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The LDS Historical database, includes 610 of the U.S. Mormon Battalion and numerous LDS General Authorities. It is lineage linked data by Vern Taylor Dec 2003-11. Notes and biographies added where possible. All my data is included in this file. I am unable to answer all the email, but will try to make corrections. I can't answer Ancestry.com board messages. More database info at readme

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  • ID: I250253
  • Name: Asahel Albert LATHROP
  • Given Name: Asahel Albert
  • Surname: Lathrop
  • Suffix: , Utah/California Pioneer 1847
  • Sex: M
  • _UID: 9DB3B9C7AFB22F48A42C363E62FECFC7E273
  • Change Date: 6 AUG 2007
  • Note:

    Sanford Jacobs USMB, a member of the US Mormon Battalion is a half brother to Henry and Michael Jacobs and brother-in-law to Emily Sophia Lathrop and Asahel A. Lathrop. vt.

    They should have been on Mormon wagon train records with J.R. Frink and Sarah Peacock. The city of Lathrop Ca. is named after him. He was a very wealthy man and owned Coronado Island at one time. Their daughter Emma Lathrop married George Monroe Frink, son of John Randolph Frink and Sarah Peacock Frink. ~Dian Price

    http://www.epodunk.com/cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=10400
    The Lathrop community was named after Charles Lathrop, brother-in-law of founder Leland Stanford


    My children through the materal side are related to Asahel Lathrop:
    fifth cousin 7 times removed through Rev. John Lothrop LATHROP & Hannah HOWSE and
    sixth cousin 6 times removed through Rev. John Lothrop LATHROP & Hannah HOWSE ~Vern Taylor


    by Joseph Smith:
    History of the Church, Vol.6, Ch.19, p.402
    At one p.m., had a talk with the Sac and Fox Indians in my back kitchen. They said--"When our fathers first came here, this land was inhabited by the Spanish; when the Spaniards were driven off, the French came, and then the English and Americans; and our fathers talked a great deal with the Big Spirit." They complained that they had been robbed of their lands by the whites, and cruelly treated.

    I told them I knew they had been wronged, but that we had bought this land and paid our money for it. I advised them not to sell any more land, but to cultivate peace with the different tribes and with all men, as the Great Spirit wanted them to be united and to live in peace "The Great Spirit has enabled me to find a book (showing them the Book of Mormon), which told me about your fathers, and Great Spirit told me, 'You must send to all the tribes that you can, and tell them to live in peace;' and when any of our people come to see you, I want you to treat them as we treat you."

    At 3 p. m., the Indians commenced a war dance in front of my old house. Our people commenced with music and firing cannon. After the dance, which lasted about two hours, the firing of cannon closed the exercise, and with our music marched back to the office. Before they commenced dancing, the Saints took up a collection to get the Indians food.
    History of the Church, Vol.6, Ch.19, p.403
    A. A. Lathrop came to my clerk, Dr. Richards, and told him an officer was on his way with an attachment for him, and that the grand jury had found a bill against me for adultery, on the testimony of William Law; he had come from Carthage in two hours and thirty minutes to bring the news. Dr. Richards came to my house and stayed all night.

    Aaron Johnson came from Carthage, and said that Foster had been swearing that I swore to the complaint on which Simpson was arrested. I instructed Johnson and Rockwell to go to Carthage in the morning, and have him indicted for perjury, as I never did swear to the complaint. The officer was after John D. Parker also, and report says Brigham Young, Heber C. Kimball and W. Clayton.



    Sworn to before John H. Holton, notary public.
    History of the Church, Vol.4, Ch.3, p.65
    Affidavit of Asahel A. Lathrop--Ditto. This is to certify that I, Asahel A. Lathrop, was a citizen of the state of Missouri, at the time the difficulty originated between the people called Mormons and the [other] inhabitants of the aforesaid state, and herein give a statement of the transactions that came under my observation, according to the best of my recollection.

