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Richard Lowe

  • Birth 23 Aug 1840 Wigan, Metropolitan Borough of Wigan, Greater Manchester, England
  • Death 17 Sep 1901 Cardston, Claresholm Census Division, Alberta, Canada
  • Burial Cardston, Claresholm Census Division, Alberta, Canada
  • Memorial ID 68939317

Son of Mary Wilgoose and John Lowe.

Sailing from Liverpool Harbor on 14 February 1853, they crossed the Atlantic Ocean aboard the "Elvira Owen".

Sailing with their parents were: Richard, born 23 August 1840; William, born 1 January 1842; Peter, born 9 March 1846; John born 23 March 1852 and a second daughter they named Elizabeth, born 14 August 1849.

They arrived at the Port of New Orleans 31 March 1853 and set out within three months for the Gret Salt Lake Valley, arriving during the October Conference of the Church in 1853.

Sailing with their parents were: Richard, born 23 August 1840; William, born 1 January 1842; Peter, born 9 March 1846; John born 23 March 1852 and a second daughter they named Elizabeth, born 14 August 1849.

They arrived at the Port of New Orleans 31 March 1853 and set out within three months for the Gret Salt Lake Valley, arriving during the October Conference of the Church in 1853.

Sailing with their parents were: Richard, born 23 August 1840; William, born 1 January 1842; Peter, born 9 March 1846; John born 23 March 1852 and a second daughter they named Elizabeth, born 14 August 1849.

They arrived at the Port of New Orleans 31 March 1853 and set out within three months for the Gret Salt Lake Valley, arriving during the October Conference of the Church in 1853.

First settling at Centerville, Davis, Utah, they later moved to Box Elder County in March of 1860, settling at Willow Creek, which later became Willard, Utah.

Richard married (1) Elizabeth Dewhurst, a twin, on 25 March 1860 at Willard, Box Elder, Utah. She died in childbirth of their first son, who also died about January 1861.

Richard married (2) Mary Rebecca Warner about 1872 at Willard or Mound Springs, East Portage, Box Elder, Utah.

They were parents of seven sons and one daughter.




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  • Created by: history4sure
  • Added: 26 Apr 2011
  • Find A Grave Memorial 68939317
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Richard Lowe (23 Aug 1840–17 Sep 1901), Find A Grave Memorial no. 68939317, citing Cardston Cemetery, Cardston, Claresholm Census Division, Alberta, Canada ; Maintained by history4sure (contributor 46997739) .