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Coleford Methodist Sunday School
Coleford Methodist Sunday School
The Methodist sunday school in Coleford, which is now a private residence. Directly beyond it is an overgrown grave yard where William's mother, Lita, was buried, but there remains no evidence that any members of the Jefferies family are buried there. 
 
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Coleford Methodist Sunday School Door
Coleford Methodist Sunday School Door
The door of the Methodist sunday school with the inscription above "THE OLD SUNDAY SCHOOL 1843". It was here where William received his early religious instruction as he and his family attended meetings.  
 
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Coleford Mill
Coleford Mill
Coleford mill, no doubt one of the original structures in the community - if not the oldest. Architecture suggests it was built in the late 1600's to early 1700's. 
 
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Coleford Mill Race
Coleford Mill Race
Rear of Coleford mill, showing race. Water comes from left, flows right to mill, then make a 90 degree right turn down this race that flows into stream through the valley.  
 
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Coleford Parish Church
Coleford Parish Church
The Coleford parish church lies across the street from the Coleford school room. It was built in 1831 on a slight hill.  
 
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Coleford Parish Church
Coleford Parish Church
Rear view of Coleford parish church. The Jefferies tombstone is the center stone near the church, below the window on the left.  
 
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Coleford Parish Church Interior
Coleford Parish Church Interior
The interior of the Coleford parish church. William's grandfather, George Jefferies, attended here.  
 
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Coleford Parish Church Marker
Coleford Parish Church Marker
A marker on the wall inside the Coleford parish church. Note construction year of 1831.  
 
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Coleford Parish Church, Jefferies Burial Plot
Coleford Parish Church, Jefferies Burial Plot
The Jefferies family burial plot at the Coleford parish church. The large stone marks the head of the grave, and the small stone marks the foot of the grave.  
 
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Coleford School
Coleford School
Several hundred yards up the street from the Methodist church stands the Coleford school room. William identifies this as one of several schools he attended before his 10th birthday. Sign near door reads "Coleford Scout Group". It is not clear if this is the original building, or if it was rebuilt on the original site. 
 
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Coleford School Plaque
Coleford School Plaque
A plaque on the outside wall of the Coleford school room. Text as follows:

COLEFORD SCHOOL ROOM
A. D. 1831 (or 1834)
GLORY TO GOD
GOODWILL TOWARDS MEN 
 
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Coleford Street Scene
Coleford Street Scene
Coleford street scene, looking down towards oldest buildings. The pub is just beyond the houses, on the left side of the street.  
 
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Coleford Wesleyan Methodist Church
Coleford Wesleyan Methodist Church
The Wesleyan Methodist church in Coleford is the large building in the background. It was built in the mid 1860's after William emigrated to America. The smaller building in the foreground is the Methodist sunday school. 
 
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Coleford, England
Coleford, England
View of Coleford from opposite side of valley in which it is located. A stream runs through center of valley, hence the term 'ford' in Coleford. Until the late 1700's, Coleford was only a settlement without a church. Goodeaves Farm is located on top of the ridge in the background to the right. The Methodist church is the large building in the… 
 
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Coleford, England Map 1881
Coleford, England Map 1881
1881 map of Coleford. Note locations of the mill, pub (King's Head Inn), Methodist church, school, Church of England (Holy Trinity Church), and Goodeaves Farm.  
 
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Coleford's Pub, the King's Head Inn
Coleford's Pub, the King's Head Inn
The building on the right is Coleford's pub, the King's Head Inn. It was rebuit after a fire in 1830. This is the lower part of Coleford, where buildings are the oldest, dating from the mid to late 1700's. William's uncle John was publican of this pub until about 1861. 
 
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Collin Jefferies newspaper article
Collin Jefferies newspaper article
Photo by Stephen Aldridge

From the LDS Church News, Nov 17, 2007


GRANTSVILLE, Utah — In a game between Morgan High and Grantsville High that was all but over at 26-6 late in the fourth quarter, fans from both sides of Cowboy Stadium suddenly began to roar.

As a slight player, bearing the number 1, trotted out on the field, the roaring… 
 
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Coloford Street Scene
Coloford Street Scene
Another Coleford street scene, looking up towards later part of town. The churches are up this way. 
 
