Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Lived in Nauvoo

Our Stake is taking youth to historical Nauvoo, IL this summer. They want each youth to have a name and some history of real people who lived in Nauvoo between 1839 and 1846. To help I have put together a family list. Many of their histories are recoded on this family history blog, follow the labels below left.

Identification Code: m-male or f-female - relative tally number - generation number) given names lower case LAST AND MARRIED NAMES upper case - (birth-death year).

Lived in Nauvoo
f-0 Tln RSR [WNG] (living) / f-1 Lrk WD [RSR] (living) / m-2) Kirt DeMar WOOD (1923-1987) / m-3) Laura Elizabeth PARKER (1889-1970) / f-4) Charles PARKER (1853-1935).

m1-5) John Davis PARKER (1799-1891) baptized 1832 NY, Zions Camp, Member the first Quorum of 70, Nauvoo police and body guard of Jospeh Smith Jr. save life of Prophet a couple times. John D. was husband and father children died Nauvoo his first of three wives was deaf -
f2-5) Harriet SHERWOOD [PARKE] (1806-1856) divorce - children Moroni PARKER(1835-1840) born and died Nauvoo, child Martha PARKER (1838-1839) born and died Nauvoo.

Wife 2 of 3 f3-5) Almeda Sophia ROUNDY [PARKER] (1829-1912) child in Nauvoo at age 16 was sealed in Nauvoo Temple 1846 to m1-5) John Davis PARKER age 41 in Nauvoo Temple 1846 on the same day her older sister. f3-5) Almeda Sophia ROUNDY (1829-1912) had ten children the first on was born in Winter Quarters. Known as Big Grandma.

Wife 3 of 3 f4-5) Samantha ROUNDY [PARKER] (1824-1906) age 21 also sealed the same day as her sister in the Nauvoo Temple 1846 to m1-5) John Davis PARKER. f4-5) Samantha ROUNDY DAVIS (1824-1906) had fallen from a wagon as a 9 year old child and never grew taller after that. She had no children. Known as Little Grandma.

m5-6) Shadrach ROUNDY (1789-1872) baptized 1831 NY, named in D&C, Joseph Smith Jr. bodyguard, Policeman in Nauvoo, Nauvoo Legion, member first pioneer group.
m5-6) Shadrach ROUNDY (1789-1872) is named in D&C 124:141. [see histories]
In 1842 Shadrach recieve Home lot from Joseph Smith on Block 118 Lot 1.

f6-6) Betsey QUIMBY [ROUNDY] (1795-1880) [see histories]
Other children of m5-6) Shadrach ROUNDY (1789-1872) living in NAUVOO:
Son m7-5) Lauren Hotchkiss ROUNDY (1816-1900) [see history]
Wife 1of 3 f8-5) Joanna CARTER [ROUNDY] (1824-1847) married in Nauvoo
Child m9-4) Byron Donalvin ROUNDY (1844-1912)
Child m10-4) William Heber ROUNDY (1846-1899)

Daughter f11-5) Julia Rebecca ROUNDY [WHITNEY] (1817-1838) died age 21 in Nauvoo.
Husband m12-5) Joshua WHITNEY (1819-)

Son m13-5) Lorenzo Wesley ROUNDY (1819-1876) lived in Nauvoo [see history]
Wife 1 of 3 f14-5) Adaline WHITING [ROUNDY] (1822-1845) died in Nauvoo.
Child m15-5) Myron Shadrach ROUNDY (1844-1902) born in Nauvoo.
Baby m16-4) George Whiting ROUNDY (1845-1846) born Nauvoo.

Wife 2 of 3 f17-5) Susannah WALLACE [ROUNDY] (1820-1892) married 1847 along Mormon Trail.

Son m18-5) Jared Curtis ROUNDY (1827-1895) in Nauvoo.
Son m19-5) William Felshaw ROUNDY (1831-1839) died age 8, lived in Nauvoo.
Daughter f20-5) Nancy Jane ROUNDY [FOSS LINDSAY] (1834-1885) lived in Nauvoo.
Daughter f21-5) Malinda ROUNDY (1838-1840) child died in Nauvoo.

