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History, 1838–1856, volume B-1 [1 September 1834–2 November 1838]

September 5 Joseph’s Affidavit continued possession of the deponent. The deponent further saith, that no violation was offered to any individual in his presence, or within his knowledge; and that no insulting language was given by either party, except on the part of Mrs. Black, who while Mr. Black

11 Sept. 1801–14 July 1890. Farmer, sheriff, justice of the peace, judge. Born at Henderson Co., Kentucky. Son of William Black and Jane Wilson. Moved near Booneville, Copper Co., Missouri Territory, and then to Ray Co., Missouri Territory, 1819. Elected ...

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was engaged in making out the above named writing, (which he made with his own hand) gave to this Deponent, and others of the Society, highly insulting language, and false accusations, which were calculated in their nature to greatly irritate, if possible, the feelings of the bystanders belonging to said Society, in language like this:— being asked by the Deponent if she knew any thing in the Mormon People derogatory to the character of gentlemen, she answered in the negative— but said she did not know but the object of their visit was to steal something from them. After Mr. Black

11 Sept. 1801–14 July 1890. Farmer, sheriff, justice of the peace, judge. Born at Henderson Co., Kentucky. Son of William Black and Jane Wilson. Moved near Booneville, Copper Co., Missouri Territory, and then to Ray Co., Missouri Territory, 1819. Elected ...

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had executed the writing deponent asked Mr. Black

11 Sept. 1801–14 July 1890. Farmer, sheriff, justice of the peace, judge. Born at Henderson Co., Kentucky. Son of William Black and Jane Wilson. Moved near Booneville, Copper Co., Missouri Territory, and then to Ray Co., Missouri Territory, 1819. Elected ...

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if he had any unfriendly feelings towards the Deponent, and if he had not treated him genteelly. He answered in the affirmative; deponent then took leave of said Black

11 Sept. 1801–14 July 1890. Farmer, sheriff, justice of the peace, judge. Born at Henderson Co., Kentucky. Son of William Black and Jane Wilson. Moved near Booneville, Copper Co., Missouri Territory, and then to Ray Co., Missouri Territory, 1819. Elected ...

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and repaired to the house of Lyman Wight

9 May 1796–31 Mar. 1858. Farmer. Born at Fairfield, Herkimer Co., New York. Son of Levi Wight Jr. and Sarah Corbin. Served in War of 1812. Married Harriet Benton, 5 Jan. 1823, at Henrietta, Monroe Co., New York. Moved to Warrensville, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, ...

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— The next day we returned to Far West

Originally called Shoal Creek. Located fifty-five miles northeast of Independence. Surveyed 1823; first settled by whites, 1831. Site purchased, 8 Aug. 1836, before Caldwell Co. was organized for Latter-day Saints in Missouri. William W. Phelps and John Whitmer...

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— and further x this deponent saith not— Joseph Smith Jr.
Sworn to and subscribed this fifth day of September A.D. 1838. Elias Higbee

23 Oct. 1795–8 June 1843. Clerk, judge, surveyor. Born at Galloway, Gloucester Co., New Jersey. Son of Isaac Higbee and Sophia Somers. Moved to Clermont Co., Ohio, 1803. Married Sarah Elizabeth Ward, 10 Sept. 1818, in Tate Township, Clermont Co. Lived at ...

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J.C.C.C.C.”
Judge Austin A. King

21 Sept. 1802–22 Apr. 1870. Attorney, judge, politician, farmer. Born at Sullivan Co., Tennessee. Son of Walter King and Nancy Sevier. Married first Nancy Harris Roberts, 13 May 1828, at Jackson, Madison Co., Tennessee. In 1830, moved to Missouri, where he...

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arrived at Far West

Originally called Shoal Creek. Located fifty-five miles northeast of Independence. Surveyed 1823; first settled by whites, 1831. Site purchased, 8 Aug. 1836, before Caldwell Co. was organized for Latter-day Saints in Missouri. William W. Phelps and John Whitmer...

