Old folks party, many of these people lived in the Old Fort and moved to Cedar City in 1857, they are our real pioneers. First row: Uriah Goodfellow, John Chatterly, Timothy Adams, Evan Williams, John Adams, John Fretwell, Winnie Roche, ? Root, ?...
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Louis PALMER PAUL M. ADAMS
Commissioner of Publications Assistant Business Manager
B. F. PARKER
FIRST COLONIZERS NAMED
The question of colonizing Beaver Valley, having met the approval of George A. Smith, the following named men were chosen, with the understanding that they would become permanent settlers: Simeon F. Howd, captain; Wilson G....
LIST OF STUDENTS, 1908-9.
Bentley, John W Parowan, Utah
Bentley, William O ... St. George, Utah
Betenson, Earl Circleville, Utah
Dalley, Hazel Summit, Utah
Decker, Vivian B. Cedar City, Utah
Hafen, Guy Santa Clara,...
37 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
Williamson, Edith Paragoonah, Iron County
Williamson, Frank H……………….. "
Wood, Blanche Cedar City, "
FIRST YEAR NORMALS.
Adair, Hattie Tropic, Garfield County
Barney, J. N. Panguitch, "...
39 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
Wilson, Doll Teasdale, Wayne County
Wittwer, Josephine Santa Clara, Washington County
Adams, John A Cedar City, Iron County
Barney, Josephine Panguitch, Garfield County
Bladen, John M Cedar City,...
38 SOUTHERN BRANCH
Marsden, William Parowan, Iron County
McMullin, Willard Leeds, Washington County
Parker, Laura Kanarra, Iron County
Parry, Edna Cedar City, Iron County
Perry, George Cedar City, Iron County
Perry, Jennie Cedar City,...
Thurs. Jan. 11, 1912: Ther. Warm Wea. clear Caught a coyote this morning. After looking after all my traps, I went down to the grove and helped chop cottonwoods till dinner time Friday 12: Ther. Pleasant Wea. Light C. Worked on the Zion Road from...
Sat. Jan. 13, 1912: Ther. Pleasant Wea. T. clds Went up to the Burnt-oak wash with Johny helped carry some stuff across the wash out. Uncle Free, Barney and Bro. S. Hepworth were there too. I caught a Lynx cat in the J.J. G. ditch above the ford ...
Sun. June 21, 1908: Pleasant Clear At home all day Mon. 22: Pleasant. Clear Mounting pictures. Tues. 23: Pleasant Clear Burnished a lot of photos. Walked to the P.O. and back. Wed. 24: Warm. clds Doing a little watering and hoeing. Thurs. 25:...
Sun. July 19, 1908: Hot Clear Barney and I went to Toquer and back Wm Ruesch and I are Home Missionaries today. Mon. 20 – Wed. 22: on the road getting near the east end of the work. Thurs. 23: Taking a lay-off on account of sore finger. Fri....
Springdale Sunday School Left to right, Starting in front with little girl in checkered dress. Front row: Nola Hepworth, Phillip Hepworth, Iona Ruesch, Leora Ruesch (in front of Iona), Lucille Gifford, Allen Ruesch; Second row: Jennie Dennett,...
Alma and Alice Ann Gardner Barney home, 190 East 200 South. Built in 1888. Alma Barney always carried peppermints in his pockets for all the children. Frank and Von Cooper Daly owned the house. It was later owned by Don and Carol Cooper Bunker.