Author: Sexton Mark E. Smith with Corey Rushton and Annastasia HirtPublish On: 2018-12-03
This book highlights these influential figures and many more. It also serves as a guide for navigating the cemetery grounds in person, with grave locations accompanying most captions.
Author: Sexton Mark E. Smith with Corey Rushton and Annastasia Hirt
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The Salt Lake City Cemetery was established in September 1847 when George Wallace, who arrived with the first company of Mormon pioneers two months prior, buried his young daughter on a picturesque hillside above the Salt Lake Valley. It has since grown to become the largest municipal cemetery in the United States, containing approximately 130,000 gravesites. To walk through the Salt Lake City Cemetery's 120 acres is to trace a path through Utah history and experience a mosaic of the diverse and fascinating individuals who have shaped it: politicians, pioneers, artists, inventors, outlaws, educators, activists, and currently 12 presidents of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This book highlights these influential figures and many more. It also serves as a guide for navigating the cemetery grounds in person, with grave locations accompanying most captions.
... Ashes in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City Cemetery, Salt
Lake City, UT City Cemetery, Salt Lake City, UT City Cemetery, Salt Lake City, UT
Wasatch Lawn Cemetery, Salt Lake City, UT City Cemetery, Salt Lake City, UT ...
Author: Thomas E. Spencer
Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Com
Colonists in Bondage is divided into three parts. The first part discusses the trade in servants, pointing out, among other things, the process of raising a human cargo for a given voyage and the difference between the older institution of indentured servitude and the 18th-century redemptionist system. Part II focuses on the transportation of convicts, differentiating between convict transportation before and after 1718, in addition to the issues surrounding the transportation of rogues and vagabonds on the one hand and military prisoners on the other. The final portion of the text captures the life of the bonded immigrant in America itself.
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Salt Lake City (Utah). Penalty for Injuring Cemetery Property . Sec . 7. Any person
who shall injure or deface any headboard , tombstone , monument , tree , shrub ,
or any other property in said cemetery , shall , upon conviction , be liable to a ...
Liberty Park Riverside Park Joint Building Park City Creek Park Pioneer Park
250,000.00 10,031.00 210,000.00 2,981.82 ... 9,779.50 Above City cemetery
4,356.80 Utah County lands 3,280.00 Brighton Farm 1,828.00 Hot Springs Lake
And Ordinances and Resolutions of the City Council, Also Organic Act of the
Territory of Utah Salt Lake City (Utah). council , and ... A Resolution to En close
Great Salt Lake City Cemetery and to make as Appropriation therefor . Be it
This undergraduate thesis in Integrated Studies posits that the beliefs in eternal family and eternal life of the earliest Mormon pioneers in Utah are reflected in the Salt Lake Cemetery itself, namely in its location, its orderly grid ...
Author: Kaitlyn Craig
This undergraduate thesis in Integrated Studies posits that the beliefs in eternal family and eternal life of the earliest Mormon pioneers in Utah are reflected in the Salt Lake Cemetery itself, namely in its location, its orderly grid layout, and the groupings by family of graves and plots.
UTAH Organizes State Association On April 8 , representatives of fifteen cemeteries throughout the State of Utah , including the Mayor of Salt Lake City ,
Farmington , Richfield and Tremonton , were represented at the first state
New York City . Mrs . Julia Cooley Altrocchi ' s new best - seller , " The
Spectacular San Franciscans " , is recently off the ... died October 11 , 1887 , at
his home in Brighton , Salt Lake County , Utah ; buried in Salt Lake City Cemetery
; married ...
Author: Utah academy of sciences, arts and letters, Salt Lake cityPublish On: 1940
Utah academy of sciences, arts and letters, Salt Lake city. 69 171 ) ( 73 ) ... Salt Lake City , Utah — one mile above Memory Grove , City Creek Canyon . ... Salt Lake City , Utah - gully north of Wasatch Boulevard , just west of City Cemetery .
Author: Utah academy of sciences, arts and letters, Salt Lake city
The gratis service got national exposure when Peery accepted aŋ invitation to go
to New York City and be interviewed on ... 3 , 1853 [ Ogden 3rd Ward records ) ;
died May 12 , 1936 , Salt Lake City , Utah [ Ogden City Cemetery records ) .
William Thompson (abt. 1720-1797) married Jane Buchanan in County Down, Ireland. She died and he married Lydia Graham (1743-1830) and immigrated to Tazewell County, Virginia. Descendants, relatives and allied families lived in Virginia, Arkansas, California, Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee, Utah and elsewhere. Some descendants joined the LDS Church in the 1870's.
