Mormons -- Scotland -- History
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Angus family papers
Biography of Ebenezer Hunter
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a typed biography. Ebenezer Hunter was born in Scotland in 1831. He joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He migrated to Utah in 1863 and settled in American Fork. He married Agnes Martin, Martha Alice Parker, and Martha Hannas Booth. The biography presents the name and birth date of the children by each marriage. Ebenezer died in 1908.
Biography of John and Ann Stewart
Typewritten biography of John Stewart, a painter, and his wife, Ann Waddle Stewart. John and Ann were Scottish converts to the Mormon Church. They migrated to Utah and later settled in Provo, Utah.
Samuel Richard Brough journal
Photocopy of a handwritten journal and miscellaneous items relating to the Mormon Church in Ireland and Scotland.
William Burton journal
Bound, typewritten, carbon copy of William Burton's journal (1841-1851), which includes extracts from Joseph Wood's journal (1839-1840). The record gives a detailed account of the journey to Utah with Brigham Young and Heber C. Kimball in 1848, missionary experiences, and some family genealogy.
Herbert G. Stockman papers
Newsletters, speeches, certificates, patriarchal blessings, and correspondence. The materials relate to Stockman's mission to Scotland and England with his wife, Margaret, from 1964 to 1966.
Life sketch of my grandmother, Elizabeth Edwards Robertson
Photocopy of a typewritten biography of Elizabeth E. Robertson, illustrated with pen and ink drawings. She was a Scottish convert to the Mormon Church who died shortly after arriving in America.
Daniel S. MacFarlane journals
Three original missionary journals, photocopies of these items, and photocopies of a scriptural reference book and two death certificates. Macfarlane, a resident of Cedar City, Utah, describes his temporal and religious experiences while serving on this mission.
William Athole Macmasters diaries and autogiography
Handwritten diaries with an autobiography. There are many gaps in the diary. Macmasters writes about his life in Scotland and England, his trek to Utah in 1854, and his work in a store in Salt Lake City, Utah.