1970, July 27: Reda (Ricks) Allen dies in Preston, Idaho. (10)
1963, November: Rose Young (Rosina Barfus) moves from Preston, Idaho
to an apartment across the street from the Logan, Utah temple. (43)
1963, February 10: Heber Allen dies at age 76. (10)
1951, December 24: Howard and Irene Young move into the new house
he built across the creek from their old one. He started the house in
1949, July 21: George Young dies in Preston, Idaho. The funeral
was held on the 26th. (43, 44)
1946 February 27: George Henry Jeffs dies at the home of his son,
Henry Jeffs, in Rigby, Idaho and is buried in the Ucon, Idaho cemetery.
1944, November 23: Axel Edward Matson marries Florence Margaret Bills
in Vancouver, Washington. He was working as a gardener in a large hospital
and she worked there as a cleaning woman. (40)
1944, November 21: Joel Ricks Jr. dies after passing into a coma.
Earlier that month, he cast his vote as a life-long Republican and died before
seeing the Democratic victory. (12)
1943: Heber Allen and his wife move to a 9,000 acre cattle ranch near
Soda Springs, Idaho. (1)
1942, May 20: Howard Young marries Irene Allen and they live in the
ranch house in Thatcher, Idaho. They share the house with Howard's brother
Brig and his wife Vera for several months until Brig finishes his new house.
1941, March 26: Henry Heber Allen Sr. dies in Logan, Utah and is buried
in the Richmond, Utah cemetery. (2)
1937, July 12: Elgena (Poulsen) Allen dies of a lingering illness
and dropsy in Logan, Utah. She is buried in the family plot in Richmond,
1936: Joel Ricks Jr. spends 2 years in Virginia copying genealogical
1931, February 9: Nathan Groom Sr. dies in Ucon, Idaho at the age
of 94. (38)
1928, February 5: Emma Elizabeth (Hill) Groom dies in Ucon, Idaho
at the age of 88. (39)
1926: Joel Ricks Jr., at age 68, serves a six-month mission in the
1926: George Young and his sons buy a farm in the foothills west of
Thatcher, Idaho and move there in early spring of 1927. (43, 44)
1920, December 8: Susannah (Goudin) Cardon dies at the home of her
daughter Sarah in Logan, she was 87 years old. Her funeral is held in
the Logan Tabernacle on the 11th. (24, 26)
1920: Henry Allen retires from farming and moves with his wife from
Cove to Logan, Utah. (2)
1919, January 2: Susette (Cardon) Ricks dies of a stroke. Two
of her sons were serving in World War I at the time. (11)
1918, October: The Spanish Influenza strikes Idaho. It kills
between 600,000-800,000 in the United States and perhaps as many as 40 million
worldwide, making it the most devastating epidemic in world history. See
an account of the flu in Georgia
for an idea of what it was like.
1918: All of George Young's family except him are stricken with the
Spanish Influenza. They all recover. (43)
1918: Heber Allen and his wife Reda are stricken with the Spanish
Influenza. They both recover, but Heber's sister, who was pregnant, dies
of the illness. (1)
1916: George Young buys forty acres from George T. Benson (father
of President Ezra Taft Benson). This property was two miles east of Preston
in the new 5th Ward, nicknamed "Egypt" because of the fertile wheat and corn
1915, February 29: John Henry Peterson Sr. dies of cancer of the stomach
and is buried in Ovid, Idaho. (29)
1915, February 12: John Paul Cardon dies in Logan, Utah at the age
of 76. (21)
1914, June 28: Jane (Smith) Skinner dies at age 83 in Nounan, Idaho.
1913, January: Paul and Susannah Cardon move back to Logan, Utah.
1911, November 25: Christina Matson dies. (40)
1911, November 18: John Matson dies of pneumonia. (40)
1910, December 10: George Henry Taylor dies in Mill Creek, Utah at
age 74. (48)
1910: Heber and Reda Allen move to Banida, Idaho. (1)
1909, September 29: Heber Allen and Reda Ricks are married in the
Logan Temple by William Budge, the Temple President. (1)
1908, October 2: Howard B. Young is born in Preston, Idaho.
