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Mormon Pioneer - George Mason Tiffany

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Edited: 1080682409000
Surnames: Tiffany
George Mason Tiffany-1GH6-DF is the 2nd great grand uncle of Angie Sullivan. Their common ancestors are George Tiffany-1PSP-CQ and Almira Whipple-1PSP-DW.
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Surname: tiffany
First:
Emigration Year: Any

Tiffany, George, 1850, NA, NA, 1850 Iowa Census Pottawattamie Co Kanesville Pct p.16 US/CAN Microfilm 442963
Tiffany, George, 1850, NA, NA, 1850 Iowa Census Pottawattamie Co Kanesville Pct p.20 US/CAN Microfilm 442963
Tiffany, George Mason, 1852, 2, NA, Treasures of Pioneer History, Vol. 1, Page 142
Tiffany, Sally, 1848, 58, NA, Roster found in Heart Throbs of the West, Volume 9, Pages 469-521
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Tiffany, George (Male)
Birth: Tiffany, George (Male) Date: May 4, 1807 Place: Delhi, Delaware, NY, USA Alternate Date: May 14, 1808 Alternate Date: May 14, 1807
Parents: Tiffany, George (Male) Father: Tiffany, George Mother: Mason, Mary
Death: Tiffany, George (Male) Date: June 21, 1885 Place: Provo, Utah, UT, USA
Marriage Information: Tiffany, George (Male) Spouse: Whipple, Almira Date: 1829 Place: New York, USA
Children: Tiffany, George (Male)
Name: Birthdate: Place:
1. Tiffany, Cynthia February 2, 1830 Newfield, Tompkins, NY, USA
2. Tiffany, Zenos July 31, 1831 Newfield, Tompkins, NY, USA
3. Tiffany, Ira Patchen February 14, 1835 Eaton, Preble, OH, USA
4. Tiffany, Loyal Peck July 27, 1837 Litchfield, Medina, OH, USA
5. Tiffany, Mary December 1844 Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA
6. Tiffany, Almira Rebecca August 18, 1847 Garden Grove, Decatur, IA, USA
7. Tiffany, George Mason January 31, 1850 Springville, Linn, IA, USA
8. Tiffany, Nelson Whipple August 6, 1852 Fort Laramie, Laramie, WY, USA
Church Ordinance Data: Tiffany, George (Male) Ordained Elder
Temple Ordinance Data: Tiffany, George (Male) Baptism Date: May 8, 1969 Temple: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
Endowment Date: February 1846
Sealed to Spouse Date: October 31, 1872
Sealed to Parents Date: October 24, 1972 Temple: Provo, Utah, UT, USA
Sealed to Parents Date: August 25, 1981 Temple: Washington, D.C., USA
Places of Residence: Tiffany, George (Male) Provo, Utah, UT, USA; 1860, 1870
Vocations: Tiffany, George (Male) Laborer; 1860, 1870
Comments: Tiffany, George (Male)In 1860 George had a household of seven, with a real wealth of $350 and a personal wealth of $400.
In 1870 he had a household of six, with a real wealth of $300 and a personal wealth of $300.
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George Mason TIFFANY (AFN: 1GH6-DF) Pedigree
Sex: M Family
Event(s):
Birth: 31 Jan 1850
Springville, Pottawattamie, Ia
Christening: 8 Feb 1850
Springville, Pttwtt, Ia
Death: 14 Mar 1909
Provo, Utah, Ut
Burial: 17 Mar 1909
Provo Cemetery, Provo, Utah, Ut
Parents:
Father: George TIFFANY (AFN: 1PSP-CQ) Family
Mother: Almira WHIPPLE (AFN: 1PSP-DW)
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Sarah Jane YORK (AFN: 1GH6-FL) Family
Marriage: 10 Nov 1873
Endowment House, Salt Lake City, Utah, Utah
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Husband's Name
George TIFFANY (AFN:1PSP-CQ) Pedigree
Born: 14 May 1807 Place: Delhi, Delaware, Ny
Died: 21 Jun 1885 Place: Provo, Utah, Ut
Buried: 23 Jun 1885 Place: Provo Cem., Provo, Utah, Ut
Married: 1829 Place: Ny
Father: George TIFFANY (AFN:2VGS-95) Family
Mother: Mary MASON (AFN:BF3S-11)

