Historian's Office record of members : known as the "Minnie Margetts" file

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Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1963
on 16 microfilm reels ; 16 mm.


Microfilm of card files in the Office of the Church Historian, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Also called The Membership Card Index. This indexes most but not all early English branch records 1839-1913. Film 415443 gives a list of the branches indexed. The following Church units outside of England are also included: . INTERNATIONAL BRANCHES Mexico -- Garcia Australia -- Sydney Samoa -- Vaiafai . . CHURCH UNITS IN THE UNITED STATES Arizona -- Pima and Showlow California -- Harmony Georgia Conference Iowa -- Harris Grove Florida Conference South Carolina Conference Utah -- Circleville, Escalante, Goshsen, Hyrum, Kaysville, Logan 6th, Midway, Moroni, Parowan 1 and 2, Payson, St. George, and Vernal, Salt Lake County -- Farmers, Mill Creek, McKinley, and Salt Lake 6th, 14th, 16th, and 17th.

This card file is an index to membership records. It is arranged alphabetically by surname. Check women under their maiden and married surnames. Cards may give: name, date and place of birth, parent's names, date and place of baptism, by whom baptized, priesthood ordinations, residence, emigration and remarks.



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