Latter Day Saints -- Biography
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Typewritten biographies and genealogy charts of Adams family members. The item is a compilation of family histories, diaries, and miscellaneous items. Sadie Clark is the author of many of the biographies. The materials include excerpts from the diary of William Adams (1822-1901).
General autobiography of Richard Britton, tells of his journey from England to Utah in the mid-1850s. Also various temple records.
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a typewritten biography. Shelley writes about William Thomas Brown. Brown was born in England in 1843 and migrated to Utah in 1852. During the journey, cholera killed both of Brown's parents. He lived in Salt Lake City, Utah, and later settled in Alpine, Utah.
Autobiography details memories of his childhood in Morgan, Utah; his love of literature; attendence at BYU; work as a truck driver; marriage; teaching at BYU; travels; church service; and political views. Includes significant information about his family. Also includes poetry composed by Marden J. Clark.