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Laura H Ann Gibbs/ Beach/ Wood/Read (Gibbs)

Also Known As: "Laura Ann Gibbs", "Laura Ann Wood"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Batavia, Genesee County, New York, United States
Death: Died in Ogden, Weber County, Utah Territory, United States
Place of Burial: Ogden City Cemetery Ogden Weber County Utah, USA Plot: C-3-30-5W
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Horace A. Gibbs and Elinda Ann Gibbs
Wife of Rufus Beach (1795 - 1850); Daniel Streeper Wood and Samuel George Read
Ex-wife of John B. Gibb
Mother of Katherine Ann Beach Toponce (1847 - 1926); Emma Adella Wood Tolman; Henrietta Wood Harsh (1855 - 1945); Laura Mariah Read and Sarah Elenda Beach Reed (1849 - 1934)
Sister of Lydia Ann Gibbs Cousins (1816 - 1894); Martha Eliza Gibbs Gibson (1828 - 1876)* and Hannah Maria Gibbs Jones (1856 - 1938)

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About Laura H Ann Gibbs Gibbs

Laura Ann (Gibbs) Gibbs Laura Ann Gibbs Gibbs Birth: Mar. 5, 1814 Batavia Genesee County New York Death: Jul. 25, 1893 Ogden Weber CountyUtah Daughter of Horace Dewitt Gibbs and Elaine (Elinda) Ann Mack Married John B. Gibb, 16 Sep 1833, Batavia, Genesee, New York, later divorced. Children - Horace Dewitt Gibb, William Henry Gibb, Alfred Gully Gibb, Alfred Secevillon Gibb. Married - Rufus Beach, 21 Jan 1846, Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois, later divorced. Children - Katherine Ann Beach, Sarah Elenda Beach. Married - Daniel Wood, 14 Jan 1852, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, later divorced. Children - Emma Adell Wood, Henrietta Wood. Married - Samuel George Read, 1 Sep 1860, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, later divorced. Daughter - Laura Mariah Read (adopted granddaughter). History - As recorded by Laura Mariah Read (spelling maintained): My mother, Laura Ann Gibbs was married to John B. Gibbs at Batava, New York, Sep. 16th 1833. When she was 19 years old they moved to Kalamazoo, Mich. where they lived several years. She was the mother of four boys: William Henry; Horice Dewitt; Alfred Secevillon, who died; and Alfred Gully. While the boys were very small she embraced the Gospel of the L.D.S., but her husband would not and could not be endused to join with her. He would not let her have any of the children but the youngest who she took and went with the people she loved. She gave up her people, friends, home, husband and children, wealth, and everything she had for her religen. She went with the Saints to Nauvoo and endured all the hardships and sufferings they went through. She knew the Prophet Joseph Smith and familey well, her Grandmother Mack, being a second cousin of his Mother. She came with the Saints when they were driven West in Winter Quarters. They suffered many hardships. Hardly a day passed without some accident while crossing the Plaines, but at last they arived in Salt Lake Vally on September 4th 1847. She was always true to her relion. It always came first. She taught school in the 17th Ward in Sister Lamson's home on North Temple and 1st West Street. Sister Edna and Julina Lamson Smith, wifes of the Prophet Joseph F. Smith, were two of her puples. They always called mother Aunt Laura. She married Rufas Beach in Nauvoo and he died in Cal. where he was sent in 1849 by the Church. By him she had Sarah Elenda Beach Read and Kathreon Ann Beach Toponce of Ogden who are still living. Brother Beach went to Calif. with the gold digers and died in S. F. in 1849. He was sent then by the church. Then she married Wm Danial Wood of Bountifull, Utah, by whom she become the mother of two girls, Emma Adell Wood Tolman of Pocatello, Idaho, and Henryetta Wood Harsh of Salt Lake City. He did not treat her children right. He was not a good husband or father so she seperated from him. At the time of the move she went to Springville, Utah and staid there 3 years teaching school there. When the Saints come back to S.L. she married my father, Samual George Read in 1862. She was married to my father by Judge Smith at his home on North Teple in the 17th Ward. I was born Aug 9th 1863 in the same ward, Salt Lake City, on first west where the properity lately owned by Mary and Josh Davis. It belonged to my mother when Johnsons Army came and the people went South. She went as far as Springville and taught school there for 3 years. She married my father after her return here. My father was bookkeeper for the Deseret News untill he estabished business for himself under the firm name of the London News Dealer by the old Salt Lake Theater. He was still in that business when he died in 1893, 5 months after the death of my mother. He died at the home of his son's, Walter. P. Read, supertendant of the old St. Rail Road Co. He was a loutenent in the British Army, fought the Crimea War and knew Florance Nitengale, the first war nurse in Inda. My father came with the Handcart Companey from Iowa 1860. He lived in mother's family from that day untill a year after when she married him. Family links: Parents:

