Mary Ann Eacock Albon

Mary Ann Eacock Albon (1793-1880) was born 11 Oct. 1793 in Bacton, Suffolk, England. She was the daughter of Warren Eacock and Sarah Frost. She married James Albon on 4 Jun. 1820 in Colchester, Essex, England, and they had five children; widowed 7 Sep. 1870. She was baptized 14 Feb. 1841 in England; Wilford Woodruff was present. She died 4 Feb. 1880 in Brigham City, Box Elder Co., Utah Territory.

Footnotes

Mary Ann Eacock (KLXN-8NL), “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 18 Oct. 2022). Mary Ann Eacock Albon, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/mary-ann-eacock-albon, accessed 18 Oct. 2022). Deseret News, “Died” (Salt Lake City, Utah Territory), 25 Feb. 1880, vol. 29, p. 16; database with images, Newspapers.com (https://newspapers.com, accessed 18 Oct. 2022). "Parish registers for Bacton," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 2 Nov. 2022); Mary Ann Frost Eacock, christening, 10 Nov. 1793, Bacton, Suffolk, England; citing Church of England, Parish Church of Bacton (Suffolk), “Parish registers for Bacton, 1539-1882,” image 282/1950; DGS 7567692. "England, Essex Parish Registers, 1538-1997," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 18 Oct. 2022); James Albon and Mary Ann Eacock, marriage, 4 Jun. 1820, Colchester, Essex, England; citing Marriage, Colchester, Essex, England, United Kingdom, Essex Record Office, England; DGS 4298761. 1841 England Census, Clerkenwell St. James, Middlesex, p. 24, Mary Albon; Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com, accessed 6 Nov. 2022). "England, Middlesex Parish Registers, 1539-1988," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 6 Nov. 2022); James Albon and Susannah Lydia Lardent, marriage, 23 Feb. 1845, St. John the Baptist, Muston, Leicestershire, England, p. 86; citing Church of England, St. John the Baptist Chapel, Hoxton, Shoreditch, Middlesex, “Parish registers of St. John the Baptist Chapel, Hoxton, 1826-1922,” image 459/546; DGS 8040875. Deseret News, “Died” (Salt Lake City, Utah Territory), 21 Sep. 1870, vol. 29, p. 8; database with images, Newspapers.com (https://newspapers.com, accessed 18 Oct. 2022).

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  • Page 22

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

    Excerpt:
    Sister Album sent us ^[FIGURE]^ two loaves of bread and a lump of Butter. -[Elder Kimball & myself]- bought each of our wives A Muslin DeLain Dress I also boug- ht one of the same kind for Sister Eunice Woodruff all three of the Dresses or the pattern was exactly alik we {paid} 5 {sterling apiece [half] the summer dress} Also bought a foot rool rule a pair of nut cracks & twesers of Mrs Algood. We walked to ...
    Dates:
    February 5, 1841
  • Page 25

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    was sick nigh unto Death we prayed with her & lade hands upon her & rebuked her sickness in the name of the Lord. In the evening we went to Tabernacle Square & Baptized 4 persons one was Mrs Albon Br James Albon's wife, we also confirmed her. Elder Kimball administered the ordinance of Baptism. He also received 4 letters which gave us information of the vast emegration of the Saints Elder Young said 235 go on one ship & ...
    Dates:
    February 9, 1841 February 10, 1841 February 11, 1841 February 12, 1841
  • Page 47

    Part of Autobiography Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine 1883-84

    Excerpt:
    AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF WILFORD WOODRUFF. [Column 1] Malvern Hill, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Oxford, London. Traveled 4,469 miles; held 230 meetings, and established 53 places for preaching; I planted 47 churches and jointly organized them. These churches were chiefly comprised in the two conferences raised up in Here- fordshire, consisting of about 1,500 Saints, 28 elders, no priests, 24 teachers, and 10 deacons. The baptisms of the year were three hundred and thirty-six persons ...
    Dates:
    January 15, 1841 February 8, 1841 February 11, 1841
  • Page 36

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    May 22, 1873 ~ Thursday May 22nd 1873 I spent the days planting potatoes it has rained nearly Evry day for 2 weeks & most of the time cold May 23, 1873 ~ Friday 23 It rained last night, & is raining to day. I returned to the City. I took cars with Mrs Woodruff & John Taylor, J F Smith to go to Brigham City to hold a 2 days Meeting. Also D. H ...
    Dates:
    May 22, 1873 May 23, 1873 May 24, 1873 May 25, 1873 May 26, 1873 May 27, 1873
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Brigham Young from Wilford Woodruff and Heber C. Kimball, 23 January 1841

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    are butifull, and thare Perrade ground is grand, and very extenssive acres covered with cannon, one of the greates Arsnells in the known ^world^ they have a verry extensive ^duck yard^ thare is three thousand men implaied, fisting fore ware, fifteen hundred of them one convicts a miserable set of being, as I Ever said it is not so dence populated as London but here and there, and Extends here sevrel miles. I wish you could spend 2 or 3 days thare, you would be delited. there is quite a stur than more then there ...