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Hunting, Nathan

As you know, I have been re-typing the biography of Nathan Hunting from the
book "Hunting Down through the years (1713-1964)". Nathan Hunting is the
second great grandfather of Jean and I and the 3GG for Joe. Jean has this
book and Joe has asked to see a copy of Nathan Hunting's biography when I
was done transcribing it. Here it is for each of you. At some point in
time I will place it on the family website.

I have re-typed the biography in the words of the authors Jennis McConkie
Betts and Pauline McConkie Derhak who are sisters and granddaughters of
Nathan Hunting. I have contacted Pauline McConkie Betts and secured her
permission to place information from their book on our family website. The
story needs some editing and some re-writing, in my opinion. At some time
more convenient I would like to talk to Mikie about the ethics of doing so.

I hope that the two of you choose to read it and I believe that you will
find it very interesting too. Nathan Hunting was twice called by the church
to move and be a founder of a new town. These towns were Malad, Idaho and
Jensen, Utah. As the story unfolds we are taught about Nathan's devotion to
the gospel and the principles that he taught his children. These principles
are the same as we have tried to teach our children.

The Nathan Hunting biography is attached ... It runs for 28
pages. I found the story to be very interesting. I think you will as well.

James E. Hays

As you know, I have been re-typing the biography of Nathan Hunting from the book "Hunting Down through the years (1713-1964)". Nathan Hunting is the second great grandfather of Jean and I and the 3GG for Joe. Jean has this book and Joe has asked to see a copy of Nathan Hunting's biography when I was done transcribing it. Here it is for each of you. At some point in time I will place it on the family website. I have re-typed the biography in the words of the authors Jennis McConkie Betts and Pauline McConkie Derhak who are sisters and granddaughters of Nathan Hunting. I have contacted Pauline McConkie Betts and secured her permission to place information from their book on our family website. The story needs some editing and some re-writing, in my opinion. At some time more convenient I would like to talk to Mikie about the ethics of doing so. I hope that the two of you choose to read it and I believe that you will find it very interesting too. Nathan Hunting was twice called by the church to move and be a founder of a new town. These towns were Malad, Idaho and Jensen, Utah. As the story unfolds we are taught about Nathan's devotion to the gospel and the principles that he taught his children. These principles are the same as we have tried to teach our children. The Nathan Hunting biography is attached ... It runs for 28 pages. I found the story to be very interesting. I think you will as well. James E. Hays

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