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Henry Howes

Male 1786 - 1874  (87 years)

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  • Name Henry Howes  [1, 2
    Birth Abt 1786  Catfield, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 3
    Birth Abt 1786  England Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Birth 15 Dec 1786  Catfield, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Born 17 Dec 1786  Catfield, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location  [6, 7
    Gender Male 
    Birth 17 Dec 1786  [2
    Baptism 19 Dec 1786  Catfield, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    Catfield, Norfolk
    Catfield, Norfolk
    All Saints
    Birth Abt 1787  England Find all individuals with events at this location  [8
    Occupation 6 Jun 1841  [3
    Bricklayer Journeyman 
    Residence 6 Jun 1841  Buck's Yard, St Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Occupation 31 May 1847  [9
    Bricklayer 
    Residence 31 May 1847  Bull Close, St Paul, Norwich, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    Occupation 30 May 1849  [10
    Bricklayer 
    Occupation 31 Mar 1851  [1
    Bricklayer 
    Residence 31 Mar 1851  Coslany Street, St Mary at Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Occupation 26 Apr 1852  [11
    Bricklayer 
    Residence 26 Apr 1852  Buck's Yard, St Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location  [11
    Emigration 28 Feb 1853  Liverpool, Lancashire Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    • Destination: New Orleans, Louisiana; Ship: International
    Immigration 23 Apr 1853  New Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    Departure 3 Jun 1853  Keokuk, Lee, Iowa, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, Claudius V Spencer & Co 
    Arrival Between 17 Sep 1853 and 26 Sep 1853  Salt Lake Valley, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    Residence 1 Jun 1860  Lehi, Utah, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    Residence 1 Jun 1870  Lehi, Utah, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Death 16 Jul 1874 
    Death 19 Jul 1874  [2
    Name Henry Howse  [11
    Died 19 Jul 1874  Lehi, Utah, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    Buried
    Henry Howes & Eliza Howes HS
    Henry Howes & Eliza Howes HS
    Notes 
    • We are deeply indebted to Cheryl Lou Silcox Thacker of Utah for sharing this history of Henry Howes and his family

      Henry HOWES
      May 2009
      * = have copy of original document-copies attached to the history

