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1101
Turtleback Farm
Turtleback Farm
Status: Located; Photo of Turtleback Farm at Marple Township 30 Nov 2004, the home of Thomas Pierson. Shortly after this photo was taken the owner (a developer) razed the historic site in order to build a modern home. Courtesy of Marple Township Historical Society 
 
1102
Turtleback Farm [26 Mar 2006]
Turtleback Farm [26 Mar 2006]
Status: Located; Photo of Turtleback Farm, the original homesite of Thomas Pierson at Marple Twp, Delaware Co, Pennsylvania. The stone home was razed in 2004 after a developer attempted to sell the badly-deteriorated home for the outlandish price of $800,000. A very sad ending for a 300+ year-old home. This photo is of the Marple Twp Historical Society's marker at the site. Taken by Chad G. Nichols 
 
1103
Turtleback Farm [26 Mar 2006]
Turtleback Farm [26 Mar 2006]
Status: Located; Photo of Turtleback Farm, the original homesite of Thomas Pierson. In the foreground is the original springhouse (the roof is not original). In the background was the original homesite until it was razed in 2004. Taken by Chad G. Nichols 
 
1104
Van Leer Home [26 Mar 2006]
Van Leer Home [26 Mar 2006]
Status: Located; Photo of the Captain Samuel Van Leer home, immediately across the street from St. David's Episcopal Church in Easttown Twp, Chester Co, Pennsylvania (the home is actually in Delaware Co). Taken by Chad G. Nichols 
 
1105
Vanleer Cabin [26 Mar 2006]
Vanleer Cabin [26 Mar 2006]
Status: Located; Photo of the Vanleer Cabin at Paoli, Pennsylvania. The cabin is located near the north end of the Conestoga High School between the parking lot and the gymnasium. Taken by Chad G. Nichols 
 
1106
Vickie Roberts Nichols, [photo, 1943]
Vickie Roberts Nichols, [photo, 1943]
Status: Located; Photo of Vickie Lynn ROBERTS Nichols, taken in 1963 (age 17). Original in possession of Vickie R. Nichols. Scanned by Chad G. Nichols. 
 
1107
Wanship LDS Church [30 Nov 2007]
Wanship LDS Church [30 Nov 2007]
Status: Located; Photo of Wanship LDS Church at Wanship, Utah. Photo by Gary L. Cobabe 
 
1108
Warwick [27 Mar 2006]
Warwick [27 Mar 2006]
Status: Located; Distant photo of Warwick, taken from Mansion Rd (near Redding Furnace) facing north. Warwick is in the distance, with the new St. Mary's Church white steeple visible. The south branch of the French Creek runs alongs the valley bottom. Taken by Chad G. Nichols 
 
1109
Wasatch Store at Winter Quarters [May 1900]
Wasatch Store at Winter Quarters [May 1900]
Status: Located; Photo of caskets in front of Wasatch Store at Winter Quarters, Utah after the Scofield Mine Disaster. Photo by George Edward Anderson (1860-1928). Original in possession and courtesy of BYU's George Edward Anderson Collection. Used by permission. Courtesy, L.Tom Perry Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602 
 
1110
Wasatch Store Ruins [1981]
Wasatch Store Ruins [1981]
Photo of the ruins of the Wasatch Store at Winterquarters, Utah, photographed in 1981. The Wilson and Pugh families resided here at the time of the Scofield Mine Disaster in 1900. Scanned by Lois W. McMahon 
 
1111
Wasatch Store [1900]
Wasatch Store [1900]
Photo of the Wasatch Store at Winterquarters, Utah, photographed in 1900. The Wilson and Pugh families resided here at the time of the Scofield Mine Disaster in 1900. Scanned by Lois W. McMahon 
 
