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The following is noted in correspondence written to Jay Strong from John Marsden in England on 17 August 1997:

"The Lower Chapel register shows the birth of their (Michael and Hannah's) first child, William, later that year (they were married on 15 Feb 1836). 'William Fish born to Michael and Hannah (nee Shorrock). June 22nd, 1836.' These two pieces of evidence: that he was very young when he married and that he was described as a bachelor in the marriage register, are sufficient to convince me that there was no earlier wife name Emily. You know the rest of Michael's story from my first letter. There is an English saying, 'Marry in haste, repent at leisure,' and that seems to sum it up as far as Michael was concerned. It would raise eyebrows even today, an eighteen year old youth getting a woman of almost thirty pregnant. There was no such thing as divorce in those days, so once you married, you remained married. Yes, he did eventually leave his wife (in May 1862 according to John Marsden in correspondence with Jay Strong on 3 December 1997) but he was not free to marry again until she had died. He was about 59 years old when Hannah passed on and he outlived her by a further nine years--but they are buried together in the same grave." 
Family: F293
 
2 CHILDREN: The 1910 U.S. Census notes that this couple had 16 children, of whom 11 were living at the time. We are missing two children. Family: F680
 
3 1910 Census says Albert and Minnie were married 20 years Family: F957
 
4 A. Boyd Nielsen, professional researcher, has been able to locate only two little children born to this couple, the twins who were born and died in 1716. Family: F588
 
5 According to Frances Strong Helman, John Laypole left his wife and went to Cable County, West Virginia, with a son. Together John and Mary Strong Laypole had four children. Family: F291
 
6 According to Frances Strong Helman, this family lived very close to the little village of Strongstown. At some point something went wrong between the husband and wife, and Andrew deeded their property to Sarah, with Jacob Strong, his brother-in-law, holding the property in trust. This couple had only one child. Another aunt asserted that the McCagues left with Jacob Strong and later went to Minnesota. Family: F286
 
7 By 1947, Pearl's name was Howerton Family: F1272
 
8 CENSUS: 1880 Census, North Ogden, Weber, Utah, FHL film 1255339, p. 493D shows this family. Living with this couple were two children: Sylva C. Campbell, 18 and Martha A. Campbell, 11.

MARRIAGE: Hariret Louisa Strong, Martha's daughter from William Strong was married to the brother of Augustus Short. His name was Oscar Fritzallen Short. 
Family: F57
 
9 CHAN14 Aug 1904 Family: F510
 
10 CHAN14 Aug 1904 Family: F512
 
11 CHAN15 Aug 1904 Family: F502
 
12 CHAN15 Aug 1904 Family: F503
 
13 CHAN2 Jul 1903 Family: F499
 
14 CHAN25 Mar 1904 Family: F493
 
15 CHAN27 May 1902 Family: F523
 
16 CHAN30 May 1903 Family: F492
 
17 CHAN4 Jul 1903 Family: F500
 
18 CHILDREN: 6 children were born to this union. Two of the children were born prior to the 1880 Census: Clarence, age 2, and Adella, age 8 months. The 1880 Census also showed that two of Harriet's children from her previous marriage were living with this family: William Poll, age 8 and Lizzie Poll, age 6. Family: F61
 
19 CHILDREN: Anna Maria Haisch and Anthoni Müller had just one child, Johan Georg Müller. Family: F467
 
20 CHILDREN: No children have been found born to this couple. Family: F484
 
21 CHILDREN: No children of this couple were found in Blankenloch. It is possible that they resided in Linkenheim after their marriage. A search should be made in those records for any possible children. Family: F921
 
22 CHILDREN: No children were born to this marriage. Family: F284
 
23 CHILDREN: Since Anna Barbara died 5 months after her marriage, no children were born to this couple. Family: F943
 
24 CHILDREN: The 1910 Census notes that up to this time this couple had borne three children, all of whom were living. Family: F1282
 
25 CHILDREN: The parish records of Blankenloch have been searched for mention of marriages of additional children of this couple from 1672 to 1692 without finding any references to additional children of Georg Müller and his wife. Family: F483
 
