Photos of Pioneers at Woolen Mills Marker: Amelia S. Smith, Frances Jones, Martha Patterson, Heber C. Dean. Sponsored by Greenwood Camp, Daughters of Utah Pioneers; John Ashworth, first superintendent of Woolen Mills and second Mayor of Beaver. ...
Early Relief Society Group -- Front row (left to right): Fanny Harris, Orissa Robinson, __ Lang, Betsy Briggs, Sarah M. Dell, Cedaressa C. Shepherd, Mary A.White, Harriet E. Fotheringham, Frances L. Jones, Jane Bickley, Mary A. Tolton (child),...
Photos of James E. Twitchell, early settler of Indian Creek, Frances Ellen Manhardt Twitchell, James Monroe Puffer, pioneer trail blazer, discovered Puffer Lake, Indian writings, northeast of Beaver, Old Beaver Adz, noted Indian Chief
violin. There were other musical instruments put in the choir later. In 1865, a new church was commenced and as it came near completion Bishop John R. Murdock saw the need of a larger choir, but there was no leader. He went to Salt Lake City, and...
THE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATIONS OF BEAVER STAKE The earlist available record of the Young Men's Mutual Association of Beaver is dated 1879, showing Solomon A. Wixom as superintendent, with W. H. Bakes, William Ashworth and Frank Clayton as...
Singing Mothers were organized, and the Church Welfare Work begun. They gave five years of faithful and inspiring service. Board released in 1942. Ellen Joseph, president; Cleaone Robinson and Maude Christiansen, counselors; Mayme Hoopes,...
lished a missionary fund and gathered grain for time of need. Board released in 1913.
Frances L. Jones, president ; Mary Farnsworth and Susan J. Murdock, counselors ; Jennie Tanner, secretary ; Jean Hales, treasurer. This board completed the...
When that bell would ring, one could hear school children begin singing, "There is a boarding house not far away,
Where they serve ham and eggs three times a day. Oh, hear the boarders yell, when they hear that dinner bell, Oh, how good those...
Photos of George Williams, Pine Creek settler, Dinah Frances Williams, Isaac Riddle, Pine Creek pioneer, Mary Jone Walters, blind knitter of Adamsville, David C. Adams, early Adamsville settler, Eleanor Armstrong Adams
Peterson, Peter A. Thayer, Sidney B.
Pitchforth, S. E. Turnbow, Frank
Porsch, John Vincent, Walter F.
Raplee, Gilbert Walker, Vance I.
Ryan, Cullen A. Weber, Walter E.
Ryan, Harold P. Weber, Jacob
Schow, William B. Webster, Lyall D.
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Church, Edna Panguitch, Garfield County.
Church, Kate " " "
Connell, John S Cedar City, Iron County.
Corlett, Thomas " "
Corry, John Herbert "
Corry, Moroni " " "
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Hunter, May Cedar, Iron Co.
Hunter, William Cedar, Iron Co.
Jacobson, James Pine Valley, Washington Co.
Jones, May Cedar, Iron Co.
Lambeth, Frank Cedar, Iron Co.
Lamoreaux, David Albert Paragoonah, Iron Co....
Decker, Vivian, Cedar City Utah
Decker, Ivan, Cedar City Utah
Fox, Hugh, Circleville Utah
Robinson, Martin, Paragoonah Utah
Haight, Leonard, Cedar City Utah
Haight, Christopher, Cedar City Utah...
Springdale school in part. R.T. Woodbury, Principal; Florence Gifford (Fairbanks), teacher; Left to right Back row: Whitford Gifford, Arnold Ruesch, Sarah Crawford, Susan Crawford, Ethel Gifford, John W. "Jay" Crawford, Ephraim Gifford, R.T....
William Robinson and Carnelia Gifford Crawford family. Left to right, back row: Fannie Crawford (Gifford), Sarah Curtis (Mrs. Dan) Crawford) holding Carl Crawford, Daniel Crawford holding Edna Crawford, Marilla Crawford (Ruesch), Jacob Crawford,...