He was married to DARLA FERN BRANDHAM in LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, CANADA.
He was married to ANNE MAY MACLAY in 1927 in LOLO, MISSOULA CO., MONTANA.
He was married to ELIZABETH WIDNEY on 2 Jun 1874. Children were: JOSEPH WILLIAM LEGGETT , BESSIE ARABELLA LEGGETT, WILSON WIDNEY LEGGETT, CHARLES JOHN LEGGETT, JOHN WIDNEY LEGGETT, ROBERT MACLAY LEGGETT.
He was married to LINDA ANN MACLAY in Oct 1979.
She was married to IVAN EUGENE WORKMAN.
She was married to LEO CONRAD NIELSEN on 16 May 1917 in LOGAN, CACHE CO., UTAH.
He was married to UNKNOWN. Children were: JOSEPHINE LESESNE.
She was married to MAJOR CALVIN DEWITT M.D. on 27 Apr 1877. Children were: WALLACE DEWITT, LESESNE DEWITT, MARY WALLACE DEWITT.
Children were: DIANE PATRICIA LEWIS, LINDA JAYNE LEWIS, VICKIE IRENE LEWIS.
She was married to JOSIAH ELSTON on 30 Sep 1789. Children were: JESSE ELSTON, JOSIAH ELSTON, ESTHER ELSTON, REBECCA ELSTON, POLLY ELSTON, AMELIA ELSTON, MILLY ELSTON, JOSIAH ELSTON, NANCY JANE ELSTON, MICAJAH ELSTON, LUCY ELSTON, POLLY ELSTON, JOHN ELSTON, SARAH ELSTON, WILLIAM ELSTON.
He was married to VERA NIELSEN on 5 Sep 1917.
He was married to REBECCA CHRISTINA NIELSON on 12 Dec 1923.
She was married to JOHN WILLIAM MCLEAN. Children were: ELIZABETH GADDES MCLEAN.
She was married to DUCLEAU. Children were: ANNA ELIZABETH DUCLEAU .
She was married to SAMUEL SMITH on 12 Oct 1827 in
HELMEL-- HEMPSTEAD, HERTFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND. IN THE PARISH CHURCH OF THAT TOWN.
THE MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE LISTED SAMUEL AS A "MINOR" AND MARY ANN AS BEING OF "FULL AGE", AS SHE WAS 7 YEARS OLDER THAN HE. She was sealed to spouse in 1861 in the Endowment House. ON 15 JANUARY 1843, SAMUEL SMITH, HIS WIFE MARY ANN LINE AND THEIR INFANT DAUGHTER MARY ANN, HIS PARENTS DANIEL WILLIAM AND SARAH SMITH, SISTERS JANE LOUISA AND MARY ANN, BROTHER JOHN WOODING WENT TO LIVERPOOL AND SAILED FOR AMERICA. THEIR DESTINATION WAS NAUVOO, ILLINOIS, WHERE THEY ARRIVED IN APRIL OF 1843. THEY SAILED ON THE SHIP "SWANTON". THEIR LEADER WAS LORENZO SNOW. ONCE THE SWANTON DOCKED IN NEW ORLEANS, ON 16 MARCH 1843, THE SMITHS MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO MAKE THE 1,000 MILE JOURNEY UP THE MISSISSIPPI ON THE RIVERBOAT "AMARANTH".
IN 1846, SAMUELS FAMILY WAS COMPELLED TO LEAVE NAUVOO WITH THE OTHER SAINTS, CROSSING THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER ON THE ICE. THEY LEFT WITH THOUSANDS OF OTHER SAINTS, WITH THE ULTIMATUM OF EITHER LEAVE NAUVOO OR DIE. SAMUEL AND MARY WERE RELUCTANT TO LEAVE, THEY DID NOT HAVE ENOUGH GOODS TO SEE THEM THROUGH THE RUGGED TRIP WEST. IT WAS 4 AND A 1/2 YEARS BEFORE THEY FINALLY GOT TO SALT LAKE CITY.
ONCE IN IOWA, SAMUEL SENT HIS FAMILY, WITH LORENZO SNOW TO A SETTLEMENT AT MOUNT PISGAH. SAMUEL STAYED BEHIND TO MAKE CONTRACTS THAT HELPED MANY BRETHREN WITH EMPOLYMENT, WHICH ENABLED THEM TO PROCURE MEANS TO CONTINUE THEIR JOURNEY.
THEIR FIRST HOME WAS IN THE OLD FORT, BUT A SHORT TIME AFTER ARRIVING IN SALT LAKE, SAMUEL MOVED HIS FAMILY TO BIG COTTONWOOD, 10 MILES SOUTH OF SALT LAKE CITY. SAMUEL FOUND WORK AS A WATERMASTER, IT WAS HIS JOB TO PARCEL OUT THE PRECIOUS IRRIGATION WATER TO THE SETTLERS ALONG HIS CANAL ROUTE.
