Friday, April 22, 2011

Sadie Marries James Fletcher Hepworth 1882


It's now late in the year of 1882.  Sarah Ann is married to A.P. Herman Vogel who works at the Brewery in Salt Lake.  Sarah Ann's son Fred is ten years old soon to turn eleven and is going to Hammond Boarding School.  
 Where has Sadie been in the last few years I don't know? 
 But, the rest of her life begins now with the marriage to James Fletcher Hepworth.  James is the son of Thomas and Mary Fletcher Hepworth who owns and operates one of the butcher’s shops in Salt Lake. 
 He was born on 7 May, 1857 
the fifth child of thirteen.  (Sadie is the fifth child of nine.) 
 James is twenty five years old and Sadie is eighteen when they marry 
on 30 November 1882. 

That on the Thirtieth day of November
In The Year Of Our Lord
One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty-two
At the House of Tho. Hepworth in the City of
Salt Lake in the Diocese of Utah and Idaho
I Joined Together In Holy Matrimony
James Hepworth
And Sarah Ann Kidgell,
According to the Rites of the Protestant Episcopal Church
In the United States of America, and in conformity with the
Laws of the State of the United States  Of America
In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto put my name this 30th
Day of November A D., One Thousand Eight hundred and Eighty two
Witness
J.W. Jenkins
Peter Olsen  
Thomas Hepworth
                  Daniel S. Tuttle   Bishop of Utah
Episcopal Church



2 comments:

Maddison said...

Grandma, so was Daniel S. Tuttle an LDS bishop? Was Sarah Ann a member of the church who married outside or was she never a member?

Renée TOMLINSON PETERSEN said...

Glad you asked that question Maddi. Mr. Tuttle is a Bishop in the Episcopal relgion but, they were NOT married in the Episcopal Church but at the home of the Hepworth's. Sadie (Sarah Ann)is a member of the LDS Church I'm not sure if James is a baptized member. James's parents Thomas and Mary Hepworth joined the Mormon Church in England and were Mormon pioneers who crossed the plains to SLC in 1852 three years before Sadie's family entered the SL valley. James's mother Mary at some point left the church for some reason I don't know. The Episcopal church is similar to the Church of England which is Mary's former religion. I'm thinking to appease Mary,they agreed to be married by the 'E' Bishop. Sadie and James raised their children in the Mormon Church. When I get finished blogging about the Kidgell family next will be the Hepworths.