1 ESAREY/ESREY RHOADS FAMILIES OF THE 1800 S Presentation for The Esarey Family Reunion August 7-8, 2010 Dan Esarey
2 JESSE ESAREY & FAMILY Jesse: Born 1800 Meade Co. Ky. (Brandenburg area). Wife: Hanna Forster INDIANA: MOVED TO PERRY COUNTY IND. IN 1810 ILLINOIS: MOVED TO ILLINOIS IN 1820 Member of Illinois Legislature in 1832 Changes spelling of name to Esrey MISSOURI: MOVED TO RAY CO. IN miles Northeast of Kansas City, Mo.) Member of Missouri Legislature in 1852 Changes spelling of name to Esry
3 CHILDREN OF JESSE & HANNAH: Total of 9 Children Children moving to California in 1846: Amanda (Age 21) James (Age 20) Justin (Age 19) Thomas (Age 17) Jonathan (Age 15)
4 CHILDREN OF JESSE & HANNAH: Total of 9 Children Children moving to California in 1846: Amanda (Age 21) James (Age 20) Justin (Age 19) Thomas (Age 17) Jonathan (Age 15)
5 CHILDREN OF JESSE & HANNAH: Total of 9 Children Children moving to California in 1846: Amanda (Age 21) James (Age 20) Justin (Age 19) Thomas (Age 17) Jonathan (Age 15) In 1849 John moved to California. (Age 21) James returned to Missouri and fought in Civil War. He died of heat stroke during battle in Springfield Mo. and is buried there. JESSE, HANNAH And OTHER CHILDREN REMAINED IN RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI. JESSE DIED IN 1855
6 RHOADS (RHOADES) FAMILY THOMAS FOSTER RHOADES Born: 1794 Died: 1869 Wife: Elizabeth RHOADES, ESREY & SHACKLEFORD FAMILIES MOVED FROM ILLINOIS TO MISSOURI & LIVED NEARBY. 1846: TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA Thomas led the group totaling 46. (Half are Rhoads family) INCLUDED THOMAS 11 CHILDREN. Youngest son 12. OTHER FAMILIES INCLUDED: Elder (3), Patterson (11), Fanning (2) & House (2) Families.
7 THOMAS RHOADS, Son, Daniel was married to Amanda Esrey, age 21 and pregnant.
8 LEFT ST. JOSEPH (NORTHWEST MISSOURI on Mo. River) Crossed Missouri River by Ferry April 7, 1846
9 No word of them until they reach Ft. Laramie, Wy. on June miles traveled so far. Approx more to go.. Amanda sends letter back to her folks in Missouri. Mentions having a tooth ache,. Indians stole cattle & oxen.. Daniel & Thomas got cattle replaced by Indian Agent. Indians ran off their horses and Rhoads, Patterson, and others gave chase.. Lost total of 11 horses. Horses not of much use. Amanda says It is quite a pleasant trip so far..???
10 Amanda says It is quite a pleasant trip so far..???
11 PLEASANT TRIP? 2,000 mile journey. Approx. 30,000 deaths That s 15 deaths per mile. Amanda, in her letter, mentioned crossing the Kaw River (northwest Kansas) and the Blue River. This will be mentioned later in the Donner Party as they camped near the Blue when Sarah Keyes passed away. The first of the Donner Party to die.
12 DANIEL RHOADS Letter back to Jesse Esrey in Missouri 1847 describing the trip:. Made the trip safely with only one death: Jonathan Patterson. Roads were good until reaching Truckee River, 350 miles from California. Crossed Truckee River 27 times in one day. The rocks in the river were the size of wash bowls.. Travel up the Cascade, 4 miles took 3 days.. The oxen could be trailed from bottom to top by blood.
13 DANIEL RHOADS Letter back to Jesse Esrey in Missouri 1847 describing the trip:. Made the trip safely with only one death: Jonathan Patterson. Roads were good until reaching Truckee River, 350 miles from California. Crossed Truckee River 27 times in one day. The rocks in the river were the size of wash bowls.. Travel up the Cascade, 4 miles took 3 days.. The oxen could be trailed from bottom to top by blood.
