Spanish Fork (Utah) -- History
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains an autobiography, certificates, family history, legal documents, letters, photographs, talks and tributes. Also includes material relating to the Latter-day Saint Church Spanish Fork, Utah 1st Ward Young Ladies Mutual Improvement Association, 5th Ward Relief Society, Spanish Fork Public Library, the Icelandic Association, and Alma Archibald Andrus' journal (1909-1968).
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.
Photocopy of a carbon copy. Presented at a meeting of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers on 12 April 1945. Esmeralda Andrus McKeel (1865-1926) was born in Draper, Utah. For most of her adult life, she lived in Spanish Fork, Utah, during the winters and worked at her husband's ranch at he junction of the Spanish Fork and Diamond Fork rivers. She was active in the Mormon Church and had ten children.
Photocopy of a microfilmed copy of a typewritten biography. Persis Moore Sweat was born in 1820 in Maine. She joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, married Thomas McKee in 1841, and migrated to Utah in 1853. She lived in Spanish Fork, Utah. When she died, she had 245 descendants, including 8 children.
Typewritten autobiography. Brimhall writes about her family background, her youth in Spanish Fork, Utah, her marriage to George H. Brimhall, and gives her reflections on polygamy. As an adult, she lived in Provo, Utah.