A Mormon Mother: An Autobiography
Tanner Trust Fund, University of Utah Library, 1983 - 346 Seiten
Annie Vilate Clark (1864-1942) was born in Farmington, Utah to Ezra Thompson Clark and Susan Leggett. She was born into a polygamous household and, in turn, married into polygamy. In 1883 she married Joseph Marion Tanner (1859-1927) and they eventually became the parents of ten children. One of her children was Obert C. Tanner who became an influential businessman in Salt Lake City. Annie Clark Tanner had a difficult marriage to Joseph Tanner and they eventually seperated. She later settled in California. Descendants live in Utah, California and other parts of the United States.
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