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Daughters of the Utah Pioneer Family History Mystery Mystery of The Heirloom
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Daughters of the Utah Pioneer Family History Mystery Mystery of The Heirloom

Veda Cox Received her 55 Years in The Wagon Wheel Camp - Daughter's of The Utah Pioneers@DUP.EMCCongratulations
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Veda Cox Received her 55 Years in The Wagon Wheel Camp - Daughter's of The Utah [email protected]
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Daughters of the Utah Pioneer Family History Mystery Mystery of the Heirloom
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Daughters of the Utah Pioneer Family History Mystery Mystery of the Heirloom

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In Loving Memory
07/08/2019

In Loving Memory

In Loving Memory

Heaven let us borrow an angel to call our own. On July 1, 2019, Marilyn Foster Wright, 86, went home. With beauty and gr...
07/06/2019

Heaven let us borrow an angel to call our own. On July 1, 2019, Marilyn Foster Wright, 86, went home. With beauty and grace, she left peacefully surrounded by her family singing her into the next life. She taught us many things, but above all, unconditional love.
Ivan and Hildred Foster welcomed four children, first Marilyn, followed by Bob, Kathy, and Nancy: siblings that became faithful friends and companions. A solid foundation of strong virtues and love were built in her youth, which Marilyn built and expanded on her whole life.
William (Bill) and Marilyn Wright were sealed January 4, 1951, in the Salt Lake Temple and were delighted the Lord blessed them with five unique and wonderful children of their own: Emily, Jerry, MaryLane, Rhonda and Jeff. For a time they fostered a young man named Jervis. Marilyn mothered each child according to their individual needs and personalities with great skill and was an invaluable support and love to them. Marilyn's children-in-law, Gary, Suann, and Marti also adored her.
Marilyn earned a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Education and School Psychology from Brigham Young University and the University of Utah. She worked in special education, ESL, traditional classrooms, and programs serving underprivileged families. Her heart was with children who needed extra attention and care.
Marilyn was exceptionally talented and curious. She filled her calendar with opportunities to learn, serve, and be with people she loved. She greatly valued her membership of over sixty years in the Literary Adventures book group and the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. She was also a member of the Utah Watercolor Society. Using her exceptional musical talent, she accompanied and taught countless piano students.
She wholeheartedly believed in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and taught and testified of Christ in many capacities therein. She had a sweet fondness for missionaries and encouraged her children and grandchildren to serve full-time missions.
Her humor was unforgettable. She delighted others with her quick wit and hilarious accounts of her adventures. She could tease and be teased and laughed heartily and often.
Her parties were epic. Her family smiled and wept at her last party, which she threw just hours before she passed away. Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren were spoiled by her thoughtful attention.
Her family finds comfort knowing she'll be greeted by her sweetheart Bill, her selfless daughter Rhonda, and her loving brother and parents. We feel blessed beyond expression that Heaven let us keep her long enough to learn from her priceless example.
A viewing will be held Sunday, July 7, 2019, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Holbrook Mortuary, 3251 South 2300 East. Funeral services will be held at 12:00 noon, with a viewing prior 10:45 to 11:45 a.m. Monday, July 8, 2019, at the East Mill Creek 16th Ward, 3408 South Celeste Way (3120 E). Interment: Mountain View Memorial Cemetery, 3115 E Bengal Blvd (7800 S). Guestbook to post messages for the family available at: HolbrookMortuary.com
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07/05/2019

Marilyn Foster Wright
Salt Lake City, Utah

Sep 26, 1932 – Jul 1, 2019 (Age 86)

We will miss her and all the music she brat in to our lives! She was a International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers
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We will miss her and all the music she brat in to our lives! She was a International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers

Marilyn Wright passed away on July 1, 2019 at the age of 86 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Funeral Home Services for Marilyn are being provided by Holbrook Mortuary.

07/05/2019

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Marilyn was born on September 26, 1932 and passed away on Monday, July 1, 2019. Marilyn was a resident of Utah at the time of passing.

ISDUP LEADERSHIP TRAINING SUPer DUPer Day Saturday 20th July 2019
06/02/2019

ISDUP LEADERSHIP TRAINING SUPer DUPer Day Saturday 20th July 2019

Awards and Celebrating  150 Year with the Railroad and Celebrating the chinese that came over to work on the railroad. W...
05/20/2019

Awards and Celebrating 150 Year with the Railroad and Celebrating the chinese that came over to work on the railroad. We had chinese Hay Stacks for lunch. Ice cream. Songs and Stories.

Awards and Celebrating 150 Year with the Railroad and Celebrating the chinese that came over to work on the railroad. We had chinese Hay Stacks for lunch. Ice cream. Songs and Stories.

