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Joseph Eslem Mangum

Birthplace: Pottawattamie County, Iowa, United States
Death: Died in Bicknell, Wayne County, Utah, United States
Place of Burial: Bicknell Cemetery, Wayne County, Utah, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of John Mangum, III and Mary Ann Mangum
Husband of Mariah Lucinda Mangum
Father of Samantha Lucinda Baker; Joseph Harvey Mangum; Celestia Warf; Jennie Vivey Bullard; Benjamin Franklin Mangum and 8 others
Brother of Laney Ann Mangum; Martha Elizabeth Mangum; John Wesley Mangum; William Perry Mangum; Rebecca Frances Mangum and 9 others
Half brother of George Albert Mangum and Mary Ellen Mangum

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Joseph Eslem Mangum's Timeline

December 12, 1850
Pottawattamie County, Iowa, United States

[state of Utah: image of death certificate for Joseph Eslen Mangum]
{Find A Grave: Joseph Eslem Mangum]

December 20, 1850
Banou, Pottawattomie, Ia
December 20, 1850
Tennessee Hollow (aka "Lanesborough"), then Pottawattamie County (now Harrison County), Iowa, USA

[Ancestry: image of 1851 Iowa state census]

Listed as "Joseph E. Mangum", age 0, male.

No enumeration date given, and official census date unknown.

~ About Lanesborough: [ ]

Approximately fifteen families who had lived since spring 1851 at a welfare "poor farm" forty miles north of Kanesville, Iowa, called Lanesborough
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"Lanesborough" is an apparent alias for Tennessee Hollow, where the former Shirts Branch LDS congregation resided, and (being 40 miles north of Kanesville) it would've been part of Harrison County when it was formed in 1851.

June 24, 1852
Age 1
Tennessee Hollow (aka "Lanesborough"), then Pottawattamie County (now Harrison County), Iowa, USA

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Part of company of 35, led by William West Lane (who was one of 16 who died enroute).

September 24, 1852
Age 1
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah Territory, USA

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Part of company of at least 35, led by William West Lane (who was one of at least 16 who died enroute).

Directed by LDS leaders to settle in Nephi in Juab County.

March 1857
Age 6

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from Nephi, Juab County
to (what would become) Washington, Washington County

Age 8
June 1, 1860
Age 9
Washington, Washington County, Utah Territory, USA

[Ancestry: image of 1860 US Census]

Listed as "Joseph Mangum", age 9, male, born in Iowa.

Enumerated 1860 Jul 27; responses presumably apply to official census date of 1860 Jun 1.

July 21, 1872
Age 21
Kane, Utah, United States