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Transcript for Young, Cedenia C. Clark, Reminiscences, in Utah Semi-Centennial Commission, The book of the pioneers [ca. 1897]

1847—Utah Pioneer Jubilee—1897
July 24, 1897

PIONEER
Celenia [Cedenia] C Clark Young

Residence
1523 Schiller Street

Town
Alameda

County
Alameda

State
California

Born
July 15th 1828

Town
Conesus

County
Livingston

State
New York

Arrived in Salt Lake Valley
Oct. 5th 1847

Whose Company
Jedediah M. Grant

Captain of 100
Jedediah M. Grant

Captain of 50
Bates Noble

Captain of 10
Willard Snow

Remarks

When with in 85 miles of the valley Sister J. M. Grant died[,] Joseph W. Young assisting Bro Grant to take the remains to the valley to be buried they then returned to camp—[.] After we arrived in the Valey, the men had a wolf hunt. Uncle John Young said he thought there would be more dead men than wolfes. Franklin K. Shed ate wild Parsnip and was Brought home dead. he was one of Bro Grants family[.] he was a young man from Boston Bro Grant thought a great deal of—There was a stampede[,] the cattle turned and ran over a wagon that Uncle John's girl was riding in and never hurt a hair of her head. I write this by [illegible text]

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