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Elizabeth Adler (Bevan)

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Birthplace: North Bradley, Wiltshire, England
Death: Died in Farmington, Davis, Utah, USA
Place of Burial: Farmington City Cemetery , Farmington, Davis, Utah, USA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Job Beavan and Jane Bevan
Wife of William Adler and William Alder
Mother of Jane Bourne; John Adler; Alfred Alder; Jane Bourne; Elijah Alder and 6 others
Sister of Ann Purnell

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About Elizabeth Adler (Bevan)

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Birth: Aug. 26, 1792 North Bradley Wiltshire, England

Death: Dec. 11, 1867 Farmington Davis County Utah, USA

Daughter of Job Bevan and Jane Keates

Married William Alder, 24 Jan 1814, Trowbridahoge, Wilshire, England. He died 5 Oct 1842, Cheltenham, Gloucester, England.

Children - John Alder, James Alder, George Alder, Ann Alder, Mary Alder, Alfred Alder, Jane Alder, William Alder, Elijah Alder, Elizabeth Alder, William Walter Alder

History - Elizabeth was born in North Bradley, Wiltshire, England to Job Bevan and Jane Keates. She was raised in England and most of her life. She was twenty-two when she married William Alder, eight years her senior. Their married life was spent in that area.

William and Elizabeth had eleven children, seven boys and four girls. Elizabeth was forty-five years old when the youngest baby was born. When their baby was five years old, William died leaving Elizabeth at fifty to care for the six children under eighteen.

The Alder family joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and set sail from Liverpool, England for the United States on March 5, 1844, on the ship, "Glasco". After six weeks on the ocean, they finally landed in New Oleans, Louisiana. From there they sailed up the Mississippi River to St. Louis, Missouri, and on to Nauvoo, Illinois.

Elizabeth crossed the Plains with her son, Alfred, in the Claudius Spencer's Wagon Train leaving from Kanesville, Missouri. The journey lasted 113 days. Elizabeth had her sixtieth birthday in Wyoming three weeks before they entered the Salt Lake Valley. The family settled in Kaysville, Utah.

In the early spring of 1860, many Saints were called to relocate and colonize Idaho, Alfred and George her sons, were among those called.

Elizabeth passed away in Farmington, Utah.

Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, Claudius V. Spencer Company (1853) Age at departure: 60

Perpetual Emigrating Fund


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Children:
  • Alfred Alder (1824 - 1905)*
  • Jane Alder Bourne (1827 - 1889)*
  • Elijah Alder (1835 - 1899)*

Burial: Farmington City Cemetery Farmington Davis County Utah, USA Plot: B-113-7


Maintained by: SMS Originally Created by: Utah State Historical So... Record added: Feb 02, 2000 Find A Grave Memorial# 135682

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Elizabeth Adler's Timeline

1792
August 26, 1792
North Bradley, Wiltshire, England
1824
May 3, 1824
Age 31
Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England
1827
June 8, 1827
Age 34
Upper Arley, Worcestershire, England
June 8, 1827
Age 34
Upper Arley, Worcestershire, England
1835
June 27, 1835
Age 42
Devizes, Wiltshire, England
1867
December 11, 1867
Age 75
Farmington, Davis, Utah, USA
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