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William Athel Payne (1857-1944), Charles Athel Scribner (1904-1989) & Helen Isabel Miller (1900-1989)
William Athel Payne (1857-1944), Charles Athel Scribner (1904-1989) & Helen Isabel Miller (1900-1989)
 
 
14877
William Augustus Deal (1897-1930)  World War I draft
William Augustus Deal (1897-1930) World War I draft
"Gus William Deal Carlisle, AR, b. 10 Aug 1897 Carlisle AR; don't know father's birthplace; employer Tom Moore Carlisle AR; nearest relative F.C. Deal Stratford OK; tall medium build, gray eyes light brown hair; 24 Aug 1918; Lonoke, AR" 
 
14878
William Bateman and Mountain Meadows
William Bateman and Mountain Meadows
Biography and association with Mountain Meadows Massacre 
 
14879
William Bennett Payne (1766-1840), Land Grant,  31 Dec 1831
William Bennett Payne (1766-1840), Land Grant, 31 Dec 1831

Eighty acres in Clay County, IN 
 
14880
William Bost (1739-1822)
William Bost (1739-1822)

"William, son of Johannes Bast, confirmed 18 October 1753 Old Williams Township Congregation, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Migrated 1754 with family to Mecklenburg, now Cabarrus County, North Carolina. Settled on Clark's Creek near this church land grant of 28 August 1762."

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Old St. Paul's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Newton, Catawba County, NC 
 
14881
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960)
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960)

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IOOF Cemetery, Charleston, Mississippi County, MO 
 
14882
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960)
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960)

Received from Carolyn Webb, Ida Bridwell Deal (1891-1973) Papers:

Parental signature on report card of Dorothy Deal Ragsdale (1916-1943) 
 
14883
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960)
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960)

Received from Carolyn Webb, Ida Bridwell Deal (1891-1973) Papers 
 
14884
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960), Business
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960), Business

Received from Carolyn Webb, Ida Bridwell Deal (1891-1973) Papers 
 
14885
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960), Business
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960), Business

http://www.topix.com/album/detail/charleston-mo/5MDLR5VO84JMLJL5

"Old Buckner Ragsdale Bldg" 
 
14886
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960), Business interests
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960), Business interests

Received from Carolyn Webb, Ida Bridwell Deal (1891-1973) Papers 
 
14887
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960), Business, 1914
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960), Business, 1914
 
 
14888
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960), Obituary
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960), Obituary

Received from Carolyn Webb, Ida Bridwell Deal (1891-1973) Papers 
 
14889
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960), Obituary
William Buckner Ragsdale (1880-1960), Obituary

Received from Carolyn Webb, Ida Bridwell Deal (1891-1973) Papers 
 
14890
William Budge
William Budge
William Budge (May 1, 1828 – March 1, 1919)[1] was a member of the Council of Fifty as well as the Idaho Legislature and was a mission president and stake president in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church).

Budge was born in Lanark, Scotland but in his teen years moved to Glasgow for employment. At the age of 20 he joined the LDS Church. He became a missionary in 1851 and continued in that position until about 1860. During these years Budge served for a time as president of the Swiss Mission, as district president in Glasgow and five different districts in England, and also preached the gospel in Italy and Germany. Among other assignments, in 1855 the president of the European Mission Franklin D. Richards sent Budge to Saxony to respond to inquires about the LDS Church from Karl G. Maeser.

In 1860 Budge emigrated to Utah Territory. He later moved to Bear Lake County, Idaho. From 1878 to 1880 Budge was president of the European Mission, and in 1877 as well as in 1870 to 1906 he served as president of the Bear Lake Stake.[1] From 1906 to 1918 Budge was the president of the LDS Church's Logan Utah Temple.

Budge also served as a member of the Idaho Legislature.

One of the Helaman Halls at Brigham Young University is named for Budge. 
 
14891
William Budge Family Photo
William Budge Family Photo
Jessie, Mary, Wife #1 Julia, William, Annie, Julia
Picture Taken after 1905 and before 1912 
 
14892
William Budge in Brief
William Budge in Brief
After his conversion to Mormonism in Scotland at the end of 1848, William Budge spent nine years (April 20, 1851 to May 10, 1860) as a missionary in England, Switzerland and Germany. Then in 1860 he came to Utah, where he spent ten years prior to his assignment to Paris, Idaho. He served as Bear Lake stake president , and, after an absence on another European mission from 1878 to 1880, eventually became recognized as spokesman for Idaho’s large Mormon population. When Idaho was admitted as an anti-Mormon state, he led the opposition to constitutional restrictions that prevented the Latter Day Saints from voting, holding office, or serving on a jury. Before Mormons were excluded from politics, he had legislative experience e in the territorial Council to which he was elected in 1880; after the Saints were readmitted to public life, he was chosen a Bear Lake county senator in 1898. Finally in 1906 he became president of Logan temple. One of his sons, Alfred Budge, [son of William and second wife Eliza Pritchard] served for many years as a district judge and on the Idaho supreme Court. One of Alfred’s sons, Hamer Budge, represented Idaho in Congress before his appointment as chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission.

--Idaho State Historical Society Reference Series, No 539, 1971

While a missionary in England, William met and married Julia Stratford, sister of Lucetta Stratford.

On December 16-17, 1904, William Budge and Charles W. Penrose testified before the United States Senate in the Smoot Hearings (1903-1906). Elected Utah senator Reed Smoot faced a challenge to his right to occupy his Senate seat. Those opposed to Smoot asserted that plural marriages continued to take place Post-Manifesto and that the Mormon church condoned the practice. Senator Smoot was not a polygamist, but he was a Mormon apostle. Idaho Senator Fred Dubois and others questioned Budge. 
 
14893
William Burroughs (1872-1919)
William Burroughs (1872-1919)

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14894
William Burroughs (1872-1919)
William Burroughs (1872-1919)

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14895
William Burroughs (1872-1919)
William Burroughs (1872-1919)

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14896
William Burroughs (1872-1919)
William Burroughs (1872-1919)

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Center Point Cemetery, Center Point, Clay County, Indiana, U.S.A. 
 
14897
William Butterman (1889-1960)
William Butterman (1889-1960)

"Private, Provost Guard Company, World War I"

Find-A-Grave:

Restlawn Cemetery, Brazil, Clay County, Indiana, U.S.A. 
 
14898
William Butterman (1889-1960)
William Butterman (1889-1960)

Terre Haute Tribune, Saturday, 10 Sep 1960 p. 2

Received from Paul E. Williams.
 
 
14899
William C. Grogan (1909-1966) & Dorothy Mercedes Willis (1915-1987)
William C. Grogan (1909-1966) & Dorothy Mercedes Willis (1915-1987)

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Echo Memorial Cemetery, Echo, Umatilla County, OR 
 
14900
William C. Killion (1830-1900), Obituary
William C. Killion (1830-1900), Obituary

Terra Haute Evening Gazette, Wednesday, 7 Feb 1900, p. 8

Received from Paul E. Williams.
 
 

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