||died Pec. 1 3 1 849 . Richard born 5 Nov. 1 8 died 5 Nov. 1 q 1 l ,-iTrprl a n r! r;hp,n hs Rent for her. asking' Hen t*v VJi 11 jam horn PI Ont. 18 rl i e d 11 1 that she come to America* and be his wife, she consented Bri&ham born 21 Nov. 1656 died 11 Apr. 1 _ariL_sai1 p.ri from England to New Orleans. They were married Annie born 29 Sept 1858 died 50 Nov. 1 JMb t ?•? lP.50, one rear from the date of his marriage to his Caddv born 2 ,Tu1 v 1861 died IP Feb. 1 362 ?20 first wife . George Albert born 11 Feb. 1.864 died 11 Eeb. 1 From the comforts of the English middle class life, they snhi anted to and endured the sufferings and hardships The baby, George, was seven days old when his mother died of the nioneer trails, leaving New Orleans and progressing but before she passed on she gave her babv to her to Utah, the land of the scgebruah, cedar trees, and jack third wife, Jane Susannah was a mrtvr to the hardships of :he Thp. ii good however, and they settled at onnntry. Fin p. was a small frail vjomnn, weighing snprnely TTtnh (now known as S-panish Fork) in .1850 or 51 in hundred pounds, dark eyes, dark hair and that famous English house bought from Mr. Pyre. They had no complexion. p rom pine poles. Even the Indians She left the world better than she found it. A noble warlike, Henry having to stand guard at night to 1 ife nobf^ 1 ived. prevent them from rnnr|ins the stock. doctrine of plural marriage was wholly a acce p ted by and she gave her^ consent to Henry to m irry another wife i.qp, Smith, a widow with three ohildrcn ^hey lived together injlS perfect Jpeace and ha r no xr i t becarae possible to build houses for each wife, the v-p.rp. not happy separated and they said they live together. Tn iPAp f.hR farilies moved to Mona, Utah, where a home wns established. Again the ^Golden Comet* this time it was Susannah, who died; TrP.h. 17; 1864. She left behind her 4 children, 2 preceding her in death.