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John A. Hunt Company (1856) - Pioneer Overland Travels

272 rows · The John A. Hunt wagon company left Iowa City in the latter part of August and set out on their final, long journey from Florence, Nebraska on September 2, 1856. Most of the emigrants who crossed the plains in the Hunt company had crossed the Atlantic Ocean via the ship Thornton, which sailed from Liverpool, England on 4 May 1856.…

Mormon Trail Pioneer List Of the Hunt Wagon Company, 1856

Wales Joseph's family began their trek with Bunker Handcart Company. His father continued to the Salt Lake Valley with that company. After the death of his mother, Hyrum arrived in Salt Lake with the Hunt wagon company. He had been placed in the care of Hannah Evans Bowen, whom his father later married. Giles, Hyrum Lorenzo - (6), b. Wales ...…

William B. Hodgetts Company (1856) - Pioneer Overland Travels

Wagon Category Church Train Direction Westbound Departure 30 July 1856 Departed From Iowa City, Iowa Arrival 10 December 1856 Captain William Benjamin Hodgetts Number In Company 163. About 160 individuals and about 33 wagons were in the company when it began its journey from the outfitting post at Iowa City, Iowa. ... Hodgetts and Hunt ...…

Mormon Handcart Horrors - HistoryNet

The Hunt and Hodgetts wagon trains bookended Martin’s handcart company, with Hodgetts out ahead and Hunt following behind. These weary travelers noted with alarm the sight of snow on Laramie Peak and the monotonous howling of wolves that followed the trains.…

Mormon handcart pioneers - Wikipedia

The Willie Company left Florence on August 17 and the Martin Company on August 27. Two ox-wagon trains, led by captains W.B. Hodgett and John A. Hunt, followed the Martin Company. Near Wood River, Nebraska, a herd of bison caused the Willie Company's cattle to stampede, and nearly 30 cattle were lost. Left without enough cattle to pull all of ...…