History, 1838–1856, volume F-1 [1 May 1844–8 August 1844]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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<​June 29​>
Noah M. Reckard lives in , Ills.
Eli H. Williams " " "
H. T. Wilson " " "
Albert Thompson " " "
, left the country, gone to Louisiana, and died
George C. Waggoner lives 2½ miles north of
Crocket Wilson " 8 " east "
Thomas I. Dale " 5 " " "
Richard Dale " 5 " " "
The Carthage Greys never numbered more than about thirty, rank and file; during the June mob war several joined for the time only, who reside at other places, and whose names are unknown to me. The Carthage Greys were nearly to a man parties in the June massacre.
Green Plains
Capt. Wier’s company of about sixty men.
.
Capt ’ Company of about sixty men.
" Wm. N. Grover’s " " "
" ’s " " " "
comprising the entire settlement in and about and Green Plains, with the exception of the Walkers, Gilhams, Paytons, Bledsors, Gallahers, Byres, Kimballs, Worthens, Summervilles, and Bedells, and the Mormon families who resided in that part of the at that time.
The leaders of the Mob, and those who took an active part in the massacre of Joseph and are:—
, Warsaw Signal . Editor.
Col Green Plains Ills Farmer.
William N. Grover " Lawyer.
" "
" No business
Henry Stephens " Lawyer
Geo. Rockwell " Druggist [HC 7:143]
James H. Wood " Blacksmith
Calvin Cole " Tavern keeper
Wm B. Chipley " Doctor
<​[blank] Hays​> <​ "​> <​"​>
J. D. Mellen " Merchant
E. W. Gould " "
Samuel Fleming " Constable
John Montague " No business
James Gregg " "
" "
Lyman Prentiss " "
D. W. Matthews Now Mo. Merchant
J. B. Matthews " " "
Truman Hosford Ills Farmer
Four of the Chittendens " Different occupations
J. W. Athey " No business
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June 29
Noah M. Reckard lives in , Ills.
Eli H. Williams " " "
H. T. Wilson " " "
Albert Thompson " " "
, left the country, gone to Louisiana, and died
George C. Waggoner lives 2½ miles north of
Crocket Wilson " 8 " east "
Thomas I. Dale " 5 " " "
Richard Dale " 5 " " "
The Carthage Greys never numbered more than about thirty, rank and file; during the June mob war several joined for the time only, who reside at other places, and whose names are unknown to me. The Carthage Greys were nearly to a man parties in the June massacre.
Green Plains
Capt. Wier’s company of about sixty men.
.
Capt ’ Company of about sixty men.
" Wm. N. Grover’s " " "
" ’s " " " "
comprising the entire settlement in and about and Green Plains, with the exception of the Walkers, Gilhams, Paytons, Bledsors, Gallahers, Byres, Kimballs, Worthens, Summervilles, and Bedells, and the Mormon families who resided in that part of the at that time.
The leaders of the Mob, and those who took an active part in the massacre of Joseph and are:—
, Warsaw Signal . Editor.
Col Green Plains Ills Farmer.
William N. Grover " Lawyer.
" "
" No business
Henry Stephens " Lawyer
Geo. Rockwell " Druggist [HC 7:143]
James H. Wood " Blacksmith
Calvin Cole " Tavern keeper
Wm B. Chipley " Doctor
[blank] Hays " "
J. D. Mellen " Merchant
E. W. Gould " "
Samuel Fleming " Constable
John Montague " No business
James Gregg " "
" "
Lyman Prentiss " "
D. W. Matthews Now Mo. Merchant
J. B. Matthews " " "
Truman Hosford Ills Farmer
Four of the Chittendens " Different occupations
J. W. Athey " No business
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