She was married to LYLE CORNELL BIRD on 14 Nov 1950.
She was married to RICHARD LYNN THOMSON on 25 Mar 1971.
She was married to LOVELL WILSON WIGHT.
She was married to PETER HANSEN QUIST. Children were: LENA LARSON.
He was married to MAY NIELSEN on 19 Nov 1930 in SALT LAKE CITY, SALT LAKE CO., UTAH.
He was married to KAREN NIELSEN on 14 Dec 1834 in HORSHOLM, FREDERIKSBORG, DENMARK. ACCORDING TO AN 1834 CENSUS JENS WAS STILL UNMARRIED AND WORKING FOR ANE ANDREASEN IN HORSHOLM. JENS WAS 53 WHEN HE AND KAREN WERE MARRIED, WITNESSES TO THE MARRIAGE WERE LARS RASMUSSEN AND BENDT NEILSEN. JENS AND KAREN APPARENTLY MOVED FROM HORSHOLM BEFORE 1846 AS THEIR NAMES WERE FOUND IN THE CENSUS OF 1840 BUT NOT OF 1850. Children were: CHRISTIAN JENSEN.
He was sealed to spouse on 16 Feb 1928. He was married to NILLA THORSSON. Children were: PERS JONSSON.
He was married to ANN. Children were: NANCY CHRISTY.
She was married to GEORGE W, BUTLER.
She was married to ROBERT HARRIS. Children were: WILLIAM HARRIS.
She was married to SOCIAL ROLPH. Children were: JOHN SOCIAL ROLPH .
He was married to MARGARET RESIDE HYKES on 8 Sep 1928. Children were: JEAN HYKES CLAPPIER.
She was married to MAJOR CHARLES FREDERICK CRESSWELL on 7 Feb 1952 in LANSDOWNE, PENNSYLVANIA. Children were: JANE ELIZABETH CRESSWELL, ELIZABETH ANN CRESSWELL , CAROL DEMAREE CRESSWELL, CRISTINE LOUISE CRESSWELL.
She was married to SIR HUGH SPENCER. Children were: PHILIP DESPENCER .
He was married to JOAN PLANTAGENET. Children were: ELEANOR CLARE .
She was married to W. D. WILLIAMS .
She was married to GEORGE BONNER MCCURDY.
He was married to MARY SMALAGE. Children were: ISREAL JUSTUS CLARK .
He was married to ANN MCCURDY .
She was married to EPHRIAM PERKS .
She was married to PETER PERSY .
She was married to JERRY HATCH .
He was married to EMILY JANE PEARSON. Children were: JOSEPH B. CLARK , MARY EMILY CLARK, HARRIET L. CLARK, HELEN CASSANDRA CLARK, WILLIAM HENRY CLARK, HENRIETTA AUGUSTINE CLARK , ALICE MELVINA CLARK, HANNAH ELIZABETH CLARK, RUTH MATILDA CLARK, SETH BENJAMIN CLARK, GEORGE ALBERT CLARK, ISRAEL JESSE CLARK, RICHARD JAMES CLARK, SARAH JANE CLARK, RACHEL OLIVE CLARK, OLIVER HAZZARD CLARK, CLARISSA ANTONETTE CLARK , MARTHA GERIBELLA CLARK.
He was married to LYDIA LAVINA ATWOOD.
He was married to BRENDA KIM KNOBLICK. Children were: DANIEL KENNETH CLARK, MICHAEL JAMES CLARK.
She was married to LANGLEY
ALLGOOD JR.. WILLIAM HAD 5 BROTHERS AND SISTERS, AND WILLIAM WAS THE ONLY
ONE THAT LIVED PAST THE AGE OF 15 YRS. FOUR YEARS AFTER HIS BIRTH, HIS DAD DIED,
LIVING WILL AND HIS MOTHER ALONE.
THEY LIVED WITH HIS GRANDPARENTS FOR SIX YEARS. AT THIS TIME MORMON MISSIONARIES CONVERTED MARY ANN ALLGOOD AND WILLIAM.
IT WAS IN OCTOBER, 1873 THAT THEY SAILED FROM ENGLAND TO COME TO AMERICA TO BE WITH SAINTS IN ZION. AT THIS TIME WILL WAS TEN YEARS OLD. HIS GRANDMOTHER WAS PARTLY BLIND AND AS THEY LEFT SHE CLUNG TO WILL AND DIDN'T WANT HIM TO LEAVE BECAUSE SHE KNEW SHE WOULD NEVER SEE HIM AGAIN.
ON THE BOAT COMING OVER, SOME OF THE BOYS MADE FUN OF WILL'S FUNNY LOOKING ENGLISH CLOTHES----RESENTING THEIR REMARKS HE STARTED TO DO BATTLE. THE FRACAS ENDED WHEN ONE OF THE BOYS STABBED WILL IN THE HIP.
