A Resident of old Fort Harmony
MARY ADELINE LEE
Mary Adeline Lee was born August 24, 1842, at Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois, daughter of John Doyle Lee and Aggatha Ann Woolsey. She married Don Carlos Shurtz, January 1, 1857 at Parowan, Iron, Utah. He was born July 29, 1836 at Kirtland, Geauga, Ohio, son of Don Carlos Shurtz and Margaret Cameron. He died June 18, 1922 at Escalante, Garfield, Utah. She married Marcus Henry Darrow, December 24, 1859, at Fort Harmony, Washington, Utah.
Don Carlos Shurtz and Mary Adeline Lee had one child, Don Carlos Shurtz, born June 5, 1858, possibly at Ft. Harmony. He died December 19, 1916.
Marcus Henry Darrow and Mary Adeline Lee had twelve children, five of them born in the time period of the Ft. Harmony/Harmony Valley biographical study. They were Agatha Ann Darrow; Mary Ellen Darrow; Nancy Elizabeth Darrow; Sarah Evaline Darrow; and Helen Dellethine Darrow. The other children were Hannah Ann Dora Darrow, born June 15, 1871; Margaret Eliza Darrow, born March 29, 1873; Marcus Ezra Darrow, born March 7, 1875; Edith Estella Darrow, born August 24, 1877, and two others found on page 105 of the reference below, but unavailable at this time.
Mary Adeline Lee died December 26, 1925 at Moab, Grand, Utah, and was buried December 28, 1925, at Moab.
She married William Prince, January 23, 1868 in New Harmony, Washington, Utah. They had thirteen children, William Oliver Prince, born April 23, 1869 (died in infancy); George Doyle Prince, born June 12, 1871 (died in infancy); John Samuel Prince, born May 16, 1872; Joseph Oscar Prince, born April 23, 1874; Sarah Evaline Prince, born August 8, 1876; James Ezra Prince, born October 29, 1878; Francis Howard Prince, born September 20, 1880; Henry Garfield Prince, born Dec 29, 1882; Agatha Manetta Prince, born December 29, 1884; Hilda Vilate Prince, born December 11, 1886; Gertrude Prince, born Sept 20, 1888; Anna Caroline Prince, born Nov 18, 1890; Ludie Myrtle Ellison Prince, born February 20, 1903. Louisa died on September 4, 1932 at Panguitch, Garfield, Utah.