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About Samuel Brannon Collins
Name: Samuel Brannan Collins
Birth Date: 11 Feb 1848
Birth Place: San Francisco, SF, California
Parent1: Nathan N. Collins
Parent2: Hannah Daggett Collins
Marriage Date: unmarried
Marriage Place: unmarried
Departure Date: arrived in Utah between 1848 and 1850, not known what group he came with from California to Utah. He was child and was with his mother.
Travel Company: Hannah Daggett Collins, mother
Party: Probably an independent group
Trail: Probably the California Trail
Arrival Date: between 1848 and 1850
Arrival Place: Great Salt Lake
Place Settled: Great Salt Lake; Millville, Cache, Utah, Rock Creek Station, near Hansen, Idaho
Death Date: 14 Oct 1868
Death Place: Rock Creek Station, near Hansen, Idaho
Burial Place: Probably the same as above, unknown
Sources: Mainly MS 1947, LDS archives, see following pages
Sub Name: Cora Lewis
Rock Creek Cemetery (Strycker Cemetery)
Twin Falls County, Idaho
Near Hansen ID
Lat: 42°27'32"N, Lon: 114°18'13"W
Contributed by Christine M. Storey, May 27, 2001 [email@example.com]
Total records = 8.
Travel down Highway 30 towards Hansen, turn right on to Rock Creek Road. Then right on 3800 E.
This is a Pioneer cemetery, back when the Stage stop was being used. Condition is not good. The cemetery sits out in a field. There are some unmarked graves. No new burials.
I have transcribed from readings I took when I visited the cemetery and copied all the headstones on May 21, 2001.
- Christine M. Storey
??, Child, d. 1897, Immigrant child
??, Lady, d. 1884, Gypsy woman
??, Girl, d. 1878, Last name possibly Hamilton, Immigrant Girl
Collins, Samuel Brannon, b. 11 Feb 1848, d. 14 Oct 1868
Dowdle, William, d. 1877
McNire, J. R., d. 1874, A Boise Freighter
Quinn, Hughie, d. 1874, a murder victim
Snyder, Mrs, d. 1893, Wife of Henry Snyd