License for Samuel Warner Jr., 8 June 1836

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To Whom it May Concern.
This certifies that Samuel Warner Junr. has been received into the , organized on the sixth of April, in the year of our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred & thirty, & has been an according to the rules & regulations of said church, & <​is​> duly authorized to preach the gospel agreeably to the authority of that office. From the satisfactory evidence which we have of his good moral character, & his zeal for the cause of righteousness, & diligent desire to persuade men to forsake to do evil & embrace truth, we confidently recommend him to all candid & upright people as a worthy member of society. We, therefore, in the name, & by the authority of this church, grant unto this, our worthy brother in the Lord, this Letter <​of​> commendation as a proof of our fellowship & Esteem: Praying for his success & upright prosperity in our Redeemer’s Cause. Given by the direction of a conference of the Elders of said church, assembled at , Geauga County, Ohio, the third day of march, in the year of our Lord, one thousand, Eight hundred hundred & thirty six.——
Joseph Smith Jr. Chairman.
Clerk.
, Ohio, June 8, 1836.— [p. 133]
To Whom it May Concern.
This certifies that Samuel Warner Junr. has been received into the , organized on the sixth of April, in the year of our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred & thirty, & has been an according to the rules & regulations of said church, & is duly authorized to preach the gospel agreeably to the authority of that office. From the satisfactory evidence which we have of his good moral character, & his zeal for the cause of righteousness, & diligent desire to persuade men to forsake evil & embrace truth, we confidently recommend him to all candid & upright people as a worthy member of society. We, therefore, in the name, & by the authority of this church, grant unto this, our worthy brother in the Lord, this Letter of commendation as a proof of our fellowship & Esteem: Praying for his success & upright prosperity in our Redeemer’s Cause. Given by the direction of a conference of the Elders of said church, assembled at , Geauga County, Ohio, the third day of march, in the year of our Lord, one thousand, Eight hundred & thirty six.——
Joseph Smith Jr. Chairman.
Clerk.
, Ohio, June 8, 1836.— [p. 133]
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