Joseph Householder

1850 - 1912

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1850 - 1912
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A SKETCH OF JONATHON HOUSEHOLDER By his Great-Granddaughter Olive R. [Ritchie] Cleverly [21 Mar 1881 - 28 Mar 1945, KWC8-WJ3] This information I have of the Householder family was given by my mother Annie C. Russel Ritchie and Jane Lyons Sayer, the temple records and ward clerk, written by Agnes Mau

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Joseph Householder

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American Fork Cemetery

601-699 Alpine Hwy
American Fork, Utah, Utah
United States

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Headstone says March 21-22, 1948, date not exact.
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Jonathon Householder by Olive Ritchie Cleverly

Contributor: Keirgan Created: 2 years ago Updated: 5 months ago

A SKETCH OF JONATHON HOUSEHOLDER By his Great-Granddaughter Olive R. [Ritchie] Cleverly [21 Mar 1881 - 28 Mar 1945, KWC8-WJ3] This information I have of the Householder family was given by my mother Annie C. Russel Ritchie and Jane Lyons Sayer, the temple records and ward clerk, written by Agnes Maud Householder Deakin and given by Bessie R. Roger. Jonathon Householder was born May, 1810 they belonged to the Penn. Dutch. He married Evean Painter and had seven children. Evean died when her seventh baby was three weeks old, in the year 1846, and her oldest being 12 years old. The children are: Elizabeth, William, John, Jonathon, Jane, Hannah and Thomas. Jonathon Householder married Elizabeth Spencer, they had [three] children Joseph, Mary Ann, and Alma. Elizabeth Householder married at Elizabethtown Pa. She had married twice before to James Clifford and had one child by him, Susana Clifford. Then she married James Lyons having six children by him. Jonathon Householder joined the church in the year 1851. Jonathon Householder and family came to Utah in 1861*. They came with the Independent Co. Having their own oxen, horses, cows, and covered wagons. In their party was Jonathon Householder, his wife Elizabeth Spencer Householder, three children and William Householder son of Jonathon Householder and Evean Painter his wife, Susana Clifford was the daughter of James Clifford and Elizabeth Spencer. [*Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel lists Householders: Alma (5), Catherine (Unk), Hannah Ann (16), Jonathan (52), Joseph (12), Mary Ann (11) coming to Utah with 700 individuals in the John R. Murdock Company of 1862, departure date listed as 24 July 1862 arriving on 27 Sept 1862 - - Nadine Deakin Sharpe, 2012] Susana Clifford had married before in Pa. to James Jones and had two children John and James Jones. James Jones the father of the children deserted his family to join the gold rush for California. Susana Clifford Jones divorced him and married William Householder they had two children, Johnston, and Sarah Ann. The children of Elizabeth Spencer Lyons Householder came with them. Sarah Lyons married Thomas Bircks and they had two children. Then there were Cassie Lyons and Hughy Lyons who married Jane Farington. In coming across the plains sickness came among them. Then Cassie Lyons and Sarah Lyons Berche died and were buried along the trail, the rest came west and settled first at Morgan, Utah, then Salt Lake City then they went to Squire Wells farm at Pleasant Grove, Utah. Thomas Bircks went to Springville, Utah [and] Payson Utah with these children. Grandfather walked and drove cows and calves, and he was quite a bible reader we still have his bible, yellow with age. Jonathon Householder had both wives sealed the same day in the Endowment house. Elizabeth caused grandfather to be vexed with her so had Hannah sealed first, that was the way as he told James Russell who married his daughter Elizabeth and came to Utah. Then they wanted to go back to Penn. Grandfather said, “Jimmie if you take your family back you will take them back to hell”. Jonathon Householder and wife returned to Salt Lake City and lived in the 21st Ward and he died April 3, 1888 and was buried in Salt Lake City Cemetery.

