Martha Brotherton, who was maligned by Church leaders throughout the end of 1842, was sealed by proxy to Brigham Young in 1870.
In footnote 102 of Identifying the Earliest Mormon Polygamists, 1841-44 (Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 38:3 2005) Gary Bergera writes:
… Following Brotherton’s death, Young had her sealed to him by proxy on August 1, 1870. Stanley Ivins, research into LDS sealing records, Ivins Papers, Utah State Historical Society, Salt Lake City. …
Also mentioned in George Smith’s book ‘Nauvoo Polygamy:”… but we called it celestial marriage”’ pp 271-272:
Brotherton eventually returned to England, where she died in 1864. But on August 1, 1870, in Salt Lake City, Brigham Young achieved his romantic pursuit when he had Brotherton sealed to him for eternity. Her sister, Elizabeth Brotherton Pratt, plural wife of Apostle Parley Pratt, acted as proxy for the deceased.