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Mormon Stories[]

Stories from early LDS Church History.

  1. Mary Elizabeth Rollins (1818-1913) - Autobiography - eyewitness account of the mob raids in 1831 Missouri.
  2. First Missionary Journey of Samuel Smith - Conversion of the Young and Richard Families.
  3. David Fullmer (1803-1879) - survivor of Haun's Mill Massacre
  4. Patty Bartlett "Mother" Sessions - mid-wife during trek west, kept extensive diaries.
  5. John Murdock (1760-1858) - Father of twins adopted by Joseph and Emma Smith.
  6. Orson Hyde (1805-1878) - Mission to the Holy Land
  7. William B Smith (1811-1893) - Younger brother of the prophet Joseph - homelife stories
  8. Smith Family Cemetery
  9. Families of Haun's Mill -
  10. Mormon Battalion
  11. Zion's Camp (1834)


Shared Famous Cousins[]

Famous Cousin Relationships for User:MainTour

George Ludlow Ancestry[]

Earliest direct common ancestors shared between Donna and myself.

Romney/Pratt/Kimball[]

Common Cousins between my wife and myself.

  1. Miles Park Romney (1843-1904) - Famous Mormon Pioneer & Great-Grandfather to US Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney - Many connections to prominent political-religious-scientific leaders. Romney Family Ancestry -

Sanderson / Pixton Family[]

Manwaring[]

  • Eliza Bridget Manwaring (1821-1866)


Famous Cousins : Hall Family[]

  1. Moses Warren (BRH, RRH, SAHall, CAHall, AJReid, SPrentiss, PWarren, MWarren) - List of Famous Descendants, Cousins and Ancestors - Colonial American Immigrants, Salem Witch Trials, King Philip's War.


Famous Cousins : Richey/Chapman[]

  1. Benjamin Chapman - (BRH /RBR / LMRichey, MAChapman, WChapman2, WChapman1, BChapman) - List of famous descendants, cousins and ancestors.
  2. Peter Fullmer (1774-1857) - (BRH, RBR, RLKnudsen, RSChapman, RAFullmer, DFullmer, PFullmer) - List of famous descendants and cousins and ancestors. His son David Fullmer (1803-1879) was called in LDS D&C 124:132 to the Kirtland High Council, was a survivor of the Hans Mill massacre, sat with Joseph Smith in Carthage Jail and later president of the Salt Lake LDS Stake.
  3. John Tilley (1571-1621) - Mayflower Pilgrim (11th GGF) - Died in first winter- (BRH /RBR / LMRichey, MAChapman, WChapman2, WChapman1, SAmidon2, SAmidon1, EHunkins, THunkins, HChipman, HHowland, ETilley, JTilley)
  4. Joan Hurst (1568-1621) - Mayflower Pilgrim (11th GGM) - Wife of John Tilley / Died in first winter.
  5. John Howland (1592-1672) - Mayflower Pilgrim (10th GGF) - (BRH /RBR / LMRichey, MAChapman, WChapman2, WChapman1, SAmidon2, SAmidon1, EHunkins, THunkins, HChipman, HHowland, JHowland)
  6. Elizabeth Tilley (1607-1687) - Mayflower Pilgrim (10th GGM) - Wife of John Howland
  7. Lt Samuel Amidon (1742-1819) - American Revoltionary War Veteran (6th GGF) - (BRH /RBR / LMRichey, MAChapman, WChapman2, WChapman1, SAmidon2, SAmidon1)
  8. Miles, Samuel (1826-1910) - Mormon Battalion Veteran -
    1. ( PMarks, SAGoodrich, EGoodrich, WGoodrich1)
    2. (BRH/ RBR / LMRichey, MAChapman, WChapman, SARisley, AMatson, AMGoodrich, WGoodrich1)
  9. William Marks (1792-1872) - 1st President LDS Nauvoo Stake and helped to found the RLDS Church (Community of Christ)
    1. ( SAGoodrich, EGoodrich, WGoodrich1)
    2. (BRH/ RBR / LMRichey, MAChapman, WChapman, SARisley, AMatson, AMGoodrich, WGoodrich1)
  10. Levi Ward Hancock (1803-1882) - LDS General Authority who went on Mormon Battalion March. Married Emily Melissa Richey (1830-1857) as plural wife. Sister to James Richey (1821-1890)
    1. (BRH / RBR / LMRichey, JMRichey, JRichey)
  11. Gov. Richard Bennett (1609-1675) - (BRH/ RBR / LMRichey, JMRichey, LMangum, JMangum3, JMangum2, WMangum, FSBennett, RBennett2, RBennett1) - Governor of colonial Virginia (1652-1655).
  12. John Rodman (1615-1686) - (BRH/ RBR / LMRichey, MAChapman, MAPotter, APotter, EVaughan, CGodfrey, CDavis, JDavis, MRodman, JRodman) - Englishman bannished from country for insulting the judge by wearing a hat to court, he settles a plantation in Barbados. His daughter migrates to New York.
  13. Arnold Potter (1804-1872) - (BRH/ RBR / LMRichey, MAChapman, MAPotter, APotter) - while sailing on a mission to Australia, he bangs his head too hard and becomes convinced that he is the next messiah. His wife and family leave him, including Mary Adeline Potter (1854-1874), the first anglo child born at the Mormon settlement in San Bernadino.
  14. Mervyn Sharp Bennion (1888-1941) - Captain of the USS West Virginia who died in the attack of Pearl Harbor. His only son had married LaRee Stradling (1925-1999), daughter of Emily Elizabeth Richey (1900-1952).
  15. Uriah Marvin (1742-1779) - (BRH / RBR / RLKnudsen, RSChapman, RAFullmer, RAMarvin, ZMarvin, UMarvin) - Uriah and his family barely escaped from the Wyoming Valley Massacre of 03 July 1778 of the Revolutionary War. He returned subsequently for battle, but died shortly afterwards.

