Pioneer Ancestors Summary


PIONEER ANCESTORS

SHIRL REED AND

ANTOINETTE BALL WYATT WEIGHT



1. BAKER, ZINA (HUNTINGTON) 10

Died in Nauvoo 1839

  • BALL, ALFRED17

Arrived in Salt Lake City by steam (boat and train) on Aug. 5, 1870

  • BALL, WILLIAM MITCHELL22

Arrived in Salt Lake City by steam in 1871

  • BOCOCK, ELIZABETH (WEIGHT)27

Arrived in Salt Lake City on Sept. 12, 1857

  • BYBEE, BYRAM LEE64

Arrived in Salt Lake City Sept 30-Oct 7, 1851.

  • CAWKWELL, WILLIAM SCOTT66

Arrived in Salt Lake City July 2, 1874

  • CHILDS, MOSES68

Arrived in the Salt Lake Valley September 1852

  • CHILDS, MOSES DEVERE75

Arrived in the Salt Lake Valley September 1852.

  • COOK, DANIEL79

Arrived in the Salt Lake Valley October 2, 1850

  • COOK, DAVID104

Arrived in the Salt Lake Valley October 2, 1850

  • DAVENPORT, ANTOINETTE (LEAVITT)112

Arrived in Salt Lake in 1851

  • DAVENPORT, JAMES115

Arrived in the Valley late Brigham Young's First Party 1847

13 ENGLAND, ELISABETH (BALL) 121

Arrived in Salt Lake City by steam August 5, 1870

14 ENGLAND, MARY (CAWKWELL) 124

Arrived in Salt Lake City on July 2, 1874

15 FOUKES, ANN (WEIGHT) 127

Arrived in Salt Lake in 1854)

16 FULLER, MARY MARIA (COOK) 129

Arrived in Salt Lake City October 2, 1850.

17 GRIFFITHS, ELISABETH (WALKER) 131

Arrived in Salt Lake Valley in 1850.

18. GRIFFITHS, JOSEPH 133

Arrived in Salt Lake City 1850.

  • HOLDEN, JOSHUA136

Arrived in Salt Lake Valley in 1852 with the John T. Chafe (Chase) Company)

  • HOLDEN, MARY ANN (COOK)148

Arrived in Salt Lake Sept 29-Oct 1, 1852 with the John T. Chafe (Chase ) Company.

  • HORSECROFT, SARAH CAROLINE (WYATT)151

Arrived in the Salt Lake Valley on October 5, 1853

  • HUNTINGTON, OLIVER BOARDMAN 154

Arrived in Salt Lake City 1852.

  • HUNTINGTON, WILLIAM199

Died in route in Mt. Pisgah, Iowa

  • KNUDSEN, ELSIE MARIA (BYBEE)249

Arrived in Salt Lake September 7, 1855 Jacob Foutz Secrist Co.

  • LEAVITT, JEREMIAH252

Died in route, Bonaparte, Iowa on August 4, 1846

26 LEAVITT, THOMAS ROWELL 257

Arrived in the Salt Lake Valley Aug 29-31, 1850

27 PATTEN, ARCHIBALD 279

Died in Route

  • PATTEN, POLLY (CHILDS)281

Arrived in the Salt Lake Valley in September,1852.

  • PHELPS, ALMIRA (DAVENPORT)286

Arrived in Salt Lake in 1851 with the Philo Merrill company.

  • ROBERTS, ANN (GRIFFITHS)289

Arrived in Salt Lake City 1850.

31. ROBERTS, RACHEL BROOM (SANDERS) 288

Arrived in Salt Lake City September 24, 1848, K.C. Kimball

  • SALISBURY, ABIGAIL (PATTEN)294

Died in route.

  • SANDERS, ELLIS MENDENHALL 295

Arrived in Salt Lake City September 24, 1848 K.C. Kimball.

  • SANDERS, HANNAH MENDENHALL (HUNTINGTON)297

Arrived in Salt Lake City September 24, 1848.

  • SHANNON, SARAH (LEAVITT)299

Died in route, Twelve Miles Grove, Illinois 1839/40

  • STUDEVANT, SARAH (LEAVITT)302

Arrived in Salt Lake Valley August 29-31,1850.

