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History, 1838–1856, volume C-1 Addenda

1841 Aug 7 therefore necessary to get them into use as soon as possible, and in order to do this, Don Carlos

25 Mar. 1816–7 Aug. 1841. Farmer, printer, editor. Born at Norwich, Windsor Co., Vermont. Son of Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack. Moved to Palmyra, Ontario Co., New York, 1816–Jan. 1817. Moved to Manchester, Ontario Co., 1825. Baptized into LDS church by David...

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was under the necessity of cleaning out a cellar through which a spring was constantly flowing, as the only place where he could put up the press. Ebenezer Robinson

25 May 1816–11 Mar. 1891. Printer, editor, publisher. Born at Floyd (near Rome), Oneida Co., New York. Son of Nathan Robinson and Mary Brown. Moved to Utica, Oneida Co., ca. 1831, and learned printing trade at Utica Observer. Moved to Ravenna, Portage Co....

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and wife

22 Aug. 1814–8 Apr. 1880. Schoolteacher. Born at Aurelius, Cayuga Co., New York. Daughter of Asa Works and Abigail Marks. Sister of Brigham Young’s first wife, Miriam Works Young. Baptized into LDS church, 1835, at Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio. Married Ebenezer...

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being sick, threw the entire burden on him.
As a great number of brethren lay sick in the town, on Tuesday 23rd. July 1839, I told Carlos

25 Mar. 1816–7 Aug. 1841. Farmer, printer, editor. Born at Norwich, Windsor Co., Vermont. Son of Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack. Moved to Palmyra, Ontario Co., New York, 1816–Jan. 1817. Moved to Manchester, Ontario Co., 1825. Baptized into LDS church by David...

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and George A.

26 June 1817–1 Sept. 1875. Born at Potsdam, St. Lawrence Co., New York. Son of John Smith and Clarissa Lyman. Baptized into LDS church by Joseph H. Wakefield, 10 Sept. 1832, at Potsdam. Moved to Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio, 1833. Labored on Kirtland temple...

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to go and visit all the sick, exercise mighty faith, and administer to them in the name of Jesus Christ, commanding the destroyer to depart, and the people to arise and walk; and—— not to leave a single person on the bed between my house and Ebeneezer Robinson

25 May 1816–11 Mar. 1891. Printer, editor, publisher. Born at Floyd (near Rome), Oneida Co., New York. Son of Nathan Robinson and Mary Brown. Moved to Utica, Oneida Co., ca. 1831, and learned printing trade at Utica Observer. Moved to Ravenna, Portage Co....

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’s, two miles distant; they administered to over 60 persons, many of whom thought they would never sit up again; but they were healed, arose from their beds, and gave glory to God; some of them assisted—— in visiting and administering to others who were sick.
Working in the damp cellar, and administering to the sick impaired his health, so that the first number of the Times & Seasons was not issued until November. He edited 31 numbers.
He was elected Major in the Hancock county Militia, and on the death of Seymour Brunson

1 Dec. 1798–10 Aug. 1840. Farmer. Born at Plattsburg, Clinton Co., New York. Son of Reuben Brunson and Sally Clark. Served in War of 1812. Married Harriet Gould of Hector, Tompkins Co., New York, ca. 1823. Baptized into LDS church by Solomon Hancock, Jan....

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—— Lieutenant Colonel.
He was elected on 1st. February 1841, a member of the city Council of Nauvoo

Principal gathering place for Saints following expulsion from Missouri. Beginning in 1839, LDS church purchased lands in earlier settlement of Commerce and planned settlement of Commerce City, as well as surrounding areas. Served as church headquarters, 1839...

