Alma Helaman Hale, Sr

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Alma Helaman Hale, Sr

Birthdate: (71)
Birthplace: Bradford,, Essex, Massachussetts, United States
Death: Died in Logan, Cache County, Utah, United States
Place of Burial: Smithfield, Cache County, Utah, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Jonathan Harriman Hale and Olive Boynton Hale
Husband of Sarah Elizabeth Hale; Ellen Victoria Hale and Sarah Ann Hale
Father of Albert Henry Hale; Aroet Clinton Hale and Ernest Frederick Hale
Brother of Jonathan Harriman Hale; Solomon Henry Hale, Sr; Aroet Lucius Hale; Rachel Johnson Savory Hoagland; Jonathan Eliphalet Hale and 2 others

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About Alma Helaman Hale, Sr

Records show Alma Heleman Hale came to Utah with the Heber C. Kimball Company in 1848 at age 12, and again with the Joseph Horne Company in 1862 at age 26.

Son of Jonathan Harriman Hale and Olive Boynton

Married Sarah Elizabeth Walker, 14 Apr 1856, Grantsville, Tooele, Utah

Married Sarah Annie Clark, 24 Dec 1861, Grantsville, Tooele, Utah

Married Ellen Victoria Clark, 19 Aug 1865, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p. 907

Came to Utah in 1848. Both parents died at Council Bluffs, Iowa. President of 31st quorum seventies, and later of 17th quorum; high priest; high Councilor in Benson stake; missionary to eastern states; assisted in organizing first Sunday school in Grantsville, of which he served as teacher; stake superintendent of Sunday schools. Settled at Grantsville 1854. Participated in Echo Canyon war 1857, and also did considerable service as guard during the "Move" in 1858. In 1862 went to the Missouri river in Capt. Horne's company to assist the poor immigrants; on the return trip acted as wagonmaster and commissary. Moved to Cache Valley where he served as superintendent of Tooele County Co-op. Grist Mill. Constable and city marshal. Commissioned by Governor Durkee as captain's adjutant in territorial militia. Moved to Smithfield in 1888. Died March 30, 1908, Logan, Utah.

Utah Death Certificate

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Alma Helaman Hale, Sr's Timeline

April 24, 1836
Essex, Massachussetts, United States
April 16, 1865
Age 28
Grantsville, Utah, United States
March 30, 1908
Age 71
Logan, Cache County, Utah, United States
Smithfield, Cache County, Utah, United States