- Birth Date
- 16 July 1845
- Death Date
- 28 June 1884
John Newton McBride
Reuben McBride initially traveled to the Salt Lake Valley in 1850 without his family. Further research is needed to determine the exact company he traveled with. Proof that he traveled to Utah in 1850 is found in the 1850 Utah Census. Reuben helped with the 1850 census, and his name appears on pages of the census, even though he failed to enter his own name into the census. His obituary also mentions his travel to Utah in 1850.
In 1852, Reuben again traveled to the Salt Lake Valley with the Isaac Bullock Company, this time with his wife, Mary Ann Anderson, and children Helen Venera, Harriet Eliza, Reuben Augustus, Mary Louisa, Hyrum Roy, Emma Gerutia, John Newton, and Laura Abigail.
He was an out-and-back teamster for John R. Murdock's 1864 Company.
- Age at Departure: 6
- Age at Departure: 18
- Out-and-Back Teamster
- 100 Years of History of Millard County, p. 27
- “Captain John R. Murdock Company (first mule train), manifests, 1864.” Perpetual Emigrating Fund Company church trains accounts 1861-1868, Captains’ accounts, 1862-1868. (CR 376 8, Box 1, Folder 10)
- Perpetual Emigrating Fund Company general files (CR 376 1), 1850-1887.
- Peterson, Isabell Ashman, Interview, in Stella H. Day, comp., Builders of Early Millard: Biographies of Pioneers of Millard County, 1850 to 1875 , 502.