Aden, Baker, Beach, Beller, Cameron, Deshazo, Dunlap, Eaton, Edwards, Fancher, Huff, Jones, McEntire, Miller, Mitchell, Prewitt, Rush, Tackitt, Wilson, Wood, And Others Who Are Unknown.  If you have information on the individuals or families that died in the Mountain Meadows Massacre, or know of others who are said to have died ~ Please contact us!

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1857 Mountain Meadows Massacre
ARKANSAS EMIGRANTS ~ FAMILIES
 


               The Tackitt Family


"The Tackitt Train" Departed From Johnson County, Arkansas, as part of the Poteet-Tackett-Jones family-related group of wagon trains.

                            
THE ARKANSAS EMIGRANTS

Widow Cynthia Tackitt
Eloah Angeline (Tackitt) Jones
Pleasant Tackitt
Marion Tackitt
Seaborn Tackitt
Matilda Tackitt
James M. Tackitt
Jones M. Tackitt

DEPOSITIONS On behalf of John M. Jones, Newton Jones, Sebron Tackett, Pleasant Tackett, & others:
Francis M.  Rowan (24 October 1860)

Fielding Willows (24 October 1860)
Felix W. Jones (24 October 1860)

Earliest Accounts of the Surviving Tackett Children

Tackett Family Association
 

 

In Memoriam

Cynthia Tackitt, 49
Marion Tackitt, 20
Sebron Tackitt, 18
Matilda Tackitt, 16
James M. Tackitt, 14
Jones M. Tackitt, 12
Pleasant Tackitt, 25

Armilda Miller Tackitt, 22

The Following Children Survived and were returned to their relatives in 1859:

Sons of Pleasant and Armilda Tackitt:
Emberson Milum, 4
William Henry, 19 months


 
 Genealogy

 


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