Levi Savage, Jr.

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Levi Savage, Jr.

Birthplace: Greenfield, Huron, Ohio, USA
Death: Died in Toquerville, Washington, Utah, USA
Place of Burial: Toqueville, Washington, Utah, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Levi Savage, Sr. and Mary "Polly" Smith Haynes
Husband of Jane Savage; Ann Savage; Adelaide Savage and Mary Ann Savage
Father of Levi Mathers Savage and Riley Cooper Savage
Brother of Polly Savage; Mathew Daniel Savage; Alanson Savage; Emiline Savage twin; Alonso Savage twin and 6 others

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About Levi Savage, Jr.

Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, 1847–1868 Levi W. Hancock/Jefferson Hunt/James Pace/Andrew Lytle Company (1847) Age 27

Departure: 25-26 August 1847 Arrival: 11,16 October 1847

Company Information: This company was composed of 117 returning Mormon Battalion veterans. They traveled over the Sierra Mountains from the Cosumnes River near Sutter's Fort in California. From the beginning, they divided and traveled separately in small groups, but generally within a few day's distance from each other. After crossing the mountains, they followed a course which took them to Fort Hall and then to Salt Lake Valley.

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Birth: Mar. 23, 1820 Huron County Ohio, USA

Death: Dec. 13, 1910 Toquerville Washington County Utah, USA

Son of Levi Savage & Polly Haynes

Married Jane Mathers, 23 Jan 1848, Salt Lake City, Utah

Married Ann Bummel, 24 Jan 1863

Married Adilaide Cooper, 17 Oct 1868

Married Mary Ann Cooper, 24 Oct 1868, Salt Lake City, Utah

Our Pioneer Heritage Volume 1 Their Contribution To Utah Missionary in 1853

Levi Savage, Jr., was born March 23, 1820 in Greenfield, Huron County, Ohio, the eldest son of Levi Savage and Polly Hames. In the early 1840's the family became members of the Mormon faith.They endured all the persecutions prevalent at that time and were with the exiled Saints in Council Bluffs when the call came for the Mormon Battalion. Levi enlisted and made the entire march to California. Upon his discharge he started for home—but where was home? He knew that his parents with their family were on their way west to Utah so he, with other soldiers, journeyed to Salt Lake City. Here he found his father and brothers and sisters, but his mother had died and was buried not far from Council Bluffs.

  • Mormon Battalion members

Family links:

  • Levi Savage (1790 - 1874)
  • Mary Smith Haynes Savage (1799 - 1847)
  • Jane Mathers Savage (1829 - 1851)
  • Ann Brummel Savage (1818 - 1908)
  • Mary Ann Cooper Savage (1849 - 1936)
  • Adelaide Cooper Savage (1851 - 1935)

Inscription: Levi Savage- Born in Ohio Mar 23, 1820. Joined the Church 1846. Was a member of Mormon Battalion, Pioneer of Utah 1847. Died Pioneer of Dixie Dec 13, 1910.

Burial: Toquerville Cemetery Toquerville Washington County Utah, USA

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Levi Savage, Jr.'s Timeline

March 23, 1820
Greenfield, Huron, Ohio, USA
January 11, 1851
Age 30
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah Territory, United States
July 16, 1872
Age 52
Toquerville, Washington County, Utah, United States
December 13, 1910
Age 90
Toquerville, Washington, Utah, USA
Toqueville, Washington, Utah, USA