VOL. III - APPENDIX A

The Children of Thomas Barton and Mary Weston

Thomas was baptised on 19 April 1755, the son of Thomas Barton and Anne Mepham (Chapter 1). He married Mary Weston on 5 August 1778 at Warbleton Parish Church.

Thomas and Mary had seven children:

  • Thomas Barton. Baptised 4 October 1778 at Wartling Parish Church
  • Sarah Barton. Baptised 16 January 1780 at Wartling Parish Church. Buried 21 April 1780 at Wartling Parish Church
  • Jenny Barton. Baptised 3 June 1781 at Wartling Parish Church
  • Joseph Barton. Baptised 24 August 1783 at Wartling Parish Church.
  • Samuel Barton. Baptised 19 June 1785 at Wartling Parish Church
  • Mary Barton. Baptised 9 July 1786 at Wartling Parish Church.
  • John Barton. Baptised 4 September 1788 at Wartling Parish Church

Our line continues through John Barton who married Catherine Keeley (Chapter 1) who were my great x 3 grandparents.

Barton is not an uncommon surname and with no unusual christian names it is difficult to be certain that that I am following the correct family line, so at present

  • Nothing more is known about Thomas Barton.
  • Joseph Barton may have been buried at Warbleton on 2 August 1829.
  • Samuel Barton may have died in 1844 (Reg Gen June 1844 Uckfield 7 344)
  • Nothing more is known about Mary Barton.

Jenny Sweetnam nee Barton

I had recorded the baptism of Jenny Barton on 3 June 1781 at Wartling .

Other researchers have recorded the baptism of Jane Barton and noted that Jane married Thomas Sweetnam on 26 December 1802 at Wartling and had a number of children before emigrating to South Africa.

According to my records Jane Barton married Thomas Sweetnam on 20 December 1802 at Wartling Parish Church. She would have been 21 at the time. I had doubts about whether others were correct in assuming Jenny was Jane, but the later use of "Barton" as a middle name (see below) makes me believe that they were. This appendix is essentially the story of their family, their move to South Africa, some of their children's conversion to Mormanism in South Africa and their subsequent move to the USA.

Internet souces seem to confirm that Thomas Sweetnam had been born in 1774 in Warbleton, the son of Thomas Sweetnam and Mary Kemp and the baptism of Thomas Sweetman took place on 25 March 1775 at Warbleton, the son of Thomas and Mary Sweetman.

I have been told that during the Napoleanic Wars (1802-1815) Thomas served as a warrant officer on the HMS Orion at the Battle of Trafalgar. He fought at Copenhagen, Cape St Vincent and the Nile. It was whilst on temporary release from the Battle of Amiens that he married.

Thomas and Jane had four children in England

  • Mary Ann Sweetnam. Born 1803 in Sittingbourne, Kent
  • James Sweetnam. Born 1812 in Sittingbourne, Kent.
  • Hannah Sweetnam. Born 1815 in Sittingbourne, Kent
  • Ruth Sweetnam. Born 1817 in Sittingbourne, Kent.

They were residents of Deal in Kent when they signed up to emigrate to the Cape Colony with William Menzies party (also known as "The Dover Party of 1820" settlers) on the ship Weymouth.

They had four children in South Africa

  • Richard Weymouth Sweetnam. Born 1820
  • Thomas Sweetnam. Born 1822
  • Benjamin Sweetnam. Born 1826
  • Mary Sweetnam. Born 1827.

Thomas and Jane's children were first cousins to James Barton who married Orpha Crowhurst. Their grandchildren were second cousins to John Henry Barton who married Caroline Wood and their great grandchildren were third cousins to James Richard Barton, my grandfather (Chapter 4).

The family were originally located on the Upper Kariegna River on the location known as "Devonshire Farm" when the party leader Menzies died in 1821 and Thomas Sweetnam took over leadership of the party.

In about 1832-1833 Thomas and his family left Karienga and settled at Port Retief. The name of their farm was "Zuiwerfontein".

Thomas Sweetnam of "Zuiwerfontein" died on 19 October 1857 aged 82 at Post Retief, Fort Beaufont, South Africa and was buried at St John the Evangalist at Port Retief on 22 October 1857.

Jenny Sweetnam died on 19 September 1869 aged 88 years and 5 months at Post Retief, Albany, South Africa. She was buried at St John the Evangalist on 21 September 1857 

The photographs in this appendix have all been taken from Ancestry.co.uk

  • Mary Ann Hayward nee Sweetnam

Thomas and Jenny's daughter Mary Ann Sweetnam had already married George Hayward by the time they sailed on the "Weymouth".

George and Mary Ann had eight children:

  • William Thomas Hayward. Born 14 October 1821 at Karaiga River, South Africa.
  • George Joseph Hayward. Born 27 March 1824 at George, Cape, South Africa.
  • James Hayward. Born 1826 in South Africa.
  • Mary Jane Hayward. Born 23 June 1830. Baptised 15 August 1830 in South Africa.
  • Joseph Hayward. Born 1832 in South Africa
  • Wilhamieni Magdolina Hayward. Born 8 November 1833 in South Africa.
  • James John Hayward. Born 1836 in South Africa.
  • Sarah Barton Hayward. Born 21 January 1838 in Tarkastad, South Africa.

The naming of their last child seems to confirm Mary's parentage.

Nothing more is known about George and Mary Ann Hayward.

George and Mary Ann's son William Thomas Hayward married Dina Dorethea Fredericka Mienis on 31 July 1854 at George, Western Cape, South Africa. They had two sons:

  • William Thomas Hayward. Born 17 February 1855 at Bianco, George.
  • Frederick Henry Hayward. Born 24 August 1856 at Klipdrift, Oudtstroorn, Western Cape. He married Anna Jacoba Zeelia. Frederick died on 9 March 1913 at Klipdrift, Oudtshoorn. Anna died on 20 June 1849 at Oudtshoorn.

George and Mary Ann's son George Joseph Hayward is believed to have died in 1901.

George and Mary Ann's son James Hayward married Maria Elizabeth Van Eeden. James died in 1915.

George and Mary Ann's son Mary Jane Hayward is believed to have married James Phillip Lloyd on 13 June 1850 at Richmond, North Cape, South Africa. Mary Jane Lloyd died in 1910.

George and Mary Ann's son Joseph Hayward married Susara Elizabeth Bekker on 5 March 1858 at Craddock Eastern Cape, South Africa. They had four children:

  • Judith Maria Hayward. Born 9 September 1850 in Smithfield, OFS. She married Charles Alexander. Charles Alexander died on 12 June 1908. Judith Alexander died in 1917.
  • Josephine Johanna Hayward. Born 14 January 1857.
  • Johannes Stephanus Hayward. Born 8 April 1859
  • Magdalena Elizabeth Hayward. Born 11 November 1862

George and Mary Ann's son Wilhamieni Magdolina Hayward died on 6 September 1908

George and Mary Ann's son James John Hayward is believed to have died in 1886.

Nothing more is know about George and Mary Ann's daughter Sarah Barton Hayward.

  • James Sweetnam and Eliza Alexandrina Smith

Thomas and Jenny's son James Sweetnam married Eliza Alexandrina Smith on 17 July 1837 at St Georges, Grahamstown, South Africa.

James and Eliza had thirteen children:

  • James Joseph Sweetnam. Born 29 January 1839 in Winterberg.
  • Thomas Henry Sweetnam. Born 22 June 1840 in Winterberg.
  • Mary Jane Sweetnam. Born 24 August 1841 in Winterberg
  • Eliza Amelia Sweetnam. Born 28 January 1843 in Winterberg
  • Hannah Rosina Sweetnam. Born 28 November 1844 in Winterberg
  • John Barton Sweetnam. Born 30 January 1849 in Winterberg
  • Joseph Adolphus Sweetnam. Born 30 August 1850 in Winterberg
  • Alfred Gustavus Sweetnam. Born 19 December 1853 in Post Retief, Winterberg
  • Charles Frank Sweetnam. Born 15 October 1855 in Post Retief, Winterberg.
  • Elizabeth Josephine Sweetnam. Born 30 June 1857 in Winterburg
  • Theodore Sweetnam. Born 4 May 1859 in Winterburg
  • Sarah Alexandrine Sweetnam. Born 14 May 1860 in Winterburg
  • Amy Henrietta Adelina Sweetnam. Born 11 March 1862 in Fort Beaufort, Winterburg

Again the naming of one of their children supports James's parentage.

J Sweetnam, Commanding "Wintterberg Grey Volunteers" certified that the following officers, non-commissioned officers and men were entitled to a medal for military operations fighting the Gaikan, Goalekai and Kafir tribes between 1877 and 1878. James Sweetnam would have been 65 at the time, was he certifying for at least some of his sons for the list includes

  • Captain James Sweetnam
  • 2nd Lieutenant Joseph Sweetnam
  • Sergeant Major Alfred Sweetnam
  • Trooper Alfred Sweetnam
  • Trooper Charles Sweetnam
  • Trooper James Sweetnam
  • Trooper Adolphus Sweetnam

All were still shown as still serving.

