History: Edna Viola Nelson

I was born on December 2, 1909, the oldest (and only) child of Nels Rosenquist and Grace Viola Harper Nelson in the Whittahut home on Locust Avenue, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah. My father was the eldest child of Jens Rosenquist and Elsa Nelson Nelson. My mother was the fourth child of Charles Benjamin and […]

Read More History: Edna Viola Nelson

History: Edna Viola Nelson

Edna Viola Nelson Written by herself Charles Adolph Harper () – Maternal 1st Cousin Charles Benjamin Harper (67) – Maternal Grandfather Charles Benjamin Harper, Jr. (69) – Maternal Uncle Clifton Hyrum Harper (75) – Maternal Uncle Cora Harriet Harper () – Maternal 1st Cousin Earl Sperry Lunt (7) – Husband Edna Viola Nelson (8) – […]

Read More History: Edna Viola Nelson

History: Earl Sperry Lunt

I did not stay in Salt Lake very long because I could not find a steady job. So I accepted the opportunity of going to California with the Harter family. They were going on vacation and wanted to go to California. I had plans of working my way back to the islands. I stayed with […]

Read More History: Earl Sperry Lunt

This Day In Our Family History

1884 Mattie Ann Elizabeth Atchinson was born in Peoria, Hill, Texas, United States to James Henry Atchinson, age 29, and Emma Goodman Faucett, age 22. She was the 1st of 11 children, and the 1st of 5 daughters, born to the couple 1965  Conrad Edward Olson and Mary Etta George, age 61, were married in […]

Read More This Day In Our Family History

History: Earl Sperry Lunt

I arrived home March 23, 1933 and it was the middle of the Great Depression and I had a hard time getting work. While in West Junior High, I played a trumpet in the band. My art teacher was Bessie Bancroft and she told me that I had an unusual talent for art. I had […]

Read More History: Earl Sperry Lunt