    I settled in Missouri in the summer of 1838, in Caldwell county, where I purchased land and erected buildings. The said land I now have a deed of; and in the fall I purchased a claim on what is called the East Fork of Grand River, together with a large stock of cattle and horses, sheep and hogs; it being some sixty miles from the aforesaid county where I first located; and moved on to the latter place, supposing that I was at peace with all men; but I found by sad experience that I was surrounded by enemies; for in the fall of 1838, whilst at home with my family, I was notified by a man by the name of James Welden, that the people of Livingston county, had met at the house of one Doctor William P. Thompson, then living in the attached part of said county, for the purpose of entering into measures respecting the people called Mormons; and the same Welden was a member of the same, and also the aforesaid William P. Thompson was a justice of the peace; and they all jointly agreed to drive every Mormon from the state; and notified me that I must leave immediately, or I would be in danger of losing my life.

    All this time some of my family were sick; but after listening to the entreaties of my wife to flee for safety, I committed them into the hands of God and left them, it being on Monday morning; and in a short time after I left, there came some ten or fifteen men to my house, and took possession of the same, and compelled my wife to cook for them, and also made free to take such things as they saw fit; and whilst in this situation, my child died, which I have no reason to doubt was for the want of care; which, owing to the abuse she received, and being deprived of rendering that care she would, had she been otherwise situated. My boy was buried by the mob, my wife not being able to pay the last respects to her child.

    I went from my home into Daviess county and applied to Austin A. King and General Atchison for advice, as they were acting officers in the state of Missouri. There were men called out to go and liberate my family, which I had been absent from some ten or fifteen days; and on my return I found the remainder of my family confined to their beds, not being able the one to assist the other, and my house guarded by an armed force.

    I was compelled to remove my family in this situation, on a bed to a place of safety. This, together with all the trouble, and for the want of care, was the cause of the death of the residue of my family, as I have no doubt; which consisted of a wife and two more children; as they died a few days after their arrival at my friend's. Such was my situation, that I was obliged to assist in making their coffins.

    I will give the names of some of the men that have driven me from my house and abused my family; those that I found at my house on my return were Samuel Law, Calvin Hatfield, Stanley Hatfield, Andy Hatfield; and those that were leading men were James Welden, Doctor William P. Thompson, a justice of the peace, and William Cochran, and many others, the names I do not recollect.
    History of the Church, Vol.4, Ch.3, p.67
    I have also seen men abused in various ways; and that whilst they were considered prisoners; such as the mob cocking their guns and swearing that they would shoot, with their guns to their face and the officers of the militia, so called, standing by without uttering and in these councils they have said if a Missourian should kill a Mormon he should draw a pension, same as a soldier of the Revolution.

    I was also compelled to give up my gun, and the terms were, I was to leave the aforesaid state of Missouri, or be exterminated. My property is yet remaining in said state, whilst I am deprived of the control of the same.

    Written this 17th day of March, 1840. ASAHEL A. LATHROP.
    Sworn to before D. W. Kilburn, J. P., Lee county, Iowa Territory.



    http://www.mormonbattalion.com/gallery/bios/eaverett/eaverett.htm
    While Elisha (Averett) and Sarah Jane were traveling to Iowa with the Saints, the church leaders requested that Elisha and Elijah Averett, along with two companies of pioneers, go to Locust Creek and complete the job contracted by A.A. Lathrop. They were to make four thousand rails at fifty cents per hundred. Their pay would be one half in cash, the other half in ox bells.


    Later immigration of 1847:
    Heart Throbs of the West, Vol.8, p.431
    Third Hundred-Jedediah M. Grant, Captain. Departed June 17, 1847
    First Fifty-Joseph B. Noble, Captain. Arrived Oct. 2, 1847.
    First Ten-Asahel A. Lathrop, Captain and Clerk First Fifty.

    Frink, John R. 18 Aug. 8, 1829 Mt. Morris, N.Y.
    Lathrop, Asahel A. 37 Dec. 25, 1810 Tolland, Conn.
    Lathrop, Jane 26 Nov. 12, 1821 Yorkshire, England
    (actually Jane Peacock, wife of Asahel Lathrop)
    Lathrop, Hannah P. 18 Sept. 4, 1829 Putman, England
    (actually Hannah Peacock, sister to Jane above)
    Lathrop, Sarah A. 19 March 16, 1828 Kimby, Putman, Eng.
    (actually Sarah Peacock, sister to Jane above)
    Lathrop, Hannah C. 1 April 10, 1846 Putman, England(sic)
    (Hannah Cope Lathrop, daughter of Jane, not born England)
    Lathrop, Horace H. 4 Oct. 16, 1843 Nauvoo, Ill.
    Lathrop, Mary Jane 3 June 4, 1844 Nauvoo, Ill.
    Lathrop, Asahel A., Jr. 1 April 10, 1846 Nauvoo, Ill.


