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51 John Walsh Letter
Lettter from John Walsh to his mother, Alice, while serving a mission for the LDS church in England in 1924. 
 
52 Joseph Bonaparte Alvord History
Submitted by Delia Alvord Cazier 
 
53 Last Will and Testament of James Strong, Jr.
 
 
54 Last Will and Testament of James Strong, Sr.
1 March 1804 in New York County, Pennsylvania 
 
55 Margaret Strong Stories
Sister of Jacob Strong
(1809-1889)
As told by Frances Strong Helman
 
 
56 Martha Bromley Alvord Strong
2 page history 
 
57 Mary Newton Strong
History written by Irvin G Strong 
 
58 Mary Newton Strong -Newspaper article at her death
Early Resident of Tenth Ward Dies at Kaysville Home 
 
59 Michael and Hannah May Reed Strong Stories
(Brother and Sister-in-law of Jacob Strong)
As told by Frances Strong Helman
 
 
60
Newspaper Report on the Funeral Services of Alice Walsh Strong
Newspaper Report on the Funeral Services of Alice Walsh Strong
Monday Evening Ogden Standard-­?Examiner dated August 11, 1924. 
 
61 Pioneer Ancestors
Our Strong Pioneer Ancestors who traveled across the plains and which companies they traveled with. 
 
62 Record of the Strong Family 1917 Reunion
Addresses by W H Strong, John Walsh; Alvin C. Strong and Joseph Keddington. 
 
63
Rescuing the Past
Rescuing the Past
A tribute to Frances Strong Helman 
 
64 Sarah Elizabeth Mower Alvord by Wilma Smith
Sarah Elizabeth Mower Alvord is the daughter of Susan Strong Mower, who was the daughter of Jacob Strong and Sarah Hill. 
 
65 Sarah Hill Strong
History of Sarah Hill Strong, Pioneer of 1849
By Blanche Strong Hoglund 
 
66 Sarah Hill Strong - Resolutions of Respect
By the Tenth Ward Relief Society at her death 
 
67 Sarah Strong Wilson - Timeline
Timeline for Sarah Strong Wilson 
 
68 Sarah Strong Wilson Frankin
A history of Sarah Strong Wilson Frankin, first child of Jacob Strong and Sarah Hill Strong. Compiled by Florie S. Fullmer and E. June Carroll. 
 
69 Sarah Walsh Swift - A Handcart Pioneer of 1856
Prepared by her daughter, Alice Swift Condie. 11 Pages 
 
70 Sarah Walsh Swift newspaper article
Utah Pioneer 91, dies in LA Hospital 
 
71 Strongstown Cemetery
A history of the Strongstown Cemetery in Indiana County, Pa. beginning in 1803, the year it was formed. 
 
72 Susan Strong Mower
A history of Susan Mower submitted by Jerry Mower, Jr. -- Susan was a child of Jacob and Sarah Hill Strong. Taken from the website: http://www.mowerfamily.org  
 
73 Susan Strong Mower History
Information collected by Anne Mower, a great, great granddaughter 
 
74 Susan Strong Mower History
Written in 1980 by Marilyn Mower Froerer 
 
75 The Miracle of the Book
The miracle of the book The Descendants of Jacob Strong began with the passing of Harriet Strong Speirs. Harriet had for years been doing research on the ancestry of Jacob Strong. She had accumulated a vast amount of information dealing with many connected family lines. This is the story of how the book came into being. 
 
76 Why Jacob Went West
Taken from a play called "Why Jacob Went West," written by Marty and Wayne Strong. 
 
77 William Hill Strong and Clara Ann Bishop Biography
1927-1934, Son of William and Harriet Neeley Strong
By Harriet Strong Speirs 
 
78 William Jacob Strong
Biography as told by his son, Vernon Strong. William Jacob Strong was the son of Jacob Strong and Alice Fish Walsh Strong. He was born August 13, 1863 in Salt Lake City and died on October 6, 1903. 
 
79 William Strong - by Harriet Spiers
William Strong was the 3rd child and oldest son of Jacob and Sarah (Hill) Strong. He joined the Mormon Battalion in place of his father. 
 
80 William Strong History
3rd son of Jacob and Sarah Strong.  
 
81 William Walsh History
Submitted by Edith Walsh 
 

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