- Birth Date
- 20 April 1843
- Death Date
- 3 April 1925
August Kull Anderson
His surname was listed as "Rull" on the company roster (both "List of Passengers," and manifest). On the PEF Ledger, his name was listed as "August Kull."
A couple years after he arrived he crossed the plains again, this time as a teamster for William Chipman's 1866 out-and-back company. In the Chipman notebook, his name is listed as August Johnson. In the company's record of teamsters by ward, it is recorded as "Aug. Anderson" from the Tooele Ward.
Birth date confirmed by Grantsville Ward records at the time of his re-baptism (2 September 1875).
- Age at Departure: 21
- Age at Departure: 23
- Out-and-Back Teamster
- 1880 United States Federal Census
- 1910 United States Federal Census
- 1920 United States Federal Census
- “Captain Henry Chipman Co., 1866.” In Perpetual Emigrating Fund Company church trains accounts 1861-1868, Wards' accounts 1861-1868, Account book, 1866, 1868. (CR 376 8; Box 2; Folder 17; File 6-7, 55-58)
- “Captain William B. Preston Company (first ox train), manifest, 1864.” Perpetual Emigrating Fund Company church trains accounts 1861-1868, Captains’ accounts, 1862-1868.
- Chipman, William H., Notebook, 1866.
- Daughters of Utah Pioneers. History of Utah's Tooele County: From the Edge of the Great Basin Frontier (Tooele, UT: Transcript Bulletin Publishing, Inc., 2012).
- Grantsville Ward, Record of Members. (CR 375 8, Reel 2619)
- "List of Passengers," Deseret News, 17 August 1864, 369.
- Perpetual Emigrating Fund, Financial Accounts 1849-1886, Ledger C, p. 339.
- Utah Death Certificates.