James Sweetnam died on 23 May 1887 at Post Retief, South Africa.

Eliza Alexandrine Sweetnam died on 23 August 1902 at Zuiwerfontein, South Africa

James and Eliza's son James Joseph Sweetnam married Rosetta Georgina Duffy on 14 March 1865 at St John the Evangelist, Winterberg, Post Retief. They had nine children:

  • James Ernest Sweetnam Born 14 January 1866 at Port Retief, Winterberg. He died on 22 June 1922 in Ugis. 
  • Eliza Edith Alexandria Sweetnam. Born 27 November 1867 at Port Retief, Winterberg. Eliza married John Shea on 21 October 1890 at Blackhill, Bedford, Eastern Cape.
  • Florence Jane Sweetnam. Born 26 June 1870 at Port Retief, Winterberg. Florence married Harry Clifton Webber on 20 June 1892.
  • Annie Mary Sweetnam Born 10 November 1872 at Port Retief, Winterberg. Annie married John Surnett.
  • Harriet Maud Sweetnam. Born 6 September 1873 at Port Retief, Winterberg. Harriet married Thursby Taylor Arnold on 14 March 1893.
  • Alice Adalina Sweetnam. Born 18 September 1876 at Port Retief, Winterberg. Alice married G A Nettleton and A M Day.
  • Albert Charles Sweetnam. Born 13 April 1879 at Port Retief, Winterberg. Albert married Etheleen Sterley on 22 June 1905 at Victoria Methodist, Quigney, East London, South Africa. Albert died on 26 March 1951 at Fort Beaufort, South Africa.
  • Violet May Sweetnam. Born 30 September 1881 at Port Retief, Winterberg. She married George Albert Taylor on 18 September 1905 at Port Relief, Winterberg.
  • Ella `Amelia Sweetnam. Born 8 February 1884 in Port Retief, Winterberg. Ella married Joseph Henry Webster on 15 April 1903.

James Joseph Sweetnam died on 22 June 1922 at Fort Beaufort, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

James and Eliza's son Thomas Henry Sweetnam married Arkie Susannah Scooby. They had three children:

  • James Charles Sweetnam. Born 13 October 1889. James married Wilhemina Serfontein.
  • Henry Robert Sweetnam. Born 10 October 1891. Henry married Hester Cecilia Holl.
  • Benjamin Sweetnam. Born 6 April 1896. Died 12 April 1896.

Thomas Henry Sweetnam died on 8 August 1905 at East London, South Africa. Arkie Susannah Scooby died in 1922.

James and Eliza's daughter Mary Jane Sweetnam died on 11 August 1872 at Bethulle, Orange Free State, South Africa.

James and Eliza's daughter Eliza Amelia Sweetnam married Albert William Edward Buckley on 18 July 1864 at Port Retief, Winterberg. They had six children:

  • Edwin Albert Buckley. Born 1865. Died 15 October 1868 at Port Retief.
  • Ada Margaret Buckley. Born 1867. Died 8 January 1868 at Port Retief
  • James Barton Sweetnam Buckley. Born 1872. Died 1876.
  • Edith Amelia Mary Buckley. Born 1873. Died 20 March 1875.
  • Ellen Alberta Buckley. Born 1874.
  • Edward William Henry Buckley. Born 1875. Died 14 April 1878.

Albert Buckley died on 21 May 1875 at Fort Beaufort, Winterberg. Eliza died on 20 November 1919 at Mossel Bay, Cape Colony, South Africa.

James and Eliza's daughter Hannah Rosina Sweetnam married Gregory Alexander MacDonald on 11 June 1866 at Post Retief, Winterberg. They had a daughter Jane Elizabeth De Lancy McDonald who was born in 1867 and died on 11 August 1868 at Port Retief. Hannah MacDonald died on 16 October 1893 at "The Rest", Glengrey.

James and Eliza's son John Barton Sweetnam died on 7 August 1863 at Zuiworfontein, Post Retief. He was just 14 years old.

James and Eliza's son Joseph Adolphus Sweetnam married Lavinia Ann Sutton in 1875 in the Cape. They had two children:

  • Amy Amelia Josephine Sweetnam. Born 27 June 1876. Amy married Walter Tidman.
  • Joseph Thomas Smith Sweetnam. Born 1 June 1881 at Winterberg. Joseph married Gladys Myrthle Clark

Joseph Adolphus and Lavinia Ann Sweetnam both died on 5 March 1931 in Escourt, Natal, South Africa.

James and Eliza's son Alfred Gustavus Sweetnam died on 3 June 1929 at "Settlers Hospital" , Grahamstown, South Africa.

James and Eliza's son Charles Frank Sweetnam married Charlotte Maria Pohl on 17 October 1876. They had four children:

  • James Gregory Frederick Pohl Sweetnam. Born 24 August 1877 at Port Retief. James died in 1914 in France.
  • Catherine Eliza Sweetnam. Born 5 February 1879 at Winterberg, She married William John Albert Sutton at Fort Beaufort
  • Allan Frank Sweetnam. Born 13 August 1880 in Winterberg.
  • Mildred Mary Sweetnam. Born 24 August 1882 in Winterberg. Mildred died on 21 March 1958 at King William's Town, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

Charlotte Maria Sweetnam died in 1884. Charles is believed to have remarried in 1885. His second wife was Lavinia Steyn. Charles Frank Sweetnam died on 29 July 1938 at Uitenhage, East Cape.

James and Eliza's daughter Elizabeth Josephine Sweetnam married David Mills on 19 February 1878 in Port Retief, Winterburg. They had six children:

  • James David Claude Sweetnam Mills. Born 1879. Died 5 March 1907
  • Annie Kathleen Amy Josephine Mills. Born 1881
  • Robert Edward Alfred Mills. Born 19 April 1883 in Port Retief, Winterburg. Robert married Gertrude Elizabeth Holmes on 23 February 1910. Gertrude died on 23 January 1963 at Port Retief. Robert died on 13 October 1974 at Port Retief.
  • Susanna Mariette Mills. Born 9 September 1884. Susanna married Robert Eden Florance. Robert died in 1909. Her second husband was Edwin Herbert Marsh who died on 28 August 1963.
  • David Mills. Born 27 September 1886. He died on 25 March 1960.
  • Myrtle Mills Born 27 June 1894.

David Mills died on 14 June 1896 in Port Retief, Winterburg. Elizabeth died on 7 January 1934 at Fort Beaufort, Winterburg.

James and Eliza's son Theodore Sweetnam died on 11 May 1959.

James and Eliza's daughter Sarah Alexandrine Sweetnam died on 26 October 1868 at Port Retief.

James and Eliza's daughter Amy Henrietta Adelina Sweetnam married Hugh Robert Duffy on 23 August 1902 at Port Retief, Winterburg. She died on 5 March 1935 at Port Alfred, South Africa.

  • Hannah Wall nee Sweetnam.

Thomas and Jenny's daughter Hannah Sweetnam married Robert Wall on 30 June 1832 in St Georges, Grahamstown, South Africa.

They had seven children:

  • Jane Barbara Wall. Born 14 October 1831 at Grahamstown. .
  • Thomas Allen Wall. Born 6 February 1834 at Grahamstown
  • Lavinia Ann Wall. Born 27 April 1837 at Grahamstown.
  • Augusta Susannah Wall. Born 11 July 1839 in Holifents Hook, Albany, Cape of Good Hope.
  • Robert William Wilson Wall. Born 15 April 1842 at Tarka Post, Cape.
  • Oliver Wall. Born 1844
  • Holwell Henry James Wall. Born 14 March 1848 in Winterberg.

Hannah Wall died on 29 December 1849 at Port Retief, Winterburg.

Robert Wall died on 22 November 1858 at "Prospect", Bongola, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

Robert and Hannah's daughter Jane Barbara Wall married William Sadler. They had seven children.

  • William Clifford Sadler. Born 1846 in Cape Province, South Africa. Died 1922 in Transvaal.
  • Clement E B Sadler. Born 1848.
  • Lavinia Augusta Sadler. Born 1850.
  • Ethel Edith Sadler. Born 1852.
  • Lucy Agnes Sadler. Born 1854
  • Hannah Ann Sadler. Born 1856.
  • Eliza Jane Sadler. Born 1858.

Jane Barbara Sadler died on 24 December 1897.

Robert and Hannah's son Thomas Allen Wall married Magdelina W Hayward in 1854. They had nine children

  • Hannah Barbara Wall. Born 1855 in Grahamstown.
  • Joseph Henry Wall. Born 1847 in Grahamstown. Died 1894
  • Thomas Allen Wall. Born 1859 in Good Hope, Eastern Cape.
  • George Hayward Wall. Born 1861 in Good Hope, Eastern Cape
  • Maggie Wall. Born 1863 in Good Hope, Eastern Cape.
  • Livinia Jane Wall Born 1865 in Good Hope, Easstern Cape.
  • Robert Waverly Wall. Born 1867 in Good Hope, Eastern Cape
  • Ceceal Wall. Born 1871 in Good Hope, Eastern Cape.
  • John Howell Wall. Born 1877 in Good Hope, Eastern Cape. Died 29 June 1939.

Thomas Wall died on 5 March 1878. Magdalina Wall died on 6 September 1908

Robert and Hannah's daughter Lavinia Ann Wall married Henry James Talbot on 13 July 1859 at Grahamstown. 

Henry was the son of Hannah's sister Ruth (see below) making them first cousins. Henry and Lavinia had eleven children. Their first child was born in South Africa and the remainder were born in United States after Henry and Lavinia emigrated to the United States on the "Racehorse" with Henry's parents Henry Talbot and his mother Ruth Sweetnam and other family members in 1861 (see below).

  • Robert Wall Talbot. Born 30 August 1860 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Robert married Martha Lucinda Sharp on 13 November 1884 at Logan, Cache, Utah. They had twelve children. In 1900 Robert was farming at Lewiston, Cache, Utah. Martha died on 14 September 1907 at Lewiston, Cache, In 1910 Robert was farming at Grace, Bannock, Idaho. He was back in Lewiston by 1920. He was still farming there in 1930. By 1940, aged 79, he was living with his son at Lewiston, Cache, Utah. Robert Wall Talbot died on 13 February 1955 at Lewiston, Cache.
  • Henry James Talbot. Born 29 March 1862 at Kaysville, Utah. He married Susannah Cherry on 22 April 1891 at Logan, Cache, Utah. They had seven children. In 1910 they were living in Lewiston, Cache where Henry was farming. Susannah's two brothers and sister were living with them. Henry died on 14 September 1944 in Lewiston, Cache. Susannah died on 5 December 1953 in Lewiston, Cache
  • Livinia Ann Talbot. Born 29 March 1863 at Kaysville, Utah. She married Mark Vary Jones on 13 February 1889. In 1890 through to at least 1910 they were living in Fairview, Franklin, Idaho where Mark was farming. They had six children. Mark Vary Jones died on 1 March 1930 in Fairview, Franklin. Livinia Ann Jones died on 2 September 1951 at Preston, Franklin, Idaho.
  • Emmeline Wall Talbot. Born 13 July 1865 at Kaysville, Utah. Emmeline married Horatio George Drury on 29 January 1891 at Cache, Utah They had four children. In 1900 they were living at Oxford, Bannock, Idaho where Horatio was farming.. Horatio died on 18 July 1902 at Swan Lake, Bannock and was buried a Lewiston in Cache County. In 1910 Emmeline and her children was living with her fsther in Lewiston, Cache. In 1920 she is still in Lewiston, but is now head of the household. In 1929 she is living in Logan, Utah. Emmeline died on 27 February 1931 in Preston, Franklin and was buried in Lewiston, Cache County, Utah
  • Annie Talbot. Born 25 May 1867 in Eden Valley, Weber and died the same day
  • Albert Edward Talbot. Born 30 July 1868 in Eden, Utah. Albert married Rosina Tirzah Clarke in 1894 in Cache, Utah. In 1900 they were living in Oxford, Baddock, Utah. They had four children Albert died on 26 February 1924 at Fairview. Rosina Talbot died on 8 April 1952 at Fairview, Franklin, Idaho
  • Richard Alfred Talbot Born 30 July 1870 in Eden Valley, Utah. He married Elizabeth Irene Griffeth on 19 June 1901 at Logan, Cache, Utah. They farmed there all their lives and had nine children. Richard died on 9 December 1932 in Lewiston, Cache. Elizabeth died on 13 February 1954, also in Lewiston.
  • Ruth Sweetnam Talbot. Born 3 November 1872 in Lewiston, Cache. Ruth married Schulyer Everett White on 21 March 1900 in Logan, Cache. In 1920 the family were living at Salt Lake City Ward 3 where Schyler was farming They had three children. Ruth died on 19 July 1941 at Millcreek, Salt Lake, Utah. It is very odd that Henry James Talbot and Lavinia Ann Talbot would have two daughters with the same name born ten years apart, but the burial of both daughters seem to confirm that they were their parents. Schulyer Everett White died on 16 December 1961 in Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Daniel Stephen Talbot. Born 5 January 1875 in Lewiston, Cache. Daniel married Martha Corilla Egbert on 21 March 1900 at Lewiston, Cache. They had nine children. In 1870 the family were living at Lewiston, Cache where Daniel was farming. Daniel Stephen Talbot died on 25 July 1930 at Lewiston, Cache. His widow Martha died on 23 December 1968 at Logan, Cache aged 87 years old
  • Olive Leona Talbot. Born 19 April 1877 in Lewiston, Cache. She married George Quincey Stephenson on 20 December 1899 at Cache, Utah. In 1900 he was a farm labourer. They had six children. George died on 28 April 1948 in Los Angeles. Olive died on 16 December 1955 in Smithfield, Cache.
  • Mary Eliza Talbot. Born 7 December 1879 in Lewiston, Cache. She married William Wheeler on 21 February 1906 at Lewiston, Cache. They had four children. Mary died onn 4 August 1944 at Lewiston, Cache. William died on 24 September 1954 at Lewiston, Cache.

Lavinia Ann Talbot died on 1 March 1901 and was buried at Lewiston City Cemetary, Utah. Henry James Talbot died on 31 July 1910 at Lewiston, Cache, Utah.

Robert and Hannah's daughter Augusta Susannah Wall is believed to have died on 6 September 1924 in Kilp Dam, South Africa..

Robert and Hannah's son Robert William Wilson Wall also appears to have emigrated to the United States on "The Racehorse" in 1861 (see above). He married Belinda Jane Bair on 26 October 1866 in Kaysville, Davis, Utah. In 1880 the family were living in Lewiston, Cache where Robert was farming. In 1900 they were farming in District 0093, Layton, Cache, Utah . In 1910 they were living in District 0040 Layton, but Robert, aged 68, is now described as "living off own income". It is understood that Robert and his son in law Jesse built a property in Layton which over the years was home to many family members until it was demolished in around the year 2000. Robert and Belinda had twelve children:

  • Augusta Belle Wall. Born 1867 in Kaysville, Utah. Augusta married Jesse Wiggle Ellis on 24 July 1884 in Kaysville, Utah. Jesse had been born in South Africa on 21 September 1861 and had emigrated to the United States at the same time as Augusta's father (see below) . They had fourteen children. In 1900 they were living in Ogden Ward, Weber, Utah where Jessie was a carpenter. Jesse died on 14 January 1921 at Moreland, Bingham, Idaho. Augusta died on 21 August 1923 at Moreland, Bingham, Idaho.
  • Robert William Wall. Born 3 January 1869 in Kaysville, Utah. On 19 May 1890 he married Annie Amelia Wiggill at Kaysville. Annie Amelia Wiggill was the daughter of Jeremiah Francis Wiggill and Priscilla Jane Talbot, the daughter of Henry Talbot and Ruth Sweetnam (see below) making this a marriage between second cousins. By 1900 Robert whilst still described as married appears to be living back with his parents in Layton. Annie, in the meantime appears to be living with her two children in Layton but describes herself as "widowed". In 1910 Annie is still living in Layton with her children There is no entry in the column "marital status"! I can find no trace of Robert in the 1910 census. In 1920 he is living in Freewater, Umatilla, Oregano where he is described as the "partner" of Willis Fischer a fruit farm labourer. Robert gives his occupation as a labourer in concrete work. Annie in the meantime is living with her brother and sister in Layton and is now described as divorced. Annie remarried on 5 September 1923. Her second husband was John William Duffield, Robert William Wall died on 25 December 1925 in Utah. Annie died on 10 January 1930 and was buried at Kaysville Cemetary.
  • Mary Ann Wall. Born 21 November 1870 in Lewiston, Cache. She died in 1876 aged 6 years old in Lewiston, Cache.
  • Thomas Holwell Wall. Born 30 August 1874 in Richmond, Cache. Thomas married Florence Adelia Jacques on 21 March 1901 in Davis. In 1910 they were living in Layton, Utah where 35 year old Thomas was farming. They had five children. Thomas Holwell Wall died on 8 December 1916 aged 42 years old in Davis, Utah. Florence Adelia Wall died on 26 February 1933 at Layton, Davis.
  • Henry Dennis Wall. Born 29 April 1878 in Lewiston, Cache. He married Mary Ann Summers on 14 April 1908 at Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah. They had thirteen children. In 1920 they were living in American Falls, Power, Idaho. In 1930 they were living at Fort Road Toppenish, Yakima, Washington where Henry was a farmer working on his own account. Henry Dennis Wall died on 4 October 1935 in Kalmath Falls. Mary Ann Wall died on 19 November 1952 at Klamath Falls, Klamath, Oregan.
  • Belinda Jane Wall. Born 29 June 1880 at Lewiston, Cache. She died on 21 December 1888 aged 8 years old.
  • Owen Allen Wall. Born 12 August 1882 in Covedale, Cache. He married Janet Bruce on 15 March 1905 at Layton, Davis. In 1910 and 1920 they were living at Layton, Davies where Owen was farming. In 1930 they were living in Taylor, Weber where Owen was farming. Owen died on 13 October 1949 at Ogden, Weber County. Janet Wall died on 24 November 1971 in Ogden, Weber.
  • Charles Caton Wall. Born 21 April 1885 in Ogden, Weber. He married Elizabeth Price Jones on 15 May 1870 at Farmington, Davis. In 1910 they were living at Layton where Charles was a farm labourer. In 1940 they were living in Ogden, Weber and Charles was farming. They had two daughters. Charles died on 21 August 1947 at Ogden, Weber. Elizabeth died on 28 May 1959 at Ogden, Weber.
  • Bessie Lavinia Wall. Born 1 March 1890 in Kaysville, Utah. She died on 2 March 1890 in Kaysville, Utah.
  • Annie May Wall. Born 1891. Died 1891.
  • Lovina Pearl Wall. Born 1892. Died 1892.
  • Zelda Jane Wall. Born 24 December 1893. Zelda married Robert Leroy Shipley on 9 June 1916 at Ogden, Weber. In 1920 they were living at Ogden Ward No 1, Weber where Robert was a switchman on the railways. In 1930 and 1940 they were living in Duvall Street, Los Angeles where Robert was still working for the railways . Robert Leroy Shipley died on 5 November 1957 at Alamanda County, California. Zelda Shipley died in 1961.

