Statistics of Winter Quarters Eighteenth Ward

All family members of the head of the household living within the Ward boundaries are listed prior to their departure West or through 1853, whichever occurred first. Some of these children may have been married or died and were not living with the family when the Ward census was taken. The Winter Quarters wards were only in place from 1846-1848, at which time the government required the Latter-day Saints, who were on Indian lands, to move back to the east side of the Missouri River.

To view and/or download the GEDCOM for the Winter Quarters Eighteenth Ward Residential Area, click here: WARD 18

*Please note that all individuals included in the GEDCOM file did not necessarily live at Winter Quarters. They are only included as family members of those who did reside at Winter Quarters.



Bishop: John Vance

Number of members: 85 as of 31 December 1846

# Indicates members of the ward as listed by “Winter Quarter Wards Index to Membership Lists: 1846-1848”.
( ) indicates spelling, if different.

Only soldier's wives and widows were listed for this ward.  The term "widow" does not necessarily mean the husband has died.  It just means that the woman is living alone.

Those members in “bold type” are most likely the ones in the current family.

Multiple wives are indicated by ( ) after the name.

Residents:
  
Andrews, John
# Andrews, Abigail Kerr (Andrews, Abigail) (Widow, living with Margaret Rainy) (67)
  
Andrews, Emeline
   Andrews, Joseph Albert W. (died in Nauvoo)
   Andrews, Jane
  
Campbell, Jonathan (Mormon Battalion)
   Campbell, Charity Fuller
   Campbell, Abail William
# Campbell, Abail (Campbell Bial) (Family of Jonathan in Army) (11)
   Campbell, Nephi (9)
   Campbell, Emma (8)
  
Campbell, Alma
   Campbell, William
   Campbell, Charity A.
   Cutler, Moses
# Cutler, Henrietta Clarinda Miller (Cutler, Henrietta Clarinda) (Widow) (23)
   Cutler Philinda (2)
  
Gribble, John
# Gribble, Sabra Granger (Granger, Sabra) (Widow) (52)
  
Hoyt, Henry Pike (Mormon Battalion)
   Hoyt, Irena Elizabeth Lincoln (Hoyt, Irena E.) (Soldier's wife) (27)
   Hoyt, Don Carlos (2)
   Hoyt, Carmelia Paulina (8 m)
# Lincoln, Sarah (Living with the Irena Hoyt family) (46)

   Rainy, David Pinkney
# Rainy, Margaret Minerva Andrews (Rainy, Margaret M.) (Soldier's wife) (30)
   Rappleye, Ammon Tunnis 
# Rappleye, Louisa Elizabeth Cutler (Rappalee, Louisa) (Widow) (31)
   Rappleye, Lauraetta (Rappalee, Lauraetta) (6)
   Rappleye, Clarissa Samantha (Rappalee, Clarissa Samantha) (4)
   Rappleye, Ammon Llewellyn (Rappalee, Ammon Luellen) (2)
# Vance, John (Bishop)
   Vance, Elizabeth Campbell
   Vance, Martha Jane
   Vance, Mary Elizabeth
   Vance, Lehi Moroni

# Wardle, John (Gone to Missouri to work for outfit) (31)
   Wardle, Harriet Ball (Wardle, Harriet) (32)
   Wardle, Alice Ann (Wardle, Allis) (8)


Members in the Mormon Battalion

Campbell, Jonathan (Private, Company E)
Hoyt, Henry Pike (Private, Company A)
Rainy, David Pinkney (1st Corp., Company B)
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Residents Who Died at Winter Quarters (3) (3.5%)

*Click on the grave number to see a map of the Winter Quarters Pioneer Cemetery

Campbell, Charity Fuller
Grave #63
Campbell, Charity A.
Grave #70
Vance, Lehi Moroni
Cutler's Park #21

Information taken from Jensen, Carlyle B. and Gail Geo. Holmes, A “Grave” Experience at the Mormon Pioneer Winter Quarters Cemetery, October 1999.