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May 15, 1839

Journal Entry

May 15, 1839 ~ Wednesday

15 I moved my family from the place that I have been residing in in Quincy & commenced my journey for
Montrose it comenced raining & I ownly drove to the committy house & spent the night

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Autobiography 1858 Deseret News

until the , when I moved my family to Montrose, and occupied a room in the barracks with Prest. Young and family. I spent my time in attending the meetings, councils and conferences. I wrote in my journal the teach- [Column 2] ings, sayings and prophecies of Joseph from time to time, as I had opportunity.

Autobiography 1882 Leaves from My Journal

and our families on the , and arrived in Com-

Autobiography 1857 Draft 1

the conferences and meetings with the saints in Quincy untill the when I left with Elder Brigham Young and journeyed to Nau M Commerce with him crossed the river and settled my family in a room in the old barracks in Montrose Brother Brigham Young and family occupied ^I moved my family to Montrose and occupied a room in the barracks^ ^with President Young and family^ the same room with me a short time I spent my time attending the meetings, council, and conferences in I wrote ^in my journal^ the teaching of Joseph sayings, and prophesyings of Joseph from

Autobiography 1882 Leaves from My Journal Notes 1

families on the and arrived in Commerce

Autobiography 1882 Leaves from My Journal Notes 2

wrote for him. On the I left Quincy Ill. and started with my family for Commerce Ill I ownly drove

Autobiography 1883 Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine

on the , and arrived in

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Church leaders escape while being transported for trial with the help of their guards; Church members move to Commerce, Illinois and establish Nauvoo.
Wilford receives the official call to serve his third mission.

May 15, 1839