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Adam Emenhiser's Headstone
Adam Emenhiser's Headstone
Status: Located.  
 
2
Adam Strong farm cemetery in York, PA
Adam Strong farm cemetery in York, PA
Jerry Haddock standing in front of the Adam Strong farm cemetery in York County, PA 
 
3 Adam Strong Stories
(1769-1834) Son of James Strong, Jr.
As told by Frances Strong Helman
 
 
4 Albin Hoglund life story
8 page autobiography covering 1893 to 1912. 
 
5
Alice Ashman
Alice Ashman
Wife of Arthur Ephraim Strong, son of James T, son of Jacob Strong. 
 
6
Alice Ashman (wife of Arthur Ephraim Ashman)
Alice Ashman (wife of Arthur Ephraim Ashman)
Status: Located. This grave is located 10' E of Center St. and 50' N of 330 N. 
 
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Alice Ashman Strong
Alice Ashman Strong
Wife of Arthur Ephriam Strong (grandson of Jacob and Sarah Strong) 
 
8 Alice Fish Bury Walsh "Out There On the Plains"
The story of Alice Fish Bury Walsh Strong and her family by Robert A Egbert. 8 pages. 
 
9
Alice Fish Bury Walsh Strong's death certificate.
Alice Fish Bury Walsh Strong's death certificate.
 
 
10 Alice Fish Walsh - by Arlie Campbell
The life of Alice Fish Walsh as told by her grandson, Arlie Campbell, in the Jacob Strong Family reunion August 19, 1978 at the home of Elmer Strong. 
 
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Alice Fish Walsh Strong
Alice Fish Walsh Strong
Married Jacob Strong as a second wife in 1857 after losing her first husband, William Walsh, and her 5-year-old son, Robert, while crossing the plains in the Martin handcart company. 
 
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Alice Fish Walsh Strong
Alice Fish Walsh Strong
Status: Located. Alice Fish Walsh Strong's epitaph is written on the back of Jacob and Sarah Strong's headstone. She was a Martin company handcart survivor who became a second wife to Jacob Strong. 
 
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Alice Fish Walsh Strong
Alice Fish Walsh Strong
Status: Located. Second wife to Jacob Strong 
 
14
Alice Fish Walsh Strong
Alice Fish Walsh Strong
Talk read by Alice's great granddaughter, Bertie Del Walsh Walton in Sacrament meeting Monument Park 8th ward, Salt Lake City. 
 
15 Alice Fish Walsh Strong
2 page story of her leaving England and traveling with the Martin Handcart Company 
 
16 Alice Fish Walsh Strong - by Lucinda S. Campbell
Alice Fish Walsh Strong married Jacob Strong as a second wife in 1857 after losing her first husband, William Walsh, and her 5-year-old son, Robert, while crossing the plains in the Martin handcart company.  
 
17 Alice Fish's Story
as dictated to her daughter, Lucinda Strong who wrote it by hand. 
 
18 Alice Walsh - Autobiography
Autobiographical sketch found in the Josiah Rogerson Papers (ca.1895-1914), fd 2  
 
19 Alice Walsh Strong
Biography by Pam Sula. 
 
20
Alice Walsh Strong's headstone
Alice Walsh Strong's headstone
Status: Located. Alice was the second wife of Jacob Strong 
 
21 Alice Walsh tribute published in the Church News, Dec 30, 2006
"This I Have Done for Him" With these words, handcart pioneer Alice Walsh described some
of the sacrifices she made to gather to Zion.

Alice Fish Walsh Strong was the second wife of Jacob Strong
 
 
22 Alice's handwritten story.
Short handwritten autobiography. 
 
23
Alices's children by William Walsh and Jacob Strong.
Alices's children by William Walsh and Jacob Strong.
Left to right
1. Lucinda Strong Campbell (Oldest child by Jacob Strong) (My Grandmother)
2. Alice Walsh Strong
3. Sarah Walsh (Alice's daughter by William Walsh)
4. John Walsh (Alice's son by William Walsh)
 
 
24
Alma E Strong
Alma E Strong
Status: Located. Alma Ether Strong, husband of Louisa Underwood Strong 
 
25
Alma Ether Strong
Alma Ether Strong
Son of Jacob Strong and Alice Fish 
 
26
Alma Ether Strong Family
Alma Ether Strong Family
Top Left to right: Pearl, Alma James. Ellen, Grant,
Alma Ether, Nora, Louise Elizabeth "Lizzie" Underwood , Clinton & Thelma
Pearl -- died at 18 Yrs of kidney failure
Alma James -- Died at 23 yrs old of heart failure at the the SLC Granite Lumber Co.- Bertha, Paul and Louise.
Ellen - m. John Scott - Harry, Earl , Pearl , James , & Donna
Grant Lived 75 yrs - m. Vivian Fae Banks - 75 yrs then Thelma Goodfellow - 95 yrs.
Alma Ether 60 yrs- Heart attack in Seal Beach in 1929 m. Lizzie Underwood. Dry wall contractor.
Nora - 70 Yrs m. Bert McKay - Bruce -Robert died 1Yr.
Lizzie - Grandmother 77 Yrs -
Clinton - 71 Yrs--m. Afton Petty Sharon & Suzanne
Thelma - 75 Yrs m Frank Alma Upham - Naomi, Ruth, & Frank Lived in Seal Beach. Frank was a life Guard and Policeman.
Naomi & Ruth live in Escondido area.
 
