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East Mill Creek, Salt Lake, Utah
East Providence, Rhode Island
Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts
Elton, Cattaraugus, New York
Farmington, Ontario, New York
Farwell Place, Harvard Square, Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Far West, Missouri
Federal Way, King, Washington
Florence, Omaha, Nebraska
Franklin, New York
Freedom, Cattaraugus, New York
East Mill Creek, Salt Lake, Utah birthplace in East Mill Creek
At her birthplace in East Mill Creek
Founded East Mill Creek in the Salt Lake Valley
3408 Oakwood Street, East Mill Creek, Utah 84109-3046
Birthplace of 4 of 5 Mad Seelys
Franklin Neff, the East Mill Creek miller
Not East Mill Creek
Bitner: one of our East Mill Creek family names
Franklin Neff, the miller of East Mill Creek
Franklin Neff, the miller of East Mill Creek
Home of Franklin and Frances Neff, East Mill Creek
Neff Mill in East Mill Creek
Frances Mariah Stillman Russell Neff passed away in East Mill Creek
Betty Chamberlin of East Mill Creek
life story, from East Mill Creek through Rosette to Brigham City
moved to East Mill Creek
Isaac & Elizabeth Seely
settle the West, particularly East Mill Creek
Neff Mill
Neff History
Neff Home, East Mill Creek
John and Mary Neff, miller of Winter Quarters and East Mill Creek
John and Evaline McLean Fisher of East Mill Creek
before emigrating to East Mill Creek
last to be born in East Mill Creek
Born in East Mill Creek
thence to East Mill Creek
She spent her early childhood in East Mill Creek
Verna was born August 24, 1906, in East Mill Creek
Bethany was enjoying ballet lessons in East Mill Creek
the heart of East Mill Creek
May: East Mill Creek
founders of the East Mill Creek
2001—May: East Mill Creek
born in East Mill Creek
East Mill Creek doesn’t qualify as a city
Betty lives in East Mill Creek
Until her death at age 103, Fern Nichols’ home, in East Mill Creek.

Came to Mammy’s centenary gathering in East Mill Creek
Mammy’s birthplace in East Mill Creek.
After their marriage in 1899, Arta McLean Seely built the home
the East Mill Creek property Alfaretta Neff inherited from her father
Came to Mammy’s centenary gathering in East Mill Creek
Current proprietor of Mammy’s birthplace in East Mill Creek
East Mill Creek: with Betty at the birthplace
Neff’s Station at Dry Creek” fifteen miles south of East Mill Creek
In the East Mill Creek neighborhood, Uncle John is primarily remembered as Bishop Neff
Julian Moses, of East Mill Creek
Julian Moses presided over the branch now known as East Mill Creek Ward
our East Mill Creek Fishers
presiding officer of the branch at East Mill Creek
East Providence, Rhode Island Little Neck Cemetery
A Little Neck full of Worshipful Peacemakers
Riverside, in East Providence, Rhode Island…
Bullock’s Cove, in what is now East Providence
In the neighborhood called Riverside, in East Providence, Rhode Island
Ancient Little Neck Burying Ground in East Providence
remote spot in East Providence, Rhode Island
Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts Buried in Eastham.
Married Constance Hopkins; settled in Eastham; buried there.
Married; settled in Eastham; buried there.
Early home of the Smith family
Early home of the Stillman family
also moved family from Eastham to Sandisfield.
came from Eastham.
Eastham to Sandisfield.
Nicholas and Constance Hopkins Snow; wife of Benjamin Smith; moved family from Eastham to Sandisfield.
