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t f i Ilnrlai wiro Invited out to dinner onu
it t iOi eliv uIlhehsllI illl not know tliut
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9 l elders sllll held tlicli alienee The
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t m dele and thought tlio >
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I The sinned itilto abashed when liny
J loiind out lain tluil the Kiicsts vvue
I ptJ Mormoni Imt Ihcv llstoncd iiltcntlvoly
to the explanrulons made b tho
D jl ciders and aic now Keielil fillmis
f f r F WhUe hi I rII Killers UlucK
l t 4mm and Undlcv mot a nun hO
I F claimed to IJI close rolilivu or
1 1 lrlihain YeiunB and hut
lr rroililcnt 11 11 uni I I
t I 1 t Mated tint ho expected to oon visit
l the west anil fee sonic of tho Improie
f incnts that uero biouKht ttbont by
j i thli great nmn
Il I VnilMONT
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I ri I Tho rceoids of the dikis In thH
nil previous
u tonfetinco 110 milpnislnif JrmII
H J ricorda In th cimfin nee In tho Ilin of
f distributing HUuitnic
The icmirt two mom baptisms for
II t I f J the week IIHnI Mis 1M liluli lielnH
i l Imptlcd b Uldci lilljah SaLhmr
UHODi ISLAND
i fl r HI0Db
I I Tilt easlun states helm the list
k 1 t M I Held ot luliui of th missionaries the
elders Ill ovct ofton meet old nun
H S j who have Known tin old leaders Hliler
i t jl I Slarsdon met an old mal who Hild hoN
tl jl Know DrlBhiim Toting and as has ofton
I I t heon piodlctid bifore ho said that
1 tho duv would i onio when tho peoiilo
j I or tho tJnltod blalis would iiecoinle
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1 1 < L tho rower which ltd him to do what
I r j 1 > he did
I l Mrs Snigint was elllcllnnd It
I i J sec mod that nothing could he done for
1 Im i her but tho oldois hurried to In i and
her nnd the next dav
t j 1 adnilnlstiioil to Ir
M > 4 I ime wns up and aiound
I II NI3V YOI11C
J f l r Jllders Johnson and HKRlnhnli 1111
rl Ii ft l client a baptism In Xew York city
J Iho latter olflclaling
i f Hldcr Vornlu Gi Abhcraft who went
Vk home sonin time IUII account ot
I his mothers i < lclncKs bia u turned to
ho Held and will tiiltu up his 1 ihorn H In
1 6 Schouoctady
J The h ittmrotliiRS l Toiouto Al
I 1 banv and HrooKUn lne i 11 stint d
I 1 I t inul lmllllll lrJ < bo a girul
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t I I success I
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i t i i Kldois iillw ami Tivloi came to
i 1 a IVhlfO Hans I Picece hiH
M l lj I been speaking and It was Impossible
for them loe nn even hj palni
j i 1 il far It Tho peoplu tilul to license them
f t J I of a robbery Hint Hml been eonunlttcil
j 0 t but the wcie i isIlr ablo to move thili
f Innoceneo of tmt charge They wo o
1 i J i befriended hemevei by 11 wealthy
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IR f i MKiourlun who Knuv tho Sxlnls out
f flti IJ Me IIJl thin Kilned thorn nnthliu as
i tliey were all tlnee lotti nOKKCd
i t The pooi > le siemeil ashumi d uf them
1 I soUts afturaids as the uould not
I j ji Inolc at tin1 elrtun
I This has bun a M r fruitful Hold
r i I fin 1roicc hut Hlnwlv the Ildeis mo
r l L Kottlm rcoiinltlon In dm papers and
I 1 j I f the piejidleo > tIU out
