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John Courtland Searle

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Birthplace: Wayne, New York, USA
Death: Died in Payson, Utah, Utah, USA
Place of Burial: Payson, Utah, Utah, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Breed Searle and Rebecca Ann Searle
Husband of Jerusha Searle and Maria Josephine Hill
Father of Edna Malicia Adams; James Henry Searle; Asa Lyman Searle; Charles Courtland Searle; Cyrus Ray Searle and 8 others
Brother of Rebecca Ann Searle; Charles Decater Searle; James Layfayette Searle; Adelbert Breed Searle; Philo Almon Searle and 1 other

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About John Courtland Searle

Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, 1847–1868 James Pace Company (1850) Age 22


Departure: 11 June 1850 Arrival: 20-23 September 1850

Company Information: 100 wagons were in the company when it began its journey from the outfitting post at Kanesville, Iowa (present day Council Bluffs).

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Birth: Jan. 30, 1828 Wayne County New York, USA

Death: Nov. 17, 1920 Payson Utah County Utah, USA

John Courtland Searle was born in Butler, Wayne, New York. His parents were Breed Searle and Rebecca Ann Saxton. He married Jerusha Morrison Hill 20 Mar 1850 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. They were the parents of twelve children.

(From PETEETNEET TOWN, A History of Payson, Utah, by Madoline Cloward Dixon) "The first settlers of the new colony at Peteetneet were sixteen in number. They included James Pace, his wife, Lucinda Gibson, and their children: William Byron, who at age 15 had served with his father in the Mormon Battalion, Mary Ann, Warren Sidney, Martha Elmina, John E. and Amanda L. Pace. A second family was composed of Andrew Jackson Stewart, his wife, Eunice Haws, and their children, Sarah, Catherine and Andrew Jackson Jr. A young couple, John Courtland Searle and his wife, Jerusha Morrison Hill were there too. Their baby would be the first white child to be born in the new settlement (and also the first to die). Also in the group were two youths, Allison Hill (14), who was a brother-in-law of John C. Searle, and Nathaniel Haws (18), brother of Eunice Haws Stewart."

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Parents:
  • Breed Searle (1803 - 1879)
  • Rebecca Ann Saxton Searle (1809 - 1897)
Spouses:
  • Jerusha Morrison Hill Searle (1832 - 1904)
  • Maria Josephine Hill Searle (1840 - 1929)*
Children:
  • Sarah Ann Searle Nielsen (1854 - 1942)*
  • Luna Estella Searle Whitmill (1860 - 1917)*
  • Leonard Breed Searle (1864 - 1916)*
  • James Henry Searle (1875 - 1957)*

Note: Information taken from Payson City Cemetery Records


Burial: Payson City Cemetery Payson Utah County Utah, USA Plot: Blk 4 lot 8 pos 2


Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel 1847–1868 James Pace Company (1850)

Age at departure: 22

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Birth: Jan. 30, 1828 Wayne County New York, USA

Death: Nov. 17, 1920 Payson Utah County Utah, USA

John Courtland Searle was born in Butler, Wayne, New York. His parents were Breed Searle and Rebecca Ann Saxton. He married Jerusha Morrison Hill 20 Mar 1850 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. They were the parents of twelve children.

(From PETEETNEET TOWN, A History of Payson, Utah, by Madoline Cloward Dixon) "The first settlers of the new colony at Peteetneet were sixteen in number. They included James Pace, his wife, Lucinda Gibson, and their children: William Byron, who at age 15 had served with his father in the Mormon Battalion, Mary Ann, Warren Sidney, Martha Elmina, John E. and Amanda L. Pace. A second family was composed of Andrew Jackson Stewart, his wife, Eunice Haws, and their children, Sarah, Catherine and Andrew Jackson Jr. A young couple, John Courtland Searle and his wife, Jerusha Morrison Hill were there too. Their baby would be the first white child to be born in the new settlement (and also the first to die). Also in the group were two youths, Allison Hill (14), who was a brother-in-law of John C. Searle, and Nathaniel Haws (18), brother of Eunice Haws Stewart."

Utah death certificate


Family links:

Parents:
  • Breed Searle (1803 - 1879)
  • Rebecca Ann Saxton Searle (1809 - 1897)
Spouses:
  • Jerusha Morrison Hill Searle (1832 - 1904)
  • Maria Josephine Hill Searle (1840 - 1929)*
Children:
  • Sarah Ann Searle Nielsen (1854 - 1942)*
  • John Courtland Searle (1856 - 1927)*
  • Luna Estella Searle Whitmill (1860 - 1917)*
  • Leonard Breed Searle (1864 - 1916)*
  • Joseph Saxton Searle (1868 - 1941)*
  • James Henry Searle (1875 - 1957)*
Siblings:
  • John Courtland Searle (1828 - 1920)
  • Rebeca Ann Searle Cloward (1829 - 1896)*
  • Adelbert Breed Searle (1850 - 1910)*
  • Philo Almon Searle (1852 - 1913)*
  • Anna Mary Searle Huish (1859 - 1905)*

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Note: Information taken from Payson City Cemetery Records


Burial: Payson City Cemetery Payson Utah County Utah, USA Plot: Blk 4 lot 8 pos 2

Maintained by: Sunflower Lady Originally Created by: Cindy Baldogo Record added: Oct 31, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 31038720

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John Courtland Searle's Timeline

1828
January 30, 1828
Wayne, New York, USA
1858
August 26, 1858
Age 30
Payson, Utah, Utah, United States
1859
June 5, 1859
Age 31
Payson, Utah, Utah, USA
1861
March 6, 1861
Age 33
Payson, Utah, Utah, USA
1864
May 11, 1864
Age 36
Payson, Utah, Utah, USA
1866
August 28, 1866
Age 38
Payson, Utah, Utah, USA
1869
March 24, 1869
Age 41
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA
1870
December 9, 1870
Age 42
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA