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Albert Jefferies
Albert Jefferies
 
 
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Alta Ann Jefferies 1917
Alta Ann Jefferies 1917
 
 
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Alta Ann Jefferies and James Ratcliffe Williams wedding photo 1918
Alta Ann Jefferies and James Ratcliffe Williams wedding photo 1918
 
 
5 Andrew Gaylen Spear and Stephanie Humpherys wedding announcement portrait 2001

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6 April Riley and Joshua Ray Hill

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7 Ardell Rex Henderson

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Barbara Ann Jefferies and Richard Keel Hutchins
Barbara Ann Jefferies and Richard Keel Hutchins
 
 
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Benjamin Faber and Virginia Jefferies
Benjamin Faber and Virginia Jefferies
 
 
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Benjamin Faber and Virginia Jefferies family
Benjamin Faber and Virginia Jefferies family
Joseph, Virginia, Hyrum, Benjamin, Benjamin 
 
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Benjamin Faber and Virginia Jefferies family
Benjamin Faber and Virginia Jefferies family
Benjamin, Virginia, Hyrum, Joseph, Benjamin 
 
12 Blanche Moss

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13 Bonnie Lynn Willoby and granddaughter
Bonnie, Paige
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14 Books owned by William Jefferies and Mary Frances Jefferies
Boy's and Girl's Library No. 1, Lives of The Apostles and Early Martyrs of The Church. This book belonged to Mary Frances Jefferies. Inscription on the first page reads, "Presented to Mary F. Jefferies by Grantsville Sunday School May 1st 1877." (Size 5/8" X 6 1/4" X 4")

L. D. S. Hymns. This book belonged to William Jefferies. Inscription on the back inside cover reads, "Wm. Jefferies hymn book always carried in best suit pocket." (Size 3/4" X 4 5/8" X 3")

These books were handed down through Albert Olsen and Erma Olsen to Dennis H. Nelson, who is now in possesion of them.
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15 Brandi Sagers and Jeremy Hill

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16 Carol Rae Palmer

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Carolee Jefferies
Carolee Jefferies
 
 
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Charles Everett Lawrence and Vera Francis Jefferies
Charles Everett Lawrence and Vera Francis Jefferies
 
 
19 Charles Mitch Curtis and Joanne Jefferies family 2001
Back: Kelly, Jared, Christie, Tyler, Julie
Middle: LaVon, Mitch, Joanne, Katie
Front: Nathan, Austin
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Clark Family
Clark Family
John William Clark, Thomas Henry Clark, Ann Clark, Lucy Ann Clark, George Clark, Emma Jane Clark 
 
21 Claude C. Jefferies

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22 Claude C. Jefferies

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Coleford and Kilmersdon Map
Coleford and Kilmersdon Map
Modern map showing locations of Kilmersdon and Coleford within England. 
 
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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 center. The Church of England church is in the large grove of trees just beyond the Methodist church.  
 
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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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Coloford Street Scene
Coloford Street Scene
Another Coleford street scene, looking up towards later part of town. The churches are up this way. 
 
41 David Marvin Jefferies and Rebekah Elena Garcia family
Back: Sariah, David, Becki
Front: Chad, Zach, Noah
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42 Dennis Howard Nelson

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Donna Williams
Donna Williams
 
 
44 Donna Williams and Marese Jefferies

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Dorothy May Wilkins
Dorothy May Wilkins
 
 
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Edith Elmera Cooley and Henry Jefferies
Edith Elmera Cooley and Henry Jefferies
 
 
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Emma Jane Clark and Alta Ann Jefferies
Emma Jane Clark and Alta Ann Jefferies
 
 
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Emma Jane Clark and William Ould Jefferies
Emma Jane Clark and William Ould Jefferies
 
 
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Emma Jane Clark home on West Clark Street in Grantsville, Utah
Emma Jane Clark home on West Clark Street in Grantsville, Utah
Emma Jane Clark grew up in this home, and later lived here from 1905-1915 with William Ould Jefferies
Individuals pictured are unknown, but maybe some of the Clark family. 
 
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Erma Crompton
Erma Crompton
 
 

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