ON LANDING IN AMERICA, THEY CAME DIRECTLY TO COALVILLE, UTAH. WAS LONG AFTER THAT, THAT MARY ANN ALLGOOD BECAME MARY ANN GENTRY. AFTER A WHILE WILL LEFT HOME BECAUSE HE FELT THAT HIS MOTHER WOULD HAVE MORE HAPPINESS IN HER NEW MARRIAGE IF HE WASN'T THERE TO CAUSE FRICTION AND ARGUMENTS. HIS MOTHER CRIED AND DIDN'T WANT HIM TO LEAVE. ALL THE MONEY SHE HAD TO GIVE HIM WAS .35 CENTS. HE WALKED UNTIL HE CAME TO THE LITTLE TOWN OF WANSHIP. IT WAS EVENING AND GETING A LITTLE COLD. HE DID NOT KNOW WHERE TO GO SO HE BOUGHT A DIMES WORHT OF COOKIES AND WENT IN A BUILDING WHERE THEY WERE HAVING A DANCE. HE SAT DOWN ON THE FLOOR WITH HIS BACK TO THE WALL AND ATE HIS COOKIES AND WATCHED THE DANCING. BUT AS IT GREW LATER HE GREW SLEEPY -- HIS HEAD WOULD NOD AND THEN ONE OF THE LADIES WOULD SWING BY AND HER SKIRTS WOULD FLIP HIM AND WAKE HIM UP. A MAN WHO HAD KNOWN HIM CAME ALONG AND ASKED HIM WHAT HE WAS DOING THERE AT THAT HOUR OF NIGHT. WILL EXPLAINED WHY HE HAD LEFT HOME. THE MAN, WHO WAS A CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR, SENT HIM DOWN TO HIS BUNKHOUSE TO SPEND THE NIGHT AND THE NEXT MRONING GAVE HIM A JOB, FIRST, CARRYING WATER AND THEN OTHER JOBS. THE COMPANY WAS LAYING A RAILROAD AT THAT TIME. WILL WORKED FOR THEM FOR ABOUT TWO YEARS.
THEN HE W3ENT BACK HOME, AND AT THIS TIME GENTRY TAUGHT WILL THE BLACKSMITH TRADE. GENTRY WAS VERY STRICT WITH HIM. AS THE YEARS PASSED WILL DID MANY THINGS AND WORKED AT MANY TRADES. IT WAS DURING THIS PERIOD THAT HE TOOK CARE OF THE LITTLE STORE WAY UP AT IN THE MOUNTAINS, WHERE THE INDIANS KEPT HIM UNEASY IN THE DAYTIME AND THE PACK RATS AND WILD ANIMALS PROWLED AROUND AT NIGHT. HE ALSO WORKED AT THE MINES DOING THEIR BLACKSMITH WORK-- SOMETIMES IN WYOMING AND SOMETIMES IN UTAH.
IN 1885, WILL MET A GIRL WITH DARK BROWN EYES NAMED EMMA BIRCH. SHE LIVED ON A FARM ALL HER LIFE AND WAS THE OLDEST IN HER FAMILY, SO SHE HAD TO WORK HARD. SHE AND HER SISTER HAD TO HERD THE COWS AND SOMETIMES HAD TO SWIM THE COWS ACROSS THE RIVER, HANGING ONTO THEIR TAILS WHEN THEY SAW THE INDIANS COMING. SO, WILL AND EMMA MET. WILL COURTED EMMA FOR AT LEAST A YEAR. WILL PLAYED ON THE MAIN BASEBALL TEAM OF COALVILLE, UTAH.
WILL AND EMMA WERE MARRIED IN THE TEMPLE IN LOGAN, UTAH. THEY LIVED IN ALMY, WYOMING WHEN THEY WERE FIRST MARRIED. WILL WORKED DOING BLACKSMITH WORK FOR THE MINES. IT WAS A ROUGH MINING TOWN AND EMMA WORRIED WHEN SHE WAS ALONE AT NIGHT WHEN WILL HAD TO WORK LATE. HERE THEIR FIRST SON, WILL ALLGOOD, WAS BORN. A SHORT TIME LATER THE FAMILY MOVED TO IDAHO AND HOMESTEADED THE FAMILY FARM AT WILDOES, IDAHO. THEY LIVED IN A TWO ROOM LOG HOUSE. THEY HAD A HARD TIME AND THEIR FIRST WINTER THERE WILL HAD TO GO BACK TO ALMY TO WORK. EMMA AND HER YOUNG SON STAYED ALONE EXCEPT FOR JACK BIRCH STAYING WITH THEM PART OF THE TIME. IT WAS A HARD WINTER FOR THEM, THEY HAD SUCH A LITTLE FEED FOR THE LIVESTOCK AND JUST HAD TO PULL THEM THROUGH UNTIL SPRING. WILL HAD A BLACKSMITH SHOP ON HIS FARM AND DID QUITE A LOT OF WORK IN IT.