commemorate their pioneering roles in Eastham
original settlers of Eastham on Cape Cod
the old Cove burial ground
great-granddaughter of Nicholas and Constance Hopkins Snow
Great-grandson of Joseph and Hannah Rogers
at about the same time
Eastham.htm
Forty Shillings from Eastham
Grandpa Joseph Rogers with his wife Grandma Hannah, and Grandma Constance Hopkins Snow with her husband Grandpa Nicholas had been among the original settlers of Eastham, around 1644
Eastham.htm
forty shillings per head
forty shillings per head
Smiths from Eastham
their daughter Ruth
Elton, Cattaraugus, New York Clara (1828), Fanny (1830) Decker born
Oliver III and Hannah moved from Farmington ca 1827
Elton map
1852 will
Elton landmarks
Modern topological map of Elton
Oliver’s sole heir
Wheeler property in Elton
Elton Cemetery
Grave in Elton
Oliver’s gravestone in Elton
Took flowers to Oliver’s grave
Elton Cemetery
Elton
Property in Elton
Welcomed us to their home
Current owners of Wheeler home in Elton
100 miles west of Farmington
Isaac Decker applied to buy land in Elton, 1827
Wheelers and Deckers there for 1830 Census
in Elton
Modern topological map of Elton
1835 State Census
Oliver a cabinetmaker
Oliver and Benjamin Wheeler, neighbors
Guinea pigs
Both households gone by 1850
Elton Freewill Baptist Church
Oliver alone in 1840 Census
Purchased Elton home
Willed Elton property to Hannah
Sawyer and Jaquish pioneers
The rest of her story
farm in Elton Village
Isaac and Harriet Decker in Elton
it was a schoolhouse for many years
The Deckers in Elton—1827-36
Kristie Holmes’ mother is Norma Defoe
"OliverEltonCemb.htm"

she still thought of Harriet as Mrs Isaac Decker
150 Years of Freedom 1811-1963
map of Elton Village
The Elton Cemetery
The Elton Freewill Baptist
The house
Elton Landmarks
Elton Cemetery, Town of Freedom
the main street of Elton Village
Holmes family brought flowers
Elton Cemetery
Wade and Kristie Holmes
The Wheelers in Elton—1825
The Wheelers in Elton—1825
gravestone
The “Holland book”
Elton where our family lived.
“family compound”
Interdecennial State Census in 1835
Benjamin Franklin Wheeler
guinea pigs?
Elton Village
Oliver purchased 1.31 acres
his will
Elton Freewill Baptist Church
settled in Freedom
Wade and Kristie Holmes
his 225th birthday, the 12th of the coming month
consulted briefly with Mary Blum
Metcalfs prominent citizens during the early settlement
Located Hannah in Akron, Ohio
she went to live with her son
Farmington, Ontario, New York Farmington, Ontario County
OliverFarmington.htm
Freedom lies west of Farmington
The Wheelers in Farmington—1820
Grandma in Farmington
The Wheelers in Farmington—1820
Nearly all newcomers
The Wheelers in Farmington—1820
five entries report six inhabitants
gravestone
The Wheelers in Farmington—1820
Oliver in Farmington 1820
Oliver Farmington
The Wheelers in Farmington
Farmington, Ontario County, New York
"OliverFarmington1820.htm"
Phelps, Ontario County, New York
1815-1827—Farmington
Clarissa Caroline was a story yet to emerge
100 miles west of Farmington
Settled in Phelps 1820
Settled in Phelps
Possible 1820 census entry Near Wheeler home in Farmington
Moved to Freedom 1827
Married Harriet Wheeler 1820
Homestead of newlyweds Isaac and Harriet Decker
Harriet Wheeler and Isaac Decker married 1820
1820 census
Near Palmyra
Married 1820
In Farmington
Home of Joseph Smith
Close to Farmington, Phelps Birthplace of “Mormonism”
Oliver III and Hannah moved from Farmington ca 1827
Harriet Wheeler and Isaac Decker married 1820
15 miles from Deckers
Farwell Place, Harvard Square, Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts At the turn of the third millennium A.D., only one street in Harvard Square, Cambridge, bore the same name as that by which it appears in street maps of 1636: Farwell Place, between the Old Cambridge Burying Ground and Larsen Hall, of the Harvard Graduate School of Education
Farwell Place, the unimpressive little dead-end street shown below, lies mid-way from Appian Way to Brattle Square
Far West, Missouri intending to settle near Far West
in or near Far West, Lucy Ann married William Seely
Far West Record
After the fall of Far West they fled to Quincy
They arrived at Far West in March, 1838
The Quarterly Conference convened at Far West …
Isaac Decker volunteered for a mission
Federal Way, King, Washington
Our Olsens moved to Federal Way around the turn of the millennium.
