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101 1 _FSFTID KHT3-S19


1 _FSFTID KHT3-S19 
PETERSEN Rasmine Amalie (I414)
 
102 1 _FSFTID KHW5-SHQ


1 _FSFTID KHW5-SHQ 
PETERSEN Christina Dorthea (I415)
 
103 1 _FSFTID KJCJ-XG7


1 _FSFTID KJCJ-XG7 
THOMSEN Johanne (I71)
 
104 1 _FSFTID KL42-T4P


1 _FSFTID KL42-T4P 
HEAVISIDE Isabel (I603)
 
105 1 _FSFTID KL7Q-NBZ


1 _FSFTID KL7Q-NBZ 
GRINDALL Thomas (I64)
 
106 1 _FSFTID KLFS-QTW


Skipton parish FHL #919516.

Skipton parish FHL #919516.


-- MERGED NOTE ------------

1 _FSFTID KLFS-QTW


Skipton parish FHL #919516.

Skipton parish FHL #919516. 
COLBRIDGE Elizabeth (I182)
 
107 1 _FSFTID KLXB-S2H


1 _FSFTID KLXB-S2H 
MADSEN Anne Marie (I55)
 
108 1 _FSFTID KLXN-FZL


GEN: Y


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1 _FSFTID KLXN-FZL


GEN: Y 
SCHNUCH Conrad (I288)
 
109 1 _FSFTID KLY8-H6H


DIED IN INFANCY


-- MERGED NOTE ------------

1 _FSFTID KLY8-H6H


DIED IN INFANCY 
PETERSEN Laura Vie (I46)
 
110 1 _FSFTID KLYC-R3F


1 _FSFTID KLYC-R3F 
LARSEN Ane (I110)
 
111 1 _FSFTID KLYC-RQQ


Also found as Gjertrud Marie Christensdatter
Gjertrud Marie's last name was Christensdatter but later changed to Christensen


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1 _FSFTID KLYC-RQQ


Also found as Gjertrud Marie Christensdatter
Gjertrud Marie's last name was Christensdatter but later changed to Christensen 
CHRISTENSEN Gjertrie Marie (I418)
 
112 1 _FSFTID KLYQ-4WV


GEN: Y
GEN: Y
GEN: Y

GEN: Y


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1 _FSFTID KLYQ-4WV


GEN: Y
GEN: Y
GEN: Y

GEN: Y 
SCHNUCH Anna Maria (I286)
 
113 1 _FSFTID KLYQ-HJR


GEN: Y


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1 _FSFTID KLYQ-HJR


GEN: Y 
SCHNUCH George (I274)
 
114 1 _FSFTID KN31-TC8


1 _FSFTID KN31-TC8 
JENSEN Dorothe (I404)
 
115 1 _FSFTID KN6F-7QJ


1 _FSFTID KN6F-7QJ 
OTIS Joseph (I341)
 
116 1 _FSFTID KN7C-WWH


1 _FSFTID KN7C-WWH 
CLAUSEN Bertel Jensen (I449)
 
117 1 _FSFTID KN81-DGH


1 _FSFTID KN81-DGH 
GRINDALL Betty (I65)
 
118 1 _FSFTID KN8B-YZC


1 _FSFTID KN8B-YZC 
ASKEW Hannah (I555)
 
119 1 _FSFTID KNJG-KQM


Chr: Skipton parish FHL #919516.


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1 _FSFTID KNJG-KQM


Chr: Skipton parish FHL #919516. 
WILSON Henry (I158)
 
120 1 _FSFTID KNQW-9QM


1 _FSFTID KNQW-9QM 
THOMASSEN Anne Marie (I441)
 
121 1 _FSFTID KNVM-8X7


Chr: Skipton parish FHl #919516.


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1 _FSFTID KNVM-8X7


Chr: Skipton parish FHl #919516. 
WILSON Sarah (I159)
 
122 1 _FSFTID KNVM-8ZX


Chr: Skipton parish FHL #919516.


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1 _FSFTID KNVM-8ZX


Chr: Skipton parish FHL #919516. 
WILSON William (I157)
 
123 1 _FSFTID KNVM-JLP


1 _FSFTID KNVM-JLP 
LARSEN Marius (I476)
 
124 1 _FSFTID KP3N-CKZ


1 _FSFTID KP3N-CKZ 
PEDERSEN Jens (I490)
 
125 1 _FSFTID KP9Y-Y79


1 _FSFTID KP9Y-Y79 
PETERSEN Gregars Marius (I412)
 
126 1 _FSFTID KP9Y-YXF


1 _FSFTID KP9Y-YXF 
PETERSEN Marie Anine Frederekka (I413)
 
127 1 _FSFTID KT3S-HWM


Chr:Skipton parish FHL #919516.


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1 _FSFTID KT3S-HWM


Chr:Skipton parish FHL #919516. 
WILSON Mary (I320)
 
128 1 _FSFTID KVG6-NYX


1 _FSFTID KVG6-NYX 
CHRISTENSEN Hazel Margaret (I14)
 
129 1 _FSFTID KW67-9D7


Della PETERSEN
Birth Date: 18 Feb 1914
Death Date: 15 Nov 1999
Social Security Number: 530-01-6164
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Nevada

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 89431
Localities: Greenbrae, Washoe, Nevada
Happy Valley, Washoe, Nevada
Sparks, Washoe, Nevada
Sun Valley, Washoe, Nevada


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1 _FSFTID KW67-9D7


Della PETERSEN
Birth Date: 18 Feb 1914
Death Date: 15 Nov 1999
Social Security Number: 530-01-6164
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Nevada

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 89431
Localities: Greenbrae, Washoe, Nevada
Happy Valley, Washoe, Nevada
Sparks, Washoe, Nevada
Sun Valley, Washoe, Nevada 
PETERSEN Della Pearl (I52)
 
130 1 _FSFTID KW67-K17


1 _FSFTID KW67-K17 
PETERSEN Wilmot Lenn (I45)
 
131 1 _FSFTID KW6W-FBB


1 _FSFTID KW6W-FBB 
PETERSEN Henry Comins (I49)
 
132 1 _FSFTID KW8F-7LH


1 _FSFTID KW8F-7LH 
CHRISTENSEN Ronald Dwain (I417)
 
133 1 _FSFTID KW8H-VLB


1 _FSFTID KW8H-VLB 
BOYINGTON John William (I498)
 
134 1 _FSFTID KW8H-VLY


1 _FSFTID KW8H-VLY 
DAVENPORT Sarah Jane (I586)
 
135 1 _FSFTID KW8K-DKQ


1 _FSFTID KW8K-DKQ 
MCFARLANE Donna (I200)
 
136 1 _FSFTID KW8L-69W


Cremated


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1 _FSFTID KW8L-69W


Cremated 
PETERSEN Delta Dame (I51)
 
137 1 _FSFTID KW8M-VCH


1 _FSFTID KW8M-VCH 
CHRISTIANSEN Andreas Peter Rasmussen Slot (I256)
 
138 1 _FSFTID KW8Y-DH6


1 _FSFTID KW8Y-DH6 
MORTENSEN Iva Patriana (I393)
 
139 1 _FSFTID KW8Y-DHD


1 _FSFTID KW8Y-DHD 
JENSEN William (I567)
 
140 1 _FSFTID KWC1-P36


Latter-day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia
Volume 4
Stake and Ward Officers
Nevada Stake
Snow, Orrin Henry

Latter-day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia
Volume 4
Stake and Ward Officers
Nevada Stake
Snow, Orrin Henry

Petersen , Andrew Lothrap, Bishop of the Preston Ward, Nevada Stake, Nevada, from 1928 to 1930+, was born May 29, 1896, in Moroni, Utah, a son of Peter Martin Petersen and Laura Draper. He was baptized July 24, 1904, ordained a High Priest Aug. 25, 1925, by John V. Bluth, and a Bishop April 8, 1928, by Richard R. Lyman


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1 _FSFTID KWC1-P36


Latter-day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia
Volume 4
Stake and Ward Officers
Nevada Stake
Snow, Orrin Henry

Latter-day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia
Volume 4
Stake and Ward Officers
Nevada Stake
Snow, Orrin Henry

Petersen , Andrew Lothrap, Bishop of the Preston Ward, Nevada Stake, Nevada, from 1928 to 1930+, was born May 29, 1896, in Moroni, Utah, a son of Peter Martin Petersen and Laura Draper. He was baptized July 24, 1904, ordained a High Priest Aug. 25, 1925, by John V. Bluth, and a Bishop April 8, 1928, by Richard R. Lyman 
PETERSEN Andrew Lathrop (I287)
 
141 1 _FSFTID KWC2-6FR


1 _FSFTID KWC2-6FR 
MORTENSEN Ida Louise (I221)
 
142 1 _FSFTID KWC2-726


Myocarial Infarct/Cononary Occlusion/Arterio-sclerosis


-- MERGED NOTE ------------

1 _FSFTID KWC2-726


Myocarial Infarct/Cononary Occlusion/Arterio-sclerosis 
PETERSEN Sophie Charlotte (I411)
 
143 1 _FSFTID KWC2-BR4


known as Aunt Lena by Eunice Nielsen


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1 _FSFTID KWC2-BR4


known as Aunt Lena by Eunice Nielsen 
PETERSEN Karoline Kristine (I400)
 
144 1 _FSFTID KWC2-DV7


1 _FSFTID KWC2-DV7 
SYME Stanley (I245)
 
145 1 _FSFTID KWC2-DVQ


Invalid endowment temple code: LT.

