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NIELSEN Jens Brigham Young[1, 2]

Male 1856 - 1921  (64 years)


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  • Name NIELSEN Jens Brigham Young 
    Born 28 Nov 1856  Balte, Viborg, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 16 Nov 1921  Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried 19 Nov 1921  Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I345  Main Tree
    Last Modified 22 Apr 2019 

    Father NIELSEN Jesper,   b. 11 Jun 1830, Them, Skanderborg, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Feb 1906, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years) 
    Mother LAURSEN Sidsel Marie,   b. 16 Sep 1823, Tovstrup, Skanderborg, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Jun 1896, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years) 
    Married 5 Aug 1854  , , Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F258  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family SORENSEN Karen Marie,   b. 13 Jan 1862, Aasted, Hjorring, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Nov 1937, Magna, Salt Lake, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years) 
    Married 1 Apr 1885  Logan, Cache, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. NIELSEN James Brigham,   b. 26 Mar 1886, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah Territory, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aug 1888, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah Territory, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 2 years)
     2. NIELSEN Amelia Marie,   b. 13 Jun 1888, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah Territory, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Sep 1970, Magna, Salt Lake, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years)
     3. NIELSEN Ezra Myrland,   b. 15 Dec 1890, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 May 1948, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 57 years)
     4. NIELSEN Swen Edwin,   b. 14 Sep 1893, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Dec 1966, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years)
     5. NIELSEN Soren Peter,   b. 19 Jan 1896, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Mar 1896, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 0 years)
     6. NIELSEN Laura Selma,   b. 24 Feb 1897, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Jan 1977, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 79 years)
     7. NIELSEN Clarence Orlando,   b. 17 Feb 1900, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Oct 1990, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 90 years)
     8. NIELSEN Byron Thompson,   b. 1 Mar 1903, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Oct 1963, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 60 years)
     9. NIELSEN Flora Luella,   b. 5 Oct 1905, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 21 Aug 1906, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 0 years)
    Last Modified 6 Jun 2019 
    Family ID F249  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • 1 _FSFTID KWZC-GCD


      25 Jun 1881
      Arrival:
      7 Jul 1881
      Liverpool to New York
      Ship:
      Wyoming
      Departure:
      C Source
      BMR, Book #1042, pp. 279-285 (FHL #025,693); Customs (FHL #295,803); MS, 43:27 (July 4, 1881), p. 426 hurch Leader:
      Samuel Roskelley
      #LDS Passengers:
      736
      Accounts:
      Jump to accounts

      Accounts

      A Compilation of General Voyage Notes
      Autobiographical Sketch of Anna Mary Bell Frewin
      Letter from Samuel Roskelley - June 26, 1881

      A Compilation of General Voyage Notes
      "DEPARTURE OF THE THIRD COMPANY. -- At 7 o'clock p.m. on Saturday last, the third company of Saints left Liverpool on the S.S. Wyoming, of the Guion Line. They numbered 609 Scandinavians, and 146 English, Scotch, and Welsh. Elders 19. Visitor, 1 -- total, 775 souls. Elder Samuel Roskelley had charge of the company. The following returning elders were on board: -- Samuel Roskelley, Thomas X. Smith, Joseph Goddard, G. S. Grant, Edward King, Isaac Duffin, and John Millar, from Britain; Peter A. Lundberg, L. A. Mariager, Jakob Hansen, J. T. Thorup, Mans Nilsson, E. O. Bylund, A. Amundsen, from Scandinavia. We wish this body of gathering Saints every blessing calculated to make their journey pleasant, safe and expeditious." "Sat. 25. [June 1881] -- The steamship Wyoming sailed from Liverpool, England, with 775 Saints, in charge of Samuel Roskelley. The company arrived at New York July 7th , and at Ogden July 15th." ". . . A company of 609 emigrating Saints (the 35th company from Scandinavia), together with 12 returning missionaries, sailed from Copenhagen, June 20, 1881, by the steamers 'Cato' and 'Hero.' The 'Cato' had on board the Saints from the Goteborg and Skane Conferences (147 souls), in charge of Elders Mons Nilsson, Peter Nilsson and Fred Lundberg. The 'Hero' carried 462 Saints from Stockholm, Copenhagen, Aarhus, Aalborg and Christiania Conferences, and the following returning missionaries: Peter A. Nielsen (leader of the company), Lawrence C. Mariager, Herman F. F. Thorup, Jacob Hansen, Isaac Sorensen, John T. Thorup, Christian Olson, Erik O. Bylund, and Andrew Amundsen. On Thursday, June 23rd, both steamers arrived safely at Hull, England, and later the same day the company was conveyed to Liverpool by the railway, and the same evening the emigrants embarked on the steamer 'Wyoming,' which sailed on Saturday, June 25th. Besides the Scandinavians, there were 146 British Saints, seven more returning missionaries and one visitor on board from the British Isles. Elder Samuel Roskelley was appointed leader of the company, while Elders Peter A. Nielsen, Lawrence C. Mariager and Herman F. F. Thorup were retained as a presidency over the Scandinavian division. After a successful voyage, the 'Wyoming' arrived safely at New York, July 7th, and the next day the emigrants resumed their journey westward and arrived in Ogden, July 15th. Here the company parted, as about half of the emigrants went to Salt Lake City, while the rest either remained in Ogden, or went north. One child died on the cars while journeying through the States. . . ."