Robert William Wilson Wall died on 14 October 1916 at Kaysville, Davis, Utah. Belinda Jane Wall died on 8 March 1924 at Layton Dams, Utah.

Nothing more is known about Robert and Hannah's son Oliver Wall.

Finally Robert and Hannnah's son Holwell Henry James Wall married Marion Jane Robb in 1874. They had seven children.

  • Jane Elizabeth Wall. Born 27 August 1875 in Craddock, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
  • Hannah May Wall. Born 1 May 1877 in Craddock, Eastern Cape.
  • Emily Maud Wall. Born 11 September 1878 at Craddock, Eastern Cape
  • Robert Howell Wall. Born 7 October 1882 at Craddock, Eastern Cape.
  • Livinia Ann Wall. Born 12 September 1885 at Craddock, Eastern Cape.
  • Freda Ethel Wall . Born 27 January 1887 at Craddock, Eastern Cape.
  • Ada Kathleen Wall. Born 23 August 1889 at Craddock, Eastern Cape.
  • Holwell James Wall. Born 9 January 1891 at Craddock, Eastern Cape
  • Christina Wall. Born 25 December 1897 at Craddock, Easterbn Cape.

Holwell Henry James Wall died on 31 August 1908 in Craddock, Eastern Cape, South Africa. 

  • Ruth Talbot nee Sweetnam.

Thomas and Jenny's daughter Ruth Sweetnam married Henry Talbot on 20 March 1833 at Grahamstown, Albany. Henry was born on 16 October 1812 in Pimlico, London. He was the son of John Talbot and Priscilla Purcell.

Henry and Ruth are believed to have had sixteen children:

  • Henry James Talbot. Born 17 February 1834 at Grahamstown, Albany, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
  • John Josiah Talbot. Born 23 August 1835 at Grahamstown, Albany, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
  • Thomas Benjamin Talbot. Born 25 March 1838 at Grahamstown, Albany, Eastern Cape.
  • Charles Stewart Talbot. Born 5 August 1840 at Grahamstown, Albany, South Africa.
  • Priscilla Jane Talbot. Born 22 April 1842 in Salem, Albany, South Africa.
  • Hannah Talbot. Born 30 October 1843 at Salem, South Africa.
  • Sarah Talbot. Born 3 October 1845 in Calle Hook, Wintersburg, Eastern Cape.
  • Albert Joseph Talbot. Born 14 October 1847 in Wintersburg, Fort Beaufort, Eastern Cape. .
  • Richard Alfred Talbot. Born 22 April 1849 at Battlegate, Craddock, Eastern Cape.
  • Edward William Talbot. Born 12 January 1851 at Volver Fontaine, Craddock, Eastern Cape.
  • Walter George Talbot. Born 1852.
  • Susanna Talbot. Born 12 March 1854 at Queenstown, White Sea, Eastern Counties.
  • Gobo Fango Talbot. Born 1855. Gobo was adopted by Henry and Ruth when he was three years old. He was of African descent.
  • Stephen Barton Talbot. Born 15 November 1855 at Thorn River, Queenstown, South Afirica.
  • Hyram Purcell Talbot. Born 5 May 1859 in Queenstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
  • Ruth Sweetnam Talbot. Born 17 February 1862 at Kaysville, Davis County, Utah.

On 20 February 1861 the family sailed from South Africa arriving at Boston Harbour on 12 April 1861. The family settled in Kaysville, Utah on 13 September 1861. It is understood that Henry had converted to Mormonism, being baptised into the faith on 28 December 1857 whilst in South Africa, with his wife and children converting six months later and they travelled to the USA with other converts to "gather with the saints in Zion".

The 1870 census shows Henry as a "Farm master" with real estate valued at 1,700 and personal effects valued at 200. The census records that they had 16 children in the house. Not all are recorded but other researchers have attributed the children listed above to Henry and Ruth. .

Henry Talbot died on 15 December 1895 and was buried on 18 December 1895 at Utah.

In 1900 Ruth Talbot, 83 year old widow was living at Leyton Precinct, Davis Utah. The census confirms she had sixteen children of which thirteen survived.

Ruth Talbot died on 15 March 1903 at Layton, Davis, Utah.

Henry and Ruth's son Henry James Talbot married Lavinia Ann Wall, daughter of Ruth's sister Hannah (see above). Henry and Lavinia are also listed as passengers on the Race Horse, along with their 5 year old son Robert (see above).

According to the 1900 census Henry and Ruth's son John Josiah Talbot arrived in the USA from South Africa in 1859, this was two years before his parents Henry and Ruth arrived with the remainder of the family and he would have been about 24 years old at the time. John married Hannah Gubby in approx 1866. Hannah had been born in England and had emigrated to the USA in 1866. In 1880 they were living in Ferron Precinct, Emery, Utah where 45 year old John was a boiler maker. In 1900 they were living at Leamington Precinct, Millard County, Utah where 64 year old John was a farmer. Hannah Gubby Talbot died on 6 June 1907 and was buried in Leamington Cemetary Her death certificate indicates that she had been ill for a number of years after a fall had left her helpless. John appears to have remarried. John died on 25 February 1908 and was buried in Leamington cemetery. The record notes his parents were Henry and Ruth Talbot and his wife was Jane Broke Talbot. In 1920 Jane was living with her brother Archie M Hunter in Coyote, Utah. Jane Broke Hunter Talbot died on 22 March 1923 at Antimony, Garfield County, Utah.

Henry and Ruth's son Thomas Benjamin Talbot was 22 when he emigrated to the USA on the same ship as his parents in 1861. The same year he married Margaret Alice Wiggill on 13 June 1861 at Florence, Douglas, Nebraska. Margaret had been born in Wintersburg, Cape, South Africa, the daughter of Eli Wiggill and Susannah Bentley and it appears that she arrived in the USA on the same ship as her husband to be (see above). In 1880 they were living in Leamington, Utah where 42 year old Thomas was a farmer worker. Thomas and Margaret had nine children:

