Dimick Baker Huntington

Dimick Baker Huntington (1808-1879) was born 26 May 1808 in Watertown, Jefferson Co., New York. He was the son of William Huntington and Zina Baker. He married Fannie Maria Allen on 28 Apr. 1830. He was baptized 1 Aug. 1835. He served as an interpreter for Native American tribes in Utah Territory and was ordained a Patriarch by Wilford Woodruff and others on 7 May 1873. He died 1 Feb. 1879.

Footnotes

Dimick Baker Huntington (KWVQ-NTM), "Family Tree," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 6 Feb. 2022). Dimick Baker Huntington, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/dimick-baker-huntington, accessed 9 Feb. 2022). Dimick Baker Huntington, The Joseph Smith Papers (https://www.josephsmithpapers.org/person/dimick-baker-huntington, accessed 17 Jan. 2022).

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  • Page 69

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    in a rain storm. Salt Creek Fort is 104 Rods square 6 feet thick at the bottom 2 1/2 feet thick at the top 12 feet high & nearly finished. It con- tains 80 families & 350 persons they have 1 man school of 50 schollars we took supper at this Fort & rode on to the Springs & camped for the night 54 mile May 26, 1855 ~ Saturday Saturday 26 We started at 5 oclock rode to summit & on to payson & took breakfast. Pason wall took is 96 ...
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    May 26, 1855 May 27, 1855
  • Page 70

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    closed. Arrowpene the chief that was appointed in Walker plase arose asked the privilege to speak President Young introduced him to the people He gave a short but spirited address which was interpeted by Brother Huntington the purport of his Address was exhorting the people to give heed to the council of President Young if they would do this & keep the spirit of the Lord they would not be sick & die as the wicked do but would be healthy & the Lord is ...
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    May 28, 1855 May 29, 1855 May 30, 1855 May 31, 1855 June 1, 1855 June 2, 1855 June 3, 1855 June 4, 1855 June 5, 1855 June 6, 1855 June 9, 1855 June 10, 1855
  • Page 31

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    May 10, 1854 ~ Wednesday Wednesday 10 We rode 15 miles & nooned we here organized See T Bullocks Report. D. H. Wells was commander in chief. R Burton capt of guard. W. Woodruff Historian T Bullock clerk of camp. P. P. Pratt & J Taylor chaplains. E Hunter chief Bishop. Dr Sprague surgeon & Physician &c we rode to Nephi City & spent the night 25 we held a meeting President
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    May 10, 1854 May 11, 1854 May 12, 1854
  • Page 33

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    There was a meeting at Early candlelight W Woodruff preached was followed by E T Benson was not reported May 15, 1854 ~ Monday Monday 15th Travled to Coal Creek 33 miles & camped for the nigh[t] we nooned on Corn Creek. During the evening we walked onto the hill among the cedars. B Young D Huntington Walker & myself we looked through a spy glass & looked to the west mountain onto a high peak far in the distance it ...
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    May 15, 1854 May 16, 1854 May 17, 1854 May 18, 1854 May 19, 1854
  • Page 251

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    June 1, 1870 I Baptized My Daughter Bulah Agustia Woodruff Beatie for the following persons 17 in number. Friends Polly Burbank, Sally Seavy Betsey Seavy, Jenny Seavy, Patty Seavy, Mrs Timothy Ham, Mrs William Hutchings, Lydia Hutchings, Miriam Boothby, Olive Marshall Mrs Ebenezer Dunham, Mrs Chadwick, Sophia Chadwick, Mary Chadwick, Betseyy Milliken, Olive Junkings 17. ...
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    June 2, 1870 June 3, 1870 June 4, 1870 June 5, 1870 June 6, 1870
  • Page 252

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    June 6, 1870 we then rode to Bear River Bridge 10 2/3 Miles from Bear River City. we then Dined & drove to Portage 14 1/2 M from Bear River Bridge. We then held a Meeting at half past 5 o'clok. D RB Huntington Prayed D H Wells spoke 26 M. Gave council not to Section to much in a New Country John Taylor spoke 10 M, W Woodruff spoke 6 M, F. D. Richards spoke 13 President Young 28 ...
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    June 7, 1870 June 8, 1870
  • Page 253

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    June 8, 1870 What is a kingdom A King People & Territory without thes things there can be No kingdom. several of the Brethren spoke & Expressed there feelings upon the two settlements President Young spoke 3 M. We then returned to Newton 5 M we held A Meeting on our return D B Huntington spoke 530, F. D. Richards 5, President Young 30, Brother Penrose 10 distance of the day 130 miles June 9, 1870 ~ Thursday 9. A Plesant Morning I did ...
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    June 9, 1870
  • Page 256

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    June 14, 1870 we held a Meeting in the Bowery. Presidt Young spok 20 Minuts He said I do not think it prudent to stay long in this Bowery it is so damp. Now I think I see Men Enough Here if I could Boss them to build a Balloon Frame Meeting House 110 X 50 feet in 10 days I think you ought to go to & build a Meeting House soon, so that you can have a place to Meet in. It is our duty to go to & build up the Zion of ...
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    June 15, 1870 June 16, 1870 June 17, 1870
  • Page 260

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    June 21, 1870 this season. Now ye Elders of Israel lay up your grain for 2 years or 3 years if you can & not make fools of yourselves & give your grain to your Enemies as you have before continue to lay up your grain untill you get 7 yers supply. Get up Woollen Factories & make your own cloths, my Cotton Factory will not make more cloth in one year than one Merchant could sell we cannot begin to supply the Territory yet, But we should not depend upon the United States for our ...
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    June 22, 1870
  • Page 276

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    October 5, 1870 ~ Wednesday Oct 5, 1870 [FIGURES] I spent the day in the Endowmet House to attend to the Baptism & sealing for the dead. D. Huntington Baptized 211 Samuel H. B. Smith 203 & Ward Pack 237 Total 651 Baptisms I confirmed some 60 persons D. H. Wells sealed 80 couple Joseph F Smith 59 & W. Woodruff 41, Total 180 sealings. Wilford Woodruff Jr was Baptized for 3 persons viz ...
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    October 5, 1870 October 6, 1870 October 7, 1870