Arletta Chatwin

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Born: 26 Sep 1855
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Or baptized 8 Apr 1867 - source-family group sheet in possession of Juneitta Luella Chatwin. Rebaptized 22 sep 1967. Sources of information researched and verified by David L. De Graw for the 4 generation program-Microfilm number: Born,-27323 Mar-Joseph Chatwin 7323 & 183400 Mar-Robert Thompson 4816

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Arletta Chatwin

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Santaquin City Cemetery

160-198 E 300 S
Santaquin, Utah, Utah
United States

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Arletta Carter

Contributor: Charles Created: 2 years ago Updated: 2 years ago

Or baptized 8 Apr 1867 - source-family group sheet in possession of Juneitta Luella Chatwin. Rebaptized 22 sep 1967. Sources of information researched and verified by David L. De Graw for the 4 generation program-Microfilm number: Born,-27323 Mar-Joseph Chatwin 7323 & 183400 Mar-Robert Thompson 481658 Died-26407 Father, Mother-27323 Baptized-23232 or 27232 Endowed-183407 EH or 183400 SL Records show Arletta died 9 Jun 1932 but that date is wrong according to Junietta Luella Chatwin and Mary Lizzie Chatwin, daughters of Arletta. A HISTORY OF ARLETTA CARTER CHATWIN Arletta was born Sept. 26, 1855 at Provo, Utah Co., Utah, daughter of William Furlsbury Carter and Roxena Mecham. Written by her daughters Mary (Lizzie Chatwin) Eves and (Junietta) Luella (Chatwin De Graw Barber) Lungren taken from memory. She lived in a two story adobe house in Provo, along the main highway (U.S. Highway 89) 2nd or 3rd North, which has stood all these years up until recently. The first recolection we have of her telling about the Indians coming there and shooting the pigs and chickens full of arrows then were warned to leave that night and if they hadn't do so they would all been killed too. They moved to Santaquin soon after. Mother had many scares by the Indians. One time they all had to leave their home on account of them scaring them. They used to have a watchman beat a bass drum when the Indians were coming. One night the old bass drum begin to beat and every one started scampering for a safe place. Mother and her family run through a corn field. She had a gath?ing on her toe and she stubbed in on the corn stubble and broke the gath?ing, which gave her a little relief as well as a lot of pain. Her first doll was an old rag doll with a broken face it only had one eye and part of a nose. She covered it up with a cloth so you wouldn't know it was so delipated.She always loved that doll. When mother was a young girl she had a boy friend whom she wanted to marry very much but her parents had a diffrent idea so they would never give their consent for her to marry the man of her choice so being an obedient daughter , married the pick of her parents, she was married on the 23 July 1872, to Joseph Isaac Chatwin, who was the son of William Chatwin and Ann Sampson. They were the parents of 12 children. William, Ann, Sophia, Lawrence, Serena, Eli, Mary, Arthur, Henerietta, John, Luella and Adolfus. Three of the children died in infancy, 7 have passed away at the time of this writing. Only two are left, Mary and Luella. (Mary was known as May) Mother, was a new grand Morher and wife. She done all she could to be ??? her in what ever way she was needed. She was a Counselor to Annie Burgeson in the Mutual. she took part in a lot of plays put on by the local people every one in the town called her Aunt Lot. She was good and kind to every one especially the down trodden. She loved to play games with her family. One especially which I remember is who am I. She encouraged her children to bring their friends home rather than have them running around the street at night. She and father run an ice cream parlor at one time. She went blind at the time so she broke a lot of dishes trying to work there, she would knock them off the table trying to gather them up. She ??kindness of one of her friends Roxena Hudson who went all over the town driving a horse and buggy. She collected enough money to pay for the operation, at that time they ?????an operation was out of the question, so - having their kind help, she was able to see again, after 18 years her other eye restored to sight, she could see better with that one than the other one that was operated on. Father died on the day after mother's birth day which was the 27 of Sept. 1914. She was a widow for four years then she married Robert Thompson who was a very good step father. He only lived a short time after they married so she was left a widow again. So in about two years she married Mathew Hancock of Payson. So she moved to Payson and lived there until her death. She died from a stroke on the 11th of June 1932. Was burried at Santaquin Cemetery 14th of June 1932. A PATRIARCHAL BLESSING FOR ARLETTA CARTER A Patriarchal blessing by Bro Levi W. Hancock given at Santaquin Augt. 22nd 1874 upon the head of Arletta Chatwin daughter of Roxena & William F. Carter, born at Provo City, Utah Co. U.T. Sept 26th 1855. Sister Arletta thou art one of the daughters of Zion & belong to the royal blood of the princes of Israel & because of the good feelings of thy heart I now bless thee according to the promptings of the spirit that I am in possession of with my hands laid upon your head which is according to the holy order revealed through the fathers to the children that they may look upon the same & claim the blessings that are therein that the same manifestations of that order may be made known to all generations that posterity may be benefitted & be brought to a knowledge of their Redeemer & know how to conduct themselves before all intelligences & be able to retain in their minds a remembrance of that same influence that has inspired thy heart to make a presentation of thyself before the Lord to know the will of the Lord concerning there is much that will be expected of thee in thy probation because thou art called upon to instruct both by precept & example many of the daughters of Israel how to be saved. Lift up thy heart & rejoice & fear not for the Lord intends to multiply upon thee a numerous posterity that will rise up & bless thy name as one of the mothers of Israel & will uphold thy hands in the decline of life even when thou art bowed down with old age for if thou wilt prudent of thy health & take the counsel of thy friends who will be always ready to assist thee through all thy sickness which is natural for all to endure in order to bring forth posterity then shall thy life be prolonged to the satisfaction of thy heart. These blessings dear sister I seal upon thee by the authority of the holy priesthood & consider that thy name is written in the Lambs book of life & thy mind will be touched with many serious reflections for it is necessary for thee for thy mind to be qualified for the work before thee & I seal thee up unto eternal life & against all powers that may seek to destroy thee & as for thee good things of this world thou shalt be prospered in them so that thou shall be made confortable all thy days & shalt be able to deal to thy friends both food & raiment & spread thy table with the earthly dainties of life & give great joy to many hearts & when thou hast done with this world so that thou shall need rest, death shall be sweet unto thee for the sting of death thou shalt not feel as many have to who depart from the truth & lose their faith in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. These blessings I seal upon thee. Even so Amen.

Pioneer Families of Santaquin, Utah 1851 - 1899

Contributor: Charles Created: 2 years ago Updated: 2 years ago

Pioneer Families of Santaquin CARTER John C. Carter was born 19 May 1782 at Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine. His parents were Richard Carter and Jane McKenney. He married Hannah Knight Libby on 2 March 1805 at Scarborough, Maine. She was born 9 October 1786 at Scarborough, Maine. Her parents were Zebulon Libby and Lydia Andrews. John died 13 August 1852 at Nauvoo, Illinois and buried in Lima/Rocky Run Township, Hancock, Illinois, and Hannah married Isaac Morley in 1844 at Nauvoo and came west. John C. Carter, though he died in Illinois, is therefore the common ancestor of many of the Carter families in Utah, and his son William Furlsbury Carter (Sr.) is the progenitor of all the Carter families who settled in Santaquin. Hannah died 17 November 1867 at Provo and is buried in the Provo City Cemetery. Their children were: Dominicus Carter born 21 June 1806 at Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine; married (1) Lydia Smith, (2) Sylvia Amoretta Meacham, (3) Mary Durfee, (4) Eliza Babcock, (5) Polly Miner, (6) Elizabeth Brown, (7) Frances (Fanny) Nash, (8) Caroline Elizabeth Hubbard, (9) his fourth wife's sister Sophronia Babcock; died 2 February 1884 at Provo, Utah, buried there. 1 - Almira Carter born 3 January 1808 at Scarborough, Maine, married Alvin Baron Tripp, died 18 Mar 1894 at Lima, Adams County, Illinois, buried at Fletcher Cemetery in Tioga, Hancock County, Illinois. 2 - Hannah Carter born 28 June 1809 at Scarborough, Maine; married 4 Aaron Mereon York brother to Sarah York who married her brother William and to Martha Eames York who married her brother Phillip (both below); died 18 Sepember 1894 at Provo, Utah County, Utah, buried there. 3 - William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. born 1 May 1811 at Newry, Oxford County, Maine; married (1) Sarah York, sister to Aaron Mereon York who married his sister Hannah (above) and to Martha Eames York who married his brother Phillip (below), (2) Roxena Meacham, (3) Mary Elizabeth Howard, (4) his second wife's sister Sally Ann Meacham, died 11 October 1888 at Santaquin, buried there. 4 - Phillip Libby Carter born 17 January 1813 at Newry, Maine, married Martha Eames York, sister to 4 Aaron Mereon York who married his sister Hannah (above) and to Sarah York who married his brother William (both above); died 27 July 1876. 5 - John Harrison Carter born 13 January 1815 at Newry, Maine, died 11 April 1815 (infant). 6 - John Harrison Carter, Jr. born 6 October 1816 at Newry, Maine; married (1) Elizabeth Runnells Sweat, (2) her sister Sophia Eldora Sweat; died 21 April 1896 at Provo, Utah, buried there. 7 - Elizabeth Ann Carter born 28 September 1818 at Newry, Maine, married James Chauncey Snow, died 9 March 1897 at Provo, Utah, buried there. 8 - Richard Harrison Carter born 8 August 1820 at Newry, Maine, married Hannah Parker, died 28 November 1846 at Socorro, New Mexico, buried there. 9 - Mary Jane Carter born 13 March 1823 at Newry, Maine; married (1) Aaron Cummings, (2) Robert Gillham, (3) William Forbush, (4) Jacob Dooley; died 9 March 1911 at Sultan, Snohomish County, Washington. 10 - Rufus Carter born 9 October 1825 at Newry, Maine, died 9 October 1827 (child). William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. was bora 1 May 1811 at Newry, Oxford County, Maine. His parents were John C. Carter and Hannah Knight Libby (above). Richard Harrison Carter (below) was his brother. He was a cabinetmaker, and is the common ancestor of all the Santaquin Carters. He died 11 October 1888 at Santaquin, and is buried in the Santaquin cemetery. His wives and children were: (1) Sarah York, first wife, born 25 August 1812 at Bethel, Oxford County, Maine. Her parents were Peter York and Abiah Russell. She was a sister to Aaron Mereon York who married William's sister Hannah and to Martha Eames York who married his brother Phillip (both above). She married William on 1 March 1832 at Bethel, Maine. She appears with him on the 1870 census, along with their two youngest children, Edwin and Charlotte. Their son William Aaron is shown on the census living near them with his wife, Louisa. Sarah died 8 September 1888 at Glenbar, Graham County, Arizona and is buried at Pima, Graham County, Arizona. Their children were: 1 - Peter York Carter born 5 July 1832 at Bethel, Maine, married Arminta Dicus, died 10 January 1902. 2 - Abiah Russell Carter born 21 August 1834 at Bethel, Maine; married 4 Isaac Rogers Robbins who also married her sister Hannah (below); died 25 October 1876 at Provo, Utah County, Utah, buried in the Provo City Cemetery. 3 - Lyman Wilman Carter born 6 December 1836 at Oxford, Maine, married Emma Smith Haws, died 16 February 1873 at Mona, Juab County, Utah. 4 - William Furlsbury Carter born 9 September 1838 at Far West, Caldwell County, Missouri, died there 9 April 1841 (child). 5 - Hannah Libby Carter born 25 March 1841 probably at Far West, Missouri; married Isaac Rogers Robbins who also married her sister Abiah (above); died 2 April 1930 at Provo, Utah, buried there. 6 - Martha York Carter born at 6 June 1843 at Marleysville, Adams County, Illinois, married Rodney D. Swasey, died 30 December 1878 at Mona, Juab County, Utah, buried there. 7 - Sarah Melissa Carter born 13 April 1846 at Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, married Thomas Thornton Topham, died 2 February 1872 at York, Juab County, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 8 - William Aaron Carter born 22 December 1848 at Council Bluffs, Iowa, married Mariah Louisa Boyle daughter of Henry Green Boyle, died 9 February 1928 at Glenbar, Graham County, Arizona, buried there. 9 - Edwin Levan Carter, born 5 August 1851 at Salt Lake City; married Betsy Larson daughter of Mons Larson and sister to Lehi Larson who married his sister Letitia (below); died 20 February 1918 at Glenbar, Arizona, buried there. 10 - Charlotte York Carter born 2 Jan 1856 at Provo, Utah, married Alexander Wilkins, died 24 January 1943 at Glenbar, Arizona, buried there. (2) Roxena Meacham, second wife, born 2 December 1830 at Salem, Mercer County, Pennsylvania. Her parents were Edward Meacham and Irena Currier. She married William on 13 March 1846 at Winter Quarters, Nebraska. She appears on the 1870 census with her children. Old maps show the home of "Roxey Carter" at about 150 West 100 North. She died 14 September 1918 at Santaquin and is buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - Irene Carter born 13 July 1849 at Kanesville, Pottawatamie County, Iowa; married (1) Daniel Smith Jerman, Sr., (2) William Edward Kay, (3) William Chatwin; died 18 February 1924 at Santaquin, buried there. 2 - Permelia Elvira Carter born 6 September 1851 at Salt Lake City, married William Houghton, died 21 Dec 1893 at Mona, Juab County, Utah. 3 - Edward Meacham Carter born 5 July 1853 at Provo, Utah County, Utah, married his cousin Mary Angelina York daughter of Aaron Mereon York, died 17 May 1927 at Payson, Utah County, Utah, buried there. Arietta Carter born 26 September 1855 at Provo, Utah; married (1) Joseph Isaac Chatwin, (2) Robert Henry Thompson, (3) Benjamin Orson Hancock; died 11 Jun 1932 at Payson, buried at Santaquin. 4 - William Furlsbury Carter, Jr. born 23 April 1858 at Provo, Utah, married Annie Matilda Yorgason daughter of + Peter (Pehr) Yorgason (Joransson, Sorensson), died 13 April 1918 at Spring Lake, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 5 - Marybah Roxena Carter born 11 April 1860 at Provo, married James Hyrum Clemens, died 1 August 1918 at Provo, buried at Santaquin. 6 - Sallyann Silver Carter born 7 Sepember 1862 at Provo, married David Alonzo Richmond, died 25 March 1943 at Provo, buried at Payson. 7 - Junetta Carter born 10 January 1865 at Mona, Utah, married John Henry Wall, died 1 October 1937 at Raymond, Alberta, Canada, buried there. 8 - Amasa Lyman Carter born 8 October 1868 at Santaquin, married Sarah Ann Eckersley daughter of 4 James Eckersley, died 22 February 1946 at Provo, buried at Santaquin. 9 - Amelia Carter born 19 January 1871 at Santaquin, married William Miller VanAusdal son of Julius Golden VanAusdal, died 5 October 1944 at Provo, buried at Santaquin. (3)Mary Elizabeth Howard, third wife, born 5 August 1827 at Worcester, Worcestershire, England. Her parents were Robert Howard and Letitia Freeman. She married William on 10 September 1854 at Worcester, England. She appears on the 1870 census (as "Elizabeth") with her children. She died 1 September 1903 at Santaquin and is buried there. Her children were: 1 - Robert Howard Carter born 10 September 1855 at Provo, Utah, married Amy Elizabeth Wall daughter of Fredrick John Wall, Sr., died 24 January 1941 at Santaquin. 2 - Isaac Morley Carter born 21 January 1858 at Provo, Utah, died 15 November 1936. 3 - Mary Elizabeth Carter born 9 November 1859 at Provo, died 26 November 1860 (infant). 4 - Charles Edwin Carter born 26 November 1861 at Provo, married Nettie Knowles, died 23 May 1936 at Provo. 5 - Letitia Freeman Carter born 8 Jan 1864 at Mona, Juab County, Utah; married Lehi Larson, son of Mons Larson and brother to Betsy Larson who married her brother Edwin (above); died 9 December 1918 at Safford, Graham County, Arizona, buried in Glenbar, Arizona. 