Invalid endowment temple code: LT.

Invalid endowment temple code: LT.

Invalid endowment temple code: LT.


-- MERGED NOTE ------------

1 _FSFTID KWC2-DVQ


Invalid endowment temple code: LT.

Invalid endowment temple code: LT.

Invalid endowment temple code: LT.

Invalid endowment temple code: LT. 
SORENSEN Karen Marie (I214)
 
146 1 _FSFTID KWC2-RZC


1 _FSFTID KWC2-RZC 
MAYLETT Helen (I75)
 
147 1 _FSFTID KWC2-RZH


1 _FSFTID KWC2-RZH 
STOTT Girven C (I80)
 
148 1 _FSFTID KWC2-T1C


1 _FSFTID KWC2-T1C 
MORTENSEN Pearl Oneida (I164)
 
149 1 _FSFTID KWC6-14K


1 _FSFTID KWC6-14K 
WRIGLEY Edward Menta (I147)
 
150 1 _FSFTID KWC9-Z7B


1 _FSFTID KWC9-Z7B 
MORTENSEN Boyd (I96)
 
151 1 _FSFTID KWCB-DT4


1 _FSFTID KWCB-DT4 
VINCENT Norval Joseph (I139)
 
152 1 _FSFTID KWCB-GRV


1 _FSFTID KWCB-GRV 
ANDREASEN Axel Ferdinand (I466)
 
153 1 _FSFTID KWCB-VVS


1 _FSFTID KWCB-VVS 
TAYLOR Forrest Nell (I485)
 
154 1 _FSFTID KWCF-9MS


1 _FSFTID KWCF-9MS 
NIELSEN Carrie Jane (I405)
 
155 1 _FSFTID KWCF-N2P


AFN:4SFQ-C2


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1 _FSFTID KWCF-N2P


AFN:4SFQ-C2 
NIELSEN Amelia Marie (I216)
 
156 1 _FSFTID KWCH-9WM


Aunt Betsy was a very kind and gentel lady who had a smile that melted your heart.

Aunt Betsy was a very kind and gentel lady who had a smile that melted your heart.

Aunt Betsy was a very kind and gentel lady who had a smile that melted your heart.

Aunt Betsy was a very kind and gentel lady who had a smile that melted your heart.


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1 _FSFTID KWCH-9WM


Aunt Betsy was a very kind and gentel lady who had a smile that melted your heart.

Aunt Betsy was a very kind and gentel lady who had a smile that melted your heart.

Aunt Betsy was a very kind and gentel lady who had a smile that melted your heart.

Aunt Betsy was a very kind and gentel lady who had a smile that melted your heart. 
CURTIS Betsy (I247)
 
157 1 _FSFTID KWCJ-3PQ


1 _FSFTID KWCJ-3PQ 
DRAGE Alfred Ezra (I337)
 
158 1 _FSFTID KWCJ-4Z1


Heart Throbs of the West
Heart Throbs of the West Volume 12
The University of Utah and Other Schools of Early Days


"In 1854, the Council House was completed and school was held in that building at one time or another. As the town grew larger, a rock school house was built in each Ward. They were identical--one in the South Ward, a block west of the Assembly Hall and one in the North Ward on part of the Court House block. In the South Ward, J.P. Madsen and N.W. Anderson taught, and Mrs. Dalton, Ann Maylett and Wallace Billings taught in the North ward."

Birth & Bapt: Membership record Manti North ward FHL #26131. Death: Manti cem.


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1 _FSFTID KWCJ-4Z1


Heart Throbs of the West
Heart Throbs of the West Volume 12
The University of Utah and Other Schools of Early Days


"In 1854, the Council House was completed and school was held in that building at one time or another. As the town grew larger, a rock school house was built in each Ward. They were identical--one in the South Ward, a block west of the Assembly Hall and one in the North Ward on part of the Court House block. In the South Ward, J.P. Madsen and N.W. Anderson taught, and Mrs. Dalton, Ann Maylett and Wallace Billings taught in the North ward."

Birth & Bapt: Membership record Manti North ward FHL #26131. Death: Manti cem. 
MAYLETT Ann Whitaker (I27)
 
159 1 _FSFTID KWCJ-4ZT


1 _FSFTID KWCJ-4ZT 
BILLINGS Ezra Golden (I118)
 
160 1 _FSFTID KWCJ-VRM


1 _FSFTID KWCJ-VRM 
TUCKER Rueben Lillard (I82)
 
161 1 _FSFTID KWCK-CJP


1 _FSFTID KWCK-CJP 
GENTRY Ruby Louise (I81)
 
162 1 _FSFTID KWCL-1Z5


Birth & Bapt: Manti ward FHL #26129. Death: Family date. Marr: Sanpete Co. FHL
#481510 md 28 Jan 1896 to Joseph Franklin Tuttle also seen as Frank J. Tuttle.
Temple ord's verified.

Mary was born in the Maylett house at 282 West 4th North, Manti, Utah.


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1 _FSFTID KWCL-1Z5


Birth & Bapt: Manti ward FHL #26129. Death: Family date. Marr: Sanpete Co. FHL
#481510 md 28 Jan 1896 to Joseph Franklin Tuttle also seen as Frank J. Tuttle.
Temple ord's verified.

Mary was born in the Maylett house at 282 West 4th North, Manti, Utah. 
MAYLETT Mary Ellen (I29)
 
163 1 _FSFTID KWCL-1ZR


Joseph Franklin Tuttle was also known as: J. Frank Tuttle and Frank J. Tuttle.


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1 _FSFTID KWCL-1ZR


Joseph Franklin Tuttle was also known as: J. Frank Tuttle and Frank J. Tuttle. 
TUTTLE Joseph Franklin (I120)
 
164 1 _FSFTID KWCP-DBQ


1 _FSFTID KWCP-DBQ 
CHRISTENSEN Hannah Adalade (I226)
 
165 1 _FSFTID KWCQ-2GP


1 _FSFTID KWCQ-2GP 
CHAPMAN Thomas Lyon (I79)
 
166 1 _FSFTID KWCR-46C


1 _FSFTID KWCR-46C 
THOMAS Harriet (I583)
 
167 1 _FSFTID KWCR-N18


1 _FSFTID KWCR-N18 
DAVENPORT Ann (I588)
 
168 1 _FSFTID KWCR-N1Z


1 _FSFTID KWCR-N1Z 
BOYINGTON Robert Askew (I499)
 
169 1 _FSFTID KWCW-CX5


1 _FSFTID KWCW-CX5 
JENSEN George Martini (I387)
 
170 1 _FSFTID KWCW-MMT


Line in Record @I607@ (RIN 251) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
PLAC


GEN: From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
GEN: From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
GEN: From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
GEN: From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.


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1 _FSFTID KWCW-MMT


Line in Record @I607@ (RIN 251) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
PLAC


GEN: From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
GEN: From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
GEN: From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
GEN: From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
DRAPER Aury (I251)
 
171 1 _FSFTID KWCX-V2W


1 _FSFTID KWCX-V2W 
STEVENS Lula Luetta (I536)
 
172 1 _FSFTID KWCY-5F3


1 _FSFTID KWCY-5F3 
HENRIE Samuel (I585)
 
173 1 _FSFTID KWCY-5FS


1 _FSFTID KWCY-5FS 
BOYINGTON Hannah Elisabeth (I497)
 
174 1 _FSFTID KWD3-VHC


Ted MAYLETT
Birth Date: 31 Jul 1938
Death Date: 17 Nov 2006
Social Security Number: 528-50-8167
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Utah

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 95945
Localities: Alta Hill, Nevada, California
Alta Sierra, Nevada, California
Bear River Pines, Nevada, California
Boston Ravine, Nevada, California
Glenbrook Heights, Nevada, California
Grass Valley, Nevada, California
Hills Flat, Nevada, California
La Barr Meadows, Nevada, California
Peardale, Nevada, California
Spring Hill, Nevada, California
Sunset View, Nevada, California
Union Hill, Nevada, California
Willaura Estates, Nevada, California


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1 _FSFTID KWD3-VHC


Ted MAYLETT
Birth Date: 31 Jul 1938
Death Date: 17 Nov 2006
Social Security Number: 528-50-8167
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Utah

