Pioneer Ancestry

Researching the genealogy of Jacob F. Francom


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1801 With sister married brothers Anderson, Helena (I11728)
1802 Witnesses were: Peter Clark and Carmen Amouroux Family F24582333
1803 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F24582801
First Name: Alma Pettersen
Last Name: Sommervold
Ethnicity: Norwegian, Scand.
Last Place of Residence: Trondhiem, Norway
Date of Arrival: Oct 07, 1919
Age at Arrival: 21y
Gender: F
Marital Status: S
Ship of Travel: Stavangerfjord
Port of Departure: Christiania
Manifest Line Number: 0030 
PETTERSEN, Alma Camille (I13067)
1805 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F24582990
1806 You're looking for Albert - I'm looking for his sister Antje! IGI lists
Albert as son of John Berdan and Margrietje... I don't have a source for
Antje (she m. Roelof van Houten c 1784). There is a Margaret Berdan, who
I believe isJohn's wife, who is buried in Van Houten burying ground near
Lincoln Bridge (per my grandmother), d. 21 Dec 1799, age
69yrs/5mo/15days(i.e.,b. 6 July 1730). A Margaret Hennion, according to
IGI, was bp. 5 July 1730, Acquakanonk.
Gen Forum posting 
HENNION, Margrietje (I12599)
1807 ZERA PULSIPHER'S SERMON (by Wilford Woodruff)

The first sermon that I ever heard in this Church was in 1833, by old father Zera Pulsipher, who died in the south, after having lived to be considerably over eighty years old. That sermon was what I had prayed for from my childhood. When I heard it I had a testimony for myself that it was true. I received it with every sentiment of my heart. He preached in a schoolhouse upon a farm that we owned in Oswego County, New York. He opened the door for any remarks to be made. The house was crowded. The first thing I knew I stood on top of a bench before the people, not knowing what I got up for. But I said to my neighbors and friends, "I want you to be careful what you say as touching these men (there were two of them) and their testimony, for they are servants of God, and they have testified unto us the truth-- principles that I have been looking for from my childhood.

I went forth and was baptized. I was ordained a teacher. I was always sorry that I was not a deacon first, for I had a desire to bear the priesthood in its various degrees, as far as I was worthy. I had a desire for years, not only to hear the gospel, but to have the privilege and power of preaching it to my fellow men. I was a miller by trade, and I spent many a midnight hour in the mill calling upon the Lord for light and truth, and praying that I might hear the gospel of Christ, and be able to teach it to my fellow men. I rejoiced in it when I did receive it. MS 53:627 (1891).  
Pulsipher, Zerah (I145)
1808 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Caine, P.S. (I9539)

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