Mormon Church -- Missions -- South Africa
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Contains letters mainly between Clarence D. Taylor and his mother, Maria D. Taylor, while he served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in South Africa and in the military during World War II. Dated 1862-2000.
Contains pedigree charts for the ancestors of Clarence Dixon Taylor. These ancestors include the Dixons, the Taylors, and the Boardmans. Dated 1941-2005.
Contains research done by Clarence D. Taylor on his family history. The research includes documentation of his parents, his childhood, and his ancestors. It includes letters, primary sources, newspaper clippings, photographs, and other materials. Dated 1872-2004.
Contains 271 letters between Clarence D. Taylor and his mother, Maria D. Taylor, while he served as a missionary for the the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in South Africa. Includes letters between Clarence D. Taylor and his parents, letters regarding his missionary service, newspaper clippings about the Mormon baseball team, and letters about the experiences he was having as a missionary. Also includes transcripts of letters. Dated 1930-1933.
Contains three mission journals for Clarence Dixon Taylor while he served in the South African Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for the year 1933. The folder also contains a missionary record book, documenting all the meetings, ordinances, etc. that Clarence Dixon Taylor did. There are also some notes on spiritual topics. Dated 1930-1933.
Contains letters between Clarence D. Taylor and his family members. The letters document family affairs and day-to-day occurrences in the correspondents' lives. Dated 1990-2000.
Contains the personal histories of the ancestors of Clarence D. Taylor. Most of the histories were written by Taylor about his ancestors, but there are a few autobiographical sketches and biographies written by other members of the family. Also includes press photos, for inclusion in published biographies, and a DVD copy of them. Dated 1980-1997.
Handwritten diaries. Dixon writes about his missionary activities in for the Mormon experience in England and South Africa. Dixon also tells about his work in the general tithing office of the Mormon Church in Salt Lake City, Utah, and his work for the Provo Woolen Mills in Provo, Utah.