Thornock Pioneers Salt Lake Valley Colonizers, Bear Lake Valley


By Clarence S. Thornock. This history is written for the benefit of the posterity of John and Ann Bott Thornock. It is an account of many of the most significant events in the lives of this couple and their nine children, six of them born in England and three in Utah. The primary role they played in America had two distinct periods. One of which was 17 years spent in the Salt Lake Valley where they joined an on-going program in pioneering activities. This family emigrated from England to Utah in 1854, seven years after the first Mormons started to establish Salt Lake City as the headquarters of the Church. 1982, 245 pp

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