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Ada Maria Kendall
Ada Maria Kendall
 
 
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Agnes Wark Smith Jensen
Agnes Wark Smith Jensen
Date/location unknown. Probably around 1910. Photo provided by Sharlene Eaton. 
 
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Aidah Winchell Clements
Aidah Winchell Clements
 
 
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Aidah Winchell Clements
Aidah Winchell Clements
 
 
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Albert Clements
Albert Clements
 
 
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David Jones and Marinda Stevens
David Jones and Marinda Stevens
 
 
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Eliza Clements
Eliza Clements
Eliza was entirely blind in her old age. 
 
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Eliza Clements Kendall
Eliza Clements Kendall
Some histories indicate that Eliza was blind in her older years. This may explain her appearance in the photo. This photo was extracted from the 1897 Pioneer Jubilee Photo which is a high quality photo of many of the original 1847 pioneers. It also includes her husband Levi Newell Kendall. 
 
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Gasner G. Arehart
Gasner G. Arehart
 
 
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Gasner G. Arehart
Gasner G. Arehart
 
 
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Gasner G. Arehart
Gasner G. Arehart
 
 
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Jane Garrigus Arehart
Jane Garrigus Arehart
 
 
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Jared & Mary Smith Family
Jared & Mary Smith Family
 
 
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John F., Lillian, and Madge Marie Smith
John F., Lillian, and Madge Marie Smith
Photo was taken 1904 or 1905. 
 
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Joseph Heber Stallings
Joseph Heber Stallings
 
 
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Joseph Stallings
Joseph Stallings
 
 
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Levi and Eliza Kendall Cabin
Levi and Eliza Kendall Cabin
This original cabin is maintained in the city park located on Main Street and Center Street in Mapleton, Utah. It is the original cabin, but is not in the original location. It was probably built in the 1880s by Levi and Eliza Kendall. 
 
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Levi and Eliza Kendall Cabin
Levi and Eliza Kendall Cabin
This original cabin is maintained in the city park located on Main Street and Center Street in Mapleton, Utah. It is the original cabin, but is not in the original location. It was probably built in the 1880s by Levi and Eliza Kendall.

Monument reads:

Levi Kendall Home

This log cabin was built by Levi N. Kendall, born April 19, 1822, Rockport, Niagara County, New York. He was member of the advance guard of the first company of pioneers to enter the Salt Lake Valley, July 24, 1847, where he assisted in the first plowing and planting. After arriving there he was legally adopted by Brigham Young. He was also a veteran of the Echo Canyon and Indian Wars. He and his wife Eliza came to Mapleton in the 1880's as some of the first settlers. The home was built soon after their arrival. 
 
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Levi and Eliza Kendall's Cabin
Levi and Eliza Kendall's Cabin
This original cabin is maintained in the city park located on Main Street and Center Street in Mapleton, Utah. It is the original cabin, but is not in the original location. It was probably built in the 1880s by Levi and Eliza Kendall. 
 
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Levi Kendall
Levi Kendall
Photograph by George Edward Anderson. Probably around 1880.

Courtesy, L.Tom Perry Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602. 
 
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Levi Newell Kendall
Levi Newell Kendall
 
 
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Levi Newell Kendall
Levi Newell Kendall
Extracted from the 1897 Pioneer Jubilee Photo. 
 
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Levi Newell Kendall as a young man
Levi Newell Kendall as a young man
 
 
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Lloyd Lorenso Smith
Lloyd Lorenso Smith
Photo taken from the article about his death in the Idaho Falls Post Register, March 1962. 
 
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Sarah Brummet Arehart
Sarah Brummet Arehart
 
 
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Sarah Elizabeth Wilde Stallings
Sarah Elizabeth Wilde Stallings
 
 
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Sarah Lucy Brummet
Sarah Lucy Brummet
 
 
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Thomas Bullock Picture 1
Thomas Bullock Picture 1
 
 
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Thomas Bullock Picture 2
Thomas Bullock Picture 2
 
 
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William Wilde
William Wilde