J MHST PKNNbVLVANIA
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I I i l < hloii Illich mil Staimer met I
hf man whn IIIIIIhll1 sued In tho
J iiinn which was sclit out to ruth to
nlIJ
I WI illicit tin Moinions lie salil that the
N mI nil evpeeted to Had 1 hoallun tillie
I Jt > lint wcro KM itlv sUipilTd when they
f J JrII < IW the enloipilno jiiul ambition of
I the 1TipIe
1 t nidei V Jpntcn baptised llionms
g i i If Guidon during tho week
Tit IYI AND
II I As In all thl conic ronccH of this
II j I mlixon tho 1111 Is pio perliiK is
M us oou one biptlsm bohif 10
I 1 p poitcd 1 llldci Oiinii
I xoitnnvnbinuv VIRGINIA
I I II U I ilio OUll cldeix In this Held art > all on
thelrIr to Hliaib ston fin eon
I fpicnto hlllq in bo held on tho
I 30th In Church Pork a Mindav stol
Is condnctid most of tho numhuis
f liolntc liiMstltatoi Uhlers Johnton
l 1 ahd > hllh leport blessliiK nine chll
I It diin Two baptlHins nro reported fin
o 1 the weeK
I hOUTUWnsT VA
H i T ho work In this eonfiionco Is pioa
II pcihiK as It nme hIS bofore as will
1 f lie pen b tho leiioitn ol bxptlHinn
j Iildei Swnpp Imptbed 1rl1 iidoiH
111 Jlomly and Voitb lnpllcd n who
11 i have boon thoiotiKhh cnnliiced of the
II J IMnttv of the woiK
t GIINIIUAL NOriiS
i Irtsldent lllili who has spent Iho
1 f pant month In lUah l8ltlut his lined
lril
11 erne and attending confiienti Is e >
t f j wtcIIt 1llr Tin sda > o oiling 0 <
n H tq I > Ii 5 The conloionccs thiouKli ut tho
f I J I H inlslim t will u then bo taken u lJli
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PZG
CHURCH MISSION
ADDRESSES
Tor the cononlenco of I
Iho Dcscret Novj gives herewith
t ho addresses of tho arlous mis
sions of tho Churh whore this pn
POr will ilwnvr bo i lor Pie
and when > travelers will recolvu
courteous ntt ntlon
lwYork CII33 West One
Hundred nnd TwenbKh St
Chlcico 149 South IfaulnnStl
in rnnclbco 724 Brodcrlc St
Ios Angolo 431 Wost Tenth St
Won or 125 Wost Sixth Ao
Clntinoofra r nn7 Talr
ln jf
PortHml Or92 n Tnrnty
ocond Sheet P OBox 295
Independence 0302 South
Pfi rnt St
MIxlco2n CTllo do ITIdnlRO No
S Tlilmm T T Moxlco
London Dncland Poscrot IHh
rjind South Tottonhnm London
IT 1lv pool nngland 215 Cdge
Bristol st Carlisle nil TJiston
Bristol Hnclnnd
Xnrloh Swllz rJandloosch
gnK p fig
Coponhisron Korsgido 1
Stoolholm Sweden Siartcns
intnn 1
ITonoIi Ih Punchho St
Toklo Japan Rl Taknollmnc
Mph Tshlromp Kti
Toionto Canndnr 2G Oxford St
Hotlorrtim Holland Crfiswljh
Echpslnpol 7b
New 7Mlrnt53UpPQrOnern
Stroet or po > Box 72 Anckerlnnd
Noi Australia ton rjjdnv Victoria Pemcll SL
Samoin Illsslon Pesega Apia
Snmop
fnlr
1licolc H lho oeijoed at
hiving him haol In our nildut
AltltlVALS
Kldei lohn II Itkh St Charlcs
Idaho a slinod New Jeise
lh hliI Iconaid HallC CaldciH Station
hllrIlll
tion Utah iLSilgned Ncn KnsI ind
Lldoi lliud Cannuil St Gcorse
< anJ
Utih asslBiuil Northwest Virginia
KIdet Maik Cook Venial Uth as
signed Southwest VIlKlnlii
lUdei Godion UhltelHul St GOorKe
IJllelollrin
Utah assigned Iil1 Ipnimhinia
nidi r U V Snow St Gun go Utah
assigned Uhndu Islind
Klder J mld Lee Ihatehir Ariz
assigned Wost Pennsylvania
Klder C S Williams Cumberland
Wo assigned Vcimoiit
l lilor lohn V Jones Bouei Utah
assigned Kist Ponnshanla
iidcr Thomas O ltlchfIChnrIe
Idaho assigned Nt w Jcrse
