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Life of William Nuttall and Mary Langhorn. This couple and three of their children immigrated to Utah, USA in the 1850's. They transported sugar beet machinery to introduce some of the first industrialization in Utah.
Ancestry of William Nuttall and Mary Langhorn. A summary of the ancestry of the Nuttall and Langhorn lines.
Family of Elizabeth Nuttall and James Pye. Elizabeth was a sister of William Nuttall. Her posterity remains in England.
Family of Margaret Nuttall and Thomas Kew. Margaret was also a sister of William Nuttall. Margaret and her children remained in England. Some of this posterity can now be found in Australia and New Zealand.
Descendants of Agnes Langhorn and James Standen. Agnes Langhorn was the sister of Mary Langhorn. This family remained in England.
Descendants of Jane Miller & Henry Mollenhauer, Eleanor Miller & James Williamson (manufacturer of inexpensive linoleum) and John Miller & Agnes Ingleby. Mary Langhorn's mother, Eleanor, married Leonard Miller after her first husband died. These records are of Mary's siblings from this marriage. These families remained in England, except for a son of Jane and Henry Mollenhauer. As a sailor this son immigrated to America.
Life and History of Leonard John Nuttall, b. 1834, at Liverpool, England. Leonard John was one of three sons of William and Mary that immigrated to Utah. During his life he was active in civic and church work. He served as private secretary to Presidents John Taylor (his cousin) and Wilford Woodruff. He assisted in many legal matters for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
GEDCOM of William Nuttall & Mary Langhorn ancestors and descendants. All the research included on this web site is part of this GEDCOM file. This GEDCOM is also available at http://www.familysearch.org, PRF #1419582-1121101093822.