Biography -- 19th century
Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:
Frank Aldridge biography
Photocopies of a history of the Aldridge family. The history begins with Frank Aldridge's great-grandfather, Joseph Aldridge, relates the involvement of the Aldrideg family in the early history of the Mormon Church, and ends shortly after Frank's retirement in 1965. Aldridge also tells of his experiences in World War I.
Ancestors of Karl G. Maeser, 1828-1901, and Anna Heneritta Therese Mieth, 1830-1896
Artemesia Draper Anderson biography
Typescript of a biography of Artemesia Draper Anderson. Anderson was born and grew up in Moroni, Utah, where she married, raised her children, and supplemented her family income through midwifery. In 1891 she became one of Utah's first licensed practical nurses.
William George Baker: family life stories
Typewritten book including genealogical worksheets and family photographs. The item is a biography of William George Baker (1835-1901) and his descendants. William Baker was a convert to the Mormon Church from England and lived in Nephi and Richfield, Utah.He has a large posterity living mostly in Utah and in other Western states. Also included are genealogies of the Baker family.
George Washington Bean diaries
Frederick Arthur Berlin letter
Typewritten and signed letter dated 11 July 1975. Berlin writes briefly about Andrew E. Berlin, his family and Mormon Church activities and his imprisonment for polygamy.
William E. Berrett papers
Biographical sketch : Ernestine Dourin Jacob Nicholes pioneer of 1853
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a typewritten biography. Ernestine Dourin was born in 1828 and married Henry Jacob. After his death, she joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1852 and migrated to Utah in 1853 where she settled in American Fork. She died in 1912.
Biographical sketch Josiah Nicholes : pioneer of 1851
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a typewritten biography. Nicholes was born in England in 1815 and joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1848. He migrated to Utah in 1851 and settled in American Fork. He was a farmer, butcher, and father of 17 children. He died in 1893.
Biographical sketch of Alice T. Steele
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a typewritten biography. Alice Chadwick was born in England in 1844, and she joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1854. She migrated to Utah in 1869 by railroad and settled in American Fork. She married George Taylor in 1870 and was "set apart" as a midwife in 1883. After the death of George, Alice married Thomas G. Steele. She died in 1917.