      Henry Howes was born Dec. 17, 1786 in Catfield, Norfolk, England the son of Richard Howse and Dinah Humfry. He was christened Dec. 19, 1786 at All Saints, Catfield, Norfolk, England. On Sep. 29, 1809 he married Mary Myhill at All Saints in Catfield, Norfolk, England. They had a daughter Sophia who was born Nov. 6, 1809 in Catfield, Norfolk, England. She married William Howes Aug. 26, 1834 at St. Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk, England. Henry and Mary and their 5 year old grandson (William) Henry(son of their daughter Sophia and her husband William) are listed in the *census taken Jun. 6, 1841 in St. Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk, England. They are residing at Backyard Coslany St. and Henry’s occupation is listed as bricklayer. Mary died before May 31, 1847 as Henry is listed as a widower on the *marriage record when he married his son-in-law’s sister Eliza Maria Howes Brandish, a widow, on that date at St. Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk, England. (She was born Feb. 7, 1813 the daughter of John Howes and Maria Kelbey/Kelley. Henry, a mason, was a man of considerable means, owning several apartment houses in the town of Norwich. Upon being taught the gospel of Christ by Mormon missionaries, Eliza and (according to granddaughter Matilda Jane Woodhouse Child) Henry accepted the truths they were taught and were baptized members of the Latter Day Saint Church in 1848. On May 30, 1849 in St. Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk, England a daughter was *born to the couple who they named Eliza Maria. Henry, Eliza and young Eliza Maria and Eliza’s mother Maria are listed on the Mar. 31, 1851 St. Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk, England *census residing at 44 Coslany St. and Henry’s occupation is still listed as bricklayer. On Oct. 22, 1852 a second daughter, Caroline, was born also in St Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk, England. They desired to join the main body of the saints in Zion, and so they converted their holdings to cash(Henry had a large money belt made to fit around his waist and he filled this with the gold. Upon their arrival in Utah they soon found that money could not buy a comfort on earth, as it was not there, so Henry used the money he had brought to assist in bringing others to Utah). With Eliza’s mother, Maria Kelbey/Kelley Howes, and their two little girls, they left England to immigrate to Utah in 1853.
      According to the *Mormon Immigration Index Eliza Maria Howes(age 38) and children Eliza M.(age 4) and Caroline(age 1-note “8 months”) and mother Maria Howes(age 73)(NOTE granddaughter Matilda Jane Woodhouse Child’s history says Henry was on the same voyage but Mormon Immigration Index shows him coming the next month on a different voyage-perhaps he was booked for the Feb. voyage but got a spot on the Jan. voyage after all?) sailed on the ship Ellen Maria under Capt. George Whitmore from Liverpool, England January 17, 1853, after being detained in port several days by contrary winds. On this vessel the presidency of the British Mission shipped three hundred and thirty-two Saints, the sixty-first company, under the presidency of Elder Moses Clawson. Among the number were Elder Thomas Pugh, late counselor to the president of the Church in Wales, and Elder George Kendall, who had presided over the Derbyshire Conference. These three brethren had labored faithfully in these lands, and departed from these shores with the blessing of their leaders upon them; and prayers that they with the whole company of Saints may be safely wafted to their desired haven. The voyage proved a pretty rough and stormy one, especially during the first eight days after leaving port, and considerable sickness prevailed among the Saints. Among others, President Clawson was sick nearly the entire voyage. Five births and five deaths(Sister Mary Barnes-Jan. 25 and infant-Jan. 26; William/Albert Reed, aged six, an orphan under the care of Sister Elizabeth Smith from the Portsmouth Branch who died of decline(consumption)-Feb. 13; Jacob Broadhurst age two years four months, son of Samuel Broadhurst from the Leigh Branch, Manchester Conference-Mar. 2; Sister Matilda Rebbeck-Mar. 2) occurred on board, and two marriages were solemnized(on Jan. 30-William Bowen of Hull age 27 to Jane Ann Metcalf from York age 19 after knowing each other about a week and Alfred Sparks from Worcester to Jane Fowler from the Preston Branch age 17. Brother Bowen gave his wife a hearty kiss and she returned it, but Brother Sparks was rather shy so his wife gave him one and he returned it!) On the sixth of March, 1853, the Ellen Maria arrived with her precious cargo in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States making the passage from Liverpool in forty-seven days. Elder John Brown acted as church emigration agent that season. From New Orleans the emigrants continued the journey by steamboat up the Mississippi River to St. Louis, Missouri, where they arrived March 18, 1853, They stayed there about five weeks to prepare for the next leg of the journey and took another steamboat up the river to Keokuk, Iowa, which had been selected as the outfitting place for the Saints crossing the plains in 1853 from which place the journey across the plains was commenced.
      In the *Mormon Immigration Index Henry Howes(age 66, occupation bricklayer) is listed on the passenger list of the ship International under Capt. David Brown from Massachusetts and his crew of 26(first mate Albert Howe, second mate Arch. Campell, third mate John Marston, carpenter Carl Weserland [first to be baptized]) with the sixty-fifth company of 419/425 Church members under the presidency of Elder Christopher Arthur from Newport with counselors John Lyon and Richard Waddington from London
      sailed from Liverpool, England Feb. 28, 1853. After laboring faithfully in these lands Elder John Lyon, author of the ‘Harp of Zion, and formerly president of the Glasgow Conference, and R. G. Frazer, who had presided over the missionary work in Londenderry, were emigrating with the company. During the voyage seven deaths(Eliza Glover/Eliza Gover age 1 month from Aberystwyth [Wales] or /Elijah Gover age 1 month-Feb. 23 at Liverpool; David Davies from Aymestray, Herefordshire or [Davis or Daniels] from Wales age 81-Feb. 26 at Liverpool; female child of Joseph Day age 2 months/Sarah Day age 2 years or child of Joseph and Sarah Day from Bethnal Green-Apr. 13 at sea; child of ?-Apr. 22/Horace Garrard age 2 years-Apr. 23 at New Orleans; James Preece age 50-Apr. 24 at New Orleans & 2 deaths by diseases of long standing occurred at New Orleans Apr. 24 at New Orleans), seven/six births(male child to Enoch and Emma Lewis-Feb. 21 at Liverpool; female child to Joseph and Ann Day-Feb. 22 at Liverpool; female child to John and Ann (Jones) Williams from Aberystwyth, Wales-Feb. 28 at sea; male child to William and Elizabeth Tremayne/Tremaine from Deanshanger, Bedfordshire-Mar. 22 at sea; son of Daniel and Catherine Stewart-Mar. 27; Sister Williams, of a son, at New Orleans, April 24th), and five marriages took place(William M’Auslan to Mary Muir, Joseph Gough to Sarah Walker-[Sarah Walker and 3 other couples-Apr. 6 and one couple mar. Apr. 18], William Waylett to Elizabeth Rudd, Alexander Moyes to Emma Ann Smith, Willian Evens[Evans] to Jane M’Auslan). During the eight week voyage forty-eight souls(all but one of the crew) were baptized in a large tank brought on deck for the purpose. Several went on to Salt Lake with the emmigrants. They arrived in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States Apr. 23, 1853. They were on the Mississippi River for 1200 miles to St. Louis and changed boats there for Keokuk, Iowa.