  • Henry Nephi Talbot. Born 7 July 1862 in Layton, Davis County, Utah. Henry died on 1 February 1863 and was buried in Kaysville, Davis County.
  • George Eli Talbot. Born 27 October 1863 in Kaysville, Davis County, Utah. George married Sarah Malinda Alldredge on 18 January 1890 at Fillmore, Millard, Utah. They had eight children. In 1910 and 1920 they were living in Hinckley, Millard where George was farming. Geoerge Eli Talbot died on 15 March 1922 in Hinckley, Millard, Utah. Sarah remarried on 5 March 1924 in Salt Lake City. Her second husband was widower, Jacob Heathcote Langston. Jacob died on 16 June 1930. Sarah died on 29 August 1948 at Llyndal, Millard, Utah.
  • Harriett Wiggill Talbot. Born 16 October 1865 at Layton, Davis, Utah. Harriet married Brigham Anderson Lovell in 1885 at Salt Lake City. He was a member of the Church of the Latter Day Saints. They had nine children. In 1900 through to 1940 they were living in Oak Creek, Millard where Brigham was a farmer. Brigham Anderson Lovell died on 3 April 1948 in Oak City, Millard. Harriett Lovell died on 12 October 1948 in Oak City, Milllard County, Utah.  
  • Arthur James Talbot. Born 24 August 1868 in West Jordan, Salt Lake City, Utah. Arthur married Clara Elizabeth Theobald in 13 May 1896 in Manti, Sanpete, Utah. Clara was the daughter of Arthur Theobald and Jane Burgess. Arthur and Clara had twelve children. In 1910 they were living in Oak Creek, Millard, Utah where Arthur was farming. Arthur died on 29 May 1922 in Oak City, Millard, Utah. Clara Elizabeth Talbot died on 20 December 1955 in Sacremento, California and was buried in Oak City Cemetary.
  • Thomas Edward Talbot. Born 25 December 1870 at Taylorsville, Salt Lake City. Thomas married Johanna Marie Johnson on 7 September 1892. In 1910 they were living at Oak Creek, Millard, Utah where Thomas was farming. They had six children. Thomas died on 18 September 1934 at Oak City, Millard, Utah. Johanna died on 15 June 1944 at Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • Joseph Elijah Talbot. Born 28 January 1873 in Kaysville, Davis, Utah. Joseph died on 18 May 1883 in Leamington, Millard and was buried in Leamington Cemetary.
  • Margaret Alice Talbot. Born 30 June 1875 in Leamington, Millard, Utah. She died on 19 December 1882 at Leamington, Millard, Utah.
  • Sarah Emma Talbot. Born 20 March 1880 in Leamington, Millard, Utah. Sarah died on 22 December 1882 at Leamington, Millard, Utah.
  • Lydia Ruth Talbot. Born 17 July 1884 at Oak City, Millard, Utah. Lydia married Charles Theobald on 7 December 1903 at Millard, Utah. Charles was the son of Arthur Theobald and Jane Burgess and his sister Clara had married Lydia's brother Arthur James Talbot. He appears to have been married previously and had at least one son from his first marriage. Charles and Lydia are believed to have had five children. In 1920 the family were living in Hinckley, Millard, Utah. Charles Theobald died on 14 October 1936 in Milliard, Utah. Lydia Theobald died on 15 November 1973 in Salt Lake City.

In 1900 the family were living at Oak Creek, Millard, Utah where 62 year old Thomas was farming. 

In 1920 Thomas and Margaret were living at Oak City. Given that he was by then 81 unsurprisingly he was of 'no occupation'. Thomas died on 4 November 1929 at Oak City, Millard, Utah. Margaret Alice Wiggill died on 14 January 1933 at Oak City, Millard.

Henry and Ruth's son Charles Stewart Talbot had arrived in the USA with his parents in 1861 (see above). He was 19 years old when he married Rosanna Maria Wiggill on 5 July 1862 at Salt Lake City, Utah. Rosanna had been born in Prt Retief, South Africa daughter of Eli Wiggill and Susannah Bentley. She was the sister of Margaret Alice Wiggill who had married Thomas Benjamin Talbot and the family's had arrived in the USA on the same ship. In 1900 the family were living at Oak Creek, Millard, Utah where Charles was farming. Charles and Rosanna had eleven children.

  • Charles Henry Talbot. Born 28 July 1863 in Kaysville, Davis, Utah. He died on 21 December 1881 in Leamington, Millard, Utah. He was buried in the Talbot family cemetery.
  • Susannah Talbot. Born 27 June 1865 in Kaysville, Utah. Susannah married Seymour Bronson Mecham on 23 March 1882 at Salt Lake City. They had nine children. In 1900 they were living in Burgess, Wayne, Utah where Seymour was a day labourer. In 1910 they were living in Moore, Blane, Idaho where Seymour was an 'odd jobber'. Seymour died on 20 June 1920 at Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho. Susanna Mecham died on 12 June 1957.
  • Salina Talbot. Born 16 June 1867 in Layton, Davis, Utah. Salina married Christopher Columbus Dutson on 12 November 1890 in Mante, Sanpete, Utah. They had eight children. In 1900 they were living in Abraham, Millard, Davis, Utah where Christopher was a farm labourer. Salina died on 28 February 1910 in Hinkley, Millard, Utah. Christopher is believed to have remarried in 1911. He died on 31 August 1947 in Roy, Davis, Utah.
  • Joseph Eli Talbot. Born 4 November 1869 in Kaysville, Davis, Utah. He married Annie Mettie Christensen on 4 September 1894 in Oak City, Millard, Utah. In 1900 they were living in Abraham, Millard, Utah. In 1910 they were in Hinckley, Millard, Utah where Joseph was farming. In 1920 in Burley, Cassia, Idaho where Joseph was a labourer. By 1930 they were living in Griffin Creek, Jackson, Oregan where Joseph was a labourer. The couple are thought to have had nine children. Annie Mettie Talbot died on 28 April 1936 in Lynndyl, Millard, Utah and was buried at Oak City Cemetary, Millard. Joseph Eli Talbot died on 12 February 1946 in Ogden, Weber, Utah.
  • Rosanna Maria Talbot. Born 26 November 1874 in Kaysville, Davis, Utah. Rosanna married Peter Edwin Anderson on 27 September 1893 at Manti, Sanpete, Utah. In 1900 they were living in Oak Creek, Millard, Utah. In 1910 they were living at Hinckley, Millard, Utah where Peter was a farmer They are believed to have had six children. Peter Edwin Anderson died on 10 March 1961 at Claremont, Los Angeles. Roseanna M Anderson died on 15 February 1969 in Los Angeles.
  • Venia Jane Talbot. Born 11 April 1877. Died 1 January 1882 in Leamington, Millard County, Utah.
  • Edward William Talbot. Born 1879 in Leamington, Millard, Utah. Edward died on 25 December 1881 in Leamington, Millard, Utah.
  • Annie May Talbot. Born 22 September 1881 in Leamington, Millard, Utah. Annie married William Henry Walker on 2 October 1902 in Salt Lake City. In 1910, 1920 and 1940 they were living in Hinckley, Millard, Utah where William was farming. William and Annie had three children. Annie May Walker died on 1 June 1960 in Delta, Millard and was buried in Provo, Utah. William Henry Walker died on 28 October 1960 in Provo, Utah. .
  • John Stewart Talbot. Born 15 March 1884 in Leamington, Millard, Utah. John married Mary Neilson on 25 June 1904 at Millard, Davis, Utah. In 1910 they were living at Hinckley, Millard, Utah where John was a farm labourer. By 1920 John was farming in Hinckley. John and Mary had ten children. John died on 7 April 1963 in Delta, Millard, Utah. Mary died on 17 June 1963 at Delta, Millard, Utah.
  • Elizabeth Alice Talbot. Born 14 October 1886 in Leamington, Millard, Utah. Elizabeth married Jens Peter Neilson on 27 May 1903 in Salt Lake City. Jens had been born in Denmark, arriving in the USA in 1895. In 1910 they were living in Leamington, Millard, Utah where Jens Peter was a ranch manager. They had five children. Elizabeth Alice Neilsen died on 30 May 1924 in Salt Lake City. Jens Peter Neilson died on 20 August 1954 in Milliard, Utah.
  • Esther Ruth Talbot. Born 25 January 1890 in Oak City, Milliard, Utah. Esther married Marunis Ernest Nelson on 13 May 1908 at Salt Lake City. Marunis was born in Denmark and he arrived in the USA in 1885. In 1910 they were living at Leamington, Millard, Utah where Marunis was a farm labourer. They had five children. Marunis Ernest Nelson died on 9 June 1923 in Salt Lake City. Esther Ruth Talbot died on 11 July 1941 in Los Angelos

Charles Stewart Talbot died 29 October 1919 at Hinckley, Millard, Utah. Rosanna died on 8 April 1943 in Sutherland, Utah.

Henry and Ruth's daughter Priscilla Jane Talbot was 18 years old when she arrived in the USA with her parents in 1861 (see above). She married Jeremiah Francis Wiggill on 14 June 1861 at Florence, Douglas, Nebraska. Jeremiah was the son of Eli Wiggill and Susannah Bentley, so Priscilla married the brother of two of her sister-in- laws, Margaret and Roseanna. In 1880 Jeremiah and Priscilla were living in Kaysville, Utah where Jeremiah was a farmer. In 1900 they were living in Layton, Davis, Utah and Jeremiah was still farming. Jeremiah and Priscilla had thirteen children:

