- Birth Date
- About 1808
- Death Date
Mary was from England. There is contradiction amongst various sources as to which 1856 company Mary traveled with. The Journal History, 15 December 1856, p. 4 places Mary on the William B. Hodgetts Company. It is a later source, compiled by Josiah Rogerson and printed in the 4 January 1914 issue of the Salt Lake Tribune (and transcribed into the Journal History) that places her in the Martin company. However, in a 9 October 1856 letter to Brigham Young, Jesse Haven writes "I immediately got Sister Hill from the Hand cart Company" to tend to Thomas Tennant who died near Scotts Bluffs. The Hodgetts company was not a handcart company. It was a company of wagons. It is for this reason she is placed in the Martin company on this database.
- Age at Departure: 48
- Haven, Jesse, to Brigham Young, October 9, 1856, Fort Laramie, in Brigham Young, Office Files 1832-1878, box 24, fd. 21.
- "Immigration to Utah," Deseret News, 15 October 1856, 254.
- Josiah Rogerson, "Strong Men, Brave Women and Sturdy Children Crossed the Wilderness Afoot," Salt Lake Tribune, 4 January 1914.
- Journal History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 15 December 1856, 4.
- Journal History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 30 November 1856, 74.
- Perpetual Emigrating Fund, Financial Accounts 1849-1886, Ledger B, p. 262.