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1847 & 1851 PIONEERS Charles Northrop Woodard (1827-1912) & Margaret Ann Malin (1835-1910) Charles Northrop Woodard Birth: 15 September 1827, Rowe OR Bernardston, Franklin, Massachusetts Death: 5 January 1912, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States Burial: 9 January 1912, Kamas, Summit, Utah Charles Northrop Woodard is the first of six children born to Jedediah Stark Woodward and Emily Jane Northrop Woodward. His parents were married About 1826 at Barneston, Franklin, Mass. . His father was a blacksmith by trade and apprenticed Charles in the blacksmith trade. Charles spent his childhood in Rowe & Bernardston, Franklin, Massachusett. During this period the Woodard family came in contact with and joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) which was organized in April 1830 in Palmyra, New York. Joseph Smith moved the church headquarters to Kirtland, Ohio in 1831 to 1838. Far West, Caldwell Co., Missouri became the LDS headquarters early 1838. Then during 1939-40 Nauvoo, Illinois was established as LDS headquarters. During 1944 LDS President, Joseph Smith was killed. During 1946 LDS President, Brigham Young abandoned Nauvoo, Ill and moved the Saint to Council Bluff. Iowa area which became the outfitting area for the LDS westward movement to Salt Lake City, Utah

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  • 1. 1847 & 1851 PIONEERS Charles Northrop Woodard (1827-1912) & Margaret Ann Malin (1835-1910) Charles Northrop Woodard Birth: 15 September 1827, Rowe OR Bernardston, Franklin, Massachusetts Death: 5 January 1912, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States Burial: 9 January 1912, Kamas, Summit, Utah Charles Northrop Woodard is the first of six children born to Jedediah Stark Woodward and Emily Jane Northrop Woodward. His parents were married About 1826 at Barneston, Franklin, Mass. . His father was a blacksmith by trade and apprenticed Charles in the blacksmith trade. Charles spent his childhood in Rowe & Bernardston, Franklin, Massachusett. During this period the Woodard family came in contact with and joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) which was organized in April 1830 in Palmyra, New York. Joseph Smith moved the church headquarters to Kirtland, Ohio in 1831 to 1838. Far West, Caldwell Co., Missouri became the LDS headquarters early 1838. Then during 1939-40 Nauvoo, Illinois was established as LDS headquarters. During 1944 LDS President, Joseph Smith was killed. During 1946 LDS President, Brigham Young abandoned Nauvoo, Ill and moved the Saint to Council Bluff. Iowa area which became the outfitting area for the LDS westward movement to Salt Lake City, Utah
  • 2. By 1934 (Charles Northrop age 7) the Woodard family was located in Plattsburg, Clinton, NY where their fourth child, Mary E. Woodard, was born. During 1843 (Charles Northrop age 16) their fifth child, Emily J. Woodard, was born at Nauvoo, Illinois. Then 28 October 1846 (Charles Northrop age 19) their sixth child, Martha A Woodard, was born at Atchison, Missouri. Atchison is just south of Council Bluffs, Iowa and Winter Quarters, Nebraska. A- Bernardston, Mass., B- Plattsburg, Clinton, NY, C- Nauvoo. Ill. D- Atchison, Missouri From histories it is not known whether or not Jedediah Stark Woodward (father of Charles Northrup) moved his family to Kirkland, Ohio and/or Missouri prior to moving to Nauvoo, Illinois. During, or before, 1843 the Woodard family moved to Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois. During this time young Charles made the acquaintance of Joseph Smith. However, not long after, 1844, Joseph Smith was killed. Then during 1846 Brigham Young asked LDS members to abandon Nauvoo and the surrounding area. The main body of LDS members located