Brigham Young Jr

18 Dec 1836 - 11 Apr 1903

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18 Dec 1836 - 11 Apr 1903
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Salt Lake City Cemetery

200-250 N St
Salt Lake City, Utah, Salt Lake County, Utah
United States

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Wife of Brigham Young - Born in Stockport Lancashire England , Catherine: wife of Brigham Young Jr

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Eliza Burguess Young Born in Stockport, Lancashire, England
Eliza husband is Brigham Young, Wife of Brigham Young, born in Stockport, Lancashire, England
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Letter from Jacob G. Bigler to his wives dated December 20, 1862

Contributor: RobSue888 Created: 1 year ago Updated: 2 months ago

Merthyn Gudfil South Wales December 20, 1862 My dear Wives: I received your letter yesterday morning which was posted Nov. the 18th at Nephi. It arrived in Liverpool on the 16th inst. and was remailed twice before it found me in bed yesterday morning early. I was glad to hear from you and the people there generally. My health is pretty good but I have been so busy that I have scarcely had time to write my journal and have not prepared a letter for you as I intended doing and now I have to stop to go to another town, and so it has been for the last month (more particularly) but I am so well treated by the Elders and Saints and having the assistance of the good Spirit and the confidence and good feeling of President Cannon and the Elders here my spirit feels free and my heart light and I rejoice in the performance of my labors here notwithstanding my desires for to be with my family and home. 21st-Sunday evening, Eleven o’clock---It is now about bed time but this being the first opportunity I have had since yesterday I have had a most excellent time here today in this town (Gredegar). We had a good conference. Some very good folks here, and I felt the Spirit of Council and preach so it was no trouble to me to talk and I occupied about an hour this afternoon not knowing how the time was passing by. I will not have time to finish my letter until after I go to Liverpool. I shall be so busy all day tomorrow and intend going to Liverpool on Tuesday by invitation by Brother Cannon to spend Christmas there. I will finish it there. Liverpool December 24h Evening.---I arrived here last evening at three P.M. President Cannon and West arrived after me. Brother C. from Scotland and West from Carlisle (from Brother Gleasons Conference). Brigham is here and we have had a good time together you may well suppose. I had not been in Liverpool for four and an half months. I have attended conference meeting in Chettenhany, Cardiff, Llanelly, and Credegar since I wrote my last and meetings in many other places, and which way I shall go from here I cannot say, but do not see much hope of going towards home soon unless the words comes from that end of the road. Brother Cannon says he does not see how I can be spared unless a large supple of Elders comes in the spring unless we all should go. There appears to be a general feeling here that some important event is at hand and we have felt strongly impressed to preach reformation to the Saints, and there is certainly great need of it in very many and there are also many who are doing as well as they can. There is but few new recruits. Some old members are coaxed back again and some of them are only a hindrance to the prosperity of others and some time I think that after next emigration (if there should be one) the mission will must all drye up. I feel well in preaching and know that the Lord has greatly blessed me and I have been able to astonish myself in preaching and counciling the people and testifying to the dealings of God to man in former as well as in the present day. But I do not feel like preaching to you this evening. I just have eaten a big apple and it has given me the heart burn. 26th---I now sear myself to finish my letter. We had a most excellent times yesterday here. It is not necessary for me to tell you what we had for dinner. Suffice it to say we had many good things. Kind provided by President Canon and in the evening we had a public tea party in the hall. After tea we were entertained with sentimental and comic song recitations, a drama by Honest John, and a farce Box and Cox which was very interestingly performed and after all it was not so amusing or interesting to me as a good conference meeting. I do not enjoy such things here as I do there. I do not feel that it pertains to my mission here, and then again my thoughts carry me home. I wonder what you are doing. Are you enjoying yourselves there and when will I have the pleasure of seeing you again. Will my wives and children and myself keep ourselves from the snares of the evil one. Will our meeting be without alloy if so it will be joyous. But let us hope for the better and live for the same and then we will be sure of a pleasant meeting together. I expect to go to Ireland next week. Brothers West and Young expect to accompany me to make a visit to Old Esans Isle. I do not intend stopping there long as I am at liberty to go where I think I can do the most good. Yet always wishing to move according to Brother Cannon’s Council in all things. Pray for me for I feel my weaknesses and see the doing of many and what has befallen them. Eugene and Owen [ blank ] and dishonesty and they are not alone in using [ blank ] doings has aroused my feelings and every day if possible makes me feel more determined to watch no one. God bless you all and all who desires to promote the interest of the Latterday kingdom. I have had a talk with Brother Cannon and expect a number of Elders will be disappointed in going home next year and I wish you to try and content yourselves and do the best that you can. I hope to come right when I do come. Remember me kindly to the children and all the friends there. Tell Sister Andrews that I have sent her Father and expect to give her an answer in my next letter. Love to all peace and prosperity attent you and believe me the same devoted man to your interest, and the cause of truth. I remain your affectionate husband. J. G. Bigler

