Showing posts with label Alpine Utah. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Alpine Utah. Show all posts

Thursday, August 19, 2010

The Children of Mountainville

Before its name was changed to Alpine, the community surrounded by Alp-like peaks in Utah County, Utah was called Mountainville.

Local sculptor and artist, Dennis Smith, remembers the children who populated that frontier settlement in a casting dedicated to them on the top of the Alpine Cemetery among the graves of many pioneer children and early settlers.


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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Tombstones – It’s The Symbol Not The Stone

Not all families have the resources to buy tombstones for their beloved family members who pass away.  They show their love by memorializing them using the resources available to them.

Monday, April 12, 2010

John Rowe Moyle 1808 - 1889

John Rowe Moyle was born in Wedron, Cornwall, England on 22 Feb 1808 and died in Alpine, Utah on 15 Jan 1889. 

Well known as a stalwart in the Mormon faith, he exhibited fearless tenacity in managing pain as he walked the 30+ miles between Alpine and Salt Lake City each week to work on the Salt Lake Temple on a self-carved artificial leg.


Sunday, January 10, 2010

John Vance – Killed by Indians

John Wesley Vance was killed by Indians in Utah on 2 Jun 1867.  He was buried on top of the hill north of Mountainville, (now Alpine), Utah.

Alpine City Cemetery

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