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Birthplace: Mendon, Monroe, New York, USA
Death: Died in USA
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About William Henry Kimball

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"...William H. Kimball was a missionary to England 1854-1857. Deputy U.S. marshal three years; sergeant-at-arms in legislature two terms; brigadier-general of Utah militia. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah, and went to meet the Edward Martin "frozen" handcart company. Received reward for discovering the first coal mine within 40 miles of Salt Lake City, known as "Sprague" mine. Postmaster at Parley's Park. Captain of minutemen in early Indian troubles. Proprietor of Kimball hotel; drove mail and stage line between Salt Lake and Park City between 1870-1885. Second settler in Parley's Park. Died at Coalville, Utah on December 30, 1907...."

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William Kimball's Timeline

1826
April 10, 1826
USA
1844
January 11, 1844
Age 17
Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA
1846
January 11, 1846
Age 19
January 11, 1846
Age 19
January 11, 1846
Age 19
January 11, 1846
Age 19
1847
February 26, 1847
Age 20
Florence, Ne
1851
December 24, 1851
Age 25
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut
1852
October 6, 1852
Age 26
Salt Lake City, S-Lk, Ut
1854
October 14, 1854
Age 28
Salt Lake City, S-Lk, Ut