- Birth Date
- 1 June 1844
- Death Date
- 26 January 1930
Hannah Rebecca Neslen
The Neslen family consisting of Samuel, his wife, Eunice Burgess Francis, and nine children, initially traveled to the Salt Lake Valley in the Claudius V. Spencer Company in 1853. Samuel and Eurnice’s nine children are: Susannah, Samuel Francis, Robert Francis, Esther Francis, Elizabeth Burgess, Eunice, Phebe, William Francis, and Hannah.
Samuel and his family left England, and sailed on the “Golconda” and arrived in New Orleans on 1 April 1853. Samuel and his family stayed in St. Louis while they prepared for their trip to the Salt Lake Valley. They then moved to Keokuk, Iowa, then on to Omaha, Nebraska. Eight months after the Neslen family left their home in England, all eleven of them arrived in the Salt Lake Valley.
Her travel to Utah is mentioned in the obituary of her brother, William.
- Age at Departure: 9
- Samuel Neslen (Age: 45)
- Eunice Burgess Neslen (Age: 44)
- Susannah Frances Neslen (Age: 22)
- Samuel Francis Neslen (Age: 21)
- Robert Francis Neslen (Age: 20)
- Elizabeth Burgess Neslen (Age: 17)
- Esther Frances Neslen (Age: 16)
- Eunice Neslen (Age: 14)
- Phebe Neslen (Age: 13)
- William Francis Neslen (Age: 12)
- “Claudius V. Spencer Company report, 1853.” In Brigham Young office emigrating companies reports 1850-1862, Reports 1853-1855. (CR 1234 5, Box 1, Folder 31)
- Find a Grave (Website)
- “Hannah N. Sharp Dies at Residence of Family Here,” Salt Lake Telegram, 27 January 1930, .
- Utah, Deaths and Burials, 1888-1946.
- Utah Death Certificates.
- "William F. Neslen, Pioneer of 1853, Dies," Salt Lake Herald, 23 January 1918, 12.