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My sister] Patty and I thought that we would lose her also. But life and energy were again aroused in her by the danger that her children would starve. It was apparent that the whole company would soon be put on a short allowance [limited portions] of food. Our wagon soon became too heavy for our terribly weak animals, and it was abandoned along with everything we could spare. Our remaining things were packed in part of another family's wagon. We had two horses left, which could hardly drag themselves along, but they managed to carry my two little brothers.
The Murphys had nine children, three of whom died while they were infants. Virginia died in 1931 at the age of ninety-eight. California's beauty continually amazed Virginia, and she often encouraged others to join her in San Jose, so that they too, might see the area's lush green valleys and snow-capped mountains. She wrote letters to friends in Illinois, telling them all about the area's great beauty, and to make the trip easier for them than hers had been, she ended her letters with a 58 little advice.
Mother and I dragged him out of the cabin to bury him. Beginning at his shoes, I patted the pure white snow down softly until I reached the collar on his jacket. Poor Milt! it was hard to cover his face from sight forever, for with his death, our best friend was gone. I often went to a Catholic church before leaving home, even though my parents did not attend such services. The Breens were the only Catholics in the Donner party, and prayers were said aloud regularly in that cabin every morning and night.