  • Sarah Ann Susannah Wiggill. Born 17 April 1862 at Salt Lake City, Utah. Sarah married George Bennett. They had four children in the USA, George and Sarah appear to have emigrated to Alberta, Canada in 1894. In 1906 they were living in Alberta, Canada. The family appear to have returned to the USA where George Bennett died on 8 June 1916 in Hooper, Weber, Utah. Sarah Ann Bennett died on 22 September 1939 in Cardston, Alberta, Canada. 
  • Lavinia Ruth Wiggill. Born 11 December 1863 in Kaysville, Davis Utah. Lavinia married Joseph Heber Ellison on 11 November 1884 at Kaysville, Utah They emigrated to Canada in 1889. They had twelve children. In 1911 Jospeh and Lavinia were living at the Medicine Hat, Alberta where Joseph was a farmer. Lavinia Ruth Ellison died on 4 May 1944 at Cardston, Alberta, Canada. Joseph died on 13 February 1956 at Cardston, Alberta, Canada.
  • Margaret Emily Wiggill. Born 22 October 1865 in Kaysville, Davis, Utah. Margaret married John Edmund Adams on 9 February 1888 in Davis, Utah. They appear to have had six children before emigrating to Canada in 1898 and a further four children in Canada. In 1901 they were living in Kimball, Alberta where John was farming. In 1916 were living at 1 Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. By 1930 John and Margaret were back in the USA, living at Browning, Glacier, Montana. John Edmund Adams died on 2 May 1937 at Browning, Glazier, Montana. Margaret Emily Adams died on 19 January 1944 in Polson, Lake, Montana and was buried in Kaysville, Utah.
  • John Richard Wiggill. Born 13 May 1867 in Kaysville, Davis, Utah. John married Anna Eliza Higgs on 1 August 1888. They are believed to have had six children. The family emigrated to Canada in 1894 and in 1901 they were living at Aetna, Alberta, Canada where John was farming. In 1916 they were living at Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. Anna Eliza Wiggill died on 15 May 1920 at Cardston, Alberta. John Richard Wiggill died on 20 July 1952 at Cardston, Alberta, Canada.
  • Annie Amelia Wiggill. Born 17 August 1869 in Kaysville, Davis, Utah. Annie married Robert William Wall in 1890 in Weber, Utah. Robert Willuam Wall was the son of Robert William Wilson Wall and Belinda Jane Bair. Robert William Wilson Wall was the son of Robert Wall and Hannah Sweetnam. Hannah was the sister of Ruth Sweetnam making this a marriage between second cousins (see above)
  • Victoria Adelaide Wiggill. Born 8 June 1871 in Kaysville, Davis, Utah. She married Hugh Franklin McLean on 26 August 1891. In 1910 they were living at Fairview, Oneida, Idaho where Hugh was farming. In 1920 and 1930 they were living in Layton, Davis, Utah. They are known to have had one son Parley Frances McLean who was born on 11 May 1892. Hugh Franklin Mclean died on 14 April 1940 in Layton, Utah and was buried in Kaysville City Cemetary. Victoria McLean died on 19 July 1943 in Kaysville, Davis, Utah and was buried on 22 July 1943 in Kaysville City Cemetary.
  • Eliza Elizabeth Wiggill. Born 11 February 1873 in Kaysville, Davis, Utah. She may have married William Hunt Lyman on 4 May 1896 at Kaysville, Utah. They may have emigrated to Alberta , Canada, but this is not clear.
  • Eli Francis Wiggill. Born 14 December 1874 in Layton, Utah. Eli married Louie Evelyn Bybee on 27 March 1901 at Ogden, Weber, Utah. They had ten children. From 1910 through to 1930 the family lived in Layton where Eli was farming. Eli died on 2 January 1926 in Layton. Louie Evelyn Wiggill on 3 August 1964 in Layton, Utah.
  • Priscilla Jane Wiggill. Born 11 October 1876 in Kaysville, Davis, Utah. Priscilla married William Lancelot Bowler on 1 August 1893 at Ogden, Weber, Utah. They had two children. William died on 30 July 1897 at Ogden, Weber. Priscilla remarried on 4 December 1901 in Ogden, Weber, her second husband was John Andrew Taylor. They had five children. John Andrew Taylor died on 4 April 1936 in Ogden, Weber. Priscilla Jane Taylor died on 14 January 1950 in South Ogden, Weber.
  • Albert Jeremiah Wiggill. Born 13 July 1879 in Kaysville, Davis. Throughout 1920 through to 1940 Albert was farming in Layton. Jeremiah died on 4 September 1947 in Layton and was buried in Kaysville, Davis.
  • Joseph Hyrum Wiggill. Born 7 April 1881 in Kaysville, Davis. Joseph married Lorena Morgan on 8 February 1905 at Davis, Utah. In April 1910 the family visited Alberta, Canada, the border crossing indicating that they were visiting Joseph's brother and sister. They had seven children. In 1920 and 1930 the family were living in Layton, Davis where Joseph was farming. Joseph died on 20 October 1944 in Layton, Davis. Lorena Wiggill died on 8 September 1975 in Ogden, Utah.
  • Lillian Pearl Wiggill. Born 7 February 1883 in Kaysville, Utah. Lillian died on 2 December 1898 in Kaysville, Davis.
  • Franklin Stewart Wiggill. Born 20 November 1886 in Kaysville, Utah. In 1920 and 1930 Franklin was living with his brother Albert in Layton where both were farming. Franklin died on 2 April 1958 in Kaysville, Utah.

Jeremiah Wiggill died on 25 February 1910 at Layton, Davis and was buried in Kaysville, Davis. Priscilla Wiggill died on 24 October 1916 at Layton, Davis, Utah.

Henry and Ruth's daughter Hannah Talbot, aged 16, had arrived in the USA with her parents, Henry and Ruth Talbot in 1861 (see above), born 30 October 1843 at Salem, South Africa, Hannah died on 11 February 1897 at Kaysville, Davis, Utah and was buried at Kaysville City Cemetary.

Henry and Ruth's daughter Sarah Talbot was 14 years old when she arrived in the USA with her parents in 1861 (see above). Sarah married William Bodily on 29 October 1864 at Fairview, Franklin, Idaho. William had been born in Northampton, but had emigrated to South Africa before sailing from Cape Town to Boston arriving on 13 June 1860. In 1870 they were living with William's parents in Kaysville and Wiliam was a carpenter. William and Sarah had five children.

  • William Edward Bodily. Born 20 August 1865 in Kaysville, Davis. He married Harriet Ann Oliversen on 25 January 1883 at Franklin, Idaho. They had ten children. In 1900 they were living in Mink Creek, Oneida, Idaho where William was farming. In 1910 they were at St Joseph, Idaho. By 1920 they were in Cassio where they remained for the rest of their lives. Harriet Ann Bodily died on 24 December 1944 in Burley, Cassia. William died on 27 December 1944 in Burley, Cassia.
  • Ruth Elizabeth Bodily. Born 22 May 1868 in Kaysville, Davis. Ruth married Orson Layton on 22 November 1888 in Cache, Utah. In 1900 through to 1920 the family lived in Layton. Orson Layton died on 13 November 1929 in Layton, Utah. Ruth Elizabeth Layton died on 24 November 1960 in Ogden, Weber, Utah.
  • Robert Henry Bodily, Born 10 February 1870 in Kaysville, Davis. Robert married Mary Eleanor Griffith on 24 November 1897 in Cache, Utah. In 1900 through to 1940 they were living in Fairview, Oneida, Idaho where Robert was farming. Robert died on 6 February 1946 in Logan, Cache, Utah. Mary Eleanor Bodily died on 7 March 1946 in Logan, Cache, Utah.
  • James Richard Bodily. Born 11 February 1872 in Hyde Park, Cache. James married Margaret Charlotte Cole on 2 June 1897 at Logan, Cache. In 1910 they were living in Whitney, Oneida, Idaho where James was farming. They had four children. In 1940 they were still living in Whitney. Margaret Charlotte Bodily died on 30 March 1864 at Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona. James Richard Bodily died on 12 April 1967 in Preston, Franklin, Idaho.
  • Sarah Lovinia Bodily. Born 23 September 1873 in Fairview, Franklin. Sarah died on 22 December 1875 in Fairview, Franklin.

In 1870 William and Sarah and their family were still living in Kaysville and William was a carpenter. Sarah Bodily died on 8 October 1873 at Fairview, Franklin, Idaho. William remarried in 1875, his second wife was Delila McFerson. Willliam Bodily died on 31 May 1927 in Fairview, Franklin, Idaho.