6 -Simeon Carter born 20 Apr 1866 at Goshen, Utah County, Utah, married Sarah Ann Mousley, died 19 August 1943 at Salt Lake City, buried at Lehi, Utah County, Utah. 7 - Rosena Marian Carter born 10 June 1870 at Santaquin, married Leo Gustave DuBois son of Charles Louis DuBois, died 9 July 1897. (4) Sally Ann Meacham, fourth wife, born 22 December 1842 at Nashville, Lee County, Iowa. Her parents were Edward Meacham and Irena Currier. She married William 2 December 1856 at Provo. She appears on the 1870 census with her children, living next door to her sister Roxena (second wife, above). She died 15 November 1910 at Benjamin and is buried in Santaquin. Their children were: 1 - Mary Ann Arvilla Carter born 21 February 1859 at Provo, married Charles William Stewart, died 27 November 1953 at Salt Lake City, buried at Spanish Fork. 2 - John Edward Carter born 19 December 1861 at Provo, married Eliza Ann King, sister to Esther Matilda King who married his brother William (below), died 12 March 1930 at Spanish Fork, buried there. 3 - William Francis Carter born 29 Jan 1865 at Mona, Utah, married Esther Matilda King sister to Eliza Ann King who married his brother John (above), died 30 May 1935 at Provo, buried there. 4 - Sophie Irena Carter born 28 December 1867 at Santaquin, died 26 February 1868 (infant). 5 - Lewis M. Carter born 31 Jan 1869 at Santaquin, married Clarissa Gates, died 29 September 1908. Emily Ann Carter born 12 November 1872 at Santaquin, died 6 June 1873, buried at Santaquin (infant). 6 - Verenus (Dick) Carter born 27 June 1874 at Santaquin, married Randona Christophers, died 2 April 1955 at Salt Lake City, buried at Spanish Fork, Utah County, Utah. 7 - Maylon Furlsbury Carter born 10 May 1878 at Benjamin, married Nora Wood, died 5 July 1952 at Salt Lake City, buried there. 8 - Sally Matilda Carter born 1 August 1882 at Benjamin, married Robert Boyack Kinder, died 15 July 1963 at Salt Lake City, buried at Spanish Fork, Utah County, Utah. From STY: William Furlsbury Carter [Sr.] joined the church and moved in the early days of the church to Missouri, going through the early church persecutions. He was the drum major in the Nauvoo Legion. He came to Utah in 1851 and moved to Provo in 1852. He was catted on a mission for the church to India, being the first missionary to circumnavigate the globe. He married into polygamy and had four wives and 36 children. They moved to Santaquin in 1865. He was a carpenter and blacksmith by trade and made articles of furniture, including spinning wheels and musical instruments. He was a musician and was skilled in this art. He made the first grist mill in Santaquin and also threshing machine. Being skilled in steel and iron work, he made many knives and forks, also other kitchen articles. Some are still treasured by members of the family. Richard Harrison Carter was born 8 August 1820 at Newry, Oxford, Maine. His parents were John C. Carter and Hannah Knight Libby (above). William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. (above) was his brother. He married Hannah Parker on 29 November 1840 at Lima, Adams County, Illinois. She was born 24 June 1822 at Parsonfield, York County, Maine. Her parents were Samuel Parker and Mary B. Trueworthy. Richard died 28 November 1846 at Socorro, New Mexico, while serving with the Mormon Battalion, and was buried there on the banks of the Rio Grande. Hannah died 12 April 1852 at Council Bluffs, Iowa, leaving three young children as orphans. Their children were: 1 - Mary Angelina Trueworthy Carter born 23 September 1841 at Yelrome, Hancock County, Illinois; married (1) Aaron Mereon York, (2) George Bouncer Higginson, (3) Abraham Rose; died 1 August 1932 at Santaquin, buried there. 2 - Samuel Parker Carter born 5 March 1843 at Lima, Illinois, married Helena Igdrupt or Christiansen, died 18 November 1928 at Provo, Utah, buried there. 3 - Angelina Carter born and died about 1845 at Lima, Illinois (infant). 4 - Franklin Fitzfield Carter born 4 February 1847 at Stringtown, Pottawattamie County, Iowa, married Hannah Butterfield, died 5 May 1933 at Herriman, Salt Lake County, Utah. William Aaron Carter was born 22 December 1848 at Council Bluffs, Iowa. His parents were William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. and Sarah York (above). All the Carters below were his half-brothers. He married Mariah Louisa Boyle on 24 December 1869 at Salt Lake City. She was born 28 February 1852 at San Bernardino, California. Her parents were Henry Green Boyle and Keziah Donnell Holladay. William and Louisa are shown on the 1870 census, living near his parents. William died 9 February 1928 and Mariah died 29 January 1933, both at Glenbar, Graham County, Arizona, and are buried there. Their children were: 1 - Sarah Catherine Carter born 11 January 1871 at Santaquin, married George Alvin Bryce, died 17 April 1959 at El Paso, Texas, buried at Bryce, Graham County, Arizona. 2 - William Aaron Carter, Jr. born 1 January 1874 at Santaquin; married (1) Agnes Stinson, (2) Julia Ann Maretta Ballard; died 18 January 1949. 3 - Sedeanette (Dean) Carter (female) born 22 March 1876 at Santaquin, married Timothy Merrill, died 24 June 1926. 4 - Henry L. Carter born 14 Sepember 1880 at Santaquin, died 31 August 1893 (child). 5 - Mae Keziah Carter born 1 November 1881 at Santaquin; married (1) James Ellis Craig, (2) Reuben Adam Bryce; died 5 August 1968 at Safford, Arizona, buried at Pima, Arizona. 6 - Maude Leona Carter born 7 May 1887 at Glenbar, Graham County, Arizona, married George LeRoy Lockhart, died 4 June 1971 . 7 - Albert Carter (twin) born 7 April 1891 at Glenbar, Graham County, Arizona, married Edith Elizabeth Norton, died 27 February 1949 at Miami, Gila County, Arizona. 8 - Delbert Carter (twin) born 7 April 1891 at Glenbar, Graham County, Arizona, died 14 May 1892 (infant). 9 - Jess Carter born 15 July 1894 at Glenbar, Arizona, married Josephine Cluff, death date not recorded. Edward Meacham Carter was born 5 July 1853 at Provo. His parents were William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. and Roxena Meacham (above). He married his cousin Mary Angelina York on 11 Sepember 1877 at Santaquin. She was born 10 September 1860 at Provo. Her parents were Aaron Mereon York and Mary Angelina Trueworthy Carter. Old maps show the home of "Ed Carter" on the northeast corner of 200 West & Main. Mary died 14 June 1922 and Edward died 17 May 1927, both at Santaquin. Edward is buried at Payson, Mary at Santaquin. Their children were: 1 - Edward Furlsbury Carter born 10 June 1878 at Santaquin, married Annie Lake Blake, died 1 June 1942 at Provo, buried there. 2 - Mary Ann Carter born 25 January 1880 at Santaquin, died 18 July 1881 at Santaquin (infant). 3 - Austin Aaron Carter born 24 November 1881 at Santaquin; married (1) Margaret May Finch, (2) Mary Eliza Halladay; died 4 January 1953 at Provo, buried at Santaquin. 4 - Sarah Eliza Carter born 6 November 1883 at Santaquin, married Alma Theodore Madsen, died 26 December 1945 at Provo. 5 - Lavina Irene Carter born 28 October 1886 at Santaquin, married John Arthur Croff, brother to William Ellis Croff, died 26 April 1969 at Payson, buried at Provo. 6 - Zella Elizabeth Carter born 1 August 1889 at Santaquin, married William Ephraim Jarvis son of William John Jarvis, died 6 July 1972. 7 - Delbert Carlos Carter born 23 August 1891 at Santaquin, married Ethel Haskell, died 14 March 1964 at Payson, buried there. 8 - Jessie Douglas Carter born 1 November 1893 at Santaquin, died 19 November 1960 at Payson, buried there. 9 - Leslie Floyd Carter born 23 January 1894 at Santaquin, died 16 May 1952. 10 - Clyde Verinus Carter born 5 July 1897 at Santaquin, died 12 May 1969. William Furlsbury Carter, Jr. was born 23 April 1858 at Provo, Utah. His parents were William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. and Roxena Meacham. He married Annie Matilda Yorgason on 16 September 1877 at Santaquin. She was born 26 Sepember 1860 at Moroni, Utah. Her parents were Peter (Pehr) Yorgason (Joransson, Sorensson) and Elsa Pehrsson (or Butler). William died 13 December 1918 and Annie died 20 August 1936, both at Spring Lake, Utah County, Utah. Both are buried at Santaquin. Their children were: 1 - Alice Matilda Carter born 4 December 1878 at Santaquin, married her cousin Rolla Neslin York son of Aaron Mereon York, died 12 November 1959 at Santaquin, buried there. 2 - Peter Furlsbury Carter born 19 February 1881 at Santaquin; married (1) Roshanna Moffit, (2) Cynthia Belle Murchie Jones Taylor; died 26 August 1964 at Salt Lake City, buried at Santaquin. 3 - Chasta Ann Carter born 8 September 1883 at Santaquin, married Martin (Matt) Johnson son of 4 Peter Johnson, died 5 September 1954 at Santaquin, buried there. 4 - Elmira Irene Carter born 21 Dec 1885 at Santaquin, married Joseph Leonard Ahlin son of Lars A. Ahlin, died 15 August 1969 at Provo, Utah County, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 5 - Charlotta Carter born 13 August 1888 at Santaquin, married Chester LeRoy Haskell, died 2 September 1978 at Provo, buried at Payson, Utah. 6 - Samuel Sylvester Carter born 14 December 1890 at Santaquin, died 7 February 1891, buried at Santaquin (infant). 7 - Samantha Elvira Carter born 12 March 1892 at Santaquin, died 12 June 1892, buried at Santaquin (infant). 8 - William Warren Carter born 9 April 1895 at Santaquin, died 27 September 1969 at Salt Lake City. 9 - Reuben Eldridge Carter born 4 November 1897 at Santaquin, died 13 April 1977 at Spring Lake, Utah, Utah, buried at Payson, Utah County, Utah. 10 - Orsen Terry Carter born 25 April 1901 at Santaquin, married Eva Christina Larsen daughter of Andrew Christian Larsen, death date not recorded. Amasa Lyman Carter was born 8 October 1868 at Santaquin. His parents were 4 William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. and Roxena Meacham. He married Sarah Ann Eckersley on 20 November 1889 at Manti, Utah. She was born 10 May 1970 at Santaquin. Her parents were James Eckersley and Mary Fogg (or Holder). Their children were: 1 - James Amasa Carter born 16 November 1890 at Santaquin, married LaVern Ward, died 21 May 1949. 2 - Mary Olive Carter born 26 September 1892 at Santaquin, married Vern Hardy, died 19 November 1931. 3 - Larelle Carter born 6 October 1894 at Santaquin, married Earl Lamond Elliott, died 7 March 1963 at Provo, buried there. 4 - Denzil Carter born 21 August 1896 at Santaquin; married (1) Annie May Lunn, (2) Florence Gunn; death date not recorded. 5 - Milen Lyman Carter born 6 Aug 1898 in Juab County, died 22 November 1930, buried at Santaquin. 6 - Vere Lynne Carter (female) born 20 April 1901 in Juab County. 7 - Ettie Carter born 7 May 1904, died 10 June 1904 in Juab County, buried at Santaquin (infant). 8 to 10 - Three other daughters, still living, are shown in the Ancestry File. Robert Howard Carter was born 10 September 1855 at Provo, Utah. His parents were William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. and Mary Elizabeth Howard. He married Amy Elizabeth Wall on 28 March 1878. She was born 10 June 1860 at Spring City, Sanpete County, Utah. Her parents were Fredrick John Wall, Sr. and Sarah Mariah Williamson. Amy died 24 August 1921 and Robert died 24 January 1941, both at Santaquin. Their children were: 1 - Sarah Elizabeth Carter born 28 August 1879 at Santaquin; married (1) Henry Harris Weed son of 4 Joshua Weed, (2) Elijah Marshall; died 8 November 1954, buried at Santaquin. 2 - Robert Frederick Carter born 17 May 1882 at Santaquin, died 11 December 1943, buried at Santaquin. 3 - Willard Isaac Carter born 22 November 1884 at Santaquin, married Cora Matilda Haskell sister to Jonathan James Haskell who married his sister Estella Letitia (below), died 6 December 1942, buried at Santaquin. 4 - Charles William Carter born 5 April 1887 at Santaquin. 5 - Parley Howard Carter born 21 July 1889 at Santaquin, died 24 August 1891 (child). 6 - Amy Carter born and died 26 August 1891 at Santaquin (infant). 7 - Estella Letitia Carter born 28 October 1892 at Santaquin, married Jonathan James Haskell brother to Cora Matilda Haskell who married her brother Willard Isaac (above), died 18 May 1921 at Pay son, buried there. 8 - Raymond Carter born and died 19 June 1896 at Santaquin (infant). 9 - Violet May Carter born 6 August 1898 at Santaquin, died 16 May 1899 (infant). 10 - Clarence Heber Carter born 29 May 1900 at Santaquin. CHATWIN William Chatwin was born 23 June 1823 at Bury, Lancashire, England. His parents were Joseph Chatwin and Christina Gilbert. He died 15 March 1905 at Santaquin and is buried there. He married: (1) Ann Sampson, first wife, born 6 August 1825 at Sheffield, Yorkshire, England. Her parents were Isaac Sampson and Eliza Ann (maiden name unknown). She married William on 1 January 1850. She died 14 August 1851 at Council Bluffs, Iowa, probably from complications of childbirth. Their son was: 1 - Joseph Isaac Chatwin born 30 July 1851 at Council Bluffs, Iowa, married Arietta (Arletta) Carter daughter of William Furlsbury Carter, Sr., died 27 September 1914 at Santaquin, buried there. (2) Louisa Birch, second wife, born in 1823, probably in England, parents unknown. She married William on 23 Jul 1855. She died 22 May 1865 at Heber, Wasatch County, Utah. There are no children on record. (3) Caroline Little Luce, third wife, born 14 September 1831 at "North Fox Island, Veral Haven," Hancock County, Maine. Her parents were Ephraim Luce and Lydia Maria Macomber. She married William on 26 September 1865. She died 22 May 1924 at Jensen, Uintah County, .Utah, and is buried there. Their children were: 1 - Henry James Chatwin born 9 May 1866 at Heber, Wasatch County, Utah, married Mary Etta Dudley, died 27 May 1939 at Elk Springs, Moffat County, Colorado, buried at Jensen, Uintah County, Utah. 2 - Lydia Maria Chatwin born 14 February 1868 at Heber, Wasatch County, Utah, married Heber Richard Wall son of Fredrick John Wall, Sr., died 19 January 1958 at Vernal, Uintah County, Utah, buried at Jensen, Uintah County, Utah. 3 - William Ephraim Chatwin born 14 February 1871 at Charleston, Wasatch County, Utah; married (1) Clara Parthenia LeFevre, (2) Ida Mary Rappleye, (3) Viella Amelia Allred; died 1 November 1944 at Salt Lake City, buried there. (4) Irene Carter, fourth wife, born 13 July 1849 at Council Bluffs, Iowa. Her parents were William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. and Roxena Meacham. She married William on 22 October 1874 at Salt Lake City. He was her third husband, her first two being (1) Daniel Smith Jerman, Sr. by whom she had two sons, and (2) William Edward Kay, by whom she had a daughter. She died 18 February 1924 at Santaquin and is buried there. Her children by William Chatwin were: 1 - William Albert Chatwin born 3 September 1875 at Santaquin; married (1) Sarah Jane Losee, (2) Louise Jeppson McKay; died 3 July 1944 at Spanish Fork, Utah County, Utah, buried there. 2 - George Halladay Chatwin born 6 December 1877 at Santaquin, married Emma Jane Boyle daughter of William Henry Boyle, died 18 January 1956 at Spanish Fork, Utah, buried there. 3 - Sarah Roxena Chatwin born 22 March 1880 at Santaquin, married Nels Samuel Sanderson son of 4 Samuel Nels Sanderson, died 12 December 1962 at Payson, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 4 - Thomas Edward Chatwin born 27 September 1882 at Santaquin, married Laura Andreasen daughter of Ole Andreasen, died 7 August 1965 at Salt Lake City, buried at Santaquin. 5 - Elvina Irena Chatwin born 15 January 1885 at Santaquin, married John Bernard Larson son of James Larson, died 30 June 1945 at Salt Lake City, buried at Santaquin. (5) Ann Horsefield, fifth wife, born about 1827 probably in England, parents unknown. She married William on 31 August 1888. We have no further information on her. There are no children on record. From STY: William Chatwin taught school in England in 1848 and arrived in Salt Lake City in 1852. He later moved to Provo and in 1859 to Heber City, where he also taught school. In 1873 he moved to Santaquin, becoming one of the first school teachers in the Santaquin District School, where he taught for about 22 years. His pay, as was the pay of all early-day school teachers, was whatever kinds of produce the people were able to pay. He was Ward Clerk from 1876 to 1879 and again appointed Ward Clerk in 1901. He was instrumental in helping to organize the first YMMIA in Santaquin, acting as Secretary of that organization. He was Superintendent of the Sunday School for 21 years, President of Acting [School] Teachers Forum for 22 years, and acted as a sexton gratuitously for 18 years. By Thomas Edward Chatwin, son Joseph Isaac Chatwin was born 30 July 1851 at Council Bluffs, Iowa. His parents were William Chatwin and Ann Sampson (above). He married Arietta (Arletata) Carter on 23 July 1872 at Santaquin. She was born 26 September 1855 at Provo, Utah. Her parents were William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. and Roxena Meacham. Joseph died 27 September 1914 at Santaquin, and Arietta (Arletta) later married (2) Robert Henry Thompson and (3) Benjamin Orson Hancock. She died 11 June 1932 at Payson, Utah County, Utah. