|L Howard (#47160978)|
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|Nectere||John Miles, memorial number 40282791|
John Miles is the youngest child of Ann Mapplebeck and William Miles of Ecclesall-Bierslow, a parish in Yorkshire, England.
Two of John's older sisters had died as infants in England and only he and his sister, Jane, survived to travel with their parents to America in 1842.
They settled in Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois with other LDS immigrants. During the hardship and sickness that came to the Saints, the father and mother Miles both died in 1844 leaving John, 2 years old, and his sister Jane, 4.
These children were taken into the Nicholas Welch family and remained as members of the family from that time on. They came to the Salt Lake Valley in the Betz Company of wagons, arriving in September of 1852.
John lived until May 7, 1919, spending his entire life in the homes of the various members of the Welch family in Paradise Utah, since he never married. He passed away in Logan Utah, at the home of Martha Jane Welch Dunn.
Added by Nectere on Jan 20, 2015 10:20 AM
|Garry Piiparinen||Cornwell, Lenora|
I was looking through Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park's Cornwells and Lenora Cornwell was listed amongst them. I just took the name and burial place down. I am transferring her to you. You may have additional information.
Thank you for the cemetery photos you have uploaded. Please check out the one for #180264. Do you have a full view of the tombstone?
Added by Laurie on Oct 01, 2011 9:46 AM
|Kitty Whitlock||RE: Joseph England|
Thank you so very much for the extra work. I really appreciate it. Kitty
|Wes & Debi Grossnickle||Annie Anderson|
Thank you so much for your time.
Thanks for chasing after photos for me! I appreciate the service.
Added by Coleen on Aug 22, 2010 12:44 PM
|Burnt Almond Fudge||Priday|
thanks bunches for the great headstone photos
|Kitty Whitlock||Lydia England Smith|
Sorry about the prior message. Hit the wrong key. Thank you so much for taking the time to get this picture. It's really appreciated. Kitty
Thank you very much for getting the photo of Olger and Luella Birch's headstone. I appreciate it very much. These people are my husband's grandparents.
|Enid Jamison||Cowley & Curtis|
Thank you very much for taking these headstone pictures for me at the Logan Cemetery. I appreciate your help.
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