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Robert Hammond (1821 - 1901)

Reference: FamilySearch Family Tree - SmartCopy : May 7 2016, 20:07:06 UTC

5/7/2016 5/7/2016

Margaret Sophie Thomas (1819 - 1904)

The Anaconda Standard -- January 18, 1904 DEATH OF MRS. MARGARET S. THOMAS -- One of the First White Women to Arrive in Montana and One of the First Settlers in the Deer Lodge Valley Succumbs to Dise...

5/17/2011 10/9/2012

10/16/2009 3/21/2012

Took part in the Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel - John W. Woolley Company (1863) Departure: 9 August 1863 Arrival: 4, 8 October 1863 Company Information: About 200 individuals were in the compa...

4/24/2011 3/21/2012

Took part in the Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel - John W. Woolley Company (1863) Departure: 9 August 1863 Arrival: 4, 8 October 1863 Company Information: About 200 individuals were in the compa...

10/16/2009 3/21/2012

Took part in the Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel - John W. Woolley Company (1863) Departure: 9 August 1863 Arrival: 4, 8 October 1863 Company Information: About 200 individuals were in the compa...

8/9/2008 3/21/2012

George Henry Sparrell (1831 - 1911)

Took part in the Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel - John W. Woolley Company (1863) Departure: 9 August 1863 Arrival: 4, 8 October 1863 Company Information: About 200 individuals were in the compa...

5/21/2009 3/21/2012

Abbie L. Mason (c.1856 - 1932)

Took part in the Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel - John W. Woolley Company (1863) Departure: 9 August 1863 Arrival: 4, 8 October 1863 Company Information: About 200 individuals were in the com...

10/16/2009 3/21/2012

Jason Reid Luce MP (1830 - 1864)

He was a trader (1860) and a member of the Bill Hickman Gang, sometimes called Hickman's Hounds , a notorious LDS gang. He was executed by the State of Utah for the murder of Samuel Bunting in a knife ...

11/16/2010 3/19/2012

Wilford Woodruff Luce, Sr. MP (1838 - 1906)

"Will Luce", "erroneously called William Luce"

He was a farmer, mail carrier (1860-1861), freighter (1869), wagon boss for Hooper & Knowlton, and laborer (1890). Biography His parents converted to Mormonism in early 1838 and set out in the fall...

5/10/2009 3/19/2012