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Headstone for Catherine and Thomas Woodbury



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Plot: C-8-4-1/2-SO

Owner/SourceChesnut/Behunin Descendant
Date9 Nov 2010
File nameC&TWoodbury.jpg
File Size192k
ID205
Dimensions640 x 480
Linked toCatherine Rebecca HASKELL; Thomas Hobart WOODBURY

Salt Lake City Cemetery, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA

Notes: Located at the NE corner of 4th Avenue and N Street. Salt Lake City Cemetery is in The Avenues neighborhood of Salt Lake City, Utah. Approximately 120,000 persons are buried in the cemetery. Many religious leaders and politicians, particularly many leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) lie in the cemetery. It encompasses over 250 acres and contains 91⁄2 miles of roads. It is the largest city-operated cemetery in the United States.The first burial occurred on September 27, 1847, when George Wallace buried his child, Mary Wallace. The burial was two months after the Mormon pioneers had settled the Salt Lake Valley. In 1849, George Wallace, Daniel Wells, and Joseph Heywood surveyed 20 acres at the same site for the area's burial grounds. In 1851, Salt Lake City was incorporated and the 20 acres officially became the Salt Lake City Cemetery with George Wallace as its first sexton.

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1Headstone for Aden Haskell Stay Headstone for Aden Haskell Stay
Birth: Jun. 20, 1883
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA
Death: Mar. 19, 1889
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA

Parents:
Joseph Hyrum Stay (1851 - 1898)
Mary Cornelia Woodbury Stay (1857 - 1930) 
2Headstone for Catherine and Thomas Woodbury Headstone for Catherine and Thomas Woodbury
 
3Headstone for Catherine H Woodbury Headstone for Catherine H Woodbury
Birth: Jul. 6, 1816
North New Salem
Franklin County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Nov. 2, 1891
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA

Death Notice: Deseret News Newspaper 7 November 1891:
WOODBURY - In this city, November 1, 1891, of heart disease and dropsy, Catherine R. Haskell, Wife of Thomas H. Woodbury; born at North New Salem, Mass., July 6, 1916.
(Note Salt Lake County Death Records have her death date November 2nd.) 
4Headstone for Elizabeth Bartlett Woodbury Headstone for Elizabeth Bartlett Woodbury
Birth: Apr. 24, 1794
Leverett
Franklin County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: May 18, 1851
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA

Daughter of Daniel Bartlett & Hannah Woodbury. Elizabeth Bartlett and her husband Jeremiah Woodbury were first cousins.

UTAH PIONEER: Members of the Abraham O. Smoot - George B. Wallace Company, which arrived in the Salt Lake Valley 25, 26, 29 September 1847.

She died of consumption (what we call tuberculosis today) just a few years after arriving in the Salt Lake Valley.

She was my 3rd great grandmother.

Family links:
Spouse:
Jeremiah Woodbury (1791 - 1883)*

Children:
William Hamilton Woodbury (1816 - 1907)*
Joseph Jeremiah Woodbury (1819 - 1885)*
Thomas Hobart Woodbury (1822 - 1899)*
John Stillman Woodbury (1825 - 1914)*
Orin Nelson Woodbury (1826 - 1890)*
Susan Elizabeth Woodbury (1831 - 1845)*
Hannah Maria Woodbury Haskell (1834 - 1856)
 
5Headstone for George Brown Bailey and Elizabeth Young Bailey Headstone for George Brown Bailey and Elizabeth Young Bailey
New headstone listing George Brown Bailey and his family. These children died young due to disease.The original headstone is a column well worn due to erosion. 
6Headstone for Harriet M Woodbury Headstone for Harriet M Woodbury
Birth: Jan. 19, 1823
New York, USA
Death: May 10, 1893
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA

Death notice: The Deseret News Newspaper 20 May 1893
WOODBURY. - Harriet Miller Woodbury, wife of Thomas H. Woodbury, Sen., daughter of Josiah and Amanda Morgan Miller, born January 19, 1823 in Clarington, Genesee County, New York. Died May 10th, at 9:25 a.m.