 Horace Dewitt Gibbs (1778 - 1875)
 Elenda Ann Mack Gibbs (1786 - 1864)

Spouses:
 Rufus Beach (1795 - 1850)
 Daniel Wood (1800 - 1892)*
 Samuel George Read (1807 - 1893)*

Children:
 Katherine Ann Beach Toponce (1847 - 1926)*
 Sarah Elenda Beach Reed (1849 - 1934)*
 Emma Adell Wood Tolman (1852 - 1935)*
 Henrietta Wood Harsh (1855 - 1945)*


Note: Listed in the cemetery sexton office as Laura Ann Gibbs. 
 

Burial: Ogden City Cemetery Ogden Weber County Utah, USAPlot: C-3-30-5W


Created by: SMSmithRecord added: Feb 14, 2007 Find A Grave Memorial# 17933516

 

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Laura Ann Beach in the Sons of Utah Pioneers - Card Index, 1847-1850 Name: Laura Ann Beach Birth Date: 5 Mar 1814 Birth Place: Batavia, N. Y. Source Information Ancestry.com. Sons of Utah Pioneers - Card Index, 1847-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2002. Original data: Card Index. Salt Lake City, UT, USA: Sons of the Utah Pioneers. Description This database is an index of people who came to Utah between 1847 and 1850. Learn more... © 2015, Ancestry.com

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Laura Gibbs

Birth: Mar. 5, 1814 Batavia Gen esee County New York, USA

Death: Jul. 25, 1893 Ogden Weber County Utah, USA

Daughter of Horace Dewitt Gibbs and Elaine (Elinda) Ann Mack

Married John B. Gibb, 16 Sep 1833, Batavia, Genesee, New York, later divorced.

Children - Horace Dewitt Gibb, William Henry Gibb, Alfred Gully Gibb, Alfred Secevillon Gibb.

Married - Rufus Beach, 21 Jan 1846, Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois, later divorced.

Children - Katherine Ann Beach, Sarah Elenda Beach.

Married - Daniel Wood, 14 Jan 1852, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, later divorced.

Children - Emma Adell Wood, Henrietta Wood.

Married - Samuel George Read, 1 Sep 1860, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, later divorced.

Daughter - Laura Mariah Read (adopted granddaughter).

History - As recorded by Laura Mariah Read (spelling maintained):

My mother, Laura Ann Gibbs was married to John B. Gibbs at Batava, New York, Sep. 16th 1833. When she was 19 years old they moved to Kalamazoo, Mich. where they lived several years. She was the mother of four boys: William Henry; Horice Dewitt; Alfred Secevillon, who died; and Alfred Gully. While the boys were very small she embraced the Gospel of the L.D.S., but her husband would not and could not be endused to join with her. He would not let her have any of the children but the youngest who she took and went with the people she loved. She gave up her people, friends, home, husband and children, wealth, and everything she had for her religen.

She went with the Saints to Nauvoo and endured all the hardships and sufferings they went through. She knew the Prophet Joseph Smith and familey well, her Grandmother Mack, being a second cousin of his Mother. She came with the Saints when they were driven West in Winter Quarters. They suffered many hardships. Hardly a day passed without some accident while crossing the Plaines, but at last they arived in Salt Lake Vally on September 4th 1847. She was always true to her relion. It always came first.

She taught school in the 17th Ward in Sister Lamson's home on North Temple and 1st West Street. Sister Edna and Julina Lamson Smith, wifes of the Prophet Joseph F. Smith, were two of her puples. They always called mother Aunt Laura.

She married Rufas Beach in Nauvoo and he died in Cal. where he was sent in 1849 by the Church. By him she had Sarah Elenda Beach Read and Kathreon Ann Beach Toponce of Ogden who are still living. Brother Beach went to Calif. with the gold digers and died in S. F. in 1849. He was sent then by the church.

Then she married Wm Danial Wood of Bountifull, Utah, by whom she become the mother of two girls, Emma Adell Wood Tolman of Pocatello, Idaho, and Henryetta Wood Harsh of Salt Lake City. He did not treat her children right. He was not a good husband or father so she seperated from him.

At the time of the move she went to Springville, Utah and staid there 3 years teaching school there. When the Saints come back to S.L. she married my father, Samual George Read in 1862. She was married to my father by Judge Smith at his home on North Teple in the 17th Ward.

