Charlotte Budd

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Personal and Family Information

Charlotte was born on 16 JUL 1811, the daughter of George Budd and Rebecca. The place is not known.

She died on 18 APR 1871 in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A..

Her husband was Benjamin Johnson, whom she married on 1 APR 1836 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire. Their nine known children were Sarah Fountain (1836-?), William (1837-1867), Frances (1839-1911), Rebecca (1841-1913), Benjamin (1843-1930), Charlotte (1845-1932), Joseph Thomas (1846-1934), Susannah (1848-1913) and Mary Ann (c1851-1919).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Charlotte Budd
(1811-1871)

 

George Budd
(<1791->1837)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Rebecca
(<1791->1837)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
Birth16 JUL 1811
Death18 APR 1871
Place: Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A.
Mormon literature: "William, Benjamin & Joseph Thomas Johnson, 3 June 1774 - 9 Oct 1934"
Source: Mormon literature: "William, Benjamin & Joseph Thomas Johnson, 3 June 1774 - 9 Oct 1934"
Authors: Hansen, Wayne Rollins
Publisher: https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE80023
Page: page 42/3

Baptism27 APR 1846
Place: Whipsnade, Bedfordshire
Type: mormon church
Mormon literature: "The Patterns of Missionary Work and Emigration in Nineteenth Century Buckinghamshire, England"
Source: Mormon literature: "The Patterns of Missionary Work and Emigration in Nineteenth Century Buckinghamshire, England"
Authors: Ronald E. Bartholomew
Publisher: International Journal of Mormon Studies (Print) ISSN 1757–5532 International Journal of Mormon Studies (Online) ISSN 1757

Christening26 FEB 1837
Place: Tingewick, Buckinghamshire
Type: Christening
Tingewick baptisms 1813-1841 (24.1 & 24.2)
Source: Tingewick baptisms 1813-1841 (24.1 & 24.2)
Authors: tr. SKF

See Note 2

Notes

Note 1

The Johnsons were somewhat atypical converts, with an unusu- ally high social status. It appears they were both educated and refined. Benjamin purportedly graduated from Oxford and Charlotte from a girls’ finishing school. Benjamin loved music and often earned money playing the bass violin. He also played other stringed instruments, the flute and the clarinet.53 Charlotte was known for her passion for read- ing the classics and memorizing and reciting poetry.54 Benjamin and Charlotte became the founding members of the Eaton Bray Branch,55

and, with the exception of the traveling Elders, they remained the only members of the Church in the area for over five months. 56 On Decem- ber 1, 1846, Elder Squires ordained Benjamin an Elder, and Benjamin later served as the president of that branch.57 As the Church began to grow in the area, the branch was divided and the Johnsons became the founding members of the Whipsnade Branch, and Benjamin again served as president.58 It is interesting to note that the subsequent change in the Whipsnade Branch’s name and its relocation to Edlesborough occurred at about the same time the Johnsons moved back to Northall, a hamlet of Edlesborough.59

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Note 2

669 Feb 26 1837 Feb 17 Elizabeth @ D James & Sarah Butcher Tingewick Labourer [19c]

[63]

[note 63 above: 670,671,672. margin note over 3 entries: 'parents and child baptized at same time']

670 Feb 26 1837 Sep 30 1813 Benjamin S of William & Fanny Johnson Northall 64 Farmer [19c]

[note 64 above: hamlett of Edlesborough]

671 Feb 26 1837 Jul 16 1811 Charlotte D of George & Rebecca Budd Tring Labourer [19c]

672 Feb 26 1837 Dec 19 1836 Sarah Fountain D of Benjamin & Charlotte Johnson Northall Farmer [19c]

Sources

  1. Mormon literature: "William, Benjamin & Joseph Thomas Johnson, 3 June 1774 - 9 Oct 1934"
    Source: Mormon literature: "William, Benjamin & Joseph Thomas Johnson, 3 June 1774 - 9 Oct 1934"
    Authors: Hansen, Wayne Rollins
    Publisher: https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE80023
    Page: page 42/3
  2. Mormon literature: "The Patterns of Missionary Work and Emigration in Nineteenth Century Buckinghamshire, England"
    Source: Mormon literature: "The Patterns of Missionary Work and Emigration in Nineteenth Century Buckinghamshire, England"
    Authors: Ronald E. Bartholomew
    Publisher: International Journal of Mormon Studies (Print) ISSN 1757–5532 International Journal of Mormon Studies (Online) ISSN 1757
  3. Mormon literature: "The Patterns of Missionary Work and Emigration in Nineteenth Century Buckinghamshire, England"
    Source: Mormon literature: "The Patterns of Missionary Work and Emigration in Nineteenth Century Buckinghamshire, England"
    Authors: Ronald E. Bartholomew
    Publisher: International Journal of Mormon Studies (Print) ISSN 1757–5532 International Journal of Mormon Studies (Online) ISSN 1757
  4. Tingewick baptisms 1813-1841 (24.1 & 24.2)
    Source: Tingewick baptisms 1813-1841 (24.1 & 24.2)
    Authors: tr. SKF