<14> Sunday 14. The committ[e] in Council Resolv[e]d (X. Minites G.) Barlow’s, to send Sisters Frosdick, & Meeks, & bro amd another family, with Bros Jones’ Burton’ & Barlow’s teems. which had rec[e]ntly arriv[e]d at from .
<36 families at Tenney’s Grove> The committe[e] moved 36 families into Tenney’s Grove about 25 miles from , and a few men were appointed to chop wood for them, while was to furnish them with meal & meet until they could be remvd [removed] to . The corn was ground at the committes <horse> Mill in . was obliged to secrete himself in the corn fields &c duri[n]g the day, & was in at night counselling the committe & brethrn.
<Joseph left > <15> Monday 15. Having procu[re]d a change of venue we start[e]d for , and were conducted on our way to that place by a strong guard. This evening the committee met to make arrangeme[n]ts concerning teams and the moving of the feew families who yet remain in at .
< & left .> <18> Thurday 18.[th] This morning went into the committee’s Room, and told the committee to wind up their affairs & be off or their lives would be taken. had gone over the on business. & , were presnt. at . 12 men went to ’s <with loaded rifles> to shoot him. They broke 17 clocks into match wood. They broke tables, smashed in the windows, while the county judge looked on & laughed. One Whitaker Whitaker threw Iron pots at , one of which hit him on the shoulder, at which Whitaker jumped and laughd <laughed> like a mad man. The mob shot down [p. 52]