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Untitled Verses for the Delphian Society by Eva Catherine Davis Penrose
Untitled Verses for the Delphian Society by Eva Catherine Davis Penrose
 
 
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Up, Awake, Ye Defenders of Zion

By Charles W. Penrose
Up, Awake, Ye Defenders of Zion By Charles W. Penrose
This note is added byGideon Burton: MormonLit@byu.edu


This is a hymn that is wonderfully dated, springing as it does from the 1857 Utah War, in which the Mormons saw themselves audaciously at war with the United States; and, when it was over, felt that they had, with God's will, been granted some kind of victory.

The hymn is sung to the tune of "The Red, White, and Blue."

 
 
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Wildra Adele Lietz Welch
Wildra Adele Lietz Welch
 
 
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Will
Will
 
 
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Will of Edmund Webb
Will of Edmund Webb
 
 
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Will of Giles Hopkins
19 January 1682/3
Will of Giles Hopkins 19 January 1682/3
Caleb Johnson researcher 
 
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Will of James Sims
Will of James Sims
James Sims 1750-1826 was the grandfather of Matilda Sims Penrose. In his will he names four children of his son James: Matilda, Roxana, Juliana, and James Hornblower Sims. The child listed as Elvira on James Sims and Jemima Hornblower's family is probably Roxana Elvira. 
 
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Will of Jonathan Hornblower
Will of Jonathan Hornblower
Jonathan Hornblower (1717-1780) was the father of Jethro Hornblower, the grandfather of both parents of Charles Penrose. 
 
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Will of Richard Penrose proved 1792
Will of Richard Penrose proved 1792
This is the will of the Richard Penrose on Penrose pedigree charts prior to 1967.  
 
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Will of Richard Penrose proved 1797
Will of Richard Penrose proved 1797
 
 
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Will of Stephen Hopkins
6 June 1644
Will of Stephen Hopkins 6 June 1644
 
 
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Will of Thomas Carter proved 1772
Will of Thomas Carter proved 1772
 
 
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Will of William Deal (1774-1824)
Will of William Deal (1774-1824)
 
 
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William Bateman and Mountain Meadows
William Bateman and Mountain Meadows
Biography and association with Mountain Meadows Massacre 
 
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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. 
 
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William Travis, History of Clay County, Indiana, Vol. II (1909), biographical sketch of 'Perry Allen Morgan'
William Travis, History of Clay County, Indiana, Vol. II (1909), biographical sketch of "Perry Allen Morgan"

INTRODUCTION: Perry Allen Morgan (b. 1859, Tennessee) was the grandson of Elizabeth Deal (b. Abt. 1806 Tennessee-d. Abt. 1835 Posey, Clay, IN) and Elijah Willis Wright (b. Tennesse d. Missouri).

This sketch contains information on three generations of the Deal, Wright, and Morgan families. 
 
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WOMAN BANISHES FEAR AS AIRSHIP SOARS SKYWARD By Eva Davis Penrose
WOMAN BANISHES FEAR AS AIRSHIP SOARS SKYWARD By Eva Davis Penrose
Article Published in the Salt Lake City Deseret News

TRAVELER TELLS OF THRILL IN GOING TO COAST BY PLANE; SCENIC WONDERS FROM CLOUDS DELIGHT
 
 

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