Mormon Church -- Bishops
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains research materials and manuscripts for the Unofficial Manual for Bishops' wives, which includes articles, surveys, and correspondence. The collection also includes Adams' personal journals. Materials dated 1968-2011.
Papers include journals and other autobiographical writings, appointment books, correspondence, copies of books and articles authored by him, and a videotape copy of a talk that he gave. Also includes histories and genealogical data, focusing on his Broderick and Bartholomew ancestors.
Handwritten and signed letter, dated December 5, 1873, written in Salt Lake City, Utah, and addressed to J. G. Bigler. Hunter writes concerning problems with Bigler's accounts with the general tithing store of the Mormon Church because several persons handled them.
Photocopy of a microfilmed copy of a typescript. One two-paged item is an autobiography of Jones. The other item is a two-paged biography of Jones by an unknown person at an unknown date. Jones was born on 6 September 1838 in Pittsfield, Illinois. He came to Willard, Utah, and later settled in Panaca, Nevada, and Washington and Parowan, Utah. Jones served as bishop and stake president in the Mormon Church and was prosecuted for polygamy.
Four notebooks: notes on his farm and plantings, quotes from Rolins Ancient History, Taylor family history and genealogy, and volume of 'Ropp's Business Calculator.'