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Stephen Mack & Hannah Saunders Covey family

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Irene, Stephen, Grandy, Helen Jean, John, Marilyn

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Grandy, Marilyn, Helen Jean, Irene

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Papa & Grandy

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Stephen Mack Covey, 4th from the right

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John, Helen Jean, Irene, Stephen

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Stephen L with his boys

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Family photo at Grandy & Papa's house

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Snake River cabin

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Stephen Longstroth Richards and Grandy in the dining room at the canyon cabin

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Christmas, approximately 1912

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Believed to be Mark & Susannah Ogden Bigler

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George Albert & Bathsheba Bigler Smith

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L to R, Stephen Glenn Covey, Irene Louise Richards Covey, Stephen Mack Covey

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Enoch & Janett Carruth Young Covey

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Stephen L & Irene Smith Merrill Richards

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Demas Ashdown & Hannah Barwell Saunders

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Stephen Glenn Covey (2nd from right, back row) with siblings

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Covey Family Photo at Grandy's and Papa's

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L to R, John, Marilyn, Helen Jean, Irene, Stephen

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Stephen Mack & Hannah Ashdown Covey

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Temperance Bond (1771-1850) 79 yrs



  • Joseph Smith, Jr.'s Grandmother

BIRTH...15 September 1850, Gilsum, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire

PARENTS...Stephen Bond and Mary Yemmons


MARRIAGE...Stephen Andrew Mack, 1787?


  1.  Lavina Mack (179-1823)
  2. Col. Stephen Andrew Mack (1766-1826)
  3. Andrea Mack (1788-1857)
  4. Fanny Mack (1789-1838)
  5. Temperance Mack (1790-)
  6. Temperance Bond (1771-1850)
  7. Rhoda MACK (1791-1848)
  8. Ruth Mack (1792-1860)
  9. Mary Mack (1793-1827)
  10. Stephen Andrew Mack, Jr (1798-1850)
  11. Harriet N. Mack (1800-1872)
  12. John Mudget MACK (1802-1879)
  13. Almire Mack (1805-1886)
  14. Almon MACK (1805-1885)
  15. Achsa Mack (1807-1835)
  16. Achaah Mack (1807-1835)

DEATH...Salt Lake City


  1. Temperance Bond
  2. Almira Mack
  3. Enoch Covey
  4. Stephen Mack Covey
  5. Stephen Glenn Covey
  6. Marilyn Richards Covey

Temperance Bond Mack

8 Sept. 1771–15 Sept. 1850. Born in Gilsum, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire. Daughter of Stephen Bond and Mary Yemmons. Married Stephen Mack, 1788, in Gilsum. Moved to Tunbridge, Orange Co., Vermont. Moved to Norwich, Orange Co., 1816; to Detroit, by 1822; and to Pontiac, Oakland Co., Michigan Territory, 1823. Husband died, 1826. Presumably baptized into LDS church. Moved to Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio; to Far West, Caldwell Co., Missouri, by 30 Dec. 1838; to Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois, by Sept. 1841; back to Pontiac, 1844; back to Nauvoo, by 1845; to what became Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie Co., Iowa Territory, 1846; and to Winter Quarters, unorganized U.S. territory (later in Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska), 1846. Arrived in Salt Lake City, 20 Sept. 1848. Died at Salt Lake City.
--the Joseph Smith Papers

Temperance Bond was born September 08, 1771 in Gilsum, Cheshire, NH, and died September 08, 1850 in Salt Lake City, UT. She married Stephen Andrew Mack on 1788 in Gilsum, NH, son of Solomon Mack and Lydia Gates.

More About Temperance Bond and Stephen Andrew Mack:
Marriage: 1788, Gilsum, NH.

Children of Temperance Bond and Stephen Andrew Mack are:
Fanny Mack, d. date unknown, Y.
Andrew Mack, d. date unknown, Y.
John Mack, d. date unknown, Y.
Temperance Mack, d. date unknown, Y.
Polly Mack, d. date unknown, Y.
+Stephen Mack, b. February 02, 1798, Tunbridge, VT, d. April 10, 1850, Rockton (Macktown), IL.



Birth:     Sep. 8, 1771
Cheshire County
New Hampshire, USA
Death:     Sep. 5, 1850
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA

Daughter of Stephen Bond and Mary Yemmons

Married Stephen Andrew Mack, 15 Jun 1786, Tunbridge, Orange, Vermont

Children - Fanny Mack, Mary Mack, Lovina Mack, Stephen Mack, Harriet Mack, John Mudget Mack, Almira Mack, Almon Mack, Rhoda Mack

History - Stephen Mack was engaged in the mercantile and tinning business at Tunbridge, Vermont, finally extended his enterprises westward as far as Detroit, Michigan. He was in Detroit in 1812 at the time of Hull's surrender, and had been appointed to the command of a company of troops as captain, although generally called "Major Mack." When subsequently--and shortly after his appointment as captain--he was ordered by his superior officers to surrender, he was so highly indignant that he broke his sword across his knee and threw it into the lake, saying he would never submit to the disgraceful compromise. By the year 1820, according to the written statement of Horace Stanley, Stephen Mack was the proprietor of a large mercantile establishment in Detroit--large for those days, employing six clerks. Besides this establishment he had a number of stores in various parts of Michigan and Ohio. At his own expense he built a turn-pike road from Detroit to Pontiac where he owned a large farm upon which he lived. In 1828 he was a member of the council of the territory of Michigan. All this would indicate that Stephen Mack was a man of intelligence, judgment, enterprise, and successful withal. When he died he left his family an estate of $50,000, without incumbrance, which, in those days, was a large fortune.

Temperance was the sister in law to Lucy Mack Smith, mother of the Prophet Joseph Smith.

Family links:
  Stephen Mack (1766 - 1826)

  Fanny Mack Dort (1789 - 1838)*
  Ruth Mack Stanley (1791 - 1857)*
  Rhoda Mack Buckland (1791 - 1848)*
  Mary Mack Dort (1793 - 1827)*
  Lovina Mack (1795 - 1823)*
  Lovisa Mack Cooper (1795 - 1874)*
  Stephen Mack (1798 - 1850)*
  Harriet N. Mack Whittemore (1800 - 1872)*
  John Mudget Mack (1802 - 1879)*
  Almon Mack (1805 - 1885)*
  Almira Mack Covey (1805 - 1886)*
  Achsah Mack Whittemore (1807 - 1835)*

*Calculated relationship

Salt Lake City Cemetery
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA
Plot: C-14-11

Maintained by: SMSmith
Originally Created by: Judie in Salt Lake
Record added: Mar 27, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35240256