Descendants of Luman Andros Shurtliff
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Published by s.n. in Pocatello, Idaho .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

Pages 283-1000 omitted in numbering.

The Physical Object
Pagination281, 1001-1033, [105] p. :
Number of Pages1033
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25294348M

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Apr 27,  · Descendants of Luman Andros Shurtliff by Shurtliff, Alfred Jonathan. Publication date Topics Shurtleff family Publisher Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Boston Public Library. American The following information is from the book "The Descendants of Luman Andros Shurtliff by Alfred Jonathan Shurtliff": Asel Edward Shurtliff married 11 July in Salt Lake City, Utah, Olivia Gorgena Halverson born 23 Nov in Hyrum, Cache, Utah; d. 27 June in Portlalnd, Multnomah, Ore. Louis & Elvin are her children by Stewart Hutchison, but were adopted by Asel E. Shurtliff. 3) I'm in the process of updating (to the computer) the information contained in the book "Descendants of Luman Andros Shurtliff" and would appreciate people contacting me with updates for the website. A lot of scanned photos to come as well. Torrey Copfer (gggg-grandson of L.A.S.) prideinpill.coms, CO. sources the journals of lewis warren shurtliff and his father luman andros shurtliff cover the conversion of the family to the latter day saints and the familysfam movements ilys from new england to utah the latter shurtliff in an oft quoted unpublished journal and the younger shurtliff in an only recently rediscovered journal pro-vide a wealth Author: Paul Miller Hokanson.

Biographical sketch of the life of Luman Andros Shurtliff. Dates: Typewritten condensation of the original journal of Shurtliff, a businessman, politial and religious leader, Mormon missionary and patriarch, which tells of his early life in Ohio, religious revivals, conversion to Mormonism, marriages, missionary work, mobs in Far West, Missouri, expulsion from Nauvoo, Illinois. Descendants of William Shurtleff: taken from the original edition published in by Benjamin Shurtleff (6th) Benjamin Shurtleff, Roy L. Shurtleff. R. L. Shurtleff, - Reference - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. The Third. Sidney Rigdon later maintained that "the Danites were organized for mutual protection against the bands that were forming and threatened to be formed."Luman Andros Shurtliff, one-time member of the order, wrote that the Danite organization "was got up for our personal defense; also of our families, property, and our religion."[Leland H. Gentry. Full text of "Descendants of William Shurtleff of Plymouth and Marshfield, Massachusetts" See other formats.

Sep 01,  · From "Biographical Sketch of the Life of Luman Andros Shurtliff": I continued sick a few days and began to shake with the ague severely. Brother Cox took Brother Crow's best horse and went about 30 miles to where Brother Benjamin Clapp was preaching and got him to come and administer to me. He stayed two. Aug 03,  · SUMMARY. In January the Harrisville 8th Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints turned years old. From to the North Ward/branch in today’s Five Points had changing boundaries and several names as the settlement north of the Ogden River grew, but by the branch was known commonly as “Lynne 5th”. On August 22, , Billings was called on a mission to the New England states. Luman Andros Shurtliff was his companion. They returned in June after suffering much and having only small successes. In September , Isaac Morley's cooper shop was burned and the Billings family and all of the residents of Morleytown moved to Nauvoo. I absolutely loved this book, it was such a refreshing and engaging retelling that readers of all ages will love. YOU need this book in your life! [book-info] Jack by Liesl Shurtliff is one of the best fairy retellings I've ever read and it's an extremely engaging, adventurous take on the classic tale.4/5.