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Contributor: RobSue888 Created: 1 year ago Updated: 2 months ago

Birth: Dec. 18, 1836 Kirtland Lake County Ohio, USA Death: Apr. 11, 1903 Salt Lake City Salt Lake County Utah, USA Son of President Brigham Young and Apostle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and at the time of his death, President of the Quorum of the Twelve. His father was a widower, with two little girls, and while living in Kirtland, he met Sister Mary Ann Angell. The gift of tongues rested down Upon Elder Young and the interpretation thereof was given by someone present. The Spirit bore record through that tongue that these two faithful souls were designed by God for each other. They were united in marriage, and Sister Mary Ann assumed the care of the motherless children. Brigham, the third child of this marriage, was born amid all the untoward circumstances of the early days in the Church. He was a twin; his sister, Mary, who was brought to death's door in infancy through an accident which was the direct result of the mobbings and drivings of the Saints. Many afflictions he bore to reach the Rocky Mountains with his family. He was ordained an Apostle by his father, Brigham Young, and being selected as a counselor in the First Presidency. He was called by his father to take charge of the affairs of the Church in Cache valley, for which purpose he relocated to Logan. However, in 1873 he was chosen as one of the assistant five counselors to Pres. Brigham Young, and acted in that capacity until his father's death. After the death of Pres. Young and several forign missions, he was appointed one of the administrators of the estate, in the settlement of which he showed a just and amicable disposition, for which he won the respect and confidence of the Saints generally. Family links: Parents: Brigham Young (1801 - 1877) Mary Ann Angell Young (1803 - 1882) Spouses: Catherine Curtis Spencer Young (1836 - 1922)* Helen E. Armstrong Young (1856 - 1939)* Abigail Stevens Young (1870 - 1954)* Jane Maria Carrington Young (1840 - 1905)* Rhoda Elizabeth Perkins Young (1862 - 1927)* Children: Brigham Young (1857 - 1945)* Albert Carrington Young (1858 - 1930)* Mary Marie Young May (1861 - 1928)* Lawrence Henry Young (1862 - 1940)* John Washington Young (1864 - 1934)* Joseph Angell Young (1866 - 1935)* George Spencer Young (1868 - 1958)* Luna Young Moore (1868 - 1931)* Katherine Curtis Young Brastow (1875 - 1902)* Cora Aurelia Young Rogers (1879 - 