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About Horton David Haight
Wikipedia Biographical Summary:
"....Horton David Haight (June 20, 1832 – January 19, 1900) was a Mormon pioneer. He first came to Utah at age 14 in 1847 as a member of Daniel Spencer's immigrant company. He was in charge of a freight company that came to Utah Territory in 1859 and led four "down-and-back" companies in the 1860s. These "down-and-back" companies sent wagons and teams from Utah, and brought back new emigrants, their baggage, and other freight on the return trip..."
"...Haight was born in Moravia, Cayuga County, New York. He was the son of Hector Caleb Haight and his wife, Julia Ann (née Van Orden)..."
"...Haight lived for many years in Farmington, Utah. His wife Louise (née Leavitt) Haight was a counselor to Aurelia Spencer Rogers in the first Primary, which was organized in Farmington. Louise Haight also came from a family who had ties to the LDS church. Her father was Weare Leavitt, born at Grantham, New Hampshire, and his wife Phoebe (née Cowles) Leavitt of Claremont, New Hampshire..."
SOURCE: Wikipedia contributors, 'Horton D. Haight', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 15 June 2011, 16:48 UTC, <http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Horton_D._Haight&oldid=434436360> [accessed 22 June 2011]
- Daniel Spencer/Ira Eldredge Company (1847)
- Horton D. Haight/Frederick Kesler Freight Train (1859)
- Hooper and Eldredge Freight Train (1860)
- Horton D. Haight Company (1862)
- Horton D. Haight Company (1863)
- Horton D. Haight Company (1866)
- Horton D. Haight Company (1868)
Horton David Haight's Timeline
June 20, 1832
Moravia, Cayuga, New York, United States
September 14, 1855
Endowment House, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
August 18, 1869
Farmington, UT, USA
January 18, 1900
Oakley, Cassia, Idaho, United States
Oakley, Cassia, ID, USA