Lucy Ann Decker

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Relationship: Sister of Harriet Amelia Decker

Lucy Ann Decker - daughter of Isaac Decker & Harriet Page Wheeler



  • Born: (17 May 1822) (Phelps, Ontario, New York, USA)
  • Died: (24 Jan 1890) (Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA)
  • Buried: (Mormon Pioneer Memorial, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA


William Seely m. 1833; d. 20 May 1851, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA


  1. Isaac Joseph Seely (b. 1837; d. 1902)
  2. Harriet Christina Seely (b. 1839)
  3. William Jacob Seely (b. 1841; d. by 1842)


Brigham Young m. (15 Jun 1842) (Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois, USA)


  1. Brigham Heber Young, b. (19 Jun 1845)
  2. Fanny Young, b. (26 Jan 1849)
  3. Ernest Irving Young, b. (30 Apr 1851)
  4. Shamira Young, b. (21 Mar 1853)
  5. Arta de Christa Young, b. (16 Apr 1855)
  6. Feramorz Little Young, b. (16 Sep 1858)
  7. Clarissa Hamilton Young, b. (13 Jul 1860)


Isaac Decker b. (29 Nov 1799) (Taghkanic, Columbia, New York, USA)
Harriet Page Wheeler b. (7 Sep 1803) (Hillsborough, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, USA)


  1. Lucy Ann Decker b.(17 May 1822) (Phelps, Ontario, New York, USA)
  2. Charles Franklin Decker b. (21 Jun 1824) (Phelps, Ontario, New York, USA)
  3. Harriet Amelia Decker b. (13 Mar 1826) (Phelps, Ontario, New York, USA)
  4. Clarissa Clara Decker b. (22 Jul 1828) (Freedom, Cattaraugus, New York, USA)
  5. Fannie Maria Decker b. (24 Apr 1830) (Freedom, Cattaraugus, New York, USA)
  6. Isaac Perry Decker b. (7 Aug 1840) (Winchester, Scott, Illinois, USA)


Lucy D. Young was of fair complexion and of medium height. She was a kind and loving mother, a devoted wife, of a charitable disposition and true in every particular to her religion. She came to Salt Lake City with the rest of her husband's family in 1848 and was always diligent, energetic and attentive to every duty reposed upon her. She was beloved by all who knew her.

Our Pioneer Heritage, Vol. 1, p. 421

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