14 DANIEL RHOADS Letter back to Jesse Esrey in Missouri 1847 describing the trip:. Made the trip safely with only one death: Jonathan Patterson. Roads were good until reaching Truckee River, 350 miles from California. Crossed Truckee River 27 times in one day. The rocks in the river were the size of wash bowls.. Travel up the Cascade, 4 miles took 3 days.. The oxen could be trailed from bottom to top by blood.
15 CALIFORNIA ARRIVAL: Johnson s Ranch located near Sacramento California. Early October. (Records indicate Oct. 1, 4 & 6th.)
16 About the same time the Rhoades group arrived, the Mexican War started. Important, as California needed to be part of the U. S., not Mexico. Most of the men joined the military. Daniel stayed and worked. Word came in on Jan. 15 of the Donner Party being trapped. (Group of 18 souls started out, 5 men and 2 men made it.)
17 Many felt it would be a suicide mission, but Daniel was quoted as saying We may die trying, but we can t live with ourselves if we don t try. Took 2 weeks to decide & prepare for rescue party. One guy had seen show shoes. Made jerky and other food, gathered supplies and headed out. 15 men started on horseback. After about 15 miles snow too deep to proceed, so went on foot. 8 men turned back and only 7 continued with backpacks of food, including Daniel and Jonathan Rhoads.
18 FEBRUARY 5, 1847: First Relief left Johnson s Ranch. Traveled 4 to 10 miles per day for approx. 75 miles. Hung caches of food in trees each day along the way for return. Cut down tree-tops to mark pathway and burned for camp fires each evening. Snow was 10 to 25 feet deep.
19 FEBRUARY 19: Near sundown reached first cabins. Daniel account indicates: On sunset on the 16th day we crossed Truckee Lake on the ice and came to the spot where we had been told we would find the immigrants. We raised a loud halloo and then we saw a woman emerge from a hole in the snow. She spoke in a hollow voice are you men from California or did you come from heaven
20 FEB. 22: Left for California with 23 souls. 2 children were carried. One by Daniel Rhoades. Along the return journey, they learned their caches of food were gone as it snowed more, wolves and bears got to their food. Eventually, they were boiling their leather boot laces in water to make broth for nourishment.
21 MARCH 7: Arrived back at Johnson s Ranch. 30 DAYS IN RECOVERY. RESCUE PARTY WAS PAID $5 PER DAY.
22 THERE WERE THREE MORE RESCUE PARTIES AFTER THIS ONE. The fourth included Jonathan, Daniel s brother. 80 in original Donner Party. 44 Survived. 28 men and 8 women perished. Years later they could still see the trees cut off at a line about 25 feet above the ground; showing how deep the snow was as the relief party traveled thru the snow.
23 DONNER PARTY EVENTS: Left Springfield Ill. April 14 or 15, 1846 Left Independence Mo. (suburb to east of Kansas City) May 12. A full two weeks later than recommended.
24 Arrived Alcove Springs, Ks. (Northeastern Kansas) May 26. Waited three days for swollen Blue River to go down. May 29, Mrs. Sarah Keys (Mother of Mrs. Reed) died. With burial, and building raft, it was May 31 before Blue River was crossed. (lost 5 days)
25 July 4, rested. Celebrated, and toasted family/friends to the East. Rested again from their celebration on Sunday, July 5. (Lost 2 days) Hastings Cutoff: Were warned three separate times to take standard route. Taking Hastings Cutoff added 70 miles and at least 4 days longer, as well as wear and tear on oxen, equipment and travelers.
26 Trapped: November 1 One more day and they would have been over the top of the mountain, and on their way the last 75 miles.
28 RHOADES & ESREY S AFTER RESCUE: Summer of 47 & 48: Daniel amassed $8,000 in gold Bought ranch and cattle near Sacramento Daniel and Amanda traveled back to Ray Co., Mo. Traveled to San Francisco and boarded a ship Sailed to Panama and rode wagon across narrow part Boarded ship from Panama to New Orleans Took steamboat up Mississippi to St. Louis Took steamboat up Missouri River to Ray Co. Rode some 10 miles in wagon from river to Jesse Esrey s farm near Hardin, Mo. (Ray County)
29 RHOADES & ESREY S AFTER RESCUE: Late 1850 Daniel and Amanda returned to California, again near Sacramento. Living there in Feb. of 1852 when Brother Jonathan came with children and word that his wife has passed away. Daniel and Amanda raised four of Jonathan s children as their own. Thus the name Uncle Dan that he lived with. Drought in the area caused Daniel, Jonathan Esrey and Justin Esrey to look elsewhere for land to raise cattle. Jonathan & Justin have been mining for Gold at the time. 1857: Moved from near Sacramento south to near Fresno (present day Lemoore, California. Had a large cattle farm there.
