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Alexander, Sarah, actress & dancer   40
ambush of LeSuer brothers Frank and James, and Gus Gibbons by outlaws   140
Anderson, Charles P.,  pharmacist, Bishop   75
Aztec Land and Cattle Company   50

Ballantyne, Mary (Farr)   62
Maude Barrett Green Spot   102
Barth, Solomon - early St. Johns   48
Birch, Elizabeth Ann (Potter) (Brown)   21
Bjorkmans, loaned corral to milk cow   60
Brown, Elizabeth Rosella   45
Burt, Ollie dear friend   42
burned his money   48

Cannon, George Q,   Faith Promoting Series   41

Chapman, Elizabeth Amelia (Lizzie)
  born   22
  irritated stepmother, sent from home   60
  worked as live-in helper in other people's homes   61, 62
  gave Mary Ann many nice things and clothes to make over for children   86
  husband left her by letter while she was traveling   104

Chapman, Harriet Zelnora Marsden (McDonald)   22
  married Welcome Chapman   21
  daughter Agnes   22, 60
  seamstress, dressmaker, milliner   33, 34
  house on Main Street with shop   59
  hooked by cow and died   60

Chapman, Hyrum
  married to Rhoda   23
  children: Susie (Luella's mom) Hyrum, Welcome   23
  children: Eugene, Zera, Minnie, Archie   25
  shared a house & farm with brother Welcome   21
  cut stone for S.L. Temple   44
  moved to Bluewater, NM   53

Chapman, Joseph Smith   45
  wife Jane   45
  daughter Josephine  45

Chapman, Mary Ann (Richey)   21
Childhood in Utah
  airship   27
  bugs, bird eggs, dog, cat  26, 27, 34, 35
  mother dies   22
  locked in alone   22
  Patriarchal Blessing   23
  stepsister Agnes   22
  Wanship   25
  quicksand   25
  July 4th Snyderville   25, 26
  toothaches   26
  sheep shearing   26
  sings   27
  toys, toys left behind   28
  playing with the Taylor children   31, 33
  Kaysville, house with garden   34
  playing with Sheppard and Blood children   34
  supplies from tithing office   35
  quarry camp   36
  Primary sewed carpet rags with Sis. Grant   36
  seeing church leaders in S.L.C.   36, 37
  attended at Brigham Young's school house   38
  opera and theater   38
  big dolls   47
  Christmas 1883   pg 47
  autograph book from father   47

Move to Arizona 1884
  traveling - 6 weeks   52, 53
  seasick in wagon until hair is cut   53
  Lee's Ferry   54
  Lee's backbone   56
  crossed Sevier River   54

First years in St.Johns
  stepmother dies   60
  house on Main Street   59
  blasting the well   61, 62
  left home with Lizzie   62
  worked as live-in helper in other people's homes   61, 62
  friends in St. Johns
    Mary Ballantyne   63
    Mary Ellen Freeman   63
    Annie Freemam   63
    Mattie Romney   63
    Signe Bjorkman   63
    Amelia and Amanda Kemp   63
    Minnie Tenney   63
    Ammon Tenny Jr.   63

Early Married Years
  well acquainted with Moroni Richey   66
  became engaged   66
  a summer in Richville   67
  Honeymoon Trail to St. George   67, 68
  living in Richville   70, 71, 72,
  sometimes harnessed and drove team of fine high-strung horses when alone   73
  Lucinda born 1889   73
  cooked for thrashers   74, 107
  at sawmill in 1890 was moved near Fort Wingate   74
  James Welcome born 1891   74
  Elinor Ruth born 1892, very ill, dies 1893   74, 75

