Latter Day Saint pioneers -- Utah
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
The first part contains genealogical records for the family of John H. Hayes, spanning the dates 1604-1958. The second part is John H Hayes' autobiography and covers his birth until the year 1924. The third part is entitled, "Bradford Lane History," which was written by John Stoker Davis, who was nephew of Hayes’ wife, Ruth Elizabeth Davis.
Carroll family histories is a collection of various narratives describing numerous generations of the Carroll family. Included within the collection are photocopies of letters and photographs. The collection dates from 1872-1976.
The Daughters of Utah Pioneers Concord Heights Camp records is made up of pioneer histories, photographs, and other papers.
The Lavon B. Jones biography of Henry Hamilton is a biography that accounts for the life of Hamilton from his birth in Scotland to his death in Utah. Henry Hamilton was an early pioneer that forged his way from Scotland to the Utah Valley.
Contains two biographical works on the Smith family. Includes pedigrees, family group sheets, maps, and photographs on ancestors, initially in England and later in Utah and Idaho. Includes detailed information on Velva Lee Stokes Smith. Materials date from between 2008 and 2013.