1908: John Henry Peterson, Jr. moves with his family to Garfield,
Idaho where he homesteads on 40 acres. (28)
1907, March 27: John Henry Peterson, Jr. marries Florence Mary Jeffs
in Ucon, Bonneville, Idaho by Wm. Poll. (28)
1906, before June: George and Rose Young move into a home in Preston,
Idaho that George built. (43)
1904, March 14: Axel Edward Matson marries Jennie May Sanders at Annis,
1904: Joel Ricks Jr. purchases the Logan Republican newspaper.
He later sells it to Fred Turner. (11)
1903, February: Joel Ricks Jr. leaves for his first trip to South
America to find the places described in the Book of Mormon. He later takes
more trips and writes several books about the Book of Mormon. (12)
1902, August 4: Clarissa May (Crapo) Matson dies of diphtheria leaving
two small children who go to live with their grandparents. (40)
1901, November 29: Edith Pearl Morgan is born. (45)
1901, May 15: Rosina Barfus marries George Young in the Logan temple.
1901, March: Eliza Ann (Bickmore) Allen dies. (6)
1900: Joel Ricks Jr. starts the Ogden Knitting Factory which he manages
for several years before selling it. (11, 13)
1899, June 27: John Skinner dies at age 77. (32)
1899: Paul Cardon is called on a genealogy mission to Switzerland,
he returns on March 1, 1901. (22)
1898, December 12: Axel Edward (Ed) Matson marries Clarissa (Clara)
May Crapo. (40)
1898, September 6: Reda Ricks is baptized a member of the LDS church
in the Logan Temple by Lawrence Peterson and confirmed by Joseph E. Cowley.
1895, February 10: Paul Cardon is ordained a High Priest by Apostle
Marriner W. Merrill and set apart as first counselor to Bishop Henry W. Ballard,
of Benson Ward. (22)
1892, October 7: George Jeffs and his family move from Utah to Willow
Creek, Idaho, near Ucon. (36, 37)
1892: Henry Allen serves a mission in the Indian Territory and Oklahoma.
He leaves an ailing wife, a new baby, and a large family behind. (2)
1892: Joel Ricks Jr. starts a produce company in Logan, Utah.
It doesn't prove to be successful. (11)
1892: Paul Cardon and his family move to Benson Ward, Utah and build
a home. (22)
1891, June 12: Sarah Beriah (Fiske) (Allen) Ricks dies. (18)
1890, March 15: Reda Ricks is born at Springville, Utah. (10)
1888, December 5: John Matson's family moves from Ogden to La Belle,
Idaho. John was a mason and laid the foundations for all the buildings
that had stone foundations, including the school and the church. (40)
1887, February 6: George Henry Jeffs marries Annie Groom in Buttlerville,
1887: Paul Cardon is forced in exile (for polygamy?) and has to sell
his home and property to pay his debts. (22)
1886, December 15: Joshua Brigham Morgan marries Lucy Jane Taylor
in La Belle, Idaho. (45)
1886, April 11: Henry Heber Allen Jr. (Heber) is born in Cove, Utah.
1886, March 19: Mary Jane (Skinner) Peterson dies of "milk fever"
in Ovid, Idaho. She is buried in Nounan, Idaho. (28)
1885, June 5: Mary (Butterly) Gillet dies in Tooele, Utah at age 70.
1884: Nathan Groom and his family emigrate from England to Salt Lake
1884: John Matson and his family travel from their home in Upsala,
Sweden to Stokholm, then Copenhagen and New York City. They ride for 10
days in box cars to get to Ogden, Utah, where they live for 4 years. (40,
1883: Joshua Brigham Morgan moves to La Belle, Idaho. (45)
1882, August 18: Johannes and Elizabeth Barfus leave Switzerland for
America with their three young children and two relatives. They traveled in
steerage on the ship "Wyoming", arriving in New York City on September 12. Daughter
Rosina's name was changed to Rosetta when they went through Customs. They traveled
by train to Logan and settled in Providence, Utah. (43)
1882, May 17: George Jeffs arrives in Salt Lake City and makes his
home in Big Cottonwood. Another source lists his arrival as June 4.
