BIRTHDATE: 25 Jun 1808 Cavendish, Windsor, Vermont
DEATH: 28 Jul 1889 Grantsville, Tooele Co, Utah
PARENTS: Freeman Nickerson Huldah Chapman
PIONEER: 24 Sep 1850 Jackson Stewart Wagon Train
SPOUSE I: Marshall M. Hubbard
MARRIED: 18 Sep 1827 Perrysburg, New York
DEATH SP: 18 Sep 1838 Ogden, Lenawee, Michigan

Mary Eliza, 4 Jan 1829
Caroline Mariah, 22 Mar 1831
Huldah Emma, 27 Aug 1833
Elisha Freeman, 5 Mar 1838

SPOUSE II: Thomas Grover
MARRIED: 20 Feb 1841 Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois
DEATH SP: 19 Feb 1886 Farmington, Davis Co., Utah

Percia Cornelia, 27 Dec 1841
Leonard Nickerson, 27 Aug 1843
Datta Nickerson, 22 Sep 1844
Marshall Hubbard, 27 Sep 1846

SPOUSE III: Andrew Jackson Stewart
MARRIED: 21 Feb 1851 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah
DEATH SP: 7 Dec 1911 Benjamin, Utah Co., Utah

Moses Carlos, 1 Jan 1852 (died at 10 months)

Caroline Eliza Nickerson was a woman of great faith, compassion and love. She had many trials, tribulations, tragedies, and sorrows throughout her life, but she was a happy person. She lived an exemplary life and one of service and unselfishness.

After her first husband passed away in 1838, she married Thomas Grover, a widower with six small girls. He also married Hannah Tupper and Laduska Tupper (sisters) in Nauvoo.

With his families he started westward, arriving at Pisgah, Iowa, only to learn that they all could not continue together so Thomas left provisions for them. Caroline returned to Nauvoo (more than 150 miles) taking her two surviving children by Thomas with her; Percia Cornelia, age five, and Marshall H.N. Grover, an infant.

Thomas Grover went with the Charles C. Rich Wagon Company, arriving in Salt Lake City, October 3, 1847. Caroline came later with her parents, Freeman Nickerson and Hulda Chapman; her daughter, Percia Cornelia; and grandson, Marshall. Her father died on the banks of the Charlton RIver, Pioneer Crossing, Iowa.

Following is Caroline's testimony, taken from her own writings:

"I bear a faithful testimony after forty-eight years experiene that I know this is the true work of God and Joseph Smith was a true Prophet.

"I knew him well in life and saw him with his brother Hyrum at their death. I viewed two of the noblest martys (sic) that ever fell. I am still rejoicing in the Latter Day Faith for I know this work is true. It is the Kingdom of God and this is ever my testimony to all that I meet, and all will have yet to bow to the sceptre sooner or later. I know my faith is sure and steadfast, and may I ever remain steadfast is my prayer. Amen."