  • TALLEY, MARY (Holden)367

Died in route April 5, 1851 Council Bluffs, Iowa, USA

  • WALKER, JAMES CRAIG 371

Arrived in the Salt Lake Valley September 30, 1854

  • WEIGHT, FREDRICK 373

Arrived in Emigration Canyon on September 15, 1852 with the Captain Howell Company

  • WEIGHT, JAMES 407

Died in route in Quarantine Island, St Louis, Missouri

  • WYATT, JOHN HORSECROFT 409

Salt Lake Valley on October 5, 1853 with Jacob Gates Company

  • WYATT, JOHN MOSES419

Salt Lake Valley on October 5, 1853 with Jacob Gates Company

ARRIVAL IN THE SALT LAKE VALLEY

  • Davenport, James-- 45 Years of age

1-Captain. Brigham Young left from Winter Quarters, Nebraska, on April 14 with 148 people and 72 wagons, arrived July 21-24 Roster, Church Emigration Book 1847, Daughters of the Utah Pioneers lesson for (Pioneer Company) April 1959. Jenson's Biographical Encyclopedia, volume 4, page 693-725.

Not all of those who started the journey completed the journey because of various changes in duties. However, Church Historians have determined that the credit for blazing the trail should go equally to all who began. James remained at the ferry at the request of Brigham Young and did not enter the valley with the original company

1848

1851-Philo Merrill company.

  • Roberts, Rachel Broom (Sanders)--September 24, 1848

She was 41 years of age.)

8--Captain Heber C. Kimball (Captain 2nd Division) left from Winter Quarters, Nebraska, May 29 with 662 people, arrived September 24. Roster, Journal History Supplement. After 31 December 1848, page 17-20.

  • Sanders, Hannah Mendenhall (Huntington) September 24, 1848.

(She was 12years old)

8--Captain Heber C. Kimball (Captain. 2nd Division) left from Winter Quarters, Nebraska, May 29 with 662 people, arrived September 24. Roster, Journal History Supplement After 31 December 1848, page 17-20.

  • Sanders, Ellis Mendenhall-September. 24, 1848.

(He was 40 years old)

8--Captain Heber C. Kimball (Captain 2nd Division) left from Winter Quarters, Nebraska, May 29 with 662 people, arrived September 24. Roster, Journal History Supplement After 31 December 1848, page 17-20.

  • Studevant, Sarah (Leavitt)--August 29-31, 1850.

(She was 52 years of age)

16--Milo Andrus (1) left Kanesville, Iowa, June 3 with 206 people and 51 wagons, arrived 29-31 August. Roster, Journal History Supplement. After December 31, 1850 page1.

  • Leavitt, Thomas Rowell -August 29-31, 1850.

(He was 16 years of age.)

16--Milo Andrus (1) left Kanesville, Iowa, June 3 with 206 people and 51 wagons, arrived August 29-31. Roster, Journal History Supplement. After December 31, 1850 page1.

7 Cook, Daniel--October 2, 1850

(He was 52 years of age)

23--Justus Morse left Kanesville, Iowa, June 20 with 41 people and 13 wagons, arrived October 2. No roster.

8 Fuller, Mary Maria--October 2, 1850

(She was 52 years of age)

23--Justus Morse left Kanesville, Iowa, June 20 with 41 people and 13 wagons, arrived October 2. No roster.

9 Cook, David--October 2, 1850

(He was 22 years of age.)

23--Justus Morse left Kanesville, Iowa, June 20 with 41 people and 13 wagons, arrived October 2. No roster.

10 Griffiths, Joseph--1850

(He was 34 years of age.)

Sailed January 7, 1843 on the "Swanton" from London. Lorenzo Snow was the church leader, There 212 in the company. They arrived in New Orleans March 16, 1843.

They arrived in Salt Lake in 1850.

11 Roberts, Ann (Griffiths)--1850

(She was 31 year of age)

Sailed January 17, 1843 on the "Swanton" from London. Lorenzo Snow was the church leader, There 212 in the company. They arrived in New Orleans March 16, 1843.

They arrived in Salt Lake in 1850.

