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Hannah Herbert 1840-1865 - Birth Record
Hannah Herbert 1840-1865 - Birth Record
 
 
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Hannah Topham (1825-1885) Grave Site
Hannah Topham (1825-1885) Grave Site
Status: Located;  
 
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Hannah Topham 1825-1885 - Birth Record
Hannah Topham 1825-1885 - Birth Record
 
 
154
Hannibal Octavias Fullmer 1837-1909 - Death Certificate
Hannibal Octavias Fullmer 1837-1909 - Death Certificate
 
 
155
Hariett Frances Noon 1829-1912 - Death Certificate
Hariett Frances Noon 1829-1912 - Death Certificate
 
 
156
Hazel Watson (1885-1950) - Death Certificate
Hazel Watson (1885-1950) - Death Certificate
 
 
157
Heber C Kimball, Jr. 1928-1928 - Death Certificate
Heber C Kimball, Jr. 1928-1928 - Death Certificate
 
 
158
Heber Lacelle Cummings 1858-1936 - Death Certificate
Heber Lacelle Cummings 1858-1936 - Death Certificate
 
 
159
Heber Parley Kimball 1835-1885 - Military Record
Heber Parley Kimball 1835-1885 - Military Record
 
 
160
Helen Mar Kimball 1901-1948 - Death Certificate
Helen Mar Kimball 1901-1948 - Death Certificate
 
 
161
Henry Smith Tanner 1869-1935 - Death Certificate
Henry Smith Tanner 1869-1935 - Death Certificate
 
 
162
Homer Manley Brown 1854-1936 - Death Certificate
Homer Manley Brown 1854-1936 - Death Certificate
 
 
163
Horace Heber Kimball 1854-1922 - Death Certificate
Horace Heber Kimball 1854-1922 - Death Certificate
 
 
164
Hugh Watson (1854-1910) Death Certificate
Hugh Watson (1854-1910) Death Certificate
 
 
165
Hyrum Heber Kimball 1855-1943 - Obituary
Hyrum Heber Kimball 1855-1943 - Obituary
Lethbridge Herald (Alberta Canada) - 5 Jun 1943 - Page 6 
 
166
Inger Maria Caspersen (1852-1942) Death Certificate
Inger Maria Caspersen (1852-1942) Death Certificate
 
 
167
Iowa State Census - 1905 - Pottawattamie - Council Bluffs - Page 3
Iowa State Census - 1905 - Pottawattamie - Council Bluffs - Page 3
 
 
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Iowa State Census - 1915 - Pottawattamie - Council Bluffs - Record 14705
Iowa State Census - 1915 - Pottawattamie - Council Bluffs - Record 14705
 
 
169
Isaac Alfonzo Kimball 1847-1912 - Death Certificate
Isaac Alfonzo Kimball 1847-1912 - Death Certificate
 
 
170
Isabella McGhie (1859-1916) - Death Record
Isabella McGhie (1859-1916) - Death Record
 
 
171
Jack Harbaugh Freeman 1908-1968 - Texas Death Certificate
Jack Harbaugh Freeman 1908-1968 - Texas Death Certificate
 
 
172
Jacqueline Crane (1917-1921) - Death Certificate
Jacqueline Crane (1917-1921) - Death Certificate
 
 
173
James Allen Brown 1911-1924 - DeathCertificate
James Allen Brown 1911-1924 - DeathCertificate
 
 
174
James Coles & Ann Windmill - Marriage Record
James Coles & Ann Windmill - Marriage Record
Birmingham, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1937 about Ann Windmill
Name: Ann Windmill
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 25 Aug 1793
Marriage Place: Birmingham, St Martin, Warwickshire, England
Spouse: John Coles
Spouse Gender: Male
Reference Number: DRO 34
Archive Roll: M110 
 
175
James Cowan 1786-1833 - Death Record
James Cowan 1786-1833 - Death Record
Please note that the 68 is not an age. I appears to be for funeral expenses. 
 
176
James Cowan Watson (1844-1906) - Obituary - Deseret News - 17 Nov 1906
James Cowan Watson (1844-1906) - Obituary - Deseret News - 17 Nov 1906
PATRIARCH JAMES C WATSON

Whose Funeral Will Take Place Tomorrow From the Pioneer Stake Hall,
Beginning at 12:30 O’Clock P.M.

It has been decided that the funeral of ex-Bishop James C. Watson will
be held from the Pioneer stake house as It was found that the Sixth ward
chapel would be entirely too small to accommodate the many friends who
desire to attend the services. The hour of 12:30 Sunday has been named
as the time for commencing the obsequies. The building In question Is on
Fifth South, between West Temple and First West streets.

Bishop Watson had many friends not only In the Sixth ward, where he
was connected with the bishopric for a period of twenty-five years, eighteen
of which he served as bishop, but throughout the entire city and elsewhere in
the state. He was but six years old when he came with his parents to Salt
Lake, and for 54 years he was a familiar figure upon the streets of this city.
From 1871 to 1889 he was a night watchman for the city, and as such his ac-
quaintances became very numerous and he was held In high esteem by all
who chanced to know him.

