1876 Cemetery Excerpt
This is one of the only personal events in NHF's life that was documented carefully. NHF plays the important role of patriarch to his entire progeny, and the message is still clear for all of us.
Quick research of where each family member lived in 1880. Only Sarah Strange Felt is unaccounted for.
1904 Biographical Sketch of Nathaniel H. Felt
Most well-known biographical sketch of NHF.
1909 Joseph F. Smith, Jr. on the Felt Family
Sat 11 Dec 1909
This article must have brought my aunts, uncles and old 1st cousins great satisfaction. Not one of them are yet alive, but we can enjoy again what they did.
1914 Biographical Sketch in Jenson's "Latter-day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia"
I respect this sketch for it's relative completeness
Coincidental Meeting Leads to Preservation of Historic Home
Sat 03 Feb 2001
I remember vividly reading this article when I was a worker at the San Diego Temple on February 2001 Friday evening shortly after the article was published. I was shocked, but excited to see it. I had been out to Salem 8 years before that date to "discover" the same house.
Editor's Note: I (Jonathan Felt), was curious in December 2002 about the make up of the NHF household and others related to him. The result was the following:
Almost everyone is accounted for in 1880, but there are exceptions. The number one problem is finding Sarah Strange Felt who was NHF’s 2nd plural wife. Perhaps the family deliberately left her off the official count due to prejudice against those who practiced polygamy. However, NHF’s first wife was deceased and his 3rd wife Mary L. Silver had already married another man (William J. Silver). The inclusion of Sarah would not have raised any obvious suspicion in my opinion. There is also the question regarding Charles Baird. Who was Charles Baird?
1880 US Census
LEAVES FROM OLD ALBUMS, IN PARIS FIFTY YEARS AGO
Sat 28 Apr 1917
Photograph published Saturday April 28, 1917 in the Deseret Evening News
Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, 1847–1868
Fri 19 Sep 1856
Felt, N. H., "Correspondence from Bishop N. H. Felt," The Mormon, 15 Nov. 1856, 3.
Nathaniel H. Felt Chronology
Constantly updated to bring you the most up-to-date research sources for Nathaniel Henry Felt and related subjects.
Nathaniel H. Felt Family Association 2003 Reunion Report
Sun 22 Jun 2003
Read about our family reunion held 22 June 2003
NHF's Salem, Massachusetts
Slow work in progress notes about NHF's Salem experiences including people and document cross-references.
Mon 30 Jun 1845
NHF actually had two blessings. The first on June 30, 1845 by John Smith and the second July 18, 1845 by William Smith
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Salem; Home Where Brigham Young Learned of the Prophet's Martyrdom Preserved by Massachusetts Museum.
Sat 03 Feb 2001
Cover page of Church News, 3 Feb 2001
Salem's Ties to Mormonism Recalled
Sat 06 May 2000
The Mormon News was an interesting organization that summarized news from around the world when it pertained to the Latter-day Saints in general. This article is primarily about the Belmont Temple, but NHF is mentioned by name.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in New England
Wed 30 Aug 2000
Two news stories about Church members in New England and the 100th Temple of the Church mention NHF