William Holland


Tuesday, Mar 27, 1804
Barton-under-Needwood, Staffordshire, England


Saturday, Jan 1, 1842
Age: 37


Wednesday, Oct 2, 1844
Nauvoo, Illinois
Burial: Nauvoo, Illinois
Age: 40

Lived in Nauvoo

Tags: #Converts William Holland Thursday, March 12, 2015 5:51 AM   Baptism: 10 Apr 1872, but confirmed 1 Jan 1842   (son John) • Report issue Name: John Holland Gender: Male Relationship to Primary Person: Self (Head) Father: William Holland Mother: Sarah Tomlinson Birth Date: 23 Mar 1836 Birth Place: Barton-Under-Needwood, Staffordshire, England Death Date: 25 Apr 1925 Death Place: Kaysville, Davis, Utah, USA Burial Date: 29 Apr 1925 Burial Place: Ogden, Weber, Utah, USA Residences: Ogden, Weber, Utah, USA; 1860 Plain City, Weber, Utah, USA; 1876 Kaysville, Davis, Utah, USA; 1905 Idaho, USA LDS Church Ordinance Data: Baptism Date: 1844 Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA Officiator: Thomas Clark Ordained High Priest Date: June 24, 1899 Officiator: Joseph Parry LDS Temple Ordinance Data: Endowment Date: February 17, 1865 Temple: Endowment House in Salt Lake City, UT Sealed to Spouse Number 1 Date: February 17, 1865 Temple: Endowment House in Salt Lake City, UT Comments: John came to Utah in October of 1850. Comments: #21. In 1860, John had a household of 1, and no real or personal wealth. Comments: #31. John was a veteran Elder of Kaysville, Davis county in Utah. He emigrated to America the same year with his parents, crossing the Atlantic in the ship “Fannie” (which sailed from Liverpool, England, January 23, 1844), arrived at New Orleans, March 7, 1844, and at Nauvoo, Illinois April 13, 1844. His father died October 2, 1844, and young John lived with a neighbor until 1846, when he started West, going as far as Garden Grove, where he stopped until the spring of 1847, when he continued the journey to Council Bluffs and crossed the Missouri river to Winter Quarters. He worked on a farm until his mother with a part of her family arrived from Nauvoo. The mother being sick, died October 28, 1847, at Winter Quarters. John then went to Weston, Missouri, where he worked in a pork house through the winter. He made several journeys between Weston and Winter Quarters until 1850, when a few “Mormon” families left west for Utah, John going with them. That year (1850) he crossed the plains in a freight company, and in 1853 settled temporarily at Kaysville, in 1844 he moved to Ogden, where he assisted in building the Ogden tabernacle. Previous to this he had taken part in the Echo canyon war. Brother Holland had three sons on missions in England at the same time.   From


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