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Mary Ann (Butterworth) Heywood (1825 - 1864)

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Mary Ann (Butterworth) Heywood
1825 - 1864
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1825
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1864
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Mary Ann (Butterworth) Heywood was born in 1825. Her maiden name is Butterworth and she married into the Heywood family. She is the child of Edward Butterworth and Anna Butterworth. According to her family tree, Mary was mother to 2 children. Mary's partner was Samuel Heywood, and they had children Edward Heywood and Annie (Heywood) Jones. She died in 1864 at age 39.
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Mary Ann (Butterworth) Heywood, mother to 2 children, passed away in 1864 at 39 years of age. She was born in 1825. She is the child of Edward Butterworth and Anna Butterworth. According to her family tree, Mary's partner was Samuel Heywood, and they had children Edward Heywood and Annie (Heywood) Jones.
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In 1825, in the year that Mary Ann (Butterworth) Heywood was born, on August 18th, the Panic of 1825 began in London and spread to Europe, Latin America, and the United States. It affected Great Britain most strongly, leading to the closing of six banks in London and 60 banks in the country. Scottish adventurer - and trickster - Gregor MacGregor had invented a fictional Latin American country called Poyais and persuaded others to invest in the "country". The loss of funds on the part of banks and others began the panic.

In 1830, Mary was merely 5 years old when on March 26th, The Book of Mormon was published in Palmyra, New York by Joseph Smith, Jr. The full title was "The Book of Mormon: An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon upon Plates Taken from the Plates of Nephi". According to Smith, the angel Moroni appeared to him when he was 17 and told him where to find golden tablets that told the story of a people who migrated from Jerusalem to the Americas. He transcribed the tablets, which became the Book of Mormon.

In 1844, at the age of 19 years old, Mary was alive when on June 6th in London, George Williams set up the first YMCA based on the idea of a healthy "body, mind, and spirit" - what he considered Christian values. Now headquartered in Geneva Switzerland, there are over 57 million worldwide beneficiaries and 125 national associations.

In 1853, she was 28 years old when in May, Levi Strauss & Co. was founded in San Francisco. In the 1870's, the company began manufacturing denim overalls and their first pair of Levis 501 jeans were introduced in the 1890s.

In 1864, in the year of Mary Ann (Butterworth) Heywood's passing, on February 25th, the first prisoners arrived at Andersonville Prison in Georgia. Andersonville became notorious for the conditions that Union prisoners endured. 500 prisoners had left from Richmond, Virginia the week before - eventually 13,000 prisoners would die at the prison.

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