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Biographical record of Salt Lake City and vicinity

Biographical record of Salt Lake City and vicinity

Source : Internet Archive

Biographical record of Salt Lake City and vicinity

Biographical record of Salt Lake City and vicinity

Source : Internet Archive

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the marriage relation with Miss Emily S. Tanner, a daughter of Nathan and Rachel Tanner of this city. Several children


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a daughter of Nathan and Rachel Tanner of this city. Several children have been born of this marriage, which has


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married in 1885 to Miss Rachel Tanner, daughter of Sidney and Rachel (Neyman) Tanner, who came to Utah in 1850.


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Miss Rachel Tanner, daughter of Sidney and Rachel (Neyman) Tanner, who came to Utah in 1850.


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Our subject's father is Joseph S. Tanner, ex-Bishop of Payson, which office he held for nearly twenty-five years. He


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to Utah with his father, John Tanner, in 1848, and has since devoted his time to farming, stock raising and


Page 359

He is the son of Nathan and Rachel (Smith) Tanner, his mother dying in April, 1897, at the age of


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14. 1815, and his father, John Tanner, was a wealthy farmer in New York State. John Tanner early became a


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became embarrassed and needed assistance. Mr. Tanner came to their rescue and donatecfc his entire fortune to the


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until a few years ago. Nathan Tanner came to this city with his parents and also made his home in


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several of the other pioneers, Mr. Tanner was able to complete this work, and the canal is still in use


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Louisa Tanner, daughter of Sidney Tanner, who was a stock-raiser and freighter in the early


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Louisa Tanner, daughter of Sidney Tanner, who was a stock-raiser and freighter in the early days of the settlement