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Text:"... At Bonnevilfe Surviving are the following vlecs- Interment will be in the sons and daughters: A. X, Malacl Cll.v Cemetery. Tremonton; Mrs. Sylvia Dunn, Thatcher; Mrs. Eva Forsgren, Corinne: LymanWight, Perry..."
Date:Apr 12 1954
Publication:Ogden, Utah, United States of America
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Text:".... J. M. IVIinear and Mrs. William Teel. all of San Antonio. His father, L-ymanWight, was well known in the early history Tcxnu. llo built Austin, the flour of this part of the first jail in mill..."
Date:May 16 1918
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... St. Mary, Spencer Southcrland. John Taylor, LymanWight, Or- Yl'lght, Lyman Lehi Wisht, Levi L, wight, Laonil L..Wight and John Young. foregoing record" is conriensed -from a manuscript of Herman Hale..."
Date:Dec 8 1931
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:".... Watts 36. 8. T. Watts 37. 9. John F. Miller 38. 10. LymanWight 39. 11. John S. Hawley 40. 12. S. Z. Curtis 13. W. Ballantyne I. F. Carter P. L. Gressmen G. Montague A. Ballantyne Asher Gressmen Spencer..."
Date:July 4 1974
Publication:Burnet, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... Stal- lings. Isabell Ririe Stallings was born Daughter Feted On Reaching Age of Seven PERRY Mr. and Mrs. LymanWight and daughters, Joyce and Arlene, visited in Salt Lake City on Sunday at the home..."
Date:Jan 19 1941
Publication:Ogden, Utah, United States of America
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Text:".... and Mrs. Joseph Nielsen and children, Salt Lake City, were lust Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LymanWight. They also visited relatives in Tre- rnonton. John B. White, Willard, is spend- ing his..."
Date:Aug 18 1946
Publication:Ogden, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"... a wedding shower given in honor of Miss Gcorgina Whit- sides. Mrs. A. L. Wight of Ogden and Mr. and Mrs. LymanWight and daughter, Arlene, visited with relatives and friends at Thatcher, Sunady. Mr. and Mrs..."
Date:Mar 21 1937
Publication:Ogden, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"... at Placerville Grammar School. Tlie i.s under the .-.tart of the school vear. Mr. Young is survived by vife. Mrs. Anna Young, of :ity. and by three children. this Mrs. a destroyer, .set upon GEORGE LYMANWIGHT..."
Date:June 10 1943
Publication:Placerville, California, United States of America
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Text:"...;iy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LymanWight. Mr. and Mr.*. Wayne Atkinson and two children of Los Angeles and J. S. Holton *pent Saturday in Salt Lake City visiting with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson..."
Date:Sep 14 1941
Publication:Ogden, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"... visited the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LymanWight and family. Thursday evening Bishop and Mrs. H. Eugene Perry and chil- dren motored to Salt Lake City to attend a reunion for former L. D. S..."
Date:Aug 20 1939
Publication:Ogden, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"... they somehow iKjcame involved in heavy debt, and too, the citizenship of Hamilton (now Burnet) became prejudiced to ward Mormonism in general. Those two facts coupled to marauding Indians decided old LymanWight..."
Date:June 30 1938
Publication:Burnet, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... to the sinfulness of men, and their weakness, it would damn more men than it would save. This is the explanation that LymanWight gave for the existence of polygamy in that branch of the church over which he held..."
Publication date:Between 1913 and 1914
Publication place:Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
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Text:"...; but owing to the sinfulness of men, and their weakness, it would damn more men than it would save. This is the explanation that LymanWight gave for the existence of polygamy in that branch of the church over..."
Date:1900
Publication place:Utah, USA
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Text:"...PRESIDENCY OF THE CHURCH. I23 Joseph Smith that The Church would move from Nauvoo westward ? Answer: Yes, sir ; LymanWight always represented that he had been appointed by Joseph Smith, as others..."
Date:1900
Publication place:Utah, USA
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Text:".... GOODALE, 10. ALVA SMITH, 5. STEPHEN CURTIS, 11. JASON W. BRIGGS, 6. ORANGE L. WIGHT, 12. IRA J. PATTEN. 1 Evidently LymanWight refused to accept this appointment, for he wrote under date of December 26..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1911
Publication place:Lamoni, Iowa, USA
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Text:"..., and are buried in a cemetery on First St., New York. (Phoenix Whitney Family 1,709; II, 1510.) I have an idea this might be a first marriage of John 8 Wight (1382). 3081. LymanWight, private in 21st Ohio regiment..."
Date:Between 1635 and 1890
Publication place:Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
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Text:".... Bro. LymanWight spoke at some length on the subject introduced in the former part of the day, and on the old debts and obligations that are frequently brought up from Kirtland and Missouri; one..."
Date:1897
Publication place:Lamoni, Iowa, USA
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Text:"... in this place this day, for the purpose of organizing this stake of Zion, called Adam-ondiAhman. The meeting convened at ten oclock A. M. in the grove near the house of Elder LymanWight. President Joseph Smith..."
Date:1920
Place:Missouri, USA
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Text:"... and Erastus B. Snow. At Bunkerville they found Orange L. Wight, eldest son of LymanWight, who, over seventy years of age, had returned to the Church after an absence of fifty years. The last six weeks..."
Date:1904
Place:Utah, USA
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Text:"... that LymanWight, who was the commanding officer of the **camp, states in his daily journal under date of June 13, 1834, when Messrs. Hyde and Pratt returned and reported, as follows: **Traveled five miles..."
Date:1897