About Zelnora Sophronia Glover (Snow)
"...Zelnora Sophronia Snow (Glover) Born 25 Feb 1824, Bernardston, MA to Prince Snow and Asenath Scott. Died 20 Jun 1900, Lewiston, UT. Buried in Farmington City Cemetery Section F Lot 48 grave 64, Farmington, UT.
At age 19, she went to Lowell to work in a mill and was a tailor by trade. She began attending the LDS Church and was baptized April 11, 1844. She was a Committee Member of the Lowell Latter Day Saint Benevolent Sewing Society when it was organized on July 17, 1844. In 1846 she sailed from New York on the ship Brooklyn with Samuel Brannon, landed in San Francisco, and later came to Utah.
She traveled with the William Glover Family to Salt Lake in the "gold train" (or Thomas Rhoades Company) July to September, 1849 (along with Susan Savage). She became 2nd wife of William Glover, Jr. on 7 Jul 1851, and they had 5 children in Utah..."
SOURCE: "MEMBERS & MISSIONARIES OF THE LOWELL, MASS. BRANCH OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS, 1835-1860" Compiled by Martha Mayo & Connell O'Donovan. Retrieved from http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=23797540