30 BUILT ADOBE IN REGISTER OF HISTORIC STRUCTURES.
31 BUILT ADOBE IN REGISTER OF HISTORIC STRUCTURES.
32 BUILT ADOBE IN REGISTER OF HISTORIC STRUCTURES.
33 During visit to Adobe in 2004, the interior was just as it was left when they moved. Photos hanging on the wall Furniture in place Daniel s cane leaning against the Fireplace
34 During visit to Adobe in 2004, the interior was just as it was left when they moved. Photos hanging on the wall Furniture in place Daniel s cane leaning against the Fireplace
35 During visit to Adobe in 2004, the interior was just as it was left when they moved. Photos hanging on the wall Furniture in place Daniel s cane leaning against the Fireplace
36 Daniel was president of bank of Lemoore and Vice President of bank of Hanford. Well respected for his contributions to the area. DANIEL RHOADS DIED 1896, AGE 76 AMANDA DIED TEN YEARS LATER, 1906 AT AGE 81
37 Jonathan and Justin moved to the area as well and bought land to raise cattle. The donated the land and funds to build first school in Lemoore. FAMILY CEMETERY:. Fell into disrepair, and restored in Daniel & Amanda buried in mausoleum. About 20 graves in center of farm field. Justin buried there when he died in 1900
38 Jonathan and Justin moved to the area as well and bought land to raise cattle. The donated the land and funds to build first school in Lemoore. FAMILY CEMETERY:. Fell into disrepair, and restored in Daniel & Amanda buried in mausoleum. About 20 graves in center of farm field. Justin buried there when he died in 1900
39 Jonathan and Justin moved to the area as well and bought land to raise cattle. The donated the land and funds to build first school in Lemoore. FAMILY CEMETERY:. Fell into disrepair, and restored in Daniel & Amanda buried in mausoleum. About 20 graves in center of farm field. Justin buried there when he died in 1900
40 FAST FORWARD TO CURRENT DAY. 2004: Samantha and family moved to Lemoore. We visited and found The Adobe and Family Cemetery.
41 KINGS COUNTY CALIF. HISTORIC HOME VISIT Director busy until I told her my name. Then, I can you meet me there in 30 minutes.
42 Learned about history of the area, including the respect of the names Esrey and Rhoads. Visited Historical Home and saw records of the family as well as quilt made in 1886 showing names of significant residents of Lemoore at that time. Names include:
43 8 Esrey s:. Jesse Esrey. Nannie Esrey. Jesse Esrey Jr.. Thomas Esrey. Kate Esrey. Mrs. Thomas Esrey. Jonathan Esrey. Justin Esrey 7 Rhoads:. Amanda Rhoads. Elvira Rhoads. E. B. Rhoads. John W. Rhoads. Lu Lu Rhoads. Mary Rhoads. Rosa Rhoads
44 HAND WRITTEN FUNERAL DIRECTOR NOTEBOOK Name of Justin Esrey. Died June 4, 1900
45 VISIT TO RAY COUNTY MISSOURI: August 2007 visited Richmond, Mo. (County seat of Ray County) and the Lavelock Cemetery, where Esreys & Rhoads are buried.
46 VISIT TO RAY COUNTY MISSOURI: August 2007 visited Richmond, Mo. (County seat of Ray County) and the Lavelock Cemetery, where Esreys & Rhoads are buried.
47 VISIT TO RAY COUNTY MISSOURI: One of the windows of the chapel donated by Niles Esrey
48 FUTURE: CONTINUE TO DO MORE RESEARCH, AND SEE WHAT WE ENCOUNTER. OCTOBER, 2010 SAMANTHA AND I ARE HEADING WEST, FOLLOWING THE OREGON TRAIL AS FAR AS WE CAN ON OUR WAY TO SEATTLE. WE PLAN TO STOP AT FT. LARAMIE TO SEE WHERE AMANDA AND DANIEL RHOADS STOPPED ON THEIR WAY OUT WEST.
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