Wife's Name
Almira WHIPPLE (AFN:1PSP-DW) Pedigree
Born: 13 Jun 1810 Place: Sanford, Broome, Ny
Died: 4 Feb 1889 Place: Provo, Utah, Ut
Buried: 17 Feb 1889 Place: Provo Cemetery, Provo, Utah, Ut
Married: 1829 Place: Ny
Father: Daniel WHIPPLE (AFN:2KBG-K4) Family
Mother: Mary TIFFANY (AFN:2KBG-L9)

Children
1. Sex Name
M George Mason TIFFANY (AFN:1GH6-DF) Pedigree
Born: 31 Jan 1850 Place: Springville, Pottawattamie, Ia
Christened: 8 Feb 1850 Place: Springville, Pttwtt, Ia
Died: 14 Mar 1909 Place: Provo, Utah, Ut
Buried: 17 Mar 1909 Place: Provo Cemetery, Provo, Utah, Ut
2. Sex Name
F Cynthia Jane TIFFANY (AFN:2PGG-HG) Pedigree
Born: 2 Feb 1830 Place: Newfield, Tomkins, Ny
Died: 6 Oct 1845 Place: Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois
Buried: Place: , , Iowa
3. Sex Name
M Ira Patchen TIFFANY (AFN:1MNK-ZQ) Pedigree
Born: 14 Feb 1835 Place: Eaton, Lorain, Oh
Died: 21 Mar 1905 Place: Salem, Utah, Ut
Buried: 24 Mar 1905 Place: Salem, Utah, Utah
4. Sex Name
M Loyal Peck TIFFANY (AFN:1PSP-XN) Pedigree
Born: 27 Jul 1837 Place: Litchfield, Medina, Oh
Died: 13 Feb 1903 Place:
Buried: Feb Place:
5. Sex Name
M Zenos TIFFANY (AFN:1PSP-WH) Pedigree
Born: 31 Jul 1831 Place: Newfield, Tomkins, Ny
Died: Dec 1843 Place: Nauvoo, , Illinois
Buried: Place: Nauvoo, , Illinois
6. Sex Name
M Nelson Whipple TIFFANY (AFN:1PSQ-00) Pedigree
Born: 6 Aug 1852 Place: Fort Larramie, Goshen, Wy
Died: 20 Jan 1927 Place: Provo, Utah County, Utah
7. Sex Name
F Almira Rebecca TIFFANY (AFN:1CXK-BQ) Pedigree
Born: 18 Aug 1847 Place: Garden Grove, Decatur, Ia
Died: 23 Nov 1914 Place: Provo, Utah, Ut
Buried: 25 Nov 1914 Place: Provo, Utah, Ut
8. Sex Name
F Mary TIFFANY (AFN:1PSP-ZT) Pedigree
Born: 18 Dec 1844 Place: Nauvoo, Hancock, Il
Died: 14 Dec 1845 Place: Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois
Buried: Place: Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois
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Husband
George Tiffany Pedigree
Birth:
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:

Wife
Almira Whipple Tiffany Pedigree
Birth:
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:

Children
1. Cynthia Jane Tiffany Pedigree
<Female>
Birth: 11 FEB 1830 Newfield, Tompkins, New York
Christening:
Death: 06 OCT 1843 <Newfield, Tompkins, New York>
Burial:

2. Zenas Tiffany Pedigree
<Male>
Birth: 31 JUL 1831 Newfield, Tompkins, New York
Christening:
Death: DEC 1845 <Newfield, Tompkins, New York>
Burial:

3. Ira Patchin Tiffany Pedigree
<Male>
Birth: 14 FEB 1835 Eaton, Preble, Ohio
Christening:
Death: 23 MAR 1905 <Eaton, Preble, Ohio>
Burial:

4. Unavailable Pedigree

5. Mary Tiffany Pedigree
<Female>
Birth: 18 DEC 1844 Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois
Christening:
Death: 14 SEP 1845 <Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois>
Burial:

6. Almira Rebecca Tiffany Holden Pedigree
<Female>
Birth: 18 AUG 1847 Garden Grove, Decatur, Iowa
Christening:
Death: 28 NOV 1814 <Garden Grove, Decatur, Iowa>
Burial:

