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Surnames: ARCHIBALD, RUSSELL
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This year is the 150th anniversary of LDS Pioneer Elizabeth Russell Archibald's immigration to Utah.
Many people in Utah and Idaho are descended from Thomas and Elizabeth (Russell) Archibald. Thomas Archibald died in Scotland but Elizabeth Russell Archibald came to Wellsville with several of her children. Some went to Idaho and some went to Canada.
A family reunion for all descendants of Elizabeth Russell Archibald is being planned for Saturday, Sept 8, 2012 at the Wellsville, Utah bowery by cousin Brandon Sundeen. He is planning games for the younger children, sharing of family history info for the adults, followed by a memorial service at the Wellsville Cemetery. Food is POT LUCK. Bring your own lunch and all will share what they bring.
If you have any family heirlooms, photos, letters, etc.. pertaining to Elizabeth Russell Archibald or her immediate family, please bring them for viewing.
For more details contact Brandon Sundeen. Phone: 503-396-2178 OR email: brandonsundeen(a)gmail.com
Please help us get the word out. Pass this information on to all of your extended family so that they may attend if they are interested.
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