607. Mary LEONARD164 was born on 12 September 1802 in Pompey, Onondaga Co., NY. She died on 30 June 1850 at the age of 47 in Winter Quarters, Douglas Co., NE. Spouse's Death Place
: near North Platt River, Nebraska, shortly before her husband. Their children came to the valley with the help of those in the wagon train. Benoni joined the Church in the 1830 's and moved to Kirtland, Ohio , to be with the main body of the church. He helped build the Kirtland Temple. When the saints moved to Nauvoo , he and his family went with them. In 1846 they moved to Mount Pisgah and, then a few years later, they moved to Holt County, Missouri . In 1850 they went to Kanesville, Iowa , and started west with the Stephen Markham Company. On the way many of the Company were stricken with cholera. Benoni , his wife Mary , their son Heber , and several others in the Company died. Their son, John , wrote "we buried them by the roadside." The children managed to make a home in the Valley. Children: Elizabeth , b. 7 Mar 1822 , New York . Mathew , b. 25 Dec 1823 , New York Soloman Frederick , b. 29 Aug 1825 , Hornby, Steuben, New York . Samuel , b. 4 May 1827 , Hornby, Steuben, New York . John , b. 3 Sep 1828 , Hornby, Steuben, New York . Deborah , b. 26 Jul 1830 , Kirtland, Geauga, Ohio . George H. , b. 22 May 1832 , New York . Henry , b. 29 May 1834 , New York . Hulda Henrietta , b. 16 Jul 1835 , New York . Joseph Hyrum , b. 15 Aug 1837 , Kirtland, Ohio . Harriet Melissa , b. 5 Sep 1839 , Kirtland, Ohio . Elisha Leonard , b. 22 Mar 1841 , Kirtland, Ohio . Heber K. , b. 7 Mar 1845 , Kirtland, Ohio .
Mary LEONARD and Benoni CAMPBELL were married about 1820 in NY. Benoni CAMPBELL164 was born on 10 February 1800 in Deer Park, Orange Co., NY. He died on 4 July 1850 at the age of 50 in Winter Quarters, Douglas Co., NE. They were in Painted Post, Steuben Co., NY in 1825 and in Hornby in 1830. They removed to OH and were resing in Homer, Medina Co., OH, in 1840. They joined the Mormon Church and went west in 1850, dying enroute to Utah when cholera broke out. Their children completed the journey to Utah. They had 13 children.