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - William Edward Chatwin born 14 September 1873 at Santaquin, married Margaret Melvina Jerman sister to Daniel Smith Jerman, Sr., died 28 March 1946 at Genola, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 2 - Roxena Ann Chatwin born 3 May 1875 at Santaquin; married (1) George Petersen, (2) James Charles Sorensen, (3) Ephraim Henry Tietjen son of Johann August Heinrich Tietjen, (4) Alexander August Larsen, husbands (2) and (4) being half-brothers; died 1 August 1953 at Salt Lake City, buried at Santaquin. 3 - Sophia (or Sabrina) Irene Chatwin born 5 January 1877 at Santaquin, died 20 November 1878 at Santaquin (infant). 4 - Joseph Lawrence Chatwin born 18 February 1879 at Santaquin, married Mary Herbert Davis, died 15 August 1949 at Salt Lake City, buried at Benjamin, Utah County, Utah. Arietta (Arletta) Serena Chatwin born 19 August 1881 at Santaquin; married (1) John Augustus Holladay son of Isaiah Holladay, (2) Henry Samuel Rosley; died 7 February 1944 at Payson, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 5 - Eli Hollis Chatwin born 15 August 1883 at Santaquin, married Minnie L. Thayer, died 14 September 1924 at Goshen, Utah County, Utah, buried there. 6 - Mary Lizzie Chatwin born 26 September 1885 at Santaquin, married John Franklin Eves, died 1 September 1984 at Salt Lake City, buried at Santaquin. 7 - Arthur Ray Chatwin born 12 January 1888 at Santaquin, married Hazel Aroha Andrus, died 17 December 1932 at Santaquin, buried there. 8 - Henrietta Euzella Chatwin born 5 May 1890 at Santaquin, died 31 March 1893 at Santaquin, buried there (child). 9 - John Henry Chatwin born 2 October 1892 at Santaquin, married Dora May Bannister, died 13 July 1957 at Los Angeles, California, buried at Santaquin. 10 - Junietta Luella Chatwin born 20 August 1893 at Santaquin; married (1) Joseph Alma DeGraw son of Eugene LaFayette DeGraw, (2) Samuel Barber, (3) Anders Gustaff Lundgren; died 20 February 1989 (cemetery record), buried at Santaquin. 11 - Adolphus Chatwin born 20 December 1898 at Santaquin, died 10 February 1899 at Santaquin, buried there (infant). George Halladay Chatwin was born 6 December 1877 at Santaquin. His parents were William Chatwin and Irene Carter (above). He married Emma Jane Boyle on February 1925. She was born 19 July 1878 at Santaquin. Her parents were William Henry Boyle and Mary Jane Ewell. George and Emma were later divorced and Emma married (2) Erik Ingimar Egilsson. Emma died 4 May 1951 at Lake Shore, Utah County, Utah. George died 18 January 1956 at Spanish Fork, Utah , Utah. Both are buried at Santaquin. Their children were: 1 - Arvle Guy Chatwin born 10 November 1898 at Santaqum; married (1) Beulah Bunnell, (2) Wilmette Sperry, died 19 November 1941 at Compton, Los Angeles County, California. Alden Hollis Chatwin born 4 February 1900 at Santaquin, married Delia Miller Marshall, died 7 September 1965. 2 - Wallace Wayne Chatwin born 11 October 1901 at Santaquin, died 15 November 1918. 3 - Wanda Chatwin born 4 September 1903 at Santaquin, married John W. McKay, died 24 Jun 1984 at Payson, Utah, Utah. 4 - Sylvan LaMont Chatwin born 4 August 1905 at Santaquin, died 7 April 1965. DeGraw Eugene Lafayette DeGraw was born 27 March 1838 at Conesus, Livingston County, New York. (The 1870 census shows his birthplace as "Canada.") His parents were Jacob DeGraw and Sophia Dutton. He married Rebecca Ann Matthews Holladay on 29 December 1862 at Holladay, Salt Lake, Utah. She was born 22 October 1849 at Holladay. Her parents were John Daniel Holladay, Jr. and Mahala Rebecca Ann Matthews. Eugene and Rebecca and their two sons John and Edward (below) appear on the 1870 census. Old maps show their home at about 325 South 100 West. Eugene died 22 February 1910 at Spring Lake, Utah, Utah, and Rebecca died 9 February 1937 at Payson, Utah, Utah. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - Eugene Lafayette DeGraw, Jr. born 13 April 1865 at Spring Lake, Utah, Utah, died 8 June 1865, buried at Santaquin (infant). 2 - John Daniel DeGraw born 25 December 1866 at Spring Lake, Utah, Utah; married (1) Mary Emeline Pendleton sister to Phoebe Jane Pendleton who married his brother Loren (below), (2) Alta Alvilla Haskell; died 25 December 1962 at Payson, buried there. 3 - Edward Moroni DeGraw born 29 November 1868 at Santaquin, died 4 July 1872, buried at Santaquin (child). 4 - David Franklin DeGraw born 2 January 1871 at Santaquin, died 18 December 1910, buried at Santaquin. 5 - Jacob Levi DeGrawborn 29 July 1872, died 5 October 1872, buried at Santaquin (infant). 6 - Mahala Rebecca Ann DeGraw born 28 November 1874 at Santaquin, died 28 September 1875, buried at Santaquin (infant). 7 - Adelbert Thaddeus DeGraw born 11 September 1876 at Santaquin, died 16 September 1893, buried at Santaquin. 8 - Loren Sylvester DeGraw born 25 May 1879 at Santaquin, married Phoebe Jane Pendleton sister to Mary Emeline Pendleton who married his brother John Daniel (above), died 31 August 1938 at Payson, Utah, buried there. 9 - Nellie May DeGraw born 6 September 1881 at Fort Wingate, McKinley, New Mexico, married Martin Luther Hurst, died 7 October 1914 at Eureka, Juab County, Utah, buried at Payson, Utah, Utah. 10 - Rhoda Almina DeGraw born 31 October 1883 at Spring Lake, Utah, Utah; married (1) Johannes Augustus Einar Bjarnson, (2) Frank Washburn Wickers, (3) Claude Winward; died 17 November 1955 at Payson, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 11 - Joseph Alma DeGraw born 22 October 1886 at Spring Lake, Utah, married Junetta Luella Chatwin daughter of Joseph Isaac Chatwin, died 8 January 1940 at Salt Lake City, buried at Santaquin. 12 - An unnamed male infant died at birth in 1888 at Spring Lake, Utah (infant). 13 - Vera Euella Nagie DeGraw (adopted) born 21 January 1893 at Laramie, Wyoming, married Elmer Franklin Howk died 21 September 1969. EVES John Franklin Eves was born 17 April 1881 at Weeksville, Pasquotank, North Carolina. His parents were Charles Clark Eves and Emma Caroline Davenport. He married Mary Lizzie Chatwin on 24 April 1905 at Provo, Utah, Utah. Her parents were Joseph Isaac Chatwin and Arietta (Arletta) Carter. John died 20 February 1940 at Salt Lake City, and Mary died 1 September 1984, also at Salt Lake City. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. The Ancestry File shows five children for this couple, all born after 1900. Eugene Bouncer Higginson born 26 January 1879 at Warm Springs, Utah County, Utah, married Effie Diantha Olsen daughter of Ole Harman Olsen, died 8 November 1937 at Santaquin, buried there. Frances Mary Higginson born 28 March 1884 at Santaquin, died 7 March 1885 (infant). (3) Mary Angelina Trueworthy Carter, third wife, born 23 September 1841 at Yelrome, Hancock County, Illinois. Her parents were Richard Carter and Hannah Parker . She married George on 28 June 1887. He was her second husband, her first being Aaron Mereon York by whom she had eight children. After George's death, Mary married (3) Abraham Rose. She died 1 August 1932 and is buried at Santaquin. There are no children on record for this marriage. (4) Mary Hazelwood, fourth wife, is listed in Ancestry File but no marriage date is shown. We could find no further information on her. No children are recorded. HOLLADAY Joseph H. Holladay was born 8 JulY 1816 in Richland County, South Carolina. His parents names are uncertain. If he is related to the other Holladays who settled in Santaquin, we have not been able to find the link. He married Elizabeth (Betsy) Harrison Smithson in 1843 in South Carolina. She was born 5 November 1813 in Pendleton, Anderson County, South Carolina. Her parents were Bartley (John) Smithson and Sarah Weatherford. Joseph and Betsy appear on the 1870 census of Santaquin, with their daughter Mary Eliza. Two of their married daughters, Martha and Elizabeth, with their husbands and a two-year-old listed as "Desdemona" were also living with them. (See the entry under John Dayer Spooner for more information.) Soon after that, most of the family returned to Alabama, and some later settled in Mesa, Arizona. Apparently they were only in Santaquin for a short time, but got on the 1870 census in that time. Joseph died 21 April 1885 and Betsy died 17 September 1898, both in Sulligent, Lamar County, Alabama. Their children were: 1 - Martha Susanna Holladay born 22 Mar 1845 at Sulligent, Alabama, married John Wilson McLemore, died 21 January 1917. 2 – 2 - Mary Eliza Holladay born 6 September 1846 at Sulligent, Alabama, married John Dayer Spooner, died August 1898. 3 - Margaret Ann Holladay born 22 January 1849 at Sulligent, Alabama, died 3 December 1908. 4 - Elizabeth Parlee Holladay born 27 December 1850 at Sulligent, Alabama, married Richard Holladay (relationship not verified; probably a cousin), died 5 December 1906 at Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona. John Daniel Holladay Sr. was bom 10 March 1798 in Camden District, Kershaw, South Carolina. His parents were Daniel Holladay and Keziah Terry. He married Catherine Beasley Higgins on 16 April 1822 in South Carolina. She was born 14 November 1797 in Camden District, Kershaw, South Carolina. Her parents were Benjamin Higgins and Sarah Catherine Beasley. John and Catherine appear on the 1860 census with their deceased daughter's two children. John died 31 December 1862 at Spring Creek, Utah County, Utah, and Catherine is on the 1870 census living with her grandson William Henry Boyle and his wife, Mary. She died 19 April 1877 at Santaquin. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - Susannah Flemming Holladay born 18 January 1823 in South Carolina, died young (infant). 2 - Catherine Beasley Holladay (twin) born 28 November 1824 at Mosco, Marion County, Alabama, married Larkin Braxton Akers, died 5 October 1896 at Mills Creek, San Bernardino County, California. 3 - Letisha Hollis Holladay (twin) born 28 Nov 1824 at Mosco, Marion County, Alabama, married Alien Freeman Smithson brother to Elizabeth Harrison Smithson who married Joseph H. Holladay (above), died 16 Aug 1849 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 4 - John Daniel Holladay, Jr. born 22 June 1826 at Mosco, Alabama; married (1) Mahala Rebecca Ann Matthews daughter of Joseph Lazarus Matthews and sister to Ann Horton Matthews who married his brother Thomas (below), (2) Johanna (Hanna) Blake, (3) his cousin Sarah Elizabeth Holladay daughter of Joseph Holladay; died 16 September 1909 at Santaquin, buried there. 5 - Sarah Ann Holladay born 20 April 1828 at Mosco, Alabama, married Absalom Porter Dowdle, died 1 February 1914 at Ogden, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 6 - Karen Happoch (Hapuch) Holladay born 4 May 1830 at Mosco, Alabama, married Thomas Bingham, died 18 January 1915 at Vernal, Uintah, Utah. 7 - David Hollis Holladay born 31 October 1832 at Marion, Alabama, married Henrietta Taylor sister to Norman Benjamin Taylor, died 29 January 1874 at Santaquin. 8 - Keziah Donnell Holladay born 12 October 1834 at Mosco, Alabama, married Henry Green Boyle , died 29 November 1853 at San Bernardino, California, buried there. 9 - Thomas Wiley Middleton Holladay born 2 September 1836 at Mosco, Marion County, Alabama, married Ann Horton Matthews daughter of Joseph Lazarus Matthews and sister to Mahala Ann Rebecca Matthews who married his brother John Daniel (above), died 10 December 1921 at Pima, Graham, Arizona. Lenora McCray Holladay born 7 May 1839 at Mosco, Alabama, died 8 August 1847 (child). John Daniel Holladay, Jr. was born 22 June 1826 at Mosco, Marion County, Alabama. His parents were John Daniel Holladay, Sr. and Catherine Beasley Higgins. He died 16 September 1909 at Santaquin and is buried in the Santaquin cemetery. His wives and children were: (1) Mahala Rebecca Ann Matthews, first wife, born 30 April 1833 at Neshaba, Noxubee County, Mississippi. Her parents were Joseph Lazarus Matthews and Rhoda Carroll. Her sister Ann Horton Matthews married John's brother Thomas Wiley Middleton Holladay (below). John and Mahala were married 2 November 1848 at Holladay, Salt Lake, Utah. They appear on both the 1860 and 1870 censuses. Mahala died 14 March 1916 at Santaquin and is buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - Rebecca Ann Matthews Holladay born 22 October 1849 at Holladay, Salt Lake, Utah, married Eugene Lafayette DeGraw died 9 February 1937 at Payson, buried at Santaquin. 2 - John Daniel Holladay, III born 19 December 1851 at San Bernardino, California, married Rebecca Fannie Dall daughter of Henry David Dall, Sr., died 27 July 1926 at Thatcher, Arizona. 3 - Lenora McCray Holladay born 14 March 1854 at San Bernardino, California, married Ernest Leander Taylor brother to Loren Sylvester Taylor who married her sister Rhoda (below), died 24 November 1872 at Santaquin, buried there. 4 - Rhoda Catherine Holladay born 2 June 1856 at San Bernardino, California, married Loren Sylvester Taylor son of 4 Norman Benjamin Taylor and brother to Ernest Leander Taylor who married her sister Lenora (above), died 20 April 1877. 5 - Isaiah Holladay born 2 March 1859 at Santaquin, married Mary Collard daughter of Cornelius Collard, died 27 January 1953 at Santaquin. 6 - Joseph Augustus Holladay born 4 July 1861 at Spring Lake, Utah, Utah, married Mary Abiah Carter daughter of Lyman Wilman Carter, died 13 March 1936 at Salt Lake City, buried in Santaquin. 7 - Julia Antoinette Holladay born 14 November 1863 at Spring Creek, Utah, married Charles Ludvig Olsen, died 19 May 1897 at Payson, buried at Santaquin. 8 - Lunia Agnes Holladay born 27 Apr 1866 in Santaquin, married Antrim Zeezrom Robbins, died 14 December 1953 in Provo, buried in Santaquin. 9 - David Thomas Holladay born 4 September 1868 in Santaquin, died 12 March 1873, buried at Santaquin (child). 10 - Archibald Franklin Holladay born 18 February 1871 at Santaquin, married Mary Ann Hamilton, died 23 March 1905 at Payson, Utah, buried there. 11 - Eva Nellie Holladay born 29 June 1873 at Santaquin, married Samuel Roswell Cushing, died 25 November 1939 at Santaquin. 12 - Minnie Maybell Holladay born 8 June 1876 at Santaquin, married John Edward Clark, died 19 April 1959 at Salt Lake City, buried at Santaquin. Johanna (Hanna) Blake, second wife, born 28 May 1842 at North Molton, Devonshire, England, to William Blake and Sarah Barrow. She married John on 12 October 1867 in Salt Lake City. She died 6 October 1918 at Salt Lake City, and is buried at Santaquin. She is on the 1870 census of Santaquin. Her children were: 1 - Katie Blake Holladay born 22 December 1870 at Santaquin, married James Alfred Cragun, died 20 August 1969 at Portland, Oregon, buried at Smithfield, Cache County, Utah. 2 - William Daniel Holladay born 20 October 1872 at Santaquin, died 24 January 1875, buried at Santaquin (child). 3 - Sarah Jane Holladay born 20 July 1874 at Santaquin; married (1) George Albert Petersen (Madsen), (2) David Albert Swenson son of Adam Swenson, (3) (first name unknown) Jacobsen; died 18 February 1959, buried at Logan, Cache, Utah. 4 – John Willard Holladay born 5 March 1876 at Santaquin, married (1) Bertha Lois Clark, (2) Lillian (Lilly) Zabriskie ; died 13 October 1945 at Salt Lake City. 5 – Lucy Ann Holliday born 30 June 1879 at Santaquin, married Rodney Hyrum Fryer, died 11 October 1951. 6 – Ida Florence Holladay born 9 December 1880 at Santaquin, married (1) Lofter Bjarnson, (2) Solomon Alma Peterson son of Solomon Peterson, died 4 June 1962 at Salinas, Monterey, California, buried at Filmore, California. 7 – Karen Mabel Holladay born 31 December 1882 at Santaquin, married Joseph Crompton Blackburn, died 18 July 1933 at Salt Lake City, buried at Wasatch Lawn Cemetery there. (3) Sarah Elizabeth (Lizzie) Holladay, third wife, born 17 November 1831 at Mosco, Marion County, Alabama. Her parents were Joseph Holladay and Mary (Polly) Strawbridge. She was John's cousin. They were married on 16 February 1887 at Logan, Utah, when she was 55 and he was 60. She died 12 November 1917 at Santaquin and is buried in the Santaquin Cemetery. From STY: John and Catherine Higgins Holladay, who arrived in the Salt Lake Valley July 29, 1847, were followed a year later by their son John D. [Jr.]