1882, April 10: Henry Allen and Elgena Poulsen are married in the
Endowment House in Salt Lake City. (2, 7)
1882, March 12: Rosina (Rosetta or Rose) Barfus is born in Roataback,
Bern, Switzerland. (43)
1882, March: Elizabeth (Hardman) Morgan Birch dies in Mill Creek,
1881, October 29: John Henry Peterson, Jr. is born in Ovid, Bear Lake,
1881, March 18: Henry Peterson (Henrik or Henrich Pehrson) dies in
Lander, Wyoming. (30)
1881, January 13: Joel Ricks Jr. and Susette Cardon were married in
the Salt Lake Endowment House and moved to Eagle Rock, Idaho (now called Idaho
Falls). Their first home was an abandoned rail car. (11, 19)
1881: Joel Ricks Jr. is elected as Selectman of Cache County under
the Peoples Party Rule. He had charge of erecting the Country Courthouse
in Logan. (11)
1880, October 14: John Henry Peterson Sr. and Mary Jane Skinner are
married in the Endowment House in Salt Lake City. (29)
1880: Paul and Susannah Cardon start the Cache Valley House, the first
hotel in Logan. (24)
1877: Henry Peterson moves from Ovid, Idaho to Lander, Wyoming.
1876, December: John Skinner completes a new log home and a dairy
barn in Nounan, Idaho. The first school in the valley is held in one room
of the barn. On December 8, Nephi Aaron Skinner is born, becoming the
first white child born in the valley. (35)
1876, October: Joel Ricks Jr. attended conference and was called in
the afternoon session to serve a mission to the United States, St. Louis district.
He was ordained an Elder on January 3rd of that year, but was ordained a Seventy
and set apart for his mission on October 9th by John Taylor. On the 19th
he was endowed in the Salt Lake Endowment House. (11)
1875, December 18: Axel Edward (Ed) Matson is born in Upsala, Sweden.
1875, December 12: John Matson joins the LDS church in Sweden.
1875, June 1: At the request of the church, John Skinner moves from
Providence, Utah to Nounan, Idaho where he ranches and runs a cheese factory.
(32, 34, 35)
1874, August 24: Joel Ricks Jr. and two friends, Hyrum Ricks and Lyman
Martineau, organized a study group called "The Young Peoples Bible Society"
and "The Young Peoples Educational Society." (11)
1874, March 10: George Young is born in Kaysville, Utah. (43)
1872, August 21: Helga (Olsen) (Poulsen) Kingsford dies at age 36
from complications after giving birth. (9)
1872: George Jeffs is baptized a member of the LDS church in England.
1870, August 8: George Lowe Young marries Julia Widdison Reeves in
Kaysville, Utah. George had no children by his first wife, Helen Bunting,
and was urged to take a second wife, Julia, who was 29 and had never been married.
This was a polygamist marriage. (43)
1870: Paul and Susannah Cardon build their adobe home and hotel, the
Cache Valley House. (27)
1868, July 14: Abraham Reeves and his family arrive in New York on
the ship "John Bright".
1868: John Skinner and his family leave New York to travel to Utah.
At Laramie, Wyoming, they join the Captain William S. Sealy wagon company, which
departs on August 1. They settle in Providence, Utah. (32, 33)
1868: Paul Cardon is set apart as one of the seven presidents of the
64th quorum of seventy. (22)
1867: Henry Peterson and his family move from Logan, Utah to Bear
Lake Valley -- first in Montpelier and then Ovid, Idaho. They live in
a dugout house and had only boiled wheat to eat that first winter. (29,
1866, April 12: Elijah Allen dies at Fort Harriman, Utah. Later
that year, his family moves to Cove, Utah. (3)
1866, March 7: Annie Groom is born in Chilton Green, England.
1865, April 15: Joshua Hague Gillet dies in Milton, Utah at age 56.
1865: Peter Maughn asks Paul Cardon to help build a road from Logan
to St. Charles, Utah, near Bear Lake. He works with Thomas Ricks, Jos.
Rich, and Josiah Ricks. It takes the next five years, working 3 or 4 months
each year to complete the work. (21, 23)
1864, December 28: George Henry Jeffs is born at the house on the
end of Feather Bed Lane, Two Waters, Hemel Hempstead, Hertsfordshire, England.
1864, September 20: George Taylor and his wife arrive in Salt Lake
City and settle in Mill Creek, Utah. (48)
1864, April 26: George Henry Taylor marries Lucy Hughes and travels
to Liverpool to get ready to emigrate to Salt Lake City. (48)
1864, March 28: Nathan Groom Sr. and Emma Elizabeth Hill are married
and make their home in Chilton Green, Bedfordshire, England. (38)
1862, December 9: Joshua Brigham Morgan is born in Mill Creek, Utah.
1862, March 11: Henry Heber Allen Sr. is born in Fort Herriman, Utah.
