Neibaur, Alexander, 1808-1883
- Existence: 1808 - 1883
Alexander Neibaur (1808-1883) was a pioneer for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a dentist, and a watch-maker in Utah.
Neibaur was born January 8, 1808 in Ehrenbreitstein, Koblenz, Rhineland, Prussia, Germany. His parents were Joseph Nathan Neibaur (Neubauer) and Rebecca (Rieke) Peretz. He was married September 16, 1833 to Ellen Breakell (1811-1870), and he had fourteen children. He also married September 1, 1871 to Elizabeth Hiley (1824-1896). He emigrated to Nauvoo, Illinois in 1841; taught German and Hebrew to Joseph Smith; and moved west with the Saints, arriving at Salt Lake in 1848.
Citation:Writing between the lines, c1997: pref. (Alexander Neibaur, b. 1809 [i.e. 1808?]; d. 15 Dec. 1883) p. 93 (b. 8 Jan. 1808)
RLIN, 2/9/98 (hdg.: Neibaur, Alexander, 1808-1883)
FamilySearch, via WWW, Aug. 3, 2015 (Alexander Neibaur; b. Jan. 8, 1808 in Ehrenbreitstein, Koblenz, Rhineland, Prussia, Germany; parents: Joseph Nathan Neibaur (Neubauer) and Rebecca ( Rieke) Peretz; m. Sept. 16, 1833 to Ellen Breakell (1811-1870), fourteen children; m. Sept. 1, 1871 to Elizabeth Hiley (1824-1896); d. Dec. 15, 1883 Salt Lake City, Utah; dentist, watch-maker; emigrated to Nauvoo, Ill., 1841; taught German and Hebrew to Joseph Smith; moved west with Saints, arrived in Salt Lake in 1848)
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Contains poems, newspaper clippings, obituaries, articles, maps, letters, and other papers. Contents are by or about Hugh Nibley's family members including Alexander Neibaur, Charles W. Nibley, Martha Nibley Beck, and many others. Some items are also about religious topics. Materials date from 1934 to 2006.