Monthly Archives: April 2018

John Andrew Turley, b. 12 April 1885, d. 5 May 1951

The Theodore Turley Family Book, pp. 281-282 John Andrew Turley John Andrew Turley was born April 12, 1885 at Snowflake, Arizona. He was the son of Isaac and Sarah Greenwood Turley. At the age of two years, the boy moved … Continue reading

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John Andrew and Electa Turley

From Unflinching Courage by Adele Bushman Westover and J. Morris Richards, pp. 601-602. John Andrew Turley was born April 12, 1885, at Snowflake, Arizona. He was the son of Isaac Turley and Sarah Greenwood Turley. At the age of two years, the … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Theodore Turley, Blacksmith, Brass Founder and Pump Maker, b. 10 April 1801

Theodore Turley was born on this day in 1801 in Birmingham, England.  In 1825, Theodore and his family emigrated to Upper Canada, where he worked with metals in a blacksmith shop. Here is one of the advertisements Theodore Turley placed … Continue reading

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The Smuin Family in Canada

Joseph Richard Smuin was born 9 April 1863 in Lehi, Utah.  He and his family left for Canada in 1900.  Here is there story. NOTE:  Stay tuned for corrections on this story.  This account was written by my father, the late … Continue reading

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Frederick Barker b. 1876, Healed on his Mission to Northern California

Fred is the son of Henry Barker.  Henry’s brother, William is my 2nd Great-grandpa.  Here is an account written by Fred’s son, Owen Charles Barker about the blessings of his missionary service.  He was set apart for his 2nd mission … Continue reading

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Mary Ann Turley b. 8 April 1879, d. 17 June 1880 in Joseph City, Arizona

From the History of Clara Ann Tolton Turley written by her son, Isaac Turley Jr., and assisted by his daughter, Viola Turley Haws. Clara Ann endured those times of uncertainty with faith and courage. She was a wonderful mother, and … Continue reading

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7 April 1881 William Barker set apart as an LDS Missionary

Soon after WILLIAM BARKER arrived in Mound Fort he was placed in the Sunday School as superintendent, until he was called on a mission to the state of Minnesota, for which field of labor he left on the 19th of … Continue reading

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