History, 1838–1856, volume C-1 [2 November 1838–31 July 1842]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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<​ to and wintered there with a few saints who had been baptized by . He arrived in , Mo., in March 1833, where he preached much; he was driven with the saints in the fall of that year. He removed to enduring the persecution incident upon settling in and final expulsion from the same. He went to , Ohio, and attended the dedication of the and received the ordinances there administered. He returned to and was driven with the saints to , Caldwell County. In the winter of 1839 he was driven from . He located in the Morley settlement near , Illinois, and subsequently five miles above where he died Dec. 25th, 1841.​>
<​[2 lines blank] The above was taken from a sketch of his father’s life by Samuel K. Gifford, furnished the Historian in Nov. 1861, & filed under date Dec. 1841.​>
to and wintered there with a few saints who had been baptized by . He arrived in , Mo., in March 1833, where he preached much; he was driven with the saints in the fall of that year. He removed to enduring the persecution incident upon settling in and final expulsion from the same. He went to , Ohio, and attended the dedication of the and received the ordinances there administered. He returned to and was driven with the saints to , Caldwell County. In the winter of 1839 he was driven from . He located in the Morley settlement near , Illinois, and subsequently five miles above where he died Dec. 25th, 1841.
[2 lines blank] The above was taken from a sketch of his father’s life by Samuel K. Gifford, furnished the Historian in Nov. 1861, & filed under date Dec. 1841.
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