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Samuel E. Holt
Fall Weenie Roast

Monday, September 24, 2018
(yes, this coming Monday)
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Remember to bring your own:

  • hot dogs, buns and condiments
  • salad or dessert to share
  • paper plates, cups, utensils
  • a blanket or chairs to sit on for your family

Most importantly bring yourself and your loved ones to spend time together!

The fire pit will be ready by 6:00 pm
Apologies for the short notice!

623-535-3497

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We will still be having a Holt Family Easter Party this year! It will just be slightly delayed. Please let your families know that we will have the party on Saturday, May 5, 2018 at the Holt Farmstead in South Jordan.

As before, there will be memorabilia items that can be purchased:

  • Of Dugouts and Spires: The History of South Jordan, Utah – $20
  • Historical Throw – $40
  • *New* Picture of the Samuel Holt Family – $1

The Holt Family Homestead is on Holt Farm Lane in South Jordan. The address is right off 1300 W and 10300 South. Here is a Google Map link:

250-705-2768

The fire pit will be ready at 11:30 am with a family group picture at 1:00 pm.

All families should bring their own:

  • drinks
  • hot dogs and buns
  • any condiments you would like
  • plates, cups and utensils
  • blanket, or chairs, or ever a small outdoor table to stake out their site at the gathering

Water and wood (to roast) will be provided.

If families want to share off the main table, they should bring one of the following:

  • a dish of some kind for the main table such as jello salad, green salad, potato salad
  • a dessert of some kind such as cake, cookies, brownies, etc. (careful with ice cream!)
  • anything that you think would be a nice contribution to the picnic

If you or anyone you know would like to receive updates about Holt family activities and info, you can sign up for email alerts here:

/www.samueleholt.com/email-list/

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The annual Easter Weenie Roast at Aunt Mame’s house is coming up on Saturday, April 15, 2017!

This year there will be memorabilia items that can be purchased:

  • Of Dugouts and Spires: The History of South Jordan, Utah – $20
  • Historical Throw – $40

As with all our parties, the roast will be held at the Holt Family Homestead on Holt Farm Lane in South Jordan. The address is right off 1300 W and 10300 South. Here is a Google Map link:

/goo.gl/Hw1Jg5

The roast will start at 11:00 am.

All families should bring their own:

  • drinks
  • hot dogs and buns
  • any condiments you would like
  • plates, cups and utensils
  • blanket, or chairs, or ever a small outdoor table to stake out their site at the gathering

Water and wood (to roast) will be provided.

If families want to share off the main table, they should bring one of the following:

  • a dish of some kind for the main table such as jello salad, green salad, potato salad
  • a dessert of some kind such as cake, cookies, brownies, etc. (careful with ice cream!)
  • anything that you think would be a nice contribution to the picnic

If you or anyone you know would like to receive updates about Holt family activities and info, you can sign up for email alerts here:

/www.samueleholt.com/email-list/

Everyone, please note that we have changed our website address from

samueleholt.org

to

samueleholt.com

Please use samueleholt.com or auntmame.com from now on to access the website. Also, all emails will now come from samueleholt.com. Please add this to your whitelist or address book to make sure you receive our email updates.

It’s time again for the Fall Birthday Party! It will be at (972) 728-2559 (click for map) on September 12, 2016 from 6 pm to dark.

Note that this year we will take a group picture at 7:00 pm!

  • Bring your own hot dogs, buns, and condiments
  • Bring salad or dessert to share
  • Bring paper plates, cups, utensils, and a blanket or chairs to sit on for your family
  • Fire pit will be ready and rarin’ by 6 pm

Also available for purchase this year:

  • “Of Dugouts & Spires” (History of So. Jordan) – $20
  • So. Jordan Historic Lap Throw – $40
  • 8×10 Photos of Samuel Holt Family

Please forward this to any family members who may not be on the email list. Anyone can signup for email alerts on the right side of the website!

