Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Phillips Camp Biographies, Major to Meeks

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Title Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Phillips Camp Biographies, Major to Meeks
Alternative Title Histories, Major-Meeks
Creator Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Phillips Camp
Contributor Van Epps, Leona Major; Anderson, Emily Maylin; Morgan, Ada McKinnon; Barton, Alice W.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1934-11-21; 1952-02-15
Date Digital 2013-04-18
Temporal Coverage approximately 1934-1952
Spatial Coverage Kaysville (Utah); Davis County (Utah)
Subject Frontier and pioneer life--Utah; Mormon pioneers--Emigration; Mormon women--Biography; Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Phillips Camp; Major, Virginia Faithful McMaster, 1850-1904; Major, William Duncomb, 1847-1925; Mansell, Rachel May, 1839-1923; Maylin, Hyrum Joseph, 1849-1937; Maylin, Mary Ann Dean, 1813-1899; Maylin, William, 1812-1877; McFerson, Dimon Runnells, 1809-1875; McFerson, Mary Ann Nease, 1824-1906; McLatchie, Edmund, 1842-1926; McLatchie, Samuel Russell, 1820-1906; McPhail, Jane McKinnon, 1820-1905; Meeks, Ann, 1808-1885; Meeks, Thomas, 1807-1891
Keywords Virginia Faithful McMaster Major; William Duncomb Major; Rachel May Mansell; Hyrum Joseph Maylin; Mary Ann Dean Maylin; William Maylin; Dimon Runnells McFerson; Mary Ann Nease McFerson; Edmund McLatchie; Samuel Russell McLatchie; Jane McKinnon McPhail; Ann Meeks; Thomas Meeks
Description The Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Phillips Camp biographies (circa 1940-1974) is a collection of biographical sketches of Utah pioneers submitted to the Phillips Camp, Daughters of Utah Pioneers, in Kaysville, Utah. The individual sketches give insight into the socioeconomic status of European, as well New World, converts to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during the nineteenth century. They contain biographical and genealogical information, as well as descriptions of experiences crossing the Atlantic to America and traveling across the plains to Utah. Minute details of pioneering life in Davis County, Utah, and other frontier outposts of settlement are illuminated. Described also are individual occupations and survival techniques along with information on offices held in, and services to, the church and the community. Biographies include: Virginia Faithful McMaster Major (1850-1904), 2 pages; William Duncomb Major (1847-1925), 2 pages; Rachel May Mansell (1839-n.d.), 2 pages; Hyrum Joseph Maylin (1849-n.d.), 5 pages; Mary Ann Dean Maylin (1813-1899), 2 pages; William Maylin (1812-1877), 2 pages; Dimon Runnells McFerson (1809-1875), 4 pages; Mary Ann Nease McFerson (1824-1906), 5 pages; Edmund McLatchie (1842-1926), 3 pages; Samuel Russell McLatchie (1820-1906), 3 pages; Jane McKinnon McPhail (1820-1905), 8 pages; Ann Meeks ((1808-1885), 1 page; Thomas Meeks (1807-1891), 1 page
Collection Number and Name Accn1439 Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Phillips Camp Biographies
Type Text
Genre Typescripts
Format application/pdf
Language eng
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Relation http://archiveswest.orbiscascade.org/ark:/80444/xv20547
Scanning Technician Niko Amaya;Tim Arnold; Halima Noor
Metadata Cataloger Halima Noor; Jeremy Myntti
File Name 1439_01_11.pdf
Conversion Specifications Original scanned on Epson Expression 10000 XL and saved as 400 ppi TIFF. Display image generated in CONTENTdm
ARK ark:/87278/s6r23zkc
Setname uum_dup
Date Created 2013-04-19
Date Modified 2013-08-30
ID 787123
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6r23zkc
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