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About Samuel Egbert

Samuel Egbert was born March 24, 1814 in Breckinridge, Harrison County, Kentucky to John Egbert and Susannah Hahn. Married Margaret Mariah Beckstead on April 18, 1939, at Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois

Children - William Beckstead Egbert, John Alexander Egbert, Martha Ann Egbert, Andrew Jackson Egbert, Susannah Maria Egbert, Catherine Mariah Egbert, Samuel Wesley Egbert, Harriet Egbert, Amanda Jane Egbert, Joseph Smith Egbert, Hyrum Smith Egbert, Mary Ellen Egbert, George Albert Smith Egbert, David Alonzo Egbert, Emily Elizabeth Egbert

Married Louise Minerva Petty on March 11, 1857 at Salt Lake City, Utah. Children - Margaret Egbert, Polly Ann Egbert, Galetta Elvira Egbert, Robert Cowan Egbert, Henry Louis Egbert, Emily Elizabeth Egbert, Louisa Marie Egbert, William Lafayette Egbert

History - Samuel came to Utah October 15, 1849, with the Allen Taylor Company. He established his family home at West Jordan where he was a school teacher for a time and later prominent as a farmer and stock raiser. Samuel operated the first molasses mill in West Jordan, Salt Lake County, Utah. He was an Indian War Veteran. According to Mr. Henry Byram Beckstead, a nephew of Mr. Egbert, it was John Egbert, a son of Samuel Egbert, who uncovered the galena ore in Bingham Canyon while dragging logs there in September of 1863.

Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, Allen Taylor Company (1849)


Parents:

 

John Egbert (1779 - 1873)

 

Susan Hahn Egbert (1786 - 1857)


Spouses:

 

Louisa Minerva Petty Egbert (1839 - 1891)

Margaret Mariah Beckstead Egbert (1823 - 1901)


Children:

 

John Alexander Egbert (1842 - 1915)

 

Andrew Jackson Egbert (1846 - 1946)

 

Susannah Maria Egbert Jerman (1848 - 1938)

 

Catherine Mariah Egbert Beckstead (1850 - 1930)

 

Samuel Wesley Egbert (1852 - 1919)

 

Amanda Jane Egbert Beckstead (1857 - 1912)

 

Joseph Smith Egbert (1859 - 1922)

 

Geletta Elvira Egbert (1862 - 1951)

 

Robert Cowan Egbert (1864 - 1908)

 

Henry Louis Egbert (1866 - 1936)

 

Emily Elizabeth Egbert Wardle (1869 - 1956)

 

William LaFayette Egbert (1876 - 1943)


Siblings:

 

William S. Egbert (1812 - 1892)

 

Samuel Egbert (1814 - 1888)

 

Joseph Teasdale Egbert (1818 - 1898)

 

Corilla Egbert Carson (1820 - 1854)


Robert Cowden Egbert (1821 - 1863)

 

Elvira Egbert Carson (1822 - 1908)

 

Elizabeth Egbert Hammond (1824 - 1903)

 

Hannah Egbert Taylor (1829 - 1898)


Maintained by: SMS

Originally Created by: Bruce J. Black

Record added: Dec 22, 2005

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Samuel Egbert was born March 24, 1814 in Breckinridge, Harrison County, Kentucky to John Egbert and Susannah Hahn.

Married Margaret Mariah Beckstead on April 18, 1939 at Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois

Children - William Beckstead Egbert, John Alexander Egbert, Martha Ann Egbert, Andrew Jackson Egbert, Susannah Maria Egbert, Catherine Mariah Egbert, Samuel Wesley Egbert, Harriet Egbert, Amanda Jane Egbert, Joseph Smith Egbert, Hyrum Smith Egbert, Mary Ellen Egbert, George Albert Smith Egbert, David Alonzo Egbert, Emily Elizabeth Egbert

Married Louise Minerva Petty on March 11, 1857 at Salt Lake City, Utah

Children - Margaret Egbert, Polly Ann Egbert, Galetta Elvira Egbert, Robert Cowan Egbert, Henry Louis Egbert, Emily Elizabeth Egbert, Louisa Marie Egbert, William Lafayette Egbert

History - Samuel came to Utah October 15, 1849 with the Allen Taylor Company. He established his family home at West Jordan where he was a school teacher for a time and later prominent as a farmer and stockraiser. Samuel operated the first Molasses mill in West Jordan, Salt Lake County, Utah He was an Indian War Veteran. According to Mr. Henry Byram Beckstead, a nephew of Mr. Egbert, it was John Egbert, a son of Samuel Egbert, who uncovered the galena ore in Bingham Canyon while dragging logs there in Sept. 1863.

Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, Allen Taylor Company (1849)

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Samuel Egbert's Timeline

1814
March 24, 1814
Breckinridge, Harrison County, Kentucky, United States
1833
1833
Age 18
1840
December 18, 1840
Age 26
Nauvoo, Hncck, IL
1842
March 28, 1842
Age 28
Nauvoo, Hancock, IL
1844
March 1, 1844
Age 29
Nauvoo, IL, USA
1846
February 6, 1846
Age 31
Council Bluff, Pttwtt, IA
1848
February 14, 1848
Age 33
Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, Iowa
1850
September 27, 1850
Age 36
West Jordan, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
1852
August 26, 1852
Age 38
West Jordon, Salt Lake, Utah, USA