7. George Mason Tiffany Pedigree
<Male>
Birth: 31 JAN 1850 Springville,Potto, , , Iowa
Christening:
Death: 14 MAR 1909 <Springville,Potto, , , Iowa>
Burial:

8. Nelson Whipple Tiffany Pedigree
<Male>
Birth: 06 MAY 1852 Fort Laramie, , , Nebraska
Christening:
Death: 20 JAN 1927 <Fort Laramie, , , Nebraska>
Burial:
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Husband
George Tiffany Pedigree

Birth: 14 MAY 1807 Delhi, Delaware, New York
Christening:
Marriage: 1829 , , New York
Death: 21 JUN 1885 Provo, Utah, Utah
Burial: Provo, Utah, Utah
Father: George Tiffany Family
Mother: Mary Mason

Wife
Almira Whipple Pedigree
Birth: 13 JUN 1810 Sanford, Broome, New York
Christening:
Marriage: 1829 , , New York
Death: 04 FEB 1889 Provo, Utah, Utah
Burial: Provo, Utah, Utah
Father: Daniel Whipple Family
Mother: Mary Tiffany

Children
1. Cynthia Tiffany Pedigree
Female
Birth: 02 FEB 1830 Newfield, Tompkins, New York
Christening:
Death: 06 OCT 1845 <Newfield, Tompkins, New York>
Burial:

2. Zenos Tiffany Pedigree
Male
Birth: 31 JUL 1831 Newfield, Tompkins, New York
Christening:
Death: DEC 1843 <Newfield, Tompkins, New York>
Burial:

3. Ira Patchen Tiffany Pedigree
Male
Birth: 14 FEB 1835 Eaton, , Lorain, Ohio
Christening:
Death: MAR 1905 <Eaton, , Lorain, Ohio>
Burial:

4. Loyal Peck Tiffany Pedigree
Male
Birth: 27 JUL 1837 Littlefield, Modena, Stark, Illinois
Christening:
Death:
Burial:

5. Mary Tiffany Pedigree
Female
Birth: DEC 1844 Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois
Christening:
Death: 14 DEC 1845 <Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois>
Burial:

6. Almira Rebecca Tiffany Pedigree
Female
Birth: 18 AUG 1847 Garden Grove, Decatur, Iowa
Christening:
Death:
Burial:

7. George Mason Tiffany Pedigree
Male
Birth: 31 JAN 1850 Springville, Pottawattamie, Iowa
Christening:
Death: 14 MAR 1909 <Springville, Pottawattamie, Iowa>
Burial:

8. Nelson Whipple Tiffany Pedigree
Male
Birth: 06 AUG 1852 Fort Larramie, , Goshen, Wyoming
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
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Surname: Tiffany
First: George
Emigration Year: Any

Tiffany, George Mason, 1852, 2, NA, Treasures of Pioneer History, Vol. 1, Page 142
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The Tiffany - Hungerford and Related Families of America
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* ID: I08325
* Name: George Mason TIFFANY
* Sex: M
* Birth: 31 JAN 1850 in Springville (Pottowatamie Co.) Iowa
* Death: 14 MAR 1909 in Salt Lake City (Salt Lake Co.) Utah

Father: George TIFFANY b: 14 MAY 1807 in Delhi (Delaware Co.) New York
Mother: Almira WHIPPLE b: 13 JUN 1810 in Sanford (Broome Co.) New York

Marriage 1 Sarah Jane YORK b: 18 FEB 1859 in Provo (Utah Co.) Utah
* Married: 10 NOV 1873 in Salt Lake City (Utah Co.) Utah

Children
1. [Has Children] Mary Ellen TIFFANY b: 22 AUG 1874 in Provo (Utah Co.) Utah
2. [Has No Children] Sarah Jane TIFFANY b: 16 APR 1876 in Provo (Utah Co.) Utah
3. [Has No Children] George Mason TIFFANY , Jr. b: 17 NOV 1877 in Provo (Utah Co.) Utah
4. [Has Children] Asa York TIFFANY b: 24 FEB 1881 in Provo (Utah Co.) Utah
5. [Has No Children] Ira TIFFANY b: 7 MAY 1883 in Provo (Utah Co.) Utah
6. [Has Children] Nelson TIFFANY b: 4 AUG 1885 in Lehi (Maricopa Co.) Arizona
7. [Has Children] Almira TIFFANY b: 16 SEP 1888 in Lehi (Maricopa Co.) Arizona
8. [Has Children] Ruia TIFFANY b: 27 NOV 1890 in Lehi (Maricopa Co.) Arizona
9. [Has No Children] Lenore Henrietta DEL TIFFANY b: 9 AUG 1893 in Lehi (Maricopa Co.) Arizona
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Twenty-Two Years Among the Indians

