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Wagon Train Links

Lost Wagon Train: The Elliott Expedition Cutoff.[1]

Crossing the Plains in 1864 and Early History of Fremont County, Colorado[2]

Emigrant Lists

Wagon Train Arrivals as Reported in the Frontier Guardian

Pioneer Journals

Oregon-California Trail Sources


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Documents mentioning John Ross
Title Author Year Journey Type Document Code
Pioneer of 1850 George Willis Read 1850 Diary 50REA01
[Diary] Virgil Stegner 1850 Diary 50STE04
Name Entries
Last Name First Name Year Gender Origin Individual Type Party
Ross John 1850 M {empty} Jeff-Cal Company Name on Roster
Ross John 1850 M {empty} Unknown {empty}
Ross John E. 1852 M {empty} Non-emigrant Mention {empty}
Ross Jane 1852 F {empty} Non-emigrant Mention {empty}

Seattle Pioneers of Fremont: John Ross

Farming around Kinmundy & Alma, Marion County, Illinois


Name Birth Notes
McMillin, David Rice 1815-10-15 to-do
McMillin, Amelia Mary (Swarts) 1822-12-05 to-do
McMillin, Eliza Adaline 1852-11-17 to-do
McMillin, William Carroll Welch 1855-03-23 to-do
McMillin, Thomas H 1858-01-01 to-do
McMillin, Samuel Davis 1860-12-26 to-do
McMillin, Lewis 1837-04-07 to-do
McMillin, Phebe Maria 1845-00-00 to-do
McMillin, Sarah 1840-00-00 to-do
McMillin, Margaret Ann 1841-04-06 to-do


  1. Lost Wagon Train: The Elliott Expedition Cutoff. Web Resource. URL: https://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WM72B7_The_Lost_Wagon_Train_The_Elliott_Expedition_Cutoff_Oregon. Accessed 07 Jul 2020.
  2. Callen, William H. Crossing the Plains in 1864 and Early History of Fremont County, Colorado. Web Resource. URL: http://iagenweb.org/boards/appanoose/documents/index.cgi?read=31588. Posted by Robyn Asimus, June 22, 2003. Accessed 07 Jul 2020.

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