. John D. became a colonizer, founding Holladay which is today a suburb of Salt Lake City. It was the second settlement in Utah outside of Salt Lake City. Under President Brigham Young's direction, John D. was sent to colonize San Bernardino, California. Returning to Utah in 1859, he settled at Santaquin. The rest of the family settled on land west of Spring Lake, which is still known as Holladay Fields. Engaged principally in farming, John D. was busy with other activities. He was called to lead a church train to Utah. Capt. Holladay's train of 69 wagons and 350 immigrants arrived in Salt Lake City in 1866. He left on a mission to the Southern States in 1868. He was a Captain of the Utah Militia, Deputy Sheriff of Utah County, and a Captain in the Black Hawk War. He was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention and a signer of the State Constitution. In Santaquin he served as a school trustee. He was the husband of three wives: Mahala, Hannah, and Lizzie. He was the father of 18 children. His descendants living in Santaquin [as of 1956] [were] Howard [Holladay], I. C. [Isaiah Cornelius] Holladay and Mrs. Alberta [Cushing] Ferre. David Hollis Holladay was born 31 Oct 1832 at Mosco, Marion County, Alabama. His parents were John Daniel Holladay Sr. and Catherine Beasley Higgins. He married Henrietta Taylor on 1 February 1852 at San Bernardino, California. She was born 26 September 1833 in Loraine County, Ohio. Her parents were Benjamin Franklin Taylor and Ann Mennell. She was a sister to Norman Benjamin Taylor and to Martin VanBuren Taylor who married Mary Ann Clemens daughter of William Clemens. David and Henrietta appear on the 1860 census, with their two eldest sons and David's brother Thomas Wiley Middleton Holladay and family living with them. Old maps show their home at about 45 West 200 South. David died 29 January 1874 and Henrietta died 27 September 1901, both at Santaquin. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - David Franklin Holladay born 28 October 1853 at San Bernardino, California, died 8 June 1870, buried at Santaquin. 2 - John Martin Holladay born 19 April 1857 at San Bernardino, California; married Josephine Albertine Tietjen daughter of Johann August Heinrich Tietjen and sister to Charles August Tietjen who married his sister Henrietta and to Ephraim Henry Tietjen who married his sister Elizabeth (below); died 18 December 1943 at Santaquin. 3 - Henrietta Ann Holladay born 21 October 1860 at Santaquin; married Charles August Tietjen brother to Josephine Albertine Tietjen who married her brother John Martin (above) and to Ephraim Henry Tietjen who married her sister Elizabeth (below); died 27 October 1944 at Santaquin, buried there. 4 – Elizabeth Euzella Holladay born 28 October 1864 at Santaquin; married Ephraim Henry Tietjen brother to Josephine Albertine Tietjen who married her brother John Martin and to Charles August Tietjen who married her sister Henrietta (above); died 20 January 1921 at Santaquin, buried there. 5 - Norman Sylvester Holladay born 8 August 1871 at Santaquin, married (1) Eliza Openshaw daughter of Roger William Openshaw, (2) Ada Harvey Harmon, died 11 Jan 1934 at Payson, Utah County, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 6 – Jesse Hollis Holladay born 23 May 1873 at Santaquin, married Jennie Albertina Peterson daughter of Solomon Peterson, died 11 April 1969 at Payson, buried in Santaquin. From STY: My grandfather, David H. Holladay, joined the church and came to Utah in 1847, then moved on to San Bernardino, California. My grandmother, Henrietta Taylor Holladay, came to Utah in 1850, the next year moving to San Bernardino. There they met and married and later moved back to Utah, coming to Santaquin. Here they worked hard to help build up the community. He took a big interest in public affairs, being one of the first to haul timber from the mountains for building purposes. He started the first co-op store and under his direction a large school and meetinghouse were erected. He was Bishop for nine years. He was a friend to all who knew him. Henrietta worked in the Relief Society as Treasurer and was head of the burial committee for years. They leave a large posterity of good church workers, many being called as Presidents, Bishops, Stake Presidents and Patriarchs. They were loved and respected by all who knew them. They were parents of eight children. [We found only six.] Thomas Wiley Middleton Holladay was born 2 September 1836 at Mosco, Marion County, Alabama. His parents were John Daniel Holladay, Sr. and Catherine Beasley Higgins. He married Ann Horton Matthews on 1 April 1856 at San Bernardino, California. She was born 15 December 1838 at Neshaba, Noxubee County, Mississippi. Her parents were Joseph Lazarus Matthews and Rhoda Carroll. Ann's sister Mahala married Thomas's brother John Daniel Jr. (above). Thomas and Ann appear on the 1860 census living with Thomas's brother David Hollis Holladay (above) and on the 1870 census living in their own home, shown on old maps on the southwest comer of 100 South & 100 West. Thomas died 10 December 1921 and Ann died 10 January 1923, both at Pima, Graham County, Arizona, where they are also buried. Their children were: 1 - George Thomas Holladay born 10 January 1857 at San Bernardino, California, married Alveretta Cynthia Jones, died 19 February 1924 at Salt Lake City. 2 - Joseph John Holladay born 28 May 1859 at San Bernardino, California, died 3 June 1859 (infant). 3 - Daniel Wiley Holladay born 26 April 1860 at Payson, Utah County, Utah; married (1) Mary Louisa Colvin, (2) Harriet Ann Colvin (sisters); died 17 February 1910 at Pima, Graham County, Arizona. 4 - Julia Ann Holladay born 4 January 1862 at Spring Lake, Utah County, Utah, married William Ashby Clark, died 1 August 1926 at Los Angeles, California. David Archibald Holladay born 28 December 1863 at Spring Lake, Utah, died 4 April 1865 (child). 5 - Charles Eugene Holladay born 25 March 1865 at Santaquin, married Mary Angelina Haws, died 29 August 1895 at Pima, Graham County, Arizona. 6 - Lenora McCray Holladay born 19 November 1867 at Santaquin; married (1) John Simeon Dodge, (2) his brother Joshua Thomas Dodge; died 12 July 1940 at Los Angeles, California, buried at Pima, Arizona. 7 - Henrietta Caroline Holladay born 10 May 1869 at Santaquin married John S. Waddell, died 12 April 1945 at Prescott, Arizona, buried at Pima, Arizona. 8 - Rhoda (Polly) Holladay born 16 June 1873 at Santaquin; married (1) John S. Green, (2) Alfred Rohner; died 28 October 1946 at Salem, Roanoke County, Virginia, buried at Pima, Arizona. 9 - Franklin Hollis Holladay born 16 May 1876 at Santaquin; married (1) Ina Almena Curtis, (2) Jennie Allene East ; died 7 March 1954 at Safford, Graham County, Arizona, buried at Thatcher, Graham County, Arizona. John Daniel Holladay, III was born on 19 December 1851 at San Bernardino, California. His parents were John Daniel Holladay, Jr. and Mahala Rebecca Ann Matthews (above). He married Rebecca Fannie Dall on 1 January 1870 at Santaquin. She was born 9 February 1853 at Stafford, Cambridgeshire, England. Her parents were Henry David Dall, Sr. and Rebecca Carrier. She died 27 August 1941 at Pima, Graham County, Arizona, and is buried there. John died 27 July 1926 at Thatcher, Graham County, Arizona, and is also buried in Pima. John appears on the 1860 census as a child living with his parents and on the 1870 census as a head of household. Their children were: 1 - John Henry Holladay born 22 October 1870 at Santaquin, died 31 July 1873 (child). 2 - Mahala Rebecca Ann Holladay born 19 December 1872 at Santaquin, married Jacob Henry Sollars, died 14 March 1919. 3 - Rhoda Elizabeth Holladay born 3 November 1874 at Santaquin, died 8 May 1877 (child). 4 - David Thomas Holladay born 21 May 1876 at Santaquin, married Minnie Palmer, died 28 October 1940. 5 - Inza Lenora Holladay born 17 Mar 1878 at Santaquin, married Frederick Taft Webb, died 6 October 1966 at Safford, Graham County, Arizona, buried at Pima, Arizona. 6 - William Daniel Holladay born 26 February 1880 at Santaquin, died 29 August 1881 (infant). 7-Joseph Arthur Holladay born 9 July 1881 at Eden, Graham County, Arizona; married (1) Ethel Jane Colvin sister to Henry Lester Colvin who married his sister Minnie (below), (2) Mary Louise Nikolaus Young; died 18 November 1954 at Globe, Gila County, Arizona, buried at Lakeside, Navajo County, Arizona. 8 - Christa Eve Holladay born 24 December 1883 at Pima, Graham County, Arizona, died 18 May 1890 (child). 9 - Ruth Holladay born 2 February 1886 at Pima, Arizona, died 13 March 1892 (child). 10 - Frances Holladay born 8 November 1887 at Pima, Arizona, died 14 March 1892 (child). 11 - Adelbert Holladay born 26 April 1889 at Eden, Arizona, married Iris Gertrude Curtis, died 4 July 1922 at Roosevelt Lake, Gila County, Arizona, buried at Pima, Graham County, Arizona. 12 - Archibald Holladay born 1 February 1891 at Pima, Arizona, died 28 February 1895 (child). 13 - Minnie Rula Holladay born 23 October 1892 at Curtis, Graham County, Arizona; married (1) Byron Baltimore Wyatt, (2) Henry Lester Colvin brother to Ethel Jane Colvin who married her brother Joseph (above); died 5 July 1950 at Pima, Arizona. 14 - Charles Loren Holladay born 27 January 1895 at Eden, Arizona, married Bertha Bingham, died 24 August 1945 at Fontana, San Bernardino County, California. Isaiah Holladay was born 2 March 1859 at Santaquin. His parents were John Daniel Holladay, Jr. and Mahala Rebecca Ann Matthews (above). He married Mary Collard on 26 July 1879 at Santaquin. She was bora 24 May 1861 at Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. Her parents were Cornelius Collard and Frances Peele. She died 4 December 1953, at Payson, Utah; Isaiah died 27 January 1953 at Santaquin, both buried there. Their children were: 1 - Isaiah Cornelius ("Nick") Holladay born 2 July 1880 at Santaquin; married (1) Mary Adelaide Franks, (2) Effie Christina Larsen or ; died 5 November 1975 at Salt Lake City, buried at Santaquin. 2 - John Augustus Holladay born 1 October 1882 at Santaquin, married Arietta (Arletta) Serena Chatwin daughter of Joseph Isaac Chatwin, died 25 April 1904, buried at Santaquin. 3 - William Arthur Holladay born 15 February 1884 at Spring Lake, Utah County, Utah, died 14 Apr 1885, buried at Santaquin (infant). 4 - Loren Eugene Holladay born 10 March 1886 at Spring Lake, Utah, died 1 January 1888, buried at Santaquin (child). 5 - Frances May Holladay born 11 November 1888 at Santaquin, married William Hudson son of 4 William Albert Hudson, died 11 November 1913, buried at Santaquin. 6 - Charles Howard Holladay born 7 August 1892 at Santaquin, married Maude Florence Smith, died 17 December 1981 (cemetery record), buried at Santaquin. 7 - Vern Edward Holladay born 31 December 1894 at Santaquin, married Marie Anna Gunilla Jacobson, died 19 November 1969. 8 - Lloyd Holladay born 11 January 1897 at Santaquin, married Mary McCain, died 22 June 1944 at Salt Lake City, buried at Santaquin. 9 - Cleo Lavon Holladay born 12 August 1906 in Santaquin; married (1) Roy Leon Andreason, (2) Richard Emanuel Foulk; died 6 May 1969. From STY: Isaiah Holladay's parents had just arrived in Santaquin from San Bemardino, California, which they had helped to settle, when he was born in 1859. His mother was moved from the tent in which they were living to a log house for his birth. At that time there were about 25 families in Santaquin. When Isaiah was older, his father became the owner of fields west of Spring Lake. Isaiah spent most of his working years cultivating those fields and raising cattle. He served the town in several capacities, being a member of the town board, and city peace officer. Mary Collard Holladay was one of Utah's original pioneers, having been born in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1861. Her life as a young girl contained many hardships, usual at that time. After coming to Santaquin to work, she met Isaiah Holladay and they were married in 1879. They were lifelong residents of Santaquin. Because of their long years together, they were honored on many occasions. They lived to celebrate their 74th wedding anniversary. Isaiah died at the age of 94, and Mary died ten months later at the age of 92. They were the parents of nine children. Two of their sons, I.C. [Isaiah Cornelius] and [Charles] Howard, make Santaquin their home. Joseph Augustus Holladay was born 7 July 1861 at Spring Lake, Utah County, Utah. His parents were John Daniel Holladay, Jr. and Mahala Rebecca Ann Matthews (above). He married Mary Abiah Carter on 6 November 1882 at Mona, Juab County, Utah. She was born 16 August 1864 at Mona, Utah. Her parents were Lyman Wilman Carter and Emma Smith Haws. Joseph died 13 March 1936 at Salt Lake City, and Mary died 20 October 1949 at Payson, Utah. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - Laura Rozelle Holladay born 24 May 1885 at Pima, Graham County, Arizona, married Clarence LeRoy Belcher, died 9 February 1975 at Salt Lake City, buried at Wasatch Lawn Cemetery there. Joseph Augustus Holladay, Jr. born 20 November 1886 at Provo, Utah County, Utah, died 14 January 1887 (infant). 2 - David Earl Holladay born 30 January 1889 at Santaquin, married Martha Loretta Ellsworth, died 20 Jul 1968 at Nampa, Idaho, buried at Boise, Idaho. 3 - William Holladay born and died in December 1890 at Santaquin (infant). 4 - John Lyman Holladay born 16 September 1892 at Santaquin, married Esther Pauline Olsen daughter of Charles Ludvig Olsen, died 12 Jun 1982 at Salt Lake City, buried there. 5 - Delpha May Holladay born 9 February 1894 at Santaquin, died 8 Apr 1894 (infant) 6 - Reuben Myrl Holladay born 10 July 1896 at Santaquin, died 29 May 1897 (infant). 7 - LeRoy Holladay born and died in October 1898 at Spring Lake, Utah County, Utah (infant). 8 - Leonard Holladay born and died in September 1899 at Spring Lake, Utah (infant). 9 - Josie Marie Holladay born 31 July 1901 at Spring Lake, Utah, married Charles Quayle Hunt, died 30 January 1989 at Salt Lake City, buried there. 10 - Fenton Oliver Holladay born 29 March 1903 at Spring Lake, Utah, died 18 April 1903 (infant). 11 - VerDell Holladay (male) born 31 January 1905 at Spring Lake, Utah, died 3 December 1916 (child). 12 - D. Carter Holladay born 8 October 1906 at Spring Lake, Utah, married Velma Tame, died 18 August 1991 at St. George, Washington County, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 13 - Elnora Holladay born and died in May 1911 at Spring Lake, Utah (infant). John Martin Holladay was born 19 April 1857 at San Bernardino, California. His parents were David Hollis Holladay and Henrietta Taylor (above). He married Josephine Albertine Tietjen on 23 August 1875 at Salt Lake City. She was born 5 February 1858 at Hinglestad, Skone, Sweden. Her parents were Johann August Heinrich Tietjen and Dorothea Hanna Fredericka (Ida) Krueger. She died 28 February 1937 and John died 18 December 1943, both at Santaquin. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - John Franklin Holladay born 15 July 1876 at Santaquin, married Sarah Eliza Nisonger daughter of Chester Nisonger, died 6 August 1954 at Santaquin, buried there. 2 - Josephine Belle Holladay born 25 December 1878 at Santaquin; married (1) William Robert Greenhalgh son of William Greenhalgh, (2) George E. Kirkham (cemetery record); died 20 April 1958 at Santaquin, buried there. 3 - David Henry Holladay born 2 June 1881 at Santaquin, married Elizabeth Stark, died 27 July 1936 at Santaquin, buried there. 4 - Charles Owen Holladay born 1 January 1884 at Santaquin, married Grace Liston, died 21 January 1960 at Salt Lake City. 5 - Menles T. Holladay born 1 August 1887 at Santaquin, married Geneva Delila Moore, died 8 Feb 1974 at Salt Lake City. 6 - Burt Holladay born 11 June 1891 at Santaquin, died 1 March 1893, buried at Santaquin (child). 7 - Reed Holladay bom 7 January 1898 at Santaquin, married Doris Pray, died 13 Dec 1979 at Santa Clara, California. 8 - Grant Holladay born 1 January 1902 at Santaquin, died 11 May 1913, buried at Santaquin (child). 9 - Everett Holladay born in 1904, probably at Santaquin, death date not recorded. From STY: J. M. Holladay was bom in San Bernardino, California, in 1857. He returned with his parents to Beaver [Utah] and lived there for one year, then moved to Santaquin, then known as Summit Creek. During the Black Hawk War, he stood guard on a tower that had been erected at the east end of the District School house. He married Josephine Tietjen in the Endowment House in Salt Lake City in 1875. They were the parents of nine children, eight boys and a girl. He was ordained a Bishop by Marion M. Lyman in 1895, and presided in that capacity for 24 years. The first and only LDS Church in Santaquin was erected during his administration. He was elected to the State Legislature in 1923, called on a mission to California in 1925, and was a successful farmer and builder of the community. Norman Sylvester Holladay was born 8 August 1871 at Santaquin. His parents were David Hollis Holladay and Henrietta Taylor (above). He died 11 January 1934 at Pay son, Utah County, Utah, and is buried at Santaquin. He married: (1) Eliza Openshaw, first wife, born 19 October 1869 at Santaquin. Her parents were Roger William Openshaw and Elizabeth (Betty) Ramsbottom. She married Norman on 4 February 1891 at Manti, Sanpete County, Utah. She died 25 August 1929 at Spring Lake, Utah County, Utah, and is buried at Santaquin. Their children were: 1 - Daphna Lucile Holladay born 11 April 1894 at Santaquin, married Reed Elwood Moore, died 19 May 1966 at Spanish Fork, Utah County, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 2 - Norman Cloyd Holladay born 20 May 1896 at Santaquin, married Verna Edmonds Reddish, died March 1982 at Pocatello, Bannock County, Idaho. (2) Ada Harvey Harman, second wife, born about 1875. She married Norman on 15 March 1930 at Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls County, Idaho. We have no further information on her. Jesse Hollis Holladay was born 23 May 1873 at Santaquin. His parents were David Hollis Holladay and Henrietta Taylor (above). He married Jennie Albertina Peterson on 10 October 1894 at Salt Lake City. She was born 28 January 1873 at Santaquin. Her parents were Solomon Peterson and Albertina Erickson. Jennie died 19 January 1956 at Santaquin, and Jesse died 11 April 1969, both at Payson, Utah County, Utah. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - Jesse Angus Holladay born 24 October 1895 at Santaquin, married Thora Ruth Christiansen daughter of 4Lauritz Christiansen, died 26 November 1961, buried at Santaquin. 2 - Leah Teressa Holladay (AFN:42CP-6B) born 8 Aug 1897 at Santaquin, married Melvin Arnold Openshaw son of Samuel Alma Openshaw, died 25 December 1977 at Salt Lake City, buried at Santaquin. 3 - Gladys Winona Holladay born 19 June 1902 at Santaquin, married Willis H. Gale, death date not recorded. 4 - Another daughter, still living, is listed in the Ancestral File. William Jasper Holladay was born 17 September 1840 in Lamar County, Alabama. His parents were Joseph Holladay and Mary (Polly) Strawbridge. He married Josephine Martha Holladay (blood relationship unknown; probably some degree of cousin) on 24 October 1867 in Alabama. She was born 23 November 1841 in Yalobusha, Mississippi. Her parents were William Holladay and Margaret Bowles. She died 31 August 1924 and Jasper died 18 June 1930, both at Vernal, Uintah County, Utah. They appear, with their daughter Molly, on the 1870 census. Their children were: 1 - William Thomas Holladay born 30 July 1868 in Lamar County, Alabama, died as an infant. 2 - Margaret Elizabeth (Molly) Holladay born 7 December 1869 in Lamar County, Alabama, married Teancum ("Cap") Taylor, Jr., death date not recorded. Jasper Frank Holladay born 22 Jan 1872 at Santaquin, married Sarah EInora Riley, death date not recorded. 3 - Joseph Norman Holladay born 10 February 1874 at Santaquin. 4 - Mary Ella Holladay born 25 January 1877 at Taylorsville, Salt Lake County, Utah, married George Oscar Freestone, died 26 January 1937 at Vernal, Uintah County, Utah. 5 - James Sylvester Holladay born 6 February 1881 at Spring Lake, Utah County, Utah. 6 - Harriet Maude Holladay born 13 July 1882 at Midway, Wasatch County, Utah, married William Augustus Bingham, died 21 Jan 1972. 7 - David Holladay born 12 December 1884 at Spring Lake, Utah County, Utah, death date not recorded. 8 - Jessie Hollis Holladay born 14 June 1886 at Spanish Fork, Utah County, Utah, death date not recorded. MORLEY Isaac Morley was born 11 March 1786 at Montague, Hampshire (now Franklin) County, Massachusetts. His parents were Thomas Morley and Editha Marsh. Isaac had many wives and children, but only his fourth and sixth wives (below) ever lived in Santaquin. Isaac appears on the 1860 census with his sixth wife, Ann Dayer, and her two sons from her first marriage: John Dayer Spooner and George Dayer Spooner. Isaac died 24 June 1865 at Fairview, Sanpete County, Utah, and is buried at Manti, Sanpete County, Utah. He married: (4) Hannah Knight Libby, fourth wife, born 9 October 1786 at Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine. Her parents were Zebulon Libby and Lydia Andrews. She married Isaac on 22 January 1846 at Nauvoo, Illinois. He was her second husband, her first being John C. Carter, by whom she had eleven children. She died 17 November 1867 at Provo, Utah, and is buried in the Provo City cemetery. (6) Ann Dayer, sixth wife, born in 1813 or 1814 in England (census record). Her parents were George Dayer and Rebecca Andrews. She married Isaac on 11 March 1856 at Salt Lake City. He was her second husband, her first being David Nash Spooner, by whom she had at least three children before he died in 1850. Ann's house is shown on old maps of Santaquin (as "Ann Morley") at about 245 East 100 South. After Isaac's death, she married (3) Daniel Andrews, and appears with him and her sons John and George on the 1870 census. There are no children on record for her marriage to Isaac. ROBBINS Isaac Rogers Robbins was born 24 March 1805 at Chesterfield, Burlington County, New Jersey. His parents were Antrim Robbins and Lydia Ann Rodgers. He died 4 Jan 1883 at Provo, Utah County, Utah, and is buried there. He married. (1) Mary Ann Shinn Burtis, first wife, born 1 April 1811 at Recklesstown, Burlington County, New Jersey. Her parents were Abner Burtis and Rachel Shinn. She married Isaac on 21 March 1838 at Recklesstown, New Jersey. She died 11 June 1849 at Provo, Utah County Utah, and is buried there. Their children were: 1 - Joseph Reeves Robbins born 18 October 1839 at Recklesstown, New Jersey, died 11 June 1849 (child). 2 - Wesley Burtis Robbins, Sr. born 22 February 1841 at Chesterfield, Burlington County, New Jersey, married Caroline (Karine) Larson daughter of Mons Larson, died 8 August 1898 at Santaquin, buried there. 3 - Margaret Burtis Robbins born 5 October 1843 at Chesterfield, New Jersey, married Joseph Ellison Beck, died 11 June 1923 at Spanish Fork, Utah County, Utah, buried there. 4 - Anna Pacific Robbins born and died in 1846 aboard the ship Brooklyn on the Pacific Ocean, buried at sea (infant). 5 - Isaac Rogers Robbins, Jr. born 28 February 1848 at San Francisco, California, married Celia Dudley, died 16 April 1914 at Alpine, Lincoln County, Wyoming, buried at Freedom, Caribou County, Wyoming. (2) Abiah Russell Carter, second wife, born 21 August 1834 at Bethel, Oxford County, Maine. Her parents were William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. and Sarah York. Hannah Libby Carter, third wife (below), was her sister. She married Isaac on 16 November 1851 at Salt Lake City. She died 25 October 1876 at Provo, Utah County, Utah, and is buried there. Their children were: 1 - William Carter Robbins born 1 September 1852 at Provo, Utah, married Betsy Taylor daughter of Joseph Walker Taylor, died 23 January 1931 at Santaquin, buried there. 2 - Lydia Ann Rogers Robbins born 6 May 1854 at Provo, Utah, died 16 May 1921. 3 - Antrim Zeezrom Robbins born 18 March 1856 at Provo, Utah, married Lunia Agnes Holladay daughter of John Daniel Holladay, Jr., died 20 July 1932 at Provo, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 4 - Charles Beniah Robbins born 1 February 1858 at Provo, Utah, died August 1900. 5 - Abiah Russell Robbins born 22 December 1859 at Provo, Utah, married Hyrum Beckstead, died 20 April 1911 at West Jordan, Salt Lake County, Utah, buried there. 6 - Joseph Ellison Robbins born 28 December 1861 at Provo, Utah, married Martha Stout, died December 1947. 7 - Mary Antrim Robbins born 28 December 1863 at Provo, Utah, died 20 February 1864 (infant). 8 - Hester Ann Robbins born 26 January 1865 at Provo, Utah, married Pehr Johnson, died 22 November 1933 at Provo, Utah, buried there. 9 - George Albert Robbins born 1 April 1867 at Provo, Utah, married Nellie Delia Thompson, died 5 January 1948. 10 - John Carter Robbins born 29 August 1869 Provo, Utah, married Ellen Frank, died 18 April 1957 at Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 11 - Alvin Carter Robbins born 18 January 1875 at Provo, Utah; married Arminta Jameson daughter of Hyrum Smith Jameson and sister to Emma Jane Jameson who married his nephew Wesley Burtis Robbins, Jr. and to Maretta Jameson who married his nephew John Isaac Robbins , (both below); died 27 October 1941. Hannah Libby Carter, third wife, born 25 March 1841 at Bethel, Oxford County, Maine. Her parents were William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. and Sarah York. Abiah Russell Carter, second wife (above), was her sister. She married Isaac on 25 March 1855 at Provo, Utah. She died 2 April 1930 at Provo, Utah County, Utah, and is buried in the Provo City Cemetery. Their children were: 1 - Mary Celestine Robbins born 19 August 1856 at Provo, Utah, died 27 August 1857 (infant). 2 - Sarah Drucilla Robbins born 11 Jan 1858 at Provo, Utah, married William Henry Harding), died 8 November 1923 at Aurora, Sevier County, Utah, buried there. 3 - John Rogers Robbins born and died 9 August 1859 at Provo, Utah (infant). 4 - Aaron Rogers Robbins born 3 September 1860 at Provo, Utah, married Elizabeth Swenson daughter of Adam Swenson, died 12 March 1944 at Provo. 5 - Lyman Carter Robbins born 7 May 1862 at Provo, Utah, married Hannah Crawshaw, died 25 May 1938. 6 - Hannah Libby Robbins born 8 May 1864 at Provo, Utah; married (1) John Gatherum, (2) William Hodson; died 23 September 1929. 7 - Furlsbury Carter Robbins born 13 January 1868 at Provo, Utah, died 16 February 1868 (infant). 8 - Levan Carter Robbins born 14 October 1869 at Provo, Utah, died 26 March 1870 (infant). 9 - Elizabeth Ann Robbins born 14 July 1874 at Provo, Utah, married Abraham Halliday Jones, died 18 January 1903 at Provo. 10 - Emma Carter Robbins born 7 April 1879 at Provo, Utah, died 20 October 1918. William Carter Robbins was born 1 September 1852 at Provo, Utah. His parents were Isaac Rogers Robbins and Abiah Russell Carter (above). He married Betsy Taylor on 18 December 1879 at Salt Lake City. She was born 27 January 1864 at Heber City, Wasatch County, Utah. Her parents were Joseph Walker Taylor and Betty (Betsy) Horrocks. Betsy died 6 November 1916 and William died 23 January 1931, both at Santaquin. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - William Joseph Robbins born 24 October 1880 at Santaquin; married Octava Kay daughter of John Richard Kay and widow of Roger Bolton Openshaw; died 29 June 1964, buried at Santaquin. 2 - Abiah Elmina Robbins born 23 December 1882 at Santaquin, married John Washington Matthews, died 26 June 1976, buried at Santaquin. 3 -Betsy Robbins born 6 January 1885 at Santaquin, married Rector Lawrence Lee, died 8 August 1954 at Salt Lake City, buried at Provo, Utah County, Utah. 4 - Charles Isaac Robbins born 27 April 1887 at Santaquin; married (1) Bessie Little Brown, died 23 January 1986, buried at Santaquin. 5 - James Taylor Robbins born 27 April 1889 at Santaquin, died 15 November 1892 (child). 6 - John Wesley Robbins born 20 April 1891 at Santaquin, died 18 January 1895 (child). 7 - Hyrum Walker Robbins born 26 April 1893 at Santaquin; married (1) Deyce Belle Moulton, (2) Lucy Moulton (evidently not sisters); died 4 December 1975 at Ogden, Weber County, Utah. 8 - Thomas Burtis Robbins born 22 February 1895 at Santaquin, married Vera LeBaron daughter of 4George Washington LeBaron, Sr., died 2 December 1919, buried at Santaquin. 9 - Martha Ann Robbins born about 1897 at Santaquin, death date not recorded. Antrim Zeezrom Robbins was born 18 Mar 1856 at Provo, Utah. His parents were Isaac Rogers Robbins and Abiah Russell Carter (above). He married Lunia Agnes Holladay on 7 June 1881 at Salt Lake City. She was born 27 April 1866 at Santaquin. Her parents were John Daniel Holladay, Jr. and Mahala Rebecca Ann Matthews. Antrim died 20 July 1932, and Lunia died 14 December 1953, both at Provo. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - Abiah Russell Robbins born 9 October 1883 at Santaquin, married Albert Ray Hudson son of William Albert Hudson, died 6 June 1917 at Santaquin, buried there. 2 - Antrim Zeezrom Robbins, Jr. born 7 September 1885 at Santaquin, married Zelpha Celesta Openshaw daughter of Roger William Openshaw, died 9 December 1976 at Payson, Utah County, Utah. 3 – Joseph Sylvester Robbins born 6 September 1887 at Santaquin, married Myrtle Irene Bunnell, died 26 October 1956. 4 – Archie Franklin Robbins born 2 December 1889 at Provo, married Roxie Rebecca Rodebach, died 14 March 1975. 5 – Ruth Agnes Robbins born 28 May 1893 at Santaquin, died March 1901, buried at Santaquin (child). 6 – Ruth Pearl Robbins born 14 May 1897 at Santaquin, married Arthur Blain, died 19 April 1976 at Payson, Utah, buried there. 7 – Muriel Grace Robbins born 11 August 1901 at Santaquin, married John Louis Fischer, died 7 February 1942. 8 – Ada Robbins born 25 April 1906 at Santaquin, died 13 July 1917 (child). SANDERSON Samuel Nels Sanderson was born 16 April 1846 at Brevik, Telemark, Norway. His parents were Lars Sanderson and Bertha Catrina Torgersen. He married Annie Marie Borkersson on 16 April 1872 at Santaquin. She was born 27 July 1855 at Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden. Her parents were Nils Borkersson and Annie Gustafsson (or Holm). Old maps show their home on the northwest corner of 100 North & 100 East. Samuel died 14 September 1921 and Annie died 9 November 1922, both at Caldwell, Canyon County, Idaho. Samuel is buried there; Annie is buried in Santaquin. Their children were: 1 - Annie Catrina Sanderson born 22 February 1873 at Santaquin, married Nels B. Nelson, died 11 September 1952. 2 - Nels Samuel Sanderson born 10 March 1875 at Santaquin, married Sarah Roxena Chatwin daughter of William Chatwin, died 11 December 1946 at Bingham Canyon, Salt Lake County, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 3 - David Alexander Sanderson born 24 May 1877 at Santaquin, married Mary Elizabeth Heizer, died 1 July 1931 at Vallejo, Solano County, California, buried at Caldwell, Canyon County, Idaho. Gustaf Theodor Sanderson born 16 February 1879 at Santaquin, married Martha Martion (or Marstron), died 17 July 1940 at Sacramento, California, buried there. 4 - John Dorius Sanderson born 23 February 1881 at Santaquin, married Ellen (Nellie) Louney, died 2 Jan 1925 at Eureka, Juab County, Utah, buried there. 5 - Charles Oliver Sanderson born 12 May 1883 at Santaquin, married Adelia Elizabeth Rogers, died 25 June 1954 at LaGrande, Union County, Oregon, buried there. 6 - Matilda Johanna Sanderson born 31 January 1885 at Santaquin; married (1) Edgar Willis Houghton, (2) Roy Levie Kemper; died 17 April 1956 at Castro Valley, Alameda County, California, buried at Hayward, Alameda County, California. 7 - Andrew Marion Sanderson born 2 November 1887 at Santaquin, married Alvenia Okey, died 8 January 1953. 8 - An unnamed daughter born and died in 1888 at Santaquin (infant). 9 - Chester LeRoy Sanderson born 16 June 1890 at Santaquin, married Mamie May Davey, died 24 May 1962. 10 - Myrtle Geneva Sanderson born 30 September 1892 at Santaquin; married (1) George Henry Patterson, (2) George C. Pazeotopoulos, (3) Mathias Martin Kahn; died 14 June 1975 at Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, buried at Gresham, Multnomah County, Oregon. 11 - Albion Caperis Sanderson born 22 Nov 1894 at Santaquin, married Elgie Steele, died 23 May 1921. SMITH Thomas Smith was born 9 February 1855 at Fillmore, Millard County, Utah. His parents were Thomas Washington Smith and Sarah Ann (Sally) Boren. He married his cousin Eliza Jane Smith on 2 November 1881. She was born 16 April 1855 at Provo, Utah County, Utah. Her parents were 4 William Willard Smith and Eliza Mathis. Eliza died 27 November 1929. Thomas died 8 December 1936 at Cedar City, Iron County, Utah, buried at Santaquin. Their son was: Thomas William Smith born 7 February 1879 at Pahreah, Kane County, Utah, married Sarah Gledhill daughter of Jonathan Gledhill, died 14 April 1965 at Green River, Emery County, Utah, buried in the Elgin Cemetery, Grand County, Utah. SORENSEN James Charles Sorensen was born 20 August 1865 at Ephraim, Sanpete County, Utah. His parents were Jens Sorensen and Sofia (Annie) Johanson. He died 3 May 1929 at Salt Lake City and is buried in the Santaquin cemetery. He married: (1) Sophia Andersen, first wife, born about 1869, place unknown, parents unknown. We found no more information on her. (2) Roxena Ann Chatwin, second wife, born 3 May 1875 at Santaquin. Her parents were Joseph Isaac Chatwin and Arietta Carter. She married James on 28 March 1911. He was her second husband, her first being George Petersen. She later married (3) Ephraim Henry Tietjen son of Johann August Heinrich Tietjen and (4) her first husband's half-brother Alexander August Larsen. She died 1 August 1953 at Salt Lake City and is buried at Santaquin. There are no children on record for this couple. SULLIVAN Archibald Sullivan was born 20 October 1819 at Cumberland County, North Carolina. His parents were John Sullivan and Mary Calhoun. He married Julia Antoinette Matthews on 6 November 1850 at Salt Lake City. She was born 18 September 1836 in Noxubee County, Mississippi. Her parents were Joseph Lazarus Matthews and Rhoda Carroll. Archibald and Julia appear on the 1860 census with their sons Joseph, George, and William. Archibald died 7 June 1898 and Julia died 5 January 1913, both at St. George, Washington County, Utah, and are buried there. Their children were: 1 - Joseph John Sullivan born 2 May 1853 at San Bernardino, California; married Mary Ann Worthen sister to Charles Richard Worthen who married his sister Mary Ann (below); died 27 March 1936 at St. George, Washington County, Utah, buried there. 