12 Griffiths, Elizabeth (Walker)--1850

(She was 7 years old)

They arrived in Salt Lake in 1850.

13 Bybee, Byram-Sept. 30 - Oct 7, 1851.

(He was 52 years old)

35-James W. Cummings (2) (also known as Orson Pratt's Company) left Kanesville, Iowa, June 21 with 100 people, arrived Sept 30-October 7. Roster, Journal History Supplement. After December 31, 1851 page. 2-3 Church Emigration Book 1851.

14 Phelps, Almira (Davenport)-1851.

(She was 46 years old)

Philo Merrill Company. (Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p. 1027)

15 Davenport, Antoinette (Leavitt) 1851

(She was 8 years old)

Philo Merrill company.

16 Childs, Moses--September 1852

(He was 40 years old)

57-Isaac M. Stewart (9) left Kanesville, Iowa, June 19 with 245 people and 53 wagons arrived August 28 -September 22 Roster, Journal History Supplement. After December 31, 1852, page51-61.

(Deseret News of September18, 1852. He arrived with the 9th company of emigrants with his family, five oxen, three cows and one wagon with John D. Parker's company, and Isaac M. Stewart over first ten in September 1852)

17 Childs, Moses Devere-September 1852

(He was 5 years old)

57-Isaac M. Stewart (9) left Kanesville, Iowa, June19 with 245 people and 53 wagons arrived August 28 --September 22. Roster, Journal History Supplement. After December 31, 1852, page 51-61.

(Deseret News of September 18, 1852. He arrived with the 9th company of emigrants with his family, five oxen, three cows and one wagon with John D. Parker's company, and Isaac M. Stewart over first ten in September 1852)

18 Patten, Polly (Childs)--September 1852

(She was 38 years old)

57-Isaac M. Stewart (9) left Kanesville, Iowa, June 19 with 245 people and 53 wagons arrived August 28 -September 22. Roster, Journal History Supplement. After December 31, 1852, page51-61.

(Deseret News of September18, 1852. He arrived with the 9th company of emigrants with his family, five oxen, three cows and one wagon with John D. Parker's company, and Isaac M. Stewart over first ten in September 1852)

19 Weight, Fredrick --September 15, 1852.

(He was 24 years old)

51--Thomas C.D. Howell (3) left Kanesville, Iowa, June 7 with 293 people and 65 wagons, plus 10 families, arrived September 2, 11-12, 27. Roster, Journal History Supplement. After December 31, 1852 pages12-18.

20 Holden, Mary Ann (Cook)--Sept 29-Oct. 1, 1852

(She was 15 years old)

64-Uriah Curtis (16) left Kanesville, Iowa, June 28 with 259 people and 50 wagons, arrived September 29-Oct . Roster, Journal History supplement. After December 31 1852, pages 101-7.

(1852 with the John T. Chafe (Chase) Company) ???

21 Holden, Joshua-August 13-20, 1852

(He was 52 years old.)

Pioneer Company 45 -John S. Higbee (1) (also known as the James W. Bay Company). Left Kanesville, Iowa, 31 May with 228 people and 66 wagons Arrived 13-20 August. Roster, Journal History Supplement. After December 31, 1852, page 1-6.

22 Huntington, Oliver Boardman-1852.

(He was 24 years old.)

23 Wyatt, John Horsecroft-October 5, 1853

(He was 4 years old)

Sailed February 28, 1853 from London on the "International". There were 425 members in the company. The church leader was Christopher Arthur. They landed in New Orleans April 23, 1853.

76--Jacob Gates (5) left Keouk, Iowa, June3 (Left Missouri River, July 15,1853) with 262 People and 33 wagons, arrived September 26-30. Roster, Journal History September 9 1853, page 25-28.

24 Wyatt, John Moses --October 5, 1853 -

(He was 24 years of age)

Sailed February 28, 1853 from London on the "International". There were 425 members of the company. The church leader was Christopher Arthur. They landed in New Orleans April 23, 1853.

76- Jacob Gates (5) left Keouk, Iowa, June 3 (Left Missouri River, July 15, 1853) with 262 People and 33 wagons, arrived September 26-30. Roster, Journal History September 9, 1853, page 25-28.

