- Birth Date
- About 1823
- Death Date
- February 1848
Nathan Thomas Brown
Nathan Thomas was part of the 10th Company of Ten led by Appleton M. Harmon. In the rebaptism record in Salt Lake City 8 August 1847, he gave his name as "Nathan." Other records refer to him as "Thomas." FamilyTree shows his given name as "Nathaniel."
Previous research has been unable to determine his birth, but the best evidence is that he was born about 1823.
- Age at Departure: 24
- Albert P. Rockwood journals, 1847-1853, Journal, 1847 April-July.
- Amasa M. Lyman collection, 1832-1877, Journal, 1847 April 8-September 10, 1-26 and 1-10. Events recorded by Albert Carrington.
- Appleton M. Harmon diary, 1847 April-July.
- Heber C. Kimball journal in Heber C. Kimball papers, 1837-1866.
- Howard Egan, Pioneering the West, 1846 to 1878, edited and compiled by William M. Egan (1917), 21-105.
- Millen Atwood journal, 1847 April-July.
- Norton Jacob reminiscence and journal, 1844 May-1852 January, 47-85.
- Salt Lake Stake, Record of Members.
- Salt Lake Stake Record of Members, 1848-1917.
- Thomas Bullock journals, 1843-1849, Journal, 1847 April-June.
- William Clayton diaries, 1846-1853, Folder contents: (2) Volume 2, 1847.