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on his way to Daviess

Area in northwest Missouri settled by European Americans, 1830. Sparsely inhabited until 1838. Created from Ray Co., Dec. 1836, in attempt to resolve conflicts related to Mormon settlement in that region. County is transected diagonally from northwest to ...

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to meet the proposed trial General David R. Atchison

11 Aug. 1807–26 Jan. 1886. Lawyer, judge, agriculturist, politician, farmer. Born at Frogtown, near Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky. Son of William Atchison and Catherine Allen. About 1830, moved to Liberty, Clay Co., Missouri, where he became a prominent...

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had gone before Judge King

21 Sept. 1802–22 Apr. 1870. Attorney, judge, politician, farmer. Born at Sullivan Co., Tennessee. Son of Walter King and Nancy Sevier. Married first Nancy Harris Roberts, 13 May 1828, at Jackson, Madison Co., Tennessee. In 1830, moved to Missouri, where he...

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arrived and the Judge tarried all night I was at home after six o clock in the evening.
Camp. Brother Nickerson’s child died in the Camp this morning. Passed through Mount Vernon, Mount Meridian, Putnamsville, Manhattan, Washington Township, Pleasant Garden into Van Buren Township Clay County— twenty miles and tented in the Road about one furlong west of Grays Creek— There was much sickness in the Country through which the Camp passed—

6 September 1838 • Thursday

6 Thursday 6. Camp travelled seventeen miles and encamped two miles East of Terre Haute

Situated high on east bank of Wabash River. French settlement, 1720–1763; name is French for “high land.” Founded as Fort Harrison, 1811. Laid out and incorporated, 1816. Vigo Co. seat. Population in 1830 about 600; in 1837 about 1,100; and in 1840 about ...

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. roads very dusty.
Joseph’s trial before Judge King

21 Sept. 1802–22 Apr. 1870. Attorney, judge, politician, farmer. Born at Sullivan Co., Tennessee. Son of Walter King and Nancy Sevier. Married first Nancy Harris Roberts, 13 May 1828, at Jackson, Madison Co., Tennessee. In 1830, moved to Missouri, where he...

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At half past seven this morning I started on horseback accompanied by several brethren among whom was my Brother Hyrum Smith

9 Feb. 1800–27 June 1844. Farmer, cooper. Born at Tunbridge, Orange Co., Vermont. Son of Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack. Moved to Randolph, Orange Co., 1802; to Tunbridge, before May 1803; to Royalton, Windsor Co., Vermont, 1804; to Sharon, Windsor Co., by...

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and Judge Elias Higbee

23 Oct. 1795–8 June 1843. Clerk, judge, surveyor. Born at Galloway, Gloucester Co., New Jersey. Son of Isaac Higbee and Sophia Somers. Moved to Clermont Co., Ohio, 1803. Married Sarah Elizabeth Ward, 10 Sept. 1818, in Tate Township, Clermont Co. Lived at ...

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to attend my trial at Brother Waldo Littlefield

24 May 1797–29 Jan. 1879. Farmer. Born at Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York. Son of Josiah Littlefield and Eunice Hunt. Moved to Oneida Co., New York, ca. 1809. Married Mercy Higgins, 18 May 1817. Moved to Verona, Oneida Co., by 1820. Moved to Oakland ...

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’s . I thought it not wisdom to make my appearance before the public in that place in consequence of the many threats made against me and the high state of excitement— The Trial could not proceed on account of the absence of the Plaintiff and lack of testimony and the court adjourned until tomorrow at ten o clock in the morning— at a Mr. John Raglin

Ca. 1800–23 June 1886. Teamster, miller, farmer. Born in Virginia. Married first Flora Storm of Missouri, by 1825. Moved to Ray Co., Missouri, by June 1830. A pioneer settler in what later became Caldwell Co., Missouri, 1831. Moved to Daviess Co., Missouri...

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s, some six or eight miles further South, and within half a mile of the line of Caldwell

Located in northwest Missouri. Settled by whites, by 1831. Described as being “one-third timber and two-thirds prairie” in 1836. Created specifically for Latter-day Saints by Missouri state legislature, 29 Dec. 1836, in attempt to solve “Mormon problem.” ...