1112
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1113
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
1114
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
1115
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
1116
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
1117
Wedding Photo [5 Apr 1963]
Wedding Photo [5 Apr 1963]
Status: Located; Photo taken at the marriage of Dennis Loraine Nichols & Vickie Lynn ROBERTS taken at the home of Edward Maurice Nichols; Pictured are their grandparents [L to R]: Verner Fredolf Kylen, Olivia Pearl STONE Kylen, Vickie Lynn ROBERTS Nichols, Catherine O'DONNELL Kump Hiatt, Dennis Loraine Nichols, and Leilia Ellen CAMPBELL Roberts 
 
1118
Wedding Portrait
Wedding Portrait
Wedding portrait of Nanny Engeborg KYLEN. Scanned by Steve Hinckley 
 
1119
Wedding Portrait [16 Apr 1965]
Wedding Portrait [16 Apr 1965]
Status: Located; Wedding portrait of Lynn Edwin McCord & Laurine KUMP's wedding; pictured are Grandma Greenghalgh, Dorel GREENGHALGH Kump, Laurine, Catherine O'DONNELL Kump Hiatt, and ? 
 
1120
Wedding Portrait [1972]
Wedding Portrait [1972]
Status: Located; Wedding portrait of Gary Glen Roberts & Kathy Illene OLSEN; Pictured [2nd Row] are Kathy's parents, Blain & Dorothy Olsen, Kathy, and Gary's parents, Lawanna KYLEN Roberts & Lorenzo Glen Roberts 
 
1121
Wells Home [31 May 2004]
Wells Home [31 May 2004]
Status: Located; Home of Elizabeth O'DONNELL Larsen in Wells, Nevada, taken 31 May 2004 by Chad G. Nichols 
 
1122
West Branch Brandywine Creek [27 Mar 2006]
West Branch Brandywine Creek [27 Mar 2006]
Status: Located; Photo of the west branch of Brandywine Creek running along Hibernia Furnace. The original furnace stood along this creekbed. Taken by Chad G. Nichols 
 
1123
West Fork Big Blue River [10 Aug 2002]
West Fork Big Blue River [10 Aug 2002]
Status: Located; Image taken 10 Aug 2002 of the "West Fork Big Blue River" just a couple miles south of the Nebraska City Cut Off Trail. Image is facing east. Sarah GREEN Holyoak died "near the Big Blue River" in Hamilton County 
 
1124
West Manchester Twp [~2000]
West Manchester Twp [~2000]
Status: Located; View of West Manchester, York, Pennsylvania from atop the Yorktowne Hotel, circa 2000 
 
1125
Western Union Telegraph
Western Union Telegraph
Status: Located; Photo of Western Union Telegraph at Elko, Nevada found in Catherine O'DONNELL Kump Hiatt's album; It is unknown what the significance of this building was to Catherine 
 
1126
White Pine Co Courthouse [29 May 2004]
White Pine Co Courthouse [29 May 2004]
Status: Located; White Pine County Courthouse, Nevada: Completed in 1909 at a cost of $80,000. It was within this building where Jacob Kump, Catherine O'DONNELL, George Loren O'Donnell, & Beulah WHIPPLE obtained their marriage licenses 
 
1127
Wild West Show [1890]
Wild West Show [1890]
Photo of the Wild West Show, 1890. Courtesy of Royale Photographie, Vuillemenot Montabone 188 Via Nazionale - Roma (Italia) 
 
1128
William Moses Callaway & Delia Marie Kylen Callaway [photo]
William Moses Callaway & Delia Marie Kylen Callaway [photo]
Status: Located; Portrait of William Moses Callaway and Delia Marie KYLEN Callaway in possession of Mary B. Kylen 
 
1129
Winter Quarters [circa 1900]
Winter Quarters [circa 1900]
Status: Located; Photo of Winter Quarters, circa 1900. The Miller, Pugh, and Wilson resided in this town at the time of the Scofield Mine Disaster in May 1900. Photo by George Edward Anderson (1860-1928). Original in possession and courtesy of BYU's George Edward Anderson Collection. Used by permission. Courtesy, L.Tom Perry Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602 
 
