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Hall, Aug 3 Salmon Falls, Sept 4 Blue Mountains, Sept 20 Barlows Gate, Sept 28 reach Foster's Farm. [Covered Wagon Women Vol 5 p.21-173 Journal and Letters of Scott Family]*20): Clifton Read company left Marengo, IL ; arrived Kanesville, IA , June 23 Chimney Rock, July `10 Independence Rock; July 19 South Pass, Aug 4, Soda Springs; Aug 10, Fort Hall, Sept 21 Blue Mountains*24) Jones Family Train; captained by Jacob Jones this train consisted of 49 known individuals, all family members with the exception of 7 individuals.The train started from Northfield, Indiana, on the 15th of March, 1852, and reached The Dalles, Oregon, on the 19th of September.The company traveled closely with other family groups including the Richey train.They arrived at Kanesville, Iowa May 8, 1852 and left from there.They started from Indiana and crossed the Missouri River at Council Bluffs, taking the Oregon Trail up the Platte River, and after a six month journey they arrived at The Dalles on September 28, remaining there until December. On the trip to Oregon they lost five members to cholera. Anson Goodrich headed up a train that started at Lima, Rock County, WI., joined April 3, 1852 with train consisting of Crandall and Coon families who had left Lima, Rock Co, Wi on Mar 29, 1852; joined May 2 by Haywood, Mc Graw and Kinney families; arrived at Kanesville, IA May 18th; June 4 joined by 4 more wagons making 14 wagons and 30 men; July 6 Independence Rock; July 13 South Pass; July 29 Fort Hall [Covered Wagon Women, Vol 5, p.173-206 Polly Crandall Coon Diary]*14) Capt.
There were 46 people on the train (This is the only number I found). Each wagon was drawn by three or four yoke of oxen, that would be over one hundred fifty. Sarah JONES; Mark Dugan JONES; William Lemley JONES (buried near The Dalles)"; source: Paul Rekow's Family Tree *11) Capt.It is thought that as many as 1,000 may have turned back.Death definitely took a toll and then there were those who, at the last minute, turned off for California.The diaries and journals available for that year mention seeing wagons "as far as the eye can see" both ahead and behind.While it has been estimated that over 10,000 adventurous souls started out for Oregon in 1852, an accounting of how many actually arrived is hard to determine.
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Also notes that on June 26 a fight broke out in camp between a man and his son-in-law.