Henry and Ruth's son Albert Joseph Talbot was 13 years old when he arrived in the USA with his parents in 1861 (see above). Albert married Mary Lodoyskie Richardson on 8 January 1872 at Salt Lake City. In 1880 were living at Lewiston, Cache, Utah where Albert was a farmer. They had six children:

  • Albert Joseph Talbot. Born 1873 in Utah.
  • John Alfred Talbot. Born 11 December 1875 in Richmond, Cache, Utah. John married Sophia Duncan Leishman on 9 February 1895 at St Marys, Alberta. They had three children. John and Sophia were farming in Canada in 1901, but by 1930 had returned to the USA where Sophia died on 21 December 1939 at Weiser, Washington County. John Alfred Talbot died on 8 November 1949 in Boise, Ada, Idaho. He was buried in Hillcrest Cemetary, Weiser, Washington.
  • Lola Lavinia Talbot. Born 26 May 1877 in Lewiston, Cache. Lola died on 22 January 1897.
  • Priscilla Rose Talbot. Born 13 December 1881 in Lewiston, Cache. Lola married Williard McLoughlin on 6 February 1901 at Cardston, Alberta, Canada. It is not clear when Priscilla moved to Canada. The couple had three children in Canada, but by 1910 they had moved back to the USA and were living at Pocatello, Bannock, Utah. Williard was working as fireman on a steam railway. A further three children would be born in the USA. The family were still living in Pocatello in 1920 and remained there throughout 1930's and 1940's. Willard McLaughlin died on 22 December 1943 at Pocatello, Bannock, Utah. Priscilla Rose McLOughlin died on 23 September 1960 at Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho.
  • Charles Stuart Talbot. Born 25 October 1883 in Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho. Charles Talbot died on 26 September 1908 at Salt Lake City.
  • Ralph Marian Talbot. Born 11 December 1889 in Kilgore, Fremont, Idaho. Ralph married Henreitta Caroline Thompson on 8 December 1909 at Logan, Cache, Utah. Ralph and Henreitta appear to have emigrated to Canada where they had three children. In 1921 the family were living in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. Ralph died on 17 September 1973 in Cardston, Alberta, Canada, Henreitta died on 19 April 1993 in Cardston.
  • Lawrence Earl Talbot. Born 4 March 1891 in Kilgore, Fremont, Idaho. Lawrence married Maria Swift Garbett on 13 May 1913 at Salt Lake City. They had four children. In 1920 they were living in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho where Lawrence was a salesman in the automotive industry. Maria died on 3 August 1945 at Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho. Lawrence Earl Talbot died on 20 January 1947 in Idaho.

In 1930 Albert and Mary were living in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho. Albert was 86 years old and his wife was 74 years old. Albert Joseph Talbot died on 10 June 1933 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho. His widow, Mary Lodoyskie Talbot died on 7 March 1949 in Pocatello, Bannock.

Henry and Ruth's son Richard Alfred Talbot was 11 years old when he arrived in the USA with his parents in 1861 (see above). In 1870 he was a 19 year old farm hand living with his parents at Kaysville, Davis, Utah. It is not clear what happened to hm after that date.

Henry and Ruth's son Edward William Talbot was 11 years old when he had arrived in the USA with his parents in 1861 (see above). Edward married Phenniatte Josephine Partridge on 9 December 1880 at Willard, Box Elder, Utah. They had five children. In 1910 they were living at Moreland, Bingham, Utah where Edward was farming. Phenniatte died on 11 December 1931 at Blackfoot. Edward died on 9 November 1933 at Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho.

Henry and Ruth's son Walter George Talbot was 8 years old when he arrived in the USA with her parents in 1861 (see above). In 1870 he was living with his parents in Kaysville, Utah but it is not clear what became of him after that.

Henry and Ruth's daughter Susanna Talbot was 6 years old when had arrived in the USA with her parents in 1861 (see above). Born 12 March 1854 at Queenstown, White Sea, Eastern Counties, Susanna married Lehi Heward in 1875 in Woodruff. In 1880 Lehi was farming at St Joseph, Apache. By 1900 Lehi and Susanna were farming at the Najavo Indian reservation in Utah and they remained in Najavo all their lives. They had eleven children.

  • Lehi Stephen Heward. Born 10 August 1876 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. Lehi married Lydia Ann Brinkerhoff on 7 December 1893 at St George, Washington. They had three children. In 1910 they were living in Snowflake, Navajo. In 1920 they were living in Holbrook, Najavo. By 1930 they had moved to Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona, returning to Najavo by 1940. Lehi Stephen Heward died on 14 March 1946 in San Bernardino, California. Lydia diied on 19 September 1970 in Mesa, Maricopa and was buried in Joseph City Cemetary. 
  • Susannah Janet Heyward. Born 1878. She is believed to have married Rial Allen on 18 November 1896 at Davis, Utah, but she was widowed shortly thereafter when Rial died on 27 May 1899 at Moenave, Coconino County, Arizona. Rial and Susnnah had a son Sessal Dellma Allen. In 1900 Susannah was working as a housekeeper in Circleville, Piute, Utah and her son was living with her. In 1910 she was living with her sister Eliza at Fielding, Box Elder, Utah. Susannah remarried on 7 September 1921 in Mesa, Maricopa. Her second husband was Thomas K Bates. In 1930 they were living in Osborn, Maricopa, Arizona where Thomas was an odd job man. In 1935 they were living in Phoenix, Arizona. Susannah Bates died on 17 February 1940 at Phoenix, Arizona and was buried at Snowflake Cemetary.
  • Eliza Jane Heward. Born 1880 in Arizona. Eliza married Robert Ephraim Sainsbury in 1898 in Piute, Utah. Robert had been born in England in 1854 and had been married previously. They had four children. In 1910 the were living in Fielding, Box Elder, Utah. Robert died in 1923 and was buried in Fielding, Box Elder. Eliza Jane Sainsbury died on 23 December 1962.
  • Ruth Elizabeth Heward. Born 24 September 1881 in Joseph City, Arizona, Ruth married William Albert Hunt on 22 April 1901 at Morenci, Arizona. In 1910 they were living in Woodruffe, Navajo They had nine children. In 1920 they were living in Holbrook, Navajo where William was a ranch farmer and Ruth was a launderess. In 1930 and 1940 they were still living in Navajo. William Albert Hunt died on 7 June 1970 in Holbroook, Navajo. Ruth Elizabeth Hunt died on 9 April 1974 at Morenci, Greenlee, Arizona. She was buried in Holbrook, Navajo County.
  • Edwin John Heward. Born 19 October 1883 in Arizona. Edwin married Hazel Turley. In 1920 they were living in Heber, Narajavo where Edwin was a farmer. Edwin and Hazel had five children. In 1930 the family was living at Holbrook, Navajo where Edwin was a grain farmer. Edwin died in May 1971 in Salt Lake City.
  • Margaret Olive Heward. Born March 1885 in Arizona, Margaret married Melvin Webb on 15 March 1901 at Tubo City, Coconino, Arizona. In 1910 they were living in Monroe, Servier, Utah where Melvin was a horse farmer. In 1920 they were farming in Panguitch, Garfield, Utah. They had five children. Melvin Webb, wife of Margaret Olive Webb died on 19 October 1925 in Thistle, Utah aged 54 years old. Margaret remarried on 5 July 1930 in Utah, her second husband was Theodore E Diamond. I assume Theodore also died for on 18 January 1951, Margaret again remarried. Her third husband was Orin Karl Kartchner. Margaret Olive Kartchner died on 27 April 1966 in Springville, Utah.
  • Lois Heward. Born 26 November 1886 in Heber, Navajo County. Lois married George Elmer Gardner on 3 October 1906 in Salt Lake City. In 1910 they were living in Woodruff, Navajo where George was a brick and rock mason. In 1920 they were living in Heber, Navajo where George was now farming. They had six children. In 1930 they were in Holbrook, Navajo. Lois Gardner died on 29 May 1977 in Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona.
  • Laura Heward. Born 27 October 1888 in Arizona. Laura married Thomas Lacy Smithson and in 1910 they were living in Woodruff, Navajo. They had four children, but by 1920 Thomas had died. Thomas Lacy Smithson died on 21 October 1918 in Woodruff, Navajo. In 1930 Laura was living in Holbrook where she was described as a 'housekeeper'. Laura Smithson died on 7 November 1975 in Winslow, Navajo and was buried in Holbrook.
  • Russletta Heward. Born 24 March 1891 in Arizona. Russletta married Jesse Essrum Sharp. In 1920 they were living at Holbrook, Navajo where Jesse was farming. In 1930 they were in Ogden, Weber and Jesse was a labourer on the railroad. They had six children. Jesse died on 14 August 1952 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. Russletta died on 10 May 1970 at Unitah, Weber, Utah.
  • Minnie Heward. Born 1894
  • Henry Vernon Heward. Born 1899

Lehi Heward died on 2 December 1926 at Woodruff, Najavo reservation He was buried two days later at Snowflake Cemetery. Susannnah Heward died on 30 April 1929 at Woodruff and was buried on 2 May 1929 at Snowflake Cemetary.

