She was married to EDWARD JOSEPH ROY. Children were: EVELYN LUCILLE ROY.
She was married to SAMUEL SMITH on 7 Jun 1857. Children were: DELINA CAROLINE SMITH, JACOB SMITH, ROSE EMMA SMITH, ELIZA M. NETTIE SMITH, LORENZO D. SMITH, CYNTHIA SMITH, VILATE SMITH, EDESSIA SMITH, JANET LAURA SMITH, THEODORE SMITH, TOBIAS G. SMITH.
She was married to WALTER CHARLES DUNCOMBE.
He was married to NANNIE MACLAY.
He was married to SARAH WOODING on 10 Jul 1815.
He was sealed to spouse on 8 Jan 1850 in the Manti, Utah LDS temple. WAS
SEALED AGAIN IN THE IDAHO TEMPLE ON 13 APRIL 1993 THE FAMILY WAS BAPTIZED
OCTOBER 1841. NO MORE IS KNOWN OF DANIEL WILLIAM SMITH AT THIS TIME, HE MAY HAVE
DIED BEFORE THE FAMILY SAILED OR DURING THE TRIP.
THE FAMILY DECIDED TO JOIN THE SAINTS IN NAUVOO AND SO THEY SAILED FROM LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND ON THE SHIP "SWANTON", ON JANUARY 16, 1843, UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF LORENZO SNOW. THEY LANDED IN NEW ORLEANS, THEN UP THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER TO NAUVOO. THEY SETTLED IN NAUVOO AND PROBABLY HAD SOME GOOD YEARS BEFORE LEAVING NAUVOO FOR THE WEST. THEY CROSSED THE PLAINS TO UTAH IN THE 1ST DIVISION OF BRIGHAM YOUNG'S COMPANY, ARRIVING IN THE VALLEY ON THE 20TH OF SEPTEMBER 1848.
DANIEL WAS A BUSINESSMAN, WHO APPARENTLY WAS BELOW HER STATION IN LIFE, SO HER FATHER DISOWNED HER. SARAH'S FATHER, LORD JAMES WOODING, ON LEARNING OF HER CONVERSION TO MORMONISM, DISINHERITED HIS DAUGHTER AS WELL. SARAH'S MOTHER, MARY DAINTON WOODING, DID NOT DISOWN SARAH, UNBEKNOWNISH TO HER HUSBAND, SHE VISITED WITH SARAH OFTEN. Children were: GEORGE SMITH, SAMUEL SMITH, ANN SMITH, JAMES WILLIAM SMITH, WILLIAM SMITH, JANE LOUISA SMITH, MARY ANN SMITH, JOHN WOODING SMITH, DANIEL SMITH, JABEZ SMITH.
She was married to JOSIAH AUSTIN HAMMER on 18 Mar 1885.
She was married to SQUIRE THOMAS SHEPHARD.
He was married to FRANCES. AFTER HIS FATHER DIED, HE TOOK OVER THE ESTATE. Children were: RICHARD SMITH.
He was married to JUDITH ANN CORBIN on 26 Oct 1894 in GLENCOE, EMMONS CO., NORTH DAKOTA.
He was married to ELEANOR MACLAY. Children were: JOHN M. SMITH .
He was married to MARY ANN HARTLE. Children were: HERBERT ALEXANDER SMITH.
She was married to JESSE TURPIN on 16 Apr 1846. She was sealed to spouse on 29 Apr 1993 in the Manti, Utah LDS temple. SEALED AGAIN ON 10 NOV 1993, IN THE IDAHO FALLS TEMPLE. AND THEN AGAIN ON 28 JULY 1993 IN THE ST. GEORGE TEMPLE. JESSE, LOUISA AND THEIR INFANT SON CAME TO UTAH IN BRIGHAM YOUNG'S COMPANY. LOUISA RELATES ONE EXPERIENCE SHE HAD WHEN THEY WERE CROSSING A RIVER, SHE CLUNG TO THE HORM OF THE OXEN WITH ONE ARM AND HELD THE CHILD IN THE OTHER, THE CURRENT WAS VERY SWIFT AND SHE WAS GLAD WHEN THEY WERE ACROSS. Children were: JESSE RICHARD TURPIN, SARAH JANE SMITH TURPIN, NANCY ANN TURPIN.
She was married to JOHN ALFRED VAN. Children were: VAN, ROSENA JULIA VAN.
She was married to SAMUEL SINCLAIR CRAWFORD. She was divorced from SAMUEL SINCLAIR CRAWFORD. Children were: CRAWFORD, CRAWFORD.
She was married to
SAMUEL SMITH on 7 Jun 1857. SHE WAS THE 4TH WIFE
OF SAMUEL SMITH. IN HER JOURNAL, SHE WRITES OF HER LIFE IN BRIGHAM CITY. WHEN
HER FIRST BABY WAS TWO WEEKS OLD, THE UNITED STATES ARMIES WERE EXPECTED TO WIPE
THIS PEOPLE (MORMONS) OFF THE EARTH AND THE PEOPLE WERE TOLD BY CHURCH LEADERS
TO MOVE SOUTH TO UTAH COUNTY. SHE WAS TOO ILL TO TRAVEL SO WAS LEFT BEHIND WITH
ONE OR TWO OTHER WOMEN WHO WERE ALSO TOO ILL. ONLY ONE MAN, THE SHERIFF, WAS
LEFT TO GUARD THE TOWN. AFTER A WEEK OR SO, HER HUSBAND, SAMUEL RETURNED , BEING
SO WORRIED ABOUT HER, AND MOVED HER SOUTH ON HER BED.
SHE WITNESSED THE TIME WHEN IT WAS ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO RAISE ENOUGH BREAD STUFF TO SUBSIST ON, DURING THE GRASSHOPPER AND CRICKET FAMINE OF 7 YEARS. THEY WOULD GO T THE HILL SIDES AND FARM LANDS AND HUNT ROOTS OF VARIOUS PLANTS WHICH THEY USED TO TAKE THE PLACE OF CEREALS AND GRAINS. WILD MINT FROM WILLOW PATCHES FOR TEA AND DRIED CARROTS GROUND FOR COFFEE OR A BURNT CRUST OF BREAD IF ANY WERE TO BE HAD. ALL THESE THINGS WENT TO MAKE PEOPLE VERY INDEPENDENT AND LEARN TO KEEP THEMSELVES WITHOUT MONEY.
SHE WAS THE FIRST MILLINER BRIGHAM CITY HAD FOR MANY YEARS. SHE AND HER CHILDREN WOULD ALSO FOLLOW THE THRESHING MACHINES AND GET THE CONSENT OF THE FARMERS TO LET THEM TAKE THE BUNDLES OF GRAIN AND CUT THE HEADS OFF INTO A SHEET AND THEN WOULD CARRY THE STRAW HOME WHERE SHE WOULD MAKE IT INTO BRAID FOR HATS. SHE MADE ALL SORTS OF HATS FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN AND PEOPLE WOULD COME FROM ALL OVER THE COUNTRY TO BUY HER HATS. Children were: ABRAHAM SMITH, LETITIA SMITH, THOMAS SMITH, JAMES GEORGE SMITH, LESLIE SMITH, LESTER SMITH, ERNEST C. SMITH, CHARLES ELI SMITH.
She was married to NEPHI LINDSAY ATWOOD on 25 Jul 1920.
He was married to COPELLA MOORE on 15 Feb 1905 in WILFORD, FREMONT COUNTY, IDAHO.
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