2 - Archibald Sullivan, Jr. born 2 February 1855 at San Bernardino, California, died 10 February 1856 (infant). 3 - George Angus Sullivan born 8 December 1856 at San Bernardino, California, married Sarah Ann Empey, died 28 December 1878. 4 - William Duncan Sullivan born 4 June 1859 at Santaquin, married Mary Ann McMullin, died 30 October 1945 at Hurricane, Washington County, Utah, buried at Leeds, Washington County, Utah. 5 – Annie Jane Stickney (twin) born 26 July 1894 at Teasdale, Wayne County, Utah, married Orin Hollis Johnson son of Victor (Nicholas) Johnson and brother to Henning Victor Johnson who married her twin sister Leatha (above); death date not recorded. 6 – Leona Lucebia Stickney born 26 November 1896 at Santaquin, married Otto Carlisle Fotheringham, died 22 February 1942 at Lehi, Utah County, Utan, buried at Santaquin. 7 – Nellie Mary Stickney born 1 October 1898 at Santaquin, married Rulon Finch, died 1 January 1988 at Goshen, Utah County, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 8 – Edna Victoria Stickney born 26 May 1900 at Santaquin, married Blanchard Merrin Greenhalgh son of William Ezekiel Greenhalgh, died 27 February 1991at Payson, Utah County, Utah. 9-Albert Clark Stickney born 27 May 1902 at Santaquin, died 11 February 1978 10 – Julius Taylor Stickney born 21 July 1904 at Santaquin, mrried Hettie Nellette Peck, died 1 May 1967 at Salt Lake City, buried at Santaquin. 11 – Sadie Francis Stickney born 19 December 1907 at Santaquin, died 14 July 1928. 12 – Edith Rowena Stickney born 14 July 1910 at Santaquin, died 25 October 1913 (child) Norman Benjamin Taylor was born 15 September 1828 at Grafton, Lorain County, Ohio. His parents were Benjamin Franklin Taylor and Ann Mennell. He is a brother to Henrietta Taylor who married David Hollis Holladay, and to Martin VanBuren Taylor who married Mary Ann Clemens daughter of William Clemens. Norman appears on both the 1860 and 1870 censuses with a large family, including several wives and dozens of children. He owned a large farm and on the 1860 census had a live-in farmhand, George Ward, age 32. Norman was a wheelwright and apparently a skilled colonizer, as he was called by Brigham Young to settle other communities besides Santaquin, including San Bernardino, California, and Moab, Utah. He died 25 November 1899 at Salt Lake City and is buried at Moab, Grand County, Utah. He married: (1) Lurana Forbush, first wife, born 7 March 1826 at Underbill, Chittendon County, Vermont. Her parents were Rufus (Richard) Forbush and Susanna (Polly) Clark. Lydia, second wife (below), was her sister. She married Norman on 2 April 1848 at Council Bluffs, Iowa. She appears on both the 1860 and 1870 censuses of Santaquin, with Norman and her children. She died 18 March 1884 at Moab, Grand County, Utah, and is buried there. Their children were: 1 - Norman Lester Taylor born 1 September 1849 at Council Bluffs, Iowa, married Lydia Ann Colvin, died 13 September 1903 at Salt Lake City, buried at Moab, Grand County, Utah. 2 - Loren Sylvester Taylor born 13 December 1851 at San Bernardino, California, married Rhoda Catherine Holladay daughter of John Daniel Holladay, Jr., died 21 November 1902. 3 - Arthur Alonzo Taylor born 27 August 1854 at San Bernardino, California, married Sena Nelsina Jensen, died 10 July 1938. 4 - Rufus Benjamin Taylor born 24 March 1857 at San Bernardino, California, died 4 July 1880. 5 - Polly Henrietta Ann Taylor born 13 December 1859 at Santaquin, married Frank Gaines, died 7 July 1922. 6 - Andrew Augustus Taylor (twin) born 4 July 1863 at Santaquin, married Margaret Delia Empey, died 15 May 1944 at Salt Lake City, buried at Moab, Utah. 7 - Jane Augusta Taylor (twin) born 4 July 1863 at Santaquin, married Mark Richard Walker, died 14 October 1911. 8 - Lydia Adelaide Taylor born 12 March 1866 at Santaquin; married (1) Philander Maxwell, (2) James Wesson, (3) Fletcher B. Hammond, (4) (first name not recorded) Myers; died 3 July 1940 at Moab, Utah, buried there. 9 - Lurana Helen Taylor born 15 Apr 1868 at Santaquin, married Neal Ray, died 25 Feb 1897. Lydia Forbush, second wife, born 5 Jan 1830 at Underbill, Chittendon County, Vermont. Her parents were 4Rufus (Richard) Forbush and Susanna (Polly) Clark. Lurana, first wife (above), was her sister. She married Norman on 22 November 1850 at Salt Lake City. She appears on both the 1860 and 1870 censuses with Norman and their children. She died 11 April 1900 at Colonia Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico, and is buried there. Their children were: 1 - Ernest Leander Taylor born 8 August 1852 at San Bernardino, California; married (1) Lenora McCray Holladay daughter of John Daniel Holladay, Jr., (2) Mary Magdalene Arnesen daughter of Augustinus Arnesen, (3) Johannah Marie Skousen, (4) Rosilla Roxanna Alexander (no AFN found); died 7 November 1917 at Colonia Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico, buried there. 2 - Edwin Erastus Taylor born 28 January 1855 at San Bernardino, California, married his cousin Alice Ann Taylor, died 21 January 1906 at Colonia Juarez, Mexico, buried there. 3 - Charles Wesley Taylor born 15 November 1857 at Union (Cottonwood), Salt Lake County, Utah, married Louannie Jane Gibson, died 6 March 1882 at Salt Creek, Juab County, Utah, buried at Levan, Juab County, Utah. 4 - Hiram Martin Taylor born 11 November 1860 at Santaquin; married (1) Amanda Eveline Burnham, (2) her sister Clarentine Marinda Burnham, (3) Louise Cowan; died 29 January 1947 at Salt Lake City, buried there. 5 - Albert Thaddeus Taylor born 6 September 1863 at Santaquin, died 22 December 1864 (child). 6 - Sanford Alfonzo Taylor born 22 May 1868 at Santaquin; married (1) Edith Stewart, (2) Nellie May Freed; died 14 October 1951. Elmer Franklin Taylor born 23 February 1871 at Santaquin; married (1) Mary Jane Steele, (2) Adella Arminta Bond; died 9 August 1953 at Farmington, San Juan County, New Mexico, buried at Kirtland, San Juan County, New Mexico. 7 - Lydia Lurana Taylor born 12 July 1875 at Santaquin, married John Schurman Maxfield, died 15 February 1922. (3) Johanna Jennings, third wife, born about 1832, place unknown. According to the IGI, she married Norman on 19 August 1861, place not recorded. No children are on record. She does not appear on either census, and we have no further information on her. (4) Helen Jeanette Murray, fourth wife, born 18 February 1826 at Victor, Ontario County, New York. Her parents were William Ellis Murray and Helen E. Sarvis. She married Norman on 15 July 1863 at Santaquin. Her was her third husband, the first two being (1) Hosea Cushing and (2) William McBride. She appears on the 1870 census as part of the Taylor household, with her children William, Hosea, and Samuel Cushing from her first marriage and Lucretia McBride from her second, as well as the six-year-old Heber (below). Jeanette died 1 March 1901 at Payson, Utah, and is buried there. Their son was: 1 - Heber Crispin Taylor born 4 August 1864 at Santaquin, married Sarah Charlotte York daughter of Aaron Mereon York, died 1 January 1932 at Albany, Alameda County, California, buried at Santaquin. (5) Annie Beckstead , fifth wife, born about 1832. According to the IGI, she married Norman on 9 March 1866, but she does not appear on the 1870 census. We found no further information on her. From STY: Norman Taylor was born in Ohio in 1828 and baptized in the Church on June 15, 1844. With his parents and nine younger brothers and sisters, he was in [Council Bluffs] Iowa during the hard winter of 1846-7. In 1846, when the First Presidency asked for men to make the first trip west, Norman must have volunteered, for he was chosen as one of the 143 men to accompany Brigham Young on this journey. He was only 18 years old at the time, but he was a wheelwright, and his job was to see that the wheels were kept rolling. When the Saints were held up in Echo Canyon and finally 40 men were sent ahead to break the trail into the Salt Lake Valley, Norman was one of those chosen to accompany Orson Pratt, and he entered the valley on the morning of July 22, 1847. His was the second outfit in the train, and the first team of horses to enter Salt Lake Valley. A short time later, Brigham Young and some of the other Brethren started back for Council Bluffs, and Norman was again chosen to make the trip with them. One night, as the group was gathered around the fire, Brigham Young asked Norman how old he was. The answer was, "Eighteen." Then Brigham Young said that an unmarried man of eighteen was a menace to society and that Norman must be married as soon as they arrived back in Council Bluffs. Norman admitted that there was one young lady whom he had thought about a little, and Brigham Young commanded him to speak to her father as soon as possible. On April 2, 1848, he was married to this young lady, Lurana Forbush; and on November 22, 1850, he married her sister, Lydia. The exact time is not known, but a year or two later, Norman with his two wives [Lurana and Lydia], his eldest son [Norman Lester Taylor], his father [Benjamin Franklin Taylor] and mother [Ann Mennell Taylor], and his brothers and sisters, moved to Salt Lake Valley, and spent their first winter there in a cave in Big Cottonwood Canyon. In 1851, this entire group was called to go with a party of the Saints to settle San Bernardino, California. In the history of that settlement it is recorded that the men followed Brigham Young's instructions and immediately built a strong fort. When it was completed, all the men moved their families into it except "old man Taylor and his sons." They seemed to prefer to settle on their own land and take their chances with the Indians alone. Norman apparently stayed in San Bernardino until about 1857, then came back to the Salt Lake Valley. It is unknown when he moved to Santaquin, but he had a daughter [Polly] born there in 1859 [and he appears on the 1860 census}. There he married his third wife, Helen Jeanette Murray, the widow of Hosea Gushing. He moved to Moab, Utah, where he engaged in the mercantile business until the time of his death. It is reported that it took seven large wagons to transport his family and belongings from Santaquin to Moab. Ernest Leander Taylor was born 8 August 1852 at San Bernardino, California. His parents were Norman Benjamin Taylor and Lydia Forbush (above). Heber Crispin Taylor (below) was his brother. He appears on both the 1860 and the 1870 censuses, living with his parents. He died 7 November 1917 at Colonia Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico, and is buried there. He married: (1) Lenora McCray Holladay, first wife, born 14 March 1854 at San Bernardino, California. Her parents were John Daniel Holladay, Jr. and Mahala Rebecca Ann Matthews. She married Ernest on 11 December 1871 at Salt Lake City. She died 24 November 1872 at Santaquin, probably from complications of childbirth. She is buried in Santaquin. Their son was: 1 - Ernest Guy Taylor born 31 October 1872 at Santaquin, died 30 January 1963 at Willcox, Cochise County, Arizona, buried at Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona. (2) Mary Magdalene Arnesen, second wife, born 7 June 1861 at Oslo, Norway. Her parents were August inus Arnesen and Caroline Martine Johanneson. She married Ernest on 25 December 1876 at Santaquin. She died 6 December 1928 at Salt Lake City, and is buried at Santaquin. Their children were: 1 - Alonzo Leander Taylor (AFN:6W92-9S) born 19 Mar 1878 at Santaquin; married (1) Anna Margaret Eyring, (2) Katie Pearl Spilsbury; died 8 December 1938 at San Felipe, Jalisco, Mexico, buried there. 2 - Norman Ray Taylor born 12 April 1880 at Santaquin, died 11 June 1880, buried at Santaquin (infant). 3 - Lydia Caroline Taylor born 29 June 1881 at Lee Valley (now Greer), Apache County, Arizona; married (1) George Edwin Redd, (2) Richard Huldrich Durtschi; died 21 Jule 1971 at Colonia Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico, buried there. 4 - Adelbert Augustine Taylor born 9 April 1883 at Springerville, Apache County, Arizona; married (1) Lucille Robinson, (2) Victoria DelaPaz Ulloa; died 15 November 1948 at San Felipe, Jalisco, Mexico, buried there. 5 - Lenora Taylor born 28 March 1885 at Springerville, Apache County, Arizona; married (1) Matthias T. Cowley, (2) Walter Herman Burgener; died 8 Jan 1971 at San Diego, San Diego County, California, buried there. 6 - Euzell Taylor born 26 April 1887 at Colonia Juarez, Mexico, died November 1889 (child). 7 - Florence Taylor born 23 August 1890 at Colonia Juarez, Mexico; married (1) Ray Alma Oberhansley, (2) her sister Avilda's widower Waldemar Bowman; died 18 October 1980 at Beaver, Beaver County, Utah, buried at Cedar City, Iron County, Utah. 8 - Avilda Taylor born 4 March 1892 at Colonia Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico, married Waldemar Bowman who later married her sister Florence (above), died 11 November 1911. 9 - Ethel Taylor born 21 July 1896 at Colonia Juarez, Mexico, married John Brentnall Robinson, died 20 October 1928 at Rodeo, Hidalgo County, New Mexico, buried at Colonia Dublan, Chihuahua, Mexico. 10 - Clarence Leland Taylor born 12 May 1898 at Colonia Juarez, Mexico, died young (child). 11 - Vernon Lee Taylor born 6 May 1901 at Colonia Juarez, Mexico, died 6 July 1901 (infant). 12 - Lester Owen Taylor born in 1904, probably at Colonia Juarez, Mexico, married Lillian Gertrude Johnson, death date not recorded. ( 3) Johannah (Hannah) Marie Skousen, third wife, born 2 August 1862 on the banks of the Platte River in Nebraska. Her parents were Jens Nielsen Skousen (no AFN found) and Lisle Mary Lauresen (no AFN found). She married Ernest on 11 April 1884. We found no further information on her. (4) Rosilla Roxanna Alexander (no AFN found), fourth wife, married Ernest on 13 Apr 1911. We found no further information on her. Heber Crispin Taylor was born 4 August 1864 at Santaquin. His parents were Norman Benjamin Taylor and Helen Jeanette Murray (above). Ernest Leander Taylor (above) was his brother. He appears on the 1870 census as a child living with his parents. He married Sarah Charlotte York on 19 October 1884 at Santaquin. She was born 26 March 1865 at Grafton, Kane County, Utah. Her parents were Aaron Mereon York and Mary Angelina Trueworthy Carter). Sarah died 5 June 1931 at Santaquin, and Heber died 1 January 1932 at Albany, Alameda County, California. Both are buried in the Santaqum cemetery. Their children were: 1 - Mary Helen Taylor born 2 November 1885 at Santaqum, married Martin Ferdinand Gundersen son of Mathias Gundersen, died 8 April 1920 at Mammoth, Juab County, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 2 - Martha Ann Taylor born 29 November 1887 at Santaquin, married Nels Butler, died 18 April 1973 at Santaquin, buried there. 3 - Bryer Taylor born 1 October 1890 at Santaquin, died 11 May 1907, buried at Santaquin. 4 - Valerie Taylor born 15 February 1893 at Santaquin, died 7 January 1905, buried at Santaquin (child). 5 - Donna Dale Taylor born 24 Apr 1895 at Santaquin, married James Samuel Lunt, died 9 July 1974, buried at Santaquin. 6 - Golden Taylor born 16 May 1898 at Santaquin, married Lovina Elizabeth Brook, died 25 July 1966, buried at Santaquin. 7 - Orilla Taylor born 2 December 1900 at Santaquin, married Leo Herriman, died 4 April 1957, buried at Santaquin. 8 - Vergil Paris Taylor born in 1903 at Santaquin, death date not recorded. 