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f-0 Tln RSR [WNG] (living) / f-1 Lrk WD [RSR] (living) / m-2) Kirt DeMar WOOD (1923-1987) / f-3) Laura Elizabeth PARKER (1889-1970) / f-4) Elizabeth Ann DAVIS (1859-1927).

f22-5) Polly WILLIAMS [DAVIS] (1838-1914) child non member lived near Nauvoo until after her father’s death in 1844
[see history] Polly's father was m21-6) John WILLIAMS (1814-1844) a non member County Sheriff who on one occasion helped m1-5) John Davis PARKER (1799-1891) save the Prophet.
f22-6) Marcy Jane LUCAS [WILLIAMS BARNEY] (1814-1896)
[see histories] husband m8-6) John WILLIAMS (1814-1844) did not want Marcy to join the LDS church because of the persecution so his will stated she would only get his property and money if she did not join LDS church. His family members where watching her so she took her six small children at night and escaped to join the church.
f23-5) Amada WILLIAMS CLARK (1835-1920) child, had non member father.
[see history]
f24-5) Sarah WILLIAMS GLENN (1836-1914) child, had non member father.
f125-5) Elizabeth WILLIAMS SHURTZ (1841-1907) child, had non member father.
f126-5) William Geroge WILLIAMS (1842-1914) child, had non member father.
f27-5) Mary Ann WILLIAMS LEE (1844-1882) baby, had non member father.

f22-6) Marcy Jane LUCAS [WILLIAMS BARNEY] (1814-1896) then married a Mormon man.
m28-5) Henry BARNEY (1845-1930) they had a baby while in Illinois.
[see history]
m29-5) Alma BARNEY1(845-1930) baby in Nauvoo.

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f-0 Jrdn RSR (living) / f-1 Lrk WD [RSR] (living) / f-2) Camilla SMITH [WOOD](1926-1999) / m-3) George Ensign SMITH (1898-1966) / m-4) Isaac SMITH (1857-1914).

m30-5) Samuel SMITH (1818-1896)
[see histories] arrived in Nauvoo from England 1842 with wife child and parents.
Wife 1 of 5 f31 -5) Mary Ann LINE [SMITH] (1811-1903)
[see history]
Child 3 of 10 f 32-4) Mary Ann SMITH (1841-1843) died in Nauvoo.
Child 4 of 10 m33-4) Samuel Lorenzo SMITH (1843-1880) born in Nauvoo.
Child 5 of 10 f34-4) Sarah Ann SMITH (twin) (1845-1846) infant born in Nauvoo died in Iowa.
Child 6 of 10 f35-4) Eliza Jane SMITH (twin) (1845-1846) infant born in Nauvoo died in Iowa.

Wife 2 of 5 f36-5) Sarah Jane INGRAM [SMITH] (1836-1852)
[see history] orphaned child in Nauvoo both parents died 1844 near St. Louis when they got of the boat from England. Sister to f37-5) Frances (Fanny) Ann INGRAM [SMITH] (1841-1923)

Wife 3 of 5 f37-5) Frances (Fanny) Ann INGRAM [SMITH] (1841-1923)
[see history] orphaned child in Nauvoo both parents died 1844 near St. Louis when they got of the boat from England.

m38-6) Daniel William SMITH (1792-1845) arrived in Nauvoo from England 1842, died in Nauvoo.
f39-6) Sarah WOODING [SMITH TURPIN] (1797-1865)
[see histories] arrived in Nauvoo from England 1842.

Other children of m38-6) Daniel William SMITH (1792-1845)
Child 6 of 10 f40-5) Jane Louisa SMITH [TURPIN] (1827-1893) lived and married in Nauvoo.
[see history] Husband of f40-5) Jane Louisa SMITH [TURPIN] (1827-1893) wife 2 of 3 m41-5 and 6) Jesse TURPIN (1816-1854) baptized near 1836 by Woodruff. Took mother in-law f39-6) Sarah WOODING [SMITH TURPIN] (1797-1865) as third wife by name only.
Child 9 of 10 m42-5) John Wooding SMITH (1837-1845) died in Nauvoo.

