Home and Family
Found in 1629 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten biographies of George Washington Bean and his children. The items were edited by Merrill D. Beal. The members of the Bean family were Mormons who lived mostly in Utah.
Journal contains entries by George Washington Bean from about 1855 to 1878 and includes a short autobiography, transaction records from his business dealings, and personal and family experiences.
The Ethel Porter Beck journals and personal history goes through the life of Ethel from 1954 to 1990. The documents are located on two floppy disks. She writes about being a faithful Latter-day Saint, her family life, and the world and local events occuring around her.
Collection includes mixed materials such as scrapbooks, correspondence, cards, oral histories, cassette tapes, notes, articles, photographs, publications, and various other items. The contents of this collection appear to be oriented primarily around the life of Amelia Madsen Beecher, however there are several references to her mother, Abigal Rees Madsen, her father, Roland Adolph Madsen, and her husband, Asa L. Beecher.
Contains papers related to the career and work, as well as family, of Albert Henry Belliston. Includes minutes of Belliston Family Organization/Foundation meetings, minutes of the Juab Flour Mill meetings, and copies of the flour mill records. Also includes an account book. Materials date from between 1907 and 1968.
Phtocopy of correspondence, financial and legal documents, genealogial materials, newspaper clippings, and drafts of research papers. The materials relate to a wide variety of topics but mostly deal with Belnap (Belknap) family matters. A patriarchal blessing is found with the collection.
The collection includes 73 items, including letters between Bingham and Sarah while she was in Kanesville and he was in St. Louis earning money for them to go West; letters between Sarah Bement and Ira and William Mudd discussing payment; and letters between members of the Bement family.