Journal: Jeanette Sperry

1897 (Wednesday) – I spent the afternoon over to Aunt Emily Black’s (Mary Emily Sperry) and had supper there. Later on my way down to the post office I met Oscar (Alfred Oscar Lunt) he wanted to talk to Father (Charles Henry Sperry) so we went back to Grandmother’s (Emily Louisa Miller). He walked with me to the post office and then we went up to Burton’s for a little while. I slept at Grandmother’s.

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This Day In Our Family History

1648

David Morgan was born in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States

1713

Henry Orpin and Sarah Knowles were married in Cambridge, Gloucester, England

1734

Robert Curnock was christened in Slimbridge, Gloucestershire, England

1753

Elizabeth May was christened in Saint Mawgan in Ryder, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom

1801

Miels Christensen and Mette Martensen, about 50 years old, were married

1811

Job Barnett and Mary Miller were married Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States

1855

Mary Ann Olpin completed her endowments for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in the Church’s Endowment House, which was located in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States

1874

James Robert Black and Mary Emily Sperry were married and sealed for time and eternity in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints’ Endowment House, which was located at 50 North West Temple in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States. Mary completed her endowments at the same.

1885

John Gardner died

1910

Henry Melvin Sperry and Vera Lucille Daley were married

1951

George Arthur Rowley died at the age of 86

1956

Jeanette Sperry was buried at Vine Bluff Cemetery, plot VB_B_4_10_9, which is located at 1200 North 400 East in Nephi, Juab, Utah, United States. Deseret Mortuary handled the burial. Her Find a Grave Memorial ID is: 58001934

Douglas Alcorn Rowley, age 24, and Vonna Ensign were married in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States

1965

John Cornish and Mrs. Elizabeth Cornish were sealed for time and eternity 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, United States; their children, Elizabeth, Joan, Phillip, Richard, Thomas and William Cornish were sealed to them at the same time

John Cornish and Hope Nowell were sealed for time and eternity 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, United States; their children, Anthony and John Cornish were sealed to them at the same time

John Morcombe was sealed for time and eternity to his parents, Henry Morcombe and Joan Cornish, 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, United States

