History: David William Rowley

We went through Utah and stopped briefly with Grace (Grace Harriet Rowley), then on through Wyoming and into South Dakota where we saw the Mount Rushmore figures of our four presidents carved in stone. It was spectacular and I would recommend it to all of my family. We were three days and nights on the […]

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Journal: Jeanette Sperry

1904 (Friday) –  I ironed, tried out my new flatiron and liked it quite well. Lillian (Lillian May Sperry) came over to help me, but she didn’t like it at all. In the evening we started for a walk down to Grandma Lunt’s (Priscilla Pitt), but me she and Emma Wood coming to our place, […]

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History: David William Rowley

We had been wanting to get back up to our mountain retreat in Oregon and we thought this might be an interesting experience for the boys (Myron Dwain and Mark Ammon Judkins) so we took them with us. We stopped in Baker, Oregon for some refreshments and to get supplies from the store. We didn’t […]

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Journal: Jeanette Sperry

1904 (Saturday) – Was very busy all day. In the evening we took the children (Alfred Oscar, Jr, Lillian and Charles Gilbert Lunt) for a walk downtown to hear the band concert. Then we went down to Grandma Lunt’s (Priscilla Pitt).

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This Day In Our Family History

1884  Anna Rosenquist Nelson was born in Efveröd, Kristianstad, Sweden to Jens Rosenquist Nelson, age 24, and Elsa Nelson, age 26. She was the 2nd of 8 children, and the 1st of 4 daughters, born to the couple 1909  Marvin Ballard Alcorn was born in the covenant in Thatcher, Box Elder, Utah, United States to […]

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History: David William Rowley

Speaking of family we found out that my nephew, Noland Rowley (Noland Thornton Rowley), was living over in Homedale, Idaho and we went over to see them and they came to see us. When Francis (Hugh Francis Rowley) and Erma (Erma Thornton) came to see them we also got to enjoy a visit for a […]

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Journal: Jeanette Sperry

1904 (Wednesday) – Oscar (Alfred Oscar Lunt) went down to Teasdale’s for the children (Alfred Oscar, Jr. and Lillian Lunt), we were surely glad to see the darlings again and they seemed happy to be with us again. Jennie (Jennie Teasdale) came up in the evening and she said they had been very good children […]

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History: David William Rowley

The first week in August, Clayton (Clayton Alcorn Rowley), Jana (Janevie Clegg) and their children (Bruce Charles, Burt William, Charrielynn and Michael Lyn Rowley) and Doug (Douglas Alcorn Rowley) and Vonna (Vonna Ensign) and their children (William Douglas, Scott Calvin, Pamela and Rozanne Rowley) came up to see us. Jana’s sister came along, too. We […]

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Journal: Jeanette Sperry

1904 (Tuesday) – Oscar (Alfred Oscar Lunt) and I went downtown to finish my shopping. In the afternoon we boarded the train for home. On the train Lon introduced me to Miss Stickney, she is a milliner in Kieth-O-Brian’s, we sat together on the train. Della (Emma Della Sperry) and Lillian (Lillian May Sperry) were […]

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