Lehi (Utah) -- History
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Contains typewritten extractions from Allred's diary, as compiled by his children, concerning his ancestry, student activities, lectures given by faculty members and Latter-day Saint Church leaders, and the founding of Lehi, Utah, 1894-1898.
Photocopies of handwritten diaries. Anderson writes about his early life in Lehi, Utah; his activities at Brigham Young Academy; his teaching experiences at Mayfield, Brigham City, and Hanksville, Utah and in Arizona; and his bee keeping business in Idaho and California.
Photocopy of a micrifilm copy of a typewritten biography. Gudmundsen writes about Emma Grace Austin. Emma Grace was born in 1827 in England. She married John Austin in 1848 and was the mother of 17 children. She joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Emma migrated to Utah in 1868 and settled in Lehi, Utah, and died in 1893.
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a typewritten biography. Rose Hannah Francis Grant was born in England in 1859. Her family joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and migrated to Utah in 1871. She married William Grant in 1875 and lived for a time in Lehi, Utah.
Printed form with handwritten notations. The item is dated 11 March 1851 and signed by Almon W. Babbitt and Brigham Young, second president of the Mormon Church. W. S. S. Willis is appointed as captain of Company B, Battalion of Infantry in Lehi, Utah.
Photocopy of a typewritten and handwritten family history. The handwritten sections are corrections to the text and photocopies of diary entries. Samuel Mulliner (1809-1891) was a convert to the Mormon Church. He was raised in Scotland, moved to Canada, and migrated to Utah in 1850. He had three wives and lived in Salt Lake City, Lehi, and Orderville, Utah.
Photocopy of a microfilmed copy of a typewritten biography. Joseph Dorton was born in 1821 in England. He joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and migrated to Utah in 1857 with the Evans' Handcart Company. He moved to Lehi and married Martha Clayton in 1858. He soon moved to Cedar Valley, Utah. He helped treat the Indian Chief, Black Hawk, when he was injured. Dorton died in 1898.
Photocopy of a microfilmed copy of a typewritten biography. Martha Clayton was born in England in 1837, and her family soon joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She migrated to Utah in 1855 and later lived in Lehi. She married Joseph Dorton in 1857 and lived with him in Cedar Valley, Utah. She died in 1923.