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Daniel Paul Jefferies
Daniel Paul Jefferies
 
 
70 David Marvin Jefferies and Rebekah Elena Garcia family
Back: Sariah, David, Becki
Front: Chad, Zach, Noah
(At least one living individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
71 Dennis Howard Nelson

(At least one living individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
72 Dennis Howard Nelson

(At least one living individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Deseret News - Announcement of Grantsville Fair and Races by William Jefferies
Deseret News - Announcement of Grantsville Fair and Races by William Jefferies
Vol 15 Issue 41 Page 328

GRANTSVILLE FAIR AND RACES.

The Tooele County Branch of the Deseret Agricultural and Manufacturing Society will hold their Annual Fair on the 16th of October, at which will be exhibited the various agricultural and other products of the county.

And on the following day the society's race track will be open for a… 
 
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Deseret News - Report on 24th of July celebrations in Grantsville by William Jefferies
Deseret News - Report on 24th of July celebrations in Grantsville by William Jefferies
Vol 17 Issue 28 Page 223


CELEBRATION of the 24th IN THE SETTLEMENTS.

GRANTSVILLE, July 25, 1868.

Editor Deseret News: - Dear Sir, The anniversary of the arrival of the Pioneers in 1847 was celebrated as per the following programme:

A salute of 21 guns at sunrise, martial band played some popular airs in the principal streets of the… 
 
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Deseret News - Report on 24th of July celebrations in Grantsville by William Jefferies
Deseret News - Report on 24th of July celebrations in Grantsville by William Jefferies
Vol 14 Issue 44 Page 346

THE TWENTY-FOURTH IN THE SETTLEMENTS.

GRANTSVILLE.

Three salutes of twelve guns each at daylight, accompanied by martial music, introduced the celebration. A procession was formed about 8 a.m., under the direction of Marshal A. L. Hale, which exhibited in its march sundry banners, mottoes, agricultural and other… 
 
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Deseret News - Report on 4th of July celebrations in Grantsville by William Jefferies
Deseret News - Report on 4th of July celebrations in Grantsville by William Jefferies
Vol 13 Issue 42 Page 328

THE FOURTH IN THE COUNTRY.

GRANTSVILLE.

The Reporter, Mr. William Jeffries, writes that in Grantsville, as in North Ogden, firing and martial music (by Ratcliffe's Band) were first in order, followed by procession, Declartion of Independence, oration by Mr. W. A. Martindale, address by Bishop J. Rowberry,… 
 
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Deseret News - Report on progress of Grantsville settlement by William Jefferies
Deseret News - Report on progress of Grantsville settlement by William Jefferies
Vol 14 Issue 42 Page 333

HOME ITEMS.

GRANTSVILLE.-Br. W. Jeffries reports the people of Grantsville progressing, in making improvements of a public and private character and enjoying a season of unusual good health. Preliminary arrangements have been made for building a new meeting house, 60 by 38, with vestry attached, etc. The bros. Hale… 
 
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Deseret News - William Jefferies pleads guilty to illegal voting
Deseret News - William Jefferies pleads guilty to illegal voting
Vol 23 Issue 41 Page 652

Local and Other Matters.

FROM MONDAY'S DAILY, NOV. 9.

Illegal Voting. - This morning William Jeffries, of Grantsville, appeared in Court and plead guilty to an indictment for illegal voting. The Court stated that he did not want to tak a course toward the accused that would have the appearance of persecution, or… 
 
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Deseret News - William Jefferies References
Deseret News - William Jefferies References
Reference is made to William Jefferies in other places in the Deseret News, as follows:

* Vol 12 Issue 1 Page 8: Mentions E. H. Blackburn to succeed William Jefferies in the mission presidency

* Vol 14 Issue 37 Page 296: Estray notice for Grantsville by William Jefferies, Pound Keeper

* Vol 14 Issue 38 Page 304: Estray notice for… 
 
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Diane Kay Olsen obituary
Diane Kay Olsen obituary
Ogden Standard-Examiner
Date: 08/20/2003

Diane O. Watkins

LAYTON -- Diane O. Watkins passed away at home early Sunday morning, August 17, 2003.

She was born on February 25, 1943 in Reno, Nevada, the oldest of three daughters born to Harold C. and Dorothy W. Olsen. Shortly after Diane's birth they moved to Ogden.