CITY CEMETERY , main entrance NE . corner 4th Ave. and N St. , a monument -
dotted hillside area of 267 acres , is truly a city of the dead , with marked ... Salt Lake City Airport 13TH W. 4TH NORTH ST . втн 9TH WEST N SALT LAKE CITY
Author: Writers' Program (Utah)
Publisher: North American Book Distributors, LLC
Utah: A Guide To The State of the American Guide Series written by the FWP reviews the history of Utah.
Ogden City Cemetery . LEWIS A. ALLEN — b . Mar. 9 , 1840 , Tenn . , enl . 7th
Tenn . Cavalry . d . Sept. 17 , 1897 , Salt Lake City , bur . Mt. Olivet Cemetery .
Samuel E. ALLEN — b . Aug. 21 , 1834 , England , enl . Jan. 11 , 1864 , Ft .
Burial Salt Lake City Cemetery . The Tribune . Salt Lake City UT . Tuesday , 2 Jan
1968 Lester N. OSWALD COALVILLE , Summit County , Lester N. OSWALD , 62 ,
Coalville , died of natural causes Dec. 31 in a Salt Lake hospital . Born July 7.
Author: Bill Lee
One of eleven full-name indexed books containing thumbnail sketches of county courthouse records for the surnames OSWALD and OSWALT. This book includes abstracts of marriage records, civil and criminal court records, probate records, birth records, and interesting articles from newspapers and local histories from the states of Nebraska, Utah and Wyoming. Designed for the serious OSWALD and/or OSWALT researcher, one will not find more information on the surnames OSWALD and OSWALT for the states researched in any one place, and most assuredly will provide some missing links to your special family history for either of these two names, or related families.
Author: Frederick Chester SorensenPublish On: 1964
He was buried in the Salt Lake City Cemetery . Francis Marion was married to
Sarah Elizabeth Williams 1 Aug . 1890 in Salt Lake City . They are the parents of
five children , all of whom lived to maturity except the first , Francis Lynn , who
Author: Frederick Chester Sorensen
Category: Baker family
Simon Baker was born 18 October 1811 in West Winfield, Herkimer Co., New York. He was the son of Benjamin Baker and Rebecca Thorn. Simon was baptized a member of the LDS Church 16 April 1839 and he married five times. His first wife (Mercy Young) moved with him to Nauvoo, Illinois and later died somewhere near Montrose, Iowa. In Nauvoo, Simon married Charlotte Leavitt and later they moved with the Mormon pioneers to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake. Simon was the father of 24 known children and died 22 October 1863 in Mendon, Utah. Descendants lived primarily in Utah and elsewhere.
Note : The birding experience may be somewhat compromised by the fact that
Hansen Hollow is a prime area for east - side Salt Lake City residents to run their
dogs . City Cemetery : Many species in Utah carry out altitudinal migrations : they
Author: Paul Lehman
Category: Bird watching
The vast expanse of North America is home to more than 800 bird species, spread across an amazing variety of habitats. A Birder's Guide to Metropolitan Areas is the first guide to cover North America city-by-city. The book's birding trips visit most of the major habitats on the continent, among them some of the best birding sites in the U.S. and Canada. The more than 400 sites described include close-in urban parks and preserves as well as more-distant locations up to two hours from the downtown center. Whether birding for two hours or an entire day, the birder will find specific directions and 160 maps to the most desirable birding sites in and around each city. Cities covered are Albuquerque, Atlanta, Boston, Buffalo/Niagara, Calgary, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, Detroit, Halifax, Houston, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Memphis, Miami, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Montréal, New Orleans, New York City, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, St. Louis, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, Vancouver, Washington, DC, and Winnipeg. Each chapter was authored by a local birding expert (or team of experts), and was compiled and edited by Paul Lehman, former editor of ABA's Birding magazine and one of North America's most traveled and most knowledgeable birders. This comprehensive guide to finding birds in North America's cities and environs will greatly aid any birder's search for breeding, wintering, and migrant species, vagrants, and other sought-after birds. A Birder's Guide to Metropolitan Areas contains advice and directions for finding such species as Harlequin Duck, Snail Kite, Gyrfalcon, Spruce Grouse, White-tailed Ptarmigan, Yellow Rail, Rock Sandpiper, Atlantic Puffin, Northern Hawk Owl, Great Gray Owl, Red-cockaded and Three-toed Woodpeckers, Yellow-billed Magpie, California Gnatcatcher, Bicknell's Thrush, Le Conte's Thrasher, Cerulean and Swainson's Warblers, Baird's and Saltmarsh Sharp-tailed Sparrows, and many more.