 
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Alvin Charles Strong
Alvin Charles Strong
Son of James Thomas Strong; grandson of Jacob Strong. 
 
28
Amy Alvord
Amy Alvord
Daughter of Sarah Elizabeth Mower and Joseph Alvord. Granddaughter of Susan Strong. Great granddaughter of Jacob Strong. 
 
29
An Expanded View of our Walsh - Fish Heritage
An Expanded View of our Walsh - Fish Heritage
Includes nice photos of Alice Fish and William Walsh's home town in England 
 
30
Anna Gibbens Prather and daughter  Etta Prather
Anna Gibbens Prather and daughter Etta Prather
Emmaranda Annabelle Gibbens Prather was born 12 Apr 1859 in New Boston, Mercer, Illinois to George Gibbens and Susan Wilson.

Her daughter Etta was born 23 Nov. 1891 in Monitor, Marion, Oregon (father was Samuel J. Prather) 
 
31
Annanettie Nielsen Brown
Annanettie Nielsen Brown
Mother of Ethel Brown who was Byron Strong's wife. 
 
32
Another Pioneer Called Home
Another Pioneer Called Home
Obituary of Alice Walsh Strong in Millennial Star, August 21, 1924. 
 
33 Ardella Long Walsh newspaper article
Death Claims LDS Worker 
 
34 Ardella Long Walsh Obituary
 
 
35
Arthur & Alice Strong's house
Arthur & Alice Strong's house
Located at 753 East 500 South, Salt Lake City, UT. Alice is standing with her 3 children, Edith, Hal and Byron. 
 
36
Arthur and his son, Byron Strong
Arthur and his son, Byron Strong
Arthur Strong is a grandson of Jacob and Sara Strong. Roger Keddington is on the left of Arthur and Byron. 
 
37
Arthur Ephraim Strong
Arthur Ephraim Strong
Arthur Ephraim Strong and Bob Bird in BSA uniforms. Arthur was awarded a Silver Beaver. 
 
38 Arthur Ephraim Strong
Arthur was a son of James T. Strong and a grandson of Jacob and Sarah Strong. 
 
39
Arthur Ephraim Strong
Arthur Ephraim Strong
Son of James T, son of Jacob Strong. 
 
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Arthur Ephraim Strong
Arthur Ephraim Strong
Son of James T who was a Son of Jacob Strong. 
 
41
Arthur Ephraim Strong - Marriage Certificate
Arthur Ephraim Strong - Marriage Certificate
Marriage certificate of Arthur Ephraim Strong and Alice Harwood Ashman - 1896. 
 
42
Arthur Ephraim Strong - Obituary
Arthur Ephraim Strong - Obituary
Obituary of Arthur Ephraim Strong, grandson of Jacob Strong (1872 - 1948). 
 
43
Arthur Ephraim Strong's Headstone
Arthur Ephraim Strong's Headstone
Status: Located. This grave is located 10' East of Center St. and 50' N of 330 N. 
 
44
Arthur Strong
Arthur Strong
Arthur Ephraim Strong in his BSA uniform. 
 
45
Arthur Strong and Alice Ashman's Wedding
Arthur Strong and Alice Ashman's Wedding
Arthur Ephraim Strong and Alice Harwood Ashman - 1896. 
 
46
Arthur Strong and Mae Earl
Arthur Strong and Mae Earl
 
 
47
Backward Glances at Walsh Family History
Backward Glances at Walsh Family History
Letter written August 6, 1956 by James Holden of Darwen, Lancashire, England to his Aunt Edith May Walsh 
 
48
Broken Headstone of William Hill Strong and his Wife Clara Ann Bishop.
Broken Headstone of William Hill Strong and his Wife Clara Ann Bishop.
Status: Located.  
 
49
Brush Valley church on site of Lutheran Church
Brush Valley church on site of Lutheran Church
Now called the Brush Valley church built on the site of the Lutheran church attended by the Strong family. South of the church is the Cememtery. 
 
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Byron and Ethel Strong
Byron and Ethel Strong
Status: Located. Located 40' E of 1150 E. and 30' S of 355 N. 
 

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