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, Raglins

Ca. 1800–23 June 1886. Teamster, miller, farmer. Born in Virginia. Married first Flora Storm of Missouri, by 1825. Moved to Ray Co., Missouri, by June 1830. A pioneer settler in what later became Caldwell Co., Missouri, 1831. Moved to Daviess Co., Missouri...

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is a Regular Mob Character. We all returned to Far West

Originally called Shoal Creek. Located fifty-five miles northeast of Independence. Surveyed 1823; first settled by whites, 1831. Site purchased, 8 Aug. 1836, before Caldwell Co. was organized for Latter-day Saints in Missouri. William W. Phelps and John Whitmer...

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, where we arrived before dark.

7 September 1838 • Friday

7 Friday 7. About Sunrise I started with my friends and arrived at Mr. John Raglin

Ca. 1800–23 June 1886. Teamster, miller, farmer. Born in Virginia. Married first Flora Storm of Missouri, by 1825. Moved to Ray Co., Missouri, by June 1830. A pioneer settler in what later became Caldwell Co., Missouri, 1831. Moved to Daviess Co., Missouri...

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s at the appointed hour. We did not know but there would be a disturbance among the Mob Characters, to day, we accordingly had a company of men placed at the County line so as to be ready at a minute’s warning if there should be any difficulty at the trial, the trial commenced. William P. Penniston Peniston

Ca. 1811–10 Nov. 1850. Sheriff, military colonel, clerk, hotelier. Born at Jessamine Co., Kentucky. Son of Robert Peniston and Nancy Nuttle. Moved to Ray Co., Missouri, ca. 1831. A founder of Millport, in what became Daviess Co., Missouri, where family built...

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who was the Prosecutor had no witnesses but Adam Black

11 Sept. 1801–14 July 1890. Farmer, sheriff, justice of the peace, judge. Born at Henderson Co., Kentucky. Son of William Black and Jane Wilson. Moved near Booneville, Copper Co., Missouri Territory, and then to Ray Co., Missouri Territory, 1819. Elected ...

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, who contrived to swear a great many things that never had an existence until he swore them and I presume never entered the heart of any man to conceive and in fine I think he swore by the Job— and that he was employed so to do by Peniston

Ca. 1811–10 Nov. 1850. Sheriff, military colonel, clerk, hotelier. Born at Jessamine Co., Kentucky. Son of Robert Peniston and Nancy Nuttle. Moved to Ray Co., Missouri, ca. 1831. A founder of Millport, in what became Daviess Co., Missouri, where family built...

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— The Witnesses on the part of the defence were Dimick B. Huntington

26 May 1808–1 Feb. 1879. Farmer, blacksmith, shoemaker, constable, coroner, deputy sheriff, Indian interpreter. Born at Watertown, Jefferson Co., New York. Son of William Huntington and Zina Baker. Married Fannie Maria Allen, 28 Apr. 1830. Baptized into LDS...

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, Gideon Carter

1798–25 Oct. 1838. Born at Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut. Son of Gideon Carter and Johanna Sims. Moved to Benson, Rutland Co., Vermont, by 1810. Married first Hilah (Hilda) Burwell, 1822. Moved to Amherst, Lorain Co., Ohio, 1831. Baptized into ...

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, Adam Lightner Jr.

14 Apr. 1810–19 Aug. 1885. Carpenter, merchant, hotelier, farmer. Born at Lancaster, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania. Son of Adam Lightner and Mary Trout. Married Mary Elizabeth Rollins, 11 Aug. 1835, at Liberty, Clay Co., Missouri. Never member of LDS church...

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and George W. Robinson

14 May 1814–10 Feb. 1878. Clerk, postmaster, merchant, clothier, banker. Born at Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vermont. Baptized into LDS church and moved to Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio, by 1836. Clerk and recorder for Kirtland high council, beginning Jan. 1836. Married...

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— The Judge

21 Sept. 1802–22 Apr. 1870. Attorney, judge, politician, farmer. Born at Sullivan Co., Tennessee. Son of Walter King and Nancy Sevier. Married first Nancy Harris Roberts, 13 May 1828, at Jackson, Madison Co., Tennessee. In 1830, moved to Missouri, where he...

