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Re: Looking for Angell
Posted by: Gary Smith (ID *****9582) Date: September 24, 2008 at 16:31:19
In Reply to: Re: Looking for Angell by William Anlage of 1588

Thank you for the inquiry.
My files have the following information for better or for worse:
James Jacob 'Henry' ANGELL I b: 1584
Robert Angell b: 1586
Catherine ANGELL b: 1588
Ellen Angell b: 1589:
Joyce Angell b: 1590
Anne 'Anna' Angell b: 1591
Elizabeth Angell b: 1592
John ANGELL, MP b: 1593
Richard Angell b: 1594
William Angell, Jr. b: c.1596
Bridget Angell b: 1599
Marie 'Mary' ANGELL b: ABT 1602
Eleanora ‘Helen’ Angell b: 1603
Martha Angell b: bef. 24 Jul 1608

All, through Richard, I have as born in Peakirk, Northamptonshire, England; the last four in St Thomas Apostle Parish, London, London, England.
Had they not moved down to London, Mary likely wouldn’t have met John CLAYPOOLE.
Follow Mary's brother James Jacob 'Henry' ANGELL's line through his son, Thomas 'Immigrant' ANGELL to Truman Osborn ANGELL who, as an assistant architect, had overseen production of the opulent carvings in the Kirtland Temple at Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio. For many years he held the position of Church Architect, and, while acting in this capacity, he designed the Salt Lake Temple, the Lion House, the Beehive House, the Fillmore Statehouse, the St. George Temple, and many other important public buildings. His modifications to the Salt Lake Tabernacle are credited with creating the perfect acoustics for which the building is famous. At the time of his death on Oct. 16, 1887, in Salt Lake City, he held the office of a Patriarch. He had three wives and was the father of 20 children. He also was Brigham Young's brother-in-law and one of the original pioneers to enter the Salt Lake Valley on July 24, 1847.



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