26 CHILDREN: This couple had six children together. Family: F66
 
27 DATE: The LDS ordinance index lists a marriae date of 11 Oct 1853 in ",York,Pennsylvania." Family: F556
 
28 DIVORCE: 1855, as noted on p. 92 of the book, THE DESCENDANTS OF JACOB STRONG, as cited in the sources. This date is noted in the Family Bible of William Strong. It may not be correct, however, as William was married to Harriet Neeley on the 17th of April 1856, and Martha picked her for his 2nd wife. We have no accurate date for the divorce.

MARRIAGE: William and Martha met in 1849 on the journey West. Martha was 16. They lived in the Old Fort in Salt Lake Valley and then moved to Farrs Fort, near Ogden and from there to Springville. They were wed by Bishop David Pettegrew of the Tenth Ward.

SEALING TO SPOUSE: Endowment House Records in Special Collections at the Family History Library, FHL film 183374, notes that Martha was sealed to William Strong on 18 April 1856. The Sealing was performed by Brigham Young in the President's Office. 
Family: F53
 
29 Divorced 1919 in Clackamas County, Oregon Family: F1266
 
30 Divorced 1980/81 Family: F1107
 
31 Divorced in 1939 Family: F1004
 
32 Evelyn was named Mrs. Evelyn Bishop and she lived in Santa Maria in 1973 when her brother, Clarence, died. Family: F1274
 
33 Frank was divorced from Dortha on Mar 19, 1960 Family: F1095
 
34 John and Jane Wilkinson Fish may well have had more than one child. This needs to be researched. Family: F1352
 
35 June Mackey says Sarah and Josiah Franklin married 9 Jan 1887 Family: F35
 
36 Kelso? Family: F1244
 
37 MARRIAGE AND SEALING: See notes for Alice. Family: F30
 
38 Marriage date estimated from the date of birth of their first child. Family: F1359
 
39 MARRIAGE DATE: Family Group Sheet prepared by Harriet Strong Speirs gives marriage date as "18 December 1845." Family: F36
 
40 MARRIAGE DATE: One source gives a marriage date of "30 Dec 1834." Family: F672
 
41 MARRIAGE DATE: Some records note a marriage date of 1776. Family: F23
 
42 MARRIAGE DATE: Some records state that Adam and Anna Margaretha were wed in 1753 at Windsor, York, Pennsylvania, USA which, if true, would seem to indicate that she was, indeed, his second wife (see notes for husband, Adam), and the first five children, belong to another as yet unidentified wife. Family: F328
 
43 MARRIAGE DATE: Some sources note the marriage date as being 6 Feb. 1932. Family: F133
 
44 MARRIAGE PLACE: LDS Ordinance index indicates a marriage place of "Buffington Township, Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA." Family: F722
 
45 MARRIAGE PLACE: One IGI source notes a marriage place of "Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska." Family: F751
 
46 MARRIAGE PLACE: Records indicate the marriage took place in either Decatur Township, Mifflin, Pennsylvania, United States or in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, United States. Family: F666
 
47 MARRIAGE PLACE: Some records note a marriage place of "Brushvalley, Indiana, Pennsylvania." Others list "St John's Church in Stumpstown (now Fredericksburg), Lancaster (now Lebanon), Pennsylvania USA." Family: F3
 
48 MARRIAGE PLACE: The book, THE DESCENDANTS OF JACOB STRONG noted in the sources states Arthur was married in the Logan Temple, but this is in question as the marriage license was obtained in Salt Lake City, and he was endowed in the Salt Lake Temple on the same date as his marriage (see sources for endowment). Family: F105
 
49 MARRIAGE PLACE: This marriage place is not recognized by Family Search, but it is the place given by this couple when they were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple just a few days later. Family: F397
 
50 MARRIAGE PLACE: This place is not recognized by New Family Search as valid, but it is the place that was given by this couple when they were sealed a few days later in the Salt Lake Temple. Family: F387
 

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