Name of Immigrant

Age

Destination

Year

Source

page

1. Dye, Richard

n.a.

Virginia

1860

Elaine
email

no page

2. Dye, Samuel

n.a.

Virginia

1860

Elaine
email

no page

3. Paxman, Rhoda

n.a.

Virginia

unk

Elaine
email

no page

4. Dye, Jonathan

n.a.

Virginia ?

unk

Elaine
email

no page

5. Johnson, Charlotte

n.a.

Virginia ?

unk

Elaine
email

no page

-------------------------------------------------------
Information from the Latter Day Saints Biographies. Some variations: Database: Latter-day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia Volume 2 DYE, Richard, a prominent Elder in the Weber Stake of Zion, was born Jan. 2, 1832, at Hertford, Hertfordshire, England, the son of Thomas DYE and Sarah Gower. He was baptized Aug. 23, 1852, by William Hart; ordained a Teacher in 1853 by Charles W. Penrose; ordained a Priest in 1854 by E. L. T. Harrison; emigrated to America in 1856, crossing the Atlantic in the ship "Horizon"; stopped awhile in the States and presided over the Saints in Charleston, near Boston, Mass., being ordained an Elder by James F. Clary in 1856. He came to Utah in 1858, crossing the plains in a small company of Danish Saints in charge of Iver N. Iverson. On the journey they encountered Col. Johnston's army. Bro. Dye located near Ogden in October, 1857, and married Mary M. Peck, by whom he had several children, some of whom have become prominent in the Church. Bro. Dye followed farming and fruit-raising and filled a number of civil offices. Thus he acted for ten years as justice of the peace, and for many years as assessor and collector for school taxes. For forty years he acted as Ward choir leader and for thirty-one years as Sunday school superintendent. 9:27 PM 04/05/2000
i------------------
__DYE__, Samuel Gower, first counselor in the Bishopric of the Riverdale Ward, Weber county, Utah, was born Oct. 10, 1876, at Riverdale, Weber county, Utah, the son of Richard Dye and Mary M. Peck. He was baptized Sept. 9, 1885, ordained a Deacon July 14, 1889, by John C. Child; ordained a Teacher Jan. 24, 1897, by Richard Dye; ordained an Elder May 30, 1898, by Richard Dye; ordained a Seventy June 16, 1898, by Francis M. Lyman, and ordained a High Priest Jan. 20, 1902, by John Henry Smith. In 18981900 he filled a mission to the Northwestern States, laboring in Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Washington; for eight months he acted as a conference president. At home he has officiated as president of a Deacon's quorum, Ward teacher, Y. M. M. I. A. officer, superintendent of Sunday school, both in the Ward and in the Weber Stake, and set apart as first counselor to Bishop Bingham Jan. 20, 1902. In 1902 (Oct. 22nd) he married Lydia M. Hodson. Bro. Dye is a farmer by occupation.

--------------------
Bunting, Harriet D., a member of the General Board of Relief Society from Oct. 10, 1892, until her death at Kanab, Utah, Jan. 27, 1893, was born Jan. 31, 1843, at Norfolk, England, a daughter of Robert Dye and Harriet Coman. She came to Utah in 1853 with her parents and little sister Elizabeth, crossing the ocean in the ship "Golconda," and the plains in Capt. Joseph W. Young's Company. On May 15, 1859, she married James Lovett Bunting, and in 1870 accompanied her husband and 25 other pioneer families to settle Kanab; later her husband became president of the Kanab Stake, and Sister Bunting presided over the Kanab Stake Relief Society Board for many years. She also accompanied her husband to England on a mission and during his presidency of the Liverpool Conference in 1878-1880, she organized the first Relief Society and Y. L. M. I. A. in the British Mission. Sister Bunting was the mother of 12 children.

-----------------------------------------
Richard Dye b. 2 Jan 1832 at Bengeo, Hertford, England,
the son of Thomas Dye and Sarah Gower Dye.

He left England 8 May 1856 aboard the ship "Wellfleet".

He married Mary Malden Peck 23 Nov 1859 at South Weber, Davis, Utah.

He died 28 Sep 1924 at Ogden, Weber, Utah.

Their children were:

Mary Adelaide Dye b. 15 Oct 1860 d. 4 Jun 1869
Richard Thomas Dye b. 4 Feb 1863 d. 21 Nov 1951
William Malden Dye b. 26 Mar 1865 d. 20 Feb 1954
Joseph Henry Dye b. 30 Mar 1867 d. 11 May 1950
Elizabeth Dye b. 14 Aug 1869 d. 2 Mar 1879
James Dye b. 12 Jan 1872 d. 7 Apr 1836
Walter Ernest Dye b. 16 Jul 1874 d. 17 Apr 1961
Samuel Gower Dye b. 10 Oct 1876 d. 4 Jun 1958
Sarah Gower Dye b. 24 Dec 1879 d. 22 Aug 1961
Martha E. Dye b. 24 Dec 1879 d. infant

Also aboard the "Wellfleet" was Richard's brother
Samuel Dye and his wife Rhoda Paxman Dye.
Samuel b. 3 Feb 1834 at Hertford, Hertford, England.
I don't know the names of their children.
Samuel died 4 Aug 1924 (location unknown)

Another brother,
Jonathon Dye and his wife Charlotte Johnson Dye
came separately.

Jonathon was born 10 Oct 1829 at Hertford, Hertford, England.

He died 24 Apr 1907 at Uintah, Weber, Utah.

Jonathon and Charlotte were married 22 Jan 1856 in London.
Their children, all born in the U.S., were:

Jonathon Samuel Dye b. 19 May 1858 d. 24 Jul 1862
Emma Theresa Dye b. 2 Dec 1859 d. 11 Jan 1949
Richard Thomas Dye b. 13 May 1861 d. 12 Aug 1862
John Joseph Dye b. 10 Feb 1863 d. 22 Jan 1933
Sarah Ann Dye b. 2 Apr 1865 d. 23 Nov 1866
Benjamin Brigham Dye b. 13 Dec 1866 d. 13 Oct 1916
Charlotte Annie Dye b. 10 May 1872 d. 17 Apr 1881

Click here to contact Elaine Johnson

Return to main page