to Council Bluffs, Iowa area along the border between Iowa and Nebraska. The Woodard family located at Atchison, Missouri just south of Council Bluffs, Iowa & Winter Quarters, Nebraska. During 1847 the Woodard family joined the Jedediah M. Grant Company for the trek to Utah. http://winterquarters.byu.edu/pages/Ward3.htm Statistics of the Winter Quarters, Nebraska Third Ward, as of 31 December 1846 All family members of the head of the household living within the Ward boundaries are listed prior to their departure West or through 1853, whichever occurred first. The Winter Quarters wards were only in place from 1846-1848, at which time the government required the Latter-day Saints, who were on Indian lands, to move back to the east side of the Missouri River. Woodard, Jedediah Stark (Woodard, J. S.) Woodard, Emily Jane Northrop Woodard, Charles Northrop Woodard, Francis Snow - Not listed as member of Jedediah M. Grant Wagon Company Woodard, Joseph Henry Woodard, Mary Elizabeth Not listed with Any Wagon Company BUT is listed with 1850 Census Woodard, Emily Jane Woodard, Martha Ann
  • 3. MORMON PIONEER OVERLAND TRAVEL http://history.lds.org/overlandtravels/companyDetail?companyId=129 Jedediah M. Grant - Joseph B. Noble Company -1847 171 individuals were in the company when it began its journey from the outfitting post on the Elkhorn River about 27 miles west of Winter Quarters, Nebraska. Departure: Elkhorn River about 27 miles west of Winter Quarters, Nebraska,. 19 June 1847 Arrival: Salt Lake City, Utah, 2 October 1847 Number in Company: 174 Name Age Birth Date Death Date Woodard, Jedediah Stark 40 10 July 1806 21 July 1850 Woodard, Emily Jane Northrop 38 7 January 1809 12 July 1893 Woodard, Charles Northrop 19 16 September 1827 5 January 1912 Woodard, Joseph Henry 16 30 August 1830 24 March 1884 Woodard, Emily Jane 3 4 October 1843 31 January 1927 Woodard, Martha Ann Infant 28 October 1846 6 April 1883 Unknown Wagon Company 1848 Woodard, Francis Snow 19 24 February 1829 15 February 1885
  • 4. Just three years after arriving at Salt Lake valley, Charles Northrop Woodards father died 21 July 1850. As the elder son Charles assumed responsibility of the family. Charles Northrop Woodard met a young lady, Margaret Ann Malin, who had arrived at Salt Lake City with her family during 1851. They were married on 27 April 1856. While living in Salt Lake five children were born. About 1868 the family moved to Rhodes Valley later named Kamas, Summit, Utah. Four additional children were born at Kams. Charles and Margaret remained in Kamas until about 1905-10 when age and health dictated they locate back to Salt Lake City area where they lived with their son. Kamas is a city in Summit County, Utah, United States. It is part of the Salt Lake City, Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area. Kamas is located 42 miles east of downtown Salt Lake City
  • 5. Pioneers and prominent men of Utah online AUTHOR: Esshom, Frank, 1844-, p. 102 P I 1 ' CHARLES NORTHROP (son of Jededtah Stark Woodard and Emily Northrop of Kirtland. Ohio, and Nauyoo, 1110. Born Sept. 15, 1827, Baneston, Franklin county Ma .f S '. Came to Utah 1847 ' Jedediah M. Grant Wagon Company Married Margaret Ann Malin 1857, Salt Lake City (daughter of Elijah Malin and Sarah McGuckin, of Chester county Pa.; former died on way to Utah, latter came In 1847). She was born Feb. 14, 1835. Their children: Charles Northrop Jr., m. Samantha Jane Russell; Margaret Ann. m. John C. Lambert; John Franklin, m. Minerva McCornick; Jedediah, m. Evaline Vilate Russell; Sarah Emily, m. M. N Pack; Catherine; Emma, m. Heber Garneld; Anna, m. Kama's ^hSi^^'' James> m> May Tavlor - Family home Member seventy Crossed plains five times for immigrants. Mail carrier in early days. Rancher and farmer. Died Jan. 5, 1912, Salt Lake City.
