Colonist Fathers, Corporate Sons: A Selective History of the Call Family
This recounts early Mormon history and Call family members' involvement. The Call family story continues through the generations into the 1990s tracing the family through the descendants of Anson Call. Anson was born in Vermont on May 13, 1810. He was the second of thirteen children of Cyril and Sarah (Sally) Tiffany Call. He died in Bountiful, Utah on August 13, 1890.
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Anson Call the Colonizer
Starting Anew Anson Vasco Call I
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