Papago Ward, Maricopa Stake, Arizona, is composed chiefly of Indians residing in the Papago Indian Reservation in Salt River Valley, Maricopa County. These Indians belong chiefly to the Pima and Maricopa tribes which have been known to the Latter-day Saints since 1846 when the Mormon Battalion passed through Arizona en route from the Missouri River to the Pacific Coast. Later, missionaries labored among them with considerable success and many of them were baptized. Among these missionaries was George Mason Tiffany, a Utah pioneer of 1852, and his wife, Sarah Jane York Tiffany , who spent twenty-two years, from 1884 to 1906, teaching the Indians. On September 27, 1891, he became bishop of Papago Ward. Incarcion Valenzula was the Indian interpreter, but George soon learned to speak both the SpAnish and Indian languages.
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Sister Savage also acted as a teacher in the day school. Bishop Hinckley was succeeded in 1885 by Charles S. Peterson, who was succeeded shortly afterwards by Daniel P. Jones, who was succeeded in 1891 by George M. Tiffany, who acted until 1906. During his administration, Bishop Tiffany chose Lamanite brethren for his counselors and other ward offices, a custom which was followed quite closely by his successors. Bishop Tiffany was succeeded in 1906 by Isaac V. Rogers, who was succeeded in 1912 by Reaves A. Bird, who was succeeded in 1914 by Hyrum DeFries, who was succeeded in 1915 by Asa Y. Tiffany, who presided Dec. 31, 1930. On that date the Papago Ward had 297 members, including 85 children.
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Tiffany, George Mason, Bishop of the Papago Ward, Maricopa Stake, Arizona, from 1891 to 1906, was born Jan. 31, 1850, in Pottawattamie Co., Iowa, a son of George Tiffany and Almyra Whipple. He was baptized in 1858, ordained a High Priest Dec. 19, 1885, by Charles L Robson, and ordained a Bishop Sept. 27, 1891, by John Henry Smith.
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George Mason Tiffany

Our Pioneer Heritage
Volume 3
A Treasury of Indian Stories
Twenty-Two Years Among the Indians
A Tribute

Papago Ward, Maricopa Stake, Arizona, is composed chiefly of Indians residing on the Papago
Indian Reservation in Salt River Valley, Maricopa county. These Indians belong chiefly to the Pima
and Maricopa tribes which have been known to the Latter-day Saints since 1864 when the
Mormon Battalion passed through Arizona en route from the Missouri River to the Pacific coast. Later, missionaries labored among them with considerable success and many of them were
baptized. Among these missionaries was George Mason Tiffany, a Utah pioneer of 1852 and his
wife, Sarah Jane York Tiffany, who spent twenty-two years, from 1884 to 1906, teaching the
Indians. On September 27, 1891 he became bishop of Papago Ward. Incarcion Valenzula was the
Indian interpreter but George soon learned to speak both the Spanish and Indian languages.

As a child Sarah Jane had been stolen by the Indians. While living in Provo one of her aunts
jokingly told an indian, Ankety Watts, that he could have the little girl. The Indian immediately
seized her and started running but was stopped by a neighbor before he had gone very far. It
left such a lasting impression that she never quite overcame her fear of the redmen. However,
through the experiences gained on this mission, she learned to understand their way of life.

