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William Philippo Thompson & Ann Mariah Fellows Thompson

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William Philippo Thompson (1816 - 1897) &
Ann Mariah Fellows Thompson (1816-1894)
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  • 1. William Philippo Thompson (1816 - 1897) & Ann Mariah Fellows Thompson (1816-1894) William Philippo Thompson Ann Mariah Fellows Thompson Pioneer History William Philippo Thompson & Ann Mariah Fellows Thompson William Philippo Thompson Birth: 27 October 1816 Longham, Norfolk, England Baptized: 1849 Death: 20 October 1897 Beaver, Beaver Co., Utah Ann Mariah Fellows Thompson Born: 2 May 1816 Gressenhall, Scarning, Norfolk, England Baptized 1840 Death: 20 December 1894 Beaver, Beaver Co., Utah MARRIED: 28 Sep 1839, Gressenhall, Scarning, Norfolk, England After their first child was born they located to East Durham, Norfolk, England
  • 2. CHILDREN Born East Durham, Norfolk, England Except William Born Longham William Thompson Jr. 1841 England -1912 Beaver ABOARD “Golconda Harriett Ann Thompson 1844 England -1917 Beaver ABOARD “Golconda James Thompson 1845 England -1897 Beaver ABOARD “Golconda Sarah Ann Thompson 1848 England -1849 England David Thompson 1850 England -1850 England Sarah Ann Thompson 1852England -1914 Snoflake, Ariz ABOARD “Golconda Born after arrival at Beaver, Beaver Co., Utah David Hyrum (Phillipo) Thompson 1855-1917 Jessamine Madorah Or Dora Jessamine Thompson 1856-1919 IMMIGRATION William Philippo Thompson & Ann Mariah Fellows Thompson and Family http://mormonmigration.lib.byu.edu/Search/showDetails/db:MM_MII/t:voyage/id:156/keywords:Harriett+Thompson Liverpool to New Orleans on the Golconda (23 Jan 1853 - 26 Mar 1853) Departure; 23 Jan 1853 from Liverpool, Liverpool, England Arrival: 26 Mar 1853 at New Orleans, Louisiana PASSENGER ABOARD “Golconda” Thompson, William Age 35 Thompson, Ann M. Age 35 Thompson, William Age 11 Thompson, Harriett Age 8 Thompson, James Age 7 Thompson, Sarah A. Age 1 THOMPSON’S ON BOARD BUT NOT SURE IF THEY ARE ANY RELATION Thompson, Henry J. Age 23 1830 Maybe this person is Henry Fellow, Bron 1838 BROTHER of Ann Mariah Fellows Thompson Thompson, William Origin Norfolk Occupation Baker Not sure if or how this person may be related On board, but He is not show as part of family group
  • 3. "SIXTY-SECOND COMPANY. -- Golconda, 321 Saints. Under the presidency of Elder Jacob Gates, three hundred and twenty-one Saints sailed from Liverpool, on board the ship Golconda, January 23, 1853. Among other prominent elders on board there were Claudius V. Spencer, A. M. Harmon, R. Rostron, W. Speakman and John Carmichael, who had acted as pastors and presidents of conferences; some of them had been in the missionary fields for many years. Among those who emigrated in the Golconda, were the late Thomas King and his wife, Hannah Tapsfield King, who assisted quite a number of poor Saints in emigrating to Zion. After a prosperous voyage of forty-four days, the Golconda arrived at the Balize, at the mouth of the Mississippi River, where they waited twelve days for a steam tug to take them up to New Orleans. During the voyage, half an hour's storm despoiled the gallant vessel of her three top masts. Four births, two marriages, and two deaths occurred on board; the health of the Saints was very good generally during the entire passage. On the twentieth of March, Elder Spencer baptized Erik M. Caste, a Swedish sailor, who accompanied the Saints to the Valley. The conduct of Captain Kerr gave great satisfaction to all the company, and before the parting a vote of thanks, with three cheers, was tendered him. On the twenty-sixth of March the vessel arrived safely in New Orleans, where the emigrants boarded the steam packet Illionois, on which they continued the journey to St. . Louis, Missouri, and thence, soon afterwards, to Keokuk, Iowa. (Millennial Star, Vol. XV, pp.105, 282, 288, 392.)" http://history.lds.org/overlandtravels/trailExcerptMulti?lang=eng&pioneerId=14459&sourceId=19264 Harriet Ann Thompson, Reminiscences "We came to Utah in 1853, crossed the ocean in the old style sail-vessel "Galconda" [Golconda]. Mr. Bwerker was the sea captain. It took 70 days to cross from Liverpool to New Orleans. We were detained in mid-ocean because of a severe storm. From New Orleans we traveled to Keokuk, Iowa waiting at this point 3 weeks for ox teams to be fitted out for crossing the plains. The next move was to Council Bluffs, Iowa then on to Salt Lake City. They put ten outfits in a company. Each company having a captain. Our captain was Joseph W. Young.
  • 4. My father, William P. Thompson, a sick Mother, a cripple, with four young children, set out on this long trip. At night Father stood guard against the Indians, he drove ox team during the day. Mother and baby 10 months old, Sarah Ann, rode. The other members walked full distance. Well I do remember our feet, sore and blistered with walking. Also fear of the Indian attacks. One time they stole Father's watch. Again on the journey Mother was real ill. She had mountain fever. Being to[o] sick to travel, they camped on the Platte River. Joseph W. Young, our captain, administered to her and promised her she would be better and live to see Salt Lake Valley, and she did. We arrived there (Salt Lake City) in the month of October, after a nine month journey http://history.lds.org/overlandtravels/trailExcerptMulti?lang=eng&pioneerId=14492&sourceId=6365 1853 Joseph W. Young Wagon Company, Feb.-June. 1853 Monday Oct. 10, 1853 - about 3 P.M. where we were met by Elders J.C. and Hector Haight, ascended the Hill and to the joy of all came in sight of the City where we arrived at 5 P.M. and encamped on Union Square in peace and security Tuesday Oct. 11., 1853 This morning the company was aroused by Trumpet Sound at 6 o’clock to prepare for dismissing[.] About 9 A.M. a meeting was called when president J.W. Young spoke well to the saints enjoining upon them faithfulness, diligence &c[.] they were also addressed by President Brigham Young with power and the manifestation of the Holy Ghost, teaching the saints that which was essential for their future destiny, also welcoming them to this delightful vale. After arriving at Salt Lake City, Utah William Philippo Thompson & Ann Mariah Fellows Thompson and children located to Beaver, Beaver Co, Utah
  • 5. Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=103172 William Phillipo Thompson Mountain View Cemetery Beaver, Beaver County, Utah Plot: A_189_1 Ann Mariah Fellows Thompson Mountain View Cemetery Beaver, Beaver County, Utah Plot: A_189_2 Prepared by J.E.Anderson for Uncle Earl Franklin Baldwin (1909-1970) Great Grand Son of: William Philippo Thompson (1816 - 1897) & Ann Mariah Fellows Thompson (1816-1894)

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