Minutes, 2 April 1833

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction

Document Transcript

2d April 1833——
A of assembled in the school room and appointed Bro— to be an to super[in]tend and employ some person or persons to carry on the brick yard on the and also letting out the farm This councel also directd Broth[er] to purchace the tannery belonging to Arnold Mason in no futhe [further] business the councel closed
<​ Clk PT. [pro tempore]​> [p. 19]

Footnotes

  1. 1

    Thayer had previously been ordained as a general agent to “superintend the purchacing” of several farms in Kirtland on behalf of the church. (Minutes, 23 Mar. 1833–A.)  

  2. 2

    Mason’s tannery occupied part of lot 17 in Kirtland. (See illustration of Kirtland church landholdings.)