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Title Fitzgerald Famly Stories
Personal Names Fitzgerald, John W., 1907-1998
Creator Fitzgerald, John W., 1907-1998
Date Digital 2004-06-24
Type Text; Image
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Language eng
Rights Management Digital Images copyright 2004, Univerity of Utah. All rights reserved.
Scanning Technician Charles Nielson
Metadata Cataloger Charles Nielson
ARK ark:/87278/s6k0727d
Setname uum_jwfc
Date Created 2005-09-12
Date Modified 2017-09-11
ID 204348
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6k0727d

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Title uu_fitzgerald2_p005
Description ¦ FAMILY HISTORY mother. Ethel Erina ffinni.q.q "Fi t 1 rl tho • rla no- h t. a t> that many riper years should honor her iudgment. and that of Annie Garfieid and. John Hehftr was hnrn April the younger should look to her for guidance by example a: I876 in Draper, Utah. She is of English descent: her as well as by precept. ancestors having left^England about 1850. We find such We feel that her blessings are being fulfilled, for peoples as the G-arfields. Cherringtons, Snnisst and the she has wox-iced in the Sunday School, the Primary, Ass*n, Boulters comprising her ancestry. The latter are espec- The "YWMIA, and she is now President of tiie Relief Society. ia ^talented in music and were known in England as master Although my mother has never served as a of the art. in the field, her .life has been one nf -fathpr rlifir! -whan whfi hut. 1-k- nl rl in the horqe and in the Church. She was- chosen a_s second Having been left in destitute circumstances, mother was counselor to Augusta Rawlins, in the Draper Y.VMIA, Nov. 9, able to obtain but six months of schooling until she was 1896, which office she held until Oct. 1, 1901 when she nine years, of age. Her early education was gained at was chosen as first counselor tn the;, p-pfi.girip.nf-. Draper under the tutorshir. of Ilrs. Leah Day Fitzgerald. was called to act as secretary nf the Sunday J.R.Alien. Barnard Stewart end others. In .1 P94 she entire in Oct.. l896 and held this office for two the University of Utah, continued her schooling in that also secretary of the Draper South Side Primary for two institution for two years. years, having been chosen in the spring of 1896. From Aug. MotherTs occupations have consisted of clerking. 4, 1899 until Sept. 7. 1902. Mother was a memhp.r nf thp. soliciting, dressmaking, and at present she is engaged Jordan Stake YIMIA Traveling library. On Sept. 73 19OP; in one of the greatest work of all - that of homeiaaking. Mother was set apart by W.R. Snow as President nf thp. The two things Mother en.iovs doing most, however, are Bra per Y.I..fc«I»A« from which offioe whe wan nnt raising flowers and calling on the weak and sorrow-striken from until Feb. 24-, 1907. She was chosen as President of fin p. nf th fi rnnwt i nt i nxy thincrg in n-nr rtint h fir1 T the Draper Primary Oct. 20, 1919 and v/as set apart for this life is the fulfillment of her patriarchal blessings. Her office by Bishop M.S. Andrus. She was released from this f i r.qf. hi t r*i h p r as & c\ h i 1 r\ h \r Vtf. Jnhn office June 10, 192g. On Oct. 11, 1925 Mother was set Smith. second blessing by the Patriarch nf the Ghnrp.h . From y Dr. C. C. .Tfinnp.n; vihn was a member of the Jordan Stake ~PUh nnnnr.ii these two blessings, we find thst she is of the lineage of the Dreiser Relief Society which of fi p.p. h Of Ephraim. Shp v;mr prnni kpH that ]Pihnr in thp. On Sett." 20 f 1906 If; nt, h e. r* mnrrJP.n r-y '¦¦ri.lli"ffl n nf thp ynnt.h; sit, in the nouncil among the older Fitzgerald, a Dreper boy. Four months afterward. Father
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Setname uum_jwfc
Date Created 2005-09-12
Date Modified 2005-09-12
ID 204315
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6k0727d/204315