History, 1838–1856, volume C-1 Addenda

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<1841  Augt. 25> ——; in the spring of 1839 he went to . In 1840 he removed  to with his family——, where he  remained until his death.
He was a man of—— good business qualifications,  but had been for many years nearly blind. His funeral was  attended by a vast concourse of people from the neighboring  Towns, although there were but few saints in the country (page 1223

Addenda • 26 January 1841

<Jany 26> Elders and saw Queen Victoria on her  way to open Parliament, and through the politeness of an Officer  of the Horse Guards to whom they had an introduction by Dr.  Copeland——, they were permitted  to stand in front of the line, and thereby had a fine view.
Sir James Bremer, on behalf of the British, took possession  of Hong Kong. (page 1159

Addenda • 7 August 1841

<Augt. 7> -[My youngest brother died.]- He was born 25th. March  1816, was one of the first to receive my testimony, and was ordained  to the Priesthood when only 14 years of age. The evening after —— the plates <of the Book of Mormon were shewn> to the eight witnesses, a meeting was held,  when all the witnesses, as also bore testimony to the truth  of the Latter Day dispensation He accompanied to visit  Grandfather and relatives in N.Y., in August  1830. During that mission he convinced ,  a licensiate of the <Baptist> order, of the truth of the work. He was  one of the 24 Elders who laid the corner stones of the .  In the fall of 1833 he entered the office of , to  learn the art of printing. On the 30th. July 1835 he married   in , Ohio. On the 15th. January 1836  he was ordained President of the High Priest’s Quorum. He took  a mission with [Solomon] Wilber Denton in the Spring and Summer of 1836 in   and , as far as Seneca Falls. On  the commencement of the publication of the Elders Journal in  , he took the control of the establishment until the  office was destroyed by fire in December 1837, when in consequence  of persecution he moved his family to .
Early in the spring of 1838 he took a mission through the  States of , and , and raised means  to assist his ; and immediately after his return he started  <to with his family, in company with and family, and   purchased a farm in .> on a mission to the States of Tennessee & Kentucky to collect means  to buy out the claims and property of the Mobbers in :. [p. 12]
1841 Augt. 25 ——; in the spring of 1839 he went to . In 1840 he removed to with his family——, where he remained until his death.
He was a man of—— good business qualifications, but had been for many years nearly blind. His funeral was attended by a vast concourse of people from the neighboring Towns, although there were but few saints in the country (page 1223

Addenda • 26 January 1841

Jany 26 Elders and saw Queen Victoria on her way to open Parliament, and through the politeness of an Officer of the Horse Guards to whom they had an introduction by Dr. Copeland——, they were permitted to stand in front of the line, and thereby had a fine view.
Sir James Bremer, on behalf of the British, took possession of Hong Kong. (page 1159

Addenda • 7 August 1841

Augt. 7 -[My youngest brother died.]- He was born 25th. March 1816, was one of the first to receive my testimony, and was ordained to the Priesthood when only 14 years of age. The evening after—— the plates of the Book of Mormon were shewn to the eight witnesses, a meeting was held, when all the witnesses, as also bore testimony to the truth of the Latter Day dispensation He accompanied to visit Grandfather and relatives in N.Y., in August 1830. During that mission he convinced , a licensiate of the Baptist order, of the truth of the work. He was one of the 24 Elders who laid the corner stones of the . In the fall of 1833 he entered the office of , to learn the art of printing. On the 30th. July 1835 he married in , Ohio. On the 15th. January 1836 he was ordained President of the High Priest’s Quorum. He took a mission with [Solomon] Wilber Denton in the Spring and Summer of 1836 in and , . On the commencement of the publication of the Elders Journal in , he took the control of the establishment until the office was destroyed by fire in December 1837, when in consequence of persecution he moved his family to .
Early in the spring of 1838 he took a mission through the States of , and , and raised means to assist his ; and immediately after his return he started to with his family, in company with and family, and purchased a farm in . [p. 12]
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