Penrose Davis Woodland Adamson
Bateman Stratford Thompson


Site Links

Home Local
Home Famroots
Start Search
What's New
Puckington Church
All Media
Register for Acct

Site Links
Home Local
Home FamRoots
What's New in Site
All Media
Photo Albums
Register for Login

Links to Biographies
Alfred Davis
Phoebe Oxenbold
Eva Davis
John Catley Davis
Mary Street
Thomas Bateman
Charles W. Penrose
Edwin C. Penrose
ECP Missionary Letters
Romania Bunell, MD
Lydia Adamson
Lucetta Stratford
Louise Lusty
Margaret Bateman
Nielsine Thompson
Niels Pederson


Woodland and Penrose Families came from Western England.

Click on Map for Larger Image

Missionaries in Europe, The Gathering, and Emigration to America (Click on Photo)
Champion of the Sea - Clipper Ship - Our family was on the Underwriter

Penrose Family of Redruth, Cornwall, England.

Historical Missionary  Letters Ed Penrose wrote to his parents Charles W. Penrose and Lucetta Stratford Penrose  While serving in the Southern States Mission of the LDS Church during 1898 to 1899. Transcribed.

Woodland Family of Puckington, Somerset, England. Alfred Woodland came to America. Click on his name to read his story.

Read Phil Woodland's account of his visit to Puckington.

Find out what Puckington has to do with Hobgoblins

Click on Photo for Tour Old Church in Puckington where many Woodlands are buried.

Davis Family of Handsworth, Staffordshire, England. Click here Thomas Davis (1763) descendants.

Pendle Hill Lancashire, England

Adamson Family of Rangarno, Stockholm, Sweden.
Click here to see Anders Adamson descendants

Penrose Mansion in Helston, Cornwall, England
Click on Photo for Larger Image.

Link to Penrose website maintained by Wallace K. Penrose

Biographies of Family Members

Women Below Include Their Married Last Names

Charles W. Penrose, First Counselor in LDS Church Presidency, Editor of the Deseret News, Leader of the LDS Church for Europe and Africa, Lobbyist for Utah Statehood, Polygamist, Poet, Author of Many LDS Church Pamphlets, public speaker.

Lucetta StratfordLucetta Stratford Penrose of Maldon, Essex, England, the first wife of Charles W. Penrose. She was a brave soul who had more babies die than read adulthood. She had to keep the family going while Charles was on missions to England and brought home another wife.

Louise Elizabeth LustyLouise Elizabeth Lusty Penrose The interesting life and background of Charles Penrose's second wife. This biography was written by her son Frank.

Romania Bunnell Pratt Penrose, M.D. Read the fascinating biography of the first woman doctor in Utah and Charles Penrose's third wife.

Edwin Penrose, good looking well dressed young manEdwin Centennius Penrose Deseret News by-line reporter for most his life. Mentor to Mark E. Petersen.  Commissioner of Roads for Utah.

Eva Catherine Davis Penrose includes her humorous poetry and writings.

John Catley DAVISJohn Catley Davis and Phoebe Oxenbold Davis British gun craftsman comes to America with his wife and 5 children.

Mary STREETMary Street and Thomas Bateman. He died mysteriously at sea on a voyage back to England.
Margaret BatemanAlfred Oxenbould DavisMargaret Bateman Davis and Alfred Oxenbold Davis of Manchester, Lancashire, England

William Thomas WoodlandWilliam Thomas Woodland. His friends called him Bill his mother called him Willie. An early on the job injury followed him all his life. He was quiet strong and athletic.

Lydia Anna AdamsonLydia Adamson Woodland read her biography, see her vital statistics and her descendents.

Nielsina Dorthea Thompson

Nielsine Dorthea Thompson Woodland of Sandal, Hjorring, Denmark including the story of her parents.

Susan Woodland, JDThis Site is Focused on Susan Woodland Howard's relatives. She is the editor of this site. Click on her photo to see her pedigree chart.

Copyright 2006 - 2014 Susan W. Howard, All rights reserved.
Site Last Updated 3-15-2014