|Birth: ||Mar. 13, 1807|
|Death: ||Aug. 25, 1884|
Son of Noah Shurtliff & Lydia (Brown) Shurtliff
He had five wives and thirty-three children.
Oct. 20, 1827 Baptized into Baptist church.
Winter, 1827 Joined Cambellites under Sidney Rigdon.
Summer, 1829 Read of Joseph Smith finding the Golden Plates.
Fall, 1831 First heard of "Mormonism".
February,1832 First heard Joseph Smith speak.
Aug. 21, 1836 Baptized by Sylvester Smith in Kirtland, Ohio.
Confirmed by David Whitmer.
Dec. 15, 1836 Ordained an Elder at Kirtland, Ohio.
Dec. 6, 1837 Received a Patriarchal Blessing from Joseph Smith, Sr., in the
Dec. 9, 1838 Ordained a Seventy in Far West, Missouri.
Apr. 8, 1844 President of Seventh Quorum of Seventies in Nauvoo.
Jan. 20, 1846 Called with wife, Altamira, to officiate in Nauvoo Temple.
May 20, 1851 Left to cross the plains for Salt Lake City, Utah Territory.
Sep. 23, 1851 Arrived in Great Salt Lake City, Utah Territory.
May 17, 1873 Ordained a Patriarch by Orson Pratt, assisted by Brigham
Young, D.H. Wells, John Taylor, Wilford Woodruff, and F.D.
Richards, in Salt Lake City.
May 3, 1874 Joined the United Order in Salt Lake City.
Aug. 1, 1853 Elected to the Utah Territorial Legislature.
Jun. 11, 1855 Appointed Prosecuting Attorney of Weber County
Apr. 5, 1872 Delegate to Republican State Convention in Salt Lake City.
1824 First Sargeant in Ohio State Militia.
1838 Participated in the "Missouri War."
June, 1844 Captain of a Rifle Company in the Nauvoo Legion.
1856 Commanded the Silver Grays.
Apr. 22, 1857 Captain of Second Company of Infantry of Nauvoo Legion.
Sep. 29, 1857 Commander of Division 1 during Johnson's War.
Luman Shurtliff built an adobe house. Later Luman's son, Noah L. Shurtliff, made red brick by hand. A brickyard was later established, and there has been a brickyard in Harrisville ever since; local brick making has turned into a major business.
Relationship to Helen Rowe 3rd Great Grandfather
Mary Elizabeth Adams Shurtliff (1837 - 1873)
Altamira Gaylord Shurtliff (1816 - 1883)
Melissa A. Shurtliff Shurtliff (1833 - 1905)
Eunice Bagg Gaylord Shurtliff (1810 - 1845)*
Cynthia Noble Shurtliff (1806 - 1873)*
Haskell Vincent Shurtliff (1830 - 1906)*
Elsemina Emergene Shurtliff Shurtliff (1831 - 1881)*
Mary Elizabeth Shurtliff Taylor (1832 - 1914)*
Lewis Warren Shurtliff (1835 - 1922)*
Lydia Ann Shurtliff (1837 - 1837)*
Lydia Amanda Shurtliff (1838 - 1922)*
Jane Narcissa Shurtliff Taylor (1840 - 1924)*
Angeline Almeda Shurtliff West (1843 - 1910)*
Elizabeth Hatch Shurtliff Stewart (1843 - 1916)*
Noah Luman Shurtleff (1846 - 1892)*
Ezra N Shurtliff (1849 - 1927)*
Luman Elisha Shurtliff (1855 - 1937)*
Charles Vincent Shurtliff (1856 - 1930)*
Louisa Shurtliff Hancock (1856 - 1915)*
Cynthia Melissa Shurtliff Bingham (1857 - 1939)*
Samuel Darwin Shurtliff (1857 - 1858)*
Julia Adeline Shurtliff (1858 - 1858)*
Lovina Adams Shurtliff Wilson (1859 - 1935)*
Selah Andros Shurtliff (1861 - 1954)*
Lyman N. Shurtliff (1862 - 1927)*
Eunice Jane Shurtliff Dewey (1863 - 1912)*
Angelina Emily Shurtliff Bingham (1865 - 1917)*
Owen Haskell Shurtliff (1866 - 1866)*
Elsie Emergean Shurtliff Burrup (1871 - 1933)*
Ichabod Shurtliff (1873 - 1873)*
Ranson Luman Shurtliff (1874 - 1935)*
Ogden City Cemetery
Created by: Helen Rowe
Record added: Apr 09, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13900717
I've been reading your journal G'pa (5x). I'm so impressed with your work ethic, your integrity and determination, your dry sense of humor and candid approach to life. I'm honored to be descended from you.|
Marsha Grover Keller
Added: Jul. 29, 2013
Glen E. Carter
Added: Mar. 4, 2012
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