Person:Enos Curtis (1)

m. 15 Dec 1805
m. 20 Oct 1850
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Name Enos Curtis
Gender Male
Birth[2] 9 Aug 1783 Kinderhook, Columbia, New York, United States
Marriage 15 Dec 1805 New York City, New York, United Statesto Ruth Franklin
Baptism? 1831
Marriage 20 Oct 1850 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United Statesto Tamma Durfee
Death[1] 1 Jun 1856 Springville, Utah, Utah, United States
Burial[2] 6 Jun 1856 Springville, Utah, Utah, United States

Enos Curtis was a carpenter and a farmer by trade. When Enos was 65 years old, he traveled in the Brigham Young Company of the Mormon Pioneers from Illinois to Salt Lake City, Utah. Enos' first wife, Ruth, died on the plains on the way ot the Salt Lake Valley. Enos married widow Tamma Durfee Miner, and lived with her and her children in Millard, Utah. See Talk page for work in progress.

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  1. Tamma Durfee Autobiography, in Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Church Historian's Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States., 8.

    The following Spring Enos began complaining of not being very well but kept on working until he just had to give up. After a while he began to take something and thought he was better. But he was soon worse again and lived until the first day of June 1856 when he passed away just like going to sleep without a struggle or a groan. His children were all with him but two, one of his boys was on a Mission to England. The four boys and three girls and I were left to keep house. We still lived in Springville, farmed and raised our wheat and stock and paid our tithing. I raised the little girls except Adelia (one of the twins) who died before her father.

  2. 2.0 2.1 Enos Curtis, in Find A Grave.