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Mary Isabella Hales Horne

November 20, 1818–August 25, 1905

1 Born at Rainham, Kent, England; daughter of Mary Ann Hales and Stephen Hales. 2 Immigrated to York, Upper Canada, 1832. 3 Married Joseph Horne, May 9, 1836; fifteen children. 4 Baptized, 1836. 5 Moved to Far West, Caldwell County, Missouri, 1838; to Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, 1839; and to Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, circa 1841. 6 Joined the Female Relief Society of Nauvoo, 1842. 7 Migrated to the Salt Lake Valley, 1847. 8 Settled at Salt Lake City. 9 Served as counselor to Phebe C. Woodruff in the Salt Lake City Fourteenth Ward Relief Society presidency, 1856–1858; served as president of the Fourteenth Ward Relief Society, 1867–1881. 10 Served as president of the Ladies’ Cooperative Retrenchment Association, 1870–1904. 11 Served as chairman of the executive committee of Deseret Hospital, 1882–1894. 12 Served as president of the Salt Lake Stake Relief Society, 1877–1903, and as treasurer of the Relief Society general board, 1880–1901. 13 Died at Salt Lake City. 14 (See Document 1.2, 2.3, 3.13, 3.15–3.17, 3.23, 3.25, 3.28–3.30, 4.4, 4.5, 4.11, 4.15, 4.16, 4.28)

Footnotes

  1. [1] “Utah Death Certificate Index, 1904–1961,” database and images, Utah State Archives (http://archives.utah.gov, accessed Oct. 2014); from Utah Department of Health, Office of Vital Records and Statistics, series 81448, file no. 881/650 (1905), Mary Isabella Horne. Edward W. Tullidge, Women of Mormondom (New York: Tullidge and Crandall, 1877), 230. “Pioneer Woman Goes to Her Rest,” Deseret Evening News, Aug. 26, 1905, 3.
  2. [2] Utah death certificate, file no. 881/650. Tullidge, Women of Mormondom, 230. “A Representative Woman: Mary Isabella Horne,” Woman's Exponent 10, no. 24 (May 15, 1882): 185.
  3. [3] Tullidge, Women of Mormondom, 231. “A Representative Woman,” 185.
  4. [4] Tullidge, Women of Mormondom, 231. “A Representative Woman,” 185. “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org, accessed Aug. 2014), Mary Isabella Hales KWJC-2YV and Joseph Horne KWJC-2YK .
  5. [5] Tullidge, Women of Mormondom, 232–233. “Family Tree,” database, Mary Isabella Hales. “A Representative Woman,” Woman’s Exponent 11, no. 1 (June 1, 1882): 1.
  6. [6] Tullidge, Women of Mormondom, 236. “A Representative Woman: Mary Isabella Horne,” Woman’s Exponent 11, no. 2 (June 15, 1882): 9. Augusta Joyce Crocheron, Representative Women of Deseret, A Book of Biographical Sketches to Accompany the Picture Bearing the Same Title (Salt Lake City: J. C. Graham & Co., 1884), 18–19. 1840 U.S. census, Quincy Ward 3, Adams Co., Illinois, p. 15, Joseph Horne; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com, accessed Oct. 2014); from NARA microfilm publication M704, roll 54.
  7. [7] Nauvoo Relief Society Minute Book, 1841–1846, CHL, entry for June 9, 1842.
  8. [8] M. Isabella Horne, “Pioneer Reminiscences,” Young Woman’s Journal 13 (July 1902): 292–293. “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 Oct. 2014), Mary Isabella Hales Horne.
  9. [9] Crocheron, Representative Women of Deseret, 20. “Pioneer Woman Goes to Her Rest,” 3.
  10. [10] “Relief Society in the Early Days,” Woman’s Exponent 24, no. 3 (July 1, 1895): 21. Crocheron, Representative Women of Deseret, 20. Andrew Jenson, comp., “Fourteenth Ward, Salt Lake City, in manuscript history and historical reports, 1849–1958, n.p., Fourteenth Ward, Salt Lake Stake, CHL.
  11. [11] “Minutes of Ladies' Co-operative Retrenchment Meeting,” Deseret Evening News, Feb. 16, 1870, [2]. Crocheron, Representative Women of Deseret, 21.
  12. [12] “The Deseret Hospital. Dedication Services,” Deseret Evening News, July 17, 1882, 2. Crocheron, Representative Women of Deseret, 21.
  13. [13] Salt Lake Stake Relief Society, Minutes, Dec. 22, 1877, p. 1, in Salt Lake Stake Relief Society Record Book, 1868–1903, CHL. “Relief Society Report, Setting Apart Officers, &c.,” July 17, 1880, in Relief Society record, 1880–1892, pp. 9–14, CHL. “Salt Lake Stake Relief Society Conference,” Woman’s Exponent 9, no. 3 (July 1, 1880): 21–22. Crocheron, Representative Women of Deseret, 21. “Pioneer Woman Goes to Her Rest,” 3.
  14. [14] Utah death certificate, file no. 881/650.