Hole-in-the-Rock Landmarks and People

Hole-in-the-Rock Landmarks and People
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January 12, 2010

Haight, Caleb Isaac

.CALEB ISAAC HAIGHT (b. 22 May 1856) also on the Hole in the Rock roster, son of Isaac Chauncy and from Cedar City.  Was 23 at the time of the trek.

  He is mentioned in Miller's book, p. 77 as being assigned along with Warren Taylor, and Albert Nelson to find forage for the horses.  They drove them from Jackass Bench, below the Hole in the Rock, north beyond Fifty-mile Spring, then back 10 miles to Sooner Spring.  Finding feed for the animals was of major concern.

Caleb Haight and Isaac C. Haight,  lived at Montezuma for a short time, and then moved back to Cedar City.

Photo is possibly our "lost Pioneer" Caleb
Caleb and David Haight, Cedar City, Iron County, Utah
Sons of Isaac Chauncy Haight.  See genealogy index
Not confirmed as there are also other Calebs.  More information needed!

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