Pony Creek Residents

Notes


Perry Durfee

The death in San Bernardino makes more sense than the Missouri death because Perry was over in the west with his family and wife where many of them died.


Moroni Durfee

I have not been able to locate the death date for him.


Perry Durfee

The death in San Bernardino makes more sense than the Missouri death because Perry was over in the west with his family and wife where many of them died.


Perry Durfee

The death in San Bernardino makes more sense than the Missouri death because Perry was over in the west with his family and wife where many of them died.


William Durfee

This child could also be one of Ruth's Children but was placed here because no specific mother was sourced to this person.


Jedediah Durfee

This child could also be one of Ruth's Children but was placed here because no specific mother was sourced to this person.


Moses Isaac Gardner

Kearney is now in the Buffalo county of Nebraska which was formed after Moses's death. He also most likely died en route to Utah on the Mormon Trail.


Polly Ann Pierson

The PRF record says she was buried in Colorado Springs, El Paso, Colorado in July but in 1852 it was a physical impossibility to transport someone that distance in two days.


Matilda Gardner

She was married in 1833 in Ohio to Asa Holmes Anson so I am unsure whether she and her husband actually lived in Iowa or Winter Quarters but they did end up living rather close to those sites for the rest of their lives.


Alvin A. Gardner

I believe that this person passed away close to thier birth.


Lorin S. Gardner

Married Hannah Williams Liston in February 13, 1853 in Glenwood, Mills, Iowa.


Jane Gardner

She is a twin sister of James Harvey Gardner.