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Eliza Jane Peterson (Wilde)

Birthdate: (68)
Birthplace: Southampton, Hampshire, England
Death: May 30, 1908 (68)
Coalville, Summit, UT, United States
Place of Burial: Coalville, Summit, UT, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of William Wilde and Eliza Wilde
Wife of George Henry Peterson
Mother of Eliza Sophonia Pringle; Mary Peterson; Charles Henry Peterson and Annie Peterson
Sister of John Wilde; Henry Phillips Wilde; Frederick George Wilde; Thomas Wilde; Mary Wilde and 3 others
Half sister of Sibling 3 Rabeck; Sibling 1 Rabeck and Sibling 2 Rabeck

Managed by: Kimball Ross Findlay
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About Eliza Jane Peterson

Eliza Wilde, daughter of William Wilde and Eliza (Phillips) Wilde, was born in Bishopstoke, Hampshire, England.

She joined the LDS Church in 1849 at the age of 9 in England and came with her family to America in 1859. They settled in Coalville, Summit, Utah.

Eliza married George Henry Peterson, son of Charles Sreeve Peterson and Ann Bunting (Dennis) Peterson, 13 March 1860 in Sugar House, Salt Lake, Utah. George Henry Peterson also later married Mary Ann Robinson in 1871 and Mary Elizabeth Robinson in 1873. I don't know if these two ladies were related, but I would guess they were given their names, and also the fact that they were both born in the same part of England.

Eliza died Coalville and was buried there 2 June 1908.


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Eliza Jane Peterson's Timeline

July 10, 1839
Southampton, Hampshire, England
January 29, 1863
Age 23
Peterson, Morgan County, Utah, United States
Age 25
Utah, USA
September 13, 1866
Age 27
Weber City, Morgan, UT, United States
Age 28
Utah, USA
May 30, 1908
Age 68
Coalville, Summit, UT, United States
May 31, 1909
Age 68
Coalville, Summit, UT, United States