Harriman (Herriman), Henry


9 June 1804–17 May 1891. Shoemaker, farmer. Born at Bradford, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Son of Enoch Harriman and Sarah Brockbank/Brocklebank. Married Clarissa Boynton, 26 Apr. 1827, at Bradford. Baptized into Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by Orson Hyde, 29 Aug. 1832, at Rowley, Essex Co. Ordained an elder, 8 June 1833, at Bath, Grafton Co., New Hampshire. Moved to Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio, 1834. Participated in Camp of Israel, 1834. Member of First Quorum of the Seventy, 1835. Appointed a president of the Seventy, 6 Feb. 1838. An organizer of Kirtland Camp migration from Kirtland to Missouri, 1838. Lived at Adam-ondi-Ahman, Daviess Co., Missouri, Oct. 1838. Expelled from Missouri, spring 1839; located at Commerce (later Nauvoo), Hancock Co., Illinois, that same year. Migrated to Salt Lake Valley, 1848. Served mission to Great Britain, 1857–1858. Moved to Washington, Washington Co., Utah Territory, by 1870. Moved to Huntington, Emery Co., Utah Territory, in 1887. Died at Huntington.


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Herriman, Henry