This Day In Our Family History

1850  Charles Henry Sperry was born in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States to Charles Sperry, age 21, and Emily Louisa Miller, age 23. He was the 2nd of 11 children, and the 1st of sons born to the couple 1860  James Edward Lunt was born in Nephi, Juab, Utah, United States to […]

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1854  Mary Emily Sperry was born in Nephi, Juab, Utah, United States to Charles Sperry, age 25, and Emily Louisa Miller, age 27. She was the 4th of 11 children, and the 3rd of 7 daughters, born to the couple 1901  Hugh Thompson Rowley, age 22, and Grace Davis, age 25, were married at The […]

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Journal: Jeanette Sperry

1904 (Saturday) – I made several calls 1st to Sister Chapples, then to Ada Woods, down to Jane Booth’s then to Sister Nellie Grace’s to see if she would give a sketch on next Thursday. I went home found the baby (Charles Gilbert Lunt) was asleep, so I went down to Grandpa Sperry’s (Charles Sperry) […]

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1904 (Wednesday) – In the evening Esther (Emily Esther Sperry) and I with the baby (Charles Gilbert Lunt) went down to Grandma Lunt’s (Priscilla Pitt) and spent the evening. Grandma and Grandpa Sperry (Charles Sperry and Emily Louisa Miller) and Mrs. Breed were there. We spent a very pleasant evening.

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How Are You Related To Me?

Paternal Great-Great-Great-Grandfather: Charles Sperry – 253 Charles 253 – Charles Henry 46 – Jeanette 16 – Earl Sperry 7 – Nelson Earl 2 – Kellie Jeanette 1  Paternal Great-Great-Great-Grandmother: Emily Louisa Miller – 254 Emily Louisa 254 – Charles Henry 46 – Jeanette 16 – Earl Sperry 7 – Nelson Earl 2 – Kellie Jeanette […]

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Journal: Jeanette Sperry

1896 (Friday) – In the evening, I went down to Grandpa Sperry’s (Charles Sperry) to get him to give me a few notes about the Pioneers of Utah. From there, father (Charles Henry Sperry) and I went to the Opera House expecting a dance, but it turned out a fizzle.

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