Jonathon Householder by Olive Ritchie Cleverly

Contributor: lavonnenbrockbank Created: 2 years ago Updated: 5 months ago

A SKETCH OF JONATHON HOUSEHOLDER By his Great-Granddaughter Olive R. [Ritchie] Cleverly [21 Mar 1881 - 28 Mar 1945, KWC8-WJ3] This information I have of the Householder family was given by my mother Annie C. Russel Ritchie and Jane Lyons Sayer, the temple records and ward clerk, written by Agnes Maud Householder Deakin and given by Bessie R. Roger. Jonathon Householder was born May, 1810 they belonged to the Penn. Dutch. He married Evean Painter and had seven children. Evean died when her seventh baby was three weeks old, in the year 1846, and her oldest being 12 years old. The children are: Elizabeth, William, John, Jonathon, Jane, Hannah and Thomas. Jonathon Householder married Elizabeth Spencer, they had [three] children Joseph, Mary Ann, and Alma. Elizabeth Householder married at Elizabethtown Pa. She had married twice before to James Clifford and had one child by him, Susana Clifford. Then she married James Lyons having six children by him. Jonathon Householder joined the church in the year 1851. Jonathon Householder and family came to Utah in 1861*. They came with the Independent Co. Having their own oxen, horses, cows, and covered wagons. In their party was Jonathon Householder, his wife Elizabeth Spencer Householder, three children and William Householder son of Jonathon Householder and Evean Painter his wife, Susana Clifford was the daughter of James Clifford and Elizabeth Spencer. [*Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel lists Householders: Alma (5), Catherine (Unk), Hannah Ann (16), Jonathan (52), Joseph (12), Mary Ann (11) coming to Utah with 700 individuals in the John R. Murdock Company of 1862, departure date listed as 24 July 1862 arriving on 27 Sept 1862 - - Nadine Deakin Sharpe, 2012] Susana Clifford had married before in Pa. to James Jones and had two children John and James Jones. James Jones the father of the children deserted his family to join the gold rush for California. Susana Clifford Jones divorced him and married William Householder they had two children, Johnston, and Sarah Ann. The children of Elizabeth Spencer Lyons Householder came with them. Sarah Lyons married Thomas Bircks and they had two children. Then there were Cassie Lyons and Hughy Lyons who married Jane Farington. In coming across the plains sickness came among them. Then Cassie Lyons and Sarah Lyons Berche died and were buried along the trail, the rest came west and settled first at Morgan, Utah, then Salt Lake City then they went to Squire Wells farm at Pleasant Grove, Utah. Thomas Bircks went to Springville, Utah [and] Payson Utah with these children. Grandfather walked and drove cows and calves, and he was quite a bible reader we still have his bible, yellow with age. Jonathon Householder had both wives sealed the same day in the Endowment house. Elizabeth caused grandfather to be vexed with her so had Hannah sealed first, that was the way as he told James Russell who married his daughter Elizabeth and came to Utah. Then they wanted to go back to Penn. Grandfather said, “Jimmie if you take your family back you will take them back to hell”. Jonathon Householder and wife returned to Salt Lake City and lived in the 21st Ward and he died April 3, 1888 and was buried in Salt Lake City Cemetery.