Llder John M Mnnwlll Injson
11 assigned Northwest Vlrglnli
Illdei Martin Mortcnson Thatcher
Arlon i assigned West PC mwhanli
ridoi Iliiv s Kent Lolstnu Utah
assigned New Yolk
laslgiiell llnv SIII Lowlston Ulnh
asslgupd XII Vork
nitloi < Oseir L Polorson rranklln
Idaho nsslKiied Maine
Illdor Claude A UlchtUdH fire
nssliud West Ponns Kanlii
Idaho III CIL 1l llllvunhl
Kldei 7nhn llaioy ltamond
C inada nsslgnod Vermont
Miss Tnrrls C Noes Pnno Utah
I isblgued r ew Voik
I rtmjASlm
nidu W Ilm Llbeity Utali
fiotn Viimoiit
Hide i W W Pan or licavcr Utah
fiom Vermont
nidet Lcstei V he ulc Ilovo Utah
fi out IYull < 4
l I
Ilder n M lladdoel office lo
tgnllao
Ijldei HI rman Karpiuvlt Nol Vork
lo Nu lei si v
PHCIH 1TZC
ELDERS ARE ENERGETIC
TIC
IN CENTRAL STATES
SP joi roNriuiNui
Iho St loo lonfoionei anioi othei
oniiMCiiUH of the mlnslon hcrnlH Ii a
iiinul shoHlng In IncixNise In rOsullb
A nuinboi of eldcis it Itntsol Kansns
attention
last weik attnietcd sjuclal
al tluil ttuit meotlimH A Tutlidiii
eomuitlon wan being held and di spite
o 1 lit ful that a gioat many of the peo
ELDERS OP THE PITTSBUHG PENN CONPERENOE
UetilluK ron Uf to rlrhl haekrowllcIMhtrL i hl nBcr Lincoln
IlhlJltcl U AVm Tensin Ovlil Ila
nun inv ConfeiencB Piesileilt IHoei I Clailt Alibmn i 1
ltle t Illli o Unil iid
I i 11 tnllln I3lrili Pixo Utah
phi aio Ocimtns IniRq auillcnces as
geinblcd oi tin f1tjelI uiincis to Hstci
I o I In1 culnrf anil t lie truths th it Iyuro
ipoltcn seonieel to make mi Impression
on those jiixscnt
Klelcrs M II orkman anilj Honct
lllolice
Holl In a tiniali tonn in Western Knn
MS vveii lecently luck < by tvvr 1
Trotcstmit jiVCilslers lho illvlnes1 1
hcgnn heh war on lite teichlntrs ol
31oinionlm > i not liy reiyonlns lhc
orrors then of iiniT show Ins Ci llhi
heder vva but hUIoltteUIIof
slnmlcr when hey Imil cmlttcil sut
telentof thch jientnp feeling1 Ilo he >
e oine i aim Hie elders then hdzcil the
opioittinlty ot taplilnhiR tho elodtiine
orlhe i11 as lUlsveil an < l pri tictl
by he Ltiltfrelnv Salns nnil before
be parting hoth inlntstcro ntTmlttcel
tlnitl JfoiniDiiIsm offerH nleI Inilecil
hv iuy of hope for the Cllu ecER
1 cclil illiJ they rommeml the iloc
trluo of thhnntpleoCUioiiiaht
book he hntl bocn pteaclilnff from a Jlounor
IN SOUTH TEXAS
Company D of tho South Texas
conference met with Home Intcrest
Inif cxperjcnccs llu > se olelcii vhei
have been tnuellntr In tho country
without money hl 0 been usually well
carul for J leler Itohert V Seamon
In writing on the subject sns dial
he him nevei iiccclvoil better treatment
since entering the mission llehl The
ilojis of more thmono hotel Averr
thiovvn open to hem without charse
Ulflci Vlllanl A Bishop Ii ulsc
ileinonstruUvo nhls appixtiution ol
he w erics experiences A Dorics ol
mccUngs 11 hlnl Houston were well
attended bv people who were Intel
sled In tho teachings At 1oihl he
wllh Pioslilcnl ICniiilson vvtro given
charge n Jilt of the class work jCra
Sunihi school Durhiff the clns
work nmh at tho closr of snnie they
woic Klvan tho prlvlleRo o slvlns
their vlevs upon IhO lessons ot Ihcta
Iho snppilntemlent fllo school on
eloiscd all tint was salil anil Invlteil
UIJ nJloll attend the ineednB thit
would be held by the older nlhe
evcnliiff Gouittsy and respect vvcro
shown the elders
