Eastern Mojave Vegetation Memorial plaque to Captain Jefferson Hunt  
 

 

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  Idaho, Bannock County, Red Rock Pass
Photographed 21 October 2017.

No 119

Erected October 2, 1950

Captain Jefferson Hunt, Soldier, Pioneer, Churchman

Charles Jefferson Hunt served in the Mormon Battalion as captain of Company “A” and as assistant executive officer, in its historic march from Council Bluffs, Iowa to San Diego, California, 1846-47. His service won the commendation of all who served with him.

Under appointment by President Brigham Young in 1851, Captain Hunt was guide for the pioneers to San Bernardino, California. His pioneering service included also Provo, Parowan, and Huntsville (which bears hus name), in Utah, and Oxford, Idaho.

A convert to the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints he was loyal, obedient, and faithful to the end.

Erected by descendents of Captain Hunt and the Utah Pioneer Trails and Landmarks Association.

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