Sunday, November 8, 2009

Kanarraville, Iron, Utah - Photos

1 cent stamp postage marked 1908.
from left: Winnie Davis son of LaRen,
Charles Parker Jr. son of Charles and Elizabeth Ann Davis Parker,

Wayne Davis son of George, Napoleon (Pole) Pollock son of Joe.

There is a letter on the back of this card from Charles Parker Jr. to his future brother in-law John Andrew Wood. (I will add the letter.)

Kanarraville Wedding Reception for John Davis PARKER [Dee] (1891-1960) and Effa Mariah MULLINER (1895-1969) married 1 Jun 1915 in St. George, Utah LDS Temple.

Left are the adopted parents of the brides, Reese Jones Williams, Jr. (1851-1933) and Martha Maria (Davies) Williams (1854-1926) the bride and goom, seated back right is father of the groom Charles PARKER (1853-1935) seated in front right is mother of the groom Elizabeth Ann DAVIS (1859-1927)
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[Deceased parents of the bride were Margrette Allena DAVIES (1869-1897) and Robert Madison MULLINER (1867-1897).]

Effa's mother was Margrette was a second cousin to Dee's mother Elizabeth, their common grandparents were George MORRIS and Catherine ANTHONY.

Kanarraville Poultry Club 1917
back L-R: Sarah Davis, Ellener Davis Pollock, Young Elizabeth Stapley, Liza Wood, Sarah Roundy Sylvester (club president), Sarah Catherine Roundy, Lou Stapley front: L-R: Rosell Pollock Christensen holding Maynard Christensen, --- Ingram, Naomi Wood Ingram holding Ingram baby, three children: Nell Sylvester (Wilson), Eve Nixon holding "Everybody's Poultry Magazine," Molly Williams.

My grandmother Laura Elizabeth Parker Wood had married and moved away from Kanarraville, Utah in 1910 but she owned a copy of this photo. In 1917 she was living in Hurricane, Utah. These women must be her very good friends and many of them are her cousins. One of them must have sent the photo.
(Laura's copy in Lark's collection.)


More photos of Kannarra to be added.

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