Chauncy Lawson Higbee

Chauncy Lawson Higbee (1821-1884) was born 7 Sep. 1821 in Tate Twp., Clermont Co., Ohio. He was the son of Elias Higbee and Sarah Elizabeth Ward. He married Julia M. White on 14 Feb. 1854. He was baptized in 1832. He worked with William Law in 1844 to form a new church, as recorded by Wilford Woodruff. He died 7 Dec. 1884.

Footnotes

Chauncey Lawson Higbee (KNS6-2B8), "Family Tree," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 6 Feb. 2022). Chauncy Lawson Higbee, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/chauncy-lawson-higbee, accessed 9 Feb. 2022). Chauncey Lawson Higbee, The Joseph Smith Papers (https://www.josephsmithpapers.org/person/chauncey-lawson-higbee, accessed 17 Jan. 2022).

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  • Page 256

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    May 4, 1844 ~ Saturday 4th I mooved into my new brick house & truly felt thankful to have a comfortable dwelling to leave my family in while I go on my mishion [FIGURE] May 5, 1844 ~ Sunday May 5th 1844 I spent the day at home with my family to prepare for my summers mishion I called my family together & blessed them. Phebe washed my feet that I might be clean evry whit. I spent the evening at home ...
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    May 4, 1844 May 5, 1844 May 6, 1844 May 7, 1844
  • Page 224

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    March 24, 1844 ~ Sunday 24th March Sunday I met with the saints at the Temple when I arived President Joseph Smith was speaking the following is the substa- nce of what I herd him say I have been informed by two gentleman that a conspiricy is got up in this place for the purpose of taking the life of President Joseph Smith his family and all the Smith family, the heads of the Church, one of the gentleman will give his name to the public & the other wishes it to be ...
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    March 24, 1844
  • Page 9

    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 30 June 1856

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    5 Wood - without knowledge were they committed - - to Jail. Read - - urged a continuance till witnesses could be had. 15 to 5 - o'clock. Skinner suggested 12 tomorrow Wood proposed till witnesses could be got. - till tomorrow any time & adjourn if they are not ready - without bringing in the prisoners. Reed - hoped no compulsory measures should be made use of in this enlightened country. Skinner - if witnesses cannot be had after due dilligence a continuance will be granted. Court said this writ was served yesterday -- ...