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151 !Sister of Jonathan Vick -46
Researcher notes: "John Worlock had married Judith Vick the sister of Jonathan Vick who in turn was the father of Mary Vick who had married James Lacey the wife of Charles Pearce. The two families appear to have doubled back on each other making research efforts 2x as valuable. 
Judith VICK
 
152 !Mary Vick (also Vicks)
Baptisim -
Mary dau of Jonathan Vick bapt. 7 Apr 1763.
Her father appears to have been married three times, to Margery, Mary - and Joan. Joan was the mother of Mary Vick.
#425449 baptisims Kingswood, Gltshr. Eng.
There are three Mary Vicks', the second wife of Jonathan and Marey a daughter of John Vick and Judith Wood who would be a sister to Jonathan-46 
Mary VICK
 
153 !Richard appears to be the brother of Mary Vick it also appears that Jonathan Vick had three different wives.
Bapt. GS #425449
Richard Vick bapt 24 Jan 1747 Kingswood - Jonathan Vick and Margary
His mothers name appears to be Margary Eastmead who married Jonathan
Vick 1 Feb 1746 Kingswood.
Death - Kingswood
Richard son of Jonathan and Margary Vick 24 Apr 1749. 
Richard VICK
 
154 !bapt - GS #425449
Thos Vick bapt 23 Mar 1759, Kingswood - Jonathan and Joan Vick 
Thomas VICK
 
155 !Father of Mary -36 based upon her baptism
Mary dau of Sam'l Vizard and Dinah bapt. 13 April 1695 Researcher notes: "Other siblings to Mary were extracted from the baptismal register and it was hoped that the marriage of Samuel Vizard and Dinah ____ had occurred in Wotton but a search through the years 1670 - 1681 did not produce the marriage and it will now be necessary to search the surrounding parishes for those years."
"It was also hoped that a reading of Vizard wills would locate the origins of samuel Vizard but although several wills were located and read none were helpful." 
Samuel VIZARD
 
156 !Marriage - John Wood and Judith Cupman marr. 16 June 1662
GS #856954 Stonehouse, Gltshr. Eng. Stonehouse is near King Stanley Reserarcher notes: "Now because John Wood Jr. had named his daughter Judith it was most probably in honor of his mother Judith and the above baptismal entry of John Wood Jr. was accepted as ancestral. 
John WOOD, Sr.
 
157 !Researcher notes: "As the baptismal registers for King Stanley were s searched to extract the John Wood family it was observed that there were two John Woods residing in the parish, apparently, contemporaries as they were both producing children at the same time. Both had a child baptized within the same year and therefore, to determine which children belonged to who was rather impossible. Possibly a will may be able to ferret out the confusion. A search of the will indexes was not undertaken, however, during this research session but is strongly advised at some future time." "One John Wood had married within the parish of King Stanley but again without more corroborative evidence the marriage could not be accepted as ancestral:
John Wood and Ann Gardner marr. 23 Sept. 1688
GS 942 K22b
It is entirely possible that the above couple are ancestral and it is hoped that a future reading of Wood/Gardner probates will resolve this problem." Baptism - John son of John Wood bapt. 13 May 1663
Judith dau of John Wood bapt. 10 Oct. 1666
GS #855698 King Stanley, Gltshr. Eng. BT's
Earlier searches produced the marriage of John Wood Sr.:
John Wood and Judith Cupman marr. 16 June 1662
"Now because John Wood Jr. had named his daughter Judity it was most probably in honor of his mother Judith and the above baptismal entry of John Wood Jr. was accepted as ancestral." 
John WOOD, Jr.
 
158 !Baptism - Judith Wood dau. of John Wood bapt. 13 Sept 1689 GS 855698 King Stanley, Gltshr. Eng. BT's Judith WOOD
 
159 !This individual has the following other parents in the Ancestral File:
W /THOMAS HOBART/ (AFN:8ZR4-4V) and Catherine R /HASKELL/ (AFN:1HN7-18) 
Thomas Hobart WOODBURY, Jr
 
160 William Josiah is a half brother to Mary Cornelia Woodbury William Josiah WOODBURY
 
161 !Baptism - Anna dau of Jn Worlock and Judith bapt. 16 June 1745 at
Wotton-under-Edge GS #427812 Wootton-under Edge, Gltshr. Eng.
BT's 
Anna WORLOCK
 
162 !Marriage - Jn Worlock and Judith Vick married 14 Feb 1742 at Wooton-under -
Edge
GS #427812 Wooton-under-Edge, Gltshr BT's Baptism - Jn son of Rich Worlock and Mary bapt 27 Oct 1722 
John WORLOCK
 
163 !Marriage -
Richard Worlock and Mary Vizard marr 5 Oct 1718 Researcher notes: The baptisms of both Richard Worlock and Mary Vizard were sought in the Wotton BT's for the period 1687-1702 but only the baptism of Mary Vizard was located. 
Richard WORLOCK
 
164 1870 CENSUS UTAH SALT LAKE COUNTY

Surname Given Name Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year

BAILEY GEORGE 27 M W ENGL UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860 MASTER CARPENTER & JOINER
BAILEY ELIZABETH 27 F W ENGL UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY JOSEPH H. 5 M W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY ELLEN M. 3 F W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY GEORGE S 1 M W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860}
BAILEY ELIZABETH D 1 F W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860} TWINS 
Elizabeth YOUNG
 
165 Crump, Charles C., [Autobiographical Sketch], in Andrew Jenson,comp., Latter-day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia, 4 vols. [1971], 1:581. Full Text: From that point Elder Abraham O. Smoot took charge of the company and was our captain overland to Salt Lake City. Our outfit for the overland journey was purchased at Westport, and our company consisted of about thirty wagons. I drove an ox-team which carried ten souls and the necessary supplies. This was the first company that emigrated under the Perpetual Emigration Fund. While crossing the plains we suffered severely from the cholera which was prevailing in certain parts of the United States at that time. We arrived in Salt Lake City in September, 1852.
Abraham O. Smoot Co. Departed from Kansas City Mo and was the firest PEI Fund Group.

His age listed at 44. We assume Anna Davis Young was with this group.

Source:
"List of Persons Sent from Great Britain by the Perpetual Emigration Fund Co., in the Months of January and February 1852, by Franklin D. Richards Agent at Liverpool," Deseret News, 21 Aug. 1852, 3.

Full Text:
By a letter from brother A. O. Smoot dated 45 miles above Fort Kearny July 7th, 1852, we learn that 226 of the above named persons are in the company, all healthy, prosperous and cheerful, and rapidly advancing westward. Previous to the above date ten of the company had died of Cholera, inflammation, Meazles &c., and one drowned, (name not reported.) Their teams were in prime order, and we may safely look for their arrival in the valley, from the 20th to the 30th, inst. 
Isaac YOUNG
 

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