|Donna Brizzee Ford (#46784698)|
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|I am the GG-Granddaughter of Henry Willard Brizzee, Mormon Battalion member. I've been researching Henry Willard Brizzee and Ann Long Didsbury Brizzee for 27 years. |
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|Lisa DG||RE: Relationship to Emily Amanda Rockwell?|
Donna, I found the 2006 article in the Salt Lake Tribune "Clues Led Rockwell kin to SLC Cemetery".
The article makes it sound like Emily Amanda Rockwell is your great great grandmother. Must have been a mistake in the article. It says you were looking for her for her since the 1970s.
There is another woman mentioned in the article, Arlene Hepworth, of Kaysville, who is also a great great grand daughter. Are you aware of her?
I am still searching for folks who may know about the homestead in Etna, Utah where Emily Amanda Rockwell made her home, and the cabin site is called the Tyrell Cabin.
The article is found at this link:
Added by Lisa DG on Oct 03, 2012 4:59 PM
|Lisa DG||Relationship to Emily Amanda Rockwell?|
Donna, are you the great-great grand daughter of Henry Willard Brizzee and Ann Long Didsbury or Henry and Emily Amanda Rockwell?
Added by Lisa DG on Oct 03, 2012 1:09 PM
|Lisa DG||Looking for more information on Tyrell Cabin Burials|
I tried your email, but it bounced. I am working on a cemetery directory for the Bear River Heritage Area, which includes Grouse Creek and Etna, in northwest Box Elder County. There is quite a bit of speculation on some burials out there, some of which are supposed to be of Emily Amanda Rockwell and her family. Especially the Tyrell Cabin burials, and who is actually still buried out there. I would appreciate it if you are still available, to let me know what you might know.
Bear River Heritage Area
Added by Lisa DG on Oct 03, 2012 1:06 PM
|duck duck goose||RE: Otsego Cemetery|
I don't get up to Otsego much these days, but the next time I do I will try to remember to snap a new pic.
I photographed about 70 percent on the cemetery (batteries went flat). Are there any others up there that you need??
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