Stout, Allen Joseph, Reminiscences and journal, 1845-1889, 35-38.
we now set out again and rolled on til we came to big sandy [with]in 10 mile[s] of green River where our company collapsed and I came on with James Low[e] who was the capt of ten in the place of Anderson who had bin [been] put out[.] now br[other] Low[e] relieved <me> from e[i]ther standing gard or paying for it[.] we rolled on threw the Mountains and up and down the kenyery [canyons] til the 2nd day of Oct when I rolled my wagon up to my brother Moseas [Hosea Stout's] house in G S L City. . .