woman Sarah "Sarah Swindenbank, Sarah Langton, Sarah Swithen" Swidenbank of Lancashire, UK‏‎ #67262‎
Born ‎17 Jun 1831 Westmoreland, England Scotland?, died ‎4 Oct 1857‎, 26 years
SOURCE: https://history.lds.org/overlandtravel/companies/149/jacob-hofheins-co mpany-1857

Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel 1847-1868
Jacob Hofheins Company (1857)

The company began its journey from the outfitting post at Iowa City, Iowa. At that time, the company consisted of 19 wagons and two carriages and was made up of people from Delaware and Philidelphia. Near Florence, another small company from St. Louis, led by James Hart, joined the Hofheins Company bringing the number of wagons to 40 with three carriages and approximately 204 individuals. Since they traveled so closely, accounts from both companies should be considered when studying the journey of one or the other.

DEPARTURE
6 June 1857
ARRIVAL
21 September 1857
CAPTAINS
Jacob Hofheins
Matthew McCune
NUMBER IN COMPANY
83

Married ‎12 Jan 1852 Chorley, Lancashire, UK mormon. (5 years married) to:

man Seth "Seth Langton" Langton of Summit Creek, Cache Valley near Weber, Utah, US‏‎ #54691‎, son of James Langton of Ulnes Walton Lane, Croston, Chorley Lancashire and Ellen "Ellen Langton" Haydock‏.
Born ‎25 Jun 1830 Ulnes Walton, Leyland, Lancashire, UK or 18th, died ‎20 May 1892 Smithfield, Cache, Utah, USA‎, 61 years, buried ‎1892 Smithfield City Cemetery, Smithfield, Cache, Utah, USA. Occupations: farm servant, Farmer, 1st marriage to: Sarah "Sarah Cain, Sarah Cain" Cain of Scotland and USA of Scotland, ‎2nd marriage to: Sarah "Sarah Swindenbank, Sarah Langton, Sarah Swithen" Swidenbank of Lancashire, UK
SOURCE: https://history.lds.org/overlandtravel/companies/149/jacob-hofheins-co mpany-1857

Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel 1847-1868
Jacob Hofheins Company (1857)

The company began its journey from the outfitting post at Iowa City, Iowa. At that time, the company consisted of 19 wagons and two carriages and was made up of people from Delaware and Philidelphia. Near Florence, another small company from St. Louis, led by James Hart, joined the Hofheins Company bringing the number of wagons to 40 with three carriages and approximately 204 individuals. Since they traveled so closely, accounts from both companies should be considered when studying the journey of one or the other.

DEPARTURE
6 June 1857
ARRIVAL
21 September 1857
CAPTAINS
Jacob Hofheins
Matthew McCune
NUMBER IN COMPANY
83

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1851 farm servant

Seth Langton the 4th son did not come to America with the family as he had just married Sarah Swidenbank less than a month before on 12 January 1852. He, his wife, and child came to America three years later on the ship "Siddons", which sailed for Philadelphia on 27 Feb. 1855.

-- MERGED NOTE ------------

Seth Langton married Sarah Swindenbank who he met whilst in service to the Dawson family (Cotton Manufacturers) on 12th January 1852 in Chorley Lancs. Both of these were citied in 1852 Cencus Leyland, Clayton le Woods. When they emigrated to America they had a daughter Mary Jane who was born in England and who died in 1915 in Utah. Sarah Langton (swindenbank) died in 1857. Seth then married Sara Cain who was born in Scotland in 1832-7 died in Utah 1905. The 1856 cencus address is Iowa State, Pottomattamie where there were 50 members living at the same address. In 1870 Cencus addresss Smithfield Cache, Utah .Seth And Sara Cain went on to have10 more children. Mary Jane Langton married Alfred Chambers and went on to have 11 children.

http://www.mendonutah.net/history/cache_county/38.htm

1880 in Smithfield, Cache Utah.
Had family, born UT, from ABT 1858

Children:

1.
man Seth Alma "Seth Alma Langton" Langton of Salt Lake City, Utah, USA‏‎ #67275
Born ‎27 May 1860 Smithfield, Cache, Utah, USA, died ‎26 Apr 1948 Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA‎, 87 years. Occupation: Proprietor Motion Picture Studio
2.
woman Mary Jane Langton of England and Utah, USA‏‎ #4690
Born ‎12 Feb 1853 Preston, Lancashire, England, died ‎26 Sep 1915 Smithfield, Cache, Utah, USA‎, 62 years, buried ‎1915 Smithfield, Cache, Utah, USA
SOURCE: https://history.lds.org/overlandtravel/companies/149/jacob-hofheins-co mpany-1857

Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel 1847-1868
Jacob Hofheins Company (1857)

The company began its journey from the outfitting post at Iowa City, Iowa. At that time, the company consisted of 19 wagons and two carriages and was made up of people from Delaware and Philidelphia. Near Florence, another small company from St. Louis, led by James Hart, joined the Hofheins Company bringing the number of wagons to 40 with three carriages and approximately 204 individuals. Since they traveled so closely, accounts from both companies should be considered when studying the journey of one or the other.

DEPARTURE
6 June 1857
ARRIVAL
21 September 1857
CAPTAINS
Jacob Hofheins
Matthew McCune
NUMBER IN COMPANY
83