  • 6. Margaret Ann Malin Birth 14 February 1835, West Nantmeal, Chester, Pennsylvania Baptized: 15 October 1843, Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois Death 16 November 1910, Draper, Salt Lake, Utah, United States Burial: Karmas, Summit, Utah -------------------------------------------------- Margaret Ann Malin is the second of four children born to Elijah Malin (1808-1849) and Sarah McGuckin (1803-1877). The family lived at West Nantmeal, Chester, Pennsylvania which is located at the South East corner of Pennsylvania. Margaret Anns grandparents also live in the same town. Her father and mothers parents, several uncles and aunts living nearby. Margrets father & mother were baptized members of the LDS church during 1839. That same year, 1839, their daughter, Catherine, died. During 1841 Margrets family moved to Nauvoo, Illinois. The move included Margaret Ann plus: Parents: Elijah Malin (1808-1849) and Sarah McGuckin (1803-1877 Brothers John: McGuckin (1833-1896) and James Elijah (1839-1909) Grandparents Fathers Side Elijah Malin (1774-1857) & Catherine Essick (1979-1866) Uncles & Aunts Fathers Side Anna Maria Malin 1802-1865, Sarah Malin 1804-1858, Elijah Malin 1808-1849, Samuel Malin 1813-1893 During that time they endured the hardship placed upon LDS members, the death of LDS President Joseph Smith and with the main body of Nauvoo LDS members followed President Brigham Young out of Nauvoo to Council Bluffs, Iowa during 1846. Probably around 1847-48, while at Council Bluffs or Winter Quarters, Margaret Anns father (Elijah Malin) was called to serve a mission. While returning to meet his family he died on 5 May 1849 at St. Louis City, St. Louis, Missouri. Name Index - Winter Quarters Project List of community residents Malin Malin, Elijah Jr. b.1808 - Chester County, PA Malin, James Elijah b.1839 - Chester County, Pennsylvania Malin, John McQuicken b.1833 - Chester County, Pennsylvania Malin, Margaret Ann b.1835 - Chester County, Pennsylvania Malin, Sarah McQuicken b.1803 - West Nantmill, Chester, Pennsylvania
  • 7. From 1847 to 1851 various members of the Milin family joined wagon trains and traveled to Utah. At MORMON PIONEER OVERLAND TRAVEL website Margaret Ann is identified as traveling to Utah with Unknown Company during 1851. Margaret Ann Company Unknown (1851) Departure 1851, Arrival 1851, Number In Company 541 Name Age Birth Date Death Date Malin, Margaret Ann SELF 16 14 February 1835 16 November 1910 Malin, Sarah McGuckin MOTHER 47 29 August 1803 24 October 1877 Malin, John McGuckin BROTHER 17 16 August 1833 2 September 1896 Malin, James Elijah BROTHER 11 10 September 1839 26 October 1909 Margaret Anns Mother is also identified at traveling with the 1849 Ezra T. Benson Company along with Grandparents and Uncle, Samuel. Ezra T. Benson Company 1849 http://history.lds.org/overlandtravels/companyDetail?companyId=65 The company began its journey from the outfitting post at Kanesville (Near CIouncil Bluffs), Iowa. They combined with the George A. Smith company as they traveled close together crossing the plains Departure: Kanesville, Iowa 15 July 1849 Arrival: Salt Lake City, Utah 25-29 October 1849 Number In Company 204 Name Age Birth Date Death Date Malin, Elijah Grandfather 75 1 February 1774 2 October 1857 Malin, Catherine Essick Grandmother 70 31 January 1779 10 January 1866 Malin, Sarah McGuckin Mother 45 29 August 1803 24 October 1877 Malin, Samuel Uncle 35 29 June 1813 29 June 1893 Malin, Mary Ann Bosley Samuels wife 33 3 April 1816 10 December 1900 Malin, Council Bluffs Samuels child Infant 19 June 1849 8 April 1942 Although also listed in the 1848 Willard Richards company on a non-contemporary list in Journal History (supplement after 31 Dec. 1848, p. 19), other documentation indicates the Malin family probably traveled to Utah in the 1849 Ezra T. Benson Company. Currently the only Malin listed with the 1848 Willard Richards is: Name Age Birth Date Death Date Malin, Eliza Ann 28 24 March 1820 10 July 1889