Fullmer/Pixton Marriage[]

  1. Gladys Fullmer (1899-1992) - ( GTFullmer, EBFullmer, DFullmer) - m. Norton Ray Pixton - c 1924
  2. Norton Ray Pixton (1884-1955)- WCPixton, RPixton) - m. Gladys Fullmer
  3. (BRH/ RBR / RLKnudsen, RSChapman, RAFullmer, DFullmer)

Adair Family[]

  1. Crawford Marion Gates (1921) - LDS Hymn Composer ( LAdair, JGAdair, GWAdair, TAdair, ...)
  2. John Wesley Adair (1820-1903) - Wesley Adair was a private in the Mormon Battalion, Company C marching with his nephew, Benjamin Richey (1823-1849). He also served a mission in 1863 with Jacob Hamblin to the Hopi Indians of Northern Arizona.

Famous Cousins : Sanders[]

Allred Family[]

A large group of the Allred Family was living at their newly founded Salt River settlement in 1831, was located 15 miles east of present day Paris, Missouri and only a few miles southeast of Florida, in Eastern Missouri. Here they were visited by a pair of famous Mormon missionaries - Hyrum Smith (1800-1844) and John Murdock (1760-1858) in August 4, 1831. They stayed one week and taught the gospel to the Allreds, but they were not baptized until a year later (1832) when visited by George M. Hinkle.

The settlement here would be called the Salt River Branch and was a major stop over point for Zions Camp 1834 in the summer of 1834. This family's activity probably influenced one of their cousins, Moses Martin Sanders (1803-1878), living across the state in Illinois to join the Mormon Church in 1835.

There are lots of prominent Allred's in the Mormon church.

See also James Allred Immigrant Ancestors.

  1. James Allred (1784-1876) - Zions Camp Veteran - Son of William Allred (1756-1808) -
    1. DSH - (FGS / LWSanders, MMSanders2, MMSanders1, MAllred, WAllred)
    2. Allred, James (1784-1876) - Zions Camp Veteran and kidnapped in July 1840 by Missouri mobbers (brother to Mary Allred (1783-1820) above.)
    3. Allred, J.R. (1827-1872) - Mormon Battalion Veteran (1846), Veteran Tragedy Springs (1848), Veteran Black Hawk War (1866), never married.
    4. Allred, J.T.S. (1825-1905) - Mormon Battalion Veteran
    5. Allred, Isaac (1813-1859) - Zions Camp Veteran - son of James above
    6. Allred, M.C. (1806-1840) - Zions Camp Veteran - son of James above
    7. Allred, R.N. (1822-1905) - ( IAllred, WAllred, ...) - nephew - Mormon Battalion Quartermaster, 1852 Sandwich Islands missionary, 1856 handcart company rescue.
    8. Allred, Rulon Clark (1906-1977) - ( BHAllred2, BHAllred1, WMAllred, IAllred, WAllred, ...) - leader of breakaway LDS Polygamous Sect, assasinated in 1977 by rival sect.
    9. Allred, R.W. (1827-1916) - Mormon Battalion Veteran - son of Martin Carrel Allred
    10. Allred, W.P. (1818-1912) - Pioneer Doctor - son of James above.
    11. Ivie, Richard A (1826-1892) - Mormon Battalion Veteran - cousin of Ivie & Allred's. married 1st cousin Jane Allred. After he registered to join the Battalion, their family held a council and decided to send his father, James Russell Ivie (1802-1866) to serve in his place, which he did because Richard had just barely married.