AnPYALf AhbtGNIlnXTS
Octpbci S there nrlvcd atlirul
iiuaiters nine eldeis who reported
themscUos read CorIefceln tho
mission They aro as follows GCOIRO
A rooto of Saffoid Arlroiu and
Waller S Jlacluiy of Tilorsvllle Uah
who wero assigned c > the Jlissourl con
ference 1 Orson Sorrnsen of George
town Idaho and On Hie C DIY of
American Toik Utah assigned to tho
lusl Knnsitf confeience TiPdrlck B
Tuicbon of Safford Arbnna nsslRncd
to Arliansip ronfetence and Tleibert T
Tdforil ot Iluulolph Utah John A
Illd e1llnr T > nijilse Utah TTenr
Sparkn of niiiRh Id iho GorBO A
Peatce of l < no oclt Utuli all nsslrmed
to Iho KOI Hi Te xas conference Uiho
na
ENCOURAGING REPORTS
FROM DANISH MISSION
Copenhagen Donm irk Ocl HTo
llne lnIlnln1Jlcri John n
Nli son Ji of Mantl Utah ind Arno
Woodruff Soienson of Dmpei Utah to
cothpr with throe odier eldpis on routp
foi the swrdieh mission arrivptl nt ho
mission oftlco In Copenhagen They
WCIP soitiottlnt lied hut nil was well
wllh them and thpy loported a pleas
ant journey over land and spa ot about
21 days duration since they loft tho
center i 11oC lav Tho Swedish elders
left fopenlngpn nt 10 > > > este nliy
moinlng rl Gotoborg Swodpii where
thov wll nnet tljo Swedish mission
liiosldint and bo assigned to their
ltllnl labor Tho two iiamoi1 who
will Inboi In lie Scandinavian mission
loft Coponhigon at noon osteirlav per
toiimci foi Chrlsdai i Xqrwav They
will moet President Androw Tenson
tlicto nni ictolve heir npjiolntmonts 10
laboln one of Iho conferences In Nor
wt
Pusidcnt Jcnson his lusf nnNheiT bis
conC ln toui In Denmatk and be re
pors splendid nnd appreclailvo confir
fnro sessions throughout Main con
ference services woio held In Aarhtis
Oct 1 and and In Aillmrg on tho Sth
and 9th Asldo from 11 roffular con
ference meetings nnd business he hold
1In trn tel lour < In abimt Hlx of tho
hrgest eltlu on Jlland and Judging
from ho newspaper comments which
hal r icbcd thin office from the
NpwpipiM Clipping society of Copen
hagen President Jenson completely
oaptmed hil Inigi audlcrccs with his
woll dcv eloped lecturp anil the slmrp
niTangoment of hlH Interesting pictures
which ho thiovv on tho screen and poo
plo left the lecturo ImllH with a feel
ing ot gratitude for what they had
hoard ill seen of ho oxlsdng condi
tions In Utah nnd thli giatltude wns
etpicssed not onl In words but also
111 mall niunciatlons at tho dooi to
help the lecturp catihe
Iho thice lollowlng Sundivs Piost
JuiKon will moot tho clio fnmi yon
and the local S ilntH ot Norvui In con
foieneo spending ono week In hrll
lania one In Trondlijom Ildonln
Ilct cn eonfciineos
Out inlssloitaiy wotk Is nloadlly
IIOSIIIIIIIlnhol repoi of the
mission foi Septembei glvos 11 Imp
Isnii 19 onllnadonK to did priesthood
and 11 children bli HSed IbPio havo
been 4S3JS homes ot strangers ylslttd
during lie month and 110863 tracts and
271 books distributed
JOSIIPH 1C NICHOLAS
Mission Secretary
GREAT PROGRESS MADE
IN IRISH MISSION
The woiK of the Loul Is pro rs ln
ltlrlllnrll the ntlnils of ho
people nro mol Mihcepdlilo lnll
liuths of I he RIHIO than In tho past
The tesllinonlcs that havo hi on homo
hv tho JSIJ1 IcivOnlng this pirt
of he Ionls 111111 anil lho icnults
helm tnililc manifest
or ho inH Ul1 hlnutuleullllftr
OII1slle Miin > frlciuls no hehif
