History, 1838–1856, volume D-1 [1 August 1842–1 July 1843]

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10 April 1843 • Monday
<April 10> At 10 A.M. A special conference of Elders convened and continued by adjournment from time to time, till the 12th. There were present of the quorum of the Twelve, , President; , , , , , and .
The object of the conference was to ordain elders, and send them forth unto the vineyard to build up churches; and the following appointments were made, with united voices, by the conference; agreeable to requests which were made by individuals who were acquainted with the several places which they represented.
James <M> Munrow and ; Auburn, .
Dominicus Carter; Lockport, Indiana.
and John Pierce; Madison, Indiana
Wandal Mace and Isaac Haight; Orange county, .
William O. Clark; Richardson Settlement, Benjamin L. Clapp, John Bair, Wilkison Hewitt, and L[yman] O. Littlefield; Alabama.
Alonzo Whitney and J[ackson] Goodale; Dublin .
William Eaton; Westfield, Sullivan county,
, Graham Coltrin and James Flanigan; Smith and Tazwell counties, .
; Lawrenceburgh, Indiana
Lewis Robbins and Jacob Gates; Have a roving commission in , with leave to take their wives, but to keep out of the churches.
and Truman Waite; Huron county, .
John D Chase and A. M. Harding; Pittsfield, .
Amos <B> Fuller and; Windham county .
John S. Gleason and Henry Jacobs; West part of the State of .
Marcellus L. Bates and Norman B. Shearer; Sackets Harbor,
Samuel Brown; Maryland.
Lemuel Mallory and George Slater; Washtenaw county, .
Moses Wade; some county in where there has not been any preaching by the saints.
Chillion Daniels and ; St Lawrence county, .
William Brown and Daniel Cathcart; Pensacola, Florida.
Eleazar Willis; Go where he likes.
John Zundale; St Clair county Crandall Dunn; .
George Middow; Waterloo, .
Samuel H. Rogers and Harvey Green; Cumberland, .
; .
Elias Harmar; Chenango county, .
Harvey Tate; Fort Wayne, Indiana [p. 1524]
10 April 1843 • Monday
April 10 At 10 A.M. A special conference of Elders convened and continued by adjournment from time to time, till the 12th. There were present of the quorum of the Twelve, , President; , , , , , and .
The object of the conference was to ordain elders, and send them forth unto the vineyard to build up churches; and the following appointments were made, with united voices, by the conference; agreeable to requests which were made by individuals who were acquainted with the several places which they represented.
James M Munrow and ; Auburn, .
Dominicus Carter; Lockport, Indiana.
and John Pierce; Madison, Indiana
Wandal Mace and Isaac Haight; Orange county, .
William O. Clark; Richardson Settlement, Benjamin L. Clapp, John Bair, Wilkison Hewitt, and Lyman O. Littlefield; Alabama.
Alonzo Whitney and Jackson Goodale; Dublin .
William Eaton; Westfield, Sullivan county,
, Graham Coltrin and James Flanigan; Smith and Tazwell counties, .
; Lawrenceburgh, Indiana
Lewis Robbins and Jacob Gates; Have a roving commission in , with leave to take their wives, but to keep out of the churches.
and Truman Waite; Huron county, .
John D Chase and A. M. Harding; Pittsfield, .
Amos B Fuller and; Windham county .
John S. Gleason and Henry Jacobs; West part of the State of .
Marcellus L. Bates and Norman B. Shearer; Sackets Harbor,
Samuel Brown; Maryland.
Lemuel Mallory and George Slater; Washtenaw county, .
Moses Wade; some county in where there has not been any preaching by the saints.
Chillion Daniels and ; St Lawrence county, .
William Brown and Daniel Cathcart; Pensacola, Florida.
Eleazar Willis; Go where he likes.
John Zundale; St Clair county Crandall Dunn; .
George Middow; Waterloo, .
Samuel H. Rogers and Harvey Green; Cumberland, .
; .
Elias Harmar; Chenango county, .
Harvey Tate; Fort Wayne, Indiana [p. 1524]
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