LIVING

Family 1: LIVING



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LIVING

Family 1: Owen Levi NORTH



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Family 1: LIVING



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LIVING

Family 1: Jackson Carr Jack STEWART



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LIVING

Father: LIVING
Mother: LIVING


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LIVING

Father: LIVING
Mother: LIVING

Family 1: LIVING

  1.  LIVING

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|         _Daniel Seegmiller STEWART _
|_LIVING_|
         |_Enid SCHOFIELD ____________

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LIVING

Father: LIVING
Mother: LIVING


          _Paul Edward STEWART _
 _LIVING_|
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Walter Perry CLINE

Father: Alexander Perry CLINE
Mother: Rebecca Ann VAN HOOSER


                           _Reubin H. CLINE _______
 _Alexander Perry CLINE __|
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|--Walter Perry CLINE 
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|                          _Abraham B. VAN HOOSER _
|_Rebecca Ann VAN HOOSER _|
                          |_Mary Ann PADON ________

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Died Unmarried. SOURCE: Book,"The Van Hoose, Van Hooser, Van Huss Famil y in the United States" by Joyce Lindstom.


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Floyd Escue CRABTREE

Father: Ben Randolph CRABTREE
Mother: Emily MATTHEWS

Family 1: Bethena Louicinda CARTER
  1. +Walter Dewey CRABTREE

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 _Ben Randolph CRABTREE _|
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|                         _Lawrence MATTHEWS _
|_Emily MATTHEWS ________|
                         |_Agnes POSTON ______

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SOURCE: Geraldine Buland, 8555 S. Lewis #21-a, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74137. E- mail gerreok@aol.com. Researcher: Georgenia Stewart, 10-17-98.


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Walter Dewey CRABTREE

Father: Floyd Escue CRABTREE
Mother: Bethena Louicinda CARTER

Family 1: Anna Mae HARGIS
  1.  LIVING

                             _Ben Randolph CRABTREE _
 _Floyd Escue CRABTREE _____|
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|_Bethena Louicinda CARTER _|
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SOURCE: Geraldine Buland, 8555 S. Lewis #21-a, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74137. E- mail gerreok@aol.com. Researcher: Georgenia Stewart, 10-17-98.


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Leon Garfield DICKISON

Family 1: Fannie Adell STAHL

  1.  LIVING
  2. +LIVING
  3. +LIVING
  4. +LIVING
  5. +LIVING
  6. +LIVING

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Lydia Moretta HOWARD

Father: Marshall HOWARD
Mother: Mary Jane EDWARDS

Family 1: Mr. HANEY



                      _John HOWARD _______
 _Marshall HOWARD ___|
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|                     _Joseph B. EDWARDS _
|_Mary Jane EDWARDS _|
                     |_Mary KINNEY _______

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Information on this family is provided by Phyllis Goff, 3533
Chippewa River Drive, Eau Claire, Wisconsin 54703-0102 as of 8 Feb 2000.


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Andreas MADSEN

Father: Andrew Larsen MADSEN
Mother: Johannah Elizabeth Widergren ANDERSON


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|_Johannah Elizabeth Widergren ANDERSON _|
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Walter Lee QUALLS

Father: Alexander A. QUALLS
Mother: Adelia L. BILBREY

Family 1: Myrtle M. CRAWFORD


                        _Archilbald QUALLS _____
 _Alexander A. QUALLS _|
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|_Adelia L. BILBREY ___|
                       |_Mary Melvina MATTHEWS _

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!BURIAL,!BIRTH,!DEATH: Walter Lee Qualls was born 14 Sep 1887, died 14 Ap r 1967 buried Okalana Cem., Overton, Tennessee. He is buried by his wif e Myrtle M. Qualls. SOURCE: Overton County Roll Call Cemetery Records 1 795-1975, By Gary Norris, p 320. Researcher: Debra Emery


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John Clarence STEWART

Father: John Riley STEWART
Mother: Frances Ellen VAN HOOSER

Family 1: Mandana Editha JOHNSON
  1.  Junius Clarence STEWART
  2.  Willie Fernard STEWART
  3. +Ellen STEWART
  4. +Mary Mehe STEWART
  5.  Editha STEWART
  6.  Glen VanHooser STEWART

                             _Levi STEWART _______
 _John Riley STEWART _______|
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|                            _Riley VAN HOOSER ___
|_Frances Ellen VAN HOOSER _|
                            |_Mary Anne ANDERSON _