1963)* Gennie A. Young (1879 - 1881)* Louisa Vilate Young Brockbank (1879 - 1940)* Alice Young (1888 - 1920)* Joseph Angell Moses Young (1891 - 1916)* Siblings: Elizabeth Young Ellsworth (1825 - 1903)** Vilate Young Decker (1830 - 1902)** Joseph Angell Young (1834 - 1875)* Mary Ann Young (1836 - 1843)* Brigham Young (1836 - 1903) Alice Young Clawson (1839 - 1874)* Luna Caroline Young Thatcher (1842 - 1922)* Oscar Brigham Young (1845 - 1910)** Heber Young (1845 - 1928)** Edward Partridge Young (1845 - 1852)** Ella Elizabeth Young Empey (1847 - 1890)** Moroni Young (1847 - 1847)** Mary Eliza Young Croxall (1847 - 1871)** Clarissa Maria Young Dougall (1849 - 1935)** Miranda Hyde Young Conrad (1849 - 1883)** Fanny Decker Young Thatcher (1849 - 1892)** Jeanette Richards Young Easton (1849 - 1930)** Emily Augustus Young Clawson (1849 - 1926)** Zina Presendia Young Card (1850 - 1931)** Evelyn Louisa Young Davis (1850 - 1917)** Royal Barney Young (1851 - 1929)** Caroline Partridge Young Cannon (1851 - 1903)** Ernest Irving Young (1851 - 1879)** Hyrum Smith Young (1851 - 1925)** Mahonri Moriancumer Young (1852 - 1884)** Eudora Lovina Young Dunford (1852 - 1922)** Willard Young (1852 - 1936)** Nabbie Howe Young Clawson (1852 - 1894)** Shamira Young Rossiter (1853 - 1915)** Joseph Ormal Sagers Young (1853 - 1917)** Emeline Amanda Young Crosbie (1853 - 1895)** Alfales Young (1853 - 1920)** Julia Young Burton (1853 - 1889)** Phoebe Louisa Young Beatie (1854 - 1931)** Brigham Morris Young (1854 - 1931)** Arta DeCrista Young (1855 - 1916)** Sarah Emeline Young Burns (1855 - 1933)** Joseph Don Carlos Young (1855 - 1938)** Jedediah Grant Young (1855 - 1856)** Lorenzo Dow Young (1856 - 1905)** Susa Young Gates (1856 - 1933)** Albert Jeddie Young (1858 - 1864)** Feramorz Little Young (1858 - 1881)** Alonzo Young (1858 - 1918)** Clarissa Hamilton Young Spencer (1860 - 1939)** Josephine Young Young (1860 - 1912)** Ida Young Higham (1860 - 1927)** Ruth Young Healy (1861 - 1944)** Charlotte Tallula Young Wood (1861 - 1892)** Laura Young (1862 - 1862)** Phineas Howe Young (1862 - 1903)** Rhoda Mabel Young Sanborn (1863 - 1950)** Ardelle Young Harrison (1864 - 1900)** Fanny Van Cott Young Clayton (1870 - 1950)** *Calculated relationship **Half-sibling Burial: Salt Lake City Cemetery Salt Lake City Salt Lake County Utah, USA Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?] Created by: Chad Stowell Record added: Apr 06, 2002 Find A Grave Memorial# 6326395 Brigham Young, Jr Added by: Sandra Gwilliam