    Our Pioneer Heritage, Vol. 9, p.97
    October 16, 1847. The case of Peacock vs. Russell was then taken up. Henry G. Sherwood was speaker for Plaintiff and Thomas [p.98] Grover, Jr. represented the Defendant. Robert Pierce, A. T. Lathrop, A. O. Smoot, F. Kinyon, Sister Shockley and D. Spencer, as witness testified. Brothers Young and Rich summed up the case and Charles C. Rich decided that Brother Russell take the young man; board and clothe him and let him work for him until the harvest and then let the Council decide what share Peacock shall have. The decision was unanimously sustained. Both parties were dissatisfied.
    Our Pioneer Heritage, Vol. 9, p.98


    Our Pioneer Heritage, Vol. 9, p.531
    By December 1847 nearly 2,000 people were located in the Old Fort. Almost every man owned a few animals. After taking note that more cattle were needed, they met on November 15, 1847, and the California expedition was discussed. A. L. Lathrop, O. P. Rockwell and others were appointed to go to California to make contracts at their discretion.


    Our Pioneer Heritage, Vol. 9, p.477
    May 14, 1848. Brother Lathrop reported their travel to California: the purchase of 200 cows at $6.00 a head, $230 paid down, $970 due. Forty head got away on the Mohave and went back. O. P. Rockwell did not start with him; 19 persons including five hired Indians came through with the cattle. Brother Fuller said they were 90 days on their trip back.



    http://www.nps.gov/poex/hrs/hrs8b.htm
    176. MORMON TAVERN/SUNRISE HOUSE STATION

    Bloss identifies Mormon Tavern as another station on the early White Rock Road route, between El Dorado and Fifteen-Mile House. [134] The station stood approximately eleven miles east of the Fifteen Mile House and one half mile west of Clarksville. [135] Pierson also identifies Old Mormon Tavern as Sunrise House. It stood across the road from the present Old Rose Springs Hotel, in Rescue, California. [136] Loving places Sunrise House between Placerville and Folsom. [137] In 1849, a Mormon by the name of Morgan established the station. In the 1850 El Dorado County tax rolls, A.A. Lathrop paid taxes on the property. By 1856, Winchell took over operation and increased the size of the station. By 1860, it served as an early relay station for the C.O.C. & P.P. Express Co.. [138]



    collected from,
    LDS Vital Records/Pioneer Heritage Library from Ancestry LDS FH Suite 2 CD:

    Name: ASAHEL ALBERT LATHROP
    Sex: Male
    Birth Date: 25 DEC 1810
    Birth Place: , TOLLAND, TOLLAND, CONNECTICUT

    Name: JANE PEACOCK
    Sex: Female
    Birth Date: 12 NOV 1821
    Birth Place: , LOSTINGHAM, YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND

    Name: SARAH PEACOCK LATHROP
    Sex: Female
    Birth Date: 16 MAR 1828
    Birth Place: KIRBY, MORESIDE, YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND

    Name: HANNAH PEACOCK LATHROP
    Sex: Female
    Birth Date: 4 SEP 1829
    Birth Place: , SWINTON, YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND

    Name: HANNAH COPE LATHROP
    Sex: Female
    Birth Date: 10 APR 1836
    Birth Place: , , , ENGLAND (sic)

    Name: HORACE H. LATHROP
    Sex: Male
    Birth Date: 16 OCT 1843
    Birth Place: , NAUVOO, HANCOCK, ILLINOIS

    Name: MARY JANE LATHROP
    Sex: Female
    Birth Date: 4 JUN 1844
    Birth Place: , NAUVOO, HANCOCK, ILLINOIS

    Name: ASAHEL A. LATHROP
    Sex: Male
    Birth Date: 10 APR 1846
    Birth Place: , NAUVOO, HANCOCK, ILLINOIS

    Name: JOHN R. FRINK
    Sex: Male
    Birth Date: 8 AUG 1829
    Birth Place: , MT. MORRIS, LIVINGSTON, NEW YORK

    Family
    Husband: ASAHEL ALBERT LATHROP
    Wife: JANE PEACOCK
    Child: HANNAH PEACOCK LATHROP
    Child: SARAH PEACOCK LATHROP
    Child: HANNAH COPE LATHROP
    Child: HORACE H. LATHROP
    Child: MARY JANE LATHROP
    Child: ASAHEL A. LATHROP




    see also:

    MSS A 97
    ID: UTSX88-A641
    Guide to Archives and Manuscripts Collections In Selected Utah Repositories
    Davies, J. Kenneth.
    Mormons and California gold.
    28 pp. : photocopy of typescript.
    Location: Utah State Historical Society, Salt Lake City, Utah.
    1. Mormons and Mormonism in California. 2. California--Gold discoveries. 3. Brannan, Samuel. 4. Rhoads, Thomas. 5. Rockwell, Orrin Porter, 1813-1878. 6. Lyman, Amasa Mason, 1812-1877. 7. Glover, William. 8. Rich, Charles Coulson, 1809-1883. 9. Lathrop, Asahel A.



    Lathrop, Asahel (Ashel) Albert 27 Dec 1810 - 29 Jul 1871
    A Profile of Latter-day Saints of Kirtland, Ohio, and Members of Zion's Camp, 1830-1839 by Milton V. Backman, Jr. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1982. @ p.44

    Lathrop, Asahel A. 10 Apr 1846 -
    Pioneers of 1847 by Susan Ward Easton. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1980. @ p.102

    Lathrop, Cynthia 1813 -
    A Profile of Latter-day Saints of Kirtland, Ohio, and Members of Zion's Camp, 1830-1839 by Milton V. Backman, Jr. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1982. @ p.44

    Lathrop, H. Gordon 16 May 1900 -
    Nevada Today: A Pictorial Volume of The State's Activities compiled and edited by Clifford C. Walton. [Portland, Oregon: Capitol Publishing Company, 1949.] p.336
    Nevada, The Silver State. [Carson City, Nevada: Western States Historical Publishers, 1970, c1969.] v.1, p.330

    Lathrop, Hannah Cope 10 Apr 1836 -
    Pioneers of 1847 by Susan Ward Easton. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1980. @ p.102

    Lathrop, Hannah Peacock 4 Sep 1822/23 -
    Pioneers of 1847 by Susan Ward Easton. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1980. @ p.102

    Lathrop, Homer R. 10 Feb 1878 -
    Men of Wyoming: The National Newspaper Reference Book of Wyoming Containing Photographs and Biographies of Over Three Hundred Men Residents. [Denver: C. S. Peterson, 1915.] p.153 Photo p.153

    Lathrop, Horace H. 16 Oct 1843 -
    Pioneers of 1847 by Susan Ward Easton. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1980. @ p.102
    Wiggins, Marvin E. Mormons and Their Neighbors (Supplement)

    Lathrop, Jane 12 Nov 1821 -
    Pioneers of 1847 by Susan Ward Easton. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1980. @ p.102

    Lathrop, Josephine Illington
    Women of The West: A Series of Biographical Sketches of Living Eminent Women In The Eleven Western States of The United States of America edited by Max Binheim. [Los Angeles, California: Publishing Press, 1928.] p.60

    Lathrop, Laurence Henry 13 Oct 1882 -
    Men of Affairs In The State of Utah: A Newspaper Reference Work by the Press Club of Salt Lake. [Salt Lake City: Western Printing Company, 1914.] p.250 Photo p.250

    Lathrop, Mary Florence 10 Dec 1865 -
    Women of The West: A Series of Biographical Sketches of Living Eminent Women In The Eleven Western States of The United States of America edited by Max Binheim. [Los Angeles, California: Publishing Press, 1928.] p.109

    Lathrop, Mary Jane 4 Jun 1844 -
    Pioneers of 1847 by Susan Ward Easton. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1980. @ p.102

