Phebe Marie Curtis
Married: 1868


Harriet Armitage
B:1830, D:abt1865
Married: 25-Dec-1848



The following information regarding Henry found was found on RootsWeb ....

Submitted by  Lorna Johnson on 22 Sep 2001
Comments:  I am great granddaughter of Henry N. Larter and Phebe M. Curtis. Henry N. Larter born Norfolk, England Jan. l, 1832 to Henry Larter and Sarah Neech Larter.
Submitted by  Lorna Johnson on 10 Dec 2000
Re : My earliest ancestor  Henry Larter  
Comments:  Henry Larter and Sarah A. Neach were the parents of Henry Neach Larter. He was born in Norwich, England on Jan. 1, 1832. He married Harriet Armitage on 12-25-1848 in England. He was my great-grandfather by his second wife Phebe Curtis.

Submitted by Lesley Tate on 6 Oct 2004
Harriet and Henry had 4 children.
Marintha A Larter born 1851
Harriet Deseret Larter 20/2/1855 Spanish Fork Utah
Henry Thomas Larter 14/9/1862    "   "      "       "
Sarah Elizabeth Larter 14/9/1865          "   "      "       "
This is the part I don't understand she married a man called Archibald Gardner apparently in June 1857 in Utah. He was a poligamist and had 11 wives. they had two children.
Harriet's parents were William Armitage and Fanny Shaw.
She was born 14/2/1830 in Bradford England.

Submitted by Becky Pope in July 2010
My great- great grandmother, Harriet married Henry in England; 25 Dec 1849, Shipley church, Shipley, Yorkshire, England. They are then found on the Ellen Maria manifesto with their infant daughter Marintha. They landed in New Orleans 5 Apr 1852 when they immigrated to America. (Their daughter passed away shortly after.)

They came to Utah. Henry was a iron miner. They divorced when he went in search of gold and wasn't home a lot.

She then married Archibald Gardner who was a polygamist. They had two children together. Harriet's husband, Henry, (my grandfather) came back, courted her, and she left Archibald, and remarried Henry 2 Dec 1860. She lived only about 5 years after that before she passed away when her youngest daughter ,Sarah Elizabeth, who my line comes through, was not yet a year old. Henry couldn't take care of her, so he arranged for a Mr. John Barton and his family to raise her while he went in search of gold during the Califronia gold rush. Henry came back when it didn't pan out, and he married Phoebe Maria Curtis in 1868.

Source : RootsWeb and emails from Larry Hayes & Bram Taylor

Last Updated : 18-Jul-10