Letter from Jacob G. Bigler to his wives dated December 20, 1862

Contributor: shirley rawlins Created: 4 months ago Updated: 4 months ago

Merthyn Gudfil South Wales December 20, 1862 My dear Wives: I received your letter yesterday morning which was posted Nov. the 18th at Nephi. It arrived in Liverpool on the 16th inst. and was remailed twice before it found me in bed yesterday morning early. I was glad to hear from you and the people there generally. My health is pretty good but I have been so busy that I have scarcely had time to write my journal and have not prepared a letter for you as I intended doing and now I have to stop to go to another town, and so it has been for the last month (more particularly) but I am so well treated by the Elders and Saints and having the assistance of the good Spirit and the confidence and good feeling of President Cannon and the Elders here my spirit feels free and my heart light and I rejoice in the performance of my labors here notwithstanding my desires for to be with my family and home. 21st-Sunday evening, Eleven o’clock---It is now about bed time but this being the first opportunity I have had since yesterday I have had a most excellent time here today in this town (Gredegar). We had a good conference. Some very good folks here, and I felt the Spirit of Council and preach so it was no trouble to me to talk and I occupied about an hour this afternoon not knowing how the time was passing by. I will not have time to finish my letter until after I go to Liverpool. I shall be so busy all day tomorrow and intend going to Liverpool on Tuesday by invitation by Brother Cannon to spend Christmas there. I will finish it there. Liverpool December 24h Evening.---I arrived here last evening at three P.M. President Cannon and West arrived after me. Brother C. from Scotland and West from Carlisle (from Brother Gleasons Conference). Brigham is here and we have had a good time together you may well suppose. I had not been in Liverpool for four and an half months. I have attended conference meeting in Chettenhany, Cardiff, Llanelly, and Credegar since I wrote my last and meetings in many other places, and which way I shall go from here I cannot say, but do not see much hope of going towards home soon unless the words comes from that end of the road. Brother Cannon says he does not see how I can be spared unless a large supple of Elders comes in the spring unless we all should go. There appears to be a general feeling here that some important event is at hand and we have felt strongly impressed to preach reformation to the Saints, and there is certainly great need of it in very many and there are also many who are doing as well as they can. There is but few new recruits. Some old members are coaxed back again and some of them are only a hindrance to the prosperity of others and some time I think that after next emigration (if there should be one) the mission will must all drye up. I feel well in preaching and know that the Lord has greatly blessed me and I have been able to astonish myself in preaching and counciling the people and testifying to the dealings of God to man in former as well as in the present day. But I do not feel like preaching to you this evening. I just have eaten a big apple and it has given me the heart burn. 26th---I now sear myself to finish my letter. We had a most excellent times yesterday here. It is not necessary for me to tell you what we had for dinner. Suffice it to say we had many good things. Kind provided by President Canon and in the evening we had a public tea party in the hall. After tea we were entertained with sentimental and comic song recitations, a drama by Honest John, and a farce Box and Cox which was very interestingly performed and after all it was not so amusing or interesting to me as a good conference meeting. I do not enjoy such things here as I do there. I do not feel that it pertains to my mission here, and then again my thoughts carry me home. I wonder what you are doing. Are you enjoying yourselves there and when will I have the pleasure of seeing you again. Will my wives and children and myself keep ourselves from the snares of the evil one. Will our meeting be without alloy if so it will be joyous. But let us hope for the better and live for the same and then we will be sure of a pleasant meeting together. I expect to go to Ireland next week. Brothers West and Young expect to accompany me to make a visit to Old Esans Isle. I do not intend stopping there long as I am at liberty to go where I think I can do the most good. Yet always wishing to move according to Brother Cannon’s Council in all things. Pray for me for I feel my weaknesses and see the doing of many and what has befallen them. Eugene and Owen [ blank ] and dishonesty and they are not alone in using [ blank ] doings has aroused my feelings and every day if possible makes me feel more determined to watch no one. God bless you all and all who desires to promote the interest of the Latterday kingdom. I have had a talk with Brother Cannon and expect a number of Elders will be disappointed in going home next year and I wish you to try and content yourselves and do the best that you can. I hope to come right when I do come. Remember me kindly to the children and all the friends there. Tell Sister Andrews that I have sent her Father and expect to give her an answer in my next letter. Love to all peace and prosperity attent you and believe me the same devoted man to your interest, and the cause of truth. I remain your affectionate husband. J. G. Bigler

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Contributor: shirley rawlins Created: 4 months ago Updated: 4 months ago