I was born Aug 9th 1863 in the same ward, Salt Lake City, on first west where the properity lately owned by Mary and Josh Davis. It belonged to my mother when Johnsons Army came and the people went South. She went as far as Springville and taught school there for 3 years. She married my father after her return here.

My father was bookkeeper for the Deseret News untill he estabished business for himself under the firm name of the London News Dealer by the old Salt Lake Theater. He was still in that business when he died in 1893, 5 months after the death of my mother. He died at the home of his son's, Walter. P. Read, supertendant of the old St. Rail Road Co. He was a loutenent in the British Army, fought the Crimea War and knew Florance Nitengale, the first war nurse in Inda.

My father came with the Handcart Companey from Iowa 1860. He lived in mother's family from that day untill a year after when she married him.

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Birth: Mar. 5, 1814 Batavia Genesee County New York, USA Death: Jul. 26, 1893 Ogden Weber County Utah, USA

Daughter of Horace Dewitt Gibbs and Elaine (Elinda) Ann Mack

Married John B. Gibb, 16 Sep 1833, Batavia, Genesee, New York, later divorced.

Children - Horace Dewitt Gibb, William Henry Gibb, Alfred Gully Gibb, Alfred Secevillon Gibb.

Married - Rufus Beach, 21 Jan 1846, Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois, later divorced.

Children - Katherine Ann Beach, Sarah Elenda Beach.

Married - Daniel Wood, 14 Jan 1852, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, later divorced.

Children - Emma Adell Wood, Henrietta Wood.

Married - Samuel George Read, 1 Sep 1860, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, later divorced.

Daughter - Laura Mariah Read (adopted granddaughter).

History - As recorded by Laura Mariah Read (spelling maintained):

My mother, Laura Ann Gibbs was married to John B. Gibbs at Batava, New York, Sep. 16th 1833. When she was 19 years old they moved to Kalamazoo, Mich. where they lived several years. She was the mother of four boys: William Henry; Horice Dewitt; Alfred Secevillon, who died; and Alfred Gully. While the boys were very small she embraced the Gospel of the L.D.S., but her husband would not and could not be endused to join with her. He would not let her have any of the children but the youngest who she took and went with the people she loved. She gave up her people, friends, home, husband and children, wealth, and everything she had for her religen.

She went with the Saints to Nauvoo and endured all the hardships and sufferings they went through. She knew the Prophet Joseph Smith and familey well, her Grandmother Mack, being a second cousin of his Mother. She came with the Saints when they were driven West in Winter Quarters. They suffered many hardships. Hardly a day passed without some accident while crossing the Plaines, but at last they arived in Salt Lake Vally on September 4th 1847. She was always true to her relion. It always came first.

She taught school in the 17th Ward in Sister Lamson's home on North Temple and 1st West Street. Sister Edna and Julina Lamson Smith, wifes of the Prophet Joseph F. Smith, were two of her puples. They always called mother Aunt Laura.

She married Rufas Beach in Nauvoo and he died in Cal. where he was sent in 1849 by the Church. By him she had Sarah Elenda Beach Read and Kathreon Ann Beach Toponce of Ogden who are still living. Brother Beach went to Calif. with the gold digers and died in S. F. in 1849. He was sent then by the church.

Then she married Wm Danial Wood of Bountifull, Utah, by whom she become the mother of two girls, Emma Adell Wood Tolman of Pocatello, Idaho, and Henryetta Wood Harsh of Salt Lake City. He did not treat her children right. He was not a good husband or father so she seperated from him.

At the time of the move she went to Springville, Utah and staid there 3 years teaching school there. When the Saints come back to S.L. she married my father, Samual George Read in 1862. She was married to my father by Judge Smith at his home on North Teple in the 17th Ward.

I was born Aug 9th 1863 in the same ward, Salt Lake City, on first west where the properity lately owned by Mary and Josh Davis. It belonged to my mother when Johnsons Army came and the people went South. She went as far as Springville and taught school there for 3 years. She married my father after her return here.

My father was bookkeeper for the Deseret News untill he estabished business for himself under the firm name of the London News Dealer by the old Salt Lake Theater. He was still in that business when he died in 1893, 5 months after the death of my mother. He died at the home of his son's, Walter. P. Read, supertendant of the old St. Rail Road Co. He was a loutenent in the British Army, fought the Crimea War and knew Florance Nitengale, the first war nurse in Inda.

My father came with the Handcart Companey from Iowa 1860. He lived in mother's family from that day untill a year after when she married him.

Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, Daniel Spencer/Perrigrine Sessions Company (1847)


Family links:

Parents:
 Horace DeWitt Gibbs (1787 - 1875)
 Elenda Ann Mack Gibbs (1786 - 1864)

Spouses:
 Rufus Beach (1795 - 1850)
 Daniel Wood (1800 - 1892)*
 Samuel George Read (1807 - 1893)*

Children:
 Katherine Ann Beach Toponce (1847 - 1926)*
 Sarah Elenda Beach Reed (1849 - 1934)*
 Emma Adell Wood Tolman (1852 - 1935)*
 Henrietta Wood Harsh (1855 - 1945)*

Siblings:
 Laura Ann Gibbs Gibbs (1814 - 1893)
 Lydia Ann Gibbs Cousins (1816 - 1894)*
 Martha Eliza Gibbs Gibson (1828 - 1876)*
 Hannah Maria Gibbs Jones (1856 - 1938)**
  • Calculated relationship
    • Half-sibling

Note: Listed in the cemetery sexton office as Laura Ann Gibbs.


Burial: Ogden City Cemetery Ogden Weber County Utah, USA Plot: C-3-30-5W


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Created by: SMSmith Record added: Feb 14, 2007 Find A Grave Memorial# 17933516

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Lydia Ann Laura Gibbs (1817 - 1893), daughter of Horace A. Gibbs (born 1791) and Elinda Ann Mack (1795 - 1869), was born 9 August 1817 at Batavia, Genesee County, New York. Lydia Ann emigrated to Utah with the Heber C. Kimball Company of 1848; she married (1) Samuel George Read, and (2) Daniel Streeper Wood (1800 - 1892), son of Henry Wood (1777 - 1850) and Elizabeth Demelt (1779 - 1844) on 22 July 1851. Lydia Ann Laura Wood died at the age of 75 on 27 July 1893 at Ogden, Weber County, Utah Territory.

Marriage and Children

  1. Samuel George Read
    1. Laura Mariah Read
  2. Daniel Streeper Wood (16 October 1800 Keg Creek, Dutchess County, New York - 15 April 1892 Woods Cross, Davis County, Utah Territory)
    1. Emma Adella Wood (31 January 1853 Bountiful, Davis, Utah Territory - 10 August 1935 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho)

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Laura H Ann Gibbs Gibbs's Timeline

1814
March 5, 1814
Batavia, Genesee County, New York, United States
1833
September 16, 1833
Age 19
Batavia, Genesee, New York, later divorced.
1846
January 21, 1846
Age 31
Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois, later divorced.
1851
July 22, 1851
Age 37
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, later divorced., Records show that it could have been in the Office of the President
1853
January 31, 1853
Age 38
Bountiful, Davis County, Utah Territory, United States
1860
September 1, 1860
Age 46
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, Usa
1863
August 9, 1863
Age 49
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, Usa
1894
July 3, 1894
Age 80
Ogden, Weber County, Utah Territory, United States

Laura H Gibbs Beach in the LDS Pioneer and Handcart Companies, 1847-1856
Name: Laura H Gibbs Beach
[Laura H Gibbs Gibbs]
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 5 Mar 1814
Birth Place: Batavia, Genesee Co., New York
Marriage Date: 16 Sep 1833
Death Date: 3 Jul 1894
Company: Fourth Ten of the First Fifty of the First Hundred
Spouse's Name: John B Gibbs
Father's name: Horace DeWitt Gibbs
Mother's name: Elaine Mack
Source Information
Ancestry.com. LDS Pioneer and Handcart Companies, 1847-1856 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com, 2013.
Original data:
Black, Susan Easton. Pioneers of 1847: A Sesquicentennial Remembrance. Provo, Utah: © 1980. Private donor.
Black, Susan Easton. Members of the Ellsworth and McArthur Handcart Companies of 1856. © 1982. Private donor.
Black, Susan Easton. Members of the Willie and Martin Handcart Companies of 1856: A Sesquicentennial Remembrance. Provo, Utah: © 1980. Private donor.
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July 3, 1894
Age 80
Ogden City Cemetery Ogden Weber County Utah, USA Plot: C-3-30-5W

Birth: Mar. 5, 1814
Batavia
Genesee County
New York, USA
Death: Jul. 26, 1893
Ogden
Weber County
Utah, USA

Daughter of Horace Dewitt Gibbs and Elaine (Elinda) Ann Mack

Married John B. Gibb, 16 Sep 1833, Batavia, Genesee, New York, later divorced.

