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Henrietta Taylor

Birth26 SEP 1833
 
Death27 SEP 1901
 
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Aged: 68 years
From Daughters of the Utah Pioneers
BIRTHDATE: 26 Sep 1833, Lorain Co., Ohio
DEATH: 27 Sep 1902, Santaquin, Utah Co., Utah
PARENTS: Benjamin F. Taylor, Ann Mennell
PIONEER: 1850, William Wall Wagon Train
SPOUSE: David Hollis Holladay
MARRIED: l Feb 1852, San Bernardino, California
DEATH SP: 29 Jan 1874, Santaquin, Utah Co., Utah

CHILDREN:
David Franklin, 28 Oct 1853
John Martin, 10 Apr 1857
Henrietta Ann, 21 Oct 1860
Elizabeth Euzella, 28 Oct 1864
Norman Sylvester, 8 Aug 1871
Jesse Hollis, 23 May 1873
The Taylor family embraced the gospel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1840 when Henrietta was seven years old. In 1843, they moved to Macedonia, Illinois, where she was baptized. It was a fearful time when mobs burned the houses and terrorized the people.

After the Prophet's death they moved to Council Bluffs, where they lived in a wagon. She states: "We lived on johnny-cakes and porridge for 3 weeks. After living in a temporary home in Winter Quarters for 4 years, we crossed the plains in the William Wall Company arriving in Utah in 1850. We lived under the most harsh conditions. In the spring my father was called to move to California."

On February 1, 1852, Henrietta married David Hollis Holladay in San Bernardino, California. During the seven years in California she had two sons.

When the Saints came back to Utah, they settled in Beaver, Utah, where her husband started to build a log house. Before it was completed he was called to explore the White mountains with Amasa Lyman and Company. Henrietta moved into the house, but had to hang a quilt over the front door and cloth over the window. After he returned they decided to move farther north to Santaquin, Utah, where David built a four-room adobe house.

Nine months after her last child was born, her husband had an accident to his arm which caused blood poisoning to set in, causing his death at the age of forty-two on January 12, 1874. This was a great hardship for Henrietta and her young family. Her mother was a great help, but she died the next year.

Henrietta continued to live in Santaquin, passing away there on September 27, 1902, at the age of sixty-nine. 
 
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 Parents:
  Benjamin Franklin Taylor (1805 - 1889)
  Ann Mennell Taylor (1812 - 1875)
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Sources
  1. Findagrave
  2. Other: Gedcom Import: lesterbingham1.ged; Imported 1/9/2010;
  1. Findagrave
  2. Other: Gedcom Import: lesterbingham1.ged; Imported 1/9/2010;
  3. Website: Familysearch ancestral file;
    Source from: Ray Gurganus
Added8-9-2009 12:00 AM1-9-2010 05:02 PM
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