Andrew Locy Rogers missionary diary

Andrew Locy Rogers missionary diary

Dates: 1909-1910

The diary documents Elder Rogers' mission to Ireland and Scotland. He served his mission from 1909-1910 and his diary documents his experiences in a series of communities. His diary also chronicles experiences with mission companions. He describes his interactions with other religious denominations, including the Presbyterian Church and the Young Men's Christian Association. His diary also includes original poetry and local humor.

  • Extent: 1 folder (0.1 linear ft.)
  • Creator: Rogers, Andrew Locy, 1854-1943
  • Call Number: MSS 6179
  • Repository: L. Tom Perry Special Collections; 19th Century Western & Mormon Manuscripts; 1130 Harold B. Lee Library; Brigham Young University; Provo, Utah 84602; http://sc.lib.byu.edu/
  • Access Restrictions: Open for public research.
  • Images: http://cdm15999.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15999coll24/id/32319
Languages and Scripts
English
Conditions of Use
It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances. Permission to publish material from the Andrew Locy Rogers missionary diary must be obtained from the Supervisor of Reference Services and/or the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Board of Curators.
Preferred Citation
Initial citation: MSS 6179; Andrew Locy Rogers missionary diary; 19th Century Mormon and Western Manuscripts; L. Tom Perry Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University. Following citations: MSS 6179, LTPSC.
Custodial History
Donated by Leonard Richards in 2008.
Acquisition Information
Donated; Leonard Richards; 2008.
Related Material
Life sketch of Andrew Locy Rogers; BX 8670.1 .R631. Papers, 1932; MSS SC 776. Autobiography and journal, 1882-1946; MSS 835. Autobiography and diary, 1882-1897; MSS FM 31.
Subject Terms
Material Types; Diaries; Missions and Missionaries; Mormonism (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints); Mormon missionaries--Diaries; Ireland--History--20th century; Scotland--History--20th century; Rogers, Andrew Locy, 1854-1943--Diaries; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints--Missions--Ireland; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints--Missions--Scotland
Processing Information
Processed; Katie Connors, student processor and John Murphy, curator; 2008.
Appraisal Information
19th Century Mormon and Western Manuscripts because the diary of Andrew Locy Rogers shows the influence of his western Mormon upbringing on the people of Ireland and Scotland.
Finding Aid ID Number
UPB_MSS6179
Finding Aid Title
Rogers (Andrew Locy) missionary diary
Finding Aid Author
Katie Connors, student processor and John Murphy, curator; 2008
Finding Aid Creator
This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on 2016-11-17 11:23:26 -0700.
Finding Aid Language
English
Biographical Info:

Biographical History

Andrew Locy Rogers (1854-1943) was a Utah native who helped establish a Mormon community in Northern Arizona.

Andrew Locy Rogers was born on December 19th, 1854 in Farmington, Utah, to Thomas Edward Rogers and Aurelia Read Spencer Rogers. Answering the call of President Brigham Young in 1876 for volunteers to help establish a Mormon community in Northern Arizona, Locy relocated immediately. On August 27th, 1879 he married Clara Maria Gleason in Salt Lake City. The couple soon returned to Arizona where they raised a family of ten children. Known as “Uncle Locy” or “Honest Locy” in his hometown of Snowflake, Arizona, Andrew Rogers also served two Mormon missions, one in Arizona as a young man and another to Ireland and Scotland when he was in his mid-fifties. His wife Clara died in 1932. Five years later, in 1937, he married Florence Evelyn Thomas Blaine. Andrew Rogers died November 20, 1943 in St. Johns, Arizona.



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