Jonathon Householder by Olive Ritchie Cleverly

Contributor: pavik Created: 5 months ago Updated: 5 months ago

A SKETCH OF JONATHON HOUSEHOLDER By his Great-Granddaughter Olive R. [Ritchie] Cleverly [21 Mar 1881 - 28 Mar 1945, KWC8-WJ3] This information I have of the Householder family was given by my mother Annie C. Russel Ritchie and Jane Lyons Sayer, the temple records and ward clerk, written by Agnes Maud Householder Deakin and given by Bessie R. Roger. Jonathon Householder was born May, 1810 they belonged to the Penn. Dutch. He married Evean Painter and had seven children. Evean died when her seventh baby was three weeks old, in the year 1846, and her oldest being 12 years old. The children are: Elizabeth, William, John, Jonathon, Jane, Hannah and Thomas. Jonathon Householder married Elizabeth Spencer, they had [three] children Joseph, Mary Ann, and Alma. Elizabeth Householder married at Elizabethtown Pa. She had married twice before to James Clifford and had one child by him, Susana Clifford. Then she married James Lyons having six children by him. Jonathon Householder joined the church in the year 1851. Jonathon Householder and family came to Utah in 1861*. They came with the Independent Co. Having their own oxen, horses, cows, and covered wagons. In their party was Jonathon Householder, his wife Elizabeth Spencer Householder, three children and William Householder son of Jonathon Householder and Evean Painter his wife, Susana Clifford was the daughter of James Clifford and Elizabeth Spencer. [*Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel lists Householders: Alma (5), Catherine (Unk), Hannah Ann (16), Jonathan (52), Joseph (12), Mary Ann (11) coming to Utah with 700 individuals in the John R. Murdock Company of 1862, departure date listed as 24 July 1862 arriving on 27 Sept 1862 - - Nadine Deakin Sharpe, 2012] Susana Clifford had married before in Pa. to James Jones and had two children John and James Jones. James Jones the father of the children deserted his family to join the gold rush for California. Susana Clifford Jones divorced him and married William Householder they had two children, Johnston, and Sarah Ann. The children of Elizabeth Spencer Lyons Householder came with them. Sarah Lyons married Thomas Bircks and they had two children. Then there were Cassie Lyons and Hughy Lyons who married Jane Farington. In coming across the plains sickness came among them. Then Cassie Lyons and Sarah Lyons Berche died and were buried along the trail, the rest came west and settled first at Morgan, Utah, then Salt Lake City then they went to Squire Wells farm at Pleasant Grove, Utah. Thomas Bircks went to Springville, Utah [and] Payson Utah with these children. Grandfather walked and drove cows and calves, and he was quite a bible reader we still have his bible, yellow with age. Jonathon Householder had both wives sealed the same day in the Endowment house. Elizabeth caused grandfather to be vexed with her so had Hannah sealed first, that was the way as he told James Russell who married his daughter Elizabeth and came to Utah. Then they wanted to go back to Penn. Grandfather said, “Jimmie if you take your family back you will take them back to hell”. Jonathon Householder and wife returned to Salt Lake City and lived in the 21st Ward and he died April 3, 1888 and was buried in Salt Lake City Cemetery.

Life timeline of Joseph Householder

Joseph Householder was born in 1850
Joseph Householder was 12 years old when U.S. President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, declaring the freedom of all slaves in Confederate territory by January 1, 1863. Abraham Lincoln was an American statesman and lawyer who served as the 16th President of the United States from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865. Lincoln led the United States through the American Civil War—its bloodiest war and perhaps its greatest moral, constitutional, and political crisis. In doing so, he preserved the Union, abolished slavery, strengthened the federal government, and modernized the economy.
Joseph Householder was 29 years old when Thomas Edison demonstrates incandescent lighting to the public for the first time, in Menlo Park, New Jersey. Thomas Alva Edison was an American inventor and businessman, who has been described as America's greatest inventor. He developed many devices that greatly influenced life around the world, including the phonograph, the motion picture camera, and the long-lasting, practical electric light bulb. Dubbed "The Wizard of Menlo Park", he was one of the first inventors to apply the principles of mass production and large-scale teamwork to the process of invention, and is often credited with the creation of the first industrial research laboratory.
Joseph Householder was 31 years old when The world's first international telephone call is made between St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada, and Calais, Maine, United States. A telephone call is a connection over a telephone network between the called party and the calling party.
Joseph Householder was 45 years old when George VI of the United Kingdom (d. 1952) George VI was King of the United Kingdom and the Dominions of the British Commonwealth from 11 December 1936 until his death in 1952. He was the last Emperor of India and the first Head of the Commonwealth.
Joseph Householder was 53 years old when The Wright brothers make their first attempt to fly with the Wright Flyer at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. The Wright brothers, Orville and Wilbur, were two American aviators, engineers, inventors, and aviation pioneers who are generally credited with inventing, building, and flying the world's first successful airplane. They made the first controlled, sustained flight of a powered, heavier-than-air aircraft on December 17, 1903, four miles south of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. In 1904–05 the brothers developed their flying machine into the first practical fixed-wing aircraft. Although not the first to build experimental aircraft, the Wright brothers were the first to invent aircraft controls that made fixed-wing powered flight possible.
Joseph Householder died in 1912 at the age of 62
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