Children - Horace Dewitt Gibb, William Henry Gibb, Alfred Gully Gibb, Alfred Secevillon Gibb.

Married - Rufus Beach, 21 Jan 1846, Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois, later divorced.

Children - Katherine Ann Beach, Sarah Elenda Beach.

Married - Daniel Wood, 14 Jan 1852, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, later divorced.

Children - Emma Adell Wood, Henrietta Wood.

Married - Samuel George Read, 1 Sep 1860, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, later divorced.

Daughter - Laura Mariah Read (adopted granddaughter).

History - As recorded by Laura Mariah Read (spelling maintained):

My mother, Laura Ann Gibbs was married to John B. Gibbs at Batava, New York, Sep. 16th 1833. When she was 19 years old they moved to Kalamazoo, Mich. where they lived several years. She was the mother of four boys: William Henry; Horice Dewitt; Alfred Secevillon, who died; and Alfred Gully. While the boys were very small she embraced the Gospel of the L.D.S., but her husband would not and could not be endused to join with her. He would not let her have any of the children but the youngest who she took and went with the people she loved. She gave up her people, friends, home, husband and children, wealth, and everything she had for her religen.

She went with the Saints to Nauvoo and endured all the hardships and sufferings they went through. She knew the Prophet Joseph Smith and familey well, her Grandmother Mack, being a second cousin of his Mother. She came with the Saints when they were driven West in Winter Quarters. They suffered many hardships. Hardly a day passed without some accident while crossing the Plaines, but at last they arived in Salt Lake Vally on September 4th 1847. She was always true to her relion. It always came first.

She taught school in the 17th Ward in Sister Lamson's home on North Temple and 1st West Street. Sister Edna and Julina Lamson Smith, wifes of the Prophet Joseph F. Smith, were two of her puples. They always called mother Aunt Laura.

She married Rufas Beach in Nauvoo and he died in Cal. where he was sent in 1849 by the Church. By him she had Sarah Elenda Beach Read and Kathreon Ann Beach Toponce of Ogden who are still living. Brother Beach went to Calif. with the gold digers and died in S. F. in 1849. He was sent then by the church.

Then she married Wm Danial Wood of Bountifull, Utah, by whom she become the mother of two girls, Emma Adell Wood Tolman of Pocatello, Idaho, and Henryetta Wood Harsh of Salt Lake City. He did not treat her children right. He was not a good husband or father so she seperated from him.

At the time of the move she went to Springville, Utah and staid there 3 years teaching school there. When the Saints come back to S.L. she married my father, Samual George Read in 1862. She was married to my father by Judge Smith at his home on North Teple in the 17th Ward.

I was born Aug 9th 1863 in the same ward, Salt Lake City, on first west where the properity lately owned by Mary and Josh Davis. It belonged to my mother when Johnsons Army came and the people went South. She went as far as Springville and taught school there for 3 years. She married my father after her return here.

My father was bookkeeper for the Deseret News untill he estabished business for himself under the firm name of the London News Dealer by the old Salt Lake Theater. He was still in that business when he died in 1893, 5 months after the death of my mother. He died at the home of his son's, Walter. P. Read, supertendant of the old St. Rail Road Co. He was a loutenent in the British Army, fought the Crimea War and knew Florance Nitengale, the first war nurse in Inda.

My father came with the Handcart Companey from Iowa 1860. He lived in mother's family from that day untill a year after when she married him.

Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, Daniel Spencer/Perrigrine Sessions Company (1847)

Family links:
Parents:
Horace DeWitt Gibbs (1787 - 1875)
Elenda Ann Mack Gibbs (1786 - 1864)

Spouses:
Rufus Beach (1795 - 1850)
Daniel Wood (1800 - 1892)*
Samuel George Read (1807 - 1893)*

Children:
Katherine Ann Beach Toponce (1847 - 1926)*
Sarah Elenda Beach Reed (1849 - 1934)*
Emma Adell Wood Tolman (1852 - 1935)*
Henrietta Wood Harsh (1855 - 1945)*

Siblings:
Laura Ann Gibbs Gibbs (1814 - 1893)
Lydia Ann Gibbs Cousins (1816 - 1894)*
Martha Eliza Gibbs Gibson (1828 - 1876)*
Hannah Maria Gibbs Jones (1856 - 1938)**

*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling

Note: Listed in the cemetery sexton office as Laura Ann Gibbs.

Burial:
Ogden City Cemetery
Ogden
Weber County
Utah, USA
Plot: C-3-30-5W

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Created by: SMSmith
Record added: Feb 14, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 17933516

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