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Crook, John William, 1858-1950



  • Existence: 1858 - 1950


John William Crook (1858-1950) was born in Provo, Utah in April 1858 but raised in Heber, Utah. He married Sarah Boyd and lived in Heber, Utah, working on farming and irrigation until his death in 1950. John Crook was the first historian of the Heber, Utah area.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

John William Crook diary and account book

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSS 157

Handwritten diary and account book of the Heber Canal Company written by John Crook from 1886 to 1903.

Dates: 1886-1903

John Crook and John William Crook documents, approximately 1861-1941

Identifier: MSS 158
Scope and Contents Folder of miscellaneous documents related to John Crook and his son John William Crook. Most items are related to John William Crook. Includes patriarchal blessings for John Crook, his wife Mary, given in 1861, and John William Crook and his wife Sarah, given in 1893. Also includes a loose diary by an unnamed person, possibly John William Crook, from 1878 to 1879. Also includes newspaper clippings, receipts and other financial records, letters, family history records, and other documents...
Dates: approximately 1861-1941

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Archival Record 1
Digital Record 1
Collection 1
Account books 2
City and Town Life 2
Heber City (Utah) -- History 2
Mormons -- Utah -- Heber City -- History 2
Social Life and Customs 2