The Life of Fern Laurine Stoddard (1929-2020) Part III: A Pioneer Day Scholarship

On 24 July 1847, Brigham Young and the first group of Latter-day Saint Pioneers entered the Salt Lake Valley to establish a settlement. In the years that followed, residents of Utah, Idaho, Arizona and other areas of Mormon settlement would celebrate the 24th of July as Pioneer Day – a commemoration of the pioneers whoContinue reading “The Life of Fern Laurine Stoddard (1929-2020) Part III: A Pioneer Day Scholarship”

DNA From a Revolutionary War Ancestor: John Woodbury (1752-1821)

On the Fourth of July we specifically commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Independence, but we also celebrate many of the events contributing to the Independence and founding of the United States of America including the Revolutionary War, the Constitutional Convention, the War of 1812, and more. In my own family tree, I haveContinue reading “DNA From a Revolutionary War Ancestor: John Woodbury (1752-1821)”

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