History: David William Rowley

From ALL of your children  (Grace Harriet, David Alcorn, Douglas Alcorn, Ralph Alcorn, Clayton Alcorn, Marjorie Ann, Hugh alcorn, Sharon Lee and Grant Alcorn Rowley)… Children do not realize How deep a father’s love, how wise — They do not fully understand The strength that’s in his guiding hand. And yet he’s always held above […]

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Journal: Jeanette Sperry

1904 (Sunday) – Esther (Emily Esther Sperry) came over for the baby (Charles Gilbert Lunt), I took Alfred (Alfred Oscar Lunt, Jr.) and Lillian (Lillian Lunt) to Sunday School. We had dinner over to Mother’s (Caroline Webb) and spent the afternoon over there. About half past six, I attended a Sunday School Teachers Convention which […]

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How Are You Related To Me?

Husband of Paternal Great-Great-Great-Aunt: Charles William Foote – 1015 Charles William 1015 = Caroline Kate 217 + John Martin 211 – Priscilla 41 – Alfred Oscar 15 – Earl Sperry 7 – Nelson Earl 2 – Kellie Jeanette 1  Paternal Great-Great-Great-Aunt: Caroline Kate Pitt – 217 Caroline Kate 217 + John Martin 211 – Priscilla […]

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This Day In Our Family History

1898  John Rosenquist Nelson, age 10. was baptized and confirmed a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 1903  Mary Etta George was born in Winter Quarters, Carbon, Utah, United States to William George, age 29, and Catherine Ellen Rosser, age 17. She was the 1st of 5 children, and the […]

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History: David William Rowley

A TRIBUTE TO A LOVING HUSBAND AND FATHER!!! When one has the opportunity to prepare a history such as this one for publication it becomes their privilege to include things that should be said but perhaps have not been. At this time , representing David William Rowley’s children (Grace Harriet, David Alcorn, Douglas Alcorn, Ralph […]

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Journal: Jeanette Sperry

1904 (Saturday) – Lillian (Lillian May Sperry) came over and helped me with my cleaning. Just before dark, while I was sitting in my dooryard, Mrs. Richard Sudwick (Dolly Hall) came over for a while. She was recently moved into a house across the street, She only stayed a little while. 

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