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Re: Irish Mormon migration 1831-1870
Posted by: wikked lester (ID *****1206) Date: December 12, 2011 at 13:39:15
In Reply to: Irish Mormon migration 1831-1870 by Douglas Larche of 438

LIFE HISTORY OF JANE CLARK HACKING , it may help her sister was Emma Clark Drysdale ,wed to John Drysdale , they shipped out from england , possibly with help from the perpetual emigration fund . From what i understand they John and emma crossed the plains , to cedar fort utah . disease killed 3 of there children in 1872, the one surviving was henry drysdale , my great grand father , they ,all six are buried atop a little ''boot hill'' looking cemetery in ceder fort utah , with one stone carved marker for all .My grandfather orvin Drysdale had it placed there just before my birth. as far as Douglas , look on Douglas archives . com


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