Is there someone who could help me verify and note the status of my Rachel Drollinger and Samuel (the younger one) Drollinger, Jr., the mother and brother of Simeon, my 2nd great grandfather as Mormon Pioneers? I found them on an 1852 wagon train and added them to the project a few months ago, but don't have the expertise to verify their Mormon heritage, and give them the "picture."
Hello Danny Franklin Drollinger, maybe it's an idea to make a subproject of the Pioneers of 1852 just for the Thomas C.D. Howell Company.
Just by curiosity, for I do know little about Mormones, i searched the database and saw this information:
Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, 1847–1868
Thomas C.D. Howell Company (1852)
Departure: 7 June 1852
Arrival: 2, 11-12, 27 September 1852
293 individuals plus 10 families and about 65 wagons were in the company when it began its journey from the outfitting post at Kanesville, Iowa (present day Council Bluffs).
View a list of individuals known to have traveled in this company.
View a list of sources to learn more about this company.
So you can make a project with all the travelers in geni too and then maybe you get in touch with other descendants of people who made this journey.
Succes. and you know, if necessary, I can be of help, ofcourse, for I have some experience in publishing, it's my profession, you know. groeten van jeannette uit holland, europe.
Danny Franklin Drollinger Look at Samuel now and see what about 10 minutes work can do.
Tagging Randy Stebbing
Danny, Randy is a curator who does a lot of work with the Mormon pioneers. He has projects for each of the years that the pioneers crossed the plains to Utah. I'm sure he can help answer your questions.
Drollinger Family in Nauvoo, Illinois in 1842.
More info on the Drollinger family can be found here on pages 28-29