|Birth: ||Feb. 14, 1826|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Dec. 9, 1918|
Noah Brimhall and his three brothers were the first Brimhalls to become members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Noah's Great, great, great Grandfather, George Bramhall, landed in the New World with the English Pilgrims at Plymouth, Massachusetts sometime between 1644 and 1666. The family grew and prospered over the next two hundred years in the New England area of the United States.
Some Highlights of His Life
1. Noah was born in 1826 in western, upper-state New York in the same area and during the same period of time that the restoration of the Gospel was then taking place through the Prophet Joseph Smith.
2. He heard the Gospel as a young man as did his brothers George Washington, Norman Guitteau and John. All four boys joined the Church.
3. At the age of 17 he traveled to Nauvoo, Illinois to see the Prophet Joseph Smith.
4. He was present when Brigham Young was sustained as the President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in Nauvoo and also attended President Young's funeral many years later in Salt Lake City.
5. He volunteered for the Mormon Battalion.
6. He brought food and supplies to the starving Saints at Mount Pisgah, located between Nauvoo and Winter Quarters.
7. He and four other men and boys, along with the women and children at Winter Quarters, built homes in a little more than two months to shelter the destitute Saints there.
8. He crossed the plains to the Great Salt Lake Valley.
9. He was appointed Chaplin of the Company sent by President Brigham Young to rescue the dying Saints of the ill-fated last handcart company.
10. He was a Major in the Utah Malitia in the Johnston Wars.
11. He was one of the men called to practice the Doctrine of Plural Marriage. He had three wives and 27 children.
12. He was called on an Indian Mission.
13. He was a pioneer and missionary in the Arizona Colonies.
14. He served as a Bishopric member for more than 30 years.
15. He served as a Stake Patriarch for over a decade.
16. He left a rich legacy for his descendants through many strong testimonies found in this journal.
He married Samantha Lake October, 1852.
He married Lovina Jones in 1859 they had 15 children together.
He is the son of Slyvanus Brimhall and Lydia De Guitteau.
Sylvanus Brimhall (1786 - 1856)
Lydia deGuitteau Brimhall (1785 - 1843)
Lovina Jones Brimhall (1844 - 1933)*
Samantha Lake Brimhall (1835 - 1878)*
Magdalena Zundel Brimhall (1833 - 1919)*
Lydia Ann Brimhall Wyatt (1856 - 1927)*
Jacob Alphonzo Brimhall (1858 - 1921)*
Samantha Triphena Brimhall Foley (1858 - 1948)*
Noah Brimhall (1861 - 1862)*
Lottie Brimhall Walker (1862 - 1947)*
Norman Andrew Brimhall (1862 - 1938)*
Sarah Amanda Brimhall Kemp (1864 - 1956)*
Clayborn Brimhall (1866 - 1957)*
Lovina Jane Brimhall Woods (1866 - 1942)*
Don Carlos Brimhall (1868 - 1949)*
Elnora Brimhall Hatch (1869 - 1922)*
James Alma Brimhall (1871 - 1952)*
Noah Walter Brimhall (1875 - 1958)*
Rachel Ann Brimhall (1886 - 1926)*
Ruth Brimhall (1887 - 1892)*
Horace Johnson Brimhall (1810 - 1882)*
Nancy Brimhall Noyes (1811 - 1860)*
Mary Brimhall Crocker (1812 - 1902)*
George Washington Brimhall (1814 - 1895)*
Samuel Brimhall (1819 - 1888)*
Norman Guitteau Brimhall (1820 - 1907)*
Sylvanus Brimhall (1822 - 1907)*
John Brimhall (1824 - 1906)*
Noah Brimhall (1826 - 1918)
City of Mesa Cemetery
Plot: Blk 58 Lot grv 6
Created by: DanNette
Record added: Mar 03, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34383671
Added: Mar. 22, 2016
You have not been forgotten in the history of our lives...You have been found and linked together here on earth, so many more can find you! With Love....|
Heidi De Leeuw
Added: May. 31, 2012
Thank you for leading the way. I'm grateful to you for knowing the truth when you heard it.|
Linda W. Siebach
Added: Jun. 4, 2011
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