Official Directory and Hand Book, 1921 - 1922, First Methodist Episcopal Church, Salt Lake City, Utah. Stanley A. Curtis, Pastor.
Methodism was introduced into Utah in December, 1869, by the Rev. Lewis Hartsbough; the services being held in a hay-loft located on Third South Street, between Main and West Temple. In 1871, having outgrown that housing, the ground on which the Freed Furniture Company building now stands was purchased, and a church building started, Bishop C. C. McCabe. then Chaplain McCabe, raising a large sum of the money required for the construction by securing pledges of one dollar each from Methodists all over the country. The First Methodist Episcopal Church was then duly organized, the Rev. Mr. Pierce being the first pastor.
Names in this online transcription include Abbott, Albritton, Alexander, Alexandria, Alheiser, Allcott, Allen, Archibald, Ashby, Asher, Bagley, Baker, Bales, Banning, Beach, Beadell, Beaty, Beck, Beckstead, Beeman, Beittel, Belcher, Benson, Berry, Black, Blake, Bleasdale, Block, Bluett, Bond, Bowdle, Bowerman, Boyle, Boynton, Brouehton, Broughton, Burch, Burkhardt, Burris, Burt, Button, Calkins, Campbell, Capeton, Carter, Caster, Champion, Channel, Chase, Cirkel, Clark, Coffey, Cook, Cooper, Core, Corham, Cottingham, Covington, Crellin, Crome, Cross, Cubbison, Culp, Curtis, Daily, Davidson, Davis, Dayton, Dickerson, Dix, Dowse, Draper, Dressier, Druehl, Dubendorff, Dunyon, Duvall, Eberhardt, Edgar, Edwards, Eggleston, Eidt, Ellingson, Ellis, Emrick, English, Erb, Erdmann, Evangeliste, Evans, Evington, Ewing, Farnum, Ferris, Finley, Fisher, Foote, Francis, Fritz, Fruhling, Furness, Gaby, Garcia, Garrett, Garvin, Gelar, Gibson, Giers, Gillette, Glenn, Gooch, Goodwin, Gorham, Goss, Goucher, Grow, Gustaveson, Hall, Halsey, Hammel, Hammer, Hanes, Hansen, Hanson, Hapgood, Hardiman, Harris, Hawke, Heard, Hedges, Heikes, Heist, Helme, Hern, Hess, Hickok, Higley, Hills, Hiskey, Hisner, Hitchcock, Hite, Hodge, Holt, Howard, Hoyt, Huddleston, Hudson, Huff, Hunter, Hunting, Hurd, Hutchinson, Jackson, Jacobs, Jayne, Jenkins, Jennings, Johnson, Jones, Justessen, Keller, Kellog, Kern, Ketchum, King, Knott, Korous, Kufer, Lace, LaDue, Laguna, Lake, Lang, Larsen, Larson, Latores, Laughlin, Lawrence, Learner, Lee, Lewis, Lister, Lochner, Lockwood, Magner, Mailander, Mainor, Marshall, Martinell, Massey, Mathieson, Matthewson, Mayer, Mazel, McClain, McCloskie, McConnell, McCurtain, McDaniel, McDonald, McEuen, McFarland, McGee, McIlrath, McKenzie, McLaughlin, McLauglin, McLeod, McNeil, McPhee, Mead, Meadows, Melton, Melvin, Merrin, Meyer, Milburn, Miller, Mills, Moore, Moorhead, Morehouse, Morgan, Morine, Mork, Morningstar, Morse, Mounteer, Navitt, Neill, Nicholls, Odom, Odorn, Olmstead, Orgain, Owen, Parker, Patrick, Paul, Peak, Pearce, Peaslee, Pemberton, Pepper, Pharo, Pike, Piper, Post, Price, Prisk, Prouty, Quick, Quivey, Rae, Randall, Raymond, Ream, Redenbaugh, Reesink, Reger, Rhodes, Rice, Richards, Riddle, Rippeto, Rivers, Roberts, Robertson, Rosser, Rowe, Rowlett, Roxbury, Sackett, Safford, Salisbury, Salt, Saxer, Schenk, Schooler, Scott, Selby, Selwood, Shearon, Shekell, Shermer, Shipler, Silvers, Simmonds, Simms, Skonberg, Slack, Sladek, Smith, Snowden, Sorrenson, Southey, Spahr, Spear, Spooner, Startin, Steams, Stearns, Stephens, Stickley, Stockmeyer, Stradley, Stream, Strong, Stumm, Sutton, Swigart, Thomas, Thompson, Thourot, Tomlinson, Tracy, Traughber, Travers, Van Wagoner, Vaughn, Verkler, Vernon, Voget, Von Puello, Walker, Walter, Ward, Warren, Warrick, Waterman, Watkins, Weining, Wellington, Wentworth, Westcott, Wetzell, Wheeler, Wherry, Whitcher, White, Wilkes, Wilkins, Williams, Williamson, Wilson, Wines, Wood, Woolcock, Worrall, Yardley, Yost, Young.
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