Rearing a Large Family
  Forest born 1893   78
  making do and doing without   79
  drought and flood   80
  Hugh born 1896   81
  John Montgomery born 1897 82, died   84
  Mary Ann very ill, saw heavenly light   82, 83
  cared for Elinor Patterson's baby Johnny   85
  worked in ward and stake Primary   84
  training the children   86
  Bessie born 1900   86

  her father Welcome Jr. died 1900   86
  Lizzie visited, sent cloth for baby things   89
  tired of hauling water, moved back across the river  90
  Moroni gone freighting   91
  sewing clothing and knitting stockings   91
  Leigh and Josephine born 1902   91, 92
  Bessie broke arm   95
  Vivian born 1905   95
  Lizzie visited   95
  big family, though poor, children stronger & help   98
  Jay born 1908   98
  prayed to live to raise her children   99
  childhood diseases   100
  another terrible illness   101
  summer at the Green Spot   102
  Daisy born 1915   109
  older children went out to work for others   113

Forest Goes to War
  Forest drafted, Hugh is not, WW I - 1917   115
  Forest comes home 1919   118
  Lou, Hugh and Bessie married while Forest was gone   119, 121, 122, 123
  Forest, Josephine married same day 1920   123
  Wayne, Dean, Wanda, Norma, Opal born   125

Moroni's Declining Years
  moved into town, farming too hard for Moroni and Jay   127
  Moroni cut wood, she canned 600 quarts of fruit   127
  worked for Udalls   127
  Vivian did marcelling, worked for Anderson's stores   127
  Jay freighted to help, truck burned   127
  Laddie born   128
  Leigh & Luella married 1923   128
  Forest, Lou, Leigh trip to St.George temple also parents did temple work   129
  train trip to S.L.C. for Conference (Primary)   129
  Lizzie got false teeth for her   129
  Moroni to hot springs for 5 weeks   129
  healed from appendicitis by power of the Priesthood   130
  trip to Mesa Temple dedication 1927   130
  Jay stayed to help with his father   132
  Moroni helpless for about 6 years  132
  Moroni died 1930 about 9 months after he fell  132

Moving on
  back to Richville for a year with Jay and Daisy   133
  saw spirits of Indians in her house   134
  everyone loved Richville   135
  Jay and Mable married 1931   135
  Vivian and Clarence married 1934   135
  new house finished   136
  Bonnie, Alvin, Dolpha, Leonard born   137
  Daisy and Ivan married 1937   139

Chapman, Welcome Jr.
  married Mary Adaline Potter   21
  children: Mary Ann, Lizzie   22
  married Harriet Zelnora Marsden   22
   Welcome John born & died 1877   22
  house on Main Street with shop   59
  Zelnora hooked by cow and died   60
  married Harriet Ann Davis   62
  children: John 1895, Welcome, Ida, Sylvia 1891-1901, Ray Davis 1894-1895,
  and Orson Davis 1900 (buried in casket with father)   378, 379
  shared a house & farm with brother Hyrum   21
  loved flowers, nature   22
  worked on railroad   34
  cut stone for S.L. Temple   35
  story of him weeping, my mother Daisy said it was because (as a supervisor) he had to dock
    the men's pay for the broken stone
  44
  worked at many things   376
  died   86, 378

Chapman, Welcome Sr
  dug roots to eat, cowslips   27
  president of Manti Stake   43
  cut stone for all temples   43
  wife Susan Amelia Risley   21
     -cared for Mary Ann & Lizzie   22
     -took nature walks   25
     -told stories   25
     -sang songs  
  wife Catherine Ann Stainer, took in Lizzie as a baby   22
  wife Ann Mackey, took in Mary Ann as a toddler   22

Chief Walker   43
Christensen, Marinus, blacksmith   96
Coleman, Prime, injured in shootout, nursed by Sherwoods   102

Davis, Harriet Ann
  begged forgiveness of Mary Ann and Lizzie   62
  children: John 1895, Welcome, Ida, Sylvia 1891-1901, Ray Davis 1894-1895,
  and Orson Davis 1900 (buried in casket with father)   378, 379
  lived close to Mary Ann   94
  moved to Idaho   94
  daughter Sylvia died   95
Dunbar, William C.   39
Dunford, Leah   37, 38

