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Richard Blaine Anderson and Donna Williams interview part 3
Richard Blaine Anderson and Donna Williams interview part 3
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Belinda: He had a souped up car, and the feds(or whatever you call them) they'd catch him and they finally got him one day and they said, "Look Mr. Van Noy, you either leave this county or we're going to put you in jail." So, he went down to Ogden, and worked, and… 
 
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Richard Jefferies articles in the Millenial Star
Richard Jefferies articles in the Millenial Star
Richard Jefferies in the Millenial Star

Vol. 56 Page 10: Letter from Elder John Belliston mentions serving with Elder Jefferies.

Vol. 56 Page 203: Report on Nottingham Conference meeting mentions presence of R. Jefferies.

Vol. 56 Page 572: Letter from Elder John Belliston mentions serving with Elders Johnson and Jefferies.

Vol. 56 Page… 
 
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Richard Jefferies autobiography
Richard Jefferies autobiography
Richard Jefferies Autobiography
Copied in script by Murray Jefferies, brother of Richard Jefferies, for preservation in his own files.

Biography of the life and labors of Richard Jefferies, son of William Jefferies and Mary Francis Ould, who were converted to Mormonism in England, emigrating to Utah in the year 1861, coming to Grantsville the… 
 
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Richard Jefferies biography in LDS Biographical Encyclopedia
Richard Jefferies biography in "LDS Biographical Encyclopedia"
LDS Biographical Encyclopedia:
A Compilation of Biographical Sketches of Prominent Men and Women in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Jefferies, Richard, first Bishop a of the Grantsville First Ward (Tooele Stake), Tooele county, Utah, was born Nov. 29, 1867, at Grantsville, the son of William Jefferies and Mary Frances Ould. … 
 
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Richard Jefferies biography in Utah Since Statehood
Richard Jefferies biography in "Utah Since Statehood"
Utah Since Statehood by Noble Warrum

Bishop Richard Jefferies

Bishop Richard Jefferies is actively identified with the business development, the public interests and the moral advancement of Grantsville, his native city, where he is now serving as bishop of the first ward. He has been mayor of the city and is identified with farming… 
 
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Richard Jefferies compiled genealogical information
Richard Jefferies compiled genealogical information
Record of Richard Jefferies & family
by Richard Jefferies and descendants

Richard Jefferies, son of Wm. Jefferies and Mary Frances Ould

Born at Grantsville Nov. 29, 1867.
Was blessed by his father William Jefferies, Dec. 7, 1867.
Baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ Dec. 2, 1875 by George Whittle.
Confirmed Dec. 2, 1875 by Alma H.… 
 
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Richard Jefferies letter to son about wife's death
Richard Jefferies letter to son about wife's death
Letter written by Richard Jefferies, to his son William Chester Jefferies

Grantsville, Utah
Dec. 7, 1912

Mr. Chester Jefferies

My Dear Son,

Your letter and picture came yesterday, and we were glad to hear from you and learn that you were well, and now I have some very sad news to tell you.

Your Mother died this morning at 3:15,… 
 
58 Scott M Jefferies biography "My Mission To Italy"
MY MISSION TO ITALY
Feb. 1969 - Feb 1971)
Scott M. Jefferies

The Call

I remember waiting to receive my mission call. I was attending Brigham Young University and my call was to be sent to my home in Nyssa, Oregon. Mom had specific instructions to call me the day I received my call and she was supposed to call after 5:30 pm so that I…
(At least one living individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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William Chester Jefferies and Sarah Elizabeth Flinders family reunion 1973 report
William Chester Jefferies and Sarah Elizabeth Flinders family reunion 1973 report
William Chester Jefferies and Sarah Elizabeth Flinders family reunion report
October 1, 1973

Dear Family,

I think the Jefferies Family has enjoyed one of their most priceless experiences of their lives this summer whan a surprise Family Reunion was held to honor our Mother, Sarah Flinders Jefferies Jones, for her 75th Birthday.

It was… 
 
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William Chester Jefferies autobiography
William Chester Jefferies autobiography
William Chester Jefferies
by himself
William Chester Jefferies, born Nov. 16, 1891, Grantsville, Tooele, Utah. Son of Richard Jefferies and Jane Elizabeth Rydalch Jefferies. I was the oldest son of a family of eight children. Lita J. Eskelson Merrill, Richard Calbert, John Walter, Mary J. Griffith, Myra J. Johnson, Daniel Paul and Ruby J.… 
 
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William Chester Jefferies patriarchal blessing
William Chester Jefferies patriarchal blessing
William Chester Jefferies Patriarchal Blessing

A Blessing given by Joshua R. Clark, Patriarch, upon the head of William Chester Jefferies, son of Richard Jefferies and Jane Elizabeth Rydalch Born in Grantsville, Utah November 16th 1891.

William Chester Jefferies, by virtue and authority of the Holy Priesthood and as a Patriarch, I lay my… 
 
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William Jefferies ancestral roots
William Jefferies ancestral roots
Bristol, Kilmersdon, and Coleford, England, and William Jefferies' Ancestral Roots
By Chris LeMaure Jefferies
Great-great-grandson through the William Ould and Frank Clark line


From October 1970 through July 1973, it was my good fortune to be stationed with my family at RAF Brize Norton, England while serving as an Exchange Officer with the… 
 
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William Jefferies autobiography
William Jefferies autobiography
Preface.
As I left England, my native land, soon after I was married, and all my children, thus far, have been born in Grantsville, Toole Co., Utah Territory, United States of America, and as it is possible, and probable too, that my children may not have many opportunities to become personally acquainted with my relatives, I purpose writing, in… 
 
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William Jefferies biography
William Jefferies biography
A Short Outline of The History of William Jefferies
by Murray Jefferies, 11th son.

Born in Goodeaves, Somersetshire, England March 8, 1831. His father's name was William Jefferies; his mother's maiden name, Lita Flower. He was the second of six children. His grandparents, George and Elizabeth Clark Jefferies. His maternal grandparents,… 
 
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William Jefferies biography from Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah
William Jefferies biography from "Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah"
From "Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah"

JEFFERIES, WILLIAM (son of William Jefferies, born Oct. 20, 1808, and Lita Flower, born Feb. 19, 1804, of Somersetshire, Eng. - married 1827). He was born March 8, 1831, at Goodeaves, Somersetshire, Eng. Came to Utah Sept. 23, 1861, with Ansel P. Harmon company.

Married Mary Frances Ould April 3,… 
 
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William Jefferies biography in History of Tooele County, Utah
William Jefferies biography in "History of Tooele County, Utah"
History of Tooele County, Utah
Pages 459 - 461

William Jefferies.

Linked with the history and development of Tooele county are the names of a few whose great and natural force of character and indomitable energy has pushed to a successful termination the various enterprises and institutions planned for her progress. Among such men may be… 
 
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William Jefferies biography in History of Utah
William Jefferies biography in "History of Utah"
History of Utah by Orson F. Whitney

Among the foremost citizens of Tooele county, is William Jefferies of Grantsville, formerly one of the presidency of Tooele Stake.

He is a native of England, born in Goodeaves, Kilmersdon parish, Somersetshire, March 8, 1831. His father, William Jefferies, was by trade a blacksmith, but became a licensed… 
 
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William Jefferies Family in the Tooele Transcript Bulletin (1894 - 1924)
William Jefferies Family in the Tooele Transcript Bulletin (1894 - 1924)
The Digital Collections of the J. Willard Marriot Library, University of Utah, contains the Tooele Transcript Bulletin from the years 1894-1924. If the collection is searched using the keyword "Jefferies," a total of 196 articles are returned. I have summarized the contents of the articles in the table below. 
 
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William Jefferies home information
William Jefferies home information
The William Jefferies Home
319 West Clark Street
Grantsville, Utah
by Helen Aldridge (2004)

At 319 West Clark, nearly hidden by encroaching shrubs is one of the oldest homes in town. It was built in 1867 by William and Mary Jefferies. They had come to Grantsville from England soon after their marriage in 1861. They lived first in the loft of… 
 
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William Ould Jefferies autobiography
William Ould Jefferies autobiography
My Reminiscences By William Ould Jefferies
First Child of William and Mary Frances Ould Jefferies)
Transcribed by Chris L. Jefferies, Great-grandson

For some time I have had a desire to set down a few facts in connection with my life's history. I have gone to some pains to include in this short account some things that might be of historical… 
 
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William Ould Jefferies home information
William Ould Jefferies home information
The William Ould Jefferies Home
157 West Clark Street
Grantsville, Utah
by Helen Aldridge (2004)

Lloyd and Linda Farr currently own the well-kept white house trimmed with green at 157 West Clark Street, but for many years it was the home of Alta and James R. Williams. His name is a familiar one in the community. Some high school students may… 
 
72 William Ray Jefferies and James Kay Jefferies newspaper article

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