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The legacy of William Warner Player 1793-1993

compiled by Madelyn Player
Player, Madelyn (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Publishers Press, 1993
[vi], 518 p. : ill., facsims., maps, plans, ports.

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References: p. 496-518.

William Warner Player (1793-1873) to Charles and Ann Warner Player. In 1821 William married Zilah Sanders Brown. They moved shortly after that to the Potteries where William was a stone mason. In 1840 the Player family joined the LDS Church. In 1842 William, Zillah and their four children sailed to America and settled in Nauvoo where he worked on the temple. The Players came to Utah in the general migration and settled in Salt Lake City where he worked on the temple. Descendants live in Utah and other parts of the western United States.

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