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MISSION: Source: Our Pioneer Heritage, Vol. 1, p.298 John Clarence Stew art, my father, was the son of John Riley Stewart and Frances Ellen Van H oosier who were married while crossing the plains to Utah in 1862. When J ohn grew to manhood he went on a mission to New Zealand in the year 1883 . He kept a diary of his labor among the natives and was successful in co nverting many to the Latter-day Saint faith. He served for four years. Fr om his diary we quote: September 6, 1884: The people threw away their Eng lish prayer books and asked for baptism. We went four miles to Tikikino f or the baptism and about twenty followed us. We held a meeting and I ha d to talk in Maori again as the man who tried to interpret Bro. Newby wa s no good.
7th-Sunday. This was a day long to be remembered. Twenty three asked fo r baptism. Three children we blessed. 10:00 a.m. was set for the time . I let Elder Newby baptize them as he hadn't baptized any yet. After din ner was over they spread mats on the ground and the sacrament on boxes co vered with white cloths. I spoke to them and they were confirmed.
8th-After breakfast 2 couples were to be married. So at 11 a.m. we san g a hymn and had prayer, then I married them. The Saints all sang songs o f praise and thanksgiving—that we had come to them and brought the Gospel . They talked till 11 p.m. and followed us for miles when we left.
11th-Went to Hastings and got letters from Pres. Stewart saying 89 more w ere baptized there where he was. He told me I was to come up where he wa s real soon October 1- ... Finally a small boat took me to Warhur. I supp osed the town called Wairia was only four miles away but found it 20 mile s.
5th-The Maori people followed me and asked for a meeting. There were 50 p resent and had good order and I talked for about an hour. After dinne r I went three miles to the next place and they welcomed me. They rang th e bell and the people came. About 250 collected and I spoke for one hour . After we dismissed, the men started asking questions and I had to sta y till 11 p.m., and was so tired I rolled up in a blanket and went to th e corner to rest, but the Maoris talked all night. Not much rest as one b lanket wasn't very soft.
[p.299] 6th-I came to Toha's (head Maori) and had a good sleep. Another c rowd collected and I showed the pictures of the Prophets and Salt Lake.
16th-I left for Wai Whare 10 miles. About 16 Maori followed me ... Fiftee n more Maori were baptized at 5:30.... As the meeting was about to close , Maoris brought their children to be blessed. Sixteen were blessed and f ifteen were baptized....
Father's diary is filled with villages he labored in and the success whic h followed him throughout his missionary labors in this faraway island. T here were 144 baptisms recorded in this one year of his diary, also 220 m entioned in one of his letters to his mother, all on one island while h e was there as presiding Elder.

He served for four years and was so loved that the chief of the tribe Chi ef Whaanga, gave his little eight year old nephew to Clarence in apprecia tion for his bringing the gospel to these people. This gift is on recor d in the Church files. He was one of the first missionaries to the Islan ds. At this time the Church advised the missionary not to decline this o ffer for fear it might offend the Islanders. So he brought home this lit tle Maori boy where he was warmly accepted as a member of the family. Hi s name was Piriki Whaanga. At that time he was about eight years of age . He lived only to his twenty-sixth year when he was fatally injured whil e riding a horse.

The following gifts were presented to Elder John Clarence Stewart by th e Maori people on his return to Utah: One jade idol, to be worn tied o n a string around the neck; one jade piece fashioned as a boomerang wit h boar's teeth tied to it; two straight pieces of jade to be used similar ly; one piece unfinished jade; one broken white bone ring and 1 pair of r ed and brown wool wristlets. Before leaving New Zealand he gathered som e beautiful articles for his bride to be, my mother, Editha Johnson. Amon g them was a clear glass rolling pin which he watched the natives blow, s ome seed bracelets and a small hand-fashioned bone cross. -Ellen S. Hemsl ey

Our Pioneer Heritage, Vol. 1, p.299
A few years later seven or eight Maori came to Kanab, Utah, the presiden t of the branch lived there. His name was Hirini Whaanga, and he was sai d to be of royal descent. His wife, Mere Whaanga came with him and also H irini's brother's wife, Abigail, who was Piriki's mother. There was als o Piriki's little brother named Kanab for the town in which my father liv ed. Three teenagers, named Watni Smith Sydney Christi and Edna Pomeroy an d others came. Hirini named my sister after his wife, and daughter, who h ad died.
Mere Whaanga had her picture in the Deseret News on the 20th of February , 1943. One picture showed her with Rufus K. Hardy and a near relative wh o was in the air force, Tame Hawaiki-range Waerea of Nuhaka, New Zealand . The other picture was at age ninety-five with a quilt she had made an d given to President Grant of the Latter-day Saint Church. The article sa id she came to Utah with her husband Hirini in 1890. He was called back t o New Zealand on a mission by President Smith and died soon after returni ng to Utah. She returned to New Zealand where she remained until she wa s ninety-five years old, then Rufus K. Hardy made arrangements for her t o return to Utah so that she could be buried by the side of her husband w hen she passed away. While in New Zealand she fed and sheltered hundred s of missionaries and traveled all over the country in the interests of t he Church. I went to see Mere shortly before her death. She was a great c redit to her people.

CHILDREN: SOURCE: Clairce Stewart Anderson writes in the sketch of the l ife of my parents, John Riley and Eliza Stevenson Stewart: Clarence an d Editha made a home in Kanab. Here their first four children were born . The fifth child was born in Nevada and the sixth in Salt Lake City.

DEATH: In 1904, Clarence died in Nevada while engaging in mining activit ies. SOURCE: A sketch of the life of my parents, John Riley and Eliza St evenson Stewart by Clairce Stewart Anderson.


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John Franklin STEWART

Father: Reuben Franklin STEWART
Mother: Mary Jane SKAGGS

Family 1: Minnie Lee MAUL



                            _David Kimbrough STEWART __
 _Reuben Franklin STEWART _|
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|_Mary Jane SKAGGS ________|
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