Smoot, Abraham Owen, III, 1879-1937
Abraham Owen Smoot III (1879-1937) was a grandson of Utah pioneer A. O. Smoot, and an educator and politician in Utah.
Abraham Owen Smoot III was born September 9, 1879 in Provo, Utah, to Electa Bullock Smoot and Abraham Owen Smoot II. He attended school at Brigham Young Academy (1892-1897). He served as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Southern States mission (1899-1901). On August 17, 1904 he married Phebe Jemima Campbell. They had five children. He worked as an educator, postmaster, and politician, including time as the Provo City Mayor (1933-1935). He died in Provo, Utah on July 16, 1937.
Citation:FamilySearch, via WWW, February 8, 2019 (Abraham Owen Smoot III; b. September 9, 1879 in Provo, UT; d. July 16, 1937 in Provo, Utah; five children; m. Phebe Jemima Campbell August 17, 1904; grandson of A. O. Smoot)
UPB files, February 8, 2019 (Abraham Owen Smoot; b. September 9, 1879; attended school at Brigham Young Academy 1892-1897; missionary in Southern States mission 1899-1901; m. Phebe Jemima Campbell August 17, 1904; educator, postmaster, politician, mayor of Provo City 1933-1935)
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Contains diaries and other materials related to Smoot's service in the Southern States Mission from 1899-1901. Also includes a letter from Jeannine Madsen Beck with notes about Smoot's mission. Dated 1899-1901.