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Oct 4, 1994 - Unknown
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Trae Messenger
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Rob and his children Stephanie Korrin Jami Robby Lindy Lacey and Charlie
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Apr 2, 1956 - Unknown
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Stephanie Yarrington
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This is a photo of Louis R Dabbs added by Frederick Friedland on June 20, 2020.
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Sep 9, 1955 - Oct 21, 1994
Added Jun 20 by: Frederick Friedland
A photo of Demecio Vigil
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Jan 27, 1910 - April 1971
Added Feb 16, 2019 by: Helen Strickling
Helen Strickling
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A photo of John Frederick and Florence Stewart Rogers Fechser's family in 1912 - including Clyde Isaac Fechser
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Jim Sutton
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A photo of John Frederick Fechser
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Added Aug 28, 2018 by: Jim Sutton
Jim Sutton
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Boyer was only 4 when he and his mother and older sister Melba were sadly killed during a fire disaster at Iroquois Theater in Chicago, Illinois on December 30, 1903. The fire was caused by a constructed gas ceiling light that ignited on the stage curtain, the gates were locked to keep ushers from sneaking in researved seats, the exits were locked, the roof was barricated to prevent snow from caving in, -600 people lost their lives by being burned beyond recognition, asphyxiated in their balcony seats, trampled by panicked crowds, fell in an unfinished fire escape in an alley.
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Apr 18, 1899 - Dec 30, 1903
Added Mar 4, 2017 by: Alyssa McIntosh
Alyssa McIntosh
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A photo of James C Cunningham and Mary Agnes Adams with daughters Mary Melinda & Ermina. Added names at the bottom of the photo.
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Added Aug 13, 2016 by: Wilson Stevens
Wilson Stevens
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This is a photograph of Henry LeRoy Bluemel and his wife Rachel Christina Voss, taken January 1920, shortly after their marriage. Henry LeRoy Bluemel was born 08 Apr 1897 in Lyman, Uinta, Wyoming, United States was a rancher in Uinta County, Wyoming. He Died 03 May 1942 in Lyman, Uinta, Wyoming, United States. He married his childhood sweetheart on 09 Jan 1920 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States. His new wife was Rachel Christina Voss. She was born on the 15 Oct 1897 in Lyman, Uinta, Wyoming, United States, and died on 02 Jun 1986 at Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States.
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Oct 15, 1897 - Jun 2, 1986
Added Apr 14, 2016 by: Wilson Stevens
Wilson Stevens
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A photo of Wylene Fotheringham (1922 - 2009) at home in Holladay, Utah, with great granddaughter Wylie Duffin
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Oct 19, 1922 - Apr 28, 2009
Added Jun 5, 2015 by: Howard Fotheringham
This is a photo of the children of John Albert and Clara Malinda Johnson Olsen. It was taken in June 1955 the day of their fathers funeral.
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Jan 16, 2015 by: Janice Bird
Janice Bird
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A photo of Rhoda Leach (Nease) Guymon's children at her gravesite. In this photo: Melissa Jane (Guymon) Jewkes, James Alma Guymon, Peter Nease Guymon, Eliza Adora Guymon, and Arilla Medora Guymon
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Apr 2, 1830 - Dec 14, 1899
Added Jan 7, 2015 by: Laura Terry
Laura Terry
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Erasmo " Danny" Giutta Jr. (1953 - 2011) and his daughter Angie 2009
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May 10, 1953 - Mar 12, 2011
Added Sep 8, 2014 by: Angie Drake
Angie Drake
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A photo of Juliana (Čufer) Topolovec & her daughter Veronica Topolovec
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1892 - Jul 21, 1936
Julia Čufer Topolovec's wedding photo. She lists her mother's name as Maria Kustrin of St. Vinska Gora on her immigration records
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1892 - Jul 21, 1936
A photo of August and Juliana (Čufer) Topolovec on their wedding day.
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1892 - Jul 21, 1936
A family photo of August, Veronica, Juliana (Čufer) and Henry Topolovec. Not sure of the year. Guesstimating 1917. Veronica is seated between August and Julia. Henry is standing between them.
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1892 - Jul 21, 1936
Pretty smile! Alice Vera Smith was born on April 2, 1891, in Salt Lake City, Utah, her father, Hyram, was 22 and her mother, Sarah, was 20. She married her husband Edwin Nevin Austin in 1910 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She died on May 31, 1974, in Brigham City, Utah, at the age of 83.
