[not pictured: Daniel Tyler of Company C, 1821-1906, Abner Blackburn of Company C, 1827-1904] Standard-Examiner, Saturday, May 28, 1983- by Lou Gladwell. Final Muster Roll of Companies B and C and of the Re-enlistment Company which was called Company A. One of his wives, Mary McRee, and her son George David, also traveled with the Mormon Battalion. Although the Mormon Battalion never engaged in an actual battle, it earned a rightful place in the history of the West. Page 4. The battalion was organized with 503 men and 46 women and children. Cousin Henry Simon Dalton was a private in Company B. Page 2. ormon Battalion Association™ Our theme is a repeating upward spiral of heritage, service, and legacy.To only retrospectively honor the heritage of the original Mormon Battalion is but a hollow sham if we learn nothing from their humble sacrifice. (John Brown was the Capt. Mexican War Service Records 1845-1848. It was a … Mormon Battalion, Utah. The sources searched include the following primary documents: 1. Available at the LDS Church Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah. Page 6C: All survivors shown in a photo of the 50th anniversary of the Mormon Battalion have now been identified. The battalion made an arduous march of nearly 2,000 miles from Council Bluffs, Iowa, to San Diego, California, led by Mormon company officers under the command of United States Army officers. Page 7. Mormon Battalion Roster, Utah. Pension records of many of the Battalion … of company D. with 14 people in the Company Headquarters … The battalion was a volunteer unit of between 534 and 559 Latter-day Saint men, led by Mormon company officers commanded by regular U. MUSTER OUT ROLL of DANIEL C. DAVIS’ COMPANY E, of the Mormon Battalion, the 16th day of July, 1847, when discharge by expiration of term of service.. All ‘Joined for Service and Enrolled at the General Rendezvous,’ July 16, 1846, at Council Bluffs, Iowa, and all were ‘Mustered Into Service’ at the same place and on the same date. Page 8. Page 3. James was the Captain of Company C, and his two sons served in his company as privates. The compiler, MAJ Carl V. Larson US MORMON BATTALION INC., has spent the last 20 years in researching and documenting the names which comprise this roster. Taken from A DOCUMENTED, RESEARCHED ROSTER OF THE MORMON BATTALION. 4. Henry (Harry) Dalton was a member of The Mormon Battalion (1847- 1848) Company D along with his brother Edward. Mary’s job was to do the laundry for 16 men. DR William Walker Rust, 14 Aug 1807, 38 years, 18 Sep 1894, 84 years, Company C and Willis Sick Detachment, one of three Mormon doctors in Battalion PVT Richard Twiggs Sanders, 31 May 1828, 18 years, 1858, 30 years, Company E Page 5. US Government Pension Records. Compiled in July, 1846. Microfilm number 937032. 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