Named after its high school
Zannah’s birthplace
Emily was worn out with moving, and they were still in Federal Way!
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Florence, Omaha, Nebraska Current name of the location of Brigham Young’s Winter Quarters
Stopped there in 2003 to visit the Neff Mill
Franklin, Delaware, New York Decker family residence
Freedom, Cattaraugus, New York 1835 Census shows Oliver between son Benjamin and Hazen Jaquish
Sawyer, Jaquish, and Wheeler families among pioneers
Clara (1828), Fanny (1830) Decker born
Elton map
Elton landmarks
Modern topological map of Elton
Wheeler property in Elton
Oliver’s gravestone in Elton
Elton Cemetery
100 miles west of Farmington
Isaac Decker applied to buy land in Elton, 1827
Wheelers and Deckers there for 1830 Census
1835 State Census
Oliver a cabinetmaker
Oliver and Benjamin Wheeler, neighbors
Guinea pigs
Both households gone by 1850
Elton Freewill Baptist Church
Oliver alone in 1840 Census
Purchased Elton home
Willed Elton property to Hannah
Oliver III and Hannah moved from Farmington ca 1827
Little Valley, Cattaraugus County
1835 New York State Interdecennial Census
Azro, still in Freedom
pioneers of the Freedom area
1827-1854—Freedom, Cattaraugus County, New York
Caroline Wheeler
Clarissa Caroline Wheeler Sawyer of Freedom
Freedom
Freedom, Cattaraugus, N.Y. about 80 1830 Freedom, Cattaraugus, New York
born 22 July 1828 Freedom
Her father moved to Freedom
a traumatic incident
The Wheelers in Freedom—1830
run a school from their home in Freedom?
youthful nuptials
she still thought of Harriet as Mrs Isaac Decker
150 Years of Freedom 1811-1963
From 1827 to 1835, they lived in Freedom
Jaquish. Pioneers of Freedom, buried in Michigan
Elton Cemetery, Town of Freedom,
moved to Freedom
1830 census shows Oliver’s household residing in Freedom
Freedom lies about a hundred miles west
one-acre property in Freedom
The Wheelers in Freedom—1830
This current (2004) topological map of the Freedom area
A close-up, and a warm, amusing story
Interdecennial State Census in 1835
enumerated in Freedom in 1850
Oliver alone in Freedom
our third visit to Freedom
another Sawyer family in Freedom
Caleb Sawyer with one male 20-30 and one female 15-20.
. Caroline was 17 when the family moved to Freedom
freshly moved in from Freedom
in 1820 (when Freedom was still called Ischua)
US Census for Freedom
About 1829: Caleb Sawyer, born about 1808
About 1831: Caleb and Caroline have Malvina C in Freedom.
About 1832: Caleb and Caroline have Henry Oliver in Freedom.
two more children
2004—Freedom
came to Freedom
settled in Freedom
Freedom, last year
decorated the grave
Freedom—Wheeler
a couple of days in Freedom, Cattaraugus
Freedom, Cattaraugus County
Freedom, Cattaraugus County
a branch president for Freedom
Freedom, Cattaraugus County
The Freedom Branch
the land of Freedom and the regions round about…
worship service of the Freedom Branch
baptisms in Freedom happened in Fish Lake
Freedom, Cattaraugus County
the original Freedom Branch
Freedom, Cattaraugus County
Freedom, Cattaraugus County
Freedom, Cattaraugus County
our visit to Freedom in 2009
researching Freedom, Cattaraugus
returned to Earl’s household in Freedom
Subject: Heman and Freedom;
the Freedom Branch of the Church
baptized March 11, 1834 at Freedom
married Eunice Sawyer October 13, 1835, at Freedom
Heman Tilton Hyde returned to his home in Freedom
Eunice, a teenager in the Freedom Branch
her death in Freedom, New York
Uncle Charlie’s youth in Freedom
horrific accident
Benjamin Franklin Wheeler shows up as a young paterfamilias
our third visit to Freedom at the end of May, 2009
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