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bound Colonel Lyman Wight

9 May 1796–31 Mar. 1858. Farmer. Born at Fairfield, Herkimer Co., New York. Son of Levi Wight Jr. and Sarah Corbin. Served in War of 1812. Married Harriet Benton, 5 Jan. 1823, at Henrietta, Monroe Co., New York. Moved to Warrensville, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, ...

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and myself over to court in a five hundred dollar bond— there was no proof against us to criminate us, but it is supposed he did it to pacify as much as possible the feelings of the Mobbers— the Judge

21 Sept. 1802–22 Apr. 1870. Attorney, judge, politician, farmer. Born at Sullivan Co., Tennessee. Son of Walter King and Nancy Sevier. Married first Nancy Harris Roberts, 13 May 1828, at Jackson, Madison Co., Tennessee. In 1830, moved to Missouri, where he...

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stated afterwards in the presence of George W. Robison

14 May 1814–10 Feb. 1878. Clerk, postmaster, merchant, clothier, banker. Born at Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vermont. Baptized into LDS church and moved to Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio, by 1836. Clerk and recorder for Kirtland high council, beginning Jan. 1836. Married...

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that there was nothing proven against us worthy of bonds, but we submitted without— murmuring a word, gave the bonds with sufficient Securities, and all returned home the same evening— We found two persons in Daviess

Area in northwest Missouri settled by European Americans, 1830. Sparsely inhabited until 1838. Created from Ray Co., Dec. 1836, in attempt to resolve conflicts related to Mormon settlement in that region. County is transected diagonally from northwest to ...

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at the trial, which Gentlemen were sent [p. 821]
<September 5  Joseph’s Affidavit  continued> possession of the deponent. The deponent further saith, that no violation was offered to any  individual in his presence, or within his knowledge; and that no insulting language was given by  either party, except on the part of Mrs. Black, who while Mr. Black

11 Sept. 1801–14 July 1890. Farmer, sheriff, justice of the peace, judge. Born at Henderson Co., Kentucky. Son of William Black and Jane Wilson. Moved near Booneville, Copper Co., Missouri Territory, and then to Ray Co., Missouri Territory, 1819. Elected ...

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was engaged in making out  the above named writing, (which he made with his own hand) gave to this Deponent, and others  of the Society, highly insulting language, and false accusations, which were calculated in  their nature to greatly irritate, if possible, the feelings of the bystanders belonging to said  Society, in language like this:— being asked by the Deponent if she knew any thing  in the Mormon People derogatory to the character of gentlemen, she answered in the  negative— but said she did not know but the object of their visit was to steal something  from them. After Mr. Black

11 Sept. 1801–14 July 1890. Farmer, sheriff, justice of the peace, judge. Born at Henderson Co., Kentucky. Son of William Black and Jane Wilson. Moved near Booneville, Copper Co., Missouri Territory, and then to Ray Co., Missouri Territory, 1819. Elected ...

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had executed the writing deponent asked Mr. Black

11 Sept. 1801–14 July 1890. Farmer, sheriff, justice of the peace, judge. Born at Henderson Co., Kentucky. Son of William Black and Jane Wilson. Moved near Booneville, Copper Co., Missouri Territory, and then to Ray Co., Missouri Territory, 1819. Elected ...

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if he  had any unfriendly feelings towards the Deponent, and if he had not treated him genteelly.  He answered in the affirmative; deponent then took leave of said Black

11 Sept. 1801–14 July 1890. Farmer, sheriff, justice of the peace, judge. Born at Henderson Co., Kentucky. Son of William Black and Jane Wilson. Moved near Booneville, Copper Co., Missouri Territory, and then to Ray Co., Missouri Territory, 1819. Elected ...

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and repaired to  the house of Lyman Wight

9 May 1796–31 Mar. 1858. Farmer. Born at Fairfield, Herkimer Co., New York. Son of Levi Wight Jr. and Sarah Corbin. Served in War of 1812. Married Harriet Benton, 5 Jan. 1823, at Henrietta, Monroe Co., New York. Moved to Warrensville, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, ...

