Transcript for Bullock, Thomas, to Brigham Young, 26 June 1858, in Brigham Young, Office Files 1832-1878, reel 36, box 26, fd. 5

Weber river June 26, 1858 3 p.m.

Dear beloved President

I enclose you an Alphabetical List of all the missionaries and others now in Camp, bound for Zion, and now I am requested to make out a separate list of the returning missionaries from Europe, by themselves—

Andrus James
Beck James
Berry John W.[,] Captain
Bramall Wm.
Brown Wm.
Browning James G.
Bullock Thomas[,] Clerk
Clark Ezra T.
Craig James
Dallin Wm.
Daniels Daniel
Davis Daniel
Doremus Henry I.
Ensign Luther
Evans Richard G.
Galley James
Gates George
Harriman Henry
Higbee Isaac
Hobson Jesse
Hubbard Charles W.
King Thomas R
Lavender James
Littlewood Martin
Logan Robert
Margetts Philip
McBride Reuben
Miller Robert E.
Muir Wm. S.
Pace William
Page Daniel
Peirce Eli Harvey
Peirce Thomas
Pinder John G.
Reese Enoch
Robinson Peter
Romney Miles
Roskelly Samuel
Roulet Frederick
Russell Thomas W.
Scofield Joseph
Shumway Andrew
Smith John L.
Smith Samuel H.B.
Smith William J.
Snow Bernard
Stanniforth George
Stevens James W.
Stewart Wm. Jackson
Taylor Amos
Taylor George
Taylor Jabes [Jabez]
Taylor James W.
Thomas Wm. P.
Tippitts John H.
Tomkinson Ephraim
Ure James
Wilkin David
Young Brigham H.
Young Seymour B.

I have not time now to make out a synopsis of the Camp Journal, but will do so the first opportunity after my return home.

I can truly say we have been miraculously guided to this place, not having seen any of our enemies until to day. We have travelled unseen and unknown, in answer to prayer.

We are all enjoying tolerable good health considering our arduous journey, and all are rejoicing in the prospect of soon hearing your welcome voice again.

Praying God to preserve you from all your enemies, and to spare you many years to guide the Saints on this Earth

Believe me dear President Ever your obedt. servt.

Thos. Bullock, Clerk of Camp
John W. Berry