Rowley Family Histories

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Frank D. Richardson, 1992 - 370 pages
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History of a Mormon Pioneer Family in the 1800s, including their conversion in England, handcart migration to the Salt Lake Valley, and home life in territorial Utah.
 

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This book is well written. It is a great read and full of inspiring stories of LDS Pioneers. I am a descendant of Ann Jewell Rowley and consider this a treasure.

Contents

Lives of the Rowley Children
82
Appendices
277
Bibliography
352

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About the author (1992)

PhD, University of Washington, 1974. Career administrator for LDS Welfare Services, Salt Lake City UT. Adjunct faculty, Department of Communication, Weber State University, Ogden UT.

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