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——; and took the necessary oath on 3rd. February, and on the 4th. he was elected Brigadier General of the first Cohort of the Nauvoo Legion.
He was 6 feet 4 inches high, was very straight and well made; had light hair, and was very strong and active. His usual weight when in health was—— 200 lbs. He was universally beloved by the Saints
He left three daughters, namely Agnes C., Sophronia C., and Josephine D. (see page 1219

Addenda • 13–14 September 1841

Sept. 13 Bro. Edward Hunter Senr. of Chester Co. Penn. visited Nauvoo

Principal gathering place for Saints following expulsion from Missouri. Beginning in 1839, LDS church purchased lands in earlier settlement of Commerce and planned settlement of Commerce City, as well as surrounding areas. Served as church headquarters, 1839...

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, and purchased $4500. of town lots and farming land: paid me $2.000 in cash and made arrangements to pay the balance in two months.
Received an invitation from Brigadier General Ezekiel M. Swazey

9 Apr. 1808–3 Jan. 1863. Soldier, attorney, farmer. Born in Vermont. Moved to what later became Iowa Territory, by 1830. Appointed brigadier general in Iowa territorial militia, 9 Jan. 1830. Elected member of first Iowa territorial legislature, 12 Nov. 1838...

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and Colonel Amos B. Fuller

26 Mar. 1810–29 Mar. 1853. Blacksmith, farmer. Born at Stockholm, St. Lawrence Co., New York. Son of Luther Fuller and Lorena (Lovina) Mitchell. Married Esther Victoria Smith, cousin of JS, 8 Mar. 1832, at Stockholm. Baptized into LDS church, Oct. 1833, at...

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of the militia of Lee Co.

First permanent settlement established, 1820. Organized 1837. Population in 1838 about 2,800; in 1840 about 6,100; in 1844 about 9,800; and in 1846 about 13,000. Following expulsion from Missouri, 1838–1839, many Saints found refuge in eastern Iowa Territory...

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Iowa, to attend the military parade tomorrow at Montrose

Located in southern part of county on western shore of Mississippi River. Area settled by Captain James White, 1832, following Black Hawk War. Federal government purchased land from White to create Fort Des Moines, 1834. Fort abandoned; remaining settlement...

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as. visitor.— Genls 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 John C. Bennett

3 Aug. 1804–5 Aug. 1867. Physician, minister, poultry breeder. Born at Fairhaven, Bristol Co., Massachusetts. Son of John Bennett and Abigail Cook. Moved to Marietta, Washington Co., Ohio, 1808; to Massachusetts, 1812; and back to Marietta, 1822. Married ...

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received a similar invitation
(14 Went over to Montrose

Located in southern part of county on western shore of Mississippi River. Area settled by Captain James White, 1832, following Black Hawk War. Federal government purchased land from White to create Fort Des Moines, 1834. Fort abandoned; remaining settlement...

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. (accompanied by bross. Edward Hunter

22 June 1793–16 Oct. 1883. Farmer, currier, surveyor, merchant. Born at Newtown Township, Delaware Co., Pennsylvania. Son of Edward Hunter and Hannah Maris. Volunteer cavalryman in Delaware Co. militia, 1822–1829. Served as Delaware Co. commissioner. Moved...

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, :) & Wm. A. Gheen I was very courteously received by General Swazey

9 Apr. 1808–3 Jan. 1863. Soldier, attorney, farmer. Born in Vermont. Moved to what later became Iowa Territory, by 1830. Appointed brigadier general in Iowa territorial militia, 9 Jan. 1830. Elected member of first Iowa territorial legislature, 12 Nov. 1838...

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, the officers and militia. Mr. David W. Kilbourn

12 Apr. 1803–24 Apr. 1876. Merchant, land agent, postmaster, lawyer, railroad executive. Born in Marlborough, Hartford Co., Connecticut. Son of David Kilbourn(e) and Lydia Welles. Member of Presbyterian church. Married Harriet Rice in Albany, Albany Co., ...

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<1841  Aug 7> therefore necessary to get them into use as soon as possible, and  in order to <do> this, Don Carlos

25 Mar. 1816–7 Aug. 1841. Farmer, printer, editor. Born at Norwich, Windsor Co., Vermont. Son of Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack. Moved to Palmyra, Ontario Co., New York, 1816–Jan. 1817. Moved to Manchester, Ontario Co., 1825. Baptized into LDS church by David...

