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Apr 22, 1840

Journal Entry

April 22, 1840 ~ Wednesday
in company with Elder Brigh
Young
. Elder T Sington Baptized
the following persons


April 11th greenway
James Williams
^20^ James Clift
Eliza Whithorn

22nd We walked to Frooms Hill & called
upon Brother John Benbow & had an interv[ie]w
with Elder Kington & in the evening
we had a church meeting at Stanly Hill
to do Church Business A[s] follows

A meeting of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints at Standly Hill Herefordshire
on the 22nd of April

Elder Brigham Young was called to the chair
Brother John Benbow chosen clerk
president Young opened the meeting by prayer

when it was Motioned by Er W Woodruff & secd
by Elder Kington that James Hill, James Barns, Charles
Price
, & John Parry, be ordained to the office of a
priest, & John Benbow to the office of a Teacher
carried unanimously. Elder Brigham Young & W.
Woodruff then proceded to ordain the above pers
ons to the offices assigned them. Priest Charles
price was then chosen clerk of the Stanly Hill
Branch of the church. Meeting closed by prayer
We walked to Frooms Hill & spent the night 8 m[iles]

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Young, Brigham
1 Jun 1801 - 26 Aug 1877
3289 mentions
Apostle, Family
Price, Charles
1 Sep 1800 - 27 May 1873
18 mentions
1840 British Convert, United Brethren
2 mentions
1840 British Convert
Barnes, James
10 Feb 1815 - 6 Apr 1890
20 mentions
1840 British Convert, United Brethren
Clift, James
30 Nov 1825 - 30 Nov 1861
3 mentions
1840 British Convert
5 mentions
1840 British Convert, United Brethren
2 mentions
1840 British Convert
Benbow, John
1 Apr 1800 - 12 May 1874
169 mentions
1840 British Convert, United Brethren
Parry, John, b. 1799
30 Nov 1799 - 18 Jul 1855
12 mentions
1840 British Convert, United Brethren
Kington, Thomas
30 Nov 1795 - 1 Jul 1874
180 mentions
1840 British Convert, United Brethren

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Autobiography 1858 Deseret News

ham Young, on the , and was soon joined by Elder Willard Richards. Elder Young remained twenty seven days, preaching, baptizing, confirming and counseling. Num- bers were added daily to the church: he then returned to Manchester. I spent about seven months in Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire. We baptized over eighteen hundred, including all of the United Brethren save one. We bap- tized over two hundred preachers of various denominations in that part of the vineyard. A synod of church ministers became so alarm- ed for their flocks in that part of the vineyard, they petitioned Parliament to adopt measures to stop our preaching. They received for an answer, that if they were as well acquainted with the Bible as their hunting grounds, and were as much interested in the welfare of the souls of men, as the chasing of the stags and foxes, they would not lose so many of their congregations.

Autobiography 1865 Millennial Star

Young, on the , and was soon joined by Elder Willard Rich- ards. Elder Young remained twenty-

Mission - 1840 Record of British Converts

in company with Elder Brigham Young, Elder T Sington Baptzed the following persons

Autobiography 1857 Draft 1

Young]] on the and was soon joined by Elder ^Willard^ Richards, Elder Brigham Young remained with me twenty seven days preching, baptizing, confirming, ^&^ councilling, &c and numbers were added daily to the Church. He then returned to Manchester I spent about seven months labor in Herefordshire, Glostershire, & wostershire, and we baptized over eighteen hundred including all of the United Brethren save one we baptized over two hundred preachers of various denominations in that part of the vinyard A synod of Church ministers became so alarmed for their flocks in that part of the vineyard they petitioned Parliament to take ^adopt^ some measure to stop our preching they got for an answer that if they was as well acquainted with the Bible as their hunting grounds and was as much interested in the welfare of the souls of men as the chasing of stags and foxes they would not loose so many out of ther Diocese ^of their Congregations^ I arrived

Autobiography 1883 Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine Notes 1

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Apr 22, 1840