1862: Paul Cardon is ordained a Seventy and set apart as an acting
teacher and home missionary in Logan Fourth Ward. (22)
1861, December 29: John Matson marries Christina E. Abrahamson in
1861, June 28: Neils Poulsen dies in Franklin, Idaho after being soaked
in a rain storm. (8)
1861, June 23: Susette Cardon is born in Logan, Utah on the doorstep
of their house. (19, 20)
1861, February 22: Mary Jane Skinner is born in Elba, New York.
1861: George Taylor is called as a missionary to the Herefordshire
Conference, in England. He serves for 10 months and then is appointed
to preside over the Worcester Conference until the spring of 1864. (48)
1861-62: Henry Peterson moves to Logan, Utah and runs a flour mill
at the mouth of Logan Canyon. (30)
1860, September 22: Elgena Poulsen is born in a dugout house in Richmond,
1860, April: Paul Cardon moves his family to Logan, Utah and is selected
to be one of the Minute Men, formed to protect the settlers against the Indians.
He was commissioned as a first lieutenant of calvary and accompanied Brigham
Young several times in this capacity. He plants 40 bushel of wheat that
spring but only harvests seven because of the grasshoppers. (22, 23,
1859, September 16: William and Charlotte Gilson and their children arrive in Salt Lake City.
They left Port Elizabeth, South Africa in March, arriving in Boston, Massachussetts
on May 19 aboard the ship "Alacrity". Then they took train and boat to Omaha, Nebraska and left
Council Bluffs in June with a wagon train. (50, 51)
1859, September 4: Henry Peterson and his family arrive in the Salt
Lake Valley with the George Rowley handcart company. They left England
April 11 on the "William Tapscott." They crossed in 31 days, landing in
New York, then traveled on the steamer "Isaac Newton" to Albany, and then by
train to St. Joseph, Missouri. Finally, they sailed to Florence, Nebraska
where they got their handcarts, leaving on June 9. (29, 31)
1859, July 21: Joel Ricks Sr. and his family move to Logan, Utah.
They build a cabin on the Southwest corner of what are now Main and Center streets.
Joel is the only man to spend the winter of '59 in Logan. Another report
sets the date as the 23rd. (11, 12, 14)
1859: Phillipe and Paul Cardon move to Logan and help build the first
1858, August 26: Neils Poulsen and Helga Olsen are married.
1858, July 21: Joel Ricks Jr. is born in Farmington, Davis County,
Utah Territory. (11)
1858, July 9: Neils Poulsen arrives in the Salt Lake Valley with the
Horace S. Eldredge Company. He arrived in New York aboard the "John
Bright" on April 24. (8, 9)
1858, February 14: George Taylor is ordained a Priest and set apart
as the Branch President of the Brainton, England branch. Later he is ordained
an Elder by Elder Charles W. Penrose and appointed to preside over the Hereford
1858, Spring: Paul Cardon sends his wife and child to Spanish Fork
in preparation for Johnston's Army. Paul is asked to stay and guard property
Ogden, under the direction of General C. W. West. (22)
1857, September 13: Helga Olsen arrives in the Salt Lake Valley with
the Christian Christiansen Company, made up mostly of handcarts, who left Iowa
City, Iowa, on June 15, 1857. (9)
1857, August 10: John Henry Peterson, Sr. is born in Sweden.
1857, July 16: George Taylor joins the LDS church in England.
1857, March 16: Paul Cardon and Susannah Goudin are married.
1857: Nathan Groom Sr. joins the LDS church in England. (38)
1856, Fall: Paul Cardon is ordained an Elder and spends the fall and
winter in Echo Canyon and Lost Creek building fortifications to delay Johnston's
army. He was a member of Captain Lot Smith's company most of the time.
1856, September 26: Susannah Goudin arrived in the Salt Lake Valley,
having traveled with the first handcart company under Edmund Elsworth.
She came with the Peter Staley (Pierre Stalle) family, who were relatives, and
pulled the handcart the entire distance. She left Liverpool, England on
the ship John J. Boyd on December 12, 1855 with 508 saints under the direction
of Knud Peterson. They landed in New York on March 15. She rode to St.
Louis by train and then traveled to Florence, Nebraska. Her future husband's
second wife was two years old at the time and rode to Utah in Susannah's handcart.
Paul and Phillip Cardon take Susannah and the Stalle family to Brigham's (Bingham's?)
