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    • JOHN VARLEY ADAMS Biography 1832 - 1919 John Varley Adams was born August 17, 1832, in Rounds, North Hamptonshire, England, the son of Thomas and Rebecca Varley Adams. He was t h e fifth son of eleven children. John was p u t to work early in life...
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    • WALTER K . GRANGER Biography 1888 - 1978 Walter Keil Granger was born October 11, 1888, in S t . George, Utah, to Walter and Annie Keil Granger. He served an L . D . S. Mission in Georgia, a f t e r which h e married Hazel Dalley, J u n e 6 , 1912....
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    • July 20, 1978.. .Resolution: Tribute to Yorke Nelson, City Recorder, who passed away July 13. Debra L. Norton, acting Recorder. Aug. 31, 1978.. .Mayor appointed Jacqueline A . Bulloch a s City Recorder. Appointed a new City Manager--John F ....
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    • positions in Iron County. Instead of two Agents, there would be one who would s p e n d his time between Cedar City and t h e Iron Mines, west of Cedar City. A motion was made by Councilwoman S t a r r to i n s t r u c t the Mayor to p u s h t h e...
    • Chapter II - Iron Mission - Page 19

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    • CHAPTER 1 1 IRON MISSION 1851 T ne lvmrmon settlers were a peculiarly close-hit, harrnonious group, working cooperatively together. In order to make for " efficiency, each one was expected to do, voluntady and with untpestioning obedience, the...
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    • respective wards. Each ward was to be organized into a quorum of Elders with E. H. Grove over them, and Henry Lunt was put in as Clerk of said quorum. Smith also advised, "be carefil not to indulge the Indians in their laziness, for they have their...
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    • readiness and to treat the Indians in a proper manner." The Indian, Chief Walker, and his band had been camping near the Fort. He was very thin and looked as if he had suffered with hunger during the winter. Some of the brethren collected about...
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    • iron to almost any amount could soon be manufactured. The machinery is of the best kind and works well and would do for a much larger fbmace than what is up. In haste, I am yours, Henry Lunt. The settlers harvested many loads of grass hay from the...
    • Chapter VIII - Adobe Home - Page 107

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    • ADOBE HOME 1853 t has been twelve months this day since 1first carne down to this place with eleven wagons for to comrnence a settlement. It was then a wild desert, but is now a fiuitful field. The work that has :en accomplished at this place for...
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    • portrait in oil colors which he did and kindly presented it to me. It was exhibited in a picture shop window for some time and was said to be worth ten pounds. Henry was "Pastor" of the Newcastle Upon Tyne, Carlisle and Durham Conferences during...
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    • portrait in oil colors which he did and kindly presented it to me. It was exhibited in a picture shop window for some time and was said to be worth ten pounds. Henry was "Pastor" of the Newcastle Upon Tyne, Carlisle and Durham Conferences during...
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    • satisfaction to Henry after the meeting about what he had said about the Church]. The Deseret Territorial Fair was taking place in Salt Lake at the time the emigration companies anived. Henry was interested in the exhibit of manufactured articles,...
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    • across the continent by solitas. horsernen carrying fifteen pounds of letters. The charge to send this mail was $5 per one-half ounce. Stations were located about twenty-four miles apart. As his day's nde, each nder was requued to span three...
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    • Colonia Juarez in the summer [late spnng] of 1889 to see just what the outlook was on makmg a new home. He found things there much to his liking. He met a number of fomer acquaintances and old fiiends who had located in the sunny climate, and he...
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    • have an i n t e ~ e w President Diaz. Brother Trejo with is a smart and interesting man. We enjoyed ourselves on the way v q much and very reluctantly parted. He is a native of Spain-joined the church some 14 years ago in Sait Lake City. He is a...
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    • this far off land of Mexico and separated from so many of our family that we so dearly love, which are separated f?om [us] by such a long distance. But, this life is short at the longest and the generation to which 1 belong wiii soon al1 be passed...

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