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  • Gilbert R. Warfield

    Gilbert is a young man from Lexington, Kentucky. Gilbert is the second of ten children. Gilbert dotes on his little sister Mary Jane (born shortly after Gilbert) and talks about her with pure admiration. Gilbert is good with a rifle and not as good …

  • John Jost Althaus

    John Jost Althaus was born in 1835 to Jost Henrich and Elisabeth Althaus in Westphalia, Germany. He grew up on a farm an immigrated to the US through the newly unionized port of Galveston, Texas in 1847. He lived in Round Top, Texas for a few years …

  • Garrett Mathews

    Cornish laborer that couldn't get out of Cornwall in time (had trouble getting the necessary funds to buy passage) to get to the gold mines before they started running dry. He isn't particularly impressive size-wise, but he is resilient and persistent …

  • Jessica Theresa Connor

    I was born Jessica Theresa Connor, in St. Louis in 1836. My father Arnold was a lawyer, well to do but not amazingly so. Ruled the house with an iron fist. My mother Deirdre was what women are trained to be: homemaker, mom, support apparatus, and charming …

  • Nurse Jane Wilson

    Jane North was born in New York city in 1830. She was a big disappointment to her parents when she told them she wanted to be a nurse. No coming out party for her. Jane North left the US to join Florence Nightingales first class of nurses in 1854. She …

  • Samuel Davis

    Samuel is the only child of a Catholic family in Baltimore, Maryland. Growing up he had no intention of ever heading West. Instead, he attended the newly formed Loyola College and graduated near the top of his class in 1852. He secured a teaching …