Announcing the 2007 Milo Andrus Family Reunion

Salt Lake City, UT
June 15-16, 2007

Come connect with your heritage.


Activities will include:

  • Touring Milo Andrus’ home at “This is The Place” Heritage Park
  • Making new friends and connecting with old ones
  • Reports on the newest genealogical information
  • Election of new family organization officers
  • Displays and presentations on Milo and his family
  • Wife line meetings


(All activities are provided to you free of charge.)

Friday, June 15, 2007

All Day
Attend the Bountiful and Salt Lake Temples
(For descendants of Milo who are members of the LDS Church. See below for information on organized sessions. Update: There will be no oragnized sessions, however, we encourage you to attend sessions in small groups or on your own.)


Individual Wife Line Meetings
Various locations (see details below)

Saturday, June 16, 2007

Pancake Breakfast
LDS Chapel — 4032 S. 2300 E., Holladay, Utah. See map below.

Picture displays for each wife line will be set up during breakfast (if you have pictures to show related to your wife line, please bring them, they will also be used in displays in the afternoon)


Business Meeting
LDS Chapel — 4032 S. 2300 E., Holladay, Utah. See map below.

  • Genealogical Research Update
  • Financial Report
  • Web Site Report
  • Election of General Officers (president, vice-president, secretary/treasurer, research coordinator, and information coordinator)
  • Reports from Wife Line Representatives
  • Preview of the events of the rest of the day

Free Time
Suggested activities:

  • Visit Milo’s grave site in Holladay (See map below.)
  • Tour “This Is The Place” Heritage Park with your family. (See map below. Admission to the park will be provided by the family organization.)
  • Lunch on your own

Registration Opens — “This is The Place” Heritage Park

The Bowery at “This is The Place” Heritage Park
(See map below.)


Historical Displays, Entertainment, and Brief Presentations About Milo and His Family
The Bowery at “This is The Place” Heritage Park


Program: “The Life and Wives of Milo Andrus” — a new play written about Milo Andrus and each of his wives. Written and researched by DeLane Andrus Hyer and Laura Anderson, it represents hundreds of hours of work and will be fantastic.
The Bowery at “This is The Place” Heritage Park


Admission to “This is the Place” Heritage Park will be paid for by the family organization. When entering the park, identify yourself as part of the Milo Andrus family.


This information will be updated as more details become available.



Breakfast and Business Meeting

LDS Chapel
4032 S 2300 E
Holladay, Utah


This chapel is across the street from Olympus High School, near the LDS Seminary building.

“This Is the Place” Heritage Park

“This Is The Place” Heritage Park is located at the entrance of Emigration Canyon, in the north east area of Salt Lake City. It is just south of the University of Utah and accross the street from Utah’s Hogle Zoo.

For more information about the park visit the “This Is The Place” Heritage Park Website.

Milo’s Grave Site

Memorial Estates Cemetery, 4900 Memory Lane, Holladay, Utah


Wife Line Meetings

Friday, June 15, 2007

Abigail Jane Daley

  • Place: LDS chapel, Pleasant View 1st/2nd/3rd Ward, 650 East Stadium Avenue, Provo, Utah (north side of Provo MTC.)
  • Time: 6:30pm
  • Contact for more information: Dale C. Andrus (

Sarah Ann Miles

  • Place: LDS chapel, Holladay 18th/28th Ward, 2625 East Milo Way, Holladay, Utah (turn east on Holladay Blvd. at 4910 South.)
  • Time:4:00pm-8:00pm
  • Contact for more information: Irene Witmer (

Lucy Loomis Tuttle

  • Place: LDS stake center, 4th North and 5th West, Spanish Fork, Utah
  • Time: 5:30pm-9:00pm
  • Contact for more information: Cyrus Milo McKell ( )

Adeline Alexander

  • Place: LDS chapel, Bountiful 12th Ward, 1476 North 300 West, Bountiful, Utah
  • Time: 5:00pm-9:00pm
  • Contact for more information: Berwyn Andrus (

Mary Ann Webster

  • Details coming soon.

Ann Brooks

  • Place: LDS chapel, Holladay 18th/28th Ward, 2625 East Milo Way, Holladay, Utah (Turn east on Holladay Blvd. at 4910 South.)
  • Time: 10:00am-1:00pm
  • Contact for more information: Katherine Bowthorpe (

Jane Lancaster Munday

  • Place: Benson Grist Mill, 325 Highway 138, Stansbury Park (Tooele County), Utah (Directions: Take I-80 West from Salt Lake City. Take Exit 99 to State Route 36 South. Turn right on State Route 138 in Mills Junction.)
  • Time: The reunion will begin at 5:00 p.m. The park will be open from 3:00 p.m. for your use.
  • Dinner: There will be a very large grill for cooking meat. Everyone should bring their own meat dish to cook on the grill. In addition, everyone should bring a pot luck dish of their choosing. Plates, cups, utensils, drink and dessert will be provided. If you live close by you might think about providing dishes needing refrigeration and those from further away could provide items that do not require it. There will be activities for children, a short business meeting, and lots of time for visiting.
  • Contact for more information: G. Rich Andrus (

Margaret Ann Boyce

  • Place: Olympus LDS stake center, 2675 East 4430 South, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Time: 6:00pm-9:00pm
  • What to Bring: Historical photos and family histories to share.
  • Contact for more information: Afton Buchanan (

Emma Covert

  • Place: The home of Ronald M. Morgan, 1158 Moyle Drive, Alpine, Utah
  • Time: 6:00pm
  • Contact for more information: Ronald M. Morgan (

Francenia Lucy Tuttle
(Combined with the Lucy Loomis Tuttle meeting)



One Response to “Announcing the 2007 Milo Andrus Family Reunion”

  1. Teresa Quigley on September 30th, 2015 5:02 pm

    Hello! I am the grand daughter of Angus Franklin Pierce. He was a good friend of Alma Archibald Andrus in their growing up years. They also served as missionary companions in the southern states. My grandpa didn’t leave a lot along the lines of written history. I have noticed though that your relative Alma Archibald Andrus did keep a missionary journal. I’m wondering if there is a way to read this possibly digitally or otherwise to glean the mission experience of my grandpa as well his? Also, if there are any relatives that remember anything of the Pierce family? Thank you so much for your time!:)

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