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was under the necessity of cleaning out  a cellar through which a spring was constantly flowing, as the  only place where he could put up the press. Ebenezer Robinson

25 May 1816–11 Mar. 1891. Printer, editor, publisher. Born at Floyd (near Rome), Oneida Co., New York. Son of Nathan Robinson and Mary Brown. Moved to Utica, Oneida Co., ca. 1831, and learned printing trade at Utica Observer. Moved to Ravenna, Portage Co....

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 and wife

22 Aug. 1814–8 Apr. 1880. Schoolteacher. Born at Aurelius, Cayuga Co., New York. Daughter of Asa Works and Abigail Marks. Sister of Brigham Young’s first wife, Miriam Works Young. Baptized into LDS church, 1835, at Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio. Married Ebenezer...

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being sick, threw the entire burden on him.
As a great number of brethren lay sick in the town, on Tuesday  23rd. July 1839, I told Carlos

25 Mar. 1816–7 Aug. 1841. Farmer, printer, editor. Born at Norwich, Windsor Co., Vermont. Son of Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack. Moved to Palmyra, Ontario Co., New York, 1816–Jan. 1817. Moved to Manchester, Ontario Co., 1825. Baptized into LDS church by David...

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and George A.

26 June 1817–1 Sept. 1875. Born at Potsdam, St. Lawrence Co., New York. Son of John Smith and Clarissa Lyman. Baptized into LDS church by Joseph H. Wakefield, 10 Sept. 1832, at Potsdam. Moved to Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio, 1833. Labored on Kirtland temple...

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to go and visit all the  sick, exercise mighty faith, and administer to them in the name  of Jesus Christ, commanding the destroyer to depart, and the  people to arise and walk; and—— not to leave a single person  on the bed between my house and Ebeneezer Robinson

25 May 1816–11 Mar. 1891. Printer, editor, publisher. Born at Floyd (near Rome), Oneida Co., New York. Son of Nathan Robinson and Mary Brown. Moved to Utica, Oneida Co., ca. 1831, and learned printing trade at Utica Observer. Moved to Ravenna, Portage Co....

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’s, two miles distant;  they administered to over 60 persons, many of whom thought they would  never sit up again; but they were healed, arose from their beds, and  gave glory to God; some of them assisted—— in  visiting and administering to others who were sick.
Working in the damp cellar, and administering to the sick  impaired his health, so that the first number of the Times & Seasons  was not issued until November. He edited 31 numbers.
He was elected Major in the Hancock county Militia, and  on the death of Seymour Brunson

1 Dec. 1798–10 Aug. 1840. Farmer. Born at Plattsburg, Clinton Co., New York. Son of Reuben Brunson and Sally Clark. Served in War of 1812. Married Harriet Gould of Hector, Tompkins Co., New York, ca. 1823. Baptized into LDS church by Solomon Hancock, Jan....

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—— Lieutenant  Colonel.
He was elected on 1st. February 1841, a member of the city Council  of Nauvoo

Principal gathering place for Saints following expulsion from Missouri. Beginning in 1839, LDS church purchased lands in earlier settlement of Commerce and planned settlement of Commerce City, as well as surrounding areas. Served as church headquarters, 1839...

More Info
——; and took the necessary oath on 3rd. February,  and on the 4th. he was elected Brigadier General of the first  Cohort of the Nauvoo Legion.
He was 6 feet 4 inches high, was very straight and well  made; had light hair, and was very strong and active. His  usual weight when in health was—— 200 lbs. He was universally  <beloved by the Saints>
He left three daughters, namely Agnes C., Sophronia C.,  and Josephine D. (see page 1219

Addenda • 13–14 September 1841

Jonathan Grimshaw handwriting ends; Leo Hawkins begins.  


