Historical records matching Harriet Harper
About Harriet Harper
Deseret News, April 2, 1907, page 7
Death of Mrs. Harper Aged Resident of Big Cottonwood Passes Away This Morning
Harriet Taylor Harper of Big Cottonwood, Salt Lake County, Utah, wife of the late Charles A. Harper, pioneer of 1847, died at 5 a.m. today at the residence of her son, Alma Harper, 609 Seventh Street, City (Salt Lake), from heart failure.
Deceased was the daughter of John Taylor and Elizabeth Pummel, and was born in Norwich, Norfolk, England, August 28, 1835, and became a Latter-day Saint in 1852, immigrating to Utah in 1854. She drove an ox team from the Missouri River to Salt Lake, crossing the plains with the company of which Charles A. Harper had charge and to whom she was afterward married in Salt Lake City by President Brigham Young.
She is survived by four daughters and two sons as follows:
Harriet Peterson, Marion, Utah; Emmaline Harper and Parkaretta Horton of Salt Lake; Eleanor White, Big Cottonwood; George Harper, Rigby, Idaho and Alma Harper of Salt Lake City, together with 25 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held from the Big Cottonwood meetinghouse, Friday, April 5, 1907, at 2 p.m. Interment will be in the Holladay Cemetery.
Harriet Harper's Timeline
August 23, 1836
January 1, 1857
January 18, 1858
August 19, 1861
Holladay, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA
May 4, 1863
March 2, 1866
January 24, 1868
Park City, Summmit, Utah, USA
November 27, 1870
June 10, 1877