Minute Book 2

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the names of the different Creeks in this vicinity, in which  he altered the names of some, as follows:
Steer Creek. he called Silver Creek. Log Creek he  called Walnut Creek, Marrow-bone Creek he called, Ambro sia. Poor Tom Creek he called Prairie Creek.
After which he confessed the sins of George Walters, who is  considered a dangerous man in society, as being a man who har bors wicked and ungodly men in his house both night &  day. The Conference adjourned untill tomorrow at 10 o’ clock A.M. Benediction Prest Joseph Smith jr
, Clerk.
Mo. Saturday July 7th 1838.
The conference convened agreeable to adjournment.
Opened by Prayer by President .
When the following brethren, who came up in the Camp  in 1834 recieved their blessing, also ordained as Seventies:
Horace Evans,,,
Chandler Holbrook,Justus Morse, John Fawsett,
Jackson Smith,Thomas Turner,Ebenezer Miller,
Lewis SabriskieHorace Cowan,
James R IvieJohn C. Harris
After which several recommends passed the Conference  as, follows:
William Martin, presented but rejected by the Conference
Johnathan T. Packer, to the office of Teacher.
Pleasant Ewell to the office of Deacon.
Uziel Corey to the office of Deacon.
George Walters came forward and <to> make confession but  did not give satisfaction.
After some remarks by ,
On Motion, the Conference adjourned untill  the first Friday in October next.
Benediction by .
,
Clerk. [p. 153]
the names of the different Creeks in this vicinity, in which he altered the names of some, as follows:
Steer Creek. he called Silver Creek. Log Creek he called Walnut Creek, Marrow-bone Creek he called, Ambrosia. Poor Tom Creek he called Prairie Creek.
After which he confessed the sins of George Walters, who is considered a dangerous man in society, as being a man who harbors wicked and ungodly men in his house both night & day. The Conference adjourned untill tomorrow at 10 o’clock A.M. Benediction Prest Joseph Smith jr
, Clerk.
Mo. Saturday July 7th 1838.
The conference convened agreeable to adjournment.
Opened by Prayer by President .
When the following brethren, who came up in the Camp in 1834 recieved their blessing, also ordained as Seventies:
Horace Evans,,,
Chandler Holbrook,Justus Morse, John Fawsett,
Jackson Smith,Thomas Turner,Ebenezer Miller,
Lewis SabriskieHorace Cowan,
James R IvieJohn C. Harris
After which several recommends passed the Conference as, follows:
William Martin, presented but rejected by the Conference
Johnathan T. Packer, to the office of Teacher.
Pleasant Ewell to the office of Deacon.
Uziel Corey to the office of Deacon.
George Walters came forward to make confession but did not give satisfaction.
After some remarks by ,
On Motion, the Conference adjourned untill the first Friday in October next.
Benediction by .
,
Clerk. [p. 153]
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