Ira Ames

Ira Ames (1804-1869) was born 22 Sep. 1804 in Bennington Co., Vermont. He was the son of Ithamer Ames and Hannah Clark. He married Charity Carter. He was baptized Jun. 1832. He served in church leadership positions with Wilford Woodruff. He moved to Wellsville, Cache Co., Utah Territory and died 15 Jan. 1869.


Ira Ames (KWJP-FR4), "Family Tree," database, FamilySearch, accessed 4 Feb. 2022. Ira Ames, Wilford Woodruff Papers (, accessed 4 Feb. 2022). Ira Ames, The Joseph Smith Papers (, accessed 11 Jan. 2022).

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    Sept 5 1867 We held a Meeting at 10 oclok Prayer By Bishop Laton O Hyde spoke 55, Capt Hooper spoke 20, Br Shipp 8, & President Young 28 Minutes. we rode to Brigham City to Elder Lorenzo Snows we held a Meeting at at 3 oclok Prayer By Edward Stephenson. O Pratt spoke 11 Minutes John Taylor 20, President Young 13 Minutes [blank] 20.
    September 6, 1867 September 7, 1867 September 8, 1867
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    DESERET AGRICULTURAL & MANUFACTURING SOCIETY Diploma. lST CLASS. Awarded to Wilford Woodruff of Great Salt Lake City for the best specimen of Black Jersey. at the Annual Exhibition in Great Salt Lake City. 1857. Awarding Committee William H. Hooper, John Lyon, Leonard. W. Hardy, Ira Ames and Nathan H. Felt. Rob: L. Campbell Secy Edw. Hunter Prest ...
    November 30, 1856