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 William Franklin Pace, Sr

William Franklin Pace, Sr

Birth
Clarke County, Georgia, USA
Death 30 Oct 1876 (aged 70)
New Harmony, Washington County, Utah, USA
Burial New Harmony, Washington County, Utah, USA
Plot C-8
Memorial ID 53416 · View Source
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Died. At New Harmony, October 30, after a lingering illness, of neuralgia in the head, William Pace.

Deceased was born in Clark County, Georgia, July 3d, 1806; his parents emigrated to Tennessee, Rutherford County three years after, he embraced the Gospel in May, 1841: emigrated to Nauvoo in 1841., and suffered with the Saints in their persecutions: was called to be one of Brother Joseph Smith's police in 1843, and was ordained a seventy about the same time; emigrated to Council Bluffs, and furnished a son for the Battalion; afterward came with Brother Brigham Young's camp to the valleys in 1848, and was called on a mission to Provo: afterward moved to Spanish Fork, where he presided as Bishop; was called on a mission to Great Britain, which he honored for two years; was called on the Southern mission in 1862, and has since resided in New Harmony. He lived and died a Latter-day Saint, and was universally respected, and we trust will come forth in the first resurrection.

Deseret News, Vol. 25, Page 656 of the Semi-weekly edition; LDS FHL Microfilm # 026,595


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  • Maintained by: Bonnie Huish
  • Originally Created by: Utah State Historical Society
  • Added: 2 Feb 2000
  • Find A Grave Memorial 53416
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for William Franklin Pace, Sr (3 Jul 1806–30 Oct 1876), Find A Grave Memorial no. 53416, citing New Harmony Cemetery, New Harmony, Washington County, Utah, USA ; Maintained by Bonnie Huish (contributor 46938507) .