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— The next day we returned to Far West

Originally called Shoal Creek. Located fifty-five miles northeast of Independence. Surveyed 1823; first settled by whites, 1831. Site purchased, 8 Aug. 1836, before Caldwell Co. was organized for Latter-day Saints in Missouri. William W. Phelps and John Whitmer...

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— and further  <x> this deponent saith not— Joseph Smith Jr.
Sworn to and subscribed this fifth day of September A.D. 1838. Elias Higbee

23 Oct. 1795–8 June 1843. Clerk, judge, surveyor. Born at Galloway, Gloucester Co., New Jersey. Son of Isaac Higbee and Sophia Somers. Moved to Clermont Co., Ohio, 1803. Married Sarah Elizabeth Ward, 10 Sept. 1818, in Tate Township, Clermont Co. Lived at ...

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J.C.C.C.C.”
Judge [Austin A.] King

21 Sept. 1802–22 Apr. 1870. Attorney, judge, politician, farmer. Born at Sullivan Co., Tennessee. Son of Walter King and Nancy Sevier. Married first Nancy Harris Roberts, 13 May 1828, at Jackson, Madison Co., Tennessee. In 1830, moved to Missouri, where he...

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arrived at Far West

Originally called Shoal Creek. Located fifty-five miles northeast of Independence. Surveyed 1823; first settled by whites, 1831. Site purchased, 8 Aug. 1836, before Caldwell Co. was organized for Latter-day Saints in Missouri. William W. Phelps and John Whitmer...

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on his way to Daviess

Area in northwest Missouri settled by European Americans, 1830. Sparsely inhabited until 1838. Created from Ray Co., Dec. 1836, in attempt to resolve conflicts related to Mormon settlement in that region. County is transected diagonally from northwest to ...

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to meet the proposed trial  General [David R.] Atchison

11 Aug. 1807–26 Jan. 1886. Lawyer, judge, agriculturist, politician, farmer. Born at Frogtown, near Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky. Son of William Atchison and Catherine Allen. About 1830, moved to Liberty, Clay Co., Missouri, where he became a prominent...

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had gone before Judge King

21 Sept. 1802–22 Apr. 1870. Attorney, judge, politician, farmer. Born at Sullivan Co., Tennessee. Son of Walter King and Nancy Sevier. Married first Nancy Harris Roberts, 13 May 1828, at Jackson, Madison Co., Tennessee. In 1830, moved to Missouri, where he...

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arrived and the Judge tarried all night  I was at home after six o clock in the evening.
<Camp.> Brother Nickerson’s child died in the Camp this morning. Passed through Mount  Vernon, Mount Meridian, Putnamsville, Manhattan, Washington Township, Pleasant  Garden into Van Buren Township Clay County— twenty miles and tented in the Road  about one furlong west of Grays Creek— There was much sickness in the Country  through which the Camp passed—

6 September 1838 • Thursday

<6> Thursday 6. Camp travelled seventeen miles and encamped two miles East of Terre  Haute

Situated high on east bank of Wabash River. French settlement, 1720–1763; name is French for “high land.” Founded as Fort Harrison, 1811. Laid out and incorporated, 1816. Vigo Co. seat. Population in 1830 about 600; in 1837 about 1,100; and in 1840 about ...

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. roads very dusty.
<Joseph’s trial before  Judge King

21 Sept. 1802–22 Apr. 1870. Attorney, judge, politician, farmer. Born at Sullivan Co., Tennessee. Son of Walter King and Nancy Sevier. Married first Nancy Harris Roberts, 13 May 1828, at Jackson, Madison Co., Tennessee. In 1830, moved to Missouri, where he...

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> At half past seven this morning I started on horseback accompanied by several  brethren among whom was my Brother Hyrum [Smith]

9 Feb. 1800–27 June 1844. Farmer, cooper. Born at Tunbridge, Orange Co., Vermont. Son of Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack. Moved to Randolph, Orange Co., 1802; to Tunbridge, before May 1803; to Royalton, Windsor Co., Vermont, 1804; to Sharon, Windsor Co., by...