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Apr 2, 1891 - May 31, 1974
Added Jul 24, 2014 by: Laura Terry
Laura Terry
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A photo of Mary Leona Smith Thorup. An Autobiography: I made my arrival into this world on December 11, 1892, at 6:30 P.M. At the time my parents lived on 1st Avenue and P Street. It was on a Sunday and the day my father was assigned to be the speaker at Sacrament Meeting. It was a close race with the stork that day, but I arrived in time for him to greet his new daughter and hurry to church in time to fie his speech. The April following my birth, my father left my mother and my sister Vera (who was two years old) and me to fulfill a two year mission in England. While on that mission, my father visited his relatives in Leicester, Leics. Co., and my mother’s uncle, Joseph Howarth, in Rhodes, Lanc. Co., and collected the births, marriages and deaths of those families. When I was four years and nine months old, my parents moved into their first new home. By this time there were three children, and right after we moved to our new home, my sister Venice was born. This home was on 352 Hampton Avenue and had three rooms. As the family grew, so did the house. It finally had eight rooms and an enclosed summer kitchen. This home was in the Second Ward of Salt Lake Stake, and we were a part of that ward for nearly ten years, when it was divided and we were then in the new ward which was called, Liberty Ward. My father was the first Bishop, and he chose the name for the ward. He was Bishop at the time of my marriage. I attended the Salt Lake High School, where the West High School stands today, taking a business course. I was privileged t work as the secretary to the Principal of the High School for four years prior to my marriage. They were very happy years and my life was enriched by the associations of the fine faculty members. It was not compulsory to go to High School at that time, and so many who did, went on to gain prominence in the state and community. While living in the Liberty Ward, before my marriage, I was organist for five years. I learned to love music and the beautiful anthems the choir sang. We often had soloists from other pars of the city sing in our ward and I would accompany them. Jessie Evans Smith came more than once and I remember her rich contralto voice. Axel B.G.Ohlson was director of the Swedish Choir of Salt Lake City. I would love to leave with my family this lesson: The more you work in a ward, the more you love it. I loved the liberty Ward because I was so much a part of it. I had all my social, as well as spiritual life in that ward. At the time of my marriage, the choir gave me a party and the amusement hall was full of friends who came from the ward to attend. When I was nineteen years of age, my sister, Vera Austin, invited us to go on a vacation with them. I was in July 1912. My sister and her husband and their baby, Edwin N. Austin, Jr., and myself, and a family by the name of Secrest and a young man named Alvin Theobald Thorup, went on a trip to Bear Lake. This trip can be made in a day today. As we left from Garland, Utah, at that time, we went in covered wagons and took a week for the trip. Altho Alvin Thorup and myself had lived in Salt Lake all of our lives, we met each other in Garland. One year and nine months later, we were married. We were married on April 15, 1914, in the Salt Lake Temple by Heber J. Grant who later became president of the Church. Our first home was at 1040 Lake Street. My husband purchased the home soon after he met me and rented it until our marriage. To me it was a dream house. There were five rooms and a bathroom. We lived in this house for thirteen years, all of our children being born while we lived there. Vera Luana Thorup, was born on Jun 18, 1918, Robert Smith Thorup was born on May 24, 1919, and Donald Wallace Thorup was born on July 12, 1926. In November 1918, a bad epidemic of influenza spread over the world. My husband and I were stricken with the disease. After several days of fighting the disease, my husband’s life was despaired of as the doctor said he could not live through the night. That evening, Brother Soren Jacobsen told Bishop J. Percy Goddard he felt that he had a blessing to give my husband. Unless a person was a nurse or doctor, he did not enter a house where the disease was. But, Bro. Jacobsen, and my father put on face masks and came and gave my husband a blessing, and promised him that he would live. They also came in the bedroom where I was and gave me a blessing and promised me that he would live. Although I had not slept but an hour or two at a time before this, I had complete faith that my husband would live and I slept soundly all night. Twice that night the nurse attending my husband told the next door neighbors that she could feel no pulse beat, but by morning my husband was conscious and I awoke to hear him talking. In July 1927, we left our friends and memories and moved into a new home on 1644 Harvard Avenue. Vera was 12 years old, Robert was eight, and Wally was just one. We lived in that house for seventeen years, seeing our family grown to womanhood and manhood. In 1941, war was declared and my two sons joined the Navy and both did duty in the Pacific Area. These were trying days, and we were s thankful when I was over and we were a family reunited again. In 1944 we moved again, this time to 1754 Laird Avenue. We were still in the same stake and in the same neighborhood. We lived in Bonneville Stake for twenty-seven years. I was the president of Yale Ward primary, as well as primary teacher while living in Yale ward, and Superintendent of Junior Seminary while living in Yalecrest Ward. We made many friends and had such rich spiritual experiences while living in that stake. My husband became owner and manager of Campus Boot Shop. It was