Silas Mosher Pack

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Silas Mosher Pack

Birthplace: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
Death: Died in Kamas, Summit, Utah
Place of Burial: Kamas, Summit, Utah
Immediate Family:

Son of John Pack, Sr and Ruth Pack
Husband of Sarah Amelia Pack
Father of Rufus Silas Pack; Sarah Amelia Lambert; Mary Cordelia Pack; Rufus Silas Pack; Mosher Franklin Pack and 8 others
Brother of Cathrine Devala Burbidge; Irving James Pack; Yoma Zenith Mitchell; Orson Parley Pack; John Ambrose Pack and 3 others
Half brother of Geneva Harriett Buckland; Kamelia Luella Buckland; Quince Rufus Pack; Walker Xenophon Pack; Annie Jane Pack and 30 others

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About Silas Mosher Pack

Biography: L.D.S Biographical Encyclopedia, pp. 231, 232:

Pack, Silas Mosher, Bishop of Kamas Ward, Summit county, Utah, was born Oct. 20,1849, in Salt Lake city, Utah, the son of John Pack (one of the original 143 pioneers of Ut. and Ruth Mosher. He was baptized in Aug. 1857, by Judson Tolman, at Bountiful, Davis County; ordained an Elder Jan. 5, 1874 in the Endowment House, SLC, and married the same day to Sarah Amelia Lambert, who crossed the Atlantic ocean in the ship that brought the first company of emigrating British Saints to America. Silas acted as a Ward teacher in Kamas from 1878 to 1888, labored as Sunday School super- intendent in the Kamas Ward Sunday school from 1879 to 1895, served as officer in the first Y.M.M.I.A. organization of that Ward; was ordained a president of the 22nd quorum of Seventy June 1, 1884, and acted in that capacity till May 19, 1901: acted as a home missionary in the Summit Stake from 1898 to 1901: was superintendent of Religion classes of Kamas Ward from 1898 to 1900; labored as Y.M.M.I.A. missionary in Morgan county, Ut. and Oneida county, ID. Ordained High Priest and set apart as a High Coun- celor in Summit Stake May 19, 1901 by Reed Smoot; filled Mission in Calif. 1907-1908. Bishop of Kamas Ward 1908. Occupation farmer, ranchman, black- smith, wheelwright, and house-builder. Served as Justice of Peace 3 terms. Fought in Black Hawk war. Filled many positions of Honor and Responsibility

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Silas Mosher Pack's Timeline

October 20, 1849
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
August 9, 1859
Age 9
January 5, 1874
Age 24
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
January 5, 1874
Age 24
January 5, 1874
Age 24
December 1, 1874
Age 25
Kamas, Summit, Utah
May 30, 1876
Age 26
Kamas, Summit, Utah
November 7, 1877
Age 28
Kamas, Summit, Utah
October 20, 1878
Age 29
Kamas, Summit, Utah
June 9, 1879
Age 29
Kamas, Summit, Utah