I ilhlll milI InvostlcvtorH nro at
tenclliiR our ine > itiiRH Wo Ihul our hull
Is fast liecumliiK Jon small 0 IK
chinuioiliUe hose who vsh to ntlcnil
niepdiiK Oin alt ineetliifrs
our IltlhillOloh nall IIellil
have proved lo he n successful me ins
iO f vj cnchliiK tlio Kospel unto tioso vlio
havo not the com IKO to attontl our
hall services Thcie lire vvcnseven
la le > lhelr
ehlcrs traellnir hero In tho Trlsh eon
fotcnco anil i 1 me onorKOtlc In tltelr
lahors anil Uro ilolnp a noblo vvorK
for the rurlhnianco anil projimlgatlon
ot the uvoilnsthiR Bospel aa It hns
hoen leI to cnrth ngnln In theso
ila
the lerdnys
I JOHN M MMURDIC
c n MTTTrn nrtArN co
cURi T rrmnITCO lit
ttWtrt
Bo Bell Phono 1153 Ind 1404 J
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< f K 7 K 7 < M w
ELDERS OF THE HAMf ENGLANDCONFERENCE 4 j
Slnnillnj loft to ilqhl I Mackay L G Corbrldge A Uuttcane L Sarncnt II n Barber Win L itiIolhll A Jlllli1 G rullnier T 5
Slighllnl lello lllIJrl ieAH S 7 Holt
K WihllnK A It Howard A Tallows D G bihmin Iy C Kciirl D Ilydcn ItiBromiH C Swalnston J 15 qndloeS1Inl
blllnl loft to ilKbt G V Grovel A C Hanson T T Griffin U Ice k Jr Conference Piesldont T T Giconwood Piesldcnt ItudRcr Cliwsun of 1
he Hmotxiaii mlslon J 51 Yonnrf cletk ot conference Kllcn Jlackay Albeit Smith J E Wlggld W A Uoolfoul i
o o u
RETURNED MISSIONARIES
Ulder Cornelius DcGoocr of Salt
Iiiki city loturncJ on Oc 27 1D10
from Holland where he winked Inlhl
mission ncldfoi ntnily thico jear
haliiB left heio on Nov il l0i He
labored mostl In Ainstciilam although
for a lino ho ns stilloned In Utrecht
UottpriHm and othei cltlci He 10
Jort that a thrMnp branch hus been
opened uln Utrecht and l30per
vons luuc been biptlred thore In the
past 16 months iiil IeGoocr en
Joed sood health ind a sntlflnK ex
perience and states tint the Adders are
doing a Rood woik In Ilollandj There
aie SO missionaries In the eonfeicncc
of Holland and DolKlum
The following cldeis b no also iccenl 1
1 rr urn t from he mission Held and
are noted In good health oxcept as otheiwlso
Oct 1 LC lil lefTorson Jluidoek of
Thomas Hlnghrni Cn Tilnhu fiom the
Central States mission sot ninrt Jtili
7 190S
Oel 1 Wllllim Ixl Sheleof ill
Pleasant Sinptto eo Utah from the
bouthcin States mission set apirt Nov
10 110S
OCl Lcstei UlNon feeaile of Pro
> e
o Utah Co from the Iastein States
mission set apart Nin 2 1909
Got 19 Franklin 1 n llIJPorOg
den AVcbei Co Utah from the Swiss
and German mission set np nt Jan 24
e
190S Presided oer Itreslau conference
OCh 19 Barnev Andrews Johnson of
Sunn fcldo Caibon Co Utah from
Uio Southern btatis mission sot apart
Oot 20 110S
pdl fcamnel bSmHhoCJUyc
dale Oncld i Co Idaho from tho South
ern States mission set apart April 21
190S Oct 2J Jnmcs Cat lisle Hello of
Alpine Utih Co Utah fioni the South
oin fatates mls ltnsel apirt Jan 1J
1909 Oct 2 lenrIo Grand Kins oC
l irmhiBton On Is Co Utih from the
Western tatitis mission set apart Ucc
S1905
Oct 2J Io ° cph IMwanl Spendlovc of
IIInKley TMIIIird Co Utah liom the
British mission sit apait Auir 0 190S
Oct 23 AVllllam A Niwsome of Salt
OC Clt Utah from lit British mis
sion it apnit Aue 10 190b
oel25limesC 1noloC1lnlo
Washington rtCbUlnh rrnmlh Ha
waii in mlsgloni sot apart Toll 21 1SOS
