Annetta (Picklocks) Panawatts


Born in what later became Utah Territory; daughter of Margret and Panawatts. 1 Lived in Thistle Valley, Sanpete County, Utah Territory. 2 Participated in the Relief Society at Indianola, Sanpete County, 1880. 3 Attended Sunday school at the Indianola Branch, 1895–1896. 4 (See Document 4.7)


  1. [1] 1880 U.S. census, Thistle Precinct, Sanpete Co., Utah Territory, p. 471B, Picklocks in household of Ponnywatts [ sic ]; digital image, (, accessed Jan. 2015); from NARA microfilm publication T9, roll 1338.The Panawatts family were active members of the Indianola Branch, but details about Annetta’s identity are vague. “Annetta” is most likely an English name for Panawatts’s daughter, the woman identified as “Picklocks” on the 1880 U.S. census. It is also possible that “Annetta” is another name for Panawatts’s wife (born circa 1830), but she is identified by the English name Margret on the 1880 census; Margret’s name does not appear in the Indianola Branch records of the time. On Panawatts, see Record of Members, Indianola Branch, Sanpete Stake, 1880–1945, p. 63, 67, 101, 113, 121, 126, Record of Members Collection, 1836–1970, microfilm reel 3121, CHL.
  2. [2] 1870 U.S. census, Coal Valley, Summit Co., Utah Territory, p. 472C.
  3. [3] “Lamanite Sisters Testify,” Woman’s Exponent 9, no. 10 (Oct. 15, 1880): 74–75.
  4. [4] As “Anne Panawatts” and “Annie Panawatts.” Indianola Ward Sunday School minutes and records, 1890–1906, pp. 36–37, 44–45, Indianola Ward, North Sanpete Stake, CHL.