IN THE SPRING OF 1850, SAMUEL, WITH HIS FAMILY, STARTED FOR THE MOUNTAINS. THEY WERE CONTINUALLY HARRASSED BY MOBBERS UNTIL THEY REACHED THE ENCAMPMENT OF THE SAINTS ON THE MISSOURI RIVER. HERE SAMUEL WAS ASSIGNED TO THE AARON JOHNSON COMPANY, AND WAS APPOINTED CLERK OF THE COMPANY, WITH DANIEL D. HUNT AS CHAPLAIN. THERE WERE ABOUT A 100 WAGONS IN THE COMPANY. THEY BROKE CAMP IN JUNE, 1850. AT THE ENCAMPMENT ON SALT CREEK, CHOLERA BROKE OUT AND 18 SAINTS DIED. AT THE PLATTE RIVER IT BROKE OUT AGAIN. THEY FINALLY ALL ARRIVED IN SALT LAKE CITY, ALL WELL, IN SEPTEMBER OF 1850.
IN 1855, SAMUEL MOVED HIS FAMILY TO BRIGHAM CITY, BOX ELDER CO., UTAH. HE ASSISTED IN MAKING A PLAT OF BRIGHAM CITY AND THE SURVEYING THE AREA. HE ENGAGED IN THE HAZARDOUS TASK OF OPENING UP CANYONS, MAKING ROADS TO THE TIMBERED AREA AND SUPERINTENDING PUBLIC WORKS UNDER THE DIRECTION OF LORENZO SNOW. Children were: SMITH, MARY ANN SMITH, MARY ANN SMITH, SAMUEL LORENZO SMITH, SARAH ANN SMITH, ELIZA JANE SMITH, HYRUM JAMES SMITH, MARETTA SMITH, HANNAH LINE SMITH, DAVID JOHN SMITH.
She was married to DAVID OSBORN.
He was married to MARGERY COULTER on 10 Jun 1800.
He was married to GRISELDA PATTERSON on 3 Feb 1786.
She was married to ABRAHAM SMITH .
She was married to CHARLES MACLAY on 22 Jun 1788. IN THE YEAR OF 1813, THEY MOVED TO OHIO AND SETTLED IN CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, ABOUT 6 MILES NORTH OF THE PRESENT CITY OF URBANA. HERE CHARLES PURCHASED A LARGE TRACT OF LAND ON WHICH HE ERECTED A SUBSTANTIAL HOMESTEAD AND LAID OUT A FAMILY BURYING GROUND. Children were: JOHN MACLAY, WILLIAM MACLAY, CHARLES MACLAY, JOHN MACLAY, ELIJAH MACLAY, JANE MACLAY, JAMES LINN MACLAY, ELIZABETH MACLAY.
He was married to JANE MCCORMICK. Children were: JAMES LINN, SUSANNA LINN, NANCY LINN, JANE LINN, ISAIAH LINN, CHARLES LINN, GEORGE LINN, DAVID LINN.
He was married to SUSANNA TRIMBLE.
He was married to UNKNOWN. Children were: WILLIAM LINN JR..
Children were: EMILY CORNELIA MOORE.
He was married to INA FRANCELLA HUNT on 3 May 1919. He was divorced from INA FRANCELLA HUNT on 6 Aug 1931.
She was sealed to spouse in Dec 1966 in the Alberta, Canada LDS temple. She was married to WREN LON ATWOOD on 20 Dec 1966 in CARDSTON, ALBERTA, CANADA. Children were: LONNA JEAN ATWOOD, DOUGLAS WREN ATWOOD, TAMI ATWOOD, LLOYD TERREL ATWOOD, LEON CHARLES ATWOOD, NANCY FERL ATWOOD, KENNETH ATWOOD, LINDON JESSE ATWOOD.
She was married to JESSE RICHARD TURPIN on 26 Oct 1866 in SALT LAKE CITY, SALT LAKE CO., UTAH. She was sealed to spouse on 26 Oct 1866 in the Endowment House. JESSE LIVED IN POLYGAMY LIFE STYLE. WITH HIS TWO WIVES THEY HAD 23 CHILDREN. JESSE SERVED SIX MONTHS IN THE STATE PRISON AT UTAH FOR POLYGAMY. Children were: FRANCES JANE TURPIN, JESSE RICHARD TURPIN, NETTIE MAY TURPIN, JOSEPH WILLIAM TURPIN, EDWARD JAMES TURPIN, LEO JOHN TURPIN, SARAH EVALINE TURPIN, MARY EMILY TURPIN, GOERGE WASHINGTON TURPIN, ILEEN TURPIN.
She was married to JOSHUA B. CASEY. Children were: ALBERT JOSHUA CASEY .
She was married to REGINALD DE BRAOSE *. Children were: ROGER MORTIMER.
Back to previous 50 names.
Go to next 50 names.
Return to Table of Contents