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Stephen Mack & Hannah Saunders Covey family

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Irene, Stephen, Grandy, Helen Jean, John, Marilyn

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Grandy, Marilyn, Helen Jean, Irene

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Papa & Grandy

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Stephen Mack Covey, 4th from the right

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John, Helen Jean, Irene, Stephen

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Stephen L with his boys

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Family photo at Grandy & Papa's house

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Snake River cabin

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Stephen Longstroth Richards and Grandy in the dining room at the canyon cabin

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Christmas, approximately 1912

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Believed to be Mark & Susannah Ogden Bigler

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George Albert & Bathsheba Bigler Smith

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L to R, Stephen Glenn Covey, Irene Louise Richards Covey, Stephen Mack Covey

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Enoch & Janett Carruth Young Covey

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Stephen L & Irene Smith Merrill Richards

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Demas Ashdown & Hannah Barwell Saunders

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Stephen Glenn Covey (2nd from right, back row) with siblings

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Covey Family Photo at Grandy's and Papa's

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L to R, John, Marilyn, Helen Jean, Irene, Stephen

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Stephen Mack & Hannah Ashdown Covey

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Our Stories

THE HEBGEN LAKE EARTHQUAKE IN 1959

This is the story about Grandma Richards at Hebgen Lake in the earthquake in 1959.
The story I heard is that in June 1959 (I think that's when the earthquake was), Grandma Richards was up at Hebgen in the cabin. She was all alone. It was a month after Grandpa Richards had passed away. The cabin started shaking and the chimney fell off the roof. Grandma Richards went out to her car and sat there until the shaking was over. That's the story I heard. If anyone can add to it, DO!

2 comments:

  1. JUST CURIOUS...
    DO ANY OF YOU RICHARDS COUSINS HAVE CELIAC DISEASE? IT'S VERY HEREDITARY!

    I was talking to Susan Frost Steffensen who told me that Uncle Lynn had it and that Joyce has it. Some think Grandpa Richards may have had it.

    I was diagnosed a couple of years ago.

    Celiac disease is a condition that damages the lining of the small intestine and prevents it from absorbing parts of food that are important for staying healthy. The damage is due to a reaction to eating gluten, which is found in wheat, barley, rye, and possibly oats.

    A gluten-free diet will alleviate all symptoms.

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  2. NEED YOUR HELP.....
    Hi, I found your website on myheritage.com, I want to thank you for all your hard work. I need to know if Albert Merrill who was born 1815 and died 1873 had another wife name Frances Machin. All my research shows he had two wife’s (Frances Machin and Margaret Ann Richison). I don’t know if that is correct. Do you know when Albert and Margaret got married? Can you please tell me how many children they had? My personal email is lauriemachen@yahoo.com I’m researching the Machen family from Sheffield, Yorkshire, England. My Frances Machin was born Sept 15 1843 she died on June 14 1927 in Denver, Colorado, Denver County. Buried at Fairmount Cemetery in Denver, Colorado, Denver County. Her parents were George and Sarah Machin Machen. George had a brother name Thomas who is our bloodline. Her grandparents are George and Elizabeth born Hunter Machin. I have Albert buried at Salt Lake Cemetery. Salt Lake City, Utah, Salt Lake County. I hope to hear from you. Laurie Machen

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