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Julia Anne Bagley (Grant)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: North Hampton, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada
Death: Died in Kansas, United States
Cause of death: Cholera
Place of Burial: Non-Cemetery Burial, Specifically: Few days west of Mormon Grove Kansas
Immediate Family:

Daughter of William Grant, Sr. and Anna Maidstone Grant
Wife of Edward Cyrenius Bagley
Mother of Anna Bagley; Charles Stewart Bagley; John Grant Bagley; George Ford Bagley; David Bagley and 7 others
Sister of Ann "Nancy" Angell Wharton; Elizabeth Mcinelly; Phoebe Sophia Hillman Miller; Mary Tompkins "Polly" Maidstone Green; William Grant, Jr. and 6 others

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About Julia Anne Bagley

Julia Anne Grant

Contributed By Edwards,S.Mahlon · Nov 2, 2013, 2:17 PM · 0 Comments

Records indicate that Julia Anne Grant was buried forty miles from Mormon Grove, Kansas on the Pioneer trail to Salt Lake City, Utah. For more details about her life, see the notes for her husband Edward Cyrenus Baglley. The Kansas History Website reports that: In 1855 four or more trains were organized at Mormon Grove totaling perhaps 1500 Saints. Their route across Kansas appears to have been northwest on the "New Ft. Laramie Road" to the vicinity of Kennekuk, and then continuing on the "Old Ft. Laramie Road" as established by Maj. Wharton in 1844 to the head of Walnut Creek in present Brown County. Near present Fairview they chose to follow Col. S. W. Kearny's 1845 trail to Baker's Ford about nine miles north of present Seneca. The Eli Williams family from Atchison County, Missouri, settled on Deer Creek in Nemaha County in 1855, and reported many Mormon wagon trains passing. Cholera took a heavy toll in both 1853 and 1855. Some of the converts had died of the disease before arriving at the jumping-off place, and sanitation at the base camp was of the most primitive sort. A cemetery at Mormon Grove contains about 50 unmarked graves, mostly cholera victims. (http://www.kansasheritage.org/werner/party.html)

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Julia Anne Bagley's Timeline

1815
August 3, 1815
North Hampton, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada
1833
December 23, 1833
Age 18
Southampton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada
1835
January 30, 1835
Age 19
Southampton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada
1836
April 30, 1836
Age 20
South, Hampton, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada
1838
April 26, 1838
Age 22
Southampton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada
1839
November 12, 1839
Age 24
Southampton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada
1841
October 8, 1841
Age 26
New Brunswick, Canada
1843
October 6, 1843
Age 28
Southampton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada
1845
April 9, 1845
Age 29
Southampton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada