Since this is another peripheral line, I will not get to write much on this family. But this photo I thought deserved to be shared with others.
Maria Magdalena Wanner, the mother of this family in the photo, is the sister to my Johann Georg (John George) Wanner Jr.
William Addison Wagstaff was born 7 November 1860 in Kirstead, Pinxton, Derbyshire, England. He passed away 31 May 1931 in Ogden, Weber, Utah.
Maria Magdalena Wanner was born 12 Sepember 1873 in Grünkraut, Tübingen, Württemberg to Johann Georg Wanner and Anna Maria Schmid. Her whole family joined the LDS church in 1891 and immigrated to the US in 1892 settling in Logan, Cache, Utah. She passed away 23 October 1952 in Ogden.
William and Maria were married 17 June 1896 in the Logan LDS Temple. To this marriage were born 11 children. All of which were born in Glendale, Franklin (then Oneida County), Idaho.
George William Wagstaff born 26 January 1897, died 4 February 1897.
James Addison Wagstaff born 24 June 1898, died 14 March 1913.
Annie Eliza Wagstaff born 27 December 1899, died 20 December 1940. I do not think she married.
Wilford John Wagstaff born 28 August 1901, died 23 June 1903.
Parley Leroy Wagstaff born 9 April 1903, died 18 Jan 1996. Married Eliza Dorothea Blanch 14 March 1929.
Willard Lesley Wagstaff born 3 March 1905, died 21 January 1973. Married Mary Isabell Gibson 19 October 1927.
Jesse Olsen Wagstaff born 9 January 1907, died 27 October 1991. Married Berta Edna Gibby 28 October 1936.
Herbert Spencer Wagstaff born 11 November 1908, died 19 March 1962. I do not believe he married.
Edna Leona Wagstaff born 10 July 1910, died 11 January 1997. Married Horace Raymond Owen 10 March 1933.
Elsie Magdalena Wagstaff born 7 August 1912, died 4 December 1990. Married William C Coleman 17 January 1974. I do not know if she had a marriage before that.
Albert Wanner Wagstaff born 8 July1915, died 19 August 1970. Married Marvel Irene Higley 2 October 1948.
The entire family moved to West Weber, Weber, Utah after the last child and before 1920 and remained there the rest of their lives. Most of these children died in or near the Ogden area. One or two returned to the Preston, Franklin, Idaho area, probably due to relationships from before the move.
The individuals in the photograph above are as follows from left to right, front row consists of the three children in front. The photo above was taken about 1914 after James had died, but before Albert was born. Aren’t they a cute little family?
If you have more information to add to this family, I would be happy to correct or add to it.