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1857 Mountain Meadows Massacre
ARKANSAS EMIGRANTS ~ FAMILIES
 


                
THE BELLER FAMILY

The Bellers were part of "The Baker Train" that departed from the area of their late father's store, Beller's Stand, near the Beller homestead at Milum Spring (also called Caravan Spring), Crooked Creek Township, Carroll County, Arkansas. (Today the site is located south of Harrison, in Boone County, Arkansas.) The two orphaned Beller children, Melissa Ann and David W., were traveling with George Washington Baker and their sister Minerva Ann (Beller) Baker, who were their guardians.

                              THE ARKANSAS EMIGRANTS

           
MELISSA ANN BELLER
DAVID W. BELLER
           
 MINERVA ANN (BELLER) BAKER

Also See: Baker Family  

MEMBERS OF THE BAKER TRAIN

  Information on the Beller Family (Genealogy)
 

In Memoriam

Wards of George and Manerva (Beller) Baker:

Melissa Ann Beller, 14

David W. Beller, 12






Genealogy
 

 


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