IWili 27 Valtei li Nellson of Osdcn
Utah fiom tim British mlbslon set
npait Jnl JJ UOS
Oct 27 Leo Wiilm in of Ixhi Utah
Co from tho hwlss lid German mis
sion sot np ut Fob n Iq03 Ireslded
oci Austrl in cnnforcnco
011
Oct 27 Joseph P Bcus of Osdcn
Weber CUahi fiom the fawiss and
Gciman mission set apart lcb 13
IMSOet 27 Gcorfiu J Olson of Osrnond
Ulnti Co Vomlnff from the Sweden
mission set apart fcepl 17 UOS
Oct 27 nmk M WhllIICtC halt
Oct2iIIIII1
Lake City Utah from tho Swiss and
mission set apart No 19
Germ in sci ilnrt li
lOj Oct ine1r Koblnson of Hlnkloy
Allllaul Co Utah nom tho Noith
wi storn States mission set apait Oct
13 1fOS
Oct 27nird Umwood MurpJi of
hilt Like Clt Utih from the Biitlsh
mission et apait AUB JO IMS
mlsllon ctn1lttA Uoblnion of
Oct > 7 u Claronco
Oc jItClnrrilc Utah from tho
British mission set Tpnit Jul 23 lOS
Oct 27 Wllllim Wllklns IhomnH of
I
I
tho Biitlsh mission
Goshen Utah Co fiom llolrllsl II
sion set apirt Ang 20 IMS
Pitci lirson ot
Oct 27 Clirenco PelC Jrfn
Weber Co Utah from the swcdlsh
mission sot apart Jt ly 0 1908
InIIHlolt J7 Atlantlu Chllstenscn ot
Arnerlcin Tork Utah from tho British
mission sot apail May 2C 1903
Oct J7 nplnalm Adimson of lllch
oct
niond ICacheCo Utah from tho bwed
Ish mission set apiit Apill JJ 1101
Oct JS John Neels Claw son 0 Salt
oc Clt Utah fiom the fawlsa and
German mission wet apirt Nov 19 190i
Germln Amos Wood of Sp mlhli Tork
Utah from tho Central Stales mission
vet apTit April 21 W03
Oct 30 John Wesley Blazard of
Thatchoi Gniham Co Aibona from
the Southern States mission set apait
1309 Ireslded oci Atlanta
Oct I 1reshl11 0vC
eonfeionce
Oct 10 LiuraT Hlazaid ot Thatch
Lila
elGrlmniCo Arlroni from Uie
Southern stitcs mission sot apart Oct
13 liOt
Oet JOrii irlcs U lenson JruC
Grant Turnout Co da fiom tliu
IrIIIICn
Southein States mission set apnit Ma
I 1905
bet rololn Ha Taj lor of Giant
Fremont Co Id ibo from tho Southern
States mission set npnit June 9 110S
> mlslon lc Ot
Oct JOWnltci Francis Gibbons
Oct30Wller
the
Lo Giiiml Union Co Ol from
South rn states mission set apiit Oct
13 1003
oS
OH 111011 Oflxiin Bird ot RovUiiig
rromont Co Utah fiom the California
mission et apait Dec 81903
Oct 31 Walter Tiniest Stewart of
tho Swiss
Co Utah from
Lou Vaiio
and German mission net apart r I ov Go
190j Oet 1John Vado Starlcy of rill
Mlllard Co Utah from tho
moro
Southern St itcs mission hot apart AprilS
28 190S
vn j losoph W Vkkcis of Xcphl
Tuib ctHlh from Iho Callfoinln
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To Corresponden ts
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natkonnlltv questions and ansvvois con
cerning family links and notices ur
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Illsloilnn lsoflclSIJ4IiliicIL Utah
Till WILLIAMS TAM1LY
ISlALY
Amon the most Inteicbllng and prof
Itablu liiqulik nude bv the genealo
gist arc those which had us into tho
old land of Wales Is It not said that
Ad im sP9ko tho Welsh tongue And
urclylho lines of the old Welsh klngs >
ml 1 YILoSOIOo their links may seciii
101 bettei and more clues nan
liote of perhaps any other n itlon
Among tho vei > ancient lines Is that
of Williams We read hi Gupps that
tho great homo 01 this name Is In
Monmouthshire Wales although this
aame thlre Is putly claimed b tho