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 95945
Localities: Alta Hill, Nevada, California
Alta Sierra, Nevada, California
Bear River Pines, Nevada, California
Boston Ravine, Nevada, California
Glenbrook Heights, Nevada, California
Grass Valley, Nevada, California
Hills Flat, Nevada, California
La Barr Meadows, Nevada, California
Peardale, Nevada, California
Spring Hill, Nevada, California
Sunset View, Nevada, California
Union Hill, Nevada, California
Willaura Estates, Nevada, California 2 _PRIM Y
2 _PRIM Y
2 _PRIM Y
2 _PRIM Y 2 _PRIM Y
2 _PRIM Y
2 _PRIM Y
2 _PRIM Y 
MAYLETT Ted E (I16)
 
175 1 _FSFTID KWH7-WFP


1 _FSFTID KWH7-WFP 
MORTENSEN Loyd (I97)
 
176 1 _FSFTID KWHR-4J1


1 _FSFTID KWHR-4J1 
SEELEY Kenna Rae (I406)
 
177 1 _FSFTID KWJ4-G13


1 _FSFTID KWJ4-G13 
BRAITHWAITE George (I512)
 
178 1 _FSFTID KWJ4-G1Q


1 _FSFTID KWJ4-G1Q 
JOHNSTUN Sarah Sariah (I595)
 
179 1 _FSFTID KWJ4-L49


1 _FSFTID KWJ4-L49 
HENRIE Cora Dell (I203)
 
180 1 _FSFTID KWJ4-L4M


Sailed to US from Liverpool on 28 Feb 1853 on the "International" with 425 LDS persons on board, captained by Capt. D Brown, and landing in New Orleans on 4/23/53..

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
Taken from the book Ships, Saints and Mariners: A Maritime Encyclopedia of Mormon Migration, 1830-1890 by Conway
Sonne, Utah State University Press, Salt Lake City, 1987, pp. ??.


Ship: 1003 tons: 176' x 35' x 18' Built: 1831 by Cement Littlefield at
Kennebunk Maine

The square-rigged INTERNATIONAL made one of the most successful and
notable Mormon emigrant voyages. It began at Liverpool on 28
February 1853. On board were 425 Saints under the presidency of
Elder Christopher Arthur and his counselors, John Lyon and Richard
Waddington. Captain David Brown of Provincetown, Massachusetts,
was part-owner and master of the vessel. During the crossing there
were seven deaths, seven births, and five marriages.

Shortly after the ship left port, Elder Arthur called a meeting of
priesthood holders in the company. He then divided the emigrants into eight wards, six for the steerage and two for the second-class cabin passengers. An elder presided over each ward and was accountable to a general council. These leaders were responsible for the health, behavior, and welfare of the emigrants. Every evening meetings were held for worship, instruction, and testimony bearing. During the voyage the Saints were filled with religious fervor, and spiritual manifestations such as speaking in tongues and prophesying were reported. In a letter to President Samuel W. Richards, dated 26 April 1853, Arthur described a unique missionary success:
"These things and the good conduct of the Saints have had a happy result in bringing many to a knowledge of the truth. And I am now glad to inform you that we baptized all on board except three persons. We can number the captain, first and second mates, with eighteen (18) of the crew. . . . The others baptized were friends of the brethren. The number baptized in all is forty-eight (48). . . . The captain is truly a noble, generous-hearted man; and to his honor I can say that no man ever left Liverpool with a company of Saints more beloved by them, or who has been more friendly and social than he has been with us; indeed, words are inadequate to express the fatherly care over us as a people; our welfare seemed to be near to his heart."

Except for minor bouts of seasickness, the emigrants were remarkably free from illness. For five weeks the ship encountered head winds and some heavy gales. In one storm the vessel nearly capsized. Yet at times she sailed about two hundred twenty miles a day.

On 6 April the emigrants assembled on the forecastle to celebrate the twenty-third anniversary of the church. Six musket rounds were fired and the festivities began. The celebrants marched to the poop deck, and the leaders robed in sashes with white rosettes on their chests took seats with their backs to the mainmast. Twelve young men and twelve young women, picturesquely robed, seated themselves on each side of the presidency. Then were scripture readings, partaking of the sacrament, speeches, singing, recitations, dancing, and four marriages. The program lasted until late at night. President Arthur wrote that "everything was done with the highest decorum." He added an interesting footnote "I am happy to say we called Brother Brown (Captain) with others of the officers of the ship to office, Brother Brown to that of an Elder."

This happy voyage ended at New Orleans on 23 April--a fifty-four-day passage. The Saints continued their journey by steamboat up the Mississippi to Keokuk, Iowa.

The International, which operated in the White Star Line and later in the Warren & Thayer's Line, was owned by Captain Brown and six other Yankees. Her registration indicates this three-master was built with two decks, no galleries, a square stem, and 2 billethead. In 1863 the vessel was lost at sea.

.Crossed plains to Utah with Captain Philemon C. Merrill's oxtrain company from June 6 - Aug 16 1856

....Baptized by Elder T. Robbins

Surname: Maylett
First:
Emigration Year: 1853

William MAYLETT
Please keep in mind:

All data that appears between brackets has been added by the extraction supervisors in order to help the researcher identify the information provided in the record.

Not all of the information contained in the record has been extracted.

The Notes field contains some relevant information that might help the researcher further identify the individual.

The names of cities that appear on the records have been standardized using the modern spelling of the name.
Vital Information

Gender: Unknown
Origin: Ludlow
Age: 30
Emigration

Date: 28 Feb 1853
Place: at New Orleans, Louisiana from Liverpool, England
Voyage (Ship) name: International
Church Leader: Christopher Arthur
Source: BMR, Book #1044, pp. 120-139 (FHL #025,690); Customs #162 (FHL #200,173)
Arrival

Date: 25 Apil 1853
Place: at New Orleans, Louisiana from Liverpool, England
Voyage (Ship) name: International
Church Leader: Christopher Arthur
Source: BMR, Book #1044, pp. 120-139 (FHL #025,690); Customs #162 (FHL #200,173)
Sources

Archive: Mormon Immigration Index
Passenger key: 27917
Source Description: This is a collection of information about LDS immigration to the United States from the years 1840-1890. This information is taken from personal voyage accounts, the European Emigration Card Index, European mission registers, LDS publications, and custom lists.

Maylett, William, 1853, NA, International, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 200173 25690

Birth: Manti Ward record FHL #26129. 1851 census, EHOUS, & Family History.
Death Manti ward FHL #26129 & Manti Cem. Marr: EHOUS. Marr: (1) 6 Apr 1851 to
Elizabeth Rudd. Marr: (2) 12 Jul 1861 & 7 Nov 1865 to Elizabeth Hall. Bapt:
TIB. Temple ord's verified. 1851 census said born at Bromfield. Check Fowler
bapt by proxy!

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
Taken from the book Ships, Saints and Mariners: A Maritime Encyclopedia of Mormon Migration, 1830-1890 by Conway
Sonne, Utah State University Press, Salt Lake City, 1987, pp. ??.

Ship: 1003 tons: 176' x 35' x 18' Built: 1831 by Cement Littlefield at
Kennebunk Maine

The square-rigged International made one of the most successful and
notable Mormon emigrant voyages. It began at Liverpool on 28
February 1853. On board were 425 Saints under the presidency of
Elder Christopher Arthur and his counselors, John Lyon and Richard
Waddington. Captain David Brown of Provincetown, Massachusetts,
was part-owner and master of the vessel. During the crossing there
were seven deaths, seven births, and five marriages.

Shortly after the ship left port, Elder Arthur called a meeting of
priesthood holders in the company. He then divided the emigrants into eight wards, six for the steerage and two for the second-class cabin passengers. An elder presided over each ward and was accountable to a general council. These leaders were responsible for the health, behavior, and welfare of the emigrants. Every evening meetings were held for worship, instruction, and testimony bearing. During the voyage the Saints were filled with religious fervor, and spiritual manifestations such as speaking in tongues and prophesying were reported. In a letter to President Samuel W. Richards, dated 26 April 1853, Arthur described a unique missionary success:
"These things and the good conduct of the Saints have had a happy result in bringing many to a knowledge of the truth. And I am now glad to inform you that we baptized all on board except three persons. We can number the captain, first and second mates, with eighteen (18) of the crew. . . . The others baptized were friends of the brethren. The number baptized in all is forty-eight (48). . . . The captain is truly a noble, generous-hearted man; and to his honor I can say that no man ever left Liverpool with a company of Saints more beloved by them, or who has been more friendly and social than he has been with us; indeed, words are inadequate to express the fatherly care over us as a people; our welfare seemed to be near to his heart."

Except for minor bouts of seasickness, the emigrants were remarkably free from illness. For five weeks the ship encountered head winds and some heavy gales. In one storm the vessel nearly capsized. Yet at times she sailed about two hundred twenty miles a day.

On 6 April the emigrants assembled on the forecastle to celebrate the twenty-third anniversary of the church. Six musket rounds were fired and the festivities began. The celebrants marched to the poop deck, and the leaders robed in sashes with white rosettes on their chests took seats with their backs to the mainmast. Twelve young men and twelve young women, picturesquely robed, seated themselves on each side of the presidency. Then them were scripture readings, partaking of the sacrament, speeches, singing, recitations, dancing, and four marriages. The program lasted until late at night. President Arthur wrote that "everything was done with the highest decorum." He added an interesting footnote "I am happy to say we called Brother Brown (Captain) with others of the officers of the ship to office, Brother Brown to that of an Elder."