Birth: Dec. 18, 1836 Kirtland Lake County Ohio, USA Death: Apr. 11, 1903 Salt Lake City Salt Lake County Utah, USA Son of President Brigham Young and Apostle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and at the time of his death, President of the Quorum of the Twelve. His father was a widower, with two little girls, and while living in Kirtland, he met Sister Mary Ann Angell. The gift of tongues rested down Upon Elder Young and the interpretation thereof was given by someone present. The Spirit bore record through that tongue that these two faithful souls were designed by God for each other. They were united in marriage, and Sister Mary Ann assumed the care of the motherless children. Brigham, the third child of this marriage, was born amid all the untoward circumstances of the early days in the Church. He was a twin; his sister, Mary, who was brought to death's door in infancy through an accident which was the direct result of the mobbings and drivings of the Saints. Many afflictions he bore to reach the Rocky Mountains with his family. He was ordained an Apostle by his father, Brigham Young, and being selected as a counselor in the First Presidency. He was called by his father to take charge of the affairs of the Church in Cache valley, for which purpose he relocated to Logan. However, in 1873 he was chosen as one of the assistant five counselors to Pres. Brigham Young, and acted in that capacity until his father's death. After the death of Pres. Young and several forign missions, he was appointed one of the administrators of the estate, in the settlement of which he showed a just and amicable disposition, for which he won the respect and confidence of the Saints generally. Family links: Parents: Brigham Young (1801 - 1877) Mary Ann Angell Young (1803 - 1882) Spouses: Catherine Curtis Spencer Young (1836 - 1922)* Helen E. Armstrong Young (1856 - 1939)* Abigail Stevens Young (1870 - 1954)* Jane Maria Carrington Young (1840 - 1905)* Rhoda Elizabeth Perkins Young (1862 - 1927)* Children: Brigham Young (1857 - 1945)* Albert Carrington Young (1858 - 1930)* Mary Marie Young May (1861 - 1928)* Lawrence Henry Young (1862 - 1940)* John Washington Young (1864 - 1934)* Joseph Angell Young (1866 - 1935)* George Spencer Young (1868 - 1958)* Luna Young Moore (1868 - 1931)* Katherine Curtis Young Brastow (1875 - 1902)* Cora Aurelia Young Rogers (1879 - 1963)* Gennie A. Young (1879 - 1881)* Louisa Vilate Young Brockbank (1879 - 1940)* Alice Young (1888 - 1920)* Joseph Angell Moses Young (1891 - 1916)* Siblings: Elizabeth Young Ellsworth (1825 - 1903)** Vilate Young Decker (1830 - 1902)** Joseph Angell Young (1834 - 1875)* Mary Ann Young (1836 - 1843)* Brigham Young (1836 - 1903) Alice Young Clawson (1839 - 1874)* Luna Caroline Young Thatcher (1842 - 1922)* Oscar Brigham Young (1845 - 1910)** Heber Young (1845 - 1928)** Edward Partridge Young (1845 - 1852)** Ella Elizabeth Young Empey (1847 - 1890)** Moroni Young (1847 - 1847)** Mary Eliza Young Croxall (1847 - 1871)** Clarissa Maria Young Dougall (1849 - 1935)** Miranda Hyde Young Conrad (1849 - 1883)** Fanny Decker Young Thatcher (1849 - 1892)** Jeanette Richards Young Easton (1849 - 1930)** Emily Augustus Young Clawson (1849 - 1926)** Zina Presendia Young Card (1850 - 1931)** Evelyn Louisa Young Davis (1850 - 1917)** Royal Barney Young (1851 - 1929)** Caroline Partridge Young Cannon (1851 - 1903)** Ernest Irving Young (1851 - 1879)** Hyrum Smith Young (1851 - 1925)** Mahonri Moriancumer Young (1852 - 1884)** Eudora Lovina Young Dunford (1852 - 1922)** Willard Young (1852 - 1936)** Nabbie Howe Young Clawson (1852 - 1894)** Shamira Young Rossiter (1853 - 1915)** Joseph Ormal Sagers Young (1853 - 1917)** Emeline Amanda Young Crosbie (1853 - 1895)** Alfales Young (1853 - 1920)** Julia Young Burton (1853 - 1889)** Phoebe Louisa Young Beatie (1854 - 1931)** Brigham Morris Young (1854 - 1931)** Arta DeCrista Young (1855 - 1916)** Sarah Emeline Young Burns (1855 - 1933)** Joseph Don Carlos Young (1855 - 1938)** Jedediah Grant Young (1855 - 1856)** Lorenzo Dow Young (1856 - 1905)** Susa Young Gates (1856 - 1933)** Albert Jeddie Young (1858 - 1864)** Feramorz Little Young (1858 - 1881)** Alonzo Young (1858 - 1918)** Clarissa Hamilton Young Spencer (1860 - 1939)** Josephine Young Young (1860 - 1912)** Ida Young Higham (1860 - 1927)** Ruth Young Healy (1861 - 1944)** Charlotte Tallula Young Wood (1861 - 1892)** Laura Young (1862 - 1862)** Phineas Howe Young (1862 - 1903)** Rhoda Mabel Young Sanborn (1863 - 1950)** Ardelle Young Harrison (1864 - 1900)** Fanny Van Cott Young Clayton (1870 - 1950)** *Calculated relationship **Half-sibling Burial: Salt Lake City Cemetery Salt Lake City Salt Lake County Utah, USA Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?] Created by: Chad Stowell Record added: Apr 06, 2002 Find A Grave Memorial# 6326395 Brigham Young, Jr Added by: Sandra Gwilliam