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f-0 Jrdn RSR (living) / f-1 Lrk WD [RSR] (living) / f-2) Camilla SMITH [WOOD](1926-1999) / m-3) George Ensign SMITH (1898-1966) / f-4) Harriet Camilla ENSIGN [SMITH] (1859-1930).

m43-5) Martin Luther ENSIGN(1831-1911) lived briefly in Nauvoo.
[see history]
f44-5) Mary DUNN [ENSIGN] (1833-1920) child in Nauvoo. Played in the home of Joseph Smith Jr. with his children.
DUNN family home is still standing in Nauvoo. [see history]

m45-6) Horace Datus ENSIGN (1797-1846)
lived briefly in Nauvoo, died in Winter Quarters named on kiosk at Parley Street and Mississippi River in Nauvoo. [see histories]
f46-6) Mary BRONSON [ENSIGN] (1806-1888) lived briefly in Nauvoo. [see histories]

Other children of m32-6) Horace Datus ENSIGN (1797-1846):
m47-5) Horaace Datus ENSIGN Jr.
lived briefly in Nauvoo, member first pioneer group. [see histories]
m48-5) Luman Ashley ESNIGN lived briefly in Nauvoo.
m49-5) John Calvin ENSIGN lived briefly in Nauvoo. [see history]
m50-5) Rufus Bronson ENSIGN lived briefly in Nauvoo. [see histories]
f51-6) Lydia Esther ENSIGN lived briefly in Nauvoo.

Brothers of
m32-6) Horace Datus ENSIGN (1797-1846) who lived in Nauvoo are: Samuel ENSIGN and wife Mary Everett GORDON [ENSIGN] and 5 children lived in Nauvoo. Isaac ENSIGN and wife Mary BRYANT [ENSIGN] and 5 children lived in Nauvoo. [see histories]
Home of Simeon Adams DUNN and Adaline RAWSON [DUNN] in Nauvoo.
four generation f-0 RSR (living) descendants

m52-6) Simeon Adams DUNN house standing today on Parley’s Street in Nauvoo. Blessed by Joseph Smith Jr. when ill. [see histories]
Wife 1 of 8 f53-6) Adaline RAWSON [DUNN] died in Nauvoo named on Nauvoo Cemetery plaque.
Sealed in Nauvoo Temple after death. Adaline’s spice container is on display in the Scofield bakery in Nauvoo. [see history]
Child f54-5) Adaline DUNN [HAWS] lived and married in Nauvoo. Husband m56-6) Alpheus Peter HAWS (1825-1906) Sgt. Co. D Mormon Battalion. He and his parents Peter HAWS and Charlotte HARRINGTON [HAWS] lived in Nauvoo.
Child f55-5) Betsey DUNN [HAWS] lived in Nauvoo.
[see history] After Betsey's sister Adaline died she also married in Utah m56-6) Alpheus Peter HAWS.

Wife 2 of 8 f57-6) Margaret SNYDER [DUNN] (1812-1846) Sealed in Nauvoo Temple. Died in Nauvoo.
Child f58-5) Susanna DUNN [HUNSACKER] (1842-1921) born in Nauvoo.
Child m59-5) Simeon DUNN (1846-1846) born and died in Nauvoo.

Wife 3 of 8 f60-6) Jane CALDWELL [WAITE KELSEY DUNN KELSEY] (1809-1991). Jane lived in Nauvoo with 7 children from her first marriage and her second husband Eli Brazee KELSEY (1819-1885).

Wife 4 of 8 f61-6) Harriet Atwood SILVER [DUNN] (1818-1858) as young single women joined church in Massachusetts and traveled to Nauvoo. [See History]


Wife 8 of 8 f62-6) Mary McREE [BLACK BROWN DUNN] (1819-1907) Mary was disowned by her father when she joined the church. Mary and first husband Charles BLACK Jr.(-1845) moved to Nauvoo from Mississippi. Mary lost 4 daughters in Nauvoo. And her husband died of Malaria In Nauvoo. Mary's second husband was Captain James BROWN Jr. of the Mormon Battalion he had moved his family to Nauvoo in 1842. Mary became one of the laundresses for the Battalion and took her son Charles BLACK Jr. with her.

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