Farr cousins - mostly in the diary pages, not indexed
- Farr, Anthony
- Farr, Dolpha  
- Farr, Erin  
- Farr, Mary Jo  
- Farr, Norma  
- Farr, Ronald  
- Farr, Yvonna (Bonnie)  
Farr, Golden  married Josephine Richey   123
Farr, Willard adopted Lizzie Chapman   63

Garfield, James A., people mourned   35
Gibbons, Nancy   84
Grant, Heber J. - story, sons died   33
Green Spot, near mountain, Maude Barrett   102
Goddard, George, rag mission   41, 42
Gurule, Asiano, loaned home to Mormons   49

Harris, John Smith   59
Hashknife Outfit   50
Historical Pages
    1872   pg 24
    1880   pg 32
    1884   pg 51
    1888   pg 69
    1900   pg 87
    1910   pg 102
    1912   pg 108
    1918   pg 120
    1920   pg 124

Indians
  4th July at Snyderville   25
  requested settlers in Manti   43
  settlers fed Indians   43
  Chief Walker   43
  Navajos at river crossing in AZ   58
  Zuni people brought peaches & grapes to St. Johns   58
  Ammon M. Tenney, escaped from Indians   64

Jarvis, Heber   89

Lee's Ferry   54
Lee's backbone   56
LeSueur, Frank story, sealed to Jennie Kempe (both were dead)   140, 141
LeSueur, James W. prayed about dead brother Frank   140
LeSuer brothers Frank and James, and Gus Gibbons ambushed by outlaws   140
Licorice   33
Little Colorado settlements plus map   55, 56
Little Cottonwood (Murray)   22, 23, 25
Little, Feramorz   31
Little Giant Sawmill
  Richeys, Pattersons and Sherwoods   59,
  Richeys and John Sherwood turned to farming 1884   72
  sawmill moved to Wingate Mountain NM 1890   74

Lord, Hyrum   47
  wife Elizabeth Rozella Brown  47
  children:Dan and Ada   47

Lewis cousins - mostly in the diary pages, not indexed
- Lewis, David
- Lewis, Dwyn
- Lewis, Ian
- Lewis, Sharon
- Lewis, Tani
Lewis, Ivan  married Daisy Richey   139

Mackey, Ann, took in Mary Ann as a toddler   22
Mangum, Lucinda   59, 78, 88, 94
Matthews, Mary Jane married Joseph Chapman   45

Marsden, Harriet Zelnora (McDonald) (Chapman)
  daughter Agnes   22, 60
  married Welcome Chapman   21
  seamstress, dressmaker, milliner   33, 34
  house on Main Street with shop   59
  hooked by cow and died   60

map of Little Colorado settlements   55
McDonald, Agnes Kilpatrick (Nott)   22, 60, 61
McDonald family   28, 29, 39

McDonald, Harriet Zelnora Marsden (Chapman)   22
  daughter Agnes   22, 60
  married Welcome Chapman   21
  seamstress, dressmaker, milliner   33, 34
  house on Main Street with shop   59
  hooked by cow and died   60

Merrill, Alice
  Mary Ann's Sunday School teacher   42
  wrote bill creating Utah Art Collection   42
  her grandmother Bathsheba Smith   42

Moody and Sankey, wanted people to be good   39

Neilsens, in Richville   72, 73
Neilsen, Mae married Moroni Forest Richey   123
Neilsen, Nellie married Hugh Richey   122

outlaw ambush of LeSuer brothers Frank and James, and Gus Gibbons   140

Parley's Park   22, 23
Patterson, Joseph B.   60
Patterson, John T.   60
Pipe Springs 67
Platt, Alice   59
Platt, Will, doctor   59, 83, 84

Potter, Arnold   21
Potter, Mary Adaline
  married Welcome Chapman Jr.   21
  died   22
  gravestone   45

rags for paper   42

Rencher cousins - mostly in the diary pages, not indexed
- Rencher, Alvin
- Rencher, Grant
- Rencher, LaVeta
- Rencher, Leonard
Rencher, Clarence married Vivian Richey   135
Rencher, Willian D. father of Clarence

Richey, Charlotte
  in Richville   59
  next door in St. Johns   81
  son went swimming too early   81
  husband died   81