25 Horsecroft, Sarah Caroline (Wyatt)--October 5, 1853

(She was 24 years of age)

Sailed February 28, 1853 from London on the "International". There were 425 members of the company. The church leader was Christopher Arthur. They landed in New Orleans April 23, 1853.

76--Jacob Gates (5) left Keouk, Iowa, June 3 (Left Missouri River, July 15, 1853) with 262 People and 33 wagons, arrived September 26-30. Roster, Journal History September 9, 1853, page 25-28.

26 Walker, James Craig--Sept 30, 1854.

(He was 21 years of age.)

90--Darwin Richardson (3) (P.E.F.) Left Westport, Missouri June 17 with 300 people and 40 wagons, arrived September 30. Roster, Journal History Supplement, December 31, 1854, page 10.

27 Foulks, Ann (Weight)-1854

(She was 63 years of age.)

Recorded in Fredrick Weight's Autobiography.

28 Knudsen, Elsie Maria (Bybee)--Sept. 7, 1855.

(She was 35 years of age.)

Sailed from London January 7, 1855 on the "James Nesmith". There were 441 members in the Church Company. Peter O. Hansen was the Church leader. They landed in New Orleans on February 23, 1855. The steamship "Oceana" carried them up the Mississippi River. "Clara", the steamboat on the Missouri River carried them to Leavenworth. 97-Jacob F. Secrist (2)( replaced by Noah T. Guyman after his death July 2) left Mormon Grove, June 13 with 368 people and 58 wagons, arrived September 7. Roster, Journal History Sept 12, 1855; Journal History September 7. pages. 1-11.

29 Bocock, Elizabeth (Weight) September 12, 1857.

(She was 20 years of age.)

Sailed from Liverpool March 28, 1857 on the George Washington. Arrived in Boston April 20, 1857. James P. Parker was the church leader. There were 817 in the company.

120-Jesse B. Martin (1) left Iowa City, Iowa, June 1-3 (left Florence, Nebraska, June28-29) with 192 people and 31 wagons, arrived September 12,1857. No roster.

30 Ball, Alfred -August 5, 1870

(He was 14 years of age.)

The first Pioneer Company to come all of the way (boat and train) from England under steam He left Liverpool July 13, 1870 on the "Manhattan", arrived July 26, 1870 in New York. There were 269 in the company. The Church Leader was Karl G. Maeser .

31 England, Elizabeth (Ball)--August 5, 1870--

(She was 33 years of age.)

This was the first Pioneer Company to come all of the way (boat and train) from England under steam. She left Liverpool July 13, 1870 on the "Manhattan", arrived July 26, 1870 in New York. There were ere 269 in the company. The church leader was Karl G. Maeser

32 Ball, William Mitchell --1871

Came by Steam.

(He was 39 years of age.)

33 Cawkwell, William Scott --July 2, 1874

(He was 55 years old.)

Left Liverpool June 11, 1874 on the steamship "Nevada". There were 243 in the company. They arrived June 23, 1874. The church leader was Joseph Birch. They arrived in Salt Lake City July 2, 1874.

34 England, Mary (Cawkwell)--July 2, 1874

(She was 58 years of age.)

Left Liverpool June 11, 1874 on the steamship "Nevada". There were 243 in the company. They arrived July 2, 1874. The church leader was Joseph Birch. They arrived in Salt Lake City July 2, 1874.

FOREFATHERS WHO DIED BEFORE REACHING THE VALLEY

1. Baker, Zina (Huntington) Died in Nauvoo July 8, 1839.

2. Shannon, Sarah (Leavitt) Died at Twelve Miles Grove, Ill., 1839-40

3. Leavitt, Jeremiah--Died in route, Bonaparte, Iowa on August 4, 1846.

4. Huntington, William--Died at Mt. Pisgah, Iowa, Aug. 19, 1847.

5. Talley, Mary (Holden)--Died in route April 5, 1851.

6. Weight, James--Died at Quarantine Island, St. Louis Missouri on June 12, 1854

7. Patten, Archibald--No record as to where he died.

8. Sailsbury, Abigail (Patten)--No record as to where she died.

 

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