On 1834 July 15 (Born)
On 1891 January 24 (Died)
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Born in Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana, United States
1834 July 15
Mildred "Milly" Goslin
Robert Richey Company
1853 – 1853 July 23 (Age 18)
Pioneers in Company
Alnora Naomi Lane (Age 9)
Delia Lane (Age 7)
Maria Meady Lane (Age 5)
John Wood (Age 39)
Naomi Chase (Age 31)
Ezra Carter Chase (Age 19)
On 1853 July 23
1855 January 29 (Age 20)
Salmon River Mission
1857 September 26 – 1858 March 28 (Age 23)
Residence When Called
Farmington, Davis, Utah Territory, United States
Set Apart By
Set Apart By
Amasa Mason Lyman
On 1857 September 26
On 1857 October 3
Departed from Home
On 1857 October 27
Arrived in Field
On 1858 March 28
Departed from Field
1859 April 17 (Age 24)
Died in Providence, Cache, Utah Territory, United States
1891 January 24 (Age 56)
Fountain Welch (1834 - 1891) Profile
Utah State History Cemeteries and Burials Database
Utah State History Cemeteries and Burials Database.
John V. Bluth, "The Salmon River Mission II", Improvement Era, 3, (September), 12. Page 901.
Manuscript history of Salmon River Mission, 1850-1860
Manuscript history of Salmon River Mission, 1850-1860, 9 October 1855.
Mormon Indian Missions - 1855
Mormon Indian Missions - 1855, Found in BYU Scholar's Archive, Wesley R. Law, Page 115.
Names of Missionaries at Limhi in the winter of 1857 & 1858
Names of Missionaries at Limhi in the winter of 1857 & 1858.
Salmon River Mission journal, 1855-1858
Salmon River Mission journal, 1855-1858.
The Salmon River Mission, Salt Lake City: Utah Printing Co, 1963
Vigdus Bearnson Carter, The Salmon River Mission, Salt Lake City: Utah Printing Co, 1963, Carter, Catherine Vigdus Bearnson (1892-1976).
Naomi C. Wood autobiography, circa 1889
Naomi C. Wood autobiography, circa 1889.
Transcript for Naomi C. Wood autobiography, circa 1889