necessary for him to go on many business trips and I had the pleasure of accompanying him on many of them. I have been to New York City many times. I had the wonderful experiences of attending the opening night performance of the Metropolitan Opera in New York with my son Robert. I had gone to see him receive his commission in the Navy. I attended the Worlds Fair in San Franscisco and in New York City, in 1939. I have visited many of the large cities in the United States and Canada. I have visited the Hill Cumorah and the Sacred Grove. I have visited the Kirtland Temple, Cardston Temple, Idaho Falls Temple, Manti and St. George Temples and have done work in the Salt Lake, Logan and Mesa Temples. I have six living sisters and two living brothers. Two sisters died in infancy and one brother whom I dearly loved died at age 27 years. My sisters and brothers were all married in the Temple, and we are very proud of each other. I have known and loved Pres. Heber J. Grant, Pres. Albert Smith, and Pres. David O. McKay. My husband died on July 16, 1956, My loss has been very great, as I dearly loved him. He was a wonderful husband, and father. He lived to know our fine son-in-law and two lovely daughters-in-law. He was privileged to see eight of our grandchildren. A ninth one came to us after he died. (Our 1st great grandchild was born march 30, 1964, a son, Bret Heiner Thunell.) Two years before my husband died, we moved to 1315 South Wasatch Dr. When we lived on Harvard Ave. we used to go for a ride on Wasatch Dr. where there were no houses, just a road and hills. I am now living on that road and the houses are being built far to the East in the hills. During the first seven years, I was in this house; I was in four wards and two stakes. (Due to the great growth of the area.) When I was girl, we had neither electricity or plumbing or telephone. Very few people had automobiles. I have lived to see so many wonderful inventions, even to seeing a man fly into outer space and return. I have seen our church grow from one stake to several hundred stakes. Last December, I celebrated my Seventieth Birthday. My family gave me a dinner party. What joy to look into the faces of such a wonderful family as we surrounded the table. I am so very proud of every one of them and know my husband is proud of them also. Mary Leona Smith Thorup died on December 30, 1981 at the age of 89.
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Dec 11, 1892 - December 1981
Added Jul 24, 2014 by: Laura Terry
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pretty girl! Mary Leona Smith was born on December 11, 1892, in Salt Lake City, Utah, her father, Hyram, was 24 and her mother, Sarah, was 22. She married Alvin Theobald Thorup on April 15, 1914, in her hometown. They had three children in 11 years. She died on December 30, 1981, in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 89.
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Dec 11, 1892 - December 1981
Added Jul 24, 2014 by: Laura Terry
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Studious! Alvin Theobald Thorup was born on January 8, 1888, in Salt Lake City, Utah, his father, Johannes, was 31 and his mother, Hansine, was 19. He married Mary Leona Smith on April 15, 1914, in his hometown. They had three children in 11 years. He died on July 16, 1956, in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 68.
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Jan 8, 1888 - Jul 16, 1956
Added Jul 24, 2014 by: Laura Terry
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young man! Alvin Theobald Thorup was born on January 8, 1888, in Salt Lake City, Utah, his father, Johannes, was 31 and his mother, Hansine, was 19. He married Mary Leona Smith on April 15, 1914, in his hometown. They had three children in 11 years. He died on July 16, 1956, in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 68.
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Jan 8, 1888 - Jul 16, 1956
Added Jul 24, 2014 by: Laura Terry
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so sweet! Alvin Theobald Thorup was born on January 8, 1888, in Salt Lake City, Utah, his father, Johannes, was 31 and his mother, Hansine, was 19. He married Mary Leona Smith on April 15, 1914, in his hometown. They had three children in 11 years. He died on July 16, 1956, in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 68.
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Jan 8, 1888 - Jul 16, 1956
Added Jul 24, 2014 by: Laura Terry
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little boy in dress! Alvin Theobald Thorup was born on January 8, 1888, in Salt Lake City, Utah, his father, Johannes, was 31 and his mother, Hansine, was 19. He married Mary Leona Smith on April 15, 1914, in his hometown. They had three children in 11 years. He died on July 16, 1956, in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 68.
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Jan 8, 1888 - Jul 16, 1956
Added Jul 24, 2014 by: Laura Terry
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Mother and daughter! This is a photo of Sarah Berth Rynearson Burgess with her 1st born daughter Helen Louise Burgess, sometime around 1905.
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Sep 18, 1880 - Feb 21, 1961
Added Jul 24, 2014 by: Laura Terry
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Sarah Bertha Rynearson was born on September 18, 1880, in Millcreek, Utah. She married George Henry Burgess on September 20, 1904, in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had four children during their marriage. She died on February 21, 1961, in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 80. George Henry Burgess was born on April 18, 1878, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He died on February 16, 1964, in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 85.
