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Prudence <I>Kendall</I> Halliday

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Prudence Kendall Halliday

Birth
Higham on the Hill, Hinckley and Bosworth Borough, Leicestershire, England
Death
8 Sep 1898 (aged 67)
Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah, USA
Burial
Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah, USA GPS-Latitude: 40.3684182, Longitude: -111.7403809
Plot
A-10-005-06
Memorial ID
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Parents: Joseph Kendall (1784-1831)
Elizabeth Smart (born in 1785)

Married: George Halliday
December 18, 1853
Endowment House, Salt Lake City, Utah

Children: Florence Elizabeth (1854-1940)
Wealthy (1856-1953)
Leo Francis (1858-1916)
Clarissa (1860-1934)
John Roland (1865-1935)
Catherine Alice (1867-1887)
Ernest Rollo (1870-1928)

PRUDENCE KENDALL HALLIDAY

Died at Pleasant Grove, September 8, 1898, at 4:30 a.m., of a heart disease. Prudence Kendall Halliday, wife of Bishop George Halliday; born at Higham, Leicestershire, England, August 11, 1832; joined the Mormon Church at Bristol, England, in the year 1851; emigrated to Utah in the year 1853, resided at Salt Lake City until 1864, when the family came to Pleasant Grove, where she lived until her death. She has held the office of treasurer of the Relief Society for fourteen years. She was a devoted wife an affectionate mother and a conscientious Saint. She leaves a husband and three sons and three daughters, and one daughter gone before. She has a host of kindred and a great numbers of friends to mourn her demise.

Deseret Weekly
17 September 1898
Parents: Joseph Kendall (1784-1831)
Elizabeth Smart (born in 1785)

Married: George Halliday
December 18, 1853
Endowment House, Salt Lake City, Utah

Children: Florence Elizabeth (1854-1940)
Wealthy (1856-1953)
Leo Francis (1858-1916)
Clarissa (1860-1934)
John Roland (1865-1935)
Catherine Alice (1867-1887)
Ernest Rollo (1870-1928)

PRUDENCE KENDALL HALLIDAY

Died at Pleasant Grove, September 8, 1898, at 4:30 a.m., of a heart disease. Prudence Kendall Halliday, wife of Bishop George Halliday; born at Higham, Leicestershire, England, August 11, 1832; joined the Mormon Church at Bristol, England, in the year 1851; emigrated to Utah in the year 1853, resided at Salt Lake City until 1864, when the family came to Pleasant Grove, where she lived until her death. She has held the office of treasurer of the Relief Society for fourteen years. She was a devoted wife an affectionate mother and a conscientious Saint. She leaves a husband and three sons and three daughters, and one daughter gone before. She has a host of kindred and a great numbers of friends to mourn her demise.

Deseret Weekly
17 September 1898


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