  • 8. Charles Northrop Woodard met a young lady, Margaret Ann Malin, who had arrived at Salt Lake City with her family during 1851. They were married on 27 April 1856. While living in Salt Lake five children were born. About 1868 the family moved to Rhodes Valley later named Kamas, Summit, Utah. Four additional children were born at Kams. Charles and Margaret remained in Kamas until about 1905-10 when age and health dictated they locate back to Salt Lake City area where they lived with their son. Margaret Ann Malin Woodard died 16 November 1910 burial at Karmas, Summit, Utah Charles Northrop Woodard died 5 January 1912 burial at Karmas, Summit, Utah Your tombstone stands neglected and alone. The name and date are chiseled out on polished, marbled stone. It reaches out to all who care. It is too late to mourn. You did not know that I exist. You died and I was born. Yet each of us are cells of you in flesh, in blood, in bone. Our heart contracts and beats a pulse entirely not our own. Dear Ancestor, the place you filled so many years ago. Spreads out among the ones you left who would have loved you so. I wonder as you lived and loved, I wonder if you knew That someday I would find this spot and come to visit you 1912 Find A Grave: Charles Northrop Woodard http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=7649208 1910 Find A Grave: Margaret Ann Malin Woodard http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=7649225 Charles Northrop Woodard Margaret Ann Malin Woodard
  • 9. Prepared by J.E. Anderson for: Aunt: Ruth Garfield (1928-2006) Great Grand Daughter of: Charles Northrop Woodard (1827-1912) AND Margaret Ann Malin (1835-1910) AND Great Great Grand Daughter of: Jedediah Stark Woodard (1805-1850) AND Emily Jane Northrop (1807-1893) Elijah Malin 1808-1849 AND Sarah McGuckin 1803-1877 FAMILY PIONEERS AS RELATED TO Margaret Ann Malin 1835-1910 SOURCE Family Tree & Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel Margaret Ann Malin GRANDPARENTS Elijah Malin 1774-1857 GRANDFATHER 1849 Ezra T. Benson Company Catherine Essick 1779-1866 GRANDMOTHER 1849 Ezra T. Benson Company Children UNCLES & AUNTS & FATHER Sidney Ann Malin 1800-1817 Died Before Nauvoo Sidney Ann Malin 1800-1818 Died Before Nauvoo DUPLICATE Anna Maria Malin Weiler 1802-1865 AUNT 1847 Jedediah M. Grant - Joseph B. Noble Company MARRIED: 1830 Weiler, Jacob 1808-1896 UNCLE 1847 Brigham Young Company Sarah Malin 1804-1858 AUNT 1848 Brigham Young Company (not on roster) MARRIED: 1848 Brigham Young http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Brigham_Young's_wives http://www.utlm.org/onlineresources/brighamyoungswives.htm Married while crossing the plains # Marriage Date Name 44 1848 April 18 Sarah Malin, 1804-1858 Later Divorced Nancy Ann Malin 1806-1856 AUNT Stayed in Pennsylvania Married 1827 Elijah Malin 1808-1849 FATHER Died St Louis 1849 Levi Benjamin Malin 1811-1894 UNCLE Stayed in Pennsylvania Married 1835 Samuel Malin 1813-1893 UNCLE 1849 Ezra T. Benson Company Rudolph Malin 1815-1820 Died Before Nauvoo Thomas Malin 1818-1818 Died Before Nauvoo Eliza Ann Malin 1820-1889 AUNT 1848 Willard Richards Company Margaret Ann Malin PARENTS BROTHERS AND SISTER Elijah Malin 1808-1849 FATHER Died St Louis 1849 Sarah McGuckin 1803-1877 MOTHER 1849 Ezra T. Benson Company & 1851 Company Unknown Children May have been with Mother Ezra T. Benson Company John McGuckin Malin 1833-1896 BROTHER 1851 Company Unknown Margaret Ann Malin 1835-1910 SELF 1851 Company Unknown Catherine Malin 1837-1839 Died Before Nauvoo James Elijah Malin 1839-1909 BROTHER 1851 Company Unknown