J d e d i a h Tones married. Kunren and ~ e h takins care of cattle. i Exploring party ]pave3 for San Juan. Komen's account of Hole-in-theRock trek, etr.
Jedediah, Lehi's younger brother, married Ellen Eva Wilson Lunt, Henrietta's younger sister, May 21, 1878 at the age of 20. -4s a child Jed was fascinated with mechanics, and quite early in life he took u p the carpenter trade which he followed through life very successfully.' Thomas Willard Jones, the first child of Lehi and Henrietta, was born Dec. 5, 1878. After Lehi and Henrietta were married, Lehi continued running cattle jointly with his hrnthen as a livelihood. Kumen and Lehi seemed to alternate on the duties connected with taking care of the herd. Kumen spent the greater part of two winters at what was then called the "Lower Herd," which was on the East Fork of the Rio Virgin, a few miles east of what is now Zion Canyon. T h e following is an excerpt from Kumen's Journal: "One winter I stayed with a n old gentleman named Rosencrans, who was running horses; and the next winter stayed thel-e with Arthur Sawyer. Some time in February, as I recall it, the two of us started around Ily Long Valley and down the Shoonsberg Trail and Toquer for home, as our provisions were getting low. We had not gone far down the southeast Fork of the V i r ~ i n when it hexan snowing, and soon all signs of the trail were obliterated, we wandered around for two d a y without food, and the snow hy that time was hetween two and three feet deep. O u r horses were about done for. At the close of the second day it dawned upon us that our condition had reached the desperate stage, hut at the open in^ of the third day there was a break in the storm, we saw the hills not far distant that were near our winter home that we