Indian Funeral: The first funeral Mrs. Tiffany attended was that of the seventeen year old son of
Valenzula. The boy came to his father's home very ill and when they realized he could not live,
Indian runners were sent to notify their people. The Indians gathered around the home bringing
articles of clothing to help the boy on his long journey to the Happy Hunting Grounds. Mrs. Tiffany
donated a straw tick and a pillow. The night before the boy died the Indians killed six horses, part
of which was roasted and part boiled. They ate the meat and placed the bones beside the dying
boy. When he breathed his last they took a gourd filled with water with which they rubbed the
entire body. He was then dressed in a white shirt, a pair of trousers and a beautifully colored silk
handkerchief covered his face. Bishop Tiffany conducted the funeral and the body was taken to
the burial ground were a six foot grave with a shelf dug out of its side was made ready. In this
niche or shelf the body was placed and covered with a blanket; they then drove wooden stakes
around the side of the grave, hung a canvas which had holes in it to fit the stakes so that no dirt
would get on the remains. Wheat, beans, corn, a rock with a hollow in it and another to grind the
grains were placed in the grave. Then the bedding, books, clothing, saddle, bridle and other gifts,
together with the bones of the dead horses, were placed lengthwise and the grave covered with
straw and dirt. The articles that could be hung were placed on the stakes. It was their belief
there was something in the body of the dead boy that would never die and the horses' bones
were left to carry him to the Happy Hunting Grounds. After attending the funeral and realizing
their beliefs in a hereafter, Sarah Jane was ready to teach Christianity to the Indians.

One other funeral at which Bishop Tiffany presided was that of an Indian who had been a Mormon
but later became interested in the Presbyterian Church. The father wanted his boy to have a
Latter-day Saint funeral, so the good bishop made a coffin and covered it with bleach, while his
wife aided by a Sister Savage made a white suit. It was dark when they had finished their job.
They had to cross the Salt River which was very dangerous at the height of the now rainy season.
The Bishop and Valenzula took the coffin in a high-seated wagon while the two women followed
in a buggy. The men crossed the river safely, but while the women were in midstream, the breast
strap of the harness became unbuckled and fell across the horse's feet hobbling her. After a few
frightening moments they reached the other side. It was nearly midnight when they arrived at the
dead boy's home. Mrs. Tiffany had taught the Indian choir and they were beautiful singers. As
they approached the home these four anxious people heard the choir singing "Oh, My Father."
The funeral was held at this late hour and day was breaking when they arrived home the next
morning.


Baptism: It was hard for the Indians to understand just what baptism meant. One time, when
Henry Rogers was president of this mission, he had the women make a number of white shirts as
there were many men and boys who had requested baptism. Several months later Mr. Rogers, Mr.
Tiffany and Valenzula were holding a meeting when the group of Indians asked to be rebaptized.
Mr. Rogers asked them why rebaptism? The answer-each wanted a new white shirt.

Marriage: The Maricopas had a peculiar way of marrying. The braves would go to the home of the
girl of their choice and sing continuously for three nights. If the maiden liked him she would invite
him to enter her dwelling. That action on her part constituted the marriage ceremony. Later they
were required to go through the same ceremony as did the white people and Bishop Tiffany
officiated at many of these marriages.

Clothing: Bishop and Mrs. Tiffany taught the Indians to dress much like the white people. He had
two linen coats and Sarah Jane unpicked them and cut out of the cloth a pattern for men's
trousers. The Indians brought their cloth to her and she cut out trousers and coats for them.

Houses: The dwellings of the Indians were similar to their wheat bins. They drove a pole in the
center of the dirt floor around which they drove other wooden stakes in the form of a circle.
Willows were then woven in and out of the stakes making a compact little dwelling. The roof was
slant type and there was a little oval shaped opening two or three feet high which served as the
door. It was necessary for adults to crawl on their knees to get into the house. In cold weather a
fire was built for warmth but all the cooking was done outside. Sheds were usually built of brush
which were covered with mud on the sides and roof.

Farms: The government allotted a specified amount of ground to each Indian family. They raised
their own wheat and cultivated the land similar to the white people. Some of the Indians had
oxen, others had horses. Homemade wooden plows were utilized and all the work of preparing
the land and planting the crops was done by the men; but when harvest time came the women
went into the fields with their hand-sickles and cut the heads of wheat as close as possible
leaving the stalks standing for later use as straw. The men then carried the baskets of wheat
heads to the threshing floor. This was a small piece of ground which had been tromped down as
hard and smooth as possible and in the center of which had been inserted a large pole. When the
wheat heads had been carefully placed around the pole three to six horses were driven around
and around until the wheat was tromped out. Sometimes it would take all day to accomplish this
task. When a breeze came up the men would take shovels full of grain and throw it into the air.
The wheat fell to the ground and the chaff blew away. It was then shoveled into sacks and taken
to the bins. The women picked up the grain left on the ground-not a kernel was wasted.

