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Mary Harriet "Hattie*" Critchlow

Mary Harriet "Hattie*" Critchlow

Kvinna 1864 - 1948  (84 år)

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  • Namn Mary Harriet "Hattie*" Critchlow 
    Född 31 Jan 1864  Riverdale, Weber County, Utah, USA Hitta alla personer med händelser på denna plats  [1
    Kön Kvinna 
    Död 4 Apr 1948  Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA Hitta alla personer med händelser på denna plats  [1
    Begravd eft 4 Apr 1948  Salt Lake City Cemetery, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA Hitta alla personer med händelser på denna plats  [1
    • Plot: N-15-25-3W
    Person-ID I16628  Kvalevaag
    Senast ändrad 3 Sep 2017 

    Familj Ephraim Peter Jensen,   f. 5 Nov 1857, Brigham City, Box Elder County, Utah, USA Hitta alla personer med händelser på denna plats,   d. 24 Okt 1939, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA Hitta alla personer med händelser på denna plats  (Ålder 81 år) 
    Barn 
     1. Keith Royal Jensen,   f. 23 Feb 1892, Logan, Cache County, Utah, USA Hitta alla personer med händelser på denna plats,   d. 11 Nov 1962, Greenland California, USA Hitta alla personer med händelser på denna plats  (Ålder 70 år)
    Senast ändrad 3 Sep 2017 
    Familjens ID F17074  Familjeöversikt  |  Familjediagram

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  • Noteringar 
    • Mary Harriet ("Hattie") Critchlow was born on January 31, 1864 in Riverdale (a suburb of Ogden), Weber County, Utah. She was the first of fourteen children born to William Fuller Critchlow and Mary Eliza Brown. Her parents were some of the first pioneers in Utah. Her mother was the third white girl born in Utah, and the first white child brought to Ogden. Her grandmother, Mary Black Brown, was the first white woman there as well. Her grandfather, Captain James Brown, of the Mormon Battalion, was a founder of Ogden City.
    • Hattie attended public and private schools in Ogden until she was fifteen years of age, at that time she became an assistant teacher in the First Ward School. At sixteen Hattie began teaching in the country schools. Later she taught in the Ogden City Schools. With the first money that she made from teaching school she bought an organ and furnished the family parlor. She learned to play the organ at fifteen.
    • On May 1, 1884, at the age of twenty Hattie married Ephraim Peter Jensen in the Endowment House in Salt Lake City, Utah. After marriage she continued to teach school, give music lessons, worked as a book agent, in a store, taught painting and fancy work, kept borders, took in sewing, worked at insurance and real estate. She and Ephraim had eight children.
    • Hattie was very involved in genealogical research and wrote many poems. Hattie died at the age of 84 on April 4, 1948 in Salt Lake City. She is buried in the Salt Lake City Cemetery.

  • Källor 
    1. [S93] www.findagrave.com.