Download the Fall Birthday flyer

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Painting by Greg Newbold

The annual Easter Weenie Roast at Aunt Mame’s house is coming up on March 26, 2016!

As with last year, the roast will be held at the Holt Family Homestead on Holt Farm Lane in South Jordan. The address is right off 1300 W and 10300 South. Here is a Google Map link:

/goo.gl/Hw1Jg5

The roast will start at 11:00 am.

All families should bring their own:

  • drinks
  • hot dogs and buns
  • any condiments you would like
  • plates, cups and utensils
  • blanket, or chairs, or ever a small outdoor table to stake out their site at the gathering

Water and wood (to roast) will be provided.

roastIf families want to share off the main table, they should bring one of the following:

  • a dish of some kind for the main table such as jello salad, green salad, potato salad, or
  • a dessert of some kind such as cake, cookies, brownies, etc. (careful with ice cream!)
  • large bag of chips, or
  • anything that you think would be a nice contribution to the picnic

If you or anyone you know would like to receive updates about Holt family activities and info, you can sign up for email alerts here:

/www.samueleholt.com/email-list/

hotdogPlease come attend the Fall Birthday Party. It will be at The Farmstead (click for map) on September 14, 2015 from 6 pm to dark.

  • Bring hot dogs and goodies
  • Bring salad or dessert to share
  • Bring paper plates, cups, utensils, and a blanket or chairs to sit on
  • Fire pit will be ready and rarin’ by 6 pm

Forward this to any family members who may not be on the email list. Anyone can signup for email alerts on the right side of this website!

Download the Fall Birthday flyer

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Want to know more about the personal histories of Samuel and Margaret Holt and their ancestors?

  • Did you know that Samuel’s farm once served as the bishop’s tithing storehouse
  • and that Margaret was the “Goddess of Liberty” in a parade when Samuel first became interested in her?
  • Their ancestors were prominent figures in the eighteen hundreds.
  • Samuel’s mother, Ann Harrison delivered 500 babies as a midwife.
  • Margaret’s father, Henry Byram Beckstead was the first Sexton of the South Jordan cemetery
  • and her mother, Catherine Egbert was the first child born in West Jordan.
  • Margaret’s grandfather, Henry Beckstead helped rescue the stranded Willie and Martin handcart companies.
  • Her great grandfather, Alexander Beckstead and his family were personally rescued by the Prophet Joseph Smith when they were surrounded by a mob as they arrived in Missouri.

Read the stories about Samuel and Margaret Holt and their ancestors by going to the free web site, 5033795197 sponsored by the LDS Church. Log in and simply look up the name of any of these people. Click on their name, then click on stories and photos. If you have additional stories or pictures to add, please do so.

roastA couple of updates regarding the Weenie Roast. The roast will begin at 11:00 AM (not noon). Also, families should bring their own plates and utensils to eat with. Please bring a salad or dessert to share with others.

If you or anyone you know would like to receive updates about Holt family activities and info, you can sign up for email alerts here:

/www.samueleholt.com/email-list/

 

Samuel E. Holt Farmstead

Painting by Greg Newbold

The annual Easter Weenie Roast at Aunt Mame’s house is coming up on April 4, 2015!

As with last year, the roast will be held at the Holt Family Homestead on Holt Farm Lane in South Jordan. The address is right off 1300 W and 10300 South. Here is a Google Map link:

/goo.gl/Hw1Jg5

The roast will start at noon.

All families should bring their own drinks, hot dogs and buns, and any condiments you would like. Water and wood (to roast) will be provided. Families should bring a blanket, or chairs, or ever a small outdoor table to stake out their site at the gathering.

This is a BYODHDAB (bring your own drinks, hot dogs, and buns). However, if families want to share off the main table, they should bring one of the following:

  • a dish of some kind for the main table
    • such as jello salad, green salad, potato salad, or
  • a dessert of some kind
    • such as cake, cookies, brownies, etc. (careful with ice cream)
  • large bag of chips, or
  • anything that you think would be a nice contribution to the picnic

See you there!