JOHN CROMPTON AND
MATILDA JOHANSEN-CROMPTON FAMILY
Crompton Lineage: William-John-William-John-John-Joshua-John-James-George-James
John Crompton was born September 3rd, 1858 in Lancashire, England, to William Crompton and Hannah Hobson-Crompton.
He was the third of twelve children, including six boys and six girls. Meanwhile, the Forty-Niners stream into the Rocky Mountains of the western United States during the Pike's Peak Gold Rush, and the City of Denver, Colorado is formed.
Johnís parents immigrated to the US soon after. They landed in Utah around the time the First Trans-continental Railroad arrived North of the Great Salt Lake. The Great Mormon Settlement was also inhabiting the area at that time.
Matilda Johansen-Crompton was born January 11th, 1858. (Note: the records of Bonnie Jo Bertagnolli reflect she was born 1853 Westen Jutland, Sweden.) She and John married and raised their four children in Ogden, Utah.
John Crompton died August 19th, 1891 at the age of 33 years, and Matilda died November 29th, 1918. (Note: the records of Bonnie Jo Bertagnolli have date of death January 13th, 1890.) John is buried at Evanston Cemetary in Uinta County, Wyoming.
Florence Crompton-Meyer b. 9/13/1879. d. 11/14/1932. m. Louis A. Meyer
John William Crompton Jr. b. 5/26/1881. d. 9/14/1881.
George Crompton b. 6/27/1882. d. 1/08/1901.
Joseph Crompton b. 3/09/1888 Ogden, UT. d. 7/13/1958. m. Carolyn Hegler-Crompton. Grade school teacher b. 1/19/1893. d. 11/05/1977. Daughter of Anton Hegler and Mary Mlakar-Hegler.
The John Crompton gravesite - Evanston, Wyoming.
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