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McCullough : the life of Major Levi Hamilton McCullough and his family

by Larry R. King
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[S.l. : s.n.], c1999
xv, 109 p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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Bibliography: p. [98]-102.

Levi Hamilton McCullough was born 18 Apr. 1810 in Norwich, Chenango County, in South Central New York. He married Clarinda Bartholomew on 9 Jan. 1834. The couple were baptized into the LDS Church while living in Jackson, Michigan in April 1845. Levi was mustered into the Mormon Battalion in 1846. When he finally arrived at the Salt Lake Valley he received the terrible news that his wife, Clarinda had died of consumption (tuberculosis) on July 13, 1847. His daughter Emily had also passed away. His other children, Julia, Esther & Henry, were being cared for by others. Levi never married again. Later, he lived in Fillmore, Utah for 31 years. He moved to his last location, Coyote (now Antimony) in Garfield County, Utah where he died 9 Oct. 1894 at the age of 84.

Includes full-name index.

Includes family history information as well as early lists of the members of the Jackson, Michigan & Bertrand, Iowa branches of the LDS Church.

Also includes a plat map of Antimony, Utah drawn using the memory of an old citizen in 1974.

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