Bigelow, Mary Gibbs, 1809-1888

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Mary Gibbs Bigelow (1809-1888) was a convert to the LDS Church. She and her husband moved to Nauvoo, Illinois, in 1843 and experienced the troubles created by mobs against those of her faith.

From the guide to the Mary Gibbs Bigelow autobiography, undated, (J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah)

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Bigelow, Nahum
Nauvoo (Ill.)
Nauvoo (Ill.)
Nauvoo (Ill.)
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Birth 1809-06-26

Death 1888-04-19

Female

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