George Conrad Naegle

Birth Date
1860 October 1
Death Date
1935 July 29
Gender
Male
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Born in Lehi, Utah, Utah Territory, United States

1860 October 1
Mother
Rosannah Zimmerman
Father
John Conrad Naegle Sr.

Baptized by John C. Naegle

1871 (Age 10)

Married Sabra Higbee

1880 February 18 (Age 19)

Served in Swiss and German Mission

1884 April–1886 May (Age 23) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Proselytizing
Marital Status
Married
Priesthood Office
Seventy
Residence When Called
Toquerville, Washington, Utah Territory, United States
Set Apart By
F M Lyman
Additional Notes

His mission call was changed to Turkey in December 1884 and he and Jacob Spori left from Switzerland for Constantinople. However, when the two reached Italy they learned that they had insufficient means to get both of them to Constantinople. So Naegle turned back and returned to his original mission.

Images
Missionaries in Bern
Mission Photo

Arrived in Field

1884 May 21 (Age 23)

Arrived at Home

1886 June 8 (Age 25)

Served in Swiss and German Mission

1894 January 19–May 1 (Age 33) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Proselytizing
Marital Status
Plurally Married
Priesthood Office
High-priest
Residence When Called
Pacheco, Mexico
Set Apart By
Heber J Grant
Additional Notes

He was appointed mission president on 1 May 1894 at the release of John H. Stocker.

Served With

Arrived in Field

1894 February 16 (Age 33)

Called as President to Swiss and German Mission

1894 May–1897 January (Age 33) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Proselytizing
Marital Status
Plurally Married
Priesthood Office
High-priest
Residence When Called
Swiss and German Mission
Set Apart By
Heber J Grant
Images
Mission photo, Swiss-German Mission, about 1895
The Naegles
George and Sabra Naegle
Bern Conference, Swiss and German Mission, 2 June 1895
Served With

Death

1935 July 29 (Age 74)
Media
George Conrad Naegle (1860 - 1935) Profile
Missionaries in Bern
Mission Photo
Mission photo, Swiss-German Mission, about 1895
The Naegles
George and Sabra Naegle
Bern Conference, Swiss and German Mission, 2 June 1895