BIRTHPLACE: A variety of sources have her birthplace Clarendon, New York; Charington, Genesee County, New York; Clarington, Genesee County, New York; Clarington, Jersey County, New York.

Her first husband was Orton Warfield BURNS.


Family links:
Parents:
Josiah Miller (1795 - 1864)
Amanda Morgan Miller (1795 - 1864)

Spouse:
Thomas Hobart Woodbury (1822 - 1899)*

Children:
Elizabeth Harriet Woodbury (1852 - 1866)*
William Josiah Woodbury (1857 - 1891)* 
7Headstone for Harriet M Woodbury Headstone for Harriet M Woodbury
Birth: Jan. 19, 1823
New York, USA
Death: May 10, 1893
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA
 
8Headstone for Harriet M Woodbury Headstone for Harriet M Woodbury
 
9Headstone for Jeremiah Woodbury Headstone for Jeremiah Woodbury
Birth: Mar. 9, 1791
Leverett
Franklin County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Oct. 8, 1883
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA

OBITUARY: Deseret Evening News, Monday evening, October 6, 1883, page 3:
In Death Not Divided: The funeral of Mother Woodbury, whose death was chronicled in Saturday's issue of this paper, was postponed from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to-day in consequence of the demise of her husband, Father Jeremiah Woodbury, who died during Sunday night. They were both old settlers of the Valley, and were highly respected wherever known. Father Woodbury was born March 9th 1791, in the State of Massachusetts. It is worthy of note that the old family Bible records the fact that the deceased were married June 30, 1813, and consequently had lived in the wedded state for a period of three score and ten years. A very unusual occurance. [This is a mistake - Charlotte Frost Woodbury was his 2nd wife, his 1st wife having died in 1851. He and Charlotte were married in 1852.] The funeral services over the remains of the worthy and ____ couple took place in the Seventh Ward Meeting House.

UTAH PIONEER: Members of the Abraham O. Smoot - George B. Wallace Company, which arrived in the Salt Lake Valley 25, 26, 29 September 1847.

Sunday School Superintendent, Patriarch.

He was my 3rd great grandfather.


Family links:
Parents:
John Woodbury (1752 - 1821)
Mary Ward Woodbury (1750 - 1829)

Spouses:
Elizabeth Bartlett Woodbury (1794 - 1851)
Charlotte Frost Woodbury (1798 - 1883)
Phebe Kingman Pendleton Woodbury (1799 - 1868)

Children:
William Hamilton Woodbury (1816 - 1907)*
Joseph Jeremiah Woodbury (1819 - 1885)*
Thomas Hobart Woodbury (1822 - 1899)*
John Stillman Woodbury (1825 - 1914)*
Orin Nelson Woodbury (1826 - 1890)*
Susan Elizabeth Woodbury (1831 - 1845)*
Hannah Maria Woodbury Haskell (1834 - 1856)* 
10Headstone for Joseph Hyrum Stay Headstone for Joseph Hyrum Stay
Birth: Feb. 14, 1851, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, England
Death: Apr. 22, 1898, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA
Parents:
Joseph Stay (1822 - 1903)
Sarah Jane Pearce Stay (1825 - 1898)

Spouse:
Mary Cornelia Woodbury Stay (1857 - 1930) 
11Headstone for Louisa Stay Woodbury Headstone for Louisa Stay Woodbury
Obituary:

Mrs. Louisa Stay Woodbury, 76 died at the family residence, 738 Green Street, Wednesday at 6:00 a.m. of disabilities incident to age.
Mrs. Woodbury was born in Cheltenham, Glostershire, Eng. April 20, 1857, daughter of Joseph &. Sarah Pearce Stay. She was the widow of William J. Woodbury, to whom she was married in the old Endowment House by Pres. Daniel H. Wells on Nov. 28, 1887. She had been an active worker in Relief society, Primary and the Temple.
She came to the United States with her parents when she was one year old and to Salt Lake 56 years ago. Surviving are a son, Willis Josiah Woodbury, Salt Lake; two daughters, Clariss S. Schodde, of Holiday, and Harriet R. Taufer, Salt Lake; two sisters Charlott S. Hawkins, Granite, Utah, and Rebeccah S. Warburton, Salt Lake. Eight grandchildren and one great grandchild.  
12Headstone for Mary Cornelia Woodbury Stay Headstone for Mary Cornelia Woodbury Stay
Birth: Mar. 31, 1857
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA
Death: Jan. 24, 1930
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA

One who knew her said, "She has left the record of one who loved much, suffered much and was ever true - a woman who adhered to her own affectionately rigid rules in rearing her family. A woman who inspired reverence and confidence."
Find A Grave Memorial# 31014859 
13Headstone for Rebecca Stay Warburton Headstone for Rebecca Stay Warburton
OBITUARY: Salt Lake Telegram 29 January 1944:
Rebecca S. Warburton
Mrs. Rebecca Stay Warburton, 81, 745 Sixth East street, died at her home Friday at 1:40 a.m. of heart failure.
She was born in St. Louis, Mo., March 9, 1862, a daughter of Joseph and Sarah Pearce Stay. She was married October 13, 1881, to Joseph C. Warburton in the Salt Lake LDS temple. Her husband died in 1934. She was a member of the First LDS ward and was active in Relief society for 25 years.
Surviving are three sons, Joseph William Warburton, Omaha, Neb.; Myrall R. and Lyle F. Warburton, Salt Lake City; a daughter, Mrs. Minnie Thomas, Salt Lake City; five grandchildren and a great-grandson.
Funeral services Mrs. Warburton will be conducted Monday at 3 p.m. at 36 East Seventh South street by Alvin Butler, bishop of the First LDS ward. Friends may call at the place of the funeral until time of services. Burial will be in Salt Lake City cemetery.  
14Headstone for Sarah Jane Pearce Stay Headstone for Sarah Jane Pearce Stay
Obituary; The Deseret News 12 March 1898
STAY - March 6th, 1898, at her late residence, 788 south Wellington Avenue, in this city of old age and general debility. Sarah Pearce Stay. Deceased was born in Kingswood, Wilts., England, May 6th, 1825; was baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints about the year 1841; was married to Joseph Stay July 7th, 1846; emigrated in 1858; remained in St. Louis 18 years; arrived in Salt Lake City, October 20, 1876. She was the mother of 8 children; 24 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Five of her children and her aged husband are still living. She died as she had lived, a faithful Latter-day Saint, and in the assurance of a glorious resurrection.

Daughter of Charles PEARCE & Mary LACY. 
15Headstone for Thomas Hobart Woodbury Headstone for Thomas Hobart Woodbury
OBITUARY: Deseret Evening News, Wednesday June 7, 1899, page 2:
FATHER WOODBURY'S DEATH
The Deceased was Well Known and a Pioneer of '47.
In the death of Elder Thomas H. Woodbury, another pioneer has passed to the great beyond, and the community has lost one of its honored members, for he was beloved and respected by all who knew him. Father Woodbury has been a faithful worker and has lived to a good age, being in the seventy-seventh year of his age. He contracted a cold through getting wet on Thursday last, and was taken sick early Friday morning. The cold settled on his lungs, and he continued to grow worse. He has been in poor health for several years past, and owing to the debilitated condition of his system was unable to rally from the cold which settled upon him, and he passed peacefully away without a struggle, surrounded by family and friends.
Elder Thomas H. Woodbury was the son of Jeremiah and Elizabeth Bartlett, and was born at New Salem, Franklin county, Mass. July 4, 1822. He embraced the Gospel in the year 1841, having been baptized in September of that year. He was married to Catherine R. Haskell on May 8, 1842, and together with his father's family moved to Nauvoo the same year, where he rented a farm from Joseph Smith. He passed through all the persecutions incident to life in Nauvoo in those days.
He emigrated to Utah in 1847, arriving in Salt Lake valley Sept. 26, in A. O. Smoot's company, and Geo B. Wallace's fifty. He made the wagon he came in. On leaving the Old Fort he took up his residence on the south side of the block on which he resided at the time of his death.
Elder Woodbury was chosen as second counselor to Bishop Wm. G. Perkins in 1852, and was ordained under the hands of Bishop Hunter and Bishop Perkins on Feb. 25 of that year. He held this position until 1861, when he was called to go to southern Utah, where he lived for about six years. After his return he labored as ward teacher, and on the 29th of August, 1873, was chosen as counselor to Bishop Wm. Thorn, which position he held until the time of his death.
Father Woodbury has been connected with the Sunday school since its first organization, and has held a position in the superintendancy for a great many years. He was always faithful in the performance of his duty and was greatly beloved and respected by the Sunday school children, as well as all others with whom he associated.
Thomas H. Woodbury was one of the first nurserymen in Utah, anf for many years conducted the Pioneer nursery. His special mission to southern Utah was to start a nursery, which mission he fulfilled, and he supplied that part of the country with trees. He was a member of the Horticultural society for a long time, and took an active part therein.
Father Woodbury leaves a numerous posterity. Two sons and one daughter and twenty-seven grandchildren survive him. Two of his brothers are also living. William who resides in Chicago, and John S., whose home is in St. George, Utah. His sons are John H. Woodbury, of Granger, Salt Lake county, and Thomas H. Woodbury, Jr., of East Waterloo. His daughter is Mary C. Stay, of Mill Creek. His two wives and five chldren and nine grandchildren preceded him to the other world, and in his last hours he talked of those who had gone before to prepare a place for him.
The funeral services will be held in the 7th ward meeting house on Thursday at 1 p.m. Friends who desire to view the remains may call at his late residence, No. 574 south, First West street, between the hours of 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. tomorrow.
 