THERE WERE NO DENTIST IN THE COMMUNITY SO WILL MADE SOME FORCEPS IN HIS BLACKSMITH AND THEN HE BECAME THE DENTIST FOR HIS FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS. HE WAS ALSO CONSTABLE FOR SEVERAL YEARS, HE NEVER BELIEVED IN CARRYING A GUN. HE WAS ALWAYS AN HONEST, UP RIGHT, LAW ABIDING CITIZEN IN THE COMMUNITY.
MANY TIMES IN THOSE EARLY YEARS EMMA WAS HOME ALONE WITH HER CHILDREN WHEN GROUPS OF INDIANS WOULD COME AND ASK FOR BISCUITS. Children were: HYRUM ALLGOOD, LANGLEY ALLGOOD, REED ALLGOOD, MARY ANN ALLGOOD, WILLIAM ALLGOOD, BENJAMIN ALLGOOD.
She was married to GENTRY.
She was married to WILLIAM RICKS . Children were: MARY ELEANOR RICKS.
He was married to JANE MECHAM .
He was married to MARY SMITH .
She was married to WILLIAM CLAUDE MOORE on 29 Jun 1928.
He was married to PRINCHA OLIVE DOWNS.
She was married to HERVIN BERNELL NIELSEN on 3 Apr 1935 in LOGAN, CACHE CO., UTAH.
He was married to DOROTHY WINGFIELD. Children were: JOHN CLAYPOOL .
She was sealed to spouse
on 12 Jun 1932. She was married to JOHN OSBORN.
ABOUT 1765, JOHN AND ELIZABETH OSBORN (ALONG WITH JEREMIAH OSBORN, JEREMIAH
OSBORN SR., AND GEORGE OSBORN) LEFT THE AUGUSTA CO., WITH THE CLAYPOOLS TO THE
HAMPSHIRE CO., TO SETTLE THE SOUTH BRANCH OF THE POTOMAC. HERE THEY BOUGHT LAND
FROM LORD FAIRFAX, A GOOD FRIEND TO GEORGE WASHINGTON. THEY BUILT CABINS ALONG
THE LOST RIVER. BUT, WHEN IT GOT TO CROWDED ALONG THE RIVER, JOHN OSBORN AND
WIFE, ALONG WITH SEVERAL OTHERS, HEAR OF NEW LAND AVAILABLE IN GREENBIER COUNTY.
THEY MOVED THERE SETTLING ON THE MUDDY RIVER AND MUDDY CREEK MOUNTAIN, NEAR THE
NEWLY LAID OUT TOWN OF ALDERSON.
THIS MOVE TO THE MUDDY RIVER AND MUDDY CREEK MOUNTAIN AREA WAS DURING THE TIME OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR. THE OSBORNS AND RELATIVES DIDN'T SEND ANYONE TO HELP GENERAL WASHINGSTON'S ARMY. THEY APPARENTLY WERE TOO BUSY FIGHTING THE BRITISH ALREADY, IN THE FORM OF MURDEROUS INDIANS ON THE WESTERN FRONTIER. THE INDIANS COULD COLLECT A BOUNTY OF $50.00 FOR ANY COLONIST SCALP THEY COULD BRING TO THE BRITISH GARRISON AT DETROIT. WHILE THERE IS NO PARTICULAR RECORD OF INDIAN RAIDS UP THE MUDDY CREEK VALLEY, THERE WERE SEVERAL ATTACKS ON FORT SAVANNAH (NOW LEWISBURG) NEARBY.
WHEN THE BRITISH FINALLY LEFT OUR SHORES, AND THE INDIANS RETREATED TO THE FAR SIDE OF THE OHIO, OUR PEOPLE SETTLED DOWN TO ACCOMPLISH THEIR GOALS IN THAT RAW, NEW LAND.
MOST OF JOHN OSBORN'S CHILDREN LEFT FOR KENTUCKY BEFORE 1805. DAVID OSBORN AND FAMILY (OUR RELATIVES) STAYED IN GREENBRIER COUNTY WITH HIS FATHER. Children were: REBECCA OSBORN, SARAH OSBORN, ELIZABETH OSBORN, JOHN OSBORN, LEVI OSBORN, ELIJAH OSBORN, JOSEPH OSBORN, DAVID OSBORN SR, JAMES OSBORN, JERAMIAH OSBORN, JANE OSBORN, HULDAH OSBORN, DEBORAH OSBORN.
He was married to JANE about 1729. Children were: ELIZABETH CLAYPOOL.
He was married to ELIZABETH PAWLING . Children were: ELIZABETH CLAYPOOL, JAMES CLAYPOOL, CLAYPOOL.
He was married to JOAN HENSON. Children were: ADAM CLAYPOOL.
He was married to REBECCA OSBORN on 23 Nov 1781.
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