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      Autobiographical Sketch of Anna Mary Bell Frewin

      . . . we came to Utah in 1881. . . While we all came steerage, father was considered to be a rich man. We were all well dressed; father wore a silk hat; both the women were dressed alike with velvet hats and little birds on them. I'll never forget them. They had capes alike. And, when we came here to America, we found the brothers and sisters in sun bonnets, etc., and dad couldn't very well wear his silk hat but we were always considered pretty well off because of his bringing a whole family. Usually, only one or two of a family came at a time. Mother often said that good children we all were for the time we left London until we reached Salt Lake City, but, when we all got into the old spring wagon that Brother Binder, in his goodness, had brought to take us home in from the station, we bounced around and then all we children started crying. Mother said it was the worse time she had had.

      First we went to Brother Binder's home, which was between Third and Fourth West on Second South. This was on July 15, 1881. . . . [p.2]

      BIB: Frewin, Anna Mary Ball. [Autobiographical Sketch] (Special Collections & Manuscripts, Mss 902) p. 2 (Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah)

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      Letter from Samuel Roskelley - June 26, 1881

      Steamship Wyoming, off Queenstown, June 26, 1881.President A. [Albert] Carrington.

      Dear Brother,--As soon as practicable after the last tender left our ship, and before anchor was weighed, a meeting of the Saints was convened on the upper deck for the purpose of effecting a thorough organization of the company. By unanimous vote the following officers were elected viz: President of the company, Samuel Roskelley; President of the Scandinavian portion of the company, Peter A. Nielson, and L. C. Mariager and H. F. F. Thorup, his counselors; Chaplain, Thomas X. Smith; Clerk of the company, Joseph Goddard; Secretary for the Scandinavians, John T. Thorup; Captain of the guard, George S. Grant, and C. Olsen and F. Lundberg, his assistants.

      After a few instructions from Presidents Roskelley and Nielson, the brethren proceeded immediately to the accomplishment of their several duties, and at present writing all are comfortably situated and good order prevails. The sea is smooth and all are feeling excellently. The ship's officers are kind and courteous, and have materially aided us in contributing to the comfort and happiness of the company.

      With kind love to yourself and all the brethren in the office, we remain,

      Your brethren in the gospel,

      Samuel Roskelley, president,Peter A. Nielson,Joseph Goddard, clerk. [p.426]

      BIB: Roskelley, Samuel [Letter], Latter-day Saints' Millennial Star 43:27, (July 4, 1881) p. 426. (CHL)
      "DEPARTURE OF THE THIRD COMPANY. -- At 7 o'clock p.m. on Saturday last, the third company of Saints left Liverpool on the S.S. Wyoming, of the Guion Line. They numbered 609 Scandinavians, and 146 English, Scotch, and Welsh. Elders 19. Visitor, 1 -- total, 775 souls. Elder Samuel Roskelley had charge of the company. The following returning elders were on board: -- Samuel Roskelley, Thomas X. Smith, Joseph Goddard, G. S. Grant, Edward King, Isaac Duffin, and John Millar, from Britain; Peter A. Lundberg, L. A. Mariager, Jakob Hansen, J. T. Thorup, Mans Nilsson, E. O. Bylund, A. Amundsen, from Scandinavia. We wish this body of gathering Saints every blessing calculated to make their journey pleasant, safe and expeditious.""Sat. 25. [June 1881] -- The steamship Wyoming sailed from Liverpool, England, with 775 Saints, in charge of Samuel Roskelley. The company arrived at New York July 7th , and at Ogden July 15th."". . . A company of 609 emigrating Saints (the 35th company from Scandinavia), together with 12 returning missionaries, sailed from Copenhagen, June 20, 1881, by the steamers 'Cato' and 'Hero.' The 'Cato' had on board the Saints from the Goteborg and Skane Conferences (147 souls), in charge of Elders Mons Nilsson, Peter Nilsson and Fred Lundberg. The 'Hero' carried 462 Saints from Stockholm, Copenhagen, Aarhus, Aalborg and Christiania Conferences, and the following returning missionaries: Peter A. Nielsen (leader of the company), Lawrence C. Mariager, Herman F. F. Thorup, Jacob Hansen, Isaac Sorensen, John T. Thorup, Christian Olson, Erik O. Bylund, and Andrew Amundsen. On Thursday, June 23rd, both steamers arrived safely at Hull, England, and later the same day the company was conveyed to Liverpool by the railway, and the same evening the emigrants embarked on the steamer 'Wyoming,' which sailed on Saturday, June 25th. Besides the Scandinavians, there were 146 British Saints, seven more returning missionaries and one visitor on board from the British Isles. Elder Samuel Roskelley was appointed leader of the company, while Elders Peter A. Nielsen, Lawrence C. Mariager and Herman F. F. Thorup were retained as a presidency over the Scandinavian division. After a successful voyage, the 'Wyoming' arrived safely at New York, July 7th, and the next day the emigrants resumed their journey westward and arrived in Ogden, July 15th. Here the company parted, as about half of the emigrants went to Salt Lake City, while the rest either remained in Ogden, or went north. One child died on the cars while journeying through the States. . . ."


