Benjamin T. Blanchard autobiography
Scope and Contents
Notebook tells of Blanchard's conversion to the Mormon Church in Connecticut in 1844 and migration to Nauvoo, Illinois. From Nauvoo he joined the Mormon migration to Utah Valley and settled in Hobble Creek, Utah County, Utah. The notebook includes references to farming in the county, relationships with the Indians, and the Utah War.
- approximately 1870
- Blanchard, Benjamin T. (Benjamin Thomas), 1838-1915 (creator, Person)
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Benjamin T. Blanchard (1838-1915) was a Mormon farmer and lumberman in Utah.
Benjamin Thomas Blanchard was born January 5, 1838 in Hartford, Connecticut to Simeon Blanchard and Eunice Squires. He joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and migrated to Utah. He married Susannah Alleman on December 26, 1856 in Springville, Utah, and they had seven children. Blanchard resided in Springville, working as a farmer and lumberman. He also served in the Church as a teacher and tithing clerk. Blanchard died on February 5, 1915 in Springville.
1 item (55 p.)(0.10 linear ft.)
Language of Materials
Donated by Phil Blanchard in 1974.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated; Phil Blanchard; 1974.
19th Century Mormon and Western Manuscripts.
Material is a photocopy.
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- 2010 June 22
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- Finding aid written in English in Latin script.