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Sep 18, 1880 - Feb 21, 1961
Added Jul 24, 2014 by: Laura Terry
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White hat! Levi Berg Thorup was born on February 3, 1909, in Utah, his father, Johannes, was 52 and his mother, Hansine, was 41. He married Florence Bertha Burgess on September 4, 1936, in Salt Lake, Utah. They had two children during their marriage. He died on July 14, 2001, in Paradise, California, at the age of 92.
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Feb 3, 1909 - Jul 14, 2001
Added Jul 24, 2014 by: Laura Terry
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Hansine Engeline Andrea Berg was born on January 18, 1868, in Randers, Denmark, her father, ANDREW, was 31 and her mother, Hansine, was 22. She married Johannes Theobald Charles Thorup on April 11, 1887, in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had eight children in 22 years. She died on April 6, 1922, in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 54.
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Jan 18, 1868 - Apr 6, 1922
Added Jul 17, 2014 by: Laura Terry
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Family Home! This the family home of John Oscar Hall. John Oscar Hurley Hall was born on August 24, 1851, in Iowa, to Jane Wilson and a Mr. Hurley who he was born out of wedlock to. Mr Hurley was a fugitive and the law found him, convicted him and executed him. John Oscar was adopted by Joshua Challis Hall. He married Lucy Ann Prisbrey and they had eight children together between 1880 and 1893. He then married Gladys Sedrick Alcesta Burke and they had one child together in 1906. He died on September 14, 1937, in Eagar, Arizona, at the age of 86, and was buried there.
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Aug 24, 1851 - Sep 14, 1937
Beautiful Bride! Aurelia Marie OVESON was born on April 12, 1878, in Ephraim, Utah, her father, Lars, was 25 and her mother, Louisa, was 20. She married Peter Ellis Johnson on October 12, 1900, in Manti, Utah. They had eight children in 21 years. She died on May 12, 1937, in Huntington, Utah, at the age of 59.
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Apr 12, 1878 - May 12, 1937
Added Jul 15, 2014 by: Laura Terry
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Nice Hats! Atlanta Berg was born on May 29, 1896, in Grand Junction, Colorado, her father, Carl, was 26 and her mother, Martha, was 27. She married Samuel Heinrich Zwahlen on May 8, 1918. They had five children during their marriage. She died on June 23, 1974, in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 78. Samuel Heinrich Zwahlen was born on March 11, 1891, in Ferron, Utah. He died on February 27, 1940, in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 48.
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Mar 11, 1891 - Feb 27, 1940
Added Jul 15, 2014 by: Laura Terry
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Generations of Women! When Maria Sophia Fuhrmeister and her twin sister Henrietta Fredericki were born on February 1, 1845, in Sachsen, Germany, their father, Frederick, was 24 and their mother, Christina, was 23. She married Henry James Maudsley on July 21, 1860, in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had 13 children in 26 years. She died on November 30, 1930, in St George, Utah, at the age of 85. Pictured here is Maria Sophia and her daughter Elizabeth Mary Maudsley Prisbrey, her other daughter Amanda and her grand daughter and great granddaughter.
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Feb 1, 1845 - Nov 30, 1930
Added Jul 15, 2014 by: Laura Terry
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Big Family! Miner Grant Prisbrey was born on April 24, 1805, in Willington, Connecticut, his father, William, was 33 and his mother, Elizabeth, was 31. He married Elizabeth Jewett and they had 11 children together between 1826 and 1850. He then married Mary Ann Hershey and they had 11 children together between 1861 and 1885. He died on December 23, 1895, in St George, Utah, at the impressive age of 90, and was buried there.
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Apr 24, 1805 - Dec 23, 1895
about 1940 Utah
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Added Jan 19, 2014 by: Lila Johannessen
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Helen Lee resides in Heritage home in Roy
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Added Sep 5, 2013 by: Lila Johannessen
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Lila Bernice Lee in Centerville Utah
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Added Sep 5, 2013 by: Lila Johannessen
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Taken about 1908 Salt Lake City, Utah
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Taken around 1890 in salt lake city Utah
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1853-1913, husband of Mary Dana Ballam, at about 45 years old.
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1853 - 1913
Added Feb 6, 2013 by: Lila Johannessen
Lila Johannessen
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Henson Walker Jr., Original Mormon Pioneer. Son of Henson Walker Sr. Pleasant Grove, Utah's first Mayor and spiritual leader. Born 3/13/1820 in Manchester, Ontario, New York Died 1/24/1904 in Pleasant View, Utah
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