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Bailey, Elizabeth Young, 1833-1918

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1833-1918

Biographical History

Elizabeth Young (1833-1918) was a Mormon wife and mother.

Elizabeth Young was born on April 20, 1833 in Bristol, England to parents Issac and Anna Davis Young. She was the first wife of George B. Bailey and they married on February 10, 1853 in Bristol, England. Together they had 12 children. In 1853 they immigrated to Salt Lake City, Utah. They raised their family in Millcreek, Utah.

Elizabeth died on October 18, 1918 in Salina, Utah. She is buried in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Citation

FamilySearch, via WWW, February 18, 2015 (Elizabeth Young was born on April 20, 1833 in Bristol, England to parents Issac and Anna Davis Young; first wife of George B. Bailey and they married on February 10, 1853 in Bristol, England; had 12 children; immigrated to Salt Lake City, Utah; raised their family in Millcreek, Utah; died on October 18, 1918 in Salina, Utah; buried in Salt Lake City, Utah).

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

George B. Bailey papers

 File — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS SC 580
Scope and Contents Holographs; typescript; printed forms (photocopy). The collection includes a journal (l p. by wife, Elizabeth) which describes life in Salt Lake Valley and related problems with the United States government in 1856-1857 and gives genealogical data on the Bailey and Young families. Also included are a letter fragment, poem by George, and 6 Latter-day Saint Church family group sheets of the George Smith Bailey and Victoria Price family.
Dates: 1800s

Jeffrey D. Mahas collection on George B. Bailey

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 8483
Scope and Contents Contains a transcription of George B. Bailey's journal which describes life in Salt Lake Valley and related problems with the United States government in 1856-1857 and gives genealogical data on the Bailey and Young families. Also included are copies of photographs of the Bailey home in Utah and the Bailey family. Materials are dated approximately 2011.
Dates: Approximately 2011