Found in 735 Collections and/or Records:
The Burton genealogy includes biographical information and sketches about James and Isabella Burton and their descendants. The Fielding family correspondence consists of photocopies of handwritten letters, most written while Joseph Fielding was serving as a missionary in England.
Materials include a typed address delivered by John M. Butler at the Centerville Second Ward on October 7, 1936. The address pertains to his personal family history, and specifically the story of Ellen Hancock Burns MacDuff, who immigrated from England to the United States and travelled to Utah with the Mormon Pioneers.
Photocopies of various materials, mostly typed. Collection consists of photographs, drawings, genealogical worksheets, maps, and a short history of the Butler family by Craig L. Foster. These items were collected by Mr. Foster from various published and non-published sources. William George Butler emigrated from Ireland to the United States and joined the Mormon Church. He later settled in Marriott, Utah.
Contains a biographical account of Van Dyk's life beginning in 1881 and continuing until approximately 1894. Also includes some genealogical information, as well as a compilation of sayings by Joseph Smith.
Contains correspondence, genealogies, diaries, family histories, and biographies of Lowell E. Call. There is also a collection of materials relating to the life of Joseph C. Call. The collection and finding aid were organized by the creator.
File contains photograph of Calvin M. Millyard and other servicemen, as well as a letter from his wife requesting it be added to his file Susanna. Dated 1944 and 2002.
Photocopies of genealogical records, including Charles O. Card's patriarchal blessing, land deeds, letters to his family, and miscellaneous items. Also included are letters to him from Mormon Church President John Taylor about Charles' work as superintendent of the construction of the Logan Tabernacle and Temple (1873-1884) and about a petition he wanted him to print (1886).