This happy voyage ended at New Orleans on 23 April--a fifty-four-day passage. The Saints continued their journey by steamboat up the Mississippi to Keokuk, Iowa.

The International, which operated in the White Star Line and later in the Warren & Thayer's Line, was owned by Captain Brown and six other Yankees. Her registration indicates this three-master was built with two decks, no galleries, a square stem, and 2 billethead. In 1863 the vessel was lost at sea.

.Crossed plains to Utah with Captain Philemon C. Merrill's oxtrain company from June 6 - Aug 16 1856

Surname: Maylett
First:
Emigration Year: 1853


Iowa, State Census Collection, 1836-1925 about Wm Maylett
Name: Wm Maylett
Census Date: 1854
Residence State: Iowa
Residence County: Lee
Locality: Jackson
Roll: IA_121
Line: 32
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Wm Maylett


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Sailed to US from Liverpool on 28 Feb 1853 on the "International" with 425 LDS persons on board, captained by Capt. D Brown, and landing in New Orleans on 4/23/53..

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
Taken from the book Ships, Saints and Mariners: A Maritime Encyclopedia of Mormon Migration, 1830-1890 by Conway
Sonne, Utah State University Press, Salt Lake City, 1987, pp. ??.


Ship: 1003 tons: 176' x 35' x 18' Built: 1831 by Cement Littlefield at
Kennebunk Maine

The square-rigged INTERNATIONAL made one of the most successful and
notable Mormon emigrant voyages. It began at Liverpool on 28
February 1853. On board were 425 Saints under the presidency of
Elder Christopher Arthur and his counselors, John Lyon and Richard
Waddington. Captain David Brown of Provincetown, Massachusetts,
was part-owner and master of the vessel. During the crossing there
were seven deaths, seven births, and five marriages.

Shortly after the ship left port, Elder Arthur called a meeting of
priesthood holders in the company. He then divided the emigrants into eight wards, six for the steerage and two for the second-class cabin passengers. An elder presided over each ward and was accountable to a general council. These leaders were responsible for the health, behavior, and welfare of the emigrants. Every evening meetings were held for worship, instruction, and testimony bearing. During the voyage the Saints were filled with religious fervor, and spiritual manifestations such as speaking in tongues and prophesying were reported. In a letter to President Samuel W. Richards, dated 26 April 1853, Arthur described a unique missionary success:
"These things and the good conduct of the Saints have had a happy result in bringing many to a knowledge of the truth. And I am now glad to inform you that we baptized all on board except three persons. We can number the captain, first and second mates, with eighteen (18) of the crew. . . . The others baptized were friends of the brethren. The number baptized in all is forty-eight (48). . . . The captain is truly a noble, generous-hearted man; and to his honor I can say that no man ever left Liverpool with a company of Saints more beloved by them, or who has been more friendly and social than he has been with us; indeed, words are inadequate to express the fatherly care over us as a people; our welfare seemed to be near to his heart."

Except for minor bouts of seasickness, the emigrants were remarkably free from illness. For five weeks the ship encountered head winds and some heavy gales. In one storm the vessel nearly capsized. Yet at times she sailed about two hundred twenty miles a day.

On 6 April the emigrants assembled on the forecastle to celebrate the twenty-third anniversary of the church. Six musket rounds were fired and the festivities began. The celebrants marched to the poop deck, and the leaders robed in sashes with white rosettes on their chests took seats with their backs to the mainmast. Twelve young men and twelve young women, picturesquely robed, seated themselves on each side of the presidency. Then were scripture readings, partaking of the sacrament, speeches, singing, recitations, dancing, and four marriages. The program lasted until late at night. President Arthur wrote that "everything was done with the highest decorum." He added an interesting footnote "I am happy to say we called Brother Brown (Captain) with others of the officers of the ship to office, Brother Brown to that of an Elder."

This happy voyage ended at New Orleans on 23 April--a fifty-four-day passage. The Saints continued their journey by steamboat up the Mississippi to Keokuk, Iowa.

The International, which operated in the White Star Line and later in the Warren & Thayer's Line, was owned by Captain Brown and six other Yankees. Her registration indicates this three-master was built with two decks, no galleries, a square stem, and 2 billethead. In 1863 the vessel was lost at sea.

.Crossed plains to Utah with Captain Philemon C. Merrill's oxtrain company from June 6 - Aug 16 1856

....Baptized by Elder T. Robbins

Surname: Maylett
First:
Emigration Year: 1853

William MAYLETT
Please keep in mind:

All data that appears between brackets has been added by the extraction supervisors in order to help the researcher identify the information provided in the record.

Not all of the information contained in the record has been extracted.

The Notes field contains some relevant information that might help the researcher further identify the individual.

The names of cities that appear on the records have been standardized using the modern spelling of the name.
Vital Information

Gender: Unknown
Origin: Ludlow
Age: 30
Emigration

Date: 28 Feb 1853
Place: at New Orleans, Louisiana from Liverpool, England
Voyage (Ship) name: International
Church Leader: Christopher Arthur
Source: BMR, Book #1044, pp. 120-139 (FHL #025,690); Customs #162 (FHL #200,173)
Arrival

Date: 25 Apil 1853
Place: at New Orleans, Louisiana from Liverpool, England
Voyage (Ship) name: International
Church Leader: Christopher Arthur
Source: BMR, Book #1044, pp. 120-139 (FHL #025,690); Customs #162 (FHL #200,173)
Sources

Archive: Mormon Immigration Index
Passenger key: 27917
Source Description: This is a collection of information about LDS immigration to the United States from the years 1840-1890. This information is taken from personal voyage accounts, the European Emigration Card Index, European mission registers, LDS publications, and custom lists.

Maylett, William, 1853, NA, International, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 200173 25690

Birth: Manti Ward record FHL #26129. 1851 census, EHOUS, & Family History.
Death Manti ward FHL #26129 & Manti Cem. Marr: EHOUS. Marr: (1) 6 Apr 1851 to
Elizabeth Rudd. Marr: (2) 12 Jul 1861 & 7 Nov 1865 to Elizabeth Hall. Bapt:
TIB. Temple ord's verified. 1851 census said born at Bromfield. Check Fowler
bapt by proxy!

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
Taken from the book Ships, Saints and Mariners: A Maritime Encyclopedia of Mormon Migration, 1830-1890 by Conway
Sonne, Utah State University Press, Salt Lake City, 1987, pp. ??.

Ship: 1003 tons: 176' x 35' x 18' Built: 1831 by Cement Littlefield at
Kennebunk Maine

The square-rigged International made one of the most successful and
notable Mormon emigrant voyages. It began at Liverpool on 28
February 1853. On board were 425 Saints under the presidency of
Elder Christopher Arthur and his counselors, John Lyon and Richard
Waddington. Captain David Brown of Provincetown, Massachusetts,
was part-owner and master of the vessel. During the crossing there
were seven deaths, seven births, and five marriages.

Shortly after the ship left port, Elder Arthur called a meeting of
priesthood holders in the company. He then divided the emigrants into eight wards, six for the steerage and two for the second-class cabin passengers. An elder presided over each ward and was accountable to a general council. These leaders were responsible for the health, behavior, and welfare of the emigrants. Every evening meetings were held for worship, instruction, and testimony bearing. During the voyage the Saints were filled with religious fervor, and spiritual manifestations such as speaking in tongues and prophesying were reported. In a letter to President Samuel W. Richards, dated 26 April 1853, Arthur described a unique missionary success:
"These things and the good conduct of the Saints have had a happy result in bringing many to a knowledge of the truth. And I am now glad to inform you that we baptized all on board except three persons. We can number the captain, first and second mates, with eighteen (18) of the crew. . . . The others baptized were friends of the brethren. The number baptized in all is forty-eight (48). . . . The captain is truly a noble, generous-hearted man; and to his honor I can say that no man ever left Liverpool with a company of Saints more beloved by them, or who has been more friendly and social than he has been with us; indeed, words are inadequate to express the fatherly care over us as a people; our welfare seemed to be near to his heart."

Except for minor bouts of seasickness, the emigrants were remarkably free from illness. For five weeks the ship encountered head winds and some heavy gales. In one storm the vessel nearly capsized. Yet at times she sailed about two hundred twenty miles a day.

On 6 April the emigrants assembled on the forecastle to celebrate the twenty-third anniversary of the church. Six musket rounds were fired and the festivities began. The celebrants marched to the poop deck, and the leaders robed in sashes with white rosettes on their chests took seats with their backs to the mainmast. Twelve young men and twelve young women, picturesquely robed, seated themselves on each side of the presidency. Then them were scripture readings, partaking of the sacrament, speeches, singing, recitations, dancing, and four marriages. The program lasted until late at night. President Arthur wrote that "everything was done with the highest decorum." He added an interesting footnote "I am happy to say we called Brother Brown (Captain) with others of the officers of the ship to office, Brother Brown to that of an Elder."

