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George Washington Wilkins

Death: Died
Place of Burial: Spanish Fork, Utah, Utah, United States
Immediate Family:

Husband of Catherine Augusta Wilkins
Father of Lucy Marcusen

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About George Washington Wilkins

(son of Abraham and Mary Emmons Wilkins). Born October 28, 1822, Peterboro, New Hampshire. Came to Utah October 12, 1849.

   Married:	Catherine Augusta Lovett, July 4, 1846.
   Their children:
           Augusta born July 5, 1851, married John W. Snell;
           George A. born February 18, 1853, married Elizabeth Mayer;
           Charles born December 18, 1854, died;
           Alsina E. born May 7, 1856, married George H. Brimhall;
           Lucy A. born March 14, 1858, married Carl A. Marcusen;
           Joseph E. born October 23, 1860, married Arminta Wilson;
           Albert W. born May 11, 1863, married Mary E. Dudley.
   Family home Spanish Fork.
   Married:	Mary M. Myer September 17, 1886.
   There were four children of this marriage in family.

President high priest’s quorum; second counselor to Bishop John L. Butler; first counselor Bishop A. K. Thurber; patriarch; missionary to England 1871; president Bedford and Norwich conference; missionary New England states, 1876. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. Pioneer settler at Spanish Fork, Utah, 1855. Member city council, Spanish Fork. Second vice-president and Board of Directors Spanish Fork Co-op, two years. Sources:

   Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah photographs, page 196
   Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, page 1247
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George Washington Wilkins's Timeline

October 28, 1822
Age 35
March 9, 1916
Age 93
Spanish Fork, Utah, Utah, United States