- Birth Date
- Death Date
- 5 October 1855
Mary Ann Robbins
Mary Ann Campbell,
Mary Ann Richards
Mary Ann Campbell Robbins crossed the Atlantic on the ship Samuel Curling in 1855. She is listed as Ann Robbins in the records of the Perpetual Emigrating Fund. She is the grandmother of Charles Ramsden Bailey who crossed the plains with the 1855 Richard Ballantyne Company. Mary Ann met Charles' family at Hickory Grove, but she did not travel with them. Her name is included in the 1855 Milo Andrus Company roster and does not appear on the 1855 Richard Ballantyne Company roster. The autobiography of Charles Ramsden Bailey says, "Our relatives Came in the Second Company. . . . We is [was] the first of the 13 Pound Company[.] Our Reletives Came in the Seacond Company[.]" Mary Ann died on the trail at Ash Hollow.
- Age at Departure: 93
- Head of Household
- Died en Route
- Bailey, Charles Ramsden, Autobiography, in Joel Edward Ricks, Cache Valley Historical Material [ca. 1955], reel 1, item 9, 10-12.
- "Names of Passengers," Deseret News, 17 October 1855, 5.
- Perpetual Emigrating Fund, Financial Accounts 1849-1886, Ledger A, p. 199.
- Perpetual Emigrating Fund, Financial Accounts 1849-1886, Ledger B, p. 116.
- Saints By Sea: Latter-day Saint Immigration to America