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Philo Dibble (1806-1895)

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Person identifier: KWJ5-25V
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Name:
Philo Dibble  
Gender:
Male  
Birth:

June 6, 1806

Peru, Pittsfield, Massachusetts

 
Christening:

 

 
Death:

June 7, 1895

Springville, Utah, Utah

 
Burial:

Springville, Utah, Utah

 
     

 

Life History

  1. Philo Dibble's Narrative (Dibble, 1881) 69KB
  2. Philo Dibble's Reminiscences of Early Church History and the Prophet Joseph Smith (Smith & Smith, 1995) 7MB
  3. The Infant Church Expands (see pp. 81-82) (Church Educational System, 2003) 478KB
  4. Nauvoo Land Records for Philo Dibble (Land and Records Research Center, 2006) pdf 3MB
  5. Mapping Historic Nauvoo (Jeffress, 1992) pdf 2MB
  6. Philo Dibble Record (Nauvoo Land and Records Research Center, 2006) pdf 4MB
    1. Family Group Record by Nauvoo Land and Records
    2. Nauvoo Temple Endowment Register
    3. Reference information on life, birth date, birth place, parent's data, spouse's name, marriate date, marriage place, children's data, death date, LDS church ordinance data, residency data, property, tax list, vocation data
    4. Early Mormon Records from Nauvoo, vol. 1, p. 79, by Lyman De Platt
    5. Members of the Nauvoo Legion by John Sweeney
    6. History of the Church (vol. 1), p. 431 by Joseph Smith
    7. Our Pioneer Heritage (vol. 12), p. 170
    8. Individual Affidavits from the LDS Historical Department, p. 187
    9. "One of the Most Interesting Seeneries that can be Found in Zion": Philo Dibble's Museum and Panorama, Nauvoo Journal (vol. 9), p.25 by Noel A. Carmack
    10. History of Philo Dibble from the files at Nauvoo, Illinois
    11. Philo Dibble's Narrative
    12. Pioneer Details on Philo Dibble

 

 

 

 

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Map of Events

Parents Source
Father: Orator Dibble Birth: 1777 Death: 1817  
Mother: Beulah Pomroy Birth: 1777 Death: 1871  
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Spouses Source
Husband: Philo Dibble Birth: 1806 Death: 1896  
Wife: Celia (or Cecilia) Kent Birth: 1803 Death: 1840  
  Marriage: 1828-1829  
Children  
1st Child: Eliza Ann Dibble Birth: 1829 Death: 1891  
2nd Child: Sidney Dibble Birth: 1831 Death: 1909  
3rd Child: Emma Dibble Birth: 1834 Death: 1924  
4th Child: Philo Dibble Birth: 1835 Death: 1915  
5th Child: Phylander Dibble Birth: 1838 Death: 1877  

 

Ancestors of Philo Dibble

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Descendents of Philo Dibble

Surname List

 

Individual Ordinances

Status Ordinance Completion Date Location
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Baptism October 16, 1830  
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Confirmation October 16, 1830  
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Initiatory December 13, 1845 Nauvoo Illinois Temple
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Endowment December 13, 1845 Nauvoo Illinois Temple

 

Sealings

Status Ordinance Completion Date Location
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Sealing to Parents February 24, 1921 Salt Lake City Utah Temple
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Sealing to Spouse

Celia or Cecilia Kent

January 15, 1846 Nauvoo Illinois Temple
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Sealing to Spouse

Hannah Ann Dubois

January 15, 1846 Nauvoo Illinois Temple

Sources

 

Dibble, Philo. (1881). Philo Dibble’s Narrative. In Early Scenes in Church History: Faith-Promoting Series, no. 8
(pp. 70-96). Salt Lake City: Juvenile Instructor Office.

 

Church Educational System. (2003). Church History in the Fulness of Times, Student Manual: The History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (pp. 81-82). Salt Lake City, Utah: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

 

Jeffress, Melinda Evans. (1992). Mapping Historic Nauvoo. BYU Studies, 32(1,2), 269-275.

 

Nauvoo Land and Records Research Center. (2006). Nauvoo Land Records for Philo Dibble.

 

Nauvoo Land and Records Research Center. (2006). Philo Dibble Record.

 

Smith, Marilyn A., and Celia Smith. (1995). Philo Dibble's Reminiscences of Early Church History and the Prophet Joseph Smith. Self-published for friends and family. 67 pages.

 

 

 

 

Additional Sources that need to be Collected:

 

Bitton, Davis. (). Guide to Mormon Diaries and Autobiographies.

 

Call, Michel. Index to the Mormon Pioneer Genealogy Library.

 

Cannon, Don. (). Far West Record, pp. 257-258.

 

Carter, Kate. (1958). Our Pioneer Heritage (vol. 12), p. 170.

 

Hancock County Tax List 1842.

 

Illinois, Hancock County Federal Census, 1940.

 

Illinois, Nauvoo City Tax Lists 1841-1843.

 

Iowa, Pottawattamie County, Federal Census for 1840.

 

Johnston, Clark. (). LDS Missouri Petitions of 1830s.

 

Lap, Van Buren, Jr. (). Dibble Family. Genealogical Magazine (vol. 2, p. 266; vol. 3, p. 413; vol. 5, p. 783).

 

Nauvoo Federal Census for 1842.

 

Nauvoo Temple Endowment Register 1845-1846.

 

Platt, Lyman. (1980). Nauvoo: Early Mormon ... Series 1839-1846.

 

RLDS Name Authority Card Catalog.

 

Smith, James. (). Nauvoo Social History Project.

 

Smith, Joseph. (). History of the Church (vol. 1). p. 431.

 

Temple Index Bureau.

 

Utah Federal Census for 1860, 1870

 

Wiggins, Marvin. (). Mormons and their Neighbors. Pioneer Journals, p. 1.