Food: The women did all the cooking. To make bread or tortillas, as they called them, they placed a flat tin over a fire where they mixed the flour and water into dough. When it was thoroughly kneaded they parted and flattened the dough until it was as thin as a wafer and then cooked it on the hot tin. Bread was made of a similar dough shaped into loaves and laid in the ashes. More ashes were placed on top and then a covering of live coals. One of their finest dishes was a sweet bread. There were many mesquite trees growing in the vicinity which bore long beans similar to our wax beans. These were gathered when ripe and ground into a fine flour. Water was mixed with the flour, kneaded and formed into loaves which were put in the sun to dry. It was very sweet and the Indians ate it as we eat candy. Very often there were rabbit hunts, and the rabbits were cooked over a fire on forked sticks. Coffee and meats were cooked in ollas which were vessels made of clay and burned to make them water-proof. The women carried water in ollas on their heads. The men rode horses and the women trotted along at the same pace as the horses. Drinks were made from the roots of century plants and also grapes. Sometimes the Indians became quite inebriated and rode from place to place yelling at the top of their voices.
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Husband
George Tiffany Pedigree
Birth: 14 MAY 1807 Delhi, Delaware, New York
Christening:
Marriage: 1829 , , New York
Death: 21 JUN 1885 Provo, Utah, Utah
Burial: Provo, Utah, Utah
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 03 FEB 1846
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 31 OCT 1872
Father: George Tiffany Family
Mother: Mary Mason

Wife
Almira Whipple Pedigree

Birth: 13 JUN 1810 Sanford, Broome, New York
Christening:
Marriage: 1829 , , New York
Death: 04 FEB 1889 Provo, Utah, Utah
Burial: Provo, Utah, Utah
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 03 FEB 1846
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 31 OCT 1872
Father: Daniel Whipple Family
Mother: Mary Tiffany

Children
1. Cynthia Tiffany Pedigree
Female
Birth: 02 FEB 1830 Newfield, Tompkins, New York
Christening:
Death: 06 OCT 1845 <Newfield, Tompkins, New York>
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 11 OCT 1905
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 26 FEB 1962 SLAKE

2. Zenos Tiffany Pedigree
Male
Birth: 31 JUL 1831 Newfield, Tompkins, New York
Christening:
Death: DEC 1843 <Newfield, Tompkins, New York>
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 18 FEB 1961
[Endowment: Completed] : 15 MAR 1961
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 26 FEB 1962 SLAKE

3. Ira Patchen Tiffany Pedigree
Male
Birth: 14 FEB 1835 Eaton, , Lorain, Ohio
Christening:
Death: MAR 1905 <Eaton, , Lorain, Ohio>
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : JUL 1842
[Endowment: Completed] : 08 MAR 1867
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 26 FEB 1962 SLAKE

4. Loyal Peck Tiffany Pedigree
Male
Birth: 27 JUL 1837 Littlefield, Modena, Stark, Illinois
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 1846
[Endowment: Completed] : 26 JAN 1869
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 26 FEB 1962 SLAKE

5. Mary Tiffany Pedigree
Female
Birth: DEC 1844 Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois
Christening:
Death: 14 DEC 1845 <Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois>
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : CHILD
[Endowment: Completed] : CHILD
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 26 FEB 1962 SLAKE

6. Almira Rebecca Tiffany Pedigree
Female
Birth: 18 AUG 1847 Garden Grove, Decatur, Iowa
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 1855
[Endowment: Completed] : 25 FEB 1865
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 26 FEB 1962 SLAKE

7. George Mason Tiffany Pedigree
Male
Birth: 31 JAN 1850 Springville, Pottawattamie, Iowa
Christening:
Death: 14 MAR 1909 <Springville, Pottawattamie, Iowa>
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : MAY 1858
[Endowment: Completed] : 26 JAN 1869
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 26 FEB 1962 SLAKE

8. Nelson Whipple Tiffany Pedigree
Male
Birth: 06 AUG 1852 Fort Larramie, , Goshen, Wyoming
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 1860
[Endowment: Completed] : 11 DEC 1879
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 26 FEB 1962 SLAKE
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