This happy voyage ended at New Orleans on 23 April--a fifty-four-day passage. The Saints continued their journey by steamboat up the Mississippi to Keokuk, Iowa.

The International, which operated in the White Star Line and later in the Warren & Thayer's Line, was owned by Captain Brown and six other Yankees. Her registration indicates this three-master was built with two decks, no galleries, a square stem, and 2 billethead. In 1863 the vessel was lost at sea.

.Crossed plains to Utah with Captain Philemon C. Merrill's oxtrain company from June 6 - Aug 16 1856

Surname: Maylett
First:
Emigration Year: 1853


Iowa, State Census Collection, 1836-1925 about Wm Maylett
Name: Wm Maylett
Census Date: 1854
Residence State: Iowa
Residence County: Lee
Locality: Jackson
Roll: IA_121
Line: 32
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Wm Maylett 2 _TYPE DOCUMENT 2 _TYPE DOCUMENT 2 _TYPE DOCUMENT 
Honorable MAYLETT William Francis (I22)
 
181 1 _FSFTID KWJ4-LT3


BRAITHWAITE, Hannah <1807> Amazon 1863
Age: 56 Origin: England Occ: Widow
Note: BMR, p.314
BRAITHWAITE, George <1834> Amazon 1863
Age: 29 Origin: England Occ: Shoemaker
BRAITHWAITE, Hannah <1836> Amazon 1863
Age: 27 Origin: England Occ: Wife
BRAITHWAITE, Rowland <1836> Amazon 1863
Age: 27 Origin: England Occ: Shoemaker
Note: BMR, p.306
BRAITHWAITE, Hannah <1839> Amazon 1863
Age: 24 Origin: England Occ: Spinster
BRAITHWAITE, William <1842> Amazon 1863
Age: 21 Origin: England
BRAITHWAITE, Joseph <1845> Amazon 1863
Age: 18 Origin: England
BRAITHWAITE, Mary A. <1859> Amazon 1863
Age: 4 Origin: England
BRAITHWAITE, Eliza A. <1863> Amazon 1863
Age: infant Origin: England
Note: "Infant" (BMR)

Ship: Amazon
Date of Departure: 4 Jun 1863 Port of Departure: London, England
LDS Immigrants: 895 Church Leader: William Bramall
Date of Arrival: 18 Jul 1863 Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Source(s): BMR, Book #1047, pp. 277-316 (FHL #025,691); Customs #747 (FHL #175,587)
Notes: "AMAZON. -- The splendid packet ship Amazon, Captain H. K. Hovey, also sailed from London on the 4th instant, with a company of 895 souls of the Saints on board under the presidency of Elder William Bramall; Elders Edward L. Sloan and Richard Palmer being associeated with him as his counselors. The company passed the Government Emigration Officers on the 3rd, who eulogized their order, harmony and general appearance, after which Presedent Cannon, who was accompanied by several elders from various parts of the mission, held a meeting organized the company and gave appropriate instructions. The interest manifested by strangers and the officials whose duty called them to be contiguous to the ship, evinced how much excitement the novelty of a ship-load of Saints, leaving London, produced. During the meeting which accompanied the organization, the officers of the ship, the cabin passengers and the visitors on board listened with marked attention; while the unanimity of feeling manifested by the Saints, and the deep interest with which they listened to the instructions given and took part in the proceedings on the occasion, evidently made a deep impression on them, displaying, as it did, a something so different from all their conceptions of us as a people. A brass band, from Soulth Wales, the performers being members of the Church on their way to Zion on the Amazon, discoursed sweet music on the poop-deck before and after the meeting, while the sun shone down upon the crowded deck as if the heavens and the earth were combining together to bestow their blessings upon the last company of the season. The presidency having been appointed and Elder William M'Lachlan nominated as clerk, Elder Kay closed the meeting with prayer, President Cannon having pronounced a blessing upon the ship, her officers and crew and the Saints on board. There was considerable excitement manifested by the people on shore as this vessel left the dock and moved down the river, the people on the wharves cheering, and, on the banks of the river and on the vessels anchored in the stream waving their handkerchiefs and hats and giving vent to other demonstrations in response to the singing of the people and the music of the band. It is worthy of note that the departure of the Amazon from London, laden with Saints, is another instance of the fulfillment of prophecy. Some years ago, while Elder Eli B. Kelsey was laboring in London, he predicted in a public meeting in that city that ships should yet leave that port filled with Saints emigrating to Zion. It was with no intention of bringing about the fulfillment of the at prophecy that we chartered the Amazon, for we were entirely ignorant of the utterance of such a prediction until we heard it stated in a meeting of the Saints held on Sunday, the 1st instant, three days before she sailed. Indeed, the chartering of this vessel was not a matter of choice with us but of necessity. We could not obtain a vessel in the port of Liverpool suitable to our pupose -- vessels of this description being almost unprecedentedly scarce this spring, and we were, therefore, compelled to go to London. Thus were circumstances overruled to bring to pass the fulfillment of the words of a servant of God! Of the elders who sailed on the Amazon, four were from the Valley -- Elders Bramall, Palmer, Edward T. Edwards, and A. W. Van der Woude. . . ."


"June. Thurs. 4. [June 1863] -- The packet ship Amazon sailed from London, England, with 882 (or 895) Saints, under the direction of William Bramall. It arrived in New York harbor July 18th, and the immigrants reached Florence [Nebraska] a few days later."


from Sarah and Nettie Boyington:

Hannah came from a well-to-do family. She was of small stature, being thin, had dark hair and was known for her lovely disposition. Her health was fair and she was of a religious nature. Her father passed away and was buried in England and it was in the schools of England that she received her education. [An interesting difference of view from other Braithwaite histories!- MG]

When her future husband was asked, "Why don't you court Hannah?" Thomas replied, "She is too fancy for me." However, he must have "courted" her. Another misconception that Thomas had of Hannah was: "She would never know how to work," but Hannah certainly proved the contrary in spite of her small build. She was a good Relief Society member of the LDS Church. She was a friendly neighbor and was particularly good to visit the sick. Hannah was of slight build with dark hair, as remembered by her grandson Gerald Henrie who was nine years of age when she passed away. She was fussy about her clothes, especially with her shoes.


-- MERGED NOTE ------------

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BRAITHWAITE, Hannah <1807> Amazon 1863
Age: 56 Origin: England Occ: Widow
Note: BMR, p.314
BRAITHWAITE, George <1834> Amazon 1863
Age: 29 Origin: England Occ: Shoemaker
BRAITHWAITE, Hannah <1836> Amazon 1863
Age: 27 Origin: England Occ: Wife
BRAITHWAITE, Rowland <1836> Amazon 1863
Age: 27 Origin: England Occ: Shoemaker
Note: BMR, p.306
BRAITHWAITE, Hannah <1839> Amazon 1863
Age: 24 Origin: England Occ: Spinster
BRAITHWAITE, William <1842> Amazon 1863
Age: 21 Origin: England
BRAITHWAITE, Joseph <1845> Amazon 1863
Age: 18 Origin: England
BRAITHWAITE, Mary A. <1859> Amazon 1863
Age: 4 Origin: England
BRAITHWAITE, Eliza A. <1863> Amazon 1863
Age: infant Origin: England
Note: "Infant" (BMR)

Ship: Amazon
Date of Departure: 4 Jun 1863 Port of Departure: London, England
LDS Immigrants: 895 Church Leader: William Bramall
Date of Arrival: 18 Jul 1863 Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Source(s): BMR, Book #1047, pp. 277-316 (FHL #025,691); Customs #747 (FHL #175,587)
Notes: "AMAZON. -- The splendid packet ship Amazon, Captain H. K. Hovey, also sailed from London on the 4th instant, with a company of 895 souls of the Saints on board under the presidency of Elder William Bramall; Elders Edward L. Sloan and Richard Palmer being associeated with him as his counselors. The company passed the Government Emigration Officers on the 3rd, who eulogized their order, harmony and general appearance, after which Presedent Cannon, who was accompanied by several elders from various parts of the mission, held a meeting organized the company and gave appropriate instructions. The interest manifested by strangers and the officials whose duty called them to be contiguous to the ship, evinced how much excitement the novelty of a ship-load of Saints, leaving London, produced. During the meeting which accompanied the organization, the officers of the ship, the cabin passengers and the visitors on board listened with marked attention; while the unanimity of feeling manifested by the Saints, and the deep interest with which they listened to the instructions given and took part in the proceedings on the occasion, evidently made a deep impression on them, displaying, as it did, a something so different from all their conceptions of us as a people. A brass band, from Soulth Wales, the performers being members of the Church on their way to Zion on the Amazon, discoursed sweet music on the poop-deck before and after the meeting, while the sun shone down upon the crowded deck as if the heavens and the earth were combining together to bestow their blessings upon the last company of the season. The presidency having been appointed and Elder William M'Lachlan nominated as clerk, Elder Kay closed the meeting with prayer, President Cannon having pronounced a blessing upon the ship, her officers and crew and the Saints on board. There was considerable excitement manifested by the people on shore as this vessel left the dock and moved down the river, the people on the wharves cheering, and, on the banks of the river and on the vessels anchored in the stream waving their handkerchiefs and hats and giving vent to other demonstrations in response to the singing of the people and the music of the band. It is worthy of note that the departure of the Amazon from London, laden with Saints, is another instance of the fulfillment of prophecy. Some years ago, while Elder Eli B. Kelsey was laboring in London, he predicted in a public meeting in that city that ships should yet leave that port filled with Saints emigrating to Zion. It was with no intention of bringing about the fulfillment of the at prophecy that we chartered the Amazon, for we were entirely ignorant of the utterance of such a prediction until we heard it stated in a meeting of the Saints held on Sunday, the 1st instant, three days before she sailed. Indeed, the chartering of this vessel was not a matter of choice with us but of necessity. We could not obtain a vessel in the port of Liverpool suitable to our pupose -- vessels of this description being almost unprecedentedly scarce this spring, and we were, therefore, compelled to go to London. Thus were circumstances overruled to bring to pass the fulfillment of the words of a servant of God! Of the elders who sailed on the Amazon, four were from the Valley -- Elders Bramall, Palmer, Edward T. Edwards, and A. W. Van der Woude. . . ."


"June. Thurs. 4. [June 1863] -- The packet ship Amazon sailed from London, England, with 882 (or 895) Saints, under the direction of William Bramall. It arrived in New York harbor July 18th, and the immigrants reached Florence [Nebraska] a few days later."


from Sarah and Nettie Boyington:

Hannah came from a well-to-do family. She was of small stature, being thin, had dark hair and was known for her lovely disposition. Her health was fair and she was of a religious nature. Her father passed away and was buried in England and it was in the schools of England that she received her education. [An interesting difference of view from other Braithwaite histories!- MG]

When her future husband was asked, "Why don't you court Hannah?" Thomas replied, "She is too fancy for me." However, he must have "courted" her. Another misconception that Thomas had of Hannah was: "She would never know how to work," but Hannah certainly proved the contrary in spite of her small build. She was a good Relief Society member of the LDS Church. She was a friendly neighbor and was particularly good to visit the sick. Hannah was of slight build with dark hair, as remembered by her grandson Gerald Henrie who was nine years of age when she passed away. She was fussy about her clothes, especially with her shoes. 
BRAITHWAITE Hannah (I36)
 
182 1 _FSFTID KWJ4-LTS


1 _FSFTID KWJ4-LTS 
BOYINGTON Nettie Millbrough (I503)
 
183 1 _FSFTID KWJ4-LW1


Baptized by Elder Sam Wooley.

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.


Birth: Birth cert. Death: Manti Cem. Marr & Bapt: EHOUS record. Temple ord's
verified.


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1 _FSFTID KWJ4-LW1


Baptized by Elder Sam Wooley.

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.


Birth: Birth cert. Death: Manti Cem. Marr & Bapt: EHOUS record. Temple ord's
verified. 
WILSON Margaret (I126)
 
184 1 _FSFTID KWJ4-LWB


Birth & Bapt: Manti ward FHL #26129. Death: Family date. Marr: Sanpte co FHL
#481510 md 11 Dec 1894 to Cora Dell Henrie. Marr: (2) 17 Jun 1920 to Emma Tomina
Jensen.


-- MERGED NOTE ------------

1 _FSFTID KWJ4-LWB


Birth & Bapt: Manti ward FHL #26129. Death: Family date. Marr: Sanpte co FHL
#481510 md 11 Dec 1894 to Cora Dell Henrie. Marr: (2) 17 Jun 1920 to Emma Tomina
Jensen. 
MAYLETT John Franklin (I28)
 
185 1 _FSFTID KWJ7-QZL


1 _FSFTID KWJ7-QZL 
ATKINSON Elizabeth (I591)
 
186 1 _FSFTID KWJ8-PS7


1 _FSFTID KWJ8-PS7 
CHRISTENSEN Amelia Dorthea (I23)
 
187 1 _FSFTID KWJ8-Q4R


1 _FSFTID KWJ8-Q4R 
KENDALL Harry Hilton (I125)
 
188 1 _FSFTID KWJ8-X58


1 _FSFTID KWJ8-X58 
BOYINGTON Sarah Ann (I501)
 
189 1 _FSFTID KWJ8-ZMD


1 _FSFTID KWJ8-ZMD 
PETERSEN Martin Lowell (I43)
 
190 1 _FSFTID KWJC-75P


1 _FSFTID KWJC-75P 
MORTENSEN Ane Joanna (I124)
 
191 1 _FSFTID KWJD-H6V


1 _FSFTID KWJD-H6V 
NEWTON Fanny (I255)
 
192 1 _FSFTID KWJF-1KJ


HANNAH, ALONG WITH SISTER (ELIZABETH), WERE ILLIGITIMATE DAUGHTERS OF MARY
ASKEW. HANNAH WAS BORN WHEN HER MOTHER WAS BUT 15 YEARS OF AGE. FATHER
LISTED, JAMES PARRINGTON, WAS HER STEP-FATHER.

Work originally done: Baptism 12 Apr 1843, End. 10 Oct 1864 or 12 Jul 1864. Mary had her two daughters (Hannah and Elizabeth) while very young out of wed-lock. Her two daughters were grown at the time of her marriage to Parrington. Hannah's family joined the church and moved to Utah, and it was her sons and daughter who had the above work done.


-- MERGED NOTE ------------

1 _FSFTID KWJF-1KJ


HANNAH, ALONG WITH SISTER (ELIZABETH), WERE ILLIGITIMATE DAUGHTERS OF MARY
ASKEW. HANNAH WAS BORN WHEN HER MOTHER WAS BUT 15 YEARS OF AGE. FATHER
LISTED, JAMES PARRINGTON, WAS HER STEP-FATHER.

Work originally done: Baptism 12 Apr 1843, End. 10 Oct 1864 or 12 Jul 1864. Mary had her two daughters (Hannah and Elizabeth) while very young out of wed-lock. Her two daughters were grown at the time of her marriage to Parrington. Hannah's family joined the church and moved to Utah, and it was her sons and daughter who had the above work done. 
ASKEW Hannah (I37)
 
193 1 _FSFTID KWJF-1L2


1 _FSFTID KWJF-1L2 
BRAITHWAITE John (I508)
 
194 1 _FSFTID KWJF-P4Z


1 _FSFTID KWJF-P4Z 
MORTENSEN Morten Kristian Albert (I472)
 
195 1 _FSFTID KWJG-8SD


1 _FSFTID KWJG-8SD 
DRAPER Laura Dame (I20)
 
196 1 _FSFTID KWJH-418


Ship: Idaho
Date of Departure: 30 Jun 1875 Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
LDS Immigrants: 765 Church Leader: Christen G. Larsen
Date of Arrival: 14 Jul 1875 Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Ship: Idaho
Date of Departure: 30 Jun 1875 Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
LDS Immigrants: 765 Church Leader: Christen G. Larsen
Date of Arrival: 14 Jul 1875 Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Source(s): BMR, Book #1042, pp. 16-22 (FHL #025,693); Customs #621 (FHL #175,755)
Notes: "EMIGRATION. -- On Wednesday last, June 30th, at 6 p.m., the third company of Saints, this year, sailed from this port for New York on board Guion & Co.'s United States Mail Steamer Idaho, Captain Beddoes. There were 765 passengers -- consisting of 666 Scandinavians, namely, 447 adults; 188 children; 25 infants, and 6 returning missionaries: -- English, 56 adults; 38 children; 4 infants, and 1 returning missionary. The company were all feeling well -- being in the enjoyment of good health and spirits. We anticipate for them a safe and pleasant journey to their mountain home. They have the services of seven very able men in the elders returning to Zion. God bless them! May he control the elements in their favor!DEPARTURE. -- The following missionaries left England on board the S. S. Idaho, June 30th ultimo, all in the enjoyment of good health and good spirits. Six of these brethren have been faithfully laboring in the Scandinavian Mission, and the other in Wales, with much success. They leave us with our best wishes for their welfare: they are men of goodwill -- of temperance -- of peace. We say, May God bless them! Elder C. G. Larsen arrived at Liverpool May 26, 1873, Elders John Frantzen, L. S. Andersen, Neils Anderson, Andrew Jenson, arrived same date. Elder P. C. Geertsen arrived at Liverpool November 12, 1873. They proceeded at once on their way to their appointed field of labor in the Scandinavian Mission, where they have been wisely and energetically preaching the gospel and counseling the Saints up to the time of their departure. Bishop C. G. Larsen presided over the mission, having succeeded Elder Canute Petersen June, 1873. These brethren have been greatly prospered in the ministry. Elder Miles L. Williams arrived at Liverpool June 14, 1874. Was appointed to labor in the Welsh Conference, under the direction of Elder Henry Hughes, whom he succeeded in the presidency of that conference May 3rd. Elder Williams has done well."