Diane attended Ogden… 
 
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Don Henning Johnson obituary
Don Henning Johnson obituary
Tooele Transcript
Tuesday, 05 April 2005

Don Henning Johnson, beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend passed away peacefully on April 2, 2005, at the LDS Hospital following heart surgery.

He was born April 22, 1923, in Grantsville, Utah to Charles E. and Ellen G. Johnson. He was the youngest of nine children. Don… 
 
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Donald Crompton Olsen Obituary
Donald Crompton Olsen Obituary
South Ogden - Donald Crompton Olsen, 83, loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and friend passed away Thursday, March 30, 2000 at his home.

He was born December 9, 1916 in Garland, Utah, to William J. and Erma C. Olsen.

He fell in love with a young girl, Enid Kunz and married her on June 14, 1938 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.… 
 
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Donaldine Jefferies funeral program
Donaldine Jefferies funeral program
 
 
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Donaldine Jefferies obituary
Donaldine Jefferies obituary
Donaldine Jefferies Boase

Donaldine Jefferies Boase, passed away on October 3, 1988, at the age of 66 of bone cancer.

Donaldine Boase was born January 12, 1922 in Grantsville, Utah, the 2nd child of William Chester Jefferies and Sarah Flinders Jefferies. Married James Landy Boase, Jr., on June 1, 1941; later sealed in the St. George LDS… 
 
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Donna Williams
Donna Williams
 
 
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Donna Williams
Donna Williams
 
 
87 Donna Williams and Marese Jefferies

(At least one living individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Donna Williams obituary
Donna Williams obituary
Salt Lake Tribune
Sep. 27, 1993 page B6

Donna Williams Anderson

TOOELE, Utah -- Donna Williams Anderson, age 74, died September 25, 1993 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Born September 17, 1919 in Grantsville, Utah to James R. and Alta Jefferies Williams. Married Richard B. Anderson April 10, 1940 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.

She is survived… 
 
89 Dorothy Jane Jefferies

(At least one living individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Dorothy May Wilkins
Dorothy May Wilkins
 
 
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Dorothy May Wilkins
Dorothy May Wilkins
 
 
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Dorothy May Wilkins obituary
Dorothy May Wilkins obituary
Dorothy W. Olsen

Mrs. Dorothy Wilkins Olsen, 54, of 1212 31st, died Monday night at the University of Utah Medical Center in Salt Lake City.

Mrs. Olsen was born Nov. 16, 1921, in Tucumcari, N.M., a daughter of William Wallace and Bessie Dickey Wilkins.

She was reared and educated in New Mexico and Reno, Nev., and graduated from Reno High… 
 
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Edith Elmera Cooley and Henry Jefferies
Edith Elmera Cooley and Henry Jefferies
 
 
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Edward Flower and Sarah Coles marriage record
Edward Flower and Sarah Coles marriage record
Mells, Somersetshire, England Parish Records

Page 45 ( The Year 1795 )

No. 136 } Edward Flower Batchelor of the Parish of Kilmersdon and Sarah Coles Spinster of this Parish were Married in this Church by Banns this Twelfth Day of January in the Year One Thousand seven Hundred and Ninety-five By me J. Walker Curate

This Marriage was… 
 
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Edward Hunter Jefferies
Edward Hunter Jefferies
 
 
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Edward Hunter Jefferies
Edward Hunter Jefferies
Edward Hunter Jefferies Obituary
Deseret News
September 7, 2004

Edward H. Jefferies 1917 ~ 2004

Our beloved father and grandfather, Edward H. Jefferies, passed peacefully into immortality on September 4, 2004. He died at home after a period of declining health surrounded by family.

Known originally to his family as "Hunter" and… 
 
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Elaine Jefferies
Elaine Jefferies
 
 
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Elaine Jefferies obituary
Elaine Jefferies obituary
Tooele Transcript Bulletin Online Edition
Obituaries
March 28, 2000
Elaine Jefferies Beacham, our dear mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend, passed away Friday, March 24, 2000 in Albuquerque, N.M.

Elaine was born April 11, 1921 in Grantsville to Richard Calbert and Chleo Fiddler Jefferies. She married Richard Franklin Beacham on June… 
 
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Emma Jane Clark
Emma Jane Clark
 
 
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Emma Jane Clark and Alta Ann Jefferies
Emma Jane Clark and Alta Ann Jefferies
 
 

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