<Sept. 13> Bro. Edward Hunter <Senr.> of Chester Co. Penn. visited Nauvoo

Principal gathering place for Saints following expulsion from Missouri. Beginning in 1839, LDS church purchased lands in earlier settlement of Commerce and planned settlement of Commerce City, as well as surrounding areas. Served as church headquarters, 1839...

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, and pur chased $4500. of town lots and farming land: paid me $2.000 in cash  and made arrangements to pay the balance in two months.
Received and invitation from Brigadier General Ezekiel M. Swazey

9 Apr. 1808–3 Jan. 1863. Soldier, attorney, farmer. Born in Vermont. Moved to what later became Iowa Territory, by 1830. Appointed brigadier general in Iowa territorial militia, 9 Jan. 1830. Elected member of first Iowa territorial legislature, 12 Nov. 1838...

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 and Colonel Amos B. Fuller

26 Mar. 1810–29 Mar. 1853. Blacksmith, farmer. Born at Stockholm, St. Lawrence Co., New York. Son of Luther Fuller and Lorena (Lovina) Mitchell. Married Esther Victoria Smith, cousin of JS, 8 Mar. 1832, at Stockholm. Baptized into LDS church, Oct. 1833, at...

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of the militia of Lee Co.

First permanent settlement established, 1820. Organized 1837. Population in 1838 about 2,800; in 1840 about 6,100; in 1844 about 9,800; and in 1846 about 13,000. Following expulsion from Missouri, 1838–1839, many Saints found refuge in eastern Iowa Territory...

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Iowa, to attend the  military parade tomorrow at Montrose

Located in southern part of county on western shore of Mississippi River. Area settled by Captain James White, 1832, following Black Hawk War. Federal government purchased land from White to create Fort Des Moines, 1834. Fort abandoned; remaining settlement...

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as. visitor.— Genls 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 J[ohn] C. Bennett

3 Aug. 1804–5 Aug. 1867. Physician, minister, poultry breeder. Born at Fairhaven, Bristol Co., Massachusetts. Son of John Bennett and Abigail Cook. Moved to Marietta, Washington Co., Ohio, 1808; to Massachusetts, 1812; and back to Marietta, 1822. Married ...

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received a similar invitation
<(14> Went over to Montrose

Located in southern part of county on western shore of Mississippi River. Area settled by Captain James White, 1832, following Black Hawk War. Federal government purchased land from White to create Fort Des Moines, 1834. Fort abandoned; remaining settlement...

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. <(accompanied by bross. Edward Hunter

22 June 1793–16 Oct. 1883. Farmer, currier, surveyor, merchant. Born at Newtown Township, Delaware Co., Pennsylvania. Son of Edward Hunter and Hannah Maris. Volunteer cavalryman in Delaware Co. militia, 1822–1829. Served as Delaware Co. commissioner. Moved...

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, of Chester Co. Penn:) & Wm. A. Gheen> I was very courteously received by General  Swazey

9 Apr. 1808–3 Jan. 1863. Soldier, attorney, farmer. Born in Vermont. Moved to what later became Iowa Territory, by 1830. Appointed brigadier general in Iowa territorial militia, 9 Jan. 1830. Elected member of first Iowa territorial legislature, 12 Nov. 1838...

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, the officers and militia. Mr. D[avid] W. Kilbourn

12 Apr. 1803–24 Apr. 1876. Merchant, land agent, postmaster, lawyer, railroad executive. Born in Marlborough, Hartford Co., Connecticut. Son of David Kilbourn(e) and Lydia Welles. Member of Presbyterian church. Married Harriet Rice in Albany, Albany Co., ...

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JS, History, 1838–1856, vol. C-1, addenda, created 18 Oct.–ca. 20 Nov. 1854; 75 pages in volume bearing three labels reading “Historical Notation,” “From 1841 to 1851,” and “Addenda to C1;” handwriting of Leo Hawkins, Jonathan Grimshaw, Robert Campbell, and John L. Smith; CHL.

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