Boyer (Family : Boyer, Edward Herbert, 1910-2002)
The Boyer family was started by Edward Herbert Boyer and Vesta Josephine Frost Boyer. They were married in 1933. They had twelve children: RaeAnn Collier, Milan Frost, Marlin Edward, Jorgen Jarrett, LeGrande, Josephine Anthony, Leeta Gilbert, Kern Phillip/Peter Koyote, Valerie Gukeisen, Seth Peter, Wanda June, and Creed H. (deceased). Prominent family members were Edward Herbert Boyer and Vesta Josephine Frost Boyer. Edward Boyer was a small business owner in Springville, Utah and was heavily involved in the community. Vesta Josephine Frost Boyer was Edward's wife, and the mother of their children.
CitationDeseret news, October 31, 2002: Edward Herbert Boyer: Obituary (married in 1933, had twelve children (names of those children), Edward Boyer was a small business owner and involved in the community) http://www.deseretnews.com/article/945829/Obituary-Edward-Herbert-Boyer.html?pg=all
Deseret news, August 15, 2007: Vesta Josephine Frost Boyer: Obituary (Vesta Josephine Frost Boyer was Edward's wife, mother of their children) http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1150621/Obituary-Vesta-Josephine-Frost-Boyer.html?pg=all
Edward Herbert Boyer and Vesta Josephine Frost Boyer family papers (prominent members are Edward Herbert and Vesta Josephine Frost Boyer, married 1933)
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — oversize: 15
Identifier: MSS 7427
Scope and Contents Contains letters, photographs, newspaper clippings, diaries, meeting minutes, postcards, newsletters, and organizational notes. The materials document Utah Mormon life in the 20th century, including Mormon missions, army life, college life, and family life of the Boyer family. Vesta Boyer's personal diaries detail the events of their family and community. The collection also contains documents related to the work of Edward and Vesta Boyer, including work with the Utah Farm Bureau. Dated 1925 to...
Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 7427 Series 4
Scope and Contents Contains photographs, newspaper clippings, postcards, and a scrapbook. These materials document family members and their travels, as well as achievements. Some of them relate to the work and community of Edward and Vesta Boyer. Dated 1967.