      If Henry DID indeed take the SECOND boat in Feb., we don’t know WHERE he met up with the rest of his family(since Eliza’s group waited in St Louis for 5 weeks, they could have met up there?); but according to Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, 1847-1868(*copy of printout for company and the family on the individuals in the company list) the ENTIRE family, consisting of Henry House(age 66), Maria House Howse(age 40), Eliza Maria Howse(age 4) and Maria House(age 73), joined the Claudius V. Spencer Company of 250 individuals and 40 wagons at Keokuk/Kanesville, Iowa (crossing the Missouri River on Jun. 3, 1853) to cross the plains to Salt Lake Valley, Utah Territory. -NOTE Caroline is NOT listed with this company so when the family history says she died and was buried “on the plains”, it must have been before Keokuk? Indeed one of the sources for this company, Hannah Tapfield King Autobiography[ca. 1864-1872], fd. 6 noted “June 6th…Monday Sister [Maria Howse] Howe’s baby died and was buried the next morning before we started…we then traveled on thro’ the new town of Clariton…June 12… 4 PM…Pisgah….” Hannah was writing on Sunday June 6 of the events of the previous week which would make Caroline’s death Monday May 31 and burial Tuesday June 1, 1853 somewhere on the plains about a day’s journey before Clariton, (Iowa?). Since this was a couple of day???s before the OFFICIAL start date for the company, Caroline is NOT listed as a member of it. The company arrived in the Salt Lake Valley Sep. 17-26, 1853 according to the Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, 1847-1868 Claudius V. Spenser Company, Oct. 1853 according to granddaughter Matilda Jane Woodhouse Child and the account from Mormon Immigration Index for the voyage of the first ship says “Several pioneers died and were buried by the wayside, wagons broke down and oxen were lost, but at last after a journey of almost three months they arrived at Salt Lake city on 11 Oct. at 8 p.m.”-having been a total of nine months since leaving their home in England.
      The Howes family lived in Salt Lake for one year after their arrival, moving to Lehi in 1854. At this time, due to the Indian wars with Chief Walker, Brigham Young advised the saints in Lehi to proceed immediately with the erection of a strong fort wall. The construction of this wall was an ardous and difficult task, with each settler required to either construct the portion of wall along his property or pay the equivalent of sixty bushels of wheat or sixty dollars. There were two gates of entry into the fort and for a period of two years men were stationed to guard these entry’s. They were successful in keeping out marauders, but the first night they no longer posted sentrys an indian broke into the fort and stole two of the best horses there. In 1855 it was decided to build a 60 x 40 ft. brick meeting house on the intersection of the two principal streets of the city, now First South and Second West Streets. Along with fellow mason J. Wiley Norton, Henry supervised and did much of the laying of the thousands of sun baked adobe bricks for the 18 inch thick walls of this building. It took five years to finish and was still standing and remained in active use in 1959 when Henry’s granddaughter wrote her history, but sadly was replaced by a new modern chapel in 1972.(*included copies of 4 pictures of the building) Henry was active in community affairs and during this time a fife and drum corps was established and a public library, a theatre and dance hall were erected. In 1855 Henry, together with the other settlers of Lehi, planted crops on a more extensive scale than any year before. Growth during the spring months promised a bounteous harvest and the farmers were already congratulating themselves on their good fortune. But their hopes were soon to be blasted. With the arrival of warm weather came the grasshoppers, just as they had the previous year. To combat the hoppers and to save if possible some of the crops which meant so much to them, the settlers made desperate efforts and devised various schemes. They dug ditches, filled them with water, and drove the hoppers into them; they scattered inrows of straw over the fields and when these were covered with the insects set them on fire; they dug holes in the ground, brushed the hoppers into them and covered them with earth. But all of their work seemed to be wasted-they were unable to see that there were any fewer grasshoppers. By the middle of June, however, the grasshoppers were fully grown and flew away, leaving a barren desolate waste where once had been a promise of bounteous crops. They now planted the fields in corn and potatoes, so they would have something to eat during the winter, and they were able to harvest these crops, but the winter of 1855 and 1856 is noted for being probably the most severe in the history of Utah. The Howes family, together with the others, suffered intensely during this time. The cold was intense and their homes within the fort walls afforded little comfort at best. Because of the crop failure, they had to supplement their diets by eating sego lily bulbs, thistle roots, artichokes and pig weed greens. Under such conditions it is not surprising that men were often seen staggering along the streets from sheer weakness. During these difficult years, two more children were born to Henry and Eliza. A son, Henry, was born on Sep. 1, 1854 and a daughter, Matilda Jane, on Nov. 4, 1858. Through all these difficulties Eliza helped her husband in the fields and took her part hauling and stacking hay and grain, digging potatoes and hauling sage brush for fuel. After 1856 many of the saints came in hand cart companies to the valley. Some of these companies found themselves in difficult and a couple in tragic situations. Henry responded generously(with some of that gold) when Brigham Young requested relief expeditions be sent to help these unfortunate people. In addition to helping the immigrants, the men were sometimes called upon to go to the aid of other settlements which were having indian difficulties. The hardships encountered by those who were chosen to go are difficult to imagine, as are the difficulties which the absence of able bodied men and badly needed equipment and supplies created for those left behind. Through all of this Henry and Eliza contributed of their means and strength, doing all they could to help those more in need than they. During “the move” when Johnson’s Army was approaching, they opened their hearts and helped those who had been directed to go southward. Henry and Eliza’s home was thrown open and each room filled to capacity. When all available homes and buildings had been occupied, the men built cabins against the fort wall, and even made dugouts in the vacant lots of the city. With 30,000 people moving into and past Lehi, foodstuff became the great problem. But somehow they managed, and when the Echo Canyon War was over and Johnson’s Army established at Camp Floyd, the saints at Lehi benefited more than anywhere else in the territory since it furnished badly needed articles and a market for surplus food products. Henry became well aware that bread cast upon the waters returns ten-fold. In 1860 the last handcart companies arrived in Utah. Henceforth immigrants came in trains of “prairie schooners” drawn by oxen. Brigham Young sent expeditions from the settlements to help these immigrants. Henry, together with others who remained at home, helped by furnishing provisions and adding to the equipment of the outfits being sent. On Oct. 1, 1860 the *census taken at Lehi, Utah, Utah Territory lists Hy House 72 occupation farmer and his wife Eliza 46 and their children Eliza 11, Hy 6, Matilda J 1 and (Eliza’s mother)Maria 82. On ? their daughter Eliza Maria married Vernon Walker and later on Jan. 25, 1869 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah she married Thomas Frederick Trane. The *census taken on Aug. 31, 1870 in Lehi, Utah, Utah Territory finds Henry Howes 83 occupation farmer and his wife Eliza 55 and children Henry 16 and Matilda 11. Apparently Eliza’s mother Maria had died between the two censuses. Henry Howes gave help and assistance at every opportunity and took an active part in the building up of Lehi in the years that followed until his death on July 19, 1871(according to granddaughter Matilda Jane Woodhouse Child)1874(according to Louise Port Woodhouse)1875(according to cemetery *printout of which a copy is included and Utah State History-Burials Database) at Lehi. He was buried Jul. 21, 1871/1874/1875 in the Lehi City Cemetery-grave location 8_2_3. Their daughter Matilda Jane was married on Nov. 2, 1874 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah to Morgan Thomas Woodhouse and their son Henry was married on Feb. 8, 1875 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah to Sarah Lavina Rhodes. The *census taken on June 2, 1880 in Lehi, Utah, Utah finds Henry’s wife Eliza Maria Howes, a widow living with their daughter Eliza Maria and her husband Fredric T. Trane and their 4 children. She died the following year on Apr. 30, 1881 in Lehi, Utah, Utah and was buried next to her husband-grave 8_2_4.(a copy of the cemetery printout is included)