nimllsh and liIIIy parti Inhabited by
the puro Welsh people From Mon
inonthslilie adds lupp the Wllllanib
fmiilhr1 extended II cunsldeiable
numbers to Hereford Shropshire Glou
ccstcrbhho and Ooinvvall Burke In
one lino rhlS pierage rnotes tho ori
gin of tho Wllllanm family IU follows
Assocl ited with the royil lino of Tu
dor wero the LloyK tho Morgans ho
Most its and the Williams nc Williams
liams all spuing from Marclindd ap
al spruul
Gnnl lord of Abcigclcn of Caumrvuii
In the ninth of 1iles Hu i con
temporaneous with Ubodrl Mawi king
of Wales who succeeded to the thiouo
In IP A Di nnd died S47 Wllll uns ap
GilflUh led n troop ot horse to Bos
GIlfnti Held against King Ulchnrd III
sheilff of
Ho was appointed loul high
leilold
owusrppoln hlglishcrlfruC
Cninirvon fin life His great guuid
lon Owen who wab disinherited nuii
rled Doiotliy Morgan The direct lino
fioin his old Moigiin and Williams
itjick Is given without a hreiuk in
Biike II pierage Among the descend
ants ot this sheriff nan a Barn Wll
liairis of Thame who lived In loot and
Irl1Io hrnie of Sir Hobcit Williams
yvus a neai rla velC Ii 1cllW 1
liams who ussumcd tlie name of Ciom
ngwlousslimhl direct ancestor of
Olher Cr nel lloger Williams of
Olel who llrst iieloptMl the KUI
South Wn l swliOnril ltpLllh lu
of Ilanglbby castle nnd of
name was l igllWcliste aiuloC
Ho
the priori of tTok Conmouthshlre
nuiUle8tioC Wllll nils Johnes who
vviis grandson ot Tohn Thomas who
mix slNth In dpscont fiom HOwpll Gam
aiirWavId onlor Pomhoes 1D43 who
vvw > shcrlrt oL Monmouthshlro
There aro sovcral distinct lines ot
tlio AVIIII tins fantll In Utah and ad
joining statei On ot these lines II
by Wllllim N Williams ot
lepicsinted Wlllnl Wlliamlof
I
salt Like CIlho IK descended from
ian Wlllluinb who was bout In 1750 In
gyrn
Llnnpumpsamt pirish Curmarthen
lounty and who muried Kllzalwth
IJviins born 1733 of the same parish
nani son William Williams hori
1ic SI
17S1 mulled Mai Ihoinas and these
mlll li l
lSt t
two lived In Llanlhangolrhoscom
Hvan Williams
Thch
pailsh lon l WI
J January IS
liams was born
1507 mil ho man led Sarah Jcrem
who was born on tho 1Kb of August
ISlJ tbCHO lwoHyet at Ilanguivad
ihcli son William N Williams was
born on tho 17th of March lSI and ho
mauled Ihe well known danghlcr of the
marred George A Smith Clar
ilsi Smith Williams No doubt this
lino Hmlh bo traced back to the orig
inal Cu rcfetrod to alxne but cer
sourco refcrreeto 1ovalulcer
Inln It is that her lies a fallow Held for
Investigation
Another Welsh Williams family Is
that of Dayld Williams late ot Provo
and nOor Sail Lako Cltv He la aJso
nnd thus theso
Monnouthshlro
Irom Ulhlhlrc nmlthuilhcso
old Welsh Clnlle86mlo mlnglo and
combine for mutual
Hhoiild it eetiis Col
templi purposes
We have thus at least three distinct
lines of tho Welsh Wlllanis family In
Inc rC Ono ot the old ploneei families
Hiom 11 Williams who was for
was eaistho trusted friend and financial
advisor of President Brlgh un Young
evtiomoly modest that ho
Ho VVWB co
loft pnctlinlh no records of himself ot
hH nrofiLnltoro In the tradtlonn of his
fumllv But just slnco tho beginning of
this sketch was begun IIhlllyho
Ivnew him well In his hohood away
olC In the beaudful I JloC J < evvnort
Monmouthshire tolls of hei stolon ns
