|Willet Shave Harder 7 June 1822 - 13 May 1902|
As written by Ora May Anderson, LaRee's mother and Willet and Sarah's great-granddaughter: "Willet S Harder was a traveling Elder for over 10 years in England before he saild for Utah in 1861. He was bishop of a ward that was organized on the ship of the immigrants there. He was overseer of the company as the traveled to Florence and was gaurd all the way across the plains. He came in the Ira Eldredge Company and reached Coallville on September 11, 1861. Sarah Spicer sailed 4th of June, 1863. When they reached New York, the Civil War was on in the States and they had to go up through Canada then to Omaha. From there she travelled with the Rosel Hydes Company to Utah, reaching Coalvill October 12, 1863. She married Willet Harder on November 21, 1863."
|Anderson Family Plot, Francis Cemetery, Francis, UT|
Willet Shave Harder's headstone reads:
"We miss thee from our homeland,
We miss thee from thy place.
Our home is dark without thee,
We miss the sunshine of thy face."