Jackson, Joseph H.


?–? Moved to Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois, by fall 1842. Moved to Carthage, Hancock Co., winter 1842–1843. Returned to Nauvoo, spring 1843. Hired to sell land for JS, 20 May 1843. Appointed aide-de-camp to lieutenant general in Nauvoo Legion, by 5 Jan. 1844. Provided testimony against JS in perjury court case, May 1844. Identified by Willard Richards as member of mob that killed JS and Hyrum Smith. Published pamphlet about his experiences in Nauvoo, 1844.