Updates

  • Elizabeth Lunt – 102 changed to Elizabeth Lunt – 103
  • Shedrick Lunt – 103 changed to Shedrick Lunt – 104
  • Nephi Lunt – 104 changed to Nephi Lunt – 105
  • Moroni Lunt – 105 changed to Moroni Lunt – 106
  • Sarah Ann Lunt – 106 changed to Sarah Ann Lunt – 107
  • James Edward Lunt – 107 changed to James Edward Lunt – 108
  • Meshach Pitt – 110 changed to Meshach Pitt – 111
  • Ann Pitt – 111 changed to Ann Pitt – 112
  • Noah Pitt – 112 changed to Noah Pitt – 113
  • Hannah Pitt – 113 changed to Hannah Pitt – 114
  • Caroline Kate Pitt – 114 changed to Caroline Kate Pitt – 115
  • John Pitt – 115 changed to John Pitt – 116
  • Philenda Amanda Sperry – 118 changed to Philenda Amanda Sperry – 119
  • Sarah Elizabeth Sperry – 119 changed to Sarah Elizabeth Sperry – 120
  • Mary Emily Sperry – 120 changed to Mary Emily Sperry – 121
  • Miles Harrison Sperry – 121 changed to Miles Harrison Sperry – 122
  • Clarissa Lorretta Sperry – 122 changed to Clarissa Lorretta Sperry – 123
  • Marion Olive Sperry – 123 changed to Marion Olive Sperry – 124
  • William Josiah Sperry – 124 changed to William Josiah Sperry – 125
  • Susan Jannett Sperry – 125 changed to Susan Jannett Sperry – 126
  • John Alphies Sperry – 126 changed to John Alphies Sperry – 127
  • Vilate Sperry – 127 changed to Vilate Sperry – 128
  • Amelia Emily Webb – 130 changed to Amelia Emily Webb – 132
  • Emma Elizabeth Webb – 131 changed to Emma Elizabeth Webb – 133
  • Lucy Jane Webb – 132 changed to Lucy Jane Webb – 136
  • Rhoda Ann Webb – 133 changed to Rhoda Ann Webb – 138
  • Anretta Webb – 134 changed to Anretta Webb – 139
  • Amety Webb – 135 changed to Amety Webb – 140
  • Nils Olsson – 137 changed to Nils (Neils) Olson – 141
  • Karma Andersdotter – 138 changed to Karma Palmgreen Anderson – 142
  • Ola Nelson – 138 changed to Ola Nelson – 143
  • Hanna Nelson – 139 changed to Hanna Nelson – 144
  • Anders Nelson – 140 changed to Anders Nelson – 145
  • Anna Nelson – 141 changed to Anna Nelson – 146
  • Nils Nilson – 143 changed to Niels Nelson – 147
  • Anna Andersdotter – 144 changed to Anna Anderson – 148
  • Nels Nelson – 144 changed to Nels Nelson – 149
  • Andrew Nelson – 145 changed to Andrew Nelson – 150
  • Hannah Nelson – 146 changed to Hannah Nelson – 151
  • Benjamin Harper – 149 changed to Benjamin Harper – 153
  • Elizabeth Phipps Brand – 150 changed to Elizabeth Phipps Brand – 154
  • Alfred (Samuel) Harper – 150 changed to Alfred (Samuel) Harper – 155
  • Alfred William Harper – 151 changed to Alfred William Harper – 156
  • Ann Elizabeth Harper – 152 changed to Ann Elizabeth Harper – 157
  • Elizabeth Martha Harper – 153 changed to Elizabeth Martha Harper – 158
  • Mary Elizabeth Harper – 154 changed to Mary Elizabeth Harper – 159
  • John Samuel Harper – 155 changed to John Samuel Harper – 160
  • John Gibbons – 157 changed to John Gibbons – 161
  • Sarah Wild Cole – 158 changed to Sarah Wild Cole – 162
  • John Francis Gibbons – 158 changed to John Francis Gibbons – 163
  • James Robert Gibbons – 159 changed to James Robert Gibbons – 164
  • Henry Gibbons – 160 changed to Henry Gibbons – 165
  • Sarah Gibbons – 161 changed to Sarah Gibbons – 166
  • Elizabeth Gibbons – 162 changed to Elizabeth Gibbons – 167
  • William Cooley Smith – 164 changed to William Cooley Smith – 168
  • Mary Virginia Collins – 165 changed to Mary Virginia Collins– 169

Fixed Spelling mistake: Shedick Jmes Lunt – 43 to Shedrick James Lunt – 43

This Day In Our Family History

1713 – Henry Orpin and Sarah Knowles were married in Cambridge, Gloucestershire, England

1734 – Robert Curnock was christened in Slimbridge, Gloucestershire, England

1811 – Job Barnett and Mary Miller were married

1855 – Mary Ann Olpin completed her endowments for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in the Church’s Endowment House, which was located in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States

1874 – Mary Emily Sperry completed her endowments for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in the Church’s Endowment House, which was located in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States

1874 – James Robert Black and Mary Emily Sperry were married and sealed for time and eternity in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in the Church’s Endowment House, which is located Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States

1885 – John Gardner died

1910 – Henry Melvin Sperry and Vera Lucille were married

1956 – Jeanette Sperry was buried in Vine Bluff Cemetery, plot VB_B_4_10_9, which is located in Nephi, Juab, Utah, United States. The burial was handled by Deseret Mortuary. Her Find a Grave Memorial ID is: 58001934

Journal: Jeanette Sperry

1896 – About five o’clock in the afternoon, Uncle Jim (James Robert Black) and Aunt Emily Black (Mary Emily Sperry) and children came down to the farm. After they left, I went up to Salisbury’s. They were going up town to a meeting, so I went with them. It was Young Men’s Conference. We had a lovely meeting, afterwards we came out home.

Journal: Jeanette Sperry

1896 – I went to school. At noon, Ada Salisbury and I went over to Aunt Emily Black’s (Mary Emily Sperry) and then down to Kendall’s. We came back to Aunt Emily’s and Esther (Emily Esther Sperry) walked out home with us. There wasn’t any school in the afternoon. In the evening, Will Miller came down to see Father (Charles Henry Sperry), but he wasn’t at home.