1130
Wisconsin [1870-1893]
Wisconsin [1870-1893]
Status: Located; Photo of the Wisconsin, the ship that carried various family members to the United States in the 1800s: Jacob Nilsson Broman, from Liverpool to New York City in 1880; and Sophia Nichols from Liverpool to New York City in 1885. The Wisconsin was a 3,238 gross ton ship, built by Palmer Bros & Co, Jarrow-on-Tyne in 1870 for the Guion Line of Liverpool. She was 366 feet (length) x 43.2 feet (beam), straight stem, one funnel, two masts (rigged for sail), iron construction, single screw and a speed of 11 knots. There was passenger accommodation for 76 first, 100 intermediate, and 800 third class. She launched 19 Mar 1870. Her maiden voyage was 6 Jul 1870 from Liverpool to Queenstown (Cobh) and New York. She was rebuilt to 3,700 tons about 1874 and sailed on her last voyage 22 Oct 1892 between Liverpool, Queenstown, and New York. She was scrapped the following year [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2,p.709]. The Wisconsin made 33 voyages with Mormon passengers. Photo scanned by Chad G. Nichols 
 
1131
WWII Image
WWII Image
Status: Located; World War II Image by Edward Maurice Nichols. Caption reads "Netherland East Ind." Original photo in possession of and scanned by Chad G. Nichols. Used by permission. All rights reserved. 
 
1132
WWII Image
WWII Image
Status: Located; World War II image of Edward Maurice Nichols, no caption. Photo was taken in the Pacific Theatre. Original in possession of and scanned by Chad G. Nichols. Used by permission. All rights reserved. 
 
1133
WWII Image
WWII Image
Status: Located; World War II image by Edward Maurice Nichols. Caption reads "AC Leavitt CaptMC." Original in possession of and scanned by Chad G. Nichols. Used by permission. All rights reserved. 
 
1134
WWII Photo
WWII Photo
Status: Located; Photo of William Dow O'Donnell - WWII 
 
1135
WWII Photo [circa 1945]
WWII Photo [circa 1945]
Status: Located; WWII Image by Edward Maurice Nichols, caption: "Sad Sack. Edward N. World War II" 
 
1136
WWII Portrait
WWII Portrait
Status: Located; Portrait of William Dow O'Donnell - WWII 
 
1137
WWII Portrait [1942]
WWII Portrait [1942]
Status: Located; WWII portrait of Glen Willis Kump after joining the Navy at San Diego, 1942. The picture was taken during boot camp or immediately after while awaiting assignment to the USS Nevada 
 
1138
Wyoming [1870-1893]
Wyoming [1870-1893]
Status: Located; Photo of the Wyoming that carried various family members to the United States. Sophia RICHARDSON Nichols and her son, Mark Sylvester Nichols, from Liverpool to New York City in 1886. She was built in 1870 by Palmer Bros & Co, Jarrow-on-Tyne for the Guion Line. She was a 3,238 gross ton ship, 366.2 feet (length) x 43.2 feet (beam), straight stem, one funnel, two masts (rigged for sail), iron construction, single screw and a speed of 11 knots. There was accommodation for 76 first, 100 intermediate, and 800 third class passengers. She sailed from Liverpool on her maiden voyage to Queenstown and New York on 25 Nov 1870. In 1874 or earlier she was rebuilt to 3,729 tons and on 19 Nov 1893 commenced her last Liverpool - New York crossing. She was scrapped in 1893 [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2,p.709]. The Wyoming made 38 voyages with Mormon passengers; Photo scanned by Chad G. Nichols. 
 
1139
Zachariah Kump Photo
Zachariah Kump Photo
Status: Located; Photo of Zachariah Kump, Sr, original in possession of Dorel G. Kump. Scanned by Chad G. Nichols. 
 

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