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Brigham Young Jr was born on 18 Dec 1836
Brigham Young Jr was 4 years old when Samuel Morse receives the patent for the telegraph. Samuel Finley Breese Morse was an American painter and inventor. After having established his reputation as a portrait painter, in his middle age Morse contributed to the invention of a single-wire telegraph system based on European telegraphs. He was a co-developer of the Morse code and helped to develop the commercial use of telegraphy.
Brigham Young Jr was 23 years old when Charles Darwin publishes On the Origin of Species. Charles Robert Darwin, was an English naturalist, geologist and biologist, best known for his contributions to the science of evolution. He established that all species of life have descended over time from common ancestors and, in a joint publication with Alfred Russel Wallace, introduced his scientific theory that this branching pattern of evolution resulted from a process that he called natural selection, in which the struggle for existence has a similar effect to the artificial selection involved in selective breeding.
Brigham Young Jr was 32 years old when Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton founded the National Woman Suffrage Association, breaking away from the American Equal Rights Association which they had also previously founded. Susan B. Anthony was an American social reformer and women's rights activist who played a pivotal role in the women's suffrage movement. Born into a Quaker family committed to social equality, she collected anti-slavery petitions at the age of 17. In 1856, she became the New York state agent for the American Anti-Slavery Society.
Brigham Young Jr was 38 years old when Winston Churchill, English colonel, journalist, and politician, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1965) Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill was a British politician, army officer, and writer, who was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955. As Prime Minister, Churchill led Britain to victory in the Second World War. Churchill represented five constituencies during his career as Member of Parliament (MP). Ideologically an economic liberal and British imperialist, he began and ended his parliamentary career as a member of the Conservative Party, which he led from 1940 to 1955, but for twenty years from 1904 he was a prominent member of the Liberal Party.
Brigham Young Jr was 48 years old when Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain is published in the United States. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a novel by Mark Twain, first published in the United Kingdom in December 1884 and in the United States in February 1885. Commonly named among the Great American Novels, the work is among the first in major American literature to be written throughout in vernacular English, characterized by local color regionalism. It is told in the first person by Huckleberry "Huck" Finn, the narrator of two other Twain novels and a friend of Tom Sawyer. It is a direct sequel to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.
Brigham Young Jr was 62 years old when Spanish–American War: The Treaty of Paris is signed, officially ending the conflict. The Spanish–American War was fought between the United States and Spain in 1898. Hostilities began in the aftermath of the internal explosion of the USS Maine in Havana Harbor in Cuba, leading to US intervention in the Cuban War of Independence. American acquisition of Spain's Pacific possessions led to its involvement in the Philippine Revolution and ultimately in the Philippine–American War.
Brigham Young Jr died on 11 Apr 1903 at the age of 66
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