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Autobiographies of Lillie Alice Gates Wall & William Henry Wall and their ancestors and posterity

Wall-Gates family treasures : William Henry Wall (1870-1958), Lillie Alice Gates (1875-1948)
compiled, narrated, and edited by Ulah Smithson Jones, Rulon Nephi Smithson, Marian Andreasen Smith
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Utah?] : U.S. Jones, R.N. Smithson, M.A. Smith, 2000
485 p. : ill.(some col.), geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Cover title: Wall-Gates family treasures : William Henry Wall (1870-1958), Lillie Alice Gates (1875-1948)

Lillie Alice Gates (1875-1948) was born near Glasgow, Barren County, Kentucky, daughter of William and Mary Elizabeth Hamilton Gates. She married William Henry Wall (1870-1958) in Louisiana in 1891. William Wall was born near Ruggs Bluff, Louisiana, son of Henry Napoleon Wall and Marina Moody. They joined the L.D.S. Church in 1901 and came to Utah in 1905. Ancestry is traced to other generations in the southern U.S.

Includes Anderson, Caver, Smithson, Wall, Andreasen, Cochran, Moody, Hamilton, Patterson, McDaniel, Webb, Aten, and related families.

Includes index.

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