    Lathrop, Sarah A. 16 Mar 1828 -
    Pioneers of 1847 by Susan Ward Easton. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1980. @ p.102

    Wiggins, Marvin E. Mormons and Their Neighbors
    Wiggins, Marvin E. Mormons and Their Neighbors (Supplement)

    Our Great Grandmother?s arrival on Canadian Shores
    by Virginia Frink Whitlock
    located in this database in notes for John Randolph Frink Jr. b. 1852
  • _TMPLT:
  • FIELD:
  • Name: Page 1
  • _TMPLT:
  • FIELD:
  • Name: Page 2
  • Birth: 27 DEC 1810 in Tolland, Tolland, Connecticut
  • Census: 1840
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1840 , Lee, Iowa
  • Note:

    1840 United States Federal Census > Iowa Territory > Lee > Township 67 extracted by Vern Taylor 2007
    Jefferson FRINK males 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 females 1 0 0 0 0 1
    male Horace Monroe FRINK 5-10 age 9,
    male John Randolph FRINK 10-15 age 11
    male Jefferson FRINK 30-40 age 38,
    female Sybil Mariah FRINK 0-5 age 2
    (wife) Emily Sophia LATHROP (dau of Sybil BLISS) 30-40 age 33
    (Emily Sophia Lathrop married 2nd Henry Hoagland 1842 Lee Co. IA, 3rd Michael Jacobs 1846 a brother of Henry Jacobs)
    Henry JACOBS males 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 females 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
    Henry JACOBS 50-60 age 52,
    female 40-50 (1stwife)Maryette UDALL age 48
    or (2ndwife) Sybil BLISS age 49 (married about 1839)
    (Maryette UDALL may have died 1838 or 1844, but there is no reason for Henry Jacobs to be located between these two daughters of Sybil Bliss unless he had already married Sybil Bliss before 1840, and Maryette had died 1838. vt.)
    Samuel BROWN males 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 females 2 0 0 0 1 0
    male Samuel BROWN 30-40 age 39
    female Emily Sophia BROWN 0-5 age 3
    female Mary W. BROWN 0-5 age 1
    (wife) Lydia Maria LATHROP (dau of Sybil BLISS) 20-30 age 25

    1840 United States Federal Census > Iowa Territory > Lee > Township 67
    Asahel A. Lathrop 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Asahel 20-30 age 29 (son of Sybil BLISS)

    Other Lathrops on 1840 index:
    Asahel A Lathrop Township 67, Lee, Iowa Territory
    George Lathrop Clinton, Iowa Territory
    Levi B Lathrop Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois
  • Endowment: 19 DEC 1845 Temple: NAUVO
  • Census: 1860
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1860 San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
  • Note:

    1860 > CALIFORNIA > SAN BERNARDINO > SAN BERNARDINO TWP Series: M653 Roll: 64 Page: 684/70 extracted by Vern Taylor Feb 2006 lists fam #543 LATHROP, Asahel 50 CT farmer $500/150, Jane (Peacock) 37 England, Horace A. 18 IL, Mary J. 16 IL, Asahel 14 IA, Sarah G. 12 UT, Augusta 9 CA, Wilamina 6 CA, George 4 CA, Emma 2 CA, LATHROP, Lucas S. 50 CA(mexican), Maria 40 CA (mexican), Orajino (m) 12 CA (mexican), Tomasa (f) 9 CA (mexican), Pontulio 5 CA (mexican). fam #545 FRINK, Horace M. 28 NY
  • Census: 1870
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1870 San Salvador Twp, San Bernardino, California
  • Note:

    1870 > CALIFORNIA > SAN BERNARDINO > San Salvador TWP extracted by Vern Taylor Feb 2006 lists fam #64 LATHROP, Aschem 60 CT, Jane 49 Eng, Wilhembina 16 CA, George 14 CA, Emma 12 CA, Catherine 8 CA.