9 - Theo Doyle Taylor born 22 February 1907 at Santaquin, married Ruby Thornton Wilson, died 29 Juyl 1939. From STY: Heber Crispin Taylor was born in Santaquin in 1864, in a little two-room adobe house which stood on the present school playground, just through the block in back of the Junior High. His father, Norman Taylor, had married Helen Jeanette Murray (a widow) as his third wife, and Heber was their only child. In 1884, Heber C. married Sarah Charlotte York, and they settled in a one-room adobe house just one block south of his boyhood home. Here seven of their children were born. To provide for his family, Heber C. hauled ore by team and wagon in the Tintic District and did a little farming. In the summer of 1901, he traded his first home for a log house in the northeast corner of town. Here his last two children were born. A few months after his wife died in 1931, he went to visit a daughter in Albany, California, and died there in January 1932. His body was brought home and buried beside his wife in Santaquin Cemetery. By Martha Ann Taylor Butler, daughter . THOMPSON Robert Henry Thompson was born 8 January 1854 at Salt Lake City. His parents were Robert Thompson and Alice Hulme. He died 27 February 1922 at Santaquin and is buried in the Santaquin cemetery. He married: (1) Mary Ellen Burke, first wife, born 16 February 1856 at San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California. Her parents were Charles Alien Burke (Burk) and Lydia Tanner. She married Robert on 16 February 1876 at Minersville, Beaver County, Utah. She died 25 July 1915 at Provo, Utah County, Utah, and is buried at Minersville, Utah. Their son was: 1 - Robert Lynn Thompson born 15 November 1894 or 1896, place not recorded; married Elsie Blanche Schley (Sly); died 10 June 1975 at Modesto, Stanislaus County, California, buried at Lakewood Memorial Park there. (2) Arietta Carter, second wife, born 26 September 1855 at Provo, Utah County, Utah. Her parents were William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. and Roxena Meacham. She married Robert on 11 February 1918 at Nephi, Juab County, Utah. He was her second husband, her first being Joseph Isaac Chatwin, by whom she had twelve children. She later married (3) Benjamin Orson Hancock . She died 11 June 1932 at Payson, Utah County, Utah, and is buried at Santaquin. There are no children on record for this marriage. TIETJEN Johann August Heinrich Tietjen was born 9 December 1814 at Mecklenburg, Schverin, Germany. His parents were Carl Fredrick Christian Tietjen and Dorothea Christiana Sophie Helmers. He married Dorothea Hanna (Ida) Fredericka Krueger on 22 October 1847 at Mecklenburg, Germany. She was born 8 September 1825 at Mecklenburg. Her parents were Johann Martin Andreas Christoph Krueger and Catherine Dorothea Lindstaedt. August and Ida appear on the 1870 census with all their children. Ida died 14 June 1887 and August died 13 May 1894, both at Santaquin. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - Ernest Albert Tietjen born 14 September 1848 at Arrarp Village, Harslov, Malmohus, Sweden; married (1) Emma Olena Erickson daughter of Engelbredt Erickson, (2) Emma Christiansen Pedersen, (3) Amanda Mariah Hatch; died 22 February 1925 at Bluewater, Valencia County, New Mexico, buried there. 2 - Charles August Tietjen born 12 March 1851 at Hingelstad, Sweden; married Henrietta Ann Holladay daughter of David Hollis Holladay and sister to John Martin Holladay who married his sister Josephine and to Elizabeth Euzella Holladay who married his brother Ephraim (both below); died 24 September 1936, buried at Santaquin. 3 - Ida (Eda) Henrietta Tietjen born 8 April 1853 at Hingelstad, Sweden, married Alonzo Lafayette Farnsworth, died 1 May 1906 at Santaquin, buried there. 4 - Frederick Ludwig Tietjen born 30 July 1855 at Hingelstad, Sweden, married Clarissa Halliday daughter of George Halliday, died 25 December 1945 at Salt Lake City, buried there. 5 - Josephine Albertine Tietjen born 5 February 1858 at Hingelstad, Sweden; married John Martin Holladay brother to Henrietta Ann Holladay who married her brother Charles (above) and to Elizabeth Euzella Holladay who married her brother Ephraim (below); died 28 February 1934 at Santaquin, buried there. 6 - Ephraim Henry Tietjen born 10 August 1861 at Goshen, Utah County, Utah; married (1) Elizabeth Euzella Holladay daughter of David Hollis Holladay and sister to John Martin Holladay who married his sister Josephine and to Henrietta Ann Holladay who married his brother Charles (both above), (2) Roxena Ann Chatwin daughter of Joseph Isaac Chatwin; died 15 June 1936 at Santaquin, buried there. 7 - Joseph John Tietjen born 9 November 1863 at Goshen, Utah, married Jane Bowdle, died 16 September 1934. 8 - Augusta Mahala Ann Tietjen born 26 January 1869 at Santaquin, married Thomas G. Heelis, died 10 March 1942 at Santaquin, buried there. From STY: August Henry Tietjen was bom in Germany and attended an outstanding university there. He was a steward on the estate of Baron Van Mallen. It was here he met his wife, Ida Fredrica Kruger. She was the housekeeper and superintendent of the dairy on the estate. They were married in 1847, and in April 1859 they and their five children left for America. The fare of transportation for thirty Saints from Sweden [where August and Ida had emigrated after their marriage] to Utah was paid by them. They brought the first stove to Utah, settled in Goshen, and in 1866 moved to Santaquin. Their home was located on the corner of 100 West and 100 South. August Tietjen was asked by Karl G. Maeser to teach at the Brigham Young Academy, but he declined. He was one of the stockholders in the irrigation company, he was a successful farmer, and he had a strong testimony of the gospel. Ida Tietjen was one of the first Relief Society teachers, treasurer in the Relief Society, and was counselor in the silk industry. They had eight children. Their posterity have always been active in the IDS Church and in civic affairs. There are numerous school teachers among them; one grandson, Roland Tietjen, has distinguished himself in the banking field. He has also been sent as a Representative to the State Legislature. Fifteen of their descendants [were] living in Santaquin fin 1956]. Charles August Tietjen was born 12 March 1851 at Hingelstad, Saken, Sweden. His parents were Johann August Heinrich Tietjen and Dorothea Hanna (Ida) Fredericka Krueger (above). He married Henrietta Ann Holladay on 10 April 1879 at Salt Lake City. She was born 21 October 1860 at Santaquin. Her parents were David Hollis Holladay and Henrietta Taylor. Charles died 24 September 1936 and Henrietta died 27 October 1944 at Santaquin. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - Charles Hollis Tietjen born 19 December 1881 at Santaquin, married Nell Parker, died 24 December 1977. 2 - Jesse Elmer Tietjen born 3 November 1885 at Santaquin; married (1) Geneva Kay daughter of John Richard Kay, (2) Ina Evans, (3) Ella Bartlett; died 16 September 1965, buried at Santaquin. 3 - Ethel Ray Tietjen (twin) born 14 June 1888 at Santaquin, married James Ruel Griffiths, died 4 February 1979. 4 - An unnamed daughter (twin) born 14 June 1888 at Santaquin, died two days later (infant). 5 - Edgar Tietjen born 2 Apr 1891 at Santaquin, died 5 September 1891, buried at Santaquin (infant). 6 - An unnamed son stillborn about 1893 at Santaquin (infant). 7 - Lula Wayne Tietjen born 14 Jan 1895 at Santaquin, married Ammon Peter Hermanson, death date not recorded. 8 - Jennie Euzella Tietjen born 19 November 1897 at Santaquin, married Ira Donald Jerman son of Daniel Smith Jerman, Jr., died 20 February 1984 (cemetery record), buried at Santaquin. 9 - David Stanley Tietjen born 30 June 1905 at Santaquin, married Ethel Ann Jasperson, died 11 June 1977. From STY: Charles August Tietjen was born in Sweden of German parents and moved with them to Santaquin in 1866. At the age of 14, he gave his services during the Black Hawk War. He attended BYU in 1875-76. In February 1877, he was called to go with a company of Saints to settle Arizona. In 1879 he married Henrietta Ann Holladay in the old Endowment House, Salt Lake City, Joseph F. Smith officiating. In 1882 he was called on a mission to Sweden, and converted many people to the gospel, several who later settled in Santaquin. His wife taught school and took in sewing to finance his mission. He also served as a home missionary in the Utah Stake, President of the YMMIA, Theological Sunday School teacher for 35 years, Secretary of the Quorum of Seventy, and served as a counselor to Bishop J.M. Holladay for 24 years. He served on the building committee to help build the first meeting house in Santaquin. He managed and operated sheep shearing plants in different parts of the country. He was a successful farmer and the leading merchant of Santaquin for a good many years. He was also a member of the city council. In 1890 he was sent as a Representative from Utah County to the State Legislature. He also was one of the first school trustees in Santaquin. Henrietta H. Tietjen was bom in Santaquin in 1860. She helped her teacher, William Chatwin, teach four classes a day to pay for two brothers' and sisters' schooling. She was president of the Young Ladies Retrenchment Society in 1877. She helped put on plays in the school house, the stage setting being wagon covers and homemade carpets on the floor. She learned dressmaking from a Mrs. Wing from Springville. She served in the Relief Society for 23 years. She was the first Captain of Camp Summit DUP and a charter member of the Literary Club. They were both very active in all civic affairs and for the upbuilding of the community. They were parents of nine children, six still living [in 1956]. One son, J. Elmer Tietjen, is still living in Santaquin. All their children have been active in church and civic works and held many positions. Frederick Ludwig Tietjen was born 30 July 1855 at Hingelstad, Sweden. His parents were Johann August Heinrich Tietjen and Dorothea Hanna (Ida) Fredericka Krueger (above). He married Clarissa Halliday on 20 January 1881 at Santaquin. She was born 12 March 1860 at Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah. Her parents were George Halliday and Prudence Kendall. Clarissa died 5 August 1939 and Frederick died 25 December 1945, both at Salt Lake City, where they are buried. Their children were: 1 - Kathy (Katie) Tietjen born 29 November 1881 at Santaquin, married Colin McPherson, died 2 September 1966. 2 - Rowena Tietjen born 1 January 1884 at Santaquin, married John Charles Duncan, died 9 July 1925 at Salt Lake City, buried in the Salt Lake City Cemetery. 3 - Leo Fred Tietjen born 19 November 1886 at Santaquin, married Isabell Martin Adamson, died 9 September 1944, buried at Tooele, Tooele County, Utah. 4 - Benair Warren Tietjen born 23 July 1892 at Santaquin, died 3 April 1908. 5 - Augusta May Tietjen born 29 April 1894 at Santaquin, died 22 November 1897 (child). From STY: Fredrick Ludwig Tietjen came to Santaquin in 1866. He married Clara Halliday, daughter of Bishop [George] Halliday. He freighted merchandise of all kinds to Pioche, Nevada. He hauled ore from the Tintic mining district to the Santaquin railroad station. He was a city marshall and town board member. He was successful in the sheep and cattle business, and also bought sheep and cattle for brokers. He left Santaquin and moved to Salt Lake City. He was the father of five children, two boys and three girls. Ephraim Henry Tietjen was born 10 August 1861 at Goshen, Utah County, Utah. His parents were Johann August Heinrich Tietjen and Dorothea Hanna (Ida) Fredericka Krueger (above). He married Elizabeth Euzella Holladay on 21 Dec 1882 at Salt Lake City. She was born 28 October 1864 at Santaquin. Her parents were David Hollis Holladay and Henrietta Taylor. Elizabeth died 20 June 1921 and Ephraim died 15 June 1936, both at Santaquin. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - Jennie Elizabeth Tietjen born 25 Jul 1884 at Santaquin, died 30 July 1884 (infant). 2 - Henrietta Ida Tietjen born 8 January 1886 at Santaquin, married Arthur Hone, died 12 Dec 1953 at Spanish Fork, Utah County, Utah, buried at Benjamin, Utah County, Utah. 3 - Nettie Chloe Tietjen born 7 October 1887 at Santaquin, married Albert Augustus Greenhalgh son of Ezekiel Ray Greenhalgh, died 10 January 1973 at Provo, Utah County, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 4 - Henry Roland Tietjen born 12 May 1891 at Santaquin, married Genevieve Willardson, died 13 February 1976, buried at Santaquin. 5 - Charles Martin Tietjen (twin) born 2 September 1893 at Santaquin, married Ina Gillette, died 14 July 1967, buried at Santaquin. 6 - Eliza Dot Tietjen (twin) born 2 September 1893 at Santaquin; married (1) Rupert Floyd Openshaw son of Samuel Alma Openshaw, (2) Richard Carter York son of 4 Aaron Mereon York; died 20 December 1977, buried at Santaquin. 7 - David Mayrell Tietjen born 23 September 1896 at Santaquin, married Emma Jane Johnson, died 16 July 1970 at Bountiful, Davis County, Utah, buried at Kanab, Kane County, Utah. 8 - Zelda Druce Tietjen born 30 July 1902 at Santaquin, married Ralph Rogers Wadsworth son of Thomas Jonathan (T.J.) Wadsworth, Sr., died 26 November 1981. 9 - Norman Clifton Tietjen born 7 January 1909 at Santaquin, died 4 December 1916 (child). William Miller VanAusdal was born 3 April 1866 at Santaquin. His parents were Julius Golden VanAusdal and Margaret Elizabeth Smith (above). He married Amelia Carter on 21 April 1890. She was born 19 January 1871 at Santaquin. Her parents were William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. and Roxena Meacham. William died 16 June 1938 at Santaquin, and Amelia died 5 October 1944 at Provo. Both are buried at Santaquin. Their children were: 1 - Mary Amelia VanAusdal born 8 September 1891 at Santaquin, died 2 December 1892, buried at Santaquin (infant). 2 - Iva Arminta VanAusdal born 14 July 1893 at Santaquin; married (1) Francis Shepherd, (2) John Madill, (3) Calvin Joseph Jasperson, (4) Elias Smith; died 12 February 1975. 3 - Myrtle VanAusdal born 27 August 1895 at Santaquin, died 7 November 1895 (infant). 4 - Nellie VanAusdal born 11 December 1897 at Santaquin, died 6 March 1898 (infant). 5 - Orren William VanAusdal born 12 February 1900 at Santaquin, died 17 September 1902 (child). 6 - Grace VanAusdal born 30 March 1903 at Santaquin, died 9 April 1903 (infant). 7 - Owen Miller VanAusdal born in 1904, death date not recorded. Thomas Heber VanAusdal born 28 December 1906 at Santaquin, died 3 January 1929. 8 - Golden Hunter VanAusdal born 14 August 1911 at Santaquin, died 24 January 1929. WALL Fredrlck John Wall, Sr. was born 25 March 1825 at Birmingham, Warwickshire, England. His parents were Thomas Wall and Ann (Nancy) Sketchley. Old maps show two homes for "Fred Wall," one on the northwest corner and another on the southwest corner of 200 East & 200 South. He died 9 Nov 1905 at Santaquin, and is buried there. He married: (1) Sarah Mariah Williamson, first wife, born 18 February 1826 at Birmingham, Warwickshire, England. Her parents were Joseph Williamson and Mary Ann Hulet. She married Fredrick on 16 March 1845 at All Saints parish, Birmingham, England. She died 22 October 1877 at Santaquin, and is buried there. Their children were: 1 - Emma Wall born 27 February 1847 at Birmingham, Warwickshire, England, died 1851 (child). 2 - Sarah Wall born 27 March 1849 at Birmingham, England, died 1851 (child). 3 - Martha Platte Wall born 24 July 1852 near Ft. Laramie on the North Platte River, Wyoming, married William Thomas Ewell, died 6 November 1931 at Santaquin, buried there. Fredrick John Wall, Jr. born 14 June 1855 at Manti, Sanpete county, Utah, married Sarah Jane Smith daughter of William Robert Smith, died 23 December 1924 at Santaquin, buried there. 4 - Alice Mary Wall born 6 September 1857 at Springville, Utah, married Zachariah Jones, died 22 July 1941 at Eureka, Juab County, Utah, buried at Santaquin. 5 - Amy Elizabeth Wall born 10 June 1860 at Spring City, Sanpete County, Utah, married Robert Howard Carter, died 24 August 1921 at Santaquin. 4 - Thomas Joseph Wall born 10 November 1862 at Spring City, Utah, died February 1865 (child). 5 - Neoma May Wall born 2 June 1864 at Spring City, Utah, died February 1865 (child). 6 - Heber Richard Wall born 16 March 1866 at Spring City, Utah, married Lydia Maria Chatwin daughter of William Chatwin, died 12 April 1951. (2) Elizabeth Robinson, second wife, born 11 Oct 1834 at Hilltop, Staffordshire, England. Her parents were John Robinson and Mary Wood. She married Fredrick on 3 December 1856 at Prove, Utah. She died 27 Jan 1929 at Salt Lake City, and is buried at Santaquin. Their children were: 1 - Clara Amelia Wall born 15 February 1858 at Springville, Utah, married David Henry Matthews, died 4 November 1939 at Pima, Graham County, Arizona, buried at Glenbar, Graham County, Arizona. 2 - Alonzo Edward Wall, Sr. born 14 December1859 at Manti, Sanpete County, Utah; married Sophia Duffin, (2) Emma Olive Asplund; died 6 June 1947 at Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona, buried at Castledale, Emery County, Utah. 3 - John Henry Wall born 31 December 1861 at Spring City, Sanpete County, Utah, married Junetta Carter daughter of William Furlsbury Carter, died 7 January 1937 at Raymond, Alberta, Canada, buried there. 4 - Alexander Wall born 4 March 1864 at Spring City, Utah, died 28 February 1865 at Santaquin (infant). 5 - Emma Elizabeth Wall born 12 November 1866 at Spring City, Utah; married William Levi Openshaw brother to David Alphonzo Openshaw who married her sister Mary Maria, to Sarah Jane Openshaw who married her brother Joseph Franklin (both below), and cousin to Minnie Openshaw who married her brother Fredrick Albert (below); died 2 June 1945 at Santaquin, buried there. 6 - Sarah Jane Wall born 18 January 1869 at Spring City, Utah, married Thomas William Kirkman, died 3 January 1952 at Salt Lake City. 7 - Mary Maria Wall born 26 September 1871 at Spring City, Utah; married David Alphonzo Openshaw son of Levi Openshaw and brother to William Levi Openshaw who married her sister Emma Elizabeth (above), to Sarah Jane Openshaw who married her brother Joseph Franklin (below) and cousin to Minnie Openshaw who married her brother Frederick Albert (below), died 22 May 1950 at Los Angeles, California, buried at Glendale, California. 