|Mary and Campbell (#46896975)|
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My husband and I love to do genealogy research and get to know our ancestors who have left us such a great legacy. |
My sisters spend a great deal of time researching my dad's side of the family (Britton, Waters, Reno, Lightle...), so I have chosen to research primarily on my mother's line (Wilde and Clark ancestors). Most of my ancestors in that line came to America from Hampshire and Derbyshire, England in the mid 1800s with the LDS Pioneers and settled in Coalville, Utah and Carey, Idaho. Some of the main surnames I am researching are Wilde, Clark, Cherry, Snelgrove, Staley, Huffman, Stallings, Booth, Lythgoe, Carruth, Frost, Gunn, Jensen, Norton, Peterson, Shaw, and Barber. I am always looking for photos, histories and documents on these lines or others marrying into them if anyone has something they'd like to share.
We visited the Coalville Cemetery in July 2009 where many of my ancestors are buried. We photographed the stones there and I am gradually getting them editted and posting them on findagrave. I am also working on a complete burial index for Coalville in a spreadsheet format that includes each person's birth place and date, as well as their death and burial dates and plot number. It is not yet complete, but I plan to update it as I get more of it completed.
For many histories and photos on my mother's ancestors, please visit my website Ancestors of Shirley Mae Wilde.
Campbell's line includes such surnames as Birch, Dayton, Fuller, White, Andersen, Jensen, and Kellar. Some of Campbell's ancestors came to America in the 1800s with the LDS Pioneers, but others came much earlier on the Mayflower, and one relative even was one of the signers of the U.S. Constitution! Some areas that his ancestors settled were Fountain Green, Ephraim and Manti, Utah and also Shelly, Idaho and Overton, Nevada.
For more information on Campbell's Birch/Dayton/Cooper line, please visit his website Ancestors of Parley Birch Jr.
If you visit our websites, don't forget to sign our guestbooks or send us a message directly! We love to hear from our "cousins"!
If you would like a copy of any photos that we have posted on findagrave, in their original size, or would like additional info or have info to share with us, don't hesitate to contact us!
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|Peggy Andreasen||Gege Henry Peterson|
I am the great granddaughter of GH Peterson through his third wife. My Grandfather was Jesse Y Peterson. Would you like additional information on GH Peterson's other marriage and children? I live near Ogden Utah and remember visiting the Coalville cemetery on memorial day to clean the graves and leave flowers. New headstones have been added since then.
|Loretta Evans||RE: Wrong Photograph on Cecelia Pherson Wilde|
If you go to https://familysearch.org, and go to LZLY-XT2 Eliza Phillips, this photograph is posted there. Someone named Ken Tomlin posted the photograph. He does leave an e-mail: email@example.com. You might check with him. I don't have any personal knowledge of the photograph. In fact, she is my husband's ancestor. I could easily be wrong. I hope that helps.
|Loretta Evans||Wrong Photograph on Cecelia Pherson Wilde|
I'm most grateful for all you have done for the Coalville, Utah, Cemetery. I've found one mistake. You have a photograph for Cecelia Pherson Wilde #73476. The picture is really Eliza Phillips, the first wife of William Wilde, not his second wife.
-- Loretta Evans
We are distantly related!
|Eldon Clark||RE: Clark Ancestry|
|Eldon Clark||RE: Clark Ancestry|
We could be related. My Clarks were also Mormon Pioneers from England they came right after the wagon trains but were pioneers of Bear Lake County Idaho.
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|l. munro||Alanson & Sylvia (Lewis) Walker, Mooers, New York|
Have info on Sylvia Lewis from geneology I have. findagrave.com, memorial # 65324035.
Her parents are James Lewis 1755-abt1827 & Trypenia Barber 1753-abt 1815. Tryphenia was born in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut to parents Gideon Barber 1723-1787 & Anna Gillet.
Gideon saw Revolutionary War Service during the first 3 years of the war, and also in December 1778, from Manchester, in Capt. Gideon Ormsby's Company. Gideon and his brother David (#36) were volunteers to help build a "free bridge" across the Rivulet (Farmington River) in Windsor, at the ferry, in 1749.
After Gideon's death Elias Gilbert became guardian of two of Gideon's children, Abijah and Levi, minors, at Manchester 23 Feb 1788. A court record in 1767 shows that Gideon appeared to complain of being beaten up by Augustin DRAKE, and to ask for 20 shillings compensation for this. It was decided that Augustin DRAKE should be arrested. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Lure of the Litchfield Hills; CT church rec; VT Barbers; Jerijah Barber Manuscript; Stiles:Windsor; CT Hist Soc:LBBarbour Manuscript; Vital rec:Manchester and Richmond VT; Land rec:Manchester VT, 1787: Gideon to Martin; Gideon's Estate, 1787, Manchester; Bailey; Windsor Hist Soc:Filer Gen,1991,Arnold; Corresp:Judith Hutchinson; Barbour Index; Avery Gen ~]
Gideon & Anna's genealogy can be found, on probably, many websites
Added by l. munro on Mar 02, 2014 3:23 PM
|Chesnut/Behunin Descendant||RE: John Staley|
THANK YOU SOOOOOO VERY MUCH.
|Smallantique||Hannah E Clarke Cherry|
I see Hannah listed in the Carey Cemetery in 1895 the Carey Pioneer Cemetery was the only cemetery so that is where she would be buried.
|Doris ||RE: William Carruth|
Thank you,Mary. I appreciate your efforts in cleaning up a mistake. Thank you for transferring Williams site to me, it means a great deal to me. I hope to be going to Utah this summer to show my grandchildren how to do headstone rubbings in the Coalville cemetery. Thanks again, Doris Carruth Housel
Added by Doris on Apr 22, 2013 12:35 PM
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