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Edmund Ellsworth Company (1856) - Pioneer Overland Travels

331 rows · Ellsworth had taken this cut-off in 1854 when traveling to serve a mission in England. After traveling nearly night and day to overtake them, Daniel McArthur's handcart company pulled in at almost 11:00 p.m. and camped beside Ellsworth's company at present-day Alkali Creek on the cutoff.…

Edmund Ellsworth - Wikipedia

Edmund Lovell Ellsworth (1 July 1819 – 29 December 1893) was a noteworthy early "pioneer" member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.He was noted for his membership in the initial pioneer company, and later for acting as Captain of the First Handcart company of Mormon Pioneers during their emigration from Liverpool, England to the Salt Lake Valley in 1856.…

Mormon handcart pioneers - Wikipedia

The Mormon handcart pioneers were participants in the migration of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) to Salt Lake City, Utah, who used handcarts to transport their belongings. The Mormon handcart movement began in 1856 and continued until 1860.…

Ellsworth Handcart Company - Church Of Jesus Christ

Ellsworth Handcart Company. By Corliss Clayton. At last the Ellsworth company’s journey was coming to an end. It would have ended sooner if they had not been slowed down by the ox-drawn wagons that carried their tents and other supplies. When Brigham Young heard that the handcart companies—both the Ellsworth and the McArthur companies ...…

Ellsworth Handcart Company, Florence to Twenty Miles from ...

Ellsworth Handcart Company, Florence to Twenty Miles from Ft. Laramie, Nebraska Territory, 9 July to 25 August 1856; Ellsworth Handcart Company, Fort Laramie Across Wyoming to Utah, August 23 to September 22, 1856; Ellsworth Handcart Company, Echo Canyon to Great Salt Lake Valley, Utah, 23 September to 26 September 1856…

Biography of Edmund Lovell Ellsworth

EDMUND ELLSWORTH, Captain A. GALLOWAY, Secretary HANDCART incidents as later recorded by Mary Ann Jones Ellsworth, who was a member of the first company. We left the shores of England 21 March 1856, a company of 534 members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We sailed in the ship "Enoch."…