Latter Day Saints -- Genealogy
Found in 62 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten lists of names and dates when temple work was done for them. The item records when persons were given Mormon rites by proxy in an unnamed temple, probably the Manti Temple in Manti, Utah. The records were apparently kept by Soren Sorensen and Karen Sorensen.
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 Jorgen Rasmussen and Valborg R. Anderson.
Handwritten entries in books listing the names of persons for whom temple work was performed in LDS temples. One volume lists the members of 107 families of the Hamlin family. The item also includes a list of 28 Wallen (Walling) families. The other volume lists 1497 names of persons for whom temple work was performed.
Includes genealogies for both the Bullock and Howard families, discussing members of the family up until the passing of Thomas Bullock. Materials dated approximately 1830-1893.
One handwritten genealogy and eighteen Mormon patriarchal blessings for members of the Vance and Johnson families.
Photocopies of biographies, genealogies, patriarchal blessings, certificiates, and portraits. Many of the items relate to Mildred Elizabeth Allred (1898-1980), her family and ancestors. Also included are biographies of various members of the Allred family covering many aspects of early Mormon history. Most of these materials are unreliable family stories. Many of these people lived in Sanpete County, Utah.
Genealogies, biographies, correspondence, family histories, and wills. The materials relate to the history and genealogies of the Farnham, Roberts, Clark, Coray, Stevens, Andrews, Noel, Knapp, and Knowlton family.
Genealogies, patriarchal blessings, correspondence, and certificates. The materials deal with family matters both in Utah and Arizona, the association of family members with the Mormon Church, and social issues.