      Sources:
      Biography of Henry Howes by Matilda Jane Woodhouse Child, a granddaughter, and submitted to DUP Dec. 1959.
      Censuses-1841 St. Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk, England; 1851 St. Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk, England; 1860 Lehi, Utah, Utah Territory; 1870 Lehi, Utah, Utah Territory; 1880 Lehi, Utah, Utah.
      Certified Copy Of An Entry of Marriage-May 31, 1847 St. Paul, Norwich, Norfolk, England
      Certified Copy Of An Entry of Birth-May 30, 1849 St. Mary, Norwich, Norfolk, England
      History of Lehi by Hamilton Gardner-1913
      howesfamilies.com
      Lehi City Cemetery Sexton Records-Henry Howes 8_2_3 & Eliza Howes 8_2_4.
      Lehi Portraits of a Utah Town by Richard S. Van Wagoner
      Mormon Immigration Index-Ellen Maria Jan. 1853 & International Feb. 1853.
      Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, 1847-1868 Claudius V. Spencer Company 1853 & one of sources for it- King, Hannah Tapfield, Autobiography[ca. 1864-1872], fd. 6.
      sallyjboley’s tree on ancestry.com
      Utah State History-Cemetery Burials database-Henry Howes 1875 & Eliza Howes 1881
    Person ID I10202  ONS
    Last Modified 13 Jul 2016 