Hociatlon with him when they w re
small children He was the son of a
and eontiactoi an
lIrrlchlJulltloI
Viiy
him
onglneer of auch ability OM made
billdet of many of
the i chllctnllllbuH <
the groat btldgcs and buildings foi
oven
cll of Newport w OK
tho city
vvlllch
0C
rhen famous show as the daugheio
pooi neighbors but the two chlllJClI
lwtUct
fmael11
miiuaKort 1 1 cvrrl d foi w
us
which was
filcndshlp
Is childish
nClhe
oclous to thi shy lone y Bon
lhlloo1lItllo
rleh fufhola II ulIlo
ItC
l mliloC Ihope lil i 1 ronl lhqono
hlHnhl
lItaItiJ cl
Iittell oC hl
oC
frlell lullhl oJllIt rLerU flenU
lildpr Thonum AVllllam wa hlla
pie incd Urn follow Ing faes
who wan bom
1h nlllWJlllnulsilwhl
abouUhP 21st of July 1S30 In Novw >
Mamin South Wttles WllsnnlIxl v
eonvett lo Iho Church Ho was bip
chcUmst nnees
tlrcd under pceullni
OUllij1I1 laboring In
man
c
AVlille a very jounpr
Newport In 1830 ha was visited liy1i
Moimoii elder Klcliard Giecn who Im
pressed Ml Williams so deeply that he
promised tho oldei that he would not
sleep until ho had obtained sitlsfac
tlou fiom the Lord as to the tiuUis of
lIio now religion Accordlnglv ho ro
tltod to his chamber Bible In hand to
ponder and pra lo his surpilse tho
Scriptures took on now me tilings light
ln klho place of daikness Then
botwein 2 and 3 oclock In the moinlng
a sudden Illumination Hooded Ills loom
with light and anon a personage
clothed In white stood be fore hint tho
brightness ot vvjioso countenance Illlcd
him with Avondei and sutprlse This
personage explained man p tss igcs ot
Serlptuie and told Mr Williams to
obej tho Mormon eldcis counsel as ho
had I ilh iiWtii admlnlsKi In the
ordinances of he gospel Mr Wll
ll uns wns buplled at once nnd from
that day to Jiis earl deith he was
a devout bellcvei In tho gospel of lesus
Christ Tie cime to Utah after 1 ibor
Ing some rihlhe Liverpool olllce
and his steadfas devotion to principle
Ills stilct business IntigrHy and his
keen logical mind made him Invaluable
In Ula places of rust ho nrwuis occu
pied Ho cuno to UtaJiIII1 was at
onco put Into active service ilrclIs
onc nrer of various cnterptihcs chief ot
hem being tho newly oiginlcd 7G
M L Also ho was treasurer i of tho
SiiK Lake heater He m irrieil twice
his second wife was Miss Zm i Young
il union tho
Two sons were born of that
oungpr son Thomas dying joung The
older son Sterling Wllllvms now liv
ing In Canada and acting as counselor
to President i J Wood possesses all
lie stei ling qualities ot his noblo fathei
Mr Williams died oting In July ISil
ili lWUS mourmd by tho wholo iiini
munKy In disposition ho was re
seived ehcetful mil cvci Itlnd and
gentle1 Ho noor forgot i filend not
did ho sick to Injure an enemy His
moral upilBhtms passed Inlo history
ns a proverb Sterling Williams tho
son llnds hlmsell In posspsslon of few
facts concornliig II genealogy Ian
any of the Snlns assist In the monger
dat i hot pin Ien1
Thomas Wljllnms was the son ot Dt
vld Williams nt lAlilllL Morgan Da
vid was horn about 17SO In South Wales
Ann Moigan was born in 17SO In St
Mcllons Monninuthshlip South Wale
She died in Tammy 1SI7 Any member
of tho Williams family who wishes lo
Join In tills work should addie s Stei
llng Williams Cardston Alberta Can
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