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and Judge E[lias] Higbee

23 Oct. 1795–8 June 1843. Clerk, judge, surveyor. Born at Galloway, Gloucester Co., New Jersey. Son of Isaac Higbee and Sophia Somers. Moved to Clermont Co., Ohio, 1803. Married Sarah Elizabeth Ward, 10 Sept. 1818, in Tate Township, Clermont Co. Lived at ...

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to attend my trial at  Brother [Waldo] Littlefield

24 May 1797–29 Jan. 1879. Farmer. Born at Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York. Son of Josiah Littlefield and Eunice Hunt. Moved to Oneida Co., New York, ca. 1809. Married Mercy Higgins, 18 May 1817. Moved to Verona, Oneida Co., by 1820. Moved to Oakland ...

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’s . I thought it not wisdom to make my appearance before the public in that  place in consequence of the many threats made against me and the high state of excitement—  The Trial could not proceed on account of the absence of the Plaintiff and lack of testimony  and the court adjourned until tomorrow at ten o clock in the morning— at a Mr. [John] Raglin

Ca. 1800–23 June 1886. Teamster, miller, farmer. Born in Virginia. Married first Flora Storm of Missouri, by 1825. Moved to Ray Co., Missouri, by June 1830. A pioneer settler in what later became Caldwell Co., Missouri, 1831. Moved to Daviess Co., Missouri...

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s,  some six or eight miles further South, and within half a mile of the line of Caldwell

Located in northwest Missouri. Settled by whites, by 1831. Described as being “one-third timber and two-thirds prairie” in 1836. Created specifically for Latter-day Saints by Missouri state legislature, 29 Dec. 1836, in attempt to solve “Mormon problem.” ...

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, Raglins

Ca. 1800–23 June 1886. Teamster, miller, farmer. Born in Virginia. Married first Flora Storm of Missouri, by 1825. Moved to Ray Co., Missouri, by June 1830. A pioneer settler in what later became Caldwell Co., Missouri, 1831. Moved to Daviess Co., Missouri...

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 is a Regular Mob Character. We all returned to Far West

Originally called Shoal Creek. Located fifty-five miles northeast of Independence. Surveyed 1823; first settled by whites, 1831. Site purchased, 8 Aug. 1836, before Caldwell Co. was organized for Latter-day Saints in Missouri. William W. Phelps and John Whitmer...

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, where we arrived before dark.

7 September 1838 • Friday

<7> Friday 7. About Sunrise I started with my friends and arrived at Mr. [John] Raglin

Ca. 1800–23 June 1886. Teamster, miller, farmer. Born in Virginia. Married first Flora Storm of Missouri, by 1825. Moved to Ray Co., Missouri, by June 1830. A pioneer settler in what later became Caldwell Co., Missouri, 1831. Moved to Daviess Co., Missouri...

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s at the appointed  hour. We did not know but there would be a disturbance among the Mob Characters, to day,  we accordingly had a company of men placed at the County line so as to be ready at a  minute’s warning if there should be any difficulty at the trial, the trial commenced. William  P. Penniston [Peniston]

Ca. 1811–10 Nov. 1850. Sheriff, military colonel, clerk, hotelier. Born at Jessamine Co., Kentucky. Son of Robert Peniston and Nancy Nuttle. Moved to Ray Co., Missouri, ca. 1831. A founder of Millport, in what became Daviess Co., Missouri, where family built...

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who was the Prosecutor had no witnesses but Adam Black

11 Sept. 1801–14 July 1890. Farmer, sheriff, justice of the peace, judge. Born at Henderson Co., Kentucky. Son of William Black and Jane Wilson. Moved near Booneville, Copper Co., Missouri Territory, and then to Ray Co., Missouri Territory, 1819. Elected ...

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, who contrived to swear a  great many things that never had an existence until he swore them and I presume never  entered the heart of any man to conceive and in fine I think he swore by the Job— and that  he was employed so to do by Peniston

Ca. 1811–10 Nov. 1850. Sheriff, military colonel, clerk, hotelier. Born at Jessamine Co., Kentucky. Son of Robert Peniston and Nancy Nuttle. Moved to Ray Co., Missouri, ca. 1831. A founder of Millport, in what became Daviess Co., Missouri, where family built...

