About Gilbard Summe
"...Summe, Gilbard – (14th Ten) Born Aug. 22, 1802, in Randolph Co., N.C., to John and Caroline Summe. In the first pioneer company, he joined the advance company who entered Salt Lake Valley on July 22, 1847. On April 6, 1850, he was sustained counselor in the general presidency of deacons. He was active in preserving the safety of the settlers during the Walker War. He settled San Bernardino, Calif., and later worked in the lead mines in the Mountain Spring, Nev., area. He returned with the others when recalled in 1857, and continued to assist in the southern colonies. In 1865, he was called to the Muddy Mission in Nevada's Moapa Valley. He settled in St. Joseph, a settlement that no longer exists. When this mission ended, he returned to southern Utah where he died at Harrisburg, Washington Co., on June 13, 1867, at age 64..."