Dancing was one of the main amusements for the young people. Father (Charles Henry Sperry) played the violin for the dances starting at the age of twelve; he continued to play for dances as long as he lived. The dances were held in homes at first. Mother (Caroline Webb) remembers the first dance Father took […]Read More History: Caroline Webb
CAROLINE WEBB MOTHER’S MEMORIES OF THE PAST, WHEN 89 YEARS OLD Written by a Daughter Esther Farnsworth – in 1940 Alfred Oscar Lunt; Oscar (15) – Son-in-Law; Husband of Daughter, Jenette Sperry Amelia Emily Webb (268) – Sister Arthur David Sperry; Art (49) – Son Caroline Knowles; Auntie (1247) – Father 2nd wife (in polygamy) […]Read More History: Caroline Webb
Charles Henry Sperry was born 15 October 1850 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 4 sons, born to the couple. His sister Philenda Amanda Sperry was born 16 November 1848, […]Read More History: Charles Henry Sperry
Charles Henry Sperry Written by Great-Great-Granddaughter, Kellie Jeanette Lunt Arthur David Sperry (49) – Son Caroline Webb (47) – Wife Charles Alonzo Sperry (48) – Son Charles Henry Sperry (46) – Self Charles Sperry (253) – Father Clarissa Lorretta Sperry (259) – Sister Emily Esther Sperry (50) – Daughter Emily Louisa Miller (254) – Mother […]Read More History: Charles Henry Sperry
1888 Charles Sperry, age 59, was sealed for time and eternity to his parents, Joy Sperry and Mary Lamont in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints’ Manti Utah Temple, which is located at 200 East 510 North in Manti, Sanpete, Utah, United States. Proxies stood in for Joy and Mary. He and […]Read More This Day In Our Family History
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 […]Read More How Are You Related To Me?
1903 (Saturday) – We remained at Uncle Harry’s (Miles Harrison Sperry) all day, but in the evening we went down to Aunt Retta Evans (Anretta Webb). Returning to Uncle Harry’s to sleep. It was bitter cold.Read More Journal: Jeanette Sperry
1903 (Friday) – We packed our valises and got ready to go to Manti. Minnie Lunt (Minnie Ann Lunt) was going as far as Moroni, so we went down to the train together. Mother (Caroline Webb) went over with us. Father (Charles Henry Sperry) took us down in a wagon, it was a few minutes […]Read More Journal: Jeanette Sperry