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Mary Emma Greene Van Schoonhoven

January 8, 1843–March 19, 1907

1 Born at Batavia, Genesee County, New York; daughter of Mary Eliza Nelson and John Portineus Greene. 2 Migrated to the Salt Lake Valley, 1849. 3 Married Gilbert Van Schoonhoven, circa 1859; four children. 4 Participated in the Salt Lake City Seventh Ward Relief Society. 5 Studied homeopathic medicine at the University of Michigan, circa 1891; practiced medicine in Salt Lake City. 6 Died at Salt Lake City. 7 (See Document 3.3, 4.11)

Footnotes

  1. [1] “Utah Death Certificate Index, 1904–1961,” database and images, Utah State Archives (http://archives.utah.gov, accessed Jan. 2015); from Utah Department of Health, Office of Vital Records and Statistics, series 81448, file no. 424/525 (1907), Mary E. Van Schoonoven. “To a Better World: Passing of Dr. Van, a Ministering Angel among the Afflicted,” Deseret News, Mar. 20, 1907, 5.
  2. [2] Utah death certificate, file no. 424/525. “To a Better World,” 5. “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org, accessed Jan. 2015), Mary Emma Greene KWVG-HLH . Andrew Jenson, Latter-day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia (Salt Lake City: Andrew Jenson History Co., 1914), 2:635.
  3. [3] “Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel,” database, 1847–1868, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel (http://history.lds.org/overlandtravels, accessed Jan. 2015), Mary Emma Greene.
  4. [4] “Family Tree,” database, Mary Emma Greene and Gilbert Henry Van Schoonoven LC6T-1K9 . “To a Better World,” 5. Jenson, LDS Biographical Encyclopedia, 2:635.
  5. [5] Minutes, Jan. 4 and 28, 1868, vol. 1, 1848–1869, Relief Society minutes and records, 1848–1922, Seventh Ward, Pioneer Stake, CHL.
  6. [6] “To A Better World,” 5. Jenson, LDS Biographical Encyclopedia, 2:635. “Directory of Deceased American Physicians, 1804-1929,” database, Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com, accessed Jan. 2015), entry for Mary Emma Van Schoonoven; extracted from Arthur Wayne Hafner, ed.,  Directory of Deceased American Physicians, 1804–1929: A Genealogical Guide to over 149,000 Medical Practitioners Providing Brief Biographical Sketches Drawn from the American Medical Association's Deceased Physician Masterfile (Chicago: American Medical Association, 1993). “The Deseret Hospital. Dedication Services,” Deseret Evening News, July 17, 1882, 2.
  7. [7] Utah death certificate, file no. 424/525.