- Birth Date
- 14 October 1823
- Death Date
- 7 February 1907
Oliver Boardman Huntington
Oliver initially traveled to the Salt Lake Valley in the Brigham Young Company in 1848. He returned to New York to collect his wife, children, and in-laws and then traveled back to Utah in 1852 with the Henry W. Miller Company. He later participated as one of the rescuers that were sent out in the winter of 1856 to assist the members of the Church stranded in Wyoming. After being sent to explore a route between Salt Lake City and Carson Valley, Brigham Young called for his return in 1857 and Oliver traveled from Nevada to Utah with the Chester Loveland Company as Assistant Captain.
- Age at Departure: 24
- Age at Departure: 28
- Age at Departure: 32
- Age at Departure: 33
- 1900 Utah Census.
- "20th Company," Deseret News [Weekly], 18 September 1852, 2.
- "First 100, report, 1848 June," In Camp of Israel schedules and reports 1845-1849, Brigham Young's 1848 emigration division.
- Huntington, Oliver Boardman, Diaries, 1843-1932, 9 July 1848.
- Huntington, Oliver Boardman, Diary and reminiscences, 1843 June-1900 Jan., 80-81.
- Huntington, Oliver Boardman, Diary and reminiscences, 1843 June-1900 January [transcript], 105-107.
- Journal History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Supplement after 31 December 1852, 128.
- "Names of Persons Who Volunteer to Go as Teamsters." Offerings for the assistance of the P. E. F. immigrants, 1856 October. Perpetual Emigrating Fund Company general files, 1850-1887.
- Neibaur, Alexander, Journal, 1841 Feb.-1862 Apr., 26-38.
- "Oliver Boardman Huntington," Deseret Evening News, 9 February 1907, 8.
- Oliver Boardman Huntington, Diary, Volume 9.
- Perpetual Emigrating Fund Company general files (CR 376 1), 1850-1887.
- Richards, Henry Phinehas, Diary, fd. 3, in Papers, 1854-1900.
- Utah Death Certificates.