History, 1838–1856, volume D-1 [1 August 1842–1 July 1843]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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<​April 10​> and Jonathan Allen; Tioga county, .
William Wharton, of ; Wilmington, Delaware.
; Peru, Indiana.
Warner Hoops; York county .
F.D. Wilson and ; Dyer and Montgomery counties, Tennessee
and G[eorge] P. Dykes; From to Shawneetown and Cairo on both sides of the Wabash.
P. Sessions; Oxford county, .
and ; Lexington, Kentucky.
; Ottowa, .
W.W. Rust; Worcester county, .
Aaron M. York; Maine.
Asaph Rice; Pontiac,
; , Connecticut.
Lorin Farr; . [HC 5:348]
Stephen Perry, Amos B. Tomlinson, E. G. Terrill, Amos P. Rogers, Joseph Outhouse and William Bird; ;
Francis Edwards and Charles Ryan; Jackson county, Tennessee.
Benjamin Kempton; Wheeling to Mount Vernon, .
Peter Hess, of ; Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Noah Curtis and Luman H. Calkins; Wayne county, .
Stratton Thornton and Sandford Porter; South-east part of and Indiana.
Benjamin Leland and ; Erie county, .
Samuel Swarner; Orleans county, .
Samuel Parker; York county, .
Jacob E. Terry and Err Terry; Niagara District, .
and Elisha Edwards; Loraine and Huron counties, .
Edwin Williams; Hunterdon county .
Jacob G. Bigler; Lewis county, .
Orlando Hovey; Franklin county, Indiana
; Some place in the interior of , where the elders have not been.
F.B. Jacaway and Samuel Rowland; Adams county, .
Moses Tracy; Perry county, .
Alfred Brown; Chautauque county, .
Noah Rogers, Peter Lemons, Joseph Mount, B.W. Wilson, and John Brown; .
; To labor on the Temple.
James Carroll; Henry county, Indiana.
Levi Stewart and James Pace; Williamson and Gallatin counties, . [p. 1525]
April 10 and Jonathan Allen; Tioga county, .
William Wharton, of ; Wilmington, Delaware.
; Peru, Indiana.
Warner Hoops; York county .
F.D. Wilson and ; Dyer and Montgomery counties, Tennessee
and George P. Dykes; From to Shawneetown and Cairo on both sides of the Wabash.
P. Sessions; Oxford county, .
and ; Lexington, Kentucky.
; Ottowa, .
W.W. Rust; Worcester county, .
Aaron M. York; Maine.
Asaph Rice; Pontiac,
; , Connecticut.
Lorin Farr; . [HC 5:348]
Stephen Perry, Amos B. Tomlinson, E. G. Terrill, Amos P. Rogers, Joseph Outhouse and William Bird; ;
Francis Edwards and Charles Ryan; Jackson county, Tennessee.
Benjamin Kempton; Wheeling to Mount Vernon, .
Peter Hess, of ; Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Noah Curtis and Luman H. Calkins; Wayne county, .
Stratton Thornton and Sandford Porter; South-east part of and Indiana.
Benjamin Leland and ; Erie county, .
Samuel Swarner; Orleans county, .
Samuel Parker; York county, .
Jacob E. Terry and Err Terry; Niagara District, .
and Elisha Edwards; Loraine and Huron counties, .
Edwin Williams; Hunterdon county .
Jacob G. Bigler; Lewis county, .
Orlando Hovey; Franklin county, Indiana
; Some place in the interior of , where the elders have not been.
F.B. Jacaway and Samuel Rowland; Adams county, .
Moses Tracy; Perry county, .
Alfred Brown; Chautauque county, .
Noah Rogers, Peter Lemons, Joseph Mount, B.W. Wilson, and John Brown; .
; To labor on the Temple.
James Carroll; Henry county, Indiana.
Levi Stewart and James Pace; Williamson and Gallatin counties, . [p. 1525]
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