A historical Novel
It took Marjory Fullmer many years to finish writing her great-grandfather, John Law Blythe's life history. A promise kept when her Mother gave her his diaries.
She is very grateful and indebted to her son, Glen Fullmer, who introduced her to the computer and with much patience helped to get her book ready to publish.
Her daughter, Jean McPherron, helped edit it, as did Jean Bradshaw Boyce but the errors they did not catch are strictly her own.
Richard Ira Elkins gave her permission to use some stories from his books "Ira Hatch Indian Missionary, "PU -AM -EY" and the " The Honeymoon Trail", Juanita Brook's two books, "The Mountain Meadow Massacre" and "Emma" has given her research of John D. Lee's life, more details. She suggests you read these books. She is a widow with none of her six children living near-by, but scattered over five Western States.
She thanks her cousins, Rhea Hatch Wride and her sister, Vivian Grindstaff for the encouragement and help they gave her.