Richey, Daisy b 24 Jan 1915, m Ivan Merriman Lewis
  Part 2:  Chapters 1-9   99, 101, 109, 110, 114, 116, 128, 129, 130, 132, 133, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 152,
  153, 154, 155, 157, 159
  children: Dwyn, Ian, Tani, Sharon, David

Richey, Emily   60

Richey, Emily Elizabeth b 26 Jun 1900, m Biness Harvey Stradling
  Part 2:  Chapters 1-9   86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 95, 96, 101, 109, 110, 113, 119, 121, 122, 123, 125, 129, 136, 139,
  141, 148, 149
  children: Wayne, Wanda, Alden, LaRee, Karene, Arlene, Kathrine

Richey, Elinor   60

Richey, Hugh b 2 Apr 1896, m Nellie Magnolia Nielsen
  Part 2:  Chapters 1-9   81, 90, 95, 97, 98, 100, 101, 102, 104, 109, 110, 111, 113, 115, 119, 121, 122, 123, 125,
  127, 129, 130, 132, 136, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 154, 155, 157
  children: Dean, Philip, Sharell, Milford, Dale, Maleen, LaVina

Richey, James
  counselor to Welcome Chapman Sr.   43
  Justice of the Peace 59

Richey cousins - mostly in the diary pages, not indexed

- Richey, Arland
- Richey, Dale  
- Richey, Dean  
- Richey, Elsie  
- Richey, Floyd  
- Richey, Forest  
- Richey, Laddie  
- Richey, LaVina  
- Richey, Lorna  
- Richey, Mayleen  
- Richey, Milford  
- Richey, Philip  
- Richey, Ramona  
- Richey, Ray  
- Richey, Robin  
- Richey, Rodney  
- Richey, Scharolotte  
- Richey, Sherell  
- Richey, Ted  
- Richey, Thaddeus  
- Richey, Velda  

Richey, James Moroni
  presiding elder at Richville 1886-93  
  homesteaded in Walnut Grove (Richville)   70, 73
  part owner of thresher   76, 107
  hauled freight   91
  worked at sawmill   94
  drove team of fine high-strung horses   73
  loved to talk the gospel, history, world events   88, 89, 96, 111
  overcame tobacco habit   97
  farmed at Green Spot for shares   102
  precinct officer in Richville   113

Richey, Josephine b 18 Jul 1902, m Golden Farr, John McCleve Crandell
  Part 2:  Chapters 1-9   91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 101, 109, 113, 116, 123, 125, 128, 130, 133, 135, 143, 139, 141, 151,
  153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159
  children: Norma, Yvonna, Ronald, Mary Jo, Dolpha, Erin, Anthony

Richey, Leigh Montrose b 18 Jul 1902, m Rhoda Luella Knudsen
  Part 2:  Chapters 1-9   91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 100, 109, 114, 116, 122, 127, 128, 129, 132, 140, 144, 150, 151, 153,
 155, 158,  
  children: Thaddeus, Ramona, Rodney, Elsie, Robin

Richey, Leslie Jay 8 May 1908, m Mable James
  Part 2:  Chapters 1-9   98, 100, 105, 109, 116, 127, 128, 129, 130, 132, 133, 135, 136, 139, 141, 143, 150, 151,
  153, 156, 157, 158
  children: Forest, Scharlotte, Ted, Floyd, Autumn, Ray

Richey, Mary Lucinda b 11 Sept 1889, m James LeRoy Stradling
  Part 2:  Chapters 1-9   73, 74, 88, 89, 92, 98, 100, 104, 109, 110, 113, 119, 121, 123, 125, 129, 135, 139, 143,
  148, 152, 153, 154, 155, 157, 158
  children: Opal, Frank, Doris, Nadine, Earl

Richey, Moroni Forest b 22 Nov 1893, m Mary Eliza (Mae) Nielsen
  Part 2:  Chapters 1-9   78, 85, 90, 95, 97, 98, 102, 104, 109, 110, 111, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 122,
  123, 125, 127, 128, 129, 130, 141, 142, 143, 144
  children: Laddie, Arland, Lorna, Velda