Fort, near Ogden, and help them build a dugout house for the winter. (19,
21, 24, 25, 27)
1856, March 20: Henry Peterson and his family join the LDS church
in Sweden. (30)
1856: John Skinner emigrates from England and settles in New York
where he farms for several years. They leave Liverpool on Nov 18, 1856
on the "Columbia" with leader J. Williams. Their son John Alexander is
born December 11, during the voyage. (32)
1855: Neils Poulsen serves a mission in his native Denmark.
By January 1, 1856 he is serving in Drammen, Norway. He also serves in
Christiania, Copenhagen, and other places in Norway. Many join the Church
including 82 in a period of five weeks. (8)
1854, October 29: Phillipe Cardon and his family arrive in the Salt
Lake Valley, having crossed the plains with the Robert Campbell Company.
They crossed the Atlantic on the "The John M. Wood," arriving in New Orleans
on May 1. Paul Cardon drives an ox team for the family. They settle
in Mound Fort, in Weber county. (21, 22)
1854: Joel Ricks Sr. experiences the miracle of the crickets being
blown into the Salt Lake, then being eaten by seagulls. He has a farm
in Centerville. (14)
1853: Phillipe and Martha Cardon are the second family in Italy to
join the LDS church. (21)
1853: Susannah Goudin is baptized a member of the LDS church by George
Dennis Kettin and confirmed by Jabez Woodward in Piedmont, Italy. (24)
1853: John and Ann Morgan travel from England to Salt Lake City.
1852, October 26: Sarah (Fiske) Allen marries Joel Ricks Sr, becoming
his second wife. (17)
1852, September 14: Sarah (Fiske) Allen arrives in the Salt Lake Valley
with her family. (16)
1852, August 12: Andrew and Clarinda Allen arrive in the Salt Lake
Valley with the John M. Higbee company. (4)
1852, May 9: Neils Poulsen is baptized a member of the LDS church
by Ole Nielson. He is confirmed on May 16 by A. J. Abmanson and ordained
an Elder on December 13, 1854. (8)
1852, June 24: Helga Olsen is baptized a member of the LDS church.
1852, May 2: Elijah Allen and Eliza Ann Bickmore are married.
1852: Joshua Gillet and his family move from Afton, Illinois to Salt
Lake City. (47)
1851, February 7: Paul Cardon is baptized a member of the LDS church
by Elder George D. Keaton, in Italy. (22)
1851, January: George Taylor begins as an apprentice to a blacksmith,
John Lucas, in Credenhill, England. (48)
1850, September 30: William Lowe Young marries Helen Bunting in England.
1850?: Jonathan Crapo travels to Utah with his parents. They
joined the LDS church while he stayed with his grandparents. He joined
after arriving in Utah. (42)
1849, June 27: Ezra H. Allen, Sarah Beriah Fiske's first husband,
is killed by Indians in Amador County, California while traveling to Utah.
1849, May 21: John Skinner and his family join the LDS church in Bristol,
England. One of the missionaries was Orson Pratt. Another source
lists the date as May 26. (32, 34)
1849: Joshua Gillet, his wife Mary, and their 6 children emigrate
from England to Alton, Illinois. While enroute across the ocean one child
died and was buried at sea. (47)
1848, September: Joel Ricks Sr. and his family arrive in the Salt
Lake Valley, settle in Bountiful and build a saw mill. (14)
1848, June 6: Joel Ricks Sr. miraculously escapes harm when fired
upon by Indians while attempting to rescue his son Thomas who was reported to
have been wounded or killed by the same Indians. This happened while they
were camped on the West bank of the Elkhorn river. (15)
1848, May: Elijah Allen and about a dozen others arrive in the Salt
Lake Valley with 200 head of cattle from California, purchased for the Church.
He farmed at the mouth of Red Butte Canyon that summer but his crops were destroyed
by crickets. Later that year, he left with Miles Goodyear to return to
the States. (3)
1848, Spring: Joel Ricks Sr. and his family join the wagon company
leaving for Salt Lake under the leadership of Heber C.Kimball. This company
consisted of 2417 souls and 792 wagons and was probably one of the largest caravans
that ever crossed the great plains. (14)
~1848: John Skinner marries Jane Smith in England and they make their
home in Temple Point, Bristol, England. (32, 33)
1847, July 16: Elijah Allen is discharged from the Mormon Battalion
and works at the San Gabriel Mission in California until February 1848.
