Nauvoo House Association, February–November 1841

A 19 January 1841 revelation instructed , , , and others to build a boardinghouse in where visitors to the city could find lodgings and safety. On 23 February 1841, the state legislature passed “an act to incorporate the Nauvoo House Association” with , , , and as the trustees of the association. They continued to function in these positions throughout 1841. In a 20 March revelation, William Allred and were directed to assist the trustees and were appointed as agents responsible for selling Nauvoo House stock.
23 February–30 November 1841
Trustees
 
Agents
William Allred
  1. 1

    Revelation, 19 Jan. 1841 [D&C 124:22–23, 62].  

  2. 2

    “An Act to Incorporate the Nauvoo House Association,” 23 Feb. 1841, copies certified by Stephen A. Douglas and Lyman Trumbull, CHL.  

    “An Act to Incorporate the Nauvoo House Association,” 23 Feb. 1841. Copies certified by Stephen A. Douglas and Lyman Trumbull. CHL. MS 15558.

  3. 3

    Revelation, 20 Mar. 1841.