      -- MERGED NOTE ------------

      1 _FSFTID KWZC-GCD


      25 Jun 1881
      Arrival:
      7 Jul 1881
      Liverpool to New York
      Ship:
      Wyoming
      Departure:
      C Source
      BMR, Book #1042, pp. 279-285 (FHL #025,693); Customs (FHL #295,803); MS, 43:27 (July 4, 1881), p. 426 hurch Leader:
      Samuel Roskelley
      #LDS Passengers:
      736
      Accounts:
      Jump to accounts

      Accounts

      A Compilation of General Voyage Notes
      Autobiographical Sketch of Anna Mary Bell Frewin
      Letter from Samuel Roskelley - June 26, 1881

      A Compilation of General Voyage Notes
      "DEPARTURE OF THE THIRD COMPANY. -- At 7 o'clock p.m. on Saturday last, the third company of Saints left Liverpool on the S.S. Wyoming, of the Guion Line. They numbered 609 Scandinavians, and 146 English, Scotch, and Welsh. Elders 19. Visitor, 1 -- total, 775 souls. Elder Samuel Roskelley had charge of the company. The following returning elders were on board: -- Samuel Roskelley, Thomas X. Smith, Joseph Goddard, G. S. Grant, Edward King, Isaac Duffin, and John Millar, from Britain; Peter A. Lundberg, L. A. Mariager, Jakob Hansen, J. T. Thorup, Mans Nilsson, E. O. Bylund, A. Amundsen, from Scandinavia. We wish this body of gathering Saints every blessing calculated to make their journey pleasant, safe and expeditious." "Sat. 25. [June 1881] -- The steamship Wyoming sailed from Liverpool, England, with 775 Saints, in charge of Samuel Roskelley. The company arrived at New York July 7th , and at Ogden July 15th." ". . . A company of 609 emigrating Saints (the 35th company from Scandinavia), together with 12 returning missionaries, sailed from Copenhagen, June 20, 1881, by the steamers 'Cato' and 'Hero.' The 'Cato' had on board the Saints from the Goteborg and Skane Conferences (147 souls), in charge of Elders Mons Nilsson, Peter Nilsson and Fred Lundberg. The 'Hero' carried 462 Saints from Stockholm, Copenhagen, Aarhus, Aalborg and Christiania Conferences, and the following returning missionaries: Peter A. Nielsen (leader of the company), Lawrence C. Mariager, Herman F. F. Thorup, Jacob Hansen, Isaac Sorensen, John T. Thorup, Christian Olson, Erik O. Bylund, and Andrew Amundsen. On Thursday, June 23rd, both steamers arrived safely at Hull, England, and later the same day the company was conveyed to Liverpool by the railway, and the same evening the emigrants embarked on the steamer 'Wyoming,' which sailed on Saturday, June 25th. Besides the Scandinavians, there were 146 British Saints, seven more returning missionaries and one visitor on board from the British Isles. Elder Samuel Roskelley was appointed leader of the company, while Elders Peter A. Nielsen, Lawrence C. Mariager and Herman F. F. Thorup were retained as a presidency over the Scandinavian division. After a successful voyage, the 'Wyoming' arrived safely at New York, July 7th, and the next day the emigrants resumed their journey westward and arrived in Ogden, July 15th. Here the company parted, as about half of the emigrants went to Salt Lake City, while the rest either remained in Ogden, or went north. One child died on the cars while journeying through the States. . . ."

