Joseph HORNE [4576]
(Cir 1815-After 1861)


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1. Mary Isabella HALES [4575]

Joseph HORNE [4576] 1 2

  • Born: Cir 1815 1 2
  • Marriage (1): Mary Isabella HALES [4575] on 9 May 1836 in Toronto Canada 1
  • Died: After 1861 1

bullet  General Notes:

Joseph departed 17th June 1847 overland to Salt lake city with Edward Hunter. The were 197 individuals and 72 wagons the journey began in the outfitting post on the Elkhorn River about 27miles west of Winter quarters Nebraska.

extract taken from Josephs autobiogaphy.
We left camp on the 26th August. While there is room in the wagons for some to ride, many have to walk. William Spencer is our teamster. As we journey from day to day the people alternate so that none walked all the way. on the 30th and 31st our teamster went with othes to hunt Antelope and I drove the team. Some Antelopes were killed. On Sunday 6th our meeting was cut short by a shower of rain. Harry Carroll was tried for stealing, found guilty. He was dipped in Platte River, then marched around the corral with a log chain to each ankle. When we reached the camps for men working on Pres B. Youngs R.R. contract, several men left us and went to work.


Joseph married Mary Isabella HALES [4575] [MRIN: 1320], daughter of Stephen HALES [4546] and Mary Eliza Ann HALES [4463], on 9 May 1836 in Toronto Canada.1 (Mary Isabella HALES [4575] was born on 20 Nov 1818 in Rainham, Kent, England. 1 2, christened on 20 Nov 1818 in Rainham, Kent, England, died on 25 Aug 1905 in Salt Lake City Utah U.S.A. 1 2 and was buried on 29 Aug 1905 in Salt Lake City Utah U.S.A..)



1 Correspondence (Email).

2 Gedcom, Gedcom - from Ernie Davis.

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