"Wed. 30. [June 1875] -- The steamship Idaho sailed from Liverpool, England, with 765 Saints, under the direction of Christen G. Larsen. The company arrived at New York July 14th, and at Ogden July 22nd."





"Wed. 30. [June 1875] -- The steamship Idaho sailed from Liverpool, England, with 765 Saints, under the direction of Christen G. Larsen. The company arrived at New York July 14th, and at Ogden July 22nd."


". . . On Friday, June 25, 1875, about 3 o'clock a.m., the first company of the season's emigration of Scandinavian Saints (658 souls) sailed from Copenhagen, on two steamers, namely, the 'Pacific' and the 'Cato.' The 'Pacific' took on board 383 Saints from the Christiania, Copenhagen and Skane Conferences, who were placed in charge of Elder Christian G. Larsen, assisted by Elders John Frantzen, Lars S. Andersen and Nils Anderson. The 'Cato' took on board 275 Saints from the Aarhus, Aalborg, Stockholm and Goteborg Conferences, with Elders Peter C. Geertsen and Andrew Jenson in charge. Both ships arrived in Hull on Monday, June 28th. The same day the emigrants were conveyed to Liverpool by rail. Here, together with 98 English Saints and one returning missionary, they went on board the ocean steamer 'Idaho,' commanded by Captain Beddoe, and sailed from Liverpool on Wednesday, June 30th. President Joseph F. Smith appointed Elder Christian G. Larsen, leader of the company, to be assisted by all the other returning missionaries, namely, John Frantzen, Lars S. Andersen, Nils Anderson, Peter C. Geertsen, Andrew Jenson and M. J. Williams. The company was divided into six districts and a president appointed for each of these; Andrew Jenson was appointed captain of the guard. After a successful voyage, the company arrived safely in New York, July 14th. The overland journey by railway was begun on the 15th, and on the 22nd the company arrived, all well, in Ogden and Salt Lake City. A Swedish sister, 73 hears of age, died on the Atlantic Ocean and was buried at sea, and a child, 15 month old, died before arriving in Ogden, July 22nd. A young Norwegian sister who was left in New York on account of sickness came on to Utah later. . . ."






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1 _FSFTID KWJH-418


Ship: Idaho
Date of Departure: 30 Jun 1875 Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
LDS Immigrants: 765 Church Leader: Christen G. Larsen
Date of Arrival: 14 Jul 1875 Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Ship: Idaho
Date of Departure: 30 Jun 1875 Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
LDS Immigrants: 765 Church Leader: Christen G. Larsen
Date of Arrival: 14 Jul 1875 Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Source(s): BMR, Book #1042, pp. 16-22 (FHL #025,693); Customs #621 (FHL #175,755)
Notes: "EMIGRATION. -- On Wednesday last, June 30th, at 6 p.m., the third company of Saints, this year, sailed from this port for New York on board Guion & Co.'s United States Mail Steamer Idaho, Captain Beddoes. There were 765 passengers -- consisting of 666 Scandinavians, namely, 447 adults; 188 children; 25 infants, and 6 returning missionaries: -- English, 56 adults; 38 children; 4 infants, and 1 returning missionary. The company were all feeling well -- being in the enjoyment of good health and spirits. We anticipate for them a safe and pleasant journey to their mountain home. They have the services of seven very able men in the elders returning to Zion. God bless them! May he control the elements in their favor!DEPARTURE. -- The following missionaries left England on board the S. S. Idaho, June 30th ultimo, all in the enjoyment of good health and good spirits. Six of these brethren have been faithfully laboring in the Scandinavian Mission, and the other in Wales, with much success. They leave us with our best wishes for their welfare: they are men of goodwill -- of temperance -- of peace. We say, May God bless them! Elder C. G. Larsen arrived at Liverpool May 26, 1873, Elders John Frantzen, L. S. Andersen, Neils Anderson, Andrew Jenson, arrived same date. Elder P. C. Geertsen arrived at Liverpool November 12, 1873. They proceeded at once on their way to their appointed field of labor in the Scandinavian Mission, where they have been wisely and energetically preaching the gospel and counseling the Saints up to the time of their departure. Bishop C. G. Larsen presided over the mission, having succeeded Elder Canute Petersen June, 1873. These brethren have been greatly prospered in the ministry. Elder Miles L. Williams arrived at Liverpool June 14, 1874. Was appointed to labor in the Welsh Conference, under the direction of Elder Henry Hughes, whom he succeeded in the presidency of that conference May 3rd. Elder Williams has done well."


"Wed. 30. [June 1875] -- The steamship Idaho sailed from Liverpool, England, with 765 Saints, under the direction of Christen G. Larsen. The company arrived at New York July 14th, and at Ogden July 22nd."





"Wed. 30. [June 1875] -- The steamship Idaho sailed from Liverpool, England, with 765 Saints, under the direction of Christen G. Larsen. The company arrived at New York July 14th, and at Ogden July 22nd."


". . . On Friday, June 25, 1875, about 3 o'clock a.m., the first company of the season's emigration of Scandinavian Saints (658 souls) sailed from Copenhagen, on two steamers, namely, the 'Pacific' and the 'Cato.' The 'Pacific' took on board 383 Saints from the Christiania, Copenhagen and Skane Conferences, who were placed in charge of Elder Christian G. Larsen, assisted by Elders John Frantzen, Lars S. Andersen and Nils Anderson. The 'Cato' took on board 275 Saints from the Aarhus, Aalborg, Stockholm and Goteborg Conferences, with Elders Peter C. Geertsen and Andrew Jenson in charge. Both ships arrived in Hull on Monday, June 28th. The same day the emigrants were conveyed to Liverpool by rail. Here, together with 98 English Saints and one returning missionary, they went on board the ocean steamer 'Idaho,' commanded by Captain Beddoe, and sailed from Liverpool on Wednesday, June 30th. President Joseph F. Smith appointed Elder Christian G. Larsen, leader of the company, to be assisted by all the other returning missionaries, namely, John Frantzen, Lars S. Andersen, Nils Anderson, Peter C. Geertsen, Andrew Jenson and M. J. Williams. The company was divided into six districts and a president appointed for each of these; Andrew Jenson was appointed captain of the guard. After a successful voyage, the company arrived safely in New York, July 14th. The overland journey by railway was begun on the 15th, and on the 22nd the company arrived, all well, in Ogden and Salt Lake City. A Swedish sister, 73 hears of age, died on the Atlantic Ocean and was buried at sea, and a child, 15 month old, died before arriving in Ogden, July 22nd. A young Norwegian sister who was left in New York on account of sickness came on to Utah later. . . ."



 
LAURSEN Sidsel Marie (I224)
 
197 1 _FSFTID KWJH-41D


NIELSEN, Sidsel Marie <1823> Idaho 1875
Age: 52 Origin: Aarhus Conference, Denmark
Note: SMR, p. 52.
NIELSEN, Jesper <1830> Idaho 1875
Age: 45 Origin: Aarhus Conference, Denmark
Note: SMR, p. 52; "Company continued journey by rail in charge of Capt. Chr. G. Larsen and arrived at S. L. City July 22, 1875" (EECI).
NIELSEN, Fanny Hosanne <1864> Idaho 1875
Age: 11 Origin: Aarhus Conference, Denmark
Note: SMR, p. 52.



Ship: Idaho
Date of Departure: 30 Jun 1875 Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
LDS Immigrants: 765 Church Leader: Christen G. Larsen
Date of Arrival: 14 Jul 1875 Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Source(s): BMR, Book #1042, pp. 16-22 (FHL #025,693); Customs #621 (FHL #175,755)
Notes: "EMIGRATION. -- On Wednesday last, June 30th, at 6 p.m., the third company of Saints, this year, sailed from this port for New York on board Guion & Co.'s United States Mail Steamer Idaho, Captain Beddoes. There were 765 passengers -- consisting of 666 Scandinavians, namely, 447 adults; 188 children; 25 infants, and 6 returning missionaries: -- English, 56 adults; 38 children; 4 infants, and 1 returning missionary. The company were all feeling well -- being in the enjoyment of good health and spirits. We anticipate for them a safe and pleasant journey to their mountain home. They have the services of seven very able men in the elders returning to Zion. God bless them! May he control the elements in their favor!DEPARTURE. -- The following missionaries left England on board the S. S. Idaho, June 30th ultimo, all in the enjoyment of good health and good spirits. Six of these brethren have been faithfully laboring in the Scandinavian Mission, and the other in Wales, with much success. They leave us with our best wishes for their welfare: they are men of goodwill -- of temperance -- of peace. We say, May God bless them! Elder C. G. Larsen arrived at Liverpool May 26, 1873, Elders John Frantzen, L. S. Andersen, Neils Anderson, Andrew Jenson, arrived same date. Elder P. C. Geertsen arrived at Liverpool November 12, 1873. They proceeded at once on their way to their appointed field of labor in the Scandinavian Mission, where they have been wisely and energetically preaching the gospel and counseling the Saints up to the time of their departure. Bishop C. G. Larsen presided over the mission, having succeeded Elder Canute Petersen June, 1873. These brethren have been greatly prospered in the ministry. Elder Miles L. Williams arrived at Liverpool June 14, 1874. Was appointed to labor in the Welsh Conference, under the direction of Elder Henry Hughes, whom he succeeded in the presidency of that conference May 3rd. Elder Williams has done well."


