Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Margaret Ann Noah 1794 - 1851





  • Margaret Ann Noah was born in Kennet, Chester Heights, Delaware County, Pennsylvania on April 19, 1794.  She was christened December 21, 1795 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

    During the years 1804 and 1805, their family moved to Nelson, Portage County, Ohio where her father bought land and followed in his work as an agriculturist. 

    Margaret Ann Noah met and married Charles Hulet, a widower and farmer, (the brother of Sally Hulet, who married Elisha Whiting, Jr.) on October 10, 1816 at Ravenna, Portage County, Ohio. Charles was born in Lee, Berkshire County, Massachusetts on March 3, 1790.

    One year after the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was organized, in 1831, missionaries visited in nearby Nelson, Ohio, where their family was taught and baptized by Parley P. Pratt in February of that year. 

    Soon after their baptism, they felt the vicious persecutions against the Church and felt the need to move from Ohio to Missouri, then on to Illinois.  After the saints were driven from Nauvoo, they crossed through Iowa and stayed in Council Bluffs until 1850. 

    Charles and Margaret Ann Hulet, with some of their children, crossed the plains with the Aaron Johnson Wagon Company and arrived in Salt Lake Valley on September 12, 1850. 

    They were sent to Springville, Utah Territory, where they were one of the original thirteen families to start a settlement there. 

    Margaret Ann was the mother of ten children and raised them to be righteous and true to the faith. She, with her “sister wife”, Mary Kirkman Lawson, were known as angels of mercy.

    Margaret Ann was a very good practical nurse.  She did so much for so many, caring for the sick.  She was known as Nurse Hulet.  An epidemic of diphtheria struck the town and while she was caring for a family of children next door, she contracted the dreaded disease and died on April or May 15, 1857.  Her husband Charles Hulet died May 9, 1863 at Springville.

    Her parents were John (Johan) Mathias Noah, born October 20, 1760, at Dresden, Saxony, Germany who died at Garretsville, Portage, Ohio April 1, 1849; and Elizabeth Schmidt, born on Christmas day, December 25, 1768, at Chester Heights, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. 

    Charles and Margaret Ann Noah Hulet’s children were:
    Anna Maria Hulet, born 11 December 1817, at Nelson, Portage, Ohio. 
    Melvina Hulet, twin, who lived 28 years, born 12 March 1820, at Nelson, Portage, Ohio.
    Catherine Hulet, twin, born 12 March 1820, at Nelson, Portage, Ohio. 
    Electa Fidelia Hulet, born 1 May 1823, at Nelson, Portage, Ohio. 
    Sylvanus Cyrus Hulet, born 14 March 1826, at Nelson, Portage, Ohio. 
    Elizabeth Hulet, born 21 July 1832, at Law, Jackson County, Missouri. 
    Sarah Ann Hulet, who died at age 12, born 12 Apr 1835, at Clay County, Missouri. 
    Jane Hulet, born 22 Aug 1838, at Far West, Caldwell County, Missouri. 
    Dorcus Tabitha Hulet, a foster child, born 23 Jul 1839, at Caldwell County, Missouri.
    Warren Hulet, born about 1841, at Caldwell County, Missouri.

    Source: “Pioneer Women of Faith and Fortitude”, published by Daughters of Utah Pioneers, 1998; Family Group Sheets of Naoma Perry Jolley, Mary H. Coburn and Eldred A. Johnson.





  • From Find A Grave website:

    Birth: Apr. 19, 1794
    Delaware, USA
    Death: Apr. 15, 1851
    Utah, USA [Edit Dates]

    She is supposed to be the first person buried in Springville ever.
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    Parents:
    John Matthew Noah (1761 - 1849)
    Elizabeth Schmidt Noah (1768 - 1849)

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    Springville Cemetery
    Springville
    Utah County
    Utah, USA [Add Plot]


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  • Birth 19 Apr 1794 Kennett Square, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    Gender Female
    Endowed (LDS) 18 Dec 1845 NAUVO Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died 15 May 1851 Springville, Utah, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    Baptized (LDS) 8 Mar 1978 SLAKE Find all individuals with events at this location [5]
    Person ID I7229 Early Latter-day Saints
    Last Modified 07 Feb 2007
    Father John Mathias Noah
    Mother Elizabeth Schmitt
    Sealed P (LDS) 19 Jan 1882 SGEOR Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID F5704 Group Sheet
    Family Charles Hulett, b. 3 Mar 1790, Lee, Berkshire, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location, d. 9 May 1863, Springville, Utah, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    Married 10 Oct 1816 Ravenna, Portage, Ohio, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    Sealed S (LDS) 24 Jan 1987 LANGE Find all individuals with events at this location [5]
    Children
    1. Anna Marie Hulett, b. 11 Dec 1817, Nelson, Portage, Ohio, USA Find all individuals with events at this location, d. 27 Jul 1884, Springville, Utah, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    2. Katherine Hulett, b. 12 Mar 1820, Nelson, Portage, Ohio, USA Find all individuals with events at this location, d. 1918
    3. Electa Fidelia Hulett, b. 1 May 1823, d. 15 Sep 1849, , Pottawattamie, Iowa, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    4. Sylvanus Cyrus Hulett, b. 14 Mar 1826, Nelson, Portage, Ohio, USA Find all individuals with events at this location, d. 22 Oct 1901, Summit, Iron, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID F5703 Group Sheet
  • Notes
    • NAUVOO RECORDS:
      Nauvoo Temple Endowment Register, p 26
      Members, LDS, 1830-1848, by Susan Easton Black, Vol 32, pp 734-736 and Vol 24, p 479 (Hulet)

      HISTORY/HISTORIES
      Pioneer Women of Faith and Fortitude, Vol 3, p 1443
  • Sources
    1. [S6] LDS - Membership of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints:1830-1848, 50 vols., Black, Susan Easton, Compiler, (LDS Church, Salt Lake City, 1990), 1830-1848, by Susan Easton Black, Vol 32, pp 734-736 and Vol 24, p 479 (H.
    2. [S7] LDS - Nauvoo Temple Endowment Register, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (1845-1846), , p 26.
    3. [S9] Book - Pioneer Women of Faith and Fortitude, 4 vols, International Society of Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, (Salt Lake City, Utah, 1998), , Vol 3, p 1443.
    4. [S7365]
    5. [S2] Internet Link - International Genealogical Index, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.