Hole-in-the-Rock Landmarks and People

Hole-in-the-Rock Landmarks and People
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January 6, 2010

Pace, James Wilkerson and Hannah Caroline Sevy

Pace, James Wilkerson Birth: 25 Dec 1852 in Payson, Utah, Ut
Married Hannah C. Sevy 27 Feb 1871, Spanish Fork, Utah, Ut

Death: 25 Dec 1892 in Panguitch, Grfld., Ut. 
Father: James Edward PACE; Mother: Margaret Grinder CALHOON
James Wilkerson was an uncle to William Pace Goddard, (whose grandfather was James Edward Pace).  The Goddards were also on the trek.

Hannah Caroline Sevy was born 12 Nov 1855 Spanish Fork, Utah, Ut
Died 21 May 1929 Burley, Cassia, Id
Buried 24 May 1929 Burley, Cassia, Id
Her parents were also on the trek: George Washington Sevy and Phoebe Melinda Butler. 
Child on trek: Margaret Melinda --just a baby
Four older siblings had died of sickness, just a month before they left on the trek. Can you imagine the heartache they left with?
James Wilson Pace--almost 8 years old
Born: 27 Dec 1871 -- Died: 6 Aug 1879 Place: Panguitch, Garfield, Utah
George Wilford Pace--almost 6 years old
Born: 17 Dec 1873 --Died: 2 Aug 1879 Panguitch, Garfield, Utah
John William PACE --almost 4 yrs. old
Born: 2 Nov 1875 --Died: 3 Aug 1879, Panguitch, Garfield, Utah
Thomas Butler Pace-- almost 2 years
Born: 10 Nov 1877 --Died: 9 Sep 1879, Panguitch, Garfield, Utah
  (genealogy records: http://www.familysearch.org/)
Thanks to Lee Allen Goddard for providing this information

In all likelihood the Goddards, Sevys and Paces were traveling together because of their family connections.  They were also from Utah County, rather than Iron or Millard counties like most of the other pioneers.

 More Information needed~!

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