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— The Witnesses on the part of the defence were Dimic[k]  B. Huntington

26 May 1808–1 Feb. 1879. Farmer, blacksmith, shoemaker, constable, coroner, deputy sheriff, Indian interpreter. Born at Watertown, Jefferson Co., New York. Son of William Huntington and Zina Baker. Married Fannie Maria Allen, 28 Apr. 1830. Baptized into LDS...

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, Gideon Carter

1798–25 Oct. 1838. Born at Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut. Son of Gideon Carter and Johanna Sims. Moved to Benson, Rutland Co., Vermont, by 1810. Married first Hilah (Hilda) Burwell, 1822. Moved to Amherst, Lorain Co., Ohio, 1831. Baptized into ...

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, Adam Lightner [Jr.]

14 Apr. 1810–19 Aug. 1885. Carpenter, merchant, hotelier, farmer. Born at Lancaster, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania. Son of Adam Lightner and Mary Trout. Married Mary Elizabeth Rollins, 11 Aug. 1835, at Liberty, Clay Co., Missouri. Never member of LDS church...

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and George W. Robinson

14 May 1814–10 Feb. 1878. Clerk, postmaster, merchant, clothier, banker. Born at Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vermont. Baptized into LDS church and moved to Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio, by 1836. Clerk and recorder for Kirtland high council, beginning Jan. 1836. Married...

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— The Judge

21 Sept. 1802–22 Apr. 1870. Attorney, judge, politician, farmer. Born at Sullivan Co., Tennessee. Son of Walter King and Nancy Sevier. Married first Nancy Harris Roberts, 13 May 1828, at Jackson, Madison Co., Tennessee. In 1830, moved to Missouri, where he...

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bound  Colonel [Lyman] Wight

9 May 1796–31 Mar. 1858. Farmer. Born at Fairfield, Herkimer Co., New York. Son of Levi Wight Jr. and Sarah Corbin. Served in War of 1812. Married Harriet Benton, 5 Jan. 1823, at Henrietta, Monroe Co., New York. Moved to Warrensville, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, ...

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and myself over to court in a five hundred dollar bond— there was no  proof against us to criminate us, but it is supposed he did it to pacify as much as possible  the feelings of the Mobbers— the Judge

21 Sept. 1802–22 Apr. 1870. Attorney, judge, politician, farmer. Born at Sullivan Co., Tennessee. Son of Walter King and Nancy Sevier. Married first Nancy Harris Roberts, 13 May 1828, at Jackson, Madison Co., Tennessee. In 1830, moved to Missouri, where he...

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stated afterwards in the presence of George W. Robison

14 May 1814–10 Feb. 1878. Clerk, postmaster, merchant, clothier, banker. Born at Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vermont. Baptized into LDS church and moved to Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio, by 1836. Clerk and recorder for Kirtland high council, beginning Jan. 1836. Married...

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 that there was nothing proven against us worthy of bonds, but we submitted without—  murmuring a word, gave the bonds with sufficient Securities, and all returned home the same  evening— We found two persons in Daviess

Area in northwest Missouri settled by European Americans, 1830. Sparsely inhabited until 1838. Created from Ray Co., Dec. 1836, in attempt to resolve conflicts related to Mormon settlement in that region. County is transected diagonally from northwest to ...

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at the trial, which Gentlemen were sent [p. 821]
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JS, History, 1838–1856, vol. B-1, created 1 Oct. 1843–24 Feb. 1845; handwriting of Willard Richards

24 June 1804–11 Mar. 1854. Teacher, lecturer, doctor, clerk, printer, editor, postmaster. Born at Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. Son of Joseph Richards and Rhoda Howe. Moved to Richmond, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts, 1813. Moved to Chatham, Columbia...

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and Thomas Bullock; 297 pages, plus 10 pages of addenda; CHL. This is the second volume of a six-volume manuscript history of the church. This second volume covers the period from 1 September 1834 to 2 November 1838; the subsequent four volumes, labeled C-1 through F-1, continue through 8 August 1844.

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