Richey, Vivian 29 Jun 1905, m Clarence Rencher
  Part 2:  Chapters 1-9   94, 95, 100, 109, 114, 127, 129, 130, 132, 133, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 148, 152,
  153, 154, 155, 157
  children: Alvin, Leonard, LaVeta, Stephen, Grant

Richey, Ruth   59

Richville
  description   70, 71
  first years   72, 73
  Ben & Alice Richey   70
  Moroni & Mary Ann Richey   67, 70-77
  Ruth & John Sherwood   72, 75
  Charlotte & Will Sherwood   75
  Sue & Arthur Tenney and Nielsens   73, 77
  helpful neighbors   76
  droughts and floods   77, 80
  church meetings   77, 93, 109, 122
  making do   79
  Stell & Tom Irwin   93
  moved flower garden to have swing   97
  added two rooms and barn   98
  school   105
  boys older, more help on farm   105
  Moroni's people came to visit often   105, 112
  boys and girls came home singing   105, 113
  young folks got together often, games, bonefires   105, 111, 112, 113, 119
  quarrelsome Mexicans   106, 107
  nice Mexicans, Vegils, little boy at Christmas   107
  Moroni, Ben and John threshed for many farms   107
  Honeymoon Cottage   122

Risley, Susan Amelia   21
  cared for Mary Ann & Lizzie   22
  took nature walks   25
  told stories   25
  sang songs   43
  broke her hip   43

sawmill (Little Giant)
  Richeys, Pattersons and Sherwoods   59,
  Richeys and John Sherwood turned to farming 1884   72
  moved it to Wingate Mountain NM 1890   74
sheep shearing   26
Sherwood, Dan & Sophronia   109, 116
Sherwood, John F.   59
Sherwood, Maude Ruth   102
Sherwood, Willam   59
silkworms   34
Silver Creek   23, etc.
smelter   22
Smith, Bathsheba   42
Smith, George A.   42
Smith, Jesse N.   52
Snow, Erastus (Apostle) 49
Snyderville   25, 26
Spencer, Georgia taught girls painting   42
Stainer, Catherine Ann (Chapman), took in Lizzie as a baby   22

St. Johns, AZ
  St.Johns Ring   49
  first called Salem, near San Juan   49
  early conditions   48, 49
  war   51
  miraculous end of war   52
  bull ring   50
  gunfight   50

streetcars in S.L.C.   30
Stephens, Evan   40

Stradling, Biness married Emily Elizabeth Richey   119, 121, 122, 123
Stradling, LeRoy married Mary Lucinda Richey   119, 121, 122,

Stradling cousins - mostly in the diary pages, not indexed
- Stradling, Alden
- Stradling, Arlene
- Stradling, Doris
- Stradling, Earl
- Stradling, Frank
- Stradling, Karene
- Stradling, Katherine
- Stradling, LaRee
- Stradling, Nadine
- Stradling, Opal
- Stradling, Wanda
- Stradling, Wayne
swimming too early,Charlotte's son   81

teeth, toothache   26
temple stones   44, 45
Tenney, Nathan, peacemaker, killed in St.Johns AZ   47
Tenney, Ammon M.
  bought St.Johns land from Sol Barth   49
  escape from Indians   64
Tenney, Arthur married Susannah Richey   60
Thirteenth Ward in S.L.C     28, 29, 30, 31
threshing machine, owned by Ben, Moroni and John Sherwood   76, 107

Udall, David K., bishop of St. Johns   49

Walnut Grove
  description   70, 71
  first years   72, 73
  Richeys, Sherwoods, Nielsens   72, 73
  name changed to Richville 85?
Walker, Chief   43
water bugs   26, 34
Wells, Daniel H., married Welcome Chapman Jr. and Mary Adaline Potter   21
Woodruff, Wilford   48
Young, Brigham, called George Goddard to rag mission   41
Young, Brigham Jr.   52
Young, Lorenzo Dow, cowslip story   27, 28



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