Utah Genealogy

Utah is being developed as a genealogical and historical resource for your personal use. It contains information and records for Utah ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Specifically, it provides sources for birth records, death records, marriage records, census records, tax records, court records, and military records. It also provides some historical details about different times and people in Utah history.

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History of Weber County Newspapers

This is the most complete list of newspapers I was able to identify as being published in Ogden. Not all newspapers are extant and only some of these are available on microfilm at the Weber County Library.
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About 1883 - F H Reeder in front of his store

Biography of Francis Hubbard Reeder

Francis Hubbard Reeder (Reader)1830-1902 Francis Hubbard Reeder Francis Hubbard Reeder, my 2nd great-grandfather, was born in Maxstoke, Warwickshire, England on October 13th, 1830. He was the son of Edward Reader and Frances Hubbard, one of at least 9 children. Not much is known of his grandparents, save for his mother’s father, Thomas Hubbard; Francis records in his journal that this grandfather died at Jamaica in defense of the British Crown in 1801. His father’s trade was that of a Gardener. ((Film # 1067414: marriage record for Francis H. Reader and Elizabeth Maria Hemming. Copy in possession of Sarah Jane Reeder…

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Biography of Alfred Stevens

Submitted by Cheryl Harmon Bills Alfred Stevens, son of Aaron and Louisa Betts Stevens, was born 9 Jan 1815, in London, England. When his parents married, Aaron was 18 and Louisa was 16. They resided in London and also owned a country home in Essex. They helped supply milk for the poor. His mother, left a widow at the age of 19 with two small children, placed Alfred and his sister, Louisa who was about eight months old, in the care of a governess while she took care of the business. The children were later put in a boarding school…

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Biography of Phebe Phelps Stonebraker

Phebe Phelps StonebrakerPioneer of 1850 Submitted by Terry Morby Phebe Phelps Stonebraker was born June 27, 1833 in Hamilton Country, Ohio of early American stock. Her parents were John and Mary Leachman Phelps. The year she was born, the Kirkland, Ohio temple was begun. The Leachman’s were early Virginia settlers and owned two plantations, “Pleasant Grove” and “Locust Grove”. “Pleasant Grove” was still in the family as late as 1918. Phoebe used to say her mother was raised a lady and had servants to serve her. Records of these early settlers from Virginia were destroyed in Civil War days when…

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