Pioneer Ancestry

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PETTERSEN, Dagmar
PETTERSEN, Dagmar
 
 
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PETTERSEN, Dagmar
PETTERSEN, Dagmar
 
 
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PETTERSEN, Dagmar: 275 Kelsey Avenue, Salt Lake City
PETTERSEN, Dagmar: 275 Kelsey Avenue, Salt Lake City
 
 
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PETTERSEN, Dagmar?
PETTERSEN, Dagmar?
 
 
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SANDERS, Rebecca
SANDERS, Rebecca
Photograph of the original on display at the Fairview Museum 
 
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SANDERS, Rebecca Ann
SANDERS, Rebecca Ann
 
 
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SANDERS, Rebecca: dish collection
SANDERS, Rebecca: dish collection
Located at Fairview Museum 
 
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SANDERSON Sisters
SANDERSON Sisters
 
 
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SANDERSON, David, Dora & DeReta
SANDERSON, David, Dora & DeReta
 
 
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SANDERSON, DeReta
SANDERSON, DeReta
 
 
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SANDERSON, DeReta
SANDERSON, DeReta
 
 
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SANDERSON, Henry Weeks
SANDERSON, Henry Weeks
Photograph of the original on display at the Fairview Museum 
 
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SANDERSON, Henry Weeks
SANDERSON, Henry Weeks
 
 
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SANDERSON, Henry Weeks
SANDERSON, Henry Weeks
 
 
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SANDERSON, Henry Weeks
SANDERSON, Henry Weeks
 
 
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SANDERSON, Henry Weeks: home
SANDERSON, Henry Weeks: home
 
 
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SANDERSON, Lucinda with Buena Anderson, Helen Tillotson, Karen Francom
SANDERSON, Lucinda with Buena Anderson, Helen Tillotson, Karen Francom
 
 
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SANDERSON, Lucinda: 50th wedding anniversary photo
SANDERSON, Lucinda: 50th wedding anniversary photo
 
 
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SANDERSON: David, Dora & DeReta
SANDERSON: David, Dora & DeReta
Courtesy of DeReta Mathews 
 
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SNOOK, Cornelia
SNOOK, Cornelia
Photograph of the original at the Mt. Pleasant Museum, Sanpete, Utah 
 
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SNOOK, Rachel Cornelia
SNOOK, Rachel Cornelia
Courtesy of http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~larsenbrown 
 
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SQUIRES, Charles Porter
SQUIRES, Charles Porter
 
 
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SQUIRES, Porter: cabin
SQUIRES, Porter: cabin
"The Knudsen cabin, built by Porter Squires for Wilhelm and Laura Amelia Knudsen in 1855, was one of the first permanent structures in Brigham City. Located on the corner of First East and First South, the original cabin was 14' x 18'. It had a loft running the full length of the inside walls and was entered by means of a small, square, outside door just below the gable. Six of their thirteen children were born in the cabin during the years from 1856 to 1865.

"The cabin was moved to Rees Pioneer Park in 1929 where it could be preserved as a typical pioneer dwelling. The move cost $15.00. Charles Squires, son of the original builder, was hired to do some restoration work for $221.00. It was dedicated September 8, 1929.

"In 1993 Box Elder South Company of Daughters of Utah Pioneers made arrangements to lease enough land to form a yard around the cabin permitting removal of the 1948 cover which had largely obscured it from view. Renovation and restoration followed, including installation of a clay floor, cedar roof, and half-loft; planting of old-fashioned flowers in the yard; and furninshing the cabin with pioneer originals and replicas - all combining to create more fully the atmosphere of an 1855 pioneer home." (1855)

"The cabin was moved to its present location in Brigham Young Park on May 26, 2000. As their Centennial Project, the Box Elder South Company of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers chose to completely restore the cabin. Rotting logs were removed and replaced with new logs, the chilking was replaced inside and out, a wooden plank floor was installed, a chimney was built, and a working fireplace was finished. Rocks were brought to cover the foundation, and the landscaping efforts included planting trees and flowers. Hours of labor and prayers of many people have been expended in restoring this cabin to its present condition. The dedication was held on June 1, 2001." 
 
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STAKER, Eliza Jane
STAKER, Eliza Jane
Photograph of the original on display at the Mt. Pleasant Museum, Sanpete, Utah 
 
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STAKER, Eliza Jane
STAKER, Eliza Jane
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STAKER, Eliza Jane
STAKER, Eliza Jane
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STAKER, Nathan
STAKER, Nathan
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STAKER, NATHAN
STAKER, NATHAN
Photograph of the original on display at the Mt. Pleasant Museum, Sanpete, Utah. 
 
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TERRY, Thomas Sirls (1825)
TERRY, Thomas Sirls (1825)
 
 
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TERRY, Thomas Sirls: daughters
TERRY, Thomas Sirls: daughters
 
 
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THROOP, Harriet
THROOP, Harriet
 
 
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TILLOTSON, Charles
TILLOTSON, Charles
 
 
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TILLOTSON, Ephraim
TILLOTSON, Ephraim
 
 
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TILLOTSON, Helen
TILLOTSON, Helen
 
 
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TILLOTSON, Helen
TILLOTSON, Helen
 
 
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TILLOTSON, Helen & Joe
TILLOTSON, Helen & Joe
 
 
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TILLOTSON, Helen 4 generations
TILLOTSON, Helen 4 generations
 
 
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TILLOTSON, Helen ancestry
TILLOTSON, Helen ancestry
 
 
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TILLOTSON, Helen, Marion & Joe
TILLOTSON, Helen, Marion & Joe
 
 

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