1846, July: Elijah Allen and Ezra Allen join the Mormon Battalion.
1846, April 27: Joel Ricks Sr., after leaving Nauvoo, crosses the
Mississippi River at Fort Madison and crosses Iowa to make a temporary residence
at Silver Creek, near Council Bluffs. (14)
1846, April 27: Sarah (Fiske) Allen and her family leave Nauvoo, Illinois
and travel to Mt. Pisgah. They stay for some time, then travel to Council
Bluffs and encamp nearby, at a place called Musketol. (16)
1846, February: Elijah Allen leaves Nauvoo, Illinois driving a team
of horses for Brigham Young. He joins Company B of the Mormon Battalion.
1845, August: Joel Ricks Sr. moves his family to Nauvoo, Illinois.
1845: William and Charlotte Gilson leave Melton, Leicestershire, England to
make their home near Uitenhage, South Africa. (50)
1844, April 6: Sarah (Fiske) Allen and her husband attend a church
conference in the Nauvoo Temple, hearing Joseph Smith preach for the first time.
1843, May: Sarah (Fiske) Allen is baptized a member of the LDS church
by Amasa Lyman. (16)
1843-44: Henry Peterson marries Bengta Nillsson (Bertha). (30)
1842, Winter: Sarah (Fiske) Allen and her husband move to Nauvoo,
1842, March 20: Joel Ricks Sr. visits Nauvoo, Illinois and is greatly
impressed after several interviews with Joseph Smith and other prominent members.
1841, June 6: Joel Ricks Sr. is baptized a member of the LDS church
by Elder George Boosinger. (14)
1840, June 22: Emma Elizabeth Hill is born in Offley parish, Hertfordshire, England. (39)
1839, December 28: John Paul Cardon, who went by Paul, is born in
Pinerolla, Piedmont, Italy. (21)
1838, February 13: John Matson is born in Sweden. (41)
1837, December 25: Sarah Beriah Fiske marries Ezra Allen and they move
to Madrid, New York. (16)
1837, July 18: Nathan Groom Sr. is born at Breachwood Green, Kings
Walden parish, Hertfordshire, England. (38)
1837, January 2: Andrew Allen attends a meeting of the Kirtland Safety
1836, May 6: Helga Olsen is born at Holtsong, Holts, Norway.
1836: Elijah Allen is baptized as a member of the LDS church
in Kirtland, Ohio by Elder Sidney Rigdon. (3)
1835, December 22: George Henry Taylor is born in Credenhill parish,
Herefordshire, England. (48)
1833, September 19: Neils Christian Poulsen is born in Slagelse, SorÝ,
1833, September 11: Andrew Lee Allen is baptized a member of the LDS church by
Ezra Landen in New York state, probably in Genesso or Bath. He is
the first of all our ancestors to join the church. (49)
1833, July 30: Susannah Goudin is born in Prarustin, Piedmont, Italy.
1831, May 26: Jane Smith is born at Bishops Nympton parish, Devon, England.
1830, February 4: Jonathon Collins Crapo is born at New Bedford, Massachusetts.
1830, January 29: Eliza Ann Bickmore is born in Madison, Illinois.
~1830: Joel Ricks Sr. and his wife join the Campbellite church.
1829, September 12: Joel Ricks Sr. and his family move to a farm on
Silver Creek about 20 miles east of Alton, Illinois. (14)
1827, May 1: Joel Ricks Sr. and Eleanor Martin marry. (14)
1826, February 7: Elijah Allen is born in Burton, Cattaraugus county,
New York. (3)
1825: Andrew Allen marries Clarinda Knapp. (4)
1822, May 30: John Skinner is born in Swimbridge parish, Devon, England.
1819, September 1: Sarah Beriah Fiske is born in Potsdam, St. Lawrence
County, New York. (16)
1813, March 27: Henry Peterson (Henrik or Henrich Pehrson) is born
in Weirstov, Malmohus, Sweden. (30)
1808, July 8: Joshua Hague Gillet was born in Sheffield parish, Yorshire,
1804, February 18: Joel Ricks Sr. is born on the Donaldson Creek farm
in Trigg County, Kentucky. (14)
1802, August 10: Clarinda Knapp is born. (4)
1791, November 24: Andrew Lee Allen is born in Limeric Parsonfield,
New Hampshire. (4)
?: William White and Susanna Fuller White come to America on the Mayflower.