John Godfrey of Worcestershire England Ancestry and Posterity


By Helen A. Cowan. John Godfrey of Worcestershire, England, joined the Mormon Church in 1847 at the age of 22. After much persecution from the community, John Godfrey, his wife Ann, also of Worcester, and his eight children sailed from England to America on May 14, 1862. Godfrey and his family crossed the plains in Henry W.Miller’s Company and arrived in Salt Lake on October 10, 1862. They originally settled in the town of Mendon, and made a permanent home in Clarkston, Utah. John Godfrey was not a financier and died a poor man as far as worldly goods are concerned, but he left his family, his testimony and never waved in his steadfastness in the church. This comes as two books, Part 1 and Part 2. Original and copy are on 8.5″ x 11″, double sided. 1980, 723 pp

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