Gobo Fango Talbot had been born in 1855. Gobo was adopted by Henry and Ruth when he was three years old. He was of African descent. He was ill and dying when his mother left in a tree at the Talbot's property where Ruth found him. The Talbot's were originally going to leave Gobo in South Africa when they emigrated, but it is understood he pleaded to go with them. When in the USA Gobo was expected to work as a labourer and shepherd for the Talbots. Eventually he was given/sold to the Lewis Whitesides family in Kaysville. Ruth Whitesides Hunter husband acquired him for her and they took him to Grantsville where he herded sheep and helped Ruth establish a flock. Gobo went on to lease his own land in Goose Creek, but was accused of being too close to land claimed by Frank Bedke. A fight ensued and Gobo Fango was shot. He survived four to five days and died on 10 February 1886 aged 30 years old In a hastly written will after some specific bequests to friends he left the remainder of his estate to the Church of Latter Day Saints to build a temple. To read  more of Gobo's story click here

Henry and Ruth's son Stephen Barton Talbot was five years old when he came to the USA with his parents (see above). Stephen married Russelletta Gardenia Brownell on 15 November 1878 at Oak City, Millard, Utah. In 1880 the family were living at Leamington, Millard, Utah where Stephen was farming. They had five children:

  • Walter George Talbot. Born 2 August 1879 in Kaysville, Davis. He died on 2 June 1888 aged 9 years old. 
  • Matilda Jane Talbot. Born 24 February 1881 in Leamington, Millard. Matilda married Hyrum P Sorensen. They had ten children. In 1920 they were living in Leamington, Millard where Hyrum was farming. Matilda J Sorenson died on 4 January 1945 and was buried in Leamington. Hyrum died on 26 September 1946 in Salt Lake City.
  • Henry Russell Talbot. Born 18 May 1883 in Kaysville, Davis. Henry died on 17 October 1897 and was buried at Oak City, Millard County. 
  • Josephine Ruth Talbot. Born 19 November 1885 in Rockland, Power, Idaho. Josephine married Leff Larson in 1905. They had two children. In 1920 they were living in St John, Oneida where Leff was farming. Josephine died on 30 July 1954 in Malad City, Oneida County.
  • Stephen Barton Talbot. Born 12 September 1887. Stephen died on 7 October 1888 and was buried in Oak City, Millard County.

Russelletta died on 20 October 1887 in Oak City, Utah. Stephen remarried on 6 February 1889 at Manti Temple. His second wife was Katie Mary Olsen. In 1900 the family were living at Gunnison, Sanpete, Utah. In 1910 they were at Moreland, Bingham, Idaho and in 1920 they were at Groveland, Bingham, Idaho. Stephen died on 12 November 1926 at Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho. Katie died on 30 September 1955 at Blackfoot, Bingham.

Henry and Ruth's son Hyram Purcell Talbot was just one year old when he arrived in the USA with his parents in 1861 (see above). He married Ellen Maria Bennett on 16 May 1889 in Davis County, Utah. In 1900 and 1910 the family were farming in Layton Davis. In 1920 they were farming in Winder, Franklin, Idaho. They had seven children.

  • Edward Percel Talbot. Born 4 April 1889 in Kaysville, Davis. Edward married Alice Taylor on 10 June 1914 in Logan, Cache, Utah. In 1920 through to 1940 they were living in Winder, Franklin where Edward was a farmer. They had six children. Alice died on 1 December 1982 in Preston, Franklin. Edward Percel Talbot died on 4 May 1983 at Preston, Franklin.
  • Hyrum Gilbert Talbot. Born 27 December 1890 in Kaysville, Davis. He married Telitha Jane Simmons on 9 December 1914 in Salt Lake City. They had four children. Hyrum died on 30 April 1960 in Ogden, Weber County. His wife Telitha died on 3 January 1978.
  • Clarence Earl Talbot. Born 9 February 1894 in Kaysville, Davis. He married Mary Elizabeth Taylor on 4 December 1917 in Franklin, Idaho . In 1920, 1930 and 1940 they were living in Winder, Franklin, Idaho where Clarence was farming. They had six children. Clarence Earl Talbot died on 12 February 1974 in Preston, Franklin County. Mary Elizabeth Talbot died on 22 October 1997 in Preston, Franklin
  • Henry Leon Talbot. Born 14 September 1895 in Kaysville, Davis County, Utah. Henry married Alice Noami Seamans on 16 August 1917 at Salt Lake City. In 1920 through to 1940 they were living in Winder, Franklin, Idaho where Henry was farming. They had five children. Alice Naomi Talbot died on 10 March 1966 at Winder, Franklin County. Henry Leon Talbot died on 25 June 1982 in Salt Lake City. He was buried in Preston, Franklin County.
  • David A Talbot. Born April 1898 in Davis, Utah.
  • Thomas LaVan Talbot. Born 22 December 1902 in Layton, Davis, Utah. Thomas married Nellie Rallison on 25 April 1928 in Logan, Cache, Utah. In 1930 they were living in Winder, Franklin where Thomas was a farmer. Nellie Talbot died on 3 August 1990 in Idaho. Thomas LaVan Talbot died on 5 April 1991 in Logan, Cache and was buried in Preston, Cemetary.
  • Ila May Talbot. Born 7 February 1908 in Layton, Davis. She married Carl Lurlene Bennett on 16 December 1931 in Logan, Cache. They had three children. In 1940 they were living in Winder, Franklin where Carl was farming. Carl Lurlene Bennett died on 30 August 1976 in Preston, Franklin. Ila May Bennett died on 13 September 1995 in Logan, Cache, Utah aged 87 years old.

Hyrum Purcell Talbot died on 10 May 1942 in Winder, Franklin County. Ellen Maria Talbot died on 9 September 1950 at Winder, Franklin County.

Henry and Ruth's daughter, Ruth Sweetnam Talbot, the only child born in the USA married Teancum William Heward in 1878 in Salt Lake City. In 1880 they were living in Kaysville, Davis and Teancum gives his occupation as "missionary". They had seven children.

  • Eliza Elizabeth Heward. Born 27 July 1879 in Kaysville, Davis. She married Enoch Martines Madsen on 3 April 1902 at Salt Lake City. In 1910 they were living in Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho. In 1920 through to 1940 they were living in Goshen, Bingham, Idaho where Enoch was farming. Enoch and Eliza had ten children. Enoch Martinues Madsen died on 7 January 1941 in Goshen, Bingham. Eliza Elizabeth Madsen died on 26 September 1965 in Roy, Weber.
  • Ruth Clarissa Heward. Born 22 December 1888 in Rockland, Idaho. Ruth married Albert E Blair on 11 January 1910 in Dilllon, Beaverhead, Montana. Albert was twenty years Ruth's senior,  had been married before and had a first family. Albert and Ruth had eight children together. In 1920 the family were living at Heyburn, Minidoka, Idaho where Albert was a carpenter. In 1930 they were living in Salt Lake City. Albert died on 12 October 1937 at Salt Lake City, Utah. Ruth C Blair died on 13 February 1985 in West City Valley, Utah.
  • Rachel Heward. Born 4 July 1890 in Rockland, Bingham Rachel married Joseph Rudolph Balmforth on 2 February 1911 in Salt Lake City. Joseph was sixteen years her senior and had been married previously. In 1930 they were living in Riverdale, Bonneville, Idaho where Joseph was farming. Joseph and Rachel had ten children. Joseph died on 30 June 1942 and was buried at Taylor, Bonneville, Idaho. Rachel Balmforth died on 26 January 1963 in Colorado City, Mohave County, Arizona.
  • Asneath Emmeline Heward. Born 1 March 1892 in Oneida County, Idaho. Asneath married Alma Burke on 10 March 1909 in Logan, Cache. They had four children. In 1920 through to 1940 they were living in Woodville, Bingham, Utah where Alma was farming. Alma died on 22 April 1955 at Idaho Falls, Bonneville County, Idaho. Asneath died on 12 February 1981 at Idaho Falls, Bonneville County, Idaho.
  • Teancum William Heward. Born 14 August 1894 in Idaho. Teancum married Verna Archibald on 27 March 1920 at Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho. In 1930 they were living in Victor, Tetan, where Teancum was a manager in a grain contractor. They had four children. Teancum died on 21 March 1958 in Driggs, Teton, Idaho. Verna died on 15 August 1992 in Victor, Teton, Idaho.
  • Hyrum Basil Heward. Born 28 October 1897 in Malad, Oneida, Idaho. Hyrum married Nettie Alphreda Norris on 19 December 1923 in Cache. In 1920 and 1930 they were living at Newdale, Fremont, Idaho and Hyrum was a railroad labourer. They had two children. Hyrum Basil Heward died on 17 March 1982 at Idaho Falls. Nettie died on 25 November 1988 in Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho.

In 1900 Teancum and Ruth were living in Malad, Oneida and Teancum was a salesman. Teancum died on 18 August 1915 at Blackfoot, Bingham. In 1920 Ruth was living at Newdale, Fremont, Idaho. In 1930 she was living with her son Hyrum at Newdale, Fremont, Idaho. Ruth Sweetnam Heward died on 11 June 1953 in Shelley, Bingham, Idaho. She was buried in Blackfoot, Bingham County.

  • Richard Weymouth Sweetnam.

Thomas and Jenny's son Richard Weyman Sweetnam was understood to have been born in 1820 on the trip to South Africa. He is understood to have died on 9 September 1896 when he would have been around 76 years old, but nothing further is known about him.

  • Thomas Sweetnam.

Thomas and Jenny's son Thomas Sweetnam was born in 1822 in South Africa and is believed to have died in 1901 but nothing further is known about him.

  • Benjamin Sweetnam.

Thomas and Jenny's son Benjamin Sweetnam was born in 1826 and I have been told he died on 9 September 1896 at Ladyfrere, South Africa. I am not sure if he died on the same day as his brother. 

  • Mary Sweetnam.

Thomas and Jennys daughter Mary was born in 1827, but nothing more is known about her.

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