    Father Richard Howes,   b. Abt Nov 1761, Catfield, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother Dinah Humphries,   b. Abt 1764, Catfield, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 12 Dec 1786  Catfield, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    Catfield, Norfolk
    Catfield, Norfolk
    All Saints
    Family ID F8612  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Mary Myhill,   b. 24 Apr 1786, Catfield, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1847  (Age < 60 years) 
    Married 29 Sep 1809  Catfield, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location  [12
    Catfield, Norfolk
    Catfield, Norfolk
    All Saints
    Children 
    +1. Sophia Howes,   b. 6 Nov 1809, Catfield, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Feb 1849, Buck's Yard, St Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 39 years)
    Family ID F2337  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Eliza Maria Howes,   b. 7 Feb 1813, St Nicholas, Lincoln, Lincolnshire Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Apr 1881, Lehi, Utah, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 68 years) 
    Married 31 May 1847  St Paul, Norwich, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    Children 
    +1. Eliza Maria Howes,   b. 30 May 1849, Buck's Yard, St Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Oct 1930, Lehi, Utah, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 81 years)
     2. Caroline Howes,   b. 26 Apr 1852, Buck's Yard, St Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 31 May 1853, near Clariton, Iowa, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 1 years)
    +3. Henry Howes,   b. 1 Sep 1854, Lehi, Utah, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Feb 1939, Magrath, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 84 years)
    +4. Matilda Jane Howes,   b. 4 Nov 1858, Lehi, Utah, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Mar 1904, Lehi, Utah, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 45 years)
    MarrgeCerts
    Howes / Brandish nee Howes MC
    Howes / Brandish nee Howes MC
    Churches
    Norwich, Norfolk
    Norwich, Norfolk
    St Paul
    Family ID F8552  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBirth - Abt 1786 - Catfield, Norfolk Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBirth - Abt 1786 - England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBirth - 15 Dec 1786 - Catfield, Norfolk Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 17 Dec 1786 - Catfield, Norfolk Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBaptism - 19 Dec 1786 - Catfield, Norfolk Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBirth - Abt 1787 - England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 29 Sep 1809 - Catfield, Norfolk Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - 6 Jun 1841 - Buck's Yard, St Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 31 May 1847 - St Paul, Norwich, Norfolk Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - 31 Mar 1851 - Coslany Street, St Mary at Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - 26 Apr 1852 - Buck's Yard, St Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEmigration - 28 Feb 1853 - Liverpool, Lancashire Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsImmigration - 23 Apr 1853 - New Orleans, Louisiana, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDeparture - Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, Claudius V Spencer & Co - 3 Jun 1853 - Keokuk, Lee, Iowa, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsArrival - Between 17 Sep 1853 and 26 Sep 1853 - Salt Lake Valley, Utah, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - 1 Jun 1860 - Lehi, Utah, Utah, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - 1 Jun 1870 - Lehi, Utah, Utah, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 19 Jul 1874 - Lehi, Utah, Utah, USA Link to Google Earth
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  • Sources 
    1. [S2] 1851 census.

    2. [S2098] LDS pioneer database, history.lds.org, 12370.

    3. [S1] 1841 census.

    4. [S181] 1870 census - US.

    5. [S275] Gravestone.

    6. [S57] One World Tree, copyrighted term to Ancestry.com.

    7. [S100] Cheryl Thacker.

    8. [S180] 1860 census - US.

    9. [S50] Marriage cert.

    10. [S11] Birth cert.

    11. [S12] Birth cert - Daughter.

    12. [S55] Norfolk Marriage CD, Norfolk Family History Society.