It was a fun day for us to go back and learn about the history of the railroad connecting
05/15/2019

It was a fun day for us to go back and learn about the history of the railroad connecting

More info on the Museums and Golden Spike
05/15/2019

More info on the Museums and Golden Spike

05/14/2019

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more about our avenger

Messix Peak
Utah 84307 drove pass and aropund

Messix PeakUtah 84307 drove pass and aropund
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Messix Peak
Utah 84307 drove pass and aropund

05/14/2019

Messix Peak
Utah 84307

We all had a great time we were laughing and have a great time, being lost DUP pioneer's....
05/14/2019

We all had a great time we were laughing and have a great time, being lost DUP pioneer's....

We all had a great time we were laughing and have a great time, being lost DUP pioneer's....

DUP Wagon Wheel Camp will be going on May 13th 2019
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DUP Wagon Wheel Camp will be going on May 13th 2019

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Wagon Wheel Camp - Daughters of Utah Pioneers

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April 11, 2019 11:00 AM at Daughters of Utah Pioneer Birthday Party!!!!

Official page of International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers that entered the State of Deseret before May 10,1869.

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The Transcontinental Railroad of 1869
03/25/2019

The Transcontinental Railroad of 1869

03/25/2019
DUP Lunchen Wagon Wheel Camp it was  Jackie Lambson 89 and Veda Cox 98 Birthdays
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DUP Lunchen Wagon Wheel Camp it was Jackie Lambson 89 and Veda Cox 98 Birthdays

03/25/2019

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Last Monday every month DUP Daughter of Utah Pioneers.1:00 PMEast Millcreek Stake Center3103 East Craig Dr. (3640 South)
02/11/2019

Last Monday every month DUP Daughter of Utah Pioneers.1:00 PM
East Millcreek Stake Center
3103 East Craig Dr. (3640 South)

02/11/2019

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Portrait from ca. 1870.

Kanosh (1821 – December 24, 1884) was a nineteenth-century leader of the Pahvant band of the Ute Indians, having succeeded the more belligerent Chuick as principal chief. His band had "a major camp at Corn Creek."[1] He is remembered for having been "friendly toward early Mormon Pioneer settlers."[2]

It is believed Kanosh was born in Spanish Fork Canyon, but this is not certain.[3]

Kanosh spoke Spanish,[1] and "learned to speak good English for an Indian. William Black, one of the pioneers of the Sevier and San Pete Valleys, was a lifelong friend of this chief."[4]

Kanosh invited the Mormons to come and settle in his area where they founded the town of Kanosh. He "represented the Pahvant Utes at the signing of the treaty with Brigham Young which signalled the end of the Walker War in 1854," and was among the Utes who took up farming.[1]

Kanosh joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1858.[1] In 1874, Kanosh was ordained an elder by Dimick B. Huntington.[5] Kanosh was one of the very earliest Native Americans to receive the endowment.[6]

Kanosh met with Brigham Young on September 1, 1857, to discuss strategy in relation to the Utah War.[7]

At one time, widely circulating anti-Mormon literature speculated that Kanosh recruited the Utes who had participated in the Mountain Meadows massacre later that month, but no credible evidence has ever been presented to tie Kanosh to the event.

One of Kanosh's wives was Sally, a Southern Paiute who had been raised in Young's household. This relationship is a key part of why Kanosh's band worked so closely with the Latter-day Saints.[8] Another of Kanosh's wives was a Paiute named Mary who had been raised by Latter-day Saints in Payson, Utah Territory.[9] Kanosh built a regular cabin for her, whereas his other three wives lived in wikiups.[9]

Kanosh and his fellow Pahvants were the only large group of Utes who did not participate in the Black Hawk War.[10]

Kanosh died at the town of Kanosh, Utah Territory.[9]
References

Paul Padilla. "Kanosh". Utah History Encyclopedia. Retrieved 2012-12-11.
"1867 Chief Kanosh Memorial 1976 - Community Commemoration". Waymarking.com. Retrieved 2012-12-11.
Dixon, Madeline Cloward. Peteetneet Town: A History of Payson, Utah (Provo: Free Publishing Ltm., 1974) p. 103
Young, Levi Edgar. "The Utah Pioneers and the Indians," Young Women's Journal (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1918) p. 21 (January 1918).
Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, p. 390
Peterson, John A. "Kanosh" in Garr, Arnold K., Donald Q. Cannon and Richard O. Cowan, Encyclopedia of Latter-day Saint History (Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret Book, 2000) p. 600.
A Trial Lawyer Reviews Will Bagley's Blood of the Prophets - FARMS Review Archived 2009-02-10 at the Wayback Machine
Garr. LDS History. p. 600–01
Dixon. Peteetneet Town. p. 103
Garr. LDS History. p. 601

Hey Monday February 11th 2019 we met at nan for DUP, Lannett read a love story about Chef Kanosh and Sally. Joan B. Serv...
02/11/2019

Hey Monday February 11th 2019 we met at nan for DUP, Lannett read a love story about Chef Kanosh and Sally. Joan B. Served Raspberry pie and ice cream, with chocolate kisses.

01/25/2019
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