    1870 > CALIFORNIA > SAN BERNARDINO > San Salvador TWP extracted by Vern Taylor Feb 2006 lists fam #67 LATHROP, Horace 28 IL, Rachael 23 CA, William 3 CA, Thomas 2 CA, Aschel 25 IL.
  • Census: 1880
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1880 Temescal, Riverside, California
  • Note:

    1880 Household:

    Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
    Ashal LATHROP Self M Male W 69 CT Post Master CT VT
    Jane LATHROP Wife M Female W 58 ENG House Keeping ENG ENG
    Wilhelina LATHROP Dau S Female W 25 CA House Keeping CT ENG
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Source Information:
    Census Place Temescal, San Bernardino, California
    Family History Library Film 1254072
    NA Film Number T9-0072
    Page Number 462A
  • Death: 23 JAN 1891 in Mound City (historical), San Bernardino, California
  • Note:

    Death index for San Bernardino, Acsel Lathop died 23 Jan 1891 age 80 book 1 H-L. ~Dian Price
  • Sealing Child: 13 OCT 1949 Temple: ARIZO
  • LDS Baptism: 25 OCT 1967 Temple: SLAKE
  • Ancestral File #: 2PKT-1V
  • Ancestral File #: 1P3L-LC



    Father: Grant LATHROP b: 25 JAN 1782 in Tolland, Tolland, Connecticut
    Mother: Sybil BLISS b: 6 DEC 1790 in Coventry, Orleans, Vermont

    Marriage 1 Cynthia JACKSON b: 1814 in , , Connecticut
    • Married: 1835 in of Tolland, Tolland, Connecticut
    Children
    1. Has No Children first LATHROP b: ABT 1836
    2. Has No Children second LATHROP b: ABT 1836
    3. Has No Children son LATHROP b: OCT 1838 in Livingston, Henry, Missouri

    Marriage 2 Jane PEACOCK b: 12 NOV 1820 in Lastingham, Yorkshire, England
    • Married: 29 JUL 1841 in , Lee, Iowa 3
    Children
    1. Has Children Horace H. LATHROP b: 16 OCT 1843 in Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois
    2. Has No Children Mary Jane LATHROP b: 4 JUN 1844 in Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois
    3. Has No Children Asahel (Aschel) A. LATHROP b: 10 APR 1846 in , , Iowa
    4. Has Children Sarah Helen LATHROP b: ABT 1848 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
    5. Has No Children Augusta LATHROP b: 1850 in , , California
    6. Has No Children Wilamina LATHROP b: ABT 1854 in , , California
    7. Has Children George Grant LATHROP b: 27 SEP 1856 in San Juan Bautista, San Benito, California
    8. Has Children Emma Emily Emmeline LATHROP b: 1858 in San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
    9. Has No Children Catherine LATHROP b: 1862 in , San Bernardino, California

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: LDS Historical database by Vern Taylor
      Title: LDS Historical database compiled by Vern Taylor Dec 2003
      http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ldshistorical&id=I1
      http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ldshistorical&id=I1
      Name: Footnote
      http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ldshistorical&id=I1
      Name: ShortFootnote
      Name: Bibliography
      http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ldshistorical&id=I1
      Note: Additional data/descendants by Dian Price Jan 2006 granddaughter of John Randolph Frink Jr.
    2. Abbrev: Ancestral File (TM)
      Title: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM). June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998une 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998.
      Name: Footnoteune 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998
      Name: ShortFootnote
      Name: Bibliographyune 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998.
      Repository:
        Name: Family History Library
        Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA

      Repository:
        Name: Family History Library
        Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA
    3. Abbrev: Early Latter-day Saints
      Title: Early LDS Downloaded from Early LDS Database, (Version 2005-12-23)
      "Illinois Nauvoo Mission, snowdr@gmail.com"
      "Illinois Nauvoo Mission, snowdr@gmail.com".
      Name: Footnote
      "Illinois Nauvoo Mission, snowdr@gmail.com"
      Name: ShortFootnote
      Name: Bibliography
      "Illinois Nauvoo Mission, snowdr@gmail.com".
      Note: http://www.earlylds.com/getperson.php?personID=I16817&tree=Earlylds lists Book - Nauvoo Deaths and Marriages, 1839-1845, Cook, Lyndon W., (Grandin Book Company, Orem, Utah, 1994), p. 93 "by Joseph B. Noble as recorded in the Times and Seasons 1 Sep 1841"

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