CR 100 96, Historian's Office (1842?-1972). Historian's Office history of persecutions 1879-1880

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CR 100 96, Historian's Office (1842?-1972). Historian's Office history of persecutions 1879-1880

CR 100 96, Historian's Office (1842?-1972). Historian's Office history of persecutions 1879-1880

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Huntington, Oliver Boardman, 1823-1907

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Higgins, Nelson, 1806-1890

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Thompson, Samuel, 1813-1892.

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Terry, Jacob E., 1805-1898.

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Convert to the Mormon Church in Canada. From the description of Correspondence, 1831-1893. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122536761 BIOGRAPHY Isaac Russell was born in Salt Lake City on 14 December 1879 to Samuel and Henrietta Russell. With the death of his father twelve years later, young Isaac went to live with a family friend, Charles Burton, also of Salt Lake. At the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in April 1898,...

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Young, Brigham, 1801-1877

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Lewis, Malinda Gimlin 1811-1894

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Hancock, Levi W. (Levi Ward), 1803-1882

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McBride, James, 1818-1881.

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Thomas, Jesse B. (Jesse Burgess), 1806-1850

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Wilson, Robert

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Call, Anson, 1810-1890

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