Complied and commissioned by Alan F. Layton, a direct descendant of Snelgrove.
Charles Rich Snelgrove - A missionary Journal
This deluxe hardcover dust-jacketed edition is a delightful recreation of Snelgroves original missionary journal complete with pictures and artifacts throughout. 6x9 Hardcover 169 pages.
Charles Rich Snelgrove was born in Salt
Lake City on June 30, 1887, in a small, rented
adobe cottage located at 633 South West
Temple Street. His father, Charles Richard
Snelgrove, was born in Salt Lake City,
September 4, 1858, of ?good, devoted Mormon
parents in their family home, located at about
335 East Second South. His mother, Emily
Brooksbank, was born on October 20, 1862, in
Leeds, Pontifrac, Yorkshire, England. Charles
Richard and Emily were married in Salt Lake
City, May 27, 1886.? Charles Rich was the oldest
of eight children, five sons and three daughters.
Rich, as he liked to be called experienced
only limited activity in the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints as a youth. During
a diphtheria epidemic in 1894, he was
administered to by his bishop, Harrison Sperry
and a counselor, Brother Madson and was
immediately healed. ?My parents both held
strong opinions and were scrupulously honest.?
Neither of his parents attended weekly
meetings nor were the children encouraged
to attend Church meetings, but ?counsel and
righteous example were generously part of our
wonderful home life.?3 Rich remembered being
taken to Conference in the Tabernacle by his
grandmother Brooksbank frequently. Prayer
was not a family practice although once or
twice his father began a meal with ?Bless the
bread and darn the meat, turn up your plates
and begin to eat.?
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