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The LDS Historical database, includes 610 of the U.S. Mormon Battalion and numerous LDS General Authorities. It is lineage linked data by Vern Taylor Dec 2003-11. Notes and biographies added where possible. All my data is included in this file. I am unable to answer all the email, but will try to make corrections. I can't answer Ancestry.com board messages. More database info at readme

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  • ID: I186879
  • Name: Ezra FATOUTE
  • Given Name: Ezra
  • Surname: FATOUTE
  • Suffix: , U.S. Mormon Battalion
  • Sex: M
  • _UID: 593EDCBFF7D3614CAFF95D4B424D77E8E7B9
  • Change Date: 13 MAY 2011
  • Note:

    Ezra Fatoute enlisted as a private in Company D of the U.S. Mormon Battalion in 1846. He completed the march to California and re-enlisted in Company A 16 July 1847 in Los Angeles. His age at re-enlistment was 38, which calculates as a birth year of 1809. His birthyear listed on the tombstone is 1801, and birthyear from the census is 1805. ~Vern Taylor


    Our Pioneer Heritage Volume 1
    Women and Children of the Mormon Battalion Catherine Steele
    John Steele Tells His Story:
    "On September 2nd we traveled very fast for 16 miles and came up with a company of Missouri cavalry volunteers. Here water was scarce. Here in this desert we were ordered up at 4 o'clock in the morning with the promise we would eat breakfast soon, but we made 30 miles first. My mess consisted of myself, Levi Savage, Ezra Fatoute and Howard Thomas, also my wife and little daughter Mary.

    "We soon went on through the great forest of cedar wood and came to San Miguel where ladies were on top of the house, and when they saw that I had women in my wagon they hastened down and sent their old father to invite us in. Then when the women got out of the wagon there was such a hugging as I had never seen before, as that was their manner of saluting. We didn't stay there long as I discovered skulking around the corrals a great number of men, and as my team was the last and I was alone, I must hasten on. It was well I did as I was told they were planning to steal my little girl ((Mary). After much travel we landed at Santa Fe October 12, 1846, where 250 brethren got there the day before us. The flag was flying, all went merry as a marriage bee....

    He is also mentioned in:
    Fatoute, Ezra
    Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah compiled by Frank Esshom. [Salt Lake City: Western Epics, Inc., 1966.] @ p.44

    Wiggins, Marvin E. Mormons and Their Neighbors
    Wiggins, Marvin E. Mormons and Their Neighbors (Supplement)

    Fatoute, Ezra
    Members of The Mormon Battalion by Susan Ward Easton. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1980. @ p.25
    MEMM @ p.25


    Eunice Aldrich Robison found in IGI thru familysearch.org
    Ezra Faitoute
    Birth: 24 DEC 1804 Scoch Plains, , Essex, New Jersey
    Death: 26 OCT 1880
    Parents:
    Father: Aaron Faitoute
    Mother: Esther Bunnell
    American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)
    Name: Aaron Faitoute
    Birth Date: 1770
    Volume: 52
    Page Number: 181
    Reference: Higgins, Rich:609


    History of Union County, New Jersey, 1664-1923
    (extract by Vern Taylor 2011)
    p. 204 In fact the Faitoutes have been prosperous farmers and land owners of Union for many generations. The earliest available records of the line begin with Aaron Faitoute, who it is believed, married Martha Clark, and they were the parents of:
    1. Moses, born August 9, 1768, died July 2, 1828; married (first), in 1792 Abigail Ogden, born in 1768, died September 5, 1813, He married (second), November 27, 1798, Phebe Gould, born in 1782, died June 6, 1870.
    2. Jotham, born in January, 1770, deid September 16, 1859; married Polly Brown, born May 8, 1776, died May 5, 1857.
    3. Aaron, born November 8, 1773, died August 26, 1838; married (first), in July, 1798, Phebe O. Baker, born June 16, 1789, died December 12, 1823. He married (second), Phebe H. Wood, born September 3, 1788, died April 22, 1885.
    4. Sarah, born in 1775, died February 18, 1845; married Linus Condit, born in 1776, died in February, 1859.
    5. Edward, of whom further.
    6. Phebe, married Jonathan Freeman.

    Edward Faitoute, son of Aaron and Martha (Clark) Faitoute, was born April 9, 1776, died January 27, 1851. He married Abby Denman, born June 24, 1789, died June 21, 1860. Their children were:
    1. James C. born April 16, 1811, married Henrietta Crane.
    2. William S., born October 19, 1813, married Elizabeth Hand.
    3. Clark, of whom further.
    4. Martha D. born November 1, 1818, died January 25, 1847

    Clark Faitoute, son of Edward and Abby (Denman) Faitoute, was born January 1, 1816, died August 27 1881, and married June 12, 1845, Anna Maria Pruden, born July 23, 1819, died June 19, 1909. They were the parents of Mary Augusta, born March 4, 1849, died May 19, 1856, and Theodore Clark, born October 1, 1860. continues.
  • _TMPLT:
  • FIELD:
  • Name: Page 1
  • Birth: 24 DEC 1804 in Scoch Plains, Essex, New Jersey
  • Event: as a PVT in Company D Military 1846
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1846
  • Census: 1860
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1860 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
  • Note:

    1860 US census UTAH > Great Salt Lake > 12-WD PO SLC Series: M653 Roll: 1313 Page: 157/27 7th June extracted by Vern Taylor May 2005 lists fam #14
    George W. Slade a boot and shoe maker,
    FATOUT Ezra 55 Maryland shoemaker.
    Eunice Aldrich Robison extract:
    1860 United States Federal Census
    Name: Ezra Fatout
    Home in 1860: Great Salt Lake City Ward 12, Great Salt Lake, Utah Territory
    Gender: Male
    Post Office: Great Salt Lake City
    Household Members: Name Age
    George W Slade 43
    Jane E Slade 33
    Juliette Slade 12
    Florence Slade 10
    Alice Slade 8
    Jane E Slade 5
    George A Slade 3
    Oscar S Slade 2
    Ezra Fatout 55
  • Census: 1880
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1880 Ogden, Weber, Utah
  • Note:

    1880 Census Place: 2nd Ward, Ogden, Weber, Utah
    Source: FHL Film 1255339 National Archives Film T9-1339 Page 428D
    Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
    Isedore HUSS Self M M W 35 FRANCE
    Occ: Shoe Maker Fa: FRANCE Mo: FRANCE
    Ellene J. HUSS Wife F M W 27 MS
    Occ: Keeping House Fa: ENG Mo: ENG
    Claud HUSS Son M S W 7 UT
    Occ: At School Fa: FRANCE Mo: MS
    Bernard HUSS Son M S W 5 UT
    Fa: FRANCE Mo: MS
    Eugne A. HUSS Son M S W 3 UT
    Fa: FRANCE Mo: MS
    Isedore F. HUSS Son M S W 1 UT
    Fa: FRANCE Mo: MS
    Ezra FAETOUTE Other M M W 75 NJ
    Occ: Shoe Maker Fa: NY Mo: NJ
    Marital Status: Married
  • Death: 26 OCT 1880 in Ogden, Weber, Utah
  • Burial: Ogden City Cem, Weber, Utah



    Father: unrelated U.S. Mormon BATTALION

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: LDS Historical database by Vern Taylor
      Title: LDS Historical database compiled by Vern Taylor Dec 2003
      http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ldshistorical&id=I1
      http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ldshistorical&id=I1
      Name: Footnote
      http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ldshistorical&id=I1
      Name: ShortFootnote
      Name: Bibliography
      http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ldshistorical&id=I1

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