Brigham Young S Homes by Colleen Whitley

By Colleen Whitley

This assortment surveys the various homes, apartments, farms, and homes of Brigham younger, chief of the Mormon pioneers, first territorial governor of Utah, and moment president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The authors talk about, as well as the structures themselves, what went on inside their partitions, taking a look in particular on the lives of Young's plural better halves and their young ones. Their emphasis is on Young's apartments as houses, not only constructions. The textual content is seriously illustrated with photographs, drawings and maps.

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It is clear from his memories that the entire family was put to work meeting the family’s minimal survival needs. A poignant reference to the Cold Brook home exists. In 1809, Brigham’s older sister Rhoda, who had been left behind in Hopkinton, likely with her 19 Brigham Young’s Birthplace and New York Residences Today the sawmill is a pile of rubble beside the road. Photo by Marianne Burgoyne. 45 Brigham’s brother Joseph recalled: . . in September of this year she arrived at our humble home on Cold Brook with old deacon Abner Morton, our mother’s uncle.

Courtesy of Museum of Church History and Art, used by permission. He continues: “I was so directed by a prophet of God and I was not going away to Willoughby, Painsville, Cleveland, nor any where else to build up the Gentiles,”8 once again demonstrating his zeal to do the prophet’s bidding, and thereby be paid for his obedience and labor. Brigham also built his friend Heber Kimball a home. 9 This home was not completed until April 1834. 12 Brigham’s second wife, Mary Ann Angell, whom he married seventeen months after Miriam died, had joined the church after reading a Book of Mormon loaned to her by Thomas B.

50 Wait explains that Genoa took in a great deal more territory at the time the Youngs lived there than it did later. It embraced the towns of Locke, Summerhill, and Groton in Tompkins County until 1802, and Lansing in Tomkins until 1817. 52 In one account, It Happened in Lansing, Isabelle H. Parish, town of Lansing historian, reports that Brigham Young lived as a boy with his parents on the shore of Cayuga Lake, near Lansing Station. 55 The cemetery is small. Most tombstones are broken, the writing on them not discernible.

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