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History, circa 1841, fair copy

according to that which is just Build upon my rock which is my gospel; deny not the spirit of revelation nor the spirit of prophecy for wo unto him that shall deny these things. Therefore treasure up in your heart until the time which is in my wisdom that you shall go forth Behold I speak unto all who shall have good desires and thrust in their sickle to reap Behold I am Jesus Christ the son of God. I am the life and the light of the world I am the same who came unto my own and my own recieved me not But verily verily I say unto you that as many as recieveth me. to them will I give power to become the sons of God even to them that believe on my name Amen
About this time came an old gentleman of whom I wish to make honorable mention Viz Mr Jos

3 Nov. 1772–2 Feb. 1847. Farmer, miller. Born at Oakham, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. Son of Benjamin Knight and Sarah Crouch. Lived at Marlboro, Windham Co., Vermont, by 1780. Married first Polly Peck, 1795, in Windham Co. Moved to Jericho (later Bainbridge...

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Knights Knight Senr

3 Nov. 1772–2 Feb. 1847. Farmer, miller. Born at Oakham, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. Son of Benjamin Knight and Sarah Crouch. Lived at Marlboro, Windham Co., Vermont, by 1780. Married first Polly Peck, 1795, in Windham Co. Moved to Jericho (later Bainbridge...

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of Colesville

Area settled, beginning 1785. Formed from Windsor Township, Apr. 1821. Population in 1830 about 2,400. Villages within township included Harpursville, Nineveh, and Colesville. Susquehanna River ran through eastern portion of township. JS worked for Joseph...

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, Broome, Co, P,a, who having heard of the manner in which we were occupying our time very kindly brought us a quanty of provision that we might continue translating without interruption from the want of the necessaries of life Being very anxious to know his duty relative to this work I enquired of the Lord and obtained for him the following Revelation
1 A great and marvellous work is about to come forth among the children of men Behold, I and am God and give heed unto my word which is quick and powerful sharper than a two edged sword to the dividing asunder of both joints and marrow Therefor give heed unto my word
2 Behold the field is white already to harvest Therefore whoso desirith to reap [p. 39]
according to that which is just Build upon my rock  which is my gospel; deny not the spirit of revelation  nor the spirit of prophecy for wo unto him that shall  deny these things. Therefore treasure up in your heart  until the time which is in my wisdom that you shall go  forth Behold I speak unto all who shall go forth  have good desires and thrust in their sickle to reap  Behold I am Jesus Christ the son of God. I am the  life and the light of the world I am the same who  came unto my own and my own recieved me not  But verily verily I say unto you that as many as  recieveth me. to them will I give power to become the  sons of God even to them that believe on my  name Amen
About this time came an old gentleman of whom  I wish to make honorable mention Viz Mr Jos

3 Nov. 1772–2 Feb. 1847. Farmer, miller. Born at Oakham, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. Son of Benjamin Knight and Sarah Crouch. Lived at Marlboro, Windham Co., Vermont, by 1780. Married first Polly Peck, 1795, in Windham Co. Moved to Jericho (later Bainbridge...

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Knights [Knight]  Senr

3 Nov. 1772–2 Feb. 1847. Farmer, miller. Born at Oakham, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. Son of Benjamin Knight and Sarah Crouch. Lived at Marlboro, Windham Co., Vermont, by 1780. Married first Polly Peck, 1795, in Windham Co. Moved to Jericho (later Bainbridge...

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of Colesville

Area settled, beginning 1785. Formed from Windsor Township, Apr. 1821. Population in 1830 about 2,400. Villages within township included Harpursville, Nineveh, and Colesville. Susquehanna River ran through eastern portion of township. JS worked for Joseph...

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, Broom[e], Co, P,a, who having heard  of the manner in which we were occupying our time very  kindly brought us a quanty of provision that we might  continue translating without interruption from the want  of the necessaries of life Being very anxious to know  his duty relative to this work I enquired of the Lord and  obtained for him the following Revelation
1 A great and marvellous work is about to come forth  among the children of men Behold, I and [am] God  and give heed unto my word which is quick and  powerful like sharper than a two edged sword to the  dividing asunder of both joints and marrow  Therefor give heed unto my word
2 Behold the field is white already to harvest  Therefore whoso desirith to reap [p. 39]
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JS, History, [ca. 1841], fair copy; handwriting of Howard Coray

6 May 1817–16 Jan. 1908. Bookkeeper, clerk, teacher, farmer. Born in Dansville, Steuben Co., New York. Son of Silas Coray and Mary Stephens. Moved to Providence, Luzerne Co., Pennsylvania, ca. 1827; to Williams, Northampton Co., Pennsylvania, by 1830; and...

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; 100 pages; CHL.
See also source note for JS History, circa 1841, draft.

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