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Margaret Hall Rushton Alston

July 28, 1822–April 9, 1872

Born at Chatburn, Lancashire, England; daughter of Alice Veevers and William Hall. Died at American Fork, Utah County, Utah Territory. 1 (See Document 1.2, first mentioned here)

Footnotes

  1. [1] “Margaret Hall Rushton,” Patriarchal Blessing Index, 1833–1971 (closed to research), CHL. Church of England, Chapelry of Downham (Lancashire), Bishop’s Transcripts for Downham, 1606–1886, Margaret Hall, Aug. 11, 1822; original records at the Lancashire Record Office, Preston, England; FHL microfilm 1068834, FHL. Church of England, St. Mary’s Church (Clitheroe, Lancashire), Parish Registers for St. Mary’s Church, Clitheroe, 1570–1900, William Hall and Alice Veevers, 1820; from original records at the Lancashire Record Office, Preston, England; FHL microfilm 1278858, FHL. 1870 U.S. census, American Fork, Utah Co., Utah Territory, p. 7, Margaret Alston, NARA. “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed Mar. 2016), Margaret Hall KWJ5-8PN . American Fork (Utah) Sexton and American Fork City Cemetery (Utah), City Cemetery Records, 1876–1950, Margaret Alston, Apr. 9, 1872; from original records in the possession of American Fork City, UT; FHL microfilm 1550299, FHL. “Died,” Deseret News, Apr. 24, 1872, 164.