Person:Cynthia Vail (4)

Watchers
m. ABT 1800
  1. Cynthia Vail1801 - 1877
  2. Gamaliel Vail1803 - 1844
  • HAlva Benson1799 - 1883
  • WCynthia Vail1801 - 1877
m. 11 Aug 1820
  1. Keziah Benson1825 - 1901
  2. Lucy Benson1830 - 1914
  3. Polly Elvira Benson1839 - 1928
Facts and Events
Name Cynthia Vail
Gender Female
Birth? 28 Feb 1801 Palmer, Saratoga, New York, United States
Marriage 11 Aug 1820 Clark, Indiana, United Statesto Alva Benson
Residence[2] 28 June 1852 joined Mormon pioneer company
Unknown[2] 29 Sept 1852 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United StatesUriah Curtis Company arrives in Salt Lake City
Death? 10 Oct 1877 Hyrum, Cache, Utah, United States
Burial[1] Hyrum City Cemetery, Hyrum, Cache, Utah, USA

Inscription on hand-drawn family tree "In loving memory of her sweet dainty Grandmother this information was gathered by Charlotta A. Nielsen in 1925 Chart printed Oct 1951 Emma Nielsen Hyrum, Ut."

Cynthia was a Mormon pioneer, traveling with the Uriah Curtis Company in 1852 at age 51. [1]

References
  1. Find A Grave.

    Cynthia Vail Benson Burial: Hyrum City Cemetery Hyrum Cache County Utah, USA Plot: B-4-2

  2. 2.0 2.1 Utah pioneer biographies. (1964), 44 vols., 5:19.

    Excerpt: On June 28, 1852, they began their journey to the Rocky Mountains, having two wagons, two yoke of oxen, and two of cows.
    There were twelve persons in those two wagons. They were a part of the company led by Uriah Curtis.
    They arrived in Salt Lake City, Sept. 29, 1852.