Jane Adeline Bicknell Young Photograph by C. R. Savage (Church History Library, Salt Lake City).
Young, Jane Adeline Bicknell
14 Aug. 1814–15 Jan. 1913. Born in Utica, Oneida Co., New York. Daughter of Calvin Field Bicknell and Chloe Seymour. Moved to Geneseo, Livingston Co., New York, 1817; to Livonia, Livingston Co., by 1830; and back to Geneseo, by 1834. Baptized into Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, by 1834. Married Joseph Young, 18 Feb. 1834, in Geneseo. Moved to Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio, Sept. 1834. Moved to Hawn’s Mill settlement on Shoal Creek, Caldwell Co., Missouri, arriving 28 Oct. 1838; witnessed attack at Hawn’s Mill. Moved to Far West, Caldwell Co., Nov. 1838; to Quincy, Adams Co., Illinois, Mar. 1839; to Commerce (later Nauvoo), Hancock Co., Illinois, Mar. 1840; to Winter Quarters, unorganized U.S. territory (later in Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska), 1846; and to Carterville (near present-day Council Bluffs), Pottawattamie Co., Iowa Territory, 1847. Migrated to Salt Lake City, summer 1850. In 1890s, joined Christian Science church in Salt Lake City. Moved to Tacoma, Pierce Co., Washington, by Apr. 1910. Died at Tacoma.
History, 1838–1856, volume B-1
[1 September 1834–2 November 1838]
Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 3, 15 July
1843–29 February 1844
Memorial to the United States Senate and House of
Representatives, 28 November 1843
Nauvoo Relief Society Minute Book
the American People,
Appeal to the American People,
Sidney Rigdon, JS, et al., Petition Draft (“To the Publick”), circa 1838–1839
“A History, of the Persecution, of the
Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints in Missouri,” December