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Mount, Sarah Lawrence


13 May 1826–28 Nov. 1872. Seamstress. Born in Pickering, York Co. (later in Ontario), Upper Canada. Daughter of Edward Lawrence and Margaret. Moved with family to Lima, Adams Co., Illinois, 1838. Father died, between 5 Nov. and 23 Dec. 1839. Resided in Quincy, Adams Co., 1840. JS became legal guardian, 4 Jan. 1841. Began living with JS’s family, ca. 1843. Identified in some sources as a plural wife of JS, sealed ca. May 1843. Married second Heber C. Kimball as a plural wife, 12 Oct. 1844. Moved to Winter Quarters, unorganized U.S. territory (later in Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska), by 7 Nov. 1846. Migrated to Salt Lake Valley with Edward Hunter pioneer company, 29 June 1850–13 Oct. 1850. Divorced husband, 18 June 1851. Married third Joseph Mount, 26 July 1853, in Salt Lake City. Moved to Napa, Napa Co., California, spring 1854. Likely moved to San Francisco, between 1860 and 1864. Died in San Francisco.


Alternate Names

Lawrence, Sarah

Kimball, Sarah Lawrence