"Wed. 30. [June 1875] -- The steamship Idaho sailed from Liverpool, England, with 765 Saints, under the direction of Christen G. Larsen. The company arrived at New York July 14th, and at Ogden July 22nd."


". . . On Friday, June 25, 1875, about 3 o'clock a.m., the first company of the season's emigration of Scandinavian Saints (658 souls) sailed from Copenhagen, on two steamers, namely, the 'Pacific' and the 'Cato.' The 'Pacific' took on board 383 Saints from the Christiania, Copenhagen and Skane Conferences, who were placed in charge of Elder Christian G. Larsen, assisted by Elders John Frantzen, Lars S. Andersen and Nils Anderson. The 'Cato' took on board 275 Saints from the Aarhus, Aalborg, Stockholm and Goteborg Conferences, with Elders Peter C. Geertsen and Andrew Jenson in charge. Both ships arrived in Hull on Monday, June 28th. The same day the emigrants were conveyed to Liverpool by rail. Here, together with 98 English Saints and one returning missionary, they went on board the ocean steamer 'Idaho,' commanded by Captain Beddoe, and sailed from Liverpool on Wednesday, June 30th. President Joseph F. Smith appointed Elder Christian G. Larsen, leader of the company, to be assisted by all the other returning missionaries, namely, John Frantzen, Lars S. Andersen, Nils Anderson, Peter C. Geertsen, Andrew Jenson and M. J. Williams. The company was divided into six districts and a president appointed for each of these; Andrew Jenson was appointed captain of the guard. After a successful voyage, the company arrived safely in New York, July 14th. The overland journey by railway was begun on the 15th, and on the 22nd the company arrived, all well, in Ogden and Salt Lake City. A Swedish sister, 73 hears of age, died on the Atlantic Ocean and was buried at sea, and a child, 15 month old, died before arriving in Ogden, July 22nd. A young Norwegian sister who was left in New York on account of sickness came on to Utah later. . . ."


Film # 451007
Ordinance # 62266
Arizona

NIELSEN, Sidsel Marie <1823> Idaho 1875
Age: 52 Origin: Aarhus Conference, Denmark
Note: SMR, p. 52.
NIELSEN, Jesper <1830> Idaho 1875
Age: 45 Origin: Aarhus Conference, Denmark
Note: SMR, p. 52; "Company continued journey by rail in charge of Capt. Chr. G. Larsen and arrived at S. L. City July 22, 1875" (EECI).
NIELSEN, Fanny Hosanne <1864> Idaho 1875
Age: 11 Origin: Aarhus Conference, Denmark
Note: SMR, p. 52.


-- MERGED NOTE ------------

1 _FSFTID KWJH-41D


NIELSEN, Sidsel Marie <1823> Idaho 1875
Age: 52 Origin: Aarhus Conference, Denmark
Note: SMR, p. 52.
NIELSEN, Jesper <1830> Idaho 1875
Age: 45 Origin: Aarhus Conference, Denmark
Note: SMR, p. 52; "Company continued journey by rail in charge of Capt. Chr. G. Larsen and arrived at S. L. City July 22, 1875" (EECI).
NIELSEN, Fanny Hosanne <1864> Idaho 1875
Age: 11 Origin: Aarhus Conference, Denmark
Note: SMR, p. 52.



Ship: Idaho
Date of Departure: 30 Jun 1875 Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
LDS Immigrants: 765 Church Leader: Christen G. Larsen
Date of Arrival: 14 Jul 1875 Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Source(s): BMR, Book #1042, pp. 16-22 (FHL #025,693); Customs #621 (FHL #175,755)
Notes: "EMIGRATION. -- On Wednesday last, June 30th, at 6 p.m., the third company of Saints, this year, sailed from this port for New York on board Guion & Co.'s United States Mail Steamer Idaho, Captain Beddoes. There were 765 passengers -- consisting of 666 Scandinavians, namely, 447 adults; 188 children; 25 infants, and 6 returning missionaries: -- English, 56 adults; 38 children; 4 infants, and 1 returning missionary. The company were all feeling well -- being in the enjoyment of good health and spirits. We anticipate for them a safe and pleasant journey to their mountain home. They have the services of seven very able men in the elders returning to Zion. God bless them! May he control the elements in their favor!DEPARTURE. -- The following missionaries left England on board the S. S. Idaho, June 30th ultimo, all in the enjoyment of good health and good spirits. Six of these brethren have been faithfully laboring in the Scandinavian Mission, and the other in Wales, with much success. They leave us with our best wishes for their welfare: they are men of goodwill -- of temperance -- of peace. We say, May God bless them! Elder C. G. Larsen arrived at Liverpool May 26, 1873, Elders John Frantzen, L. S. Andersen, Neils Anderson, Andrew Jenson, arrived same date. Elder P. C. Geertsen arrived at Liverpool November 12, 1873. They proceeded at once on their way to their appointed field of labor in the Scandinavian Mission, where they have been wisely and energetically preaching the gospel and counseling the Saints up to the time of their departure. Bishop C. G. Larsen presided over the mission, having succeeded Elder Canute Petersen June, 1873. These brethren have been greatly prospered in the ministry. Elder Miles L. Williams arrived at Liverpool June 14, 1874. Was appointed to labor in the Welsh Conference, under the direction of Elder Henry Hughes, whom he succeeded in the presidency of that conference May 3rd. Elder Williams has done well."


"Wed. 30. [June 1875] -- The steamship Idaho sailed from Liverpool, England, with 765 Saints, under the direction of Christen G. Larsen. The company arrived at New York July 14th, and at Ogden July 22nd."


". . . On Friday, June 25, 1875, about 3 o'clock a.m., the first company of the season's emigration of Scandinavian Saints (658 souls) sailed from Copenhagen, on two steamers, namely, the 'Pacific' and the 'Cato.' The 'Pacific' took on board 383 Saints from the Christiania, Copenhagen and Skane Conferences, who were placed in charge of Elder Christian G. Larsen, assisted by Elders John Frantzen, Lars S. Andersen and Nils Anderson. The 'Cato' took on board 275 Saints from the Aarhus, Aalborg, Stockholm and Goteborg Conferences, with Elders Peter C. Geertsen and Andrew Jenson in charge. Both ships arrived in Hull on Monday, June 28th. The same day the emigrants were conveyed to Liverpool by rail. Here, together with 98 English Saints and one returning missionary, they went on board the ocean steamer 'Idaho,' commanded by Captain Beddoe, and sailed from Liverpool on Wednesday, June 30th. President Joseph F. Smith appointed Elder Christian G. Larsen, leader of the company, to be assisted by all the other returning missionaries, namely, John Frantzen, Lars S. Andersen, Nils Anderson, Peter C. Geertsen, Andrew Jenson and M. J. Williams. The company was divided into six districts and a president appointed for each of these; Andrew Jenson was appointed captain of the guard. After a successful voyage, the company arrived safely in New York, July 14th. The overland journey by railway was begun on the 15th, and on the 22nd the company arrived, all well, in Ogden and Salt Lake City. A Swedish sister, 73 hears of age, died on the Atlantic Ocean and was buried at sea, and a child, 15 month old, died before arriving in Ogden, July 22nd. A young Norwegian sister who was left in New York on account of sickness came on to Utah later. . . ."


Film # 451007
Ordinance # 62266
Arizona

NIELSEN, Sidsel Marie <1823> Idaho 1875
Age: 52 Origin: Aarhus Conference, Denmark
Note: SMR, p. 52.
NIELSEN, Jesper <1830> Idaho 1875
Age: 45 Origin: Aarhus Conference, Denmark
Note: SMR, p. 52; "Company continued journey by rail in charge of Capt. Chr. G. Larsen and arrived at S. L. City July 22, 1875" (EECI).
NIELSEN, Fanny Hosanne <1864> Idaho 1875
Age: 11 Origin: Aarhus Conference, Denmark
Note: SMR, p. 52. 
NIELSEN Jesper (I223)
 
198 1 _FSFTID KWJH-4RM


1 _FSFTID KWJH-4RM 
NIELSEN Fanny Hosane Elizabeth (I365)
 
199 1 _FSFTID KWJH-HHZ


1 _FSFTID KWJH-HHZ 
FREDERIKSEN Karoline Jensime (I228)
 
200 1 _FSFTID KWJJ-SQ4


Died enroute to Utah


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1 _FSFTID KWJJ-SQ4


Died enroute to Utah 
ANDERSEN Karen (I57)
 

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