RIP Bill Bailey, a great man from North Ogden: www.standard.net/Obituaries/2016/05/18/William-Bill-Bailey.html Four friends pose for a staged photo while on a vacation in 1936. Jack Deamer, Bill Bailey, Verle Barker, & Lowell Shupe traveled from N.O. to see the Hollywood stars with only $17 among them. They used most of the money for car repairs, and then had to drive to a relative's home in California and borrow money to get back home. ... See MoreSee Less

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David Hunna BrownMy father in-law second from right. A Great man.

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Jody DeamerGood old uncle Jack, he was the greatest

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Chris BinghamHe was my great uncle super cool man, RIP BB, you will be missed!!

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Dianne ButlerVerl Barker was married to my great aunt Ruby he was such a nice man

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Joanie Talbot ParkerAwww, Great Picture!! Love it

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Zanaya Caldwell MarriottThis is the Best

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Boy Scouts from North Ogden Troop 28 participate in the reforestation of N.O. Canyon in 1942. Row 1: Owen Gibson, Gerald Gibson, and Bill Tidwell; Row 2: Junior Neuenschwander; Row 3: Karl Allred, Richard Layton, Junior Bates, Alton Mathie, and Lavere "Bud" Campbell. ... See MoreSee Less

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The North Ogden LDS Church's Junior Sunday School is shown in about 1948. We have only 19 people identified: Top, L-R; Ruth Manning, Marie Mathie, Clair Brown, Ward Barker, unidentified man & child, Dee Shupe, Heber Heiner, Glen Ward. Second row; Margaret Shupe, next 3 unidentified, Louise Berrett, Beth Ellis, Lucy Orton, Donna Chatelain, Marion Brown, ? Parker, Genevive Berrett, unidentified, Lula Randall, next 2 unidentified, Shirley Chandler, Janice Shupe, Cleone Randall. Row 6, second from left; Jerald Shaw. Let us know if you can help identify more! ... See MoreSee Less

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North Ogden Historical MuseumThanks to everyone for helping identify more faces!

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Steve Barth2nd row from the bottom, tenth from the left with the dark hair looks an awful lot like my dad, Lynn Barth.

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Susan LockeLove this picture. My mother was Margaret Shupe Berrong. Janice Shupe Burton was my aunt. Thank you for sharing.

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Warren JohnsGee, if this was 1948, I went to school with most of those on the first 3 or 4 rows and even blown up as high as I can do so, I'm having a hard time picking them out. However, when I have a couple of hours I'll do so. I will say President Heiner does jump out though!!

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Diane Johnnext to Margaret Shupe on second row is Nona Orton Searle, I think

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Laurie AsayColette Asay , is that mom on the 4th row, 7th from the right?

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Larry JensenThe girl on the right of Rosemary could be Mary Lou Woodfield .....maybe?

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Sylvia HuntWhere did you get that. I know most of the people. Could you email a copy?

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Diane JohnNext to Gerald Shaw (3rd in) Stephen Rich?

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Darlene GrantSylvia Hunt anyone you know in this picture?

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James BarkerJason, Jillian, Jeff, Ashlee, Jed, Jacob, Jesse, Lonnie Barker. Grandpa Ward Barker!

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Thomas Dunn helped build the Nauvoo Temple in 1839. He later immigrated to North Ogden and became the first N.O. LDS bishop. His home was located on the corner of 650 E. 2600 N. The home was used as the N.O. City office from 1952-1956. ... See MoreSee Less

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Denise StembridgeMy grandpa, William Henry Garner was born in this house. His parents must have bought it from the Dunns. My sister Jolene did an amazing painting of it several years ago.

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Dean LoftusHi Allison, I can remember going into this building with aunt Jeanette. It was the city offices at one time. Linda

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Amanda Hallows KoldewynThere's a member-built stake center there now. Where in relation to that building was it? So neat.

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Jeralyn DunnAll of our Dunn's were still in England when this was happening.

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Janell DunnThomas Dunn was Kevin's great great grandfather.

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Jeremiah JonesSo cool!

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