Mary Ann Angell Young

Mary Ann Angell Young (1803-1882) was born 8 Jun. 1803 in Seneca, Ontario Co., New York. She was the daughter of James William Angell and Phoebe Morton. She was baptized in 1832. She married Brigham Young in 1834. She regularly visited with Wilford and Phebe Woodruff in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois, and in Utah Territory. She died 27 Jun. 1882 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah Territory.

Footnotes

Mary Ann Angell (KWJJ-ZL9) Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 7 Feb. 2022). Mary Ann Angell Young, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/mary-ann-angell-young, accessed 7 Feb. 2022). Mary Ann Angell Young, The First Fifty Years of Relief Society (https://www.churchhistorianspress.org/the-first-fifty-years-of-relief-society/people/mary-ann-angell-young?letter=Y&lang=eng, accessed 17 Jan. 2022).

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  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 30 September 1839

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    with peculiar feelings as I journied by land the places whare you suffered with your sickness [Eunice’s handwriting, Wilford’s words] with regard to crossing the Lake, we had a very tedious time of it. were caught in a line storm, and was in it 3 days on our way to Buffalo, at which place on the 13th we ^I^ took line boat for Albany, arrived at Albany on the 19th. during which time in consequence of the cold I took on the Lake with the crowded situation of the boat ...
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1840 – December 31, 1840)

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    When it Was Motioned by Er W Woodruff & secd by Elder Kington that James Hill, James Barns, Charles Price, & John Parry, be ordained to the office of a Priest, & John Benbow to the Office of a Teacher Carried unanimously. Elder Brigham Young & W. Woodruff then proceded to ordain the above pers ons to the offices assigned them. Priest Charles Price was then chosen Clerk of the
    Dates:
    April 23, 1840 April 24, 1840
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    August 20, 1844 ~ Tuesday 20th I spent the day at home writing August 21, 1844 ~ Wednesday 21st I met in council with the Twelve by the request of Elder Lyman Wight as he wished some council, but he was sick and could not attend so the council dispersed. In the afternoon Elders B. Young H. C. Kimball W. Richards and J. Taylor each in company with his ...
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    August 20, 1844 August 21, 1844 August 22, 1844 August 23, 1844
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    shot, Balls, cannon, &c, the fires or Bellows were all worked by steam. the operation of the engines were pointed out unto us among many other curiosities we saw the Idrolick Press or pump, by which power the strength of all the anchors & chain cables are tried with this small press they readily can break 150 tons wait, they will snap an anchor into like a pipes stem that will weigh 5 tons. it clearly shows the consentrated power of the invention of men, we saw specemins of vari- ous timbers which ...
    Dates:
    February 6, 1841
  • Page 101

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    Elder Brigham Young house for meeting. President Hiram Smith opened the meeting by prayer after which the Presidency lade their hands upon my head & sealed a blessing upon me President Rigdon being speaker they also sealed a blessing upon the head of Elders George A Smith & Turley. Also upon the head of Sister Young sister Tailor & my wife. If we were faithful we had the promise of again returning to the bosom of ...
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    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    LEAVES FROM MY JOURNAL. CHAPTER XX. PREPARING FOR OUR JOURNEY AND MISSION—THE BLES- SING OF THE PROPHET JOSEPH UPON OUR HEADS, AND HIS PROMISES UNTO US—THE POWER OF THE DEVIL MANIFESTED TO HINDER US IN THE PERFORMANCE OF OUR JOURNEY. ON the first of July, 1839, Joseph Smith and his counsel- ors, Sidney Rigdon and Hyrum Smith, crossed the river to Montrose, Lee County, Iowa|Montrose, to spend the day with the Twelve, and set them apart ...
    Dates:
    July 1, 1839
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    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 8 March 1840

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    oppen their way, brother Young has been verry sick on his way— brother Kimbal was in the state of N.Y. some where but do not know where— brother J. Page is near Lima preaching— has baptized 8 or 10 O. Pratt was expecting to start for England as soon as he has company the last that I heard of him— Brother L. White called here a few days since says that he thinks of ...
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    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 8 March 1840

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    Mr. Bogart the Capt. of the Missouri mob their election day shot a man and he died the next day— he has absconded— there is a reward of 500 dolls. offered for his apprehension— Brother & sister Smoot wishes to be remembered to you and send you their best wishes, he is ex pecting to start for the south in a few days— he has been at home this winter. – Father Clar Clark where I live says he wishes to be ...
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    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 9 May 1840

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    I do not know as you can find out this letter for I have to write it mostly with my babe in my armes and little Sarah around me – she calls aloud for pa-pa many times in a day but the poor child has no pa to hear her. she is quite lonely like myselfe can you not tell me some thing near when you shall y come home I shall look for you in the fall. I have written you three letters before this since you left this continent and d^i^rected ...
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    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 6 October 1840

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    came from a distance, we had a address from our prophet after which it was voted that Kirtland should be built up and three ^one^ man was appointed to preside over it I think they ^it^ was brother Almon Babbit father Granger & brother Higby —then it was motioned that a committee be appointed and commissioned to appoint & lay up stakes for the gathering ^from Commerce to Kirtland.^— Hiram Smith Lyman Whight ...