8 - Fredrick Albert Wall born 19 November 1874 at Santaquin, married Minnie Openshaw daughter of Roger William Openshaw and cousin to William Levi Openshaw who married his sister Emma Elizabeth, to David Alphonzo Openshaw who married his sister Mary Maria (both above), and to Sarah Jane Openshaw who married his brother Joseph Franklin (below); died 18 April 1973 at Santaquin, buried there. 9 - Joseph Franklin Wall born 22 January 1877 at Santaquin; married Sarah Jane Openshaw daughter of Levi Openshaw and sister to William Levi Openshaw who married his sister Emma Elizabeth, to David Alphonzo Openshaw who married his sister Mary Maria (both above) and cousin to Minnie Openshaw who married his brother Fredrick Albert (above); died 12 November 1966 at Salt Lake City, buried at Santaquin. (3) Sarah Ann Broadbent, third wife, born 5 Oct 1819 at Oldham, Lancashire, England. Her parents were James Winterbottom and Nanny Broadbent. Thomas Broadbent was her brother. She married Fredrick on 9 February 1887. She died 24 November 1881 at Santaquin. There are no children on record. From STY: Frederick Wall was one of Utah County's early settlers. In 1853 he settled in Sanpete County, where he carried on his business of gun repairing, in which Mr. Wall had few equals in the West. In 1870 he and his family settled in Santaquin, where he worked at his trade. In 1881 he opened up a general merchandise store, in connection with which he carried on a delivery business, carrying produce to the miners in Tintic district. He was a faithful LDS worker, was Superintendent of the Sunday School, President of the Quorum of Seventy, an Indian War veteran. He married Elizabeth Robinson, who took a prominent part in the activities of the church. For a number of years she was the president of the Primary Association and was greatly loved by all the children. She later served as counselor to Sister Stickney in the Relief Society and then as president when Sister Stickney resigned in 1895. All positions held by Sister Wall were held with dignity and love, which she gave freely to all . Fredrick John Wall, Jr. was born 14 June 1855 at Manti, Sanpete County, Utah. His parents were Fredrick John Wall, Sr. and Sarah Mariah Williamson (above). He married Sarah Jane Smith on 23 January 1885. She was born 7 June 1866 at Santaquin. Her parents were William Robert Smith and Sarah Jane Nisonger. Fredrick died 23 December 1924 and Sarah died 4 June 1958, both at Santaquin. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - Fredrick John Wall, III born 2 November 1885 at Santaquin, married Emma Eliza Kay daughter of John Richard Kay, died 5 March 1951, buried at Santaquin. 2 - William Guy Wall born 27 April 1892 at Santaquin, died 4 November 1892 (infant). 3 - Douglas Wall born 12 September 1894 at Santaquin, died 20 Sep 1894 (infant). 4 - Phillip Elfwan Wall born 2 October 1896 at Santaquin, died 28 January 1907 (child). 5 - Lionel Wall born 5 May 1901 at Santaquin, died 8 August 1952. 6 - Earnest Clive Wall born 27 December 1903 at Santaquin, died 3 February 1904 (infant). 7 - Sarah Melva Wall born 15 March 1907 at Santaquin, married James Darrell Horrocks, died 19 August 1966 at Santaquin, buried there. Alonzo Edward Wall, Sr. was born 14 December 1859 at Manti, Sanpete County, Utah. His parents were Fredrick John Wall, Sr. and Elizabeth Robinson. He married Sophia Duffin on 1 February 1883 at Salt Lake City. She was born 26 October 1862 at Moroni, Sanpete County, Utah. Her parents were Edward Duffin and Margaret (Peggy) Gledhill. Sophia died 1 December 1918 at Castledale, Emery County, Utah, and is buried there. Alonzo died 6 June 1947 at Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona, and is buried at Castledale, Emery County, Utah. Their children were: 1 - Clara Sophia Wall born 2 April 1886 at Santaquin, died 21 April 1886 (infant). 2 - Alonzo Edward Wall, Jr. born 19 July 1888 at Santaquin; married (1) Laura Rowena Gundersen daughter of Mathias Gundersen, (2) Lenora Alean Simmons widow of Owen Arnold Strom; died 1 September 1959. 3 - Alva Fredrick Wall born 28 March 1890 at Provo, Utah County, Utah, married Ida Mary Jones, died 10 March 1953 at Castledale, Emery County, Utah, buried there. 4 - Beatrice Wall born 3 March 1893 at Huntington, Emery County, Utah, died 3 May 1893 (infant). 5 - Ivin Ray Wall born 27 May 1894 at Huntington, Utah, married Eva Nathalia Lund, died 9 July 1967. 6 - Pearl Wall born 13 July 1896 at Huntington, Utah, died 22 September 1898 (child). 7 - Ramona Puffin Wall born 19 June 1900 at Huntington, Utah; married (1) Floyd Marion Smith, (2) Clarence Lamar Guymon; death date not recorded. 8 - Ida Elizabeth Wall born 17 November 1902 at Castledale, Utah, married Glendon Ware Snow, death date not recorded. 9 - Margaret Wall born and died 8 April 1905 at Castledale, Utah (infant). John Henry Wall was born 31 December 1861 at Spring City, Sanpete County, Utah. His parents were Fredrick John Wall, Sr. and Elizabeth Robinson (above). He married Junetta Carter on 20 October 1881 at Santaquin. She was born 10 January 1865 at Mona, Juab County, Utah. Her parents were William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. and Roxena Meacham. John died 7 January 1937 and Junetta died 1 October 1937, both at Raymond, Alberta, Canada. They are buried at Santaquin. Their children were: 1 - John Henry Wall, Jr. born 17 November 1881 at Santaquin, died the next day (infant). 2 - Fredrick William Wall born and died 29 June 1882 at Santaquin (infant). 3 - Zella Elizabeth Wall born 20 April 1883 at Santaquin, died 8 May 1883 (infant). 4 - Alonzo Oliver Wall born 25 February 1884 at Santaquin, died 6 March 1884 (infant). 5 - George Owen Wall born 16 May 1885 at Santaquin, married Mary Elizabeth Seat, died 26 November 1924 at Raymond, Alberta, Canada, buried there. 6 - Elroy Wall born 17 September 1887 at Santaquin, died 18 September 1889 (child). Delbert Wall (AFN:5BLD-6N) born and died 2 September 1889 at Santaquin, buried there (infant). 7 - Don Henry Wall born 5 July 1891 at Santaquin, married Mary Boyson, death date not recorded. 8 - Leah Wall born 1 December 1893 at Santaquin, married Joseph Carter Harker, died 14 May 1981 at Boise, Idaho, buried at Dry Creek Cemetery there. 9 - Noah Ellis Wall born 30 December 1895 at Santaquin, died 18 January 1896 (infant). 10 - Junetta Ruth Wall born 20 January 1897 at Santaquin, married Cecil Arthur Finch, died 2 March 1983 at Cardston, Alberta, Canada, buried at Raymond, Alberta. 11 - Byron Thomas Wall born 30 November 1900 at Santaquin, married Delpha Kepgrass, died 2 October 1970. Fredrick Albert Wall was born 19 November 1874 at Santaquin. His parents were redrick John Wall, Sr. and Elizabeth Robinson (above). He married Minnie Openshaw on 17 December 1902 at Salt Lake City. She was born 29 February 1876 at Santaquin. Her parents were Roger William Openshaw and Elizabeth (Betty) Ramsbottom. Minnie was a cousin to William Levi Openshaw who married Fredrick's sister Emma Elizabeth, to David Alphonzo Openshaw who married his sister Mary Maria (both above), and to Sarah Jane Openshaw who married his brother Joseph Franklin (below). Minnie died 18 August 1950, and Fredrick died 18 April 1973, both at Santaquin, where they are also buried. The Ancestral File shows nine children for this couple, all born after 1900. Joseph Franklin Wall was born 22 January 1877 at Santaquin. His parents were Fredrick John Wall, Sr. and Elizabeth Robinson (above). He married Sarah Jane Openshaw on 11 October 1899 at Salt Lake City. She was born 1 June 1876 at Santaquin. Her parents were Levi Openshaw and Elizabeth (Lizzie) Eckersley. William Levi Openshaw who married Joseph's sister Emma Elizabeth, and David Alphonzo Openshaw who married Joseph's sister Mary Maria (both above) were Sarah's brothers, and Minnie Openshaw who married Joseph's brother Fredrick Albert (above) was her cousin. Sarah died 5 September 1959 at Payson, Utah County, Utah, and Joseph died 12 November 1966 at Salt Lake City. They are buried in the Santaquin Cemetery. The Ancestral File shows three children for this couple, all born after 1900. YORK Aaron Mereon York was born 27 August 1807 at Bethel, Oxford County, Maine. His parents were Peter York and Abiah Russell. The Ancestral File shows him with one wife (Hannah Carter) while his second wife, Mary Angelina Trueworthy Carter (below) is shown in the Ancestral File as married to his son Aaron Jr. Having access to the first-hand account of their son Richard from STY (see below), we have chosen to take Richard's word for it. Aaron died 13 November 1881 at Santaquin and is buried in the Santaquin cemetery. His wives and children were: (1) Hannah Carter, first wife, born 28 June 1809 at Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine. Her parents were John C. Carter and Hannah Knight Libby. She was a sister to William Furlsbury Carter, Sr. who married Aaron's sister Sarah York, and to Phillip Libby Carter who married Aaron's sister Martha Eames York. She married Aaron on 3 December 1830 at Newry, Oxford County, Maine. Mary Angelina Trueworthy Carter, second wife (below), was her niece. She died 18 September 1894 at Provo, Utah, and is buried there. Their children were: 1 - Julia Ann York (twin) born 23 September 1833 at Reedsville, Oxford County, Maine; married (1) George Washington Parrish, (2) John Reidhead; died 29 June 1931 at Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, buried at Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona. 2 - Asa Bartlett York (twin) born 23 September 1833 at Reedsville, Maine; married Mary Jane Bethers, (2) Emma Smith Haws, (3) Ellen Aurelia Williams; died 11 March 1920 at Provo, Utah County, Utah, buried there. 3 - Zenos Willis York born 13 November 1835 at Bethel, Oxford County, Maine, died 19 July 1837 (child). 4 - James Chauncey Snow York born 16 July 1837 at Newry, Oxford County, Maine, married Mary Olive Haws, died 30 April 1898 at Provo, Utah, buried there. 5 - John William York born 2 September 1841 at Lima, Adams County, Illinois, died 10 June 1842 (infant). 6 - Aaron Mereon York, Jr. born 5 October 1843 at Lima, Adams County, Illinois, died 22 Apr 1901, buried at Santaquin. 7 - Levi Sawyer York born 14 May 1845 at Nauvoo, Illinois, died 19 August 1860. 8 - Martha Eliza York born 30 September 1849 at Mt. Pisgah, Clarke County, Iowa, married' Adelbert Roberts, died 31 December 1931 at Provo, Utah, buried there. (2) Mary Angelina Trueworthy Carter, second wife, born 23 September 1841 at Yelrome, Hancock County, Illinois. Her parents were Richard Harrison Carter and Hannah Parker. She married Aaron on 18 March 1856 at Provo, Utah, when he was 49 and she was 14. She was an orphan; her father died when when was five and her mother when she was ten. Hannah, first wife (above), was her aunt. After Aaron's death Mary married (2) 4 George Bouncer Higginson and (3) Abraham Rose. She died 1 August 1932 at Santaquin, and is buried in the Santaquin cemetery. Their children were: 1 - Mary Angelina York born 10 September 1860 at Provo, Utah County, Utah, married Edward Meacham Carter, died 14 June 1922 at Santaquin, buried there. 2 - William Wallace York born 14 April 1863 at Grafton, Kane County, Utah; married (1) Catherine Olivia Nelson, (2) Jane Heelis daughter of Thomas Blakely Heelis; died 24 October 1947 at Santaquin, buried there. 3 - Sarah Charlotte York born 26 March 1865 at Grafton, Utah, married Heber Crispin Taylor, died 5 June 1931 at Santaquin, buried there. 4 - Johannah York born 25 January 1868 at Santaquin, died the same year (infant). 5 - Rolla Neslin York born 10 February 1870 at York, Juab County, Utah, married his cousin Alice Matilda Carter daughter of William Furlsbury Carter, Jr., died 28 February 1946 at Santaquin, buried there. 6 - Nona York (male) born 20 May 1874 at Warm Creek, Utah County, Utah, married Margaret Ann Smith daughter of William Robert Smith, died 24 May 1933 at Santaquin, buried there. 7 - Albion Kilgore Parish York born 9 April 1876 at Santaquin, married Lida Clark, died 21 May 1908, buried at Santaquin. Richard Carter York born 1 June 1878 at Santaquin; married (1) Eliza Dot Tietjen daughter of Ephraim Henry Tietjen, (2) Zina Euzella Openshaw daughter of Roger William Openshaw; died 11 June 1903 at Payson, Utah County, Utah, buried at Santaquin. From STY: My father, Aaron M. York, was born August 27, 1807, in Bethel, Oxford, Maine, and my mother. Mary Carter, in Hancock County, Illinois, September 23, 1841. She came across the plains when eleven years of age, losing her mother on the way. She had to work very hard for the people she lived with, so at a very early age she married my father, being the second wife. They moved from one place to another, finally settling in Santaquin. After raising eight children, my mother became an efficient midwife for Santaquin, York, and Warm Creek. She was also an expert in making medicines from herbs she gathered in the fields and lots. She made a liniment called York's Liniment and one called Old Bob, of which she gave freely, always helping the sick and giving of her time and talents. People loved her for her willing service. After helping to settle Santaquin, my father went out south three miles and settled a place which bears his name: York, Utah. He was a very good blacksmith and wheelwright, helping to make the first plow made in Santaquin and in Utah. He died November 27, 1881, and she died August 1, 1932, at the age of 91 years. By Richard Carter York, son William Wallace York, Sr. was born 14 April 1863 at Grafton, Kane County, Utah. His parents were Aaron Mereon York and Mary Angelina Trueworthy Carter (above). He died 24 October 1947 at Santaquin and is buried there. He married: (1) Catherine Olivia Nelson, first wife, born 9 January 1863 at Goshen, Utah. Her parents were Peder (Peter) Albert Nielsen and Maria Kathrine Olsen. She married William on 6 August 1882 at Santaquin. She died 14 December 1885 at Santaquin, probably in childbirth. She is buried at Santaquin. Their children were: 1 - William Wallace York, Jr. born 30 May 1883 at Santaquin, married Violet Janet Campbell, died 18 January 1971 at Pocatello, Bannock County, Idaho, buried at Mountain View Cemetery there. 2 - Catherine Olivia York born 14 December 1885 at Santaquin, died August 1886, buried at Santaquin (infant). (2) Jane Heelis, second wife, born 25 Dec 1868 at Santaquin. Her parents were Thomas Blakely Heelis and Mary Benson. She married William on 4 Aug 1887 at Benjamin, Utah County, Utah. She died 11 Sep 1955 at Santaquin and is buried there. Their children were: 1 – Asa (Ace) York born and died 5 December 1888 at Santaquin, buried there (infant). 2 - Mary Elizabeth (Lizzie) York born 21 January 1890 at Santaquin, married James W. Mooney, died 22 February 1918, buried at Santaquin. 3 - Lura York born 9 November 1891 at Santaquin, married Nels Hollis Yorgason son of Nels Peter Yorgason, died 11 January 1974 at Fort McCleod, Alberta, Canada, buried at Granum, Alberta, Canada. Fern York born 8 May 1894 at Santaquin, married Frederick Alexander Anderson, death date not recorded. 4 - Ethel York born October 1896 at Santaquin, married Heber Walker, death date not recorded. 5 - Netta (Nettie) York born and died in 1898 (cemetery record), buried at Santaquin. Thomas Willis York bom 10 December 1899 at Santaquin, married Gladys Wall daughter of Joseph Franklin Wall, died 19 Sepember 1967, buried at Santaquin. 6 - Homer Glen York born 8 July 1902 at Santaquin, married Estella Frances Ferrando daughter of Natale (Nick) Martin Ferrando and widow of Nelson Penn Hallett, died 4 November 1977. 7 & 8 - Two other sons, still living, are shown in the Ancestral File. 9 - Rolla Neslin York was born 10 February 1870 at York, Juab County, Utah. His parents were Aaron Mereon York and Mary Angelina Trueworthy Carter (above). He married his cousin Alice Matilda Carter on 20 December 1898 at Santaquin. She was born 4 December 1878 at Santaquin. Her parents were William Furlsbury Carter, Jr. and Annie Matilda Yorgason. Rolla died 28 February 1946 and Alice died 12 November 1959, both at Santaquin. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. The Ancestral File shows six children for this couple, most born after 1900. 10 - Nona York (male) was born 20 May 1874 at Warm Creek, Utah County, Utah. His parents were Aaron Mereon York, Jr. and Mary Angelina Trueworthy Carter (above). He married Margaret Ann Smith on 23 July 1897 at Santaquin. She was born 14 Sepember 1871 at Santaquin. Her parents were William Robert Smith and Sarah Jane Nisonger. Nona died 24 May 1933 at Santaquin, and Margaret died 7 October 1958 at Provo, Utah County, Utah. They are buried in the Santaquin cemetery. The Ancestral File shows ten children for this couple, most born after 1900.
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Grave record for Arletta Chatwin (Born: 26 Sep 1855), BillionGraves Record 568765 Santaquin, Utah, Utah, United States

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