Letterbook 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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and to be continued in his standing.
Letters were then read respecting the absence of  members from ill health.
It was voted that be suspended  till he can have a trial and in the meantime that  he shall not act as a president of a branch or preach.
Voted that John Daley James Daley and Milo  Andrus retain their station in the Church.
Voted that Ephraim Owens. Confession for disob eying the word of wisdom be accepted.
Brothers. Edward Johnston, Benj[a]min Johnston  Samuel Musick , Jabez Lake  Benjn. Jones, Henry Ourbough, Reddin Allred  George W. Gee Jesse Mc. Intire James Brown   Artemus Johnston Joseph G. Hovey   Feilds B. Jacamey Zadock Bethers  William Allred, Wm. B. Simmons Wm W. Edwards <Sen>  Wm. H Edwards Jr. Thomas Rich  Allen J Stout Esaias Edwards John Adams  Daniel Miller Simson I. Comfort Graham Coltrin  Wm Hyde Andrew Hendry Redick N Allred  Eli Lee Hiram W. Maxwell and Thos. S Edwards  were appointed elders of the Church; all of whom—  accepted their appointment with the exception of Thos.  S Edwards.
was admitted into the church  upon his confession, and Abel Casto was confirmed  by the laying on of hands.
The meeting then adjourned untill Sunday morning,  after <which,> six were baptized by Joseph Smith Jr..
The Conference met on Sunday morning, pursuant  to adjournment, at 8 Oclock A. M.; when Saml.  Williams, Reuben Foot, Orlando D Hovey, , Sheffields Daniels, Albert Miner, David  B. Smith, Ebr. Richardson, Pleasant Ewell, &  William Helm were appointed Elders of the church,  and were ordained under the hands of , , Samuel Bent, and  . After some remarks from the [p. 165]
and to be continued in his standing.
Letters were then read respecting the absence of members from ill health.
It was voted that be suspended till he can have a trial and in the meantime that he shall not act as a president of a branch or preach.
Voted that John Daley James Daley and Milo Andrus retain their station in the Church.
Voted that Ephraim Owens. Confession for disobeying the word of wisdom be accepted.
Brothers. Edward Johnston, Benjamin Johnston Samuel Musick , Jabez Lake Benjn. Jones, Henry Ourbough, Reddin Allred George W. Gee Jesse Mc. Intire James Brown Artemus Johnston Joseph G. Hovey Feilds B. Jacamey Zadock Bethers William Allred, Wm. B. Simmons Wm W. Edwards Sen Wm. H Edwards Jr. Thomas Rich Allen J Stout Esaias Edwards John Adams Daniel Miller Simson I. Comfort Graham Coltrin Wm Hyde Andrew Hendry Redick N Allred Eli Lee Hiram W. Maxwell and Thos. S Edwards were appointed elders of the Church; all of whom— accepted their appointment with the exception of Thos. S Edwards.
was admitted into the church upon his confession, and Abel Casto was confirmed by the laying on of hands.
The meeting then adjourned untill Sunday morning, after which, six were baptized by Joseph Smith Jr..
The Conference met on Sunday morning, pursuant to adjournment, at 8 Oclock A. M.; when Saml. Williams, Reuben Foot, Orlando D Hovey, , Sheffields Daniels, Albert Miner, David B. Smith, Ebr. Richardson, Pleasant Ewell, & William Helm were appointed Elders of the church, and were ordained under the hands of , , Samuel Bent, and . After some remarks from the [p. 165]
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