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Transcript for William I. Appleby Company schedule, 1858

Schedule of the Camp of the Saints from Florence Nebraska Territory for GSL City Utah

William I[vins]. Appleby[,] President

Ebenezer R[ussell Sr]. Young[,] Chaplain

Ch[arle]s. McCarty[,] Captain, [illegible]

Left Florence Monday August 9, 1858 @ 4 o’clock P.M. ox teames

W. I. Appleby, of Utah, from N. York, 1 person, Age 48, 6 cattle, 1 wagon

E. R. Young, from Westport Conn., 1 person, Age 43, 14 cattle, 2 wagons, 2 oxen

Margaret Young (wife), from Westport Conn., 1 person, Age 44

Maggie Young, from Westport Conn., 1 person, Age 21

Mary Young, from Westport Conn., 1 person, Age 18

Ebenezer Young Jr., from Westport Conn., 1 person, Age 16

John W[illiam]. Young, from Westport Conn., 1 person, Age 14

Est[h]er A. Young, from Westport Conn., 1 person, Age 9

Robert M. Young, from Westport Conn., 1 person, Age 7

George W[ashington]. Young, from Westport Conn., 1 person, Age 4

Joseph W. Robinson, from Utah, 1 person, Age 25, 4 cattle, 1 wagons,

Martha I. Robinson (wife), from Utah, 1 person, Age 17

Don Carlos Babbitt, from Iowa, 1 person, Age 15, Teamster

Wm. F Allhand [Albrand], from Utah, 1 person, Age 30, Teamster

[Total] 14 persons, 24 cattle, 4 wagons, 2 oxen

Amt. brought over, 14 persons, 24 cattle, 4 wagons, 2 oxen

Edward A. Culver, from Genoa, NY, 1 person, Age 33, Teamster

Wm. G[imbert]. Saunders, from Iowa, 1 person, Age 39, 8 cattle, 1 wagon

Phoebe Saunders (wife), from Iowa, 1 person, Age 41

Mary Ann Saunders, from Iowa, 1 person, Age 18

Caroline Saunders, from Iowa, 1 person, Age 6

Phoebe Saunders, from Iowa, 1 person, Age 13 m.

Alex Warrender, from [illegible], 1 person, Age 42, Teamster

Wm. Holmes, from [same place as Alex Warrender], Age 49, 2 cattle, 1 wagon

Charles Goodwin, from Iowa, 1 person, Age 18, Teamster

Chs. McCarty*, from Florence, 1 person, Cpt.

*Not a member of the Church but friendly & a good hand on the plains

[Grand] Total 24 persons, 34 cattle, 6 wagons, 2 oxen

We arrived in GSL City October 17, 1858. having been much prospered on our Jurey [Journey]. Met with no accidents encountered no serious or [-] storms, only two or three [--], weather fine and pleasant. cattle stood the Jurey well little one [-], lost only one ox by death, two yoke of Bro. Young lost and was not recovered. saw thousands of Indians on the way, all very friendly, met sev[er]al hundred Teamsters & c. returning from Utah to States, who had been in Government employ. Some cases of chills & fever in camp, none serious. [illegible] while we made a speedy trip and the hand of Providence has been with us for good & we have arrived at home safe for which blessings & all others we render all the praise to our Heavenly Father. Amen

W. I. Appleby, Regards

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