- Birth Date
- 8 March 1832
- Death Date
- 21 August 1915
William Wallace Cluff
The Cluff family traveled to the Salt Lake Valley with the Edward Hunter Company in 1850. The family included David and his wife Elizabeth Betsy Hall, and their eleven sons: David Jr., Moses, Benjamin, William Wallace, Joseph, Harvey Harris, Samuel Sampson, Hyrum, Henry, Alfred Aaron, and Orson.
The family's travel to Utah in 1850 is mentioned in his obituaries.
The 1850 Utah census incorrectly shows the family's surname as "Celiff."
In 1863 he was a returning missionary from Denmark.
- Age at Departure: 18
- David Cluff Sr. (Age: 55)
- Elizabeth Betsy Cluff (Age: 44)
- David Cluff Jr. (Age: 23)
- Moses Cluff (Age: 22)
- Benjamin Cluff (Age: 20)
- Joseph Cluff (Age: 16)
- Harvey Harris Cluff (Age: 14)
- Samuel Sampson Cluff (Age: 12)
- Hyrum Cluff (Age: 9)
- Henry Cluff (Age: 7)
- Alfred Aaron Cluff (Age: 5)
- Orson Cluff (Age: 2)
- Age at Departure: 26
- Age at Departure: 31
- Returning Missionary
- 1850 Utah Census.
- Anthon H. Lund, Scandinavian Jubilee Album (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1900).
- Bell, Eli, Diaries, 1854-, vol. 4.
- Edward Hunter and Robert Campbell letter to Brigham Young, 17 July 1850.
- Franklin W. Young autobiography, circa 1915-1917.
- Missionary Department Missionary Registers, 1860-1959, Volume 1.
- "Mrs. Olson's Father Dead," News Advocate, 27 Aug. 1915, 3.
- "Pioneers Called by Reaper Death," Eastern Utah Advocate, 27 Aug. 1915, 3.
- Regetta Maria Nielsen Thurston, Autobiographical sketch.
- Utah Death Certificates.
- "William W. Cluff, Pioneer Resident, Called by Death," The Herald-Republican , 22 Aug. 1915, 5.