- Birth Date
- 19 December 1814
- Death Date
- 5 December 1884
William Jackson Stewart
Census and genealogical records indicate that the Stewart family traveled to Utah in 1849. Further research needs to be done to determine which company they traveled with. The Stewart family included William Jackson Stewart, his wife Sarah Dickens Gentry, and their children Permelia Jane, Sarah Elizabeth, John, Uel, Esli, Malakiah, and William Jackson, Jr.
In 1853, he and his brother, Levi Stewart, crossed the plains again, this time leading a freight train of goods back to the Valley. At least one new emigrants was hired to drive teams in this freighting company.
At the end of a mission, William Jackson returned home with the John W. Berry Company in 1858.
- Age at Departure: 34
- Head of Household
- Age at Departure: 38
- Age at Departure: 43
- 1850 Utah Census, Utah County.
- Bullock, Thomas, to Brigham Young, 26 June 1858, in Brigham Young, Office Files 1832-1878, reel 36, box 26, fd. 5.
- Bullock, Thomas, to Editor, 22 July 1858, in Missionary Reports, fd. 17.
- "Deaths," Deseret News, 24 December 1884, 784.
- George Goddard papers, 1855-1899, Journals, Volume 2, 1857 April-1858 July.
- Isaiah M. Coombs collection, 1835-1938, Diaries, Volume 8, 1858 April 13-1858 September 1, 16-66.
- Journal History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 19 October 1849, 1.
- Journal History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, June 1858, 31.
- Missionary Record Index
- "Pioneer Reaches 90th Milestone: Recalls Encounter With Indians," Deseret News, 23 September 1922, Section 3, VI.
- Thomas Bullock journal, 1858 May-June.
- Welchman, Arthur P., Reminiscences and diary, [ca.1854-1917], fd. 1, 93-94.