Sanders Family[]

  1. Moses Sanders (1742-1817) - Baptist Preacher/Church Planter in early Northern Georgia.
    1. DSH - (FGS / LWSanders, MMSanders2, MMSanders1, DSanders, MSanders) -
  2. Sanders, L.W. (1897-1989) - ( MMSanders2, MMSanders1, MAllred, William Allred (1756-1808), ...) - Volunteer in US Army Cavalry, went with Pershing to pursue Pancho Villa's raiders in 1912-16.
  3. Sanders, Martin F (1874-1957) - ( MMSanders1, ...) - LDS Missionary to Samoa for almost six years (1899-1904), and president of that mission for the last 2 years.
  4. Sanders, M.M. (1803-1878) - (nephew of James, MAllred, William Allred (1756-1808), ...) - Utah pioneer who helped settle St. George.
  5. Sanders, M.M. (1853-1926) - ( MMSanders1, MAllred, William Allred (1756-1808), ...) - Mormon Pioneer who helped settled Colonia Diaz in Mexico, before Pancho Villa forced them back to US in 1912.
  6. Sanders, R.T. (1828-1858) - ( MMSanders1, MAllred, William Allred (1756-1808), ...) - Mormon Battalion Veteran, killed by Indians in California.

Cheney Family[]

  1. Brigham Young (1801-1877) 2nd President of LDS Church
    1. Silas Lavell Cheney (1893-1971) - md Granddaughter of Brigham Young - ( DCheney, Elam Cheney)
    2. Klara Young (1894-1994) - Granddaughter that lived to age 100 - ( Brigham Young, Jr, Brigham Young)
  2. Francis Brewster (1598-1646) - English immigrant lost at Sea on Lamberton's Phamtom Ship in famous poem of Longfellow and legend made by Rev Cotton Mather - (DTH, DSH, FS, LWSanders, EECheney, ECheney, MTuthill, SWells, MBrewster, TBrewster, NBrewster, FBrewster)


Hall Family Trees[]

  • CUMORAH HALL - 45% Colonial English(?) / 50% English (mid-19th Century)
    • HALL - 100% English
    • WOOD - 100% English
    • REID - ??
    • PRENTISS
      • Prentiss - ??
      • Warren/Nurse - 30/32 Colonial English - 2/32 Scottish
  • ELNA CHRISTENSEN - 100% DANISH -
    • CHRISTENSEN - 100% Danish
    • MICKKELSEN - 100% Danish
  • ARTHUR SPARKS - 100% ENGLISH (Late 19th Century)
  • SARAH STEBBEDS - 100% ENGLISH (Late 19th Century)

Richey Family Trees[]

  • JM RICHEY : Scotch-Irish & English
    • William Richey: Richey/ Belton/ Adair/ Brown (Scotch-Irish & English
    • John Mangum: Mangum/ Lewis / Canida/ Summer - Colonial Virginia
  • MA CHAPMAN : Irish & English & Welsh
  • CM KNUDSEN - 100% DANISH
    • Knudsen - 100% Danish
    • Nielsen - 100% Danish
  • RS CHAPMAN - ??% ENGLISH / ? Irish / 25% GERMAN
    • Chapman: Chapman/ Wilson/ Amidon/ Wood -colonial New England
    • Elisha Risley: Risley/ Damon/ Matson/ Goodrich - Colonial New England
    • Fullmer - 100% German
    • Zera Marvin: Marvin/ Newbitt/ Williams/ Soverhill ??

Sanders Family Trees[]

  • MM SANDERS
    • Moses Sanders: Sanders/ Jones/ Hamilton / Kinkade
    • Allred ??: Allred/ Twiggs / Thrasher / Page
    • Faucett - English ?
    • McKee - Ireland ?
  • EE CHENEY -
    • Benjamin Cheney: Cheney/ Stewart/ Hubbard / Neal - Colonial English
    • Selah Wells: Wells/ Reeves/ Tuthill/ Wells - Colonial English
    • Wimmer - New England / France / German / English /
    • Hendricks - Pennsylvania / Dutch / ???
  • JENS MORTENSEN - 100% DANISH - Danish Immigrant
  • EM HAWKINS - 100% ENGLISH - Daughter of English immigrants

Leicht Family Tree[]

  • 100% 20th Century German Immigrants
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