This Day In Our Family History

1851  Harriet Gibbons was born in Camdentown, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom to John Gibbons, age 43, and Sarah Wild Cole, age 38. She was the 6th of 6 children, and the 3rd of 3 daughters, born to the couple 1883  Alfred Oscar Lunt, age 8 was baptized and confirmed a member of The Church of […]

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History: David William Rowley

While Grace (Grace Harriet Rowley) was there I (David William Rowley) was doing my work at the High School, and building a garage for one man, and helping on a house for another man and I guess I wasn’t getting as much sleep as I needed. I suppose I was also putting too many hours […]

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Journal: Jeanette Sperry

1904 (Sunday) – Della (Emma Della Sperry) kept the baby (Charles Gilbert Lunt) and I took the other two (Alfred Oscar, Jr. and Lillian Lunt) to Sunday School. I visited the kindergarten class. We had dinner up to Mother’s (Caroline Webb). In the afternoon I went up to the home of Alf and Latty Orme’s, […]

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How Are You Related To Me?

2nd Husband of Paternal 1st Cousin 1x Removed: Gene Allen Nix – 694 Gene Allen 694 = Ivy Joan 150  Della 21 + Alfred Oscar 15 – Earl Sperry 7 – Nelson Earl 2 – Kellie Jeanette 1 Paternal 1st Cousin 1x Removed: Ivy Joan Gabbitas – 150 Ivy Joan 150 + Della 21 + […]

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This Day In Our Family History

1912  Clifton Hyrum Harper, age 23, completed his initiatory and endowment ordinances and then was married and sealed for time and eternity to Emma Jacobine Hunger in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints’ Salt Lake Utah Temple, which is located at 50 North West Temple in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, […]

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History: David William Rowley

It wasn’t long until I (David William Rowley) was sent to work out at Dugway, near Tooele, Utah. I could only come home on weekends. Then it seemed like I spent all my time trying to clean up the house and fix something decent to eat. The boys (Clayton Alcorn and Grant Alcorn Rowley) were […]

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