History Draft [6 August 1838–30 December 1839]

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1 October 1839 • Tuesday
<​October​> <​3​> Thursday 3 I was in council.
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<​1​> Tuesday Oct— 1. & went to s
3 October 1839 • Thursday
<​3​> Thuday 3. I was in council with the breth[r]en.
4 October 1839 • Friday
<​4​> Friday 4. carried & to .
5 October 1839 • Saturday
<​​> <​ organized​> <​5​> Satuday 5. I attend a General Confer[en]ce of the chuch at of the , at Hancock Co. Ill. of which the follow[in]g are the mintuts [minutes]. “The meeting <​See L. 197)​> X (L. 164, 165) <​(See T & S. 30, 31)​> Jr.” The assembly was very large. The frie[n]ds & breth[re]n conveyed the to where they were very kin[d]ly treated & nursed, for thy were yet very feeble
6 October 1839 • Sunday
<​6​> Sunday 4 <​6​> The O (L. 165, 166.) Mo[r]ning.
7 October 1839 • Monday
<​7​> Monday 7. □ (L. 166.) next.
8 October 1839 • Tuesday
<​8​> Tuesday 8 after , this week, I was mostly engaged, in att[e]nding to the general affairs of the , and principally about home.
10 October 1839 • Thursday
<​crossed thoug mistake​> <​Stone school house ​> <​10​> Thusdy 10. About this time the appoited Randoph Alexander their clerk; also appointed & to build a stone school house for $1500.
11 October 1839 • Friday
<​11​> Friday 11. This evening , , & , Started, with Mr [Roswell] Murray, from , travelled 8 mi on their journ[e]y & staid [stayed] with Father Draper.
12 October 1839 • Saturday
<​John Young Sr Died​> <​12​> Satuday 12. they, left father Drapers & pursu[e]d their jou[r]ney towa[r]ds . This day, Presidint ’s father, John Young Sen, died at Adams Co. Ill. He was in his 77[th] year & a Soldier of the Revolution. He was also a firm <​X​> (T&S. 111) <​the​> early part of this year. He died a martyr to his religion the religion of Jesus, for his death was caused by his suff[er]ings in that evel [evil] perscutin [persecution].
13 October 1839 • Sunday
<​13​> Sunday 13 I attended meeting in the . The assembly was small on acco[u]nt of the cold weather.
15 October 1839 • Tuesday
<​Joseph went to ​> <​15​> Tuesday 15. in the P M I went to in compa[n]y with Bro , & .— Quite a number of famil[i]es moving into [p. 64]
1 October 1839 • Tuesday
October
1 Tuesday Oct— 1. & went to s
3 October 1839 • Thursday
3 Thuday 3. I was in council with the brethren.
4 October 1839 • Friday
4 Friday 4. carried & to .
5 October 1839 • Saturday
organized 5 Satuday 5. I attend a General Conference of the , at Hancock Co. Ill. of which the following are the mintuts [minutes]. “The meeting See L. 197) X (L. 164, 165) (See T & S. 30, 31) Jr.” The assembly was very large. The friends & brethren conveyed the to where they were very kindly treated & nursed, for thy were yet very feeble
6 October 1839 • Sunday
6 Sunday 6 The O (L. 165, 166.) Morning.
7 October 1839 • Monday
7 Monday 7. □ (L. 166.) next.
8 October 1839 • Tuesday
8 Tuesday 8 after , this week, I was mostly engaged, in attending to the general affairs of the , and principally about home.
10 October 1839 • Thursday
11 October 1839 • Friday
11 Friday 11. This evening , , & , Started, with Mr Roswell Murray, from , travelled 8 mi on their journey & staid [stayed] with Father Draper.
12 October 1839 • Saturday
John Young Sr Died 12 Satuday 12. they, left father Drapers & pursued their journey towards . This day, Presidint ’s father, John Young Sen, died at Adams Co. Ill. He was in his 77[th] year & a Soldier of the Revolution. He was also a firm X (T&S. 111) the early part of this year. He died a martyr to the religion of Jesus, for his death was caused by his sufferings in that evel [evil] perscutin [persecution].
13 October 1839 • Sunday
13 Sunday 13 I attended meeting in the . The assembly was small on account of the cold weather.
15 October 1839 • Tuesday
Joseph went to 15 Tuesday 15. in the P M I went to in company with Bro , & .— Quite a number of families moving into [p. 64]
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