Locate earlier ordinances for Stephen Carroll Simmons KGC3-YXS
Stephen Carroll Simmon KGC3-YXS has earlier ordinances than those that are currently showing in FamilySearch. According to the autobiography of his daughter Mary Lucinda Simmons, "We arrived in Utah in 1878 and lived at the saw mill at the head of Malad River where the men got out ties. We lived there (meaning the saw mill at the head of the Malad River) three or four years. Then dad moved on into Marsh Valley, Idaho and joined the Mormon Church. Melvin Gruell was the Bishop at that time. We lived at Marsh Valley about five or six years and then moved upon Fish Creek, not far from Dempsey, Idaho, which is now known as Lava Hot Springs." The full autobiography can be read at https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/memories/KGC3-YXS
Please attempt to locate the earlier baptism and confirmation date if possible.