Soldiers of World War I, top row: Arthur Stapley, Bill Davis, Oliver Jensen, Milt Clark, Mont Sawyer, Roy Bauer, Parry Mackelprang, ? Bayles, Loal Corry, Elias Leigh, Harve Rosenburg, Arthur Haight, Pratt Tallestrup. Bottom row: Erwin Walker, Leon...
The Third Year Class
Secomd Year Class
C. L. HUNTER
JAMES DEL VECCHIO
Belle MacF'arlane Norma Jensen
Douglas Manning Archie Swapp
I rma Webster
Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
George Christensen, Clifton Williams, Otto Baker, Melbourne Heslington, Oral Stoney, Lois Stoney, Reuben Joseph, Allan Blackner, Gertrude Yardley, Walter Joseph, Annabell Hales, George Boyter, William Heslington, Dell Kessler, Alfred Horton,...
PIONEER HONOR ROLL Coombs, Mark A. Fennemore, George H. Coombs, John Henderson, John Clayton, Frank Hawkins, Williams Davis, John M. Huntsman, James W. Davey, George Howd, Simeon Jr. Dean, John Fennemore, Samuel Dean, William Fernley, Edward Dean,...
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....
FIRST IRRIGATION IN BEAVER VALLEY
Early in May, 1856, the water for irrigating the Old Field and town plat was taken from the river at a dam east of where the Allred home had been built. It was then conducted in a good sized ditch to the N E...
surveyor, and his assistants, each block having four lots 12 by 12 rods. Parties selecting lots applied to the Probate Court of Beaver County, which, considered their rightful claims and awarded to the owner the lot and block he was entitled to,,...
In common with most Utah towns, under the teachings and practices of Brigham Young, there was a spirit of cooperation. Each community vied with its neighbor in becoming as nearly self-sustaining as the circumstances would permit....
THE SCHOOLS OF BEAVER
SCHOOL HOUSE BUILT FIRST YEAR
In writing this history of the early schools of Beaver, we have interviewed the few remaining pupils of those days; have had access to a few old letters and diaries, and some short articles...
CHAPTER THIRTEEN GREENVILLE-ITS FOUNDING AND HISTORY SETTLED IN 1860 Greenville, a small town located some five miles southwest of Beaver, was settled in 1860 by a group of people from Parowan and Cedar City. As early as 1857, however, these...
David Miller, July 26, 1880-1886. William Edwards, June 23, 1886-1887. Post office discontinued. Re-established April 24, 1888, with William Edwards again acting. Jess Barton, October 19, 1920. Following Mr. Barton were: Mrs. Hazle Barton,...
Wilson G. Nowers, county clerk; Orson Tyler, sheriff; Lamoni L. Babitt, constable; James W. Huntsman, selectman. In the absence of Simeon F. Howd and Joel W. White, John M. Davis and Ephraim Tompkinson were duly sworn to fill the offices of...
and Cyrus Davis, councilmen; Bernice M. Brooke, re-corder. Murdock Academy grounds purchased for race track.
1938-39-Wesley Farrer mayor; Levi Howd, Elton Mackerell, Arnold Low, M. J. Wary and Albert Smith, councilmen.; Sadie Patterson, recorder....
The Church organizations came into being very early. Mrs. Eliza R. Snow came to Greenville as early as 1870 and organized the Primary, and made Mrs. Robert Edwards first president. The Mutual Improvement Association was organized in 1880, with Mary...
WORLD WAR II Joseph Clyde Murdock, Alma Wayne Barton,* Norman Gerald Murdock, James Byron Blackner*, Elmer Murdock, West Barton, Ferrell Morris Scott, Ralph J. Walbeck,* Ralph Clifford Fordham, Morris Blackner, Joseph King Morris, ...
on the east bank of Dry Creek. Other members to head this Society were: second president, Mary Davis; third president, Margaret Adams. In 1893, Jane Barton was made president, with Mary Morris, and Mary A. Miller as counselors. This groupp served...