Alondus De Lafayette Buckland (1823 - 1854)

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Birthplace: Tunbridge, Orange, VT, USA
Death: Died in Fort Leavenworth, Leavenworth, Kansas, United States
Cause of death: Cholera
Occupation: Farmer
Managed by: Carson Wheeler
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About Alondus De Lafayette Buckland

Birth:

Alternate birth date of 11 December 1823.

SOURCE: Hannah Daggett Buckland, 1802-1881, compiled by Sharon Huff ; research by Cora Prescott Lewis. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints History Library. M270.07 C712h 1993

Missionary Service:

Served a mission to Nova Scotia and the British provinces in North America.

SOURCE: Deseret News. September 18, 1852 and October 16, 1852.

"...In 1852 he was called to serve a mission to Nova Scotia and the British provenances in North America. While traveling to Novia Scotia he stopped in Troy, New York to visit his mother's brother Joseph Daggett. He also visited his sister Samantha Buckland Russell in Vermont. He also met his brother James Buckland who was re-baptized by Alondus and the two then proceeded together on the mission to Novia Scotia. He also visited William Buckland his younger brother, who had been given away as a baby due to the financial hardships that the family had earlier experienced..."

"...The mission didn't go well in Novia Scotia and by October of 1853 Alondus was back in Saint Louis, Missouri. He served in the Missouri area until 1854..."

"...He financed the journeys of Samantha Russell and James Buckland to travel back to Utah..."

SOURCE: Hannah Daggett Buckland, 1802-1881, compiled by Sharon Huff ; research by Cora Prescott Lewis. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints History Library. M270.07 C712h 1993

Biographical Summary #1:

"...Alondus Buckland and Nancy Aldrich Buckland lived in Mission Delores, CA from September 1846 to June 1847. In October of 1846 he was sent to start a new settlement in New Hope, CA, to plow and put in wheat and then bring their families..."

"...In July of 1847 Alondus moved Nancy and their son Lafayette Buclkand to New Hope. Lafeyette was born 11 Feb 1847 in Mission Delores...."

"...Alondus was likely involved in the gold rush building a large 4 story hotel called the "Buckland House" where the old Palace Hotel hotel was located in San Francisco before the earthquake of 1906..."

"...The family moved arriving 18 August 1849 in Bountiful, Utah..."

SOURCE: Hannah Daggett Buckland, 1802-1881, compiled by Sharon Huff ; research by Cora Prescott Lewis. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints History Library. M270.07 C712h 1993

Biographical Summary 2 :

"...Son of Joseph Mosley Buckland and Hannah Daggett Buckland. As a young man he was a passenger on the Mormon emigrant Ship Brooklyn. A farmer by trade his work on the "New Hope Farm Project" led to a personal conflict with Samuel Brannan. He married Nancy Laura Aldrich. In July of 1849 Alondus took his wife, a new-born daughter and his mother-in-law, Prudence Aldrich and escorted the "gold train" to Salt Lake City.

He died of cholera while returning to Utah after completing an LDS Mission to the Eastern States..."

SOURCE: Find A Grave Memorial# 19785326

Death: d. 20 Jun 1854, of cholera near Ft. Leavenworth, KS. while returning to UT. after completing an LDS Mission in the Eastern States. Buried in an unknown grave, 15-18 miles NW of Fort Leavenworth, KS.

Mormon Pioneer:

Company: Thomas Rhoades Company (1849) From Sacramento, CA to Utah.

Company Information:

Thomas Rhoades led a company of almost 50 people from Sacramento, California, to Salt Lake Valley. Rhoades had taken his family to California in 1846, preceding the Donner Party. The company returned to Utah with substantial amounts of gold discovered and mined in California.

Alondas D.L. Buckland, Age 24 years, 2 Waggons, 2 Horses, 9 Yokes oxen, 1 Cow 1 Mule.

Nancy L. Buckland

Alondas L. Buckland

Nancy L. Buckland

Prudence Aldredge

SOURCE: http://www.lds.org/churchhistory/library/pioneerdetails/0,15791,4018-1-43007,00.html

Death:

"Since landing at the Fort, our small company has lost 41 persons by the cholera. Three of our blacksmiths, on whom we were depending, have died. Brothers Alondus D[eLafayette] L. Buckland and Jesse Turpin are both dead; they lived only a few hours after being seized. Those who survived are <many of them> so weakened down by sickness and over exertion that they can scarsely move about. I have been very healthy, though wearied with setting up nights and watching with the sick. My wife that is with me, has been sick 2 weeks with vomiting & purging: for about one week she has been so low that she was not expected to live: she at present is a little better and hopes are entertained that she may survive."

SOURCE: From a letter from Orson Pratt to Brigham Young, 29 June 1854.

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Alondus Buckland's Timeline

1823
December 10, 1823
Tunbridge, Orange, VT, USA
1846
October 10, 1846
Age 22
Mission Dolores, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, United States
1847
September 17, 1847
Age 23
New Hope, Joaquin, California, USA
1848
November 19, 1848
Age 24
San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, USA
1850
May 18, 1850
Age 26
Bountiful, Davis, UT, USA
December 16, 1850
Age 27
1851
November 1, 1851
Age 27
Bountiful, Davis, UT, USA
1852
June 10, 1852
Age 28
Bountiful, UT, USA
1854
June 22, 1854
Age 30
Fort Leavenworth, Leavenworth, Kansas, United States
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Buried along Kansas trail