Latter Day Saints -- Genealogy
Found in 62 Collections and/or Records:
The folder contains 16 items of which are photocopies of handwritten genealogies and a history of the Huntley family. The materials were probably assembled by Mormon members of the Huntley or related families.
Research notes, genealogies, family histories, correspondence, biographies, and legal documents. The materials relate to the origins of the Gregg family in America and includes information on the family from that time.
Photocopy of micriofilm copies. The materials are genealogies of descendants of Elmer Wood Johnson (1854-1936).
Photocopied and typewritten histories of William Ellis Jones, Edwin Samuel Jones (1870-1938), and Hyrum Ellis Jones (1867- ). The William Ellis Jones item includes a diary by him. Also included are genealogical lists and a photocopied and typewritten history of the William Ellis Jones Family Organization.
The folder contains 14 pages; a typewritten history of the Kauer family with handwritten corrections and genealogies of the Kauer family with information on the Maxham family as well. Included in the Kauer family history are correspondences with family members. The papers are dated circa 1947-1988.
Photocopy of handwritten genealogies, biographies of family members, correspondence, and a patriarchal blessing. King compiled and wrote many of the items in the collection. The correspondence and biographies relate to the members of the King family.
Handwritten and printed lists of names and dates when temple work was done for them. The item records when persons were given Mormon rights by proxy in the Salt Lake Temple in Salt Lake City, Utah. The records were apparently kept by Matilda Wilcox, Johanna Larsson, and Arthur O. Neilson.
The folder contains photocopies of handwritten genealogy work sheets (three pages) relating to the Ludtke and related families. A descendant of the family probably joined the Mormon Church and produced these genealogies about 1970.
The folder contains six items that are photocopies of handwritten and typewritten genealogies. The materials were probably assembled around 1982 by Maxham family members in Utah that were members of the Mormon Church.