About Carlos Murray
"...Murray, Carlos – (10th Ten) Born march 12, 1829, in Ontario Co., N.Y. One of the younger members of the company and a nephew of Heber C. Kimball, he was assigned as a scout in the pioneer company. After arriving in Salt Lake Valley, he helped build the settlement, then returned to Winter Quarters that fall. He returned to the valley in 1848. He later went to California and was traveling by the Humboldt River in 1855 in what is now Nevada when he, his wife and a Mr. Redden were attacked and killed by Indians. A gold pencil and an earring were found and later identified as their property. His revolvers were found in possession of travelers who said they had bought them from Indians on the desert..."