16Headstone for Thomas Hobart Woodbury and Catherine Woodbury Headstone for Thomas Hobart Woodbury and Catherine Woodbury
 
17Headstone for William Josiah Woodbury Headstone for William Josiah Woodbury
Birth: Nov. 25, 1857
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA
Death: Sep. 30, 1891
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA

Obituary - The Deseret News Newspaper 10 October 1891
DEATHS
WOODBURY. - In the Seventh ward of this city, Sept. 30, 1891, of typhoid-pneumonia, William J. Woodbury, son of Thomas H. and Harriet Woodbury; born Nov. 25, 1857, in Salt Lake City.

Family links:
Parents:
Thomas Hobart Woodbury (1822 - 1899)
Harriet Miller Woodbury (1823 - 1893)

Spouse:
Louisa Stay Woodbury (1857 - 1933)* 
18Headstones for Rebecca Stay Warburton and Joseph C Warburton Headstones for Rebecca Stay Warburton and Joseph C Warburton
 
19Headstones for Sarah Pearce Stay and Joseph Stay Headstones for Sarah Pearce Stay and Joseph Stay
OBITUARY: Deseret Evening News 6 January 1903

JOSEPH STAY'S FUNERAL
Will Take Place Thursday From the First Ward Meeting House.
The funeral of Joseph Stay, whose death was announced in last night's "News," will take place in the First ward meeting house on Thursday, the 8th inst., at 1:30 p.m. Friends of the family are invited. The remains may be viewed at the late residence, 738 Wellington avenue, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the day of the funeral
As there were some inaccuracies in last night's account of deceased, the following information furnished by Reigo Hawkins, a son-in-law, is cheerfully given space: Joseph Stay was 80 years, 9 months and 19 days old. He had been a resident of Utah since 1876 and had been paralyzed for 14 years, 8 years of which he had been utterly helpless. Nearly five years ago he buried his aged and faithful wife, shortly after celebrating their golden wedding. He was true and faithful to his covenants, a consistant Latter-day Saint, and a friend to the poor and needy, giving of his means liberally. He leaves four daughters, all of whom are faithful members of the Church. They are Mrs. Sarah J. Powell, Mrs. Charlotte E. Hawkins, Mrs. Louisa Woodbury, and Mrs. Rebecca Warburton. He also leaves 21 grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

Son of Peter STAY & Sarah MUSSEN. 
20Thomas Hobart Woodbury Thomas Hobart Woodbury
 
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