Early Settlers in Emery County

    If you have biographical information for Emery County Pioneer Settlers arriving before the year 1900, please contact the Coordinator.

Castle Dale
Jeffs, Arthur James
Jensen, John Young
Petersen, James
Seeley, Justus Wellington Jr.
Seeley, Orange
Clawson Cleveland
Cowley, William Edward
Oveson, Louis P.
Connellsville

Desert Lake Elmo
Emery
Acord, Fred
Allred, Wyley
Christensen, Casper
Johnson, Charles
Lund, Joseph
Ferron
Aldridge, George
Belong, Billy
Fugate, Hass
Funk, John Henry
Henrie, Daniel
King, Ed
Larson, Neils Christian
Larson, Nicholes & Helena
Larson, Swen & Johannah
Lemon, John C.
Leveredge, John
Nelson, Andrew
Nelson, Hyrum
Petersen, Peter F.
Pullen, John
Shoemaker, Maria
Swasey, Joseph
Taylor, Bill
Taylor, William
Wrigley, Ann Singleton & Clara (5)
Green River

Huntington
Avery, William H.
Avery, Eliza J.
Burgess, William
Cheney, Elam 
Cox, Elias
Cox, Jehu
Davies, Thomas W
Fenn, Frederick
Grange, Samuel & Esther
Hardee, Thomas L.
Holingshead, Charles H.
Humbel, Anthony
Humbel, Olive
Johnson, Joseph E.
Johnson, Milas E.
Jones, Benjamin
Jones, Heber
Jones, Sarah Jane
Lemmon, Leander
Marshall, William
McBride, Elam
McBride, Rilda
McHadden, James
Otteson, Christian
Pulsipher, Charles
Stolworthy, Thomas
Wakefield, John F.
Wakefield, Thomas G.
Vickery, Sophia C
Lawrence
Day, Abraham
Mohrland

Molen
Beach, Daniel Marian
Bessey, Susan Matilda
Caldwell, Samuel
Hansen, Hans Christian
McDonald, Rowena
Molen, Micheal
Moore Orangeville
Curtis, Erastus
Jewkes, Alma
Jewkes, Ben
Jewkes, Samuel
Reid, John
Scovill, Alma Asahel
Stilson, William Lacy
Victor Wilsonville
Curtis, Harmon
Swasey, Charles
Wilson, Davis
Wilson, George
Wilson, Nick Chris
Wilson, Silas
Wilson, Sylvester
Woodside
Aumiller, John
Carswell, Walker 
Coleman, _____ 
Curtis, Joe
Hutchison, Henry
Lidell, Abe
Lidell, Pete
McPherson, _____
Miller, Scott
Moons, Charles
Peterson, Pete
Presset, _____
Romdal, _____
Rutts, Bradley
Sanderson, ____
Seamountain, _____
Turner, _____
Watson, _____
Woodside, _____
Bibliography:
Daughters of Utah Pioneers, An Enduring Legacy, Salt Lake City, UT: Utah Printing Company, 1978.
Kate Carter, Heart Throbs of the West, Salt Lake City, UT: Daughters of Utah Pioneers, 1947.



home



Last updated 06.02.2015