Nathan Tanner, Jr.

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About Nathan Tanner, Jr.

(son of Nathan Tanner and Rachel Winter Smith). Born October 27, 1845, near Montrose, Lee County, Iowa. Came to Utah 1848, Amasa M. Lyman company.

   Married:	Margaret G. Harrington March 21, 1868, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Harrington and Mary Greenwell of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1848). She was born January 4, 1848, Winter Quarters, Iowa.
   Their children:
           Nathan Amasa born January 14, 1870, married Ellen Hinchcliffe;
           Margaret Bently born January 19, 1873, died August 26, 1873;
           Rachel Emily born November 9, 1875, married William M. Thomas;
           Francis Marion born April 14, 1877, married Rhoda Wolfinger;
           William Joseph born February 28, 1879, married Inga K. Andreason;
           Thomas Harrington born April 27, 1881, died April 12, 1901;
           Benjamin Franklin born March 4, 1883, married Evelyn Jensen;
           Lyman Greenwell born August 27, 1888;
           Mary Ann born April 28, 1891;
           Clarence born December 26, 1892, died June 17, 1893.
   Families resided South Cottonwood and Ogden, Utah.
   Married:	Annie Pingree June 7, 1890, Paso del Norte, Old Mexico (daughter of Job Pingree and Esther Hooper), who was born April 18, 1865. Ogden, Utah.
   Their children:
           Earl Pingree born October 16, 1891;
           Lydia born October 1, 1893;
           Frank Byron born February 2, 1896.
   Married:	Jane Allen Hamilton June 12, 1898, Ogden, Utah (daughter of Henry Hamilton and Janet Johnston, pioneers 1856, handcart company). She was born January 25, 1876, Provo, Utah.

President of the 72d and later of the 76th quorum of seventies; missionary to southern states 1884. Member constitutional convention of the proposed, state of Utah 1882. Deputy probate clerk; Ogden city alderman; city attorney. Sources:

   Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah photographs, page 164
   Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, page 1199
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