History Mormon Battalion Chapter 01 Section U

Privates (5)

1 Allen John, (drummed out of service; non-“Mormon”)

2 Allen George

3 Bentley John

4 Beers William

5 Brown Daniel

6 Buckley Newman

7 Bunker Edward

8 Caldwell Matthew

9 Campbell Samuel

10 Campbell Jonathan

11 Cazier James

12 Cazier John

13 Clark Samuel

14 Clark Albert

15 Chapin Samuel

16 Cox John

17 Cummings George

18 Day Abraham

19 Dyke Simon

20 Dennett Daniel Q.

21 Earl Jacob

22 Ewell Wm.

23 Ewell Martin F.

24 Earl Justice C.

25 Findlay John

26 Follett William T.

27 Glazier Luther W.

28 Harmon Oliver N.

29 Harris Robert

30 Harrison Isaac

31 Hart James S.

32 Harrison Israel

33 Hess John W.

34 Hickmot John

35 Hopkins Charles

36 Hoskins Henry

37 Howell T. C. D.

38 Howell William

39 Jacobs Bailey

40 Judd Hiram

41 Judd Zadock K.

42 Jimmerson Charles

43 Knapp Albert

44 Kelley George

45 Karren Thomas

46 Lance William

47 McLelland Wm. C.

48 Miller Daniel

49 McBride Haslam

50 Miller Miles

51 Park Wm. A.

52 Pettegrew David

53 Pixton Robert

54 Phelps Alva (died on the Arkansas)

55 Porter Sanford

56 Pugmire Jonathan, jun.

57 Rollins-

58 Richardson Thomas

59 Richards L.

60 Roberts L.

61 Sanders Richard T.

62 Scott Leonard M.

63 Scott James R.

64 Skein Joseph

65 Spidle John

66 Slater Richard

67 Snyder John

68 Smith Lot

69 Smith David

70 Smith Elisha

71 Smith John

72 St. John Stephen M.

73 Stevens Roswell

74 Standage Henry

75 Strong William

76 Tanner Albert

77 West Benj.

78 Wilson George

79 Woolsey Thomas

80 Williams James V.

81 Whitworth Wm.

Servants to Officers

The following names have been sent me as having served as servants to officers in the Mormon Battalion, and as they were mostly too young to be received as soldiers, are entitled to much praise for their youthful patriotism and bravery. There may have been a few others not reported:

Zemira Palmer, to Col. James Allen until his death; to Dr. George B. Sanderson from Ft. Leavenworth to Santa Fe, thence to Lieut. Lorenzo Clark until the corps was discharged. William Byron Pace, to Lieut. James Pace. Wilson D. Pace, to Lieut. Andrew Lytle. N. D. Higins, to Captain Nelson Higgins. Charles Edwin Colton, to Adjutant P. C. Merrill. James Mowrey, to Lieuts. George Rosecrans, Samuel Thompson and Robert Clift. Elisha Smith, to Capt. Daniel C. Davis.

List of Families Who Accompanied the Battalion

Mrs. Celia Hunt, wife of senior Captain Jefferson Hunt; sons. Hyrum, John, Joseph, Parley; daughters: Jane, Harriet, Mary; second wife, Matilda; in the family, Peter Nease, Ellen Nease, John Bosco and wife, Jane. Mrs. Hunter, wife of Captain Jesse D. Hunter, of Company B., died at San Diego, left an infant and perhaps other children. Mrs. Mary Brown, wife of Captain James Brown, of Company C.; son: David Black, and some children by first wife. Mrs. Captain Nelson Higgins, of Company D.; sons: Alpheus, Don Carlos; daughters: Druzilla, Almira (married John Chase at Pueblo), and one child born at Pueblo. Mrs. Susan, wife of Captain Daniel C. Davis, of Company E;son: Daniel C. Davis, Jr. Mrs. Fanny Mariah, wife of Dimick B. Huntington; sons: Clark Allen, Lot; daughters: Martha, Zina, Betsey Prescinda (born at Pueblo). Mrs. Malinda, wife of Milton Kelley; Malinda Catherine (born at Pueblo, now wife of Benj. L. Alexander). Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Sergt. Sebert C. Shelton: sons: Jackson Mayfield, John Mayfield; daughters: Sarah Mayfield, Caroline Shelton, Mariah Shelton. Mrs. Eunice, wife of James P. Brown; sons: Robert, Newman, John (born while traveling between Pueblo and Salt Lake Valley); daughters: Sarah Jane and Mary Ann. Mrs. Norman Sharp; daughter born at Pueblo. Miss Caroline Sargent. Mrs. Montgomery Button; sons: James, Jutson, Charles; daughter: Louiza. Mrs. Albina, wife of Thomas S. Williams; son: Ephraim; daughters: Caroline, Phebe, (the latter born at Pueblo.) Mrs. Jane Hanks, wife of Sergt. Ebenezer Hanks. Mrs. Phebe, wife of Sergt. Ebenezer Brown. Mrs. Sophia, wife of William Tubbs. Mrs. Catherine, wife of John Steele; daughter: Mary, also Young Elizabeth (born twelve days after arriving in Salt Lake Valley). Mrs. Susan, wife of Sergt. Orson B. Adams. Mrs. Mary Ann, wife of John Hyrons. Mrs. Emeline, wife of John Hess. Mrs. Rebecca, wife of Elisha Smith. Mrs. Isabella, wife of David Wilkin. Mrs. J.T.S. Allred. Mrs. Reuben Allred. Mrs. Sarah Shupe, wife of Andrew Jackson Shupe. Mrs. Harriet Brown, wife of Daniel Brown. Mrs. Sarah, wife of Nicholas Kelley; son: Parley. Mrs. Agnes, wife of Sergt. Edward L. Brown. Mrs. Caroline, wife of John Sessions.

There may have been a few others, not reported, as all are collected from memory.

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