William Perry Huband was born 12 October 1826 at Arrow, Warwick, England, the son of Thomas Huband and Frances Strain. He married 17 June 1851 at Daventry, Northampton, England, Ann Jeffery. She was born 31 December 1827 at Watford, Northampton to William Jeffery and Mary Crock Perry. They joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) in 1847 in the Birmingham Branch of England. They came to the United States on the Ship "Colorado," which left Liverpool 28 July 1869.
After their arrival, they located in Logan, Utah, where William was a building contractor. While building a house for George Peacock, he fell and was killed on 22 September 1872, leaving his wife and 8 children with no home or income. Ann took in washing, sewed, and did everything she could to support her family. In 1875, she moved with her children to Bear Lake, where they resided for 10 years. In 1885, they moved to Shelly, Idaho, where they lived for 20 years enduring all the hardships of pioneers in a new country. She later lived with her daughter, Mrs. Frances Rogers in North Ogden, Utah, and died at this same daughter’s home on February 6, 1924, in Salt Lake City.
Children of William Perry and Ann Huband:
Below is a copy of William Perry Huband and Anne Jeffery's Marriage certificate courtesy of Liz Snow.