Minute Book 1

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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It motioned and voted that Nicholas Singley, Chester S.  Judd, Benjamin Mitchel and Abraham Lott be  ordained Elders. and that Watson J. Barlow & be ordained Priests.
The above named brethren having been received by vote  of those present having a right to vote, were ordained  to the several offices for which they <were> voted, <to fill> by   & Thomas Gordon
Levi Way Clerk. of conference

16 June 1836 • Thursday • First of two entries

High Council met in the in  June 16th 1836
Present & Presidents
Counsellors:
appointed Clerk.
Counsil opened by prayer of President
counsellors were charged according to the Law of God.
The Case of brother was considered.
Charged by Joseph Smith Junr. with a want of benevol ence to the poor and charity to the church. Bishop   testifies that he does not know that has assisted him in relieving the poor, or in assist  in the Church. That he once gave fifty dollars to send  to Zion, but thinks he has not been as liberal as others  in these matters. Council appointed three to speak  on each side. [p. 210]
It motioned and voted that Nicholas Singley, Chester S. Judd, Benjamin Mitchel and Abraham Lott be ordained Elders. and that Watson J. Barlow & be ordained Priests.
The above named brethren having been received by vote of those present having a right to vote, were ordained to the several offices for which they were voted, to fill by & Thomas Gordon
Levi Way Clerk. of conference

16 June 1836 • Thursday • First of two entries

High Council met in the in June 16th 1836
Present & Presidents
Counsellors:
appointed Clerk.
Counsil opened by prayer of President
counsellors were charged according to the Law of God.
The Case of brother was considered.
Charged by Joseph Smith Junr. with a want of benevolence to the poor and charity to the church. Bishop testifies that he does not know that has assisted him in relieving the poor, or in assist in the Church. That he once gave fifty dollars to send to Zion, but thinks he has not been as liberal as others in these matters. Council appointed three to speak on each side. [p. 210]
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