In his own ward, Bishop Watson was especially beloved. He often visited
the homes of the people over whom he presided, particularly the afflicted and
the poor. Of a cheerful and sunny disposition himself he carried brightness
and hope to those whore lives were darkened and he held a warm place in
the hearts of these, as he was esteemed by persons whose lot was more pleas-
ant and propitious.
 
 
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James Cowan Watson (1844-1906) - Obituary - DeseretNews - 13 Nov 1906
James Cowan Watson (1844-1906) - Obituary - DeseretNews - 13 Nov 1906
Bishop Watson Dead

After A Long Illness He Succumbs to Diabetes This Morning

A stalwart honored citizen of Salt Lake passed to his eternal rest at 10:30 when Bishop James C Watson breathed his last. It was known to his friends that he had been a very sick man for many months, but the news of his departure will be a painful surprise to acquaintances not in the vicinity of his home. The cause of death was diabetes.

As long ago as last April it became apparent that Mr. Watson's health would not permit him to longer assume the duties of bishop of the Sixth ward, and he was honorably released from that position, and was ordained a patriarch. For 25 years he had been connected with the bishopric of the ward mentioned, the last 18 of which had been spent as its head.

James C. Watson was born at Newarkhill, Scotland. Set. 4, 1844. In the fall of 1850 he came with his parents to Utah, and this was his home thereafter. He was a man very large physically weighing in his prime not less than 250 pounds, and he was also of large heart and brain. Ever jovial and good natured, he was well thought of by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance. He was particularly popular with the members of his ward, and his death will be regretted by many also who were not members of the Church.

Bishop Watson is survived by a large family, 20 children and a great many grandchildren and many other relatives. The time and place of funeral will be announced later. 
 
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James Cowan Watson (1844-1906) Death Certificate
James Cowan Watson (1844-1906) Death Certificate
 
 
179
James Cowan Watson, Jr. (1866-1945) - Utah Death Certificate
James Cowan Watson, Jr. (1866-1945) - Utah Death Certificate
 
 
180
James Dunn (1837-1923) Death Certificate
James Dunn (1837-1923) Death Certificate
 
 
181
James Livesey & Anne Wood - Marriage Record
James Livesey & Anne Wood - Marriage Record
West Yorkshire, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1512-1812 
 
182
James Madden Dunn (1870-1943) - Death Certificate
James Madden Dunn (1870-1943) - Death Certificate
 
 
183
James Palmer (1820-1905) Death Certificate
James Palmer (1820-1905) Death Certificate
 
 
184
James Palmer (1820-1905) Elder Certificate
James Palmer (1820-1905) Elder Certificate
 
 
185
James Palmer (1820-1905) Obituary - Deseret News 18 Oct 1905, Page 11
James Palmer (1820-1905) Obituary - Deseret News 18 Oct 1905, Page 11
 
 
186
James Palmer, Jr. & Mary Ann Price - Marrige Certificate
James Palmer, Jr. & Mary Ann Price - Marrige Certificate
Certification of marriage by George J Adams

To all Whom it May Concern
This to certify that Mr James Palmer and Wife Maryann Price, Where this Day Joined by me , in Holy Bonds of Matrymony according to the law of Nations and the Order of the Church of God. May the Almighty Preserve them Blameless until the End and Save them in his Glorious and Eternal kingdom for Christs Sake Amen--
Liverpool March 12th, 1842 George J Adams/Minister of the Gospel 
 
187
James Ruy
James Ruy
 
 
188
James S. Brown (1828-1902) Veteran Burial Record
James S. Brown (1828-1902) Veteran Burial Record
 
 
189
James Stirling 1744-x - Birth Record
James Stirling 1744-x - Birth Record
 
 
190
James Stirling 1795-1826 - Birth Record
James Stirling 1795-1826 - Birth Record
 
 
191
James Stirling Dunn - 1837-1923 - Birth Record
James Stirling Dunn - 1837-1923 - Birth Record
 
 
192
James Tanner Brown 1863-1942 - Death Certificate
James Tanner Brown 1863-1942 - Death Certificate
 
 
193
James Willard Cummings (1819-1883) Grave Site
James Willard Cummings (1819-1883) Grave Site
Status: Unmarked; There is no headstone, but I have located the site. Please look at Hannah Topham's headstone, and James is immediately to the West of her next to the large headstone. 
 
194
James Willard Cummings Obituary - Deseret News May 23, 1883
James Willard Cummings Obituary - Deseret News May 23, 1883
 
 
195
Jane Knowlton 1867-1940 - DeathCertificate
Jane Knowlton 1867-1940 - DeathCertificate
 
 
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Janet Hair 1769-? - Birth Record
Janet Hair 1769-? - Birth Record
 
 
197
Janet Watson (1859-1917) Death Certificate
Janet Watson (1859-1917) Death Certificate
 
 
198
Jean Fraser (1837-1926) - Death Certificate
Jean Fraser (1837-1926) - Death Certificate
 
 
199
Jeremiah Cummings 1727-? - Birth Record
Jeremiah Cummings 1727-? - Birth Record
 
 
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Jerome Brown 1849-1939 - Death Certificate
Jerome Brown 1849-1939 - Death Certificate
 
 

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