- Birth Date
- 19 April 1815
- Death Date
- 12 November 1907
Conrad initially traveled to the Salt Lake Valley with the Brigham Young Pioneer Company in 1847, as indicated in his autobiographical sketch. He was part of the 11th Company of Ten led by John S. Higbee. In the fall, Conrad traveled east to meet his wife, Elizabeth Maholm Kleinman, who was traveling to the Salt Lake Valley with the Abraham O. Smoot/George B. Wallace Company in 1847. They were reunited on the trail.
In the 1850 Utah census their surname is spelled "Klineman."
At the end of a mission to New York City, he returned home with the Abraham O. Smoot Company in 1856 as a company officer.
He was rebaptized in Salt Lake City on 8 August 1847.
- Age at Departure: 31
- Age at Departure: 41
- 1850 Utah Census, Great Salt Lake, Utah Territory.
- Albert P. Rockwood journals, 1847-1853, Journal, 1847 April-July.
- Book of the Pioneers, Book 1, p. 383.
- "Conrad Kleinman," Deseret Evening News, 21 Nov. 1907, 5.
- Find a Grave (Website)
- Grant, Caleb, [Report], Dec. 12, 1856, in Journal History, 9 Nov. 1856, 31-35.
- Heber C. Kimball journal in Heber C. Kimball papers, 1837-1866.
- Higbee, John Somers, Reminiscences and diaries, 1845-1866, vol. 1 and vol. 2.
- Klineman, Conrad, Autobiographical sketch, in St. George Stake, High Priest Quorum Genealogical Records, 1872-1906, reel 6039, 43, in Record of Members Collection 1836-1970.
- Our Pioneer Heritage, vol. 2, p. 603
- Salt Lake Stake Record of Members, 1848-1917.
- Thomas Bullock journals, 1843-1849, Journal, 1847 April-June.
- Utah Death Certificates.
- William Clayton diaries, 1846-1853, Folder contents: (2) Volume 2, 1847.