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Conrad Kleinman

Birthdate: (92)
Birthplace: Birkweiler, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
Death: November 12, 1907 (92)
St. George, Washington County, Utah, United States
Place of Burial: Toquerville, Washington County, Utah, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Andreas Konrad Kleinman and Ottilia Naegle
Husband of Elizabeth Kleinman; Mary Ann Kleinman and Anna Kleinman
Father of Elizabeth Mary Kleinman; Conrad Moroni Kleinman; John Martin Kleinman; John Conrad Benz Kleinman; Henry Benz Kleinman and 9 others
Brother of Anna Maria Kleinman
Half brother of John Conrad Naegle; James Zimmerman Naegle and George Heinrich Naegle

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About Conrad Kleinman

"...Kleinman, Conrad –One of the original Utah pioneers of 1847. (11th ten) Born April 19, 1815, in Bergweiler, Lauday, Bavaria, near the French border, to Konrad and Odelia Wissing Kleinman. He immigrated to America at age 16 and settled in Bush Co., Indiana. Here he heard the gospel and was baptized Aug. 26, 1844. He traveled to Nauvoo, arriving after the martyrdom. He built a cabin and brought his wife, Elizabeth Malholm. In his journal in old German script, he recorded the visit of Catholic Priest Father De Smet in Winter Quarters, who knew the West and told them of the Great Basin and the inland sea. He was among the first to reach Independence Rock in Wyoming. He recorded reaching the Continental Divide and other landmarks. After arriving in the Salt Lake Valley, he served as counselor to Bishop Pettigrew of the Tenth Ward. He moved to Lehi, Utah Co., Utah. In 1855-56, he filled a mission to New York (returning in the Abraham O. Smoot Company -1856), and was later called to settle in Dixie in southern Utah, where he resided in St. George and Toquerville, both in Washington Co. He then became one of the early settlers of Mesa, Maricopa Co., Ariz. He was counselor to two bishops in Mesa. He eventually moved back to St. George where he was ordained a patriarch in 1891. He died in St. George on Nov. 12, 1907, at age 92..."

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Conrad Kleinman's Timeline

April 19, 1815
Birkweiler, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
April 21, 1815
November 21, 1858
Age 43
Lehi, UT, USA
May 29, 1859
Age 44
Lehi, Utah, Utah, United States
May 25, 1860
Age 45
Lehi, UT, USA
December 8, 1860
Age 45
Toquerville, Washington, Utah, United States
September 22, 1862
Age 47