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      Autobiographical Sketch of Anna Mary Bell Frewin

      . . . we came to Utah in 1881. . . While we all came steerage, father was considered to be a rich man. We were all well dressed; father wore a silk hat; both the women were dressed alike with velvet hats and little birds on them. I'll never forget them. They had capes alike. And, when we came here to America, we found the brothers and sisters in sun bonnets, etc., and dad couldn't very well wear his silk hat but we were always considered pretty well off because of his bringing a whole family. Usually, only one or two of a family came at a time. Mother often said that good children we all were for the time we left London until we reached Salt Lake City, but, when we all got into the old spring wagon that Brother Binder, in his goodness, had brought to take us home in from the station, we bounced around and then all we children started crying. Mother said it was the worse time she had had.

      First we went to Brother Binder's home, which was between Third and Fourth West on Second South. This was on July 15, 1881. . . . [p.2]

      BIB: Frewin, Anna Mary Ball. [Autobiographical Sketch] (Special Collections & Manuscripts, Mss 902) p. 2 (Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah)

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      Letter from Samuel Roskelley - June 26, 1881

      Steamship Wyoming, off Queenstown, June 26, 1881.President A. [Albert] Carrington.

      Dear Brother,--As soon as practicable after the last tender left our ship, and before anchor was weighed, a meeting of the Saints was convened on the upper deck for the purpose of effecting a thorough organization of the company. By unanimous vote the following officers were elected viz: President of the company, Samuel Roskelley; President of the Scandinavian portion of the company, Peter A. Nielson, and L. C. Mariager and H. F. F. Thorup, his counselors; Chaplain, Thomas X. Smith; Clerk of the company, Joseph Goddard; Secretary for the Scandinavians, John T. Thorup; Captain of the guard, George S. Grant, and C. Olsen and F. Lundberg, his assistants.

      After a few instructions from Presidents Roskelley and Nielson, the brethren proceeded immediately to the accomplishment of their several duties, and at present writing all are comfortably situated and good order prevails. The sea is smooth and all are feeling excellently. The ship's officers are kind and courteous, and have materially aided us in contributing to the comfort and happiness of the company.

      With kind love to yourself and all the brethren in the office, we remain,

      Your brethren in the gospel,

      Samuel Roskelley, president,Peter A. Nielson,Joseph Goddard, clerk. [p.426]

      BIB: Roskelley, Samuel [Letter], Latter-day Saints' Millennial Star 43:27, (July 4, 1881) p. 426. (CHL)
      "DEPARTURE OF THE THIRD COMPANY. -- At 7 o'clock p.m. on Saturday last, the third company of Saints left Liverpool on the S.S. Wyoming, of the Guion Line. They numbered 609 Scandinavians, and 146 English, Scotch, and Welsh. Elders 19. Visitor, 1 -- total, 775 souls. Elder Samuel Roskelley had charge of the company. The following returning elders were on board: -- Samuel Roskelley, Thomas X. Smith, Joseph Goddard, G. S. Grant, Edward King, Isaac Duffin, and John Millar, from Britain; Peter A. Lundberg, L. A. Mariager, Jakob Hansen, J. T. Thorup, Mans Nilsson, E. O. Bylund, A. Amundsen, from Scandinavia. We wish this body of gathering Saints every blessing calculated to make their journey pleasant, safe and expeditious.""Sat. 25. [June 1881] -- The steamship Wyoming sailed from Liverpool, England, with 775 Saints, in charge of Samuel Roskelley. The company arrived at New York July 7th , and at Ogden July 15th."". . . A company of 609 emigrating Saints (the 35th company from Scandinavia), together with 12 returning missionaries, sailed from Copenhagen, June 20, 1881, by the steamers 'Cato' and 'Hero.' The 'Cato' had on board the Saints from the Goteborg and Skane Conferences (147 souls), in charge of Elders Mons Nilsson, Peter Nilsson and Fred Lundberg. The 'Hero' carried 462 Saints from Stockholm, Copenhagen, Aarhus, Aalborg and Christiania Conferences, and the following returning missionaries: Peter A. Nielsen (leader of the company), Lawrence C. Mariager, Herman F. F. Thorup, Jacob Hansen, Isaac Sorensen, John T. Thorup, Christian Olson, Erik O. Bylund, and Andrew Amundsen. On Thursday, June 23rd, both steamers arrived safely at Hull, England, and later the same day the company was conveyed to Liverpool by the railway, and the same evening the emigrants embarked on the steamer 'Wyoming,' which sailed on Saturday, June 25th. Besides the Scandinavians, there were 146 British Saints, seven more returning missionaries and one visitor on board from the British Isles. Elder Samuel Roskelley was appointed leader of the company, while Elders Peter A. Nielsen, Lawrence C. Mariager and Herman F. F. Thorup were retained as a presidency over the Scandinavian division. After a successful voyage, the 'Wyoming' arrived safely at New York, July 7th, and the next day the emigrants resumed their journey westward and arrived in Ogden, July 15th. Here the company parted, as about half of the emigrants went to Salt Lake City, while the rest either remained in Ogden, or went north. One child died on the cars while journeying through the States. . . ."

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