George Pack

George Pack An orphan At about five years, was “bound out” to Stephen Kent. At the close of the Revolutionary War, Stephen Kent (a Tory) moved to the Loyalist colony at Saint John, New Burnswick, taking George, then 13, with him. Married Phylotte Green about 1790, in Saint John. Children all born at Saint John […]

Bill Maxwell

William (Bill) Maxwell Born to Weltha Ann Casper and Arthur Maxwell Jr. on December 9, 1895 in Peoa, Utah Seventh of nine children—three of his siblings died in infancy and his oldest brother died at age 17 He lived in Peoa all is life Went to high school by a horse drawn sled Played center […]

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James H. Walker

SHORT SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF JAMES H. WALKER On October 12, 1878, there came into this world, a baby boy, the son Appollos Benjamin Walker and Sarah Jane Holman. The family lived in part of the big house owned by the grandfather, Henson Walker.  The maternal grandmother had been visiting at the home for […]

Sarah Jane Holman

SARAH JANE HOLMAN by Jennie Johnson (daughter) In the little town of Santaquin, Utah, on June 13, 1858 was born a winsome baby girl.  She was the second child in a family of thirteen, having one brother older. Her father, James Alonzo Holman was born in Franklin County, Pennsylvania.  He had gone with his father’s […]