John Brown, b. 1820

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  • Page 33

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    The rigment be divided into tens under the folloing Captains Wilford Woodruff Capt of 1st company Ezra T. Benson 2nd " Phineas H Young 3rd " Luke Johnson 4th " Stephen H Godard 5th " Charles Shumway 6 " James Case 7 " Seth Taph 8 " Howard Egan 9 " Appleton Harmon 10 " John Higby 11 "
    Dates:
    April 18, 1847
  • Page 40

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    whare we camped this was the first signs of the kind we had seen on the road. the travels to day was like a level desert except except the dividing ridge betwen the two rivers the grass was dry & sandy mostly level & nearly without water we travled to day from 10 to 20 degrees west of south we camped under a high bluff in a half moon Brs Young, Kimball, Richard's, & myself went on to ...
    Dates:
    April 27, 1847
  • Page 43

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    in the chase so we gave up the persuit I returned to Br Brown in the bluffs & found that one of the bulls he had given chase to was near dead had lain dead down but Br Brown had no more Powder or Ball but before I arived he had got up & run into the herd on the bluff, so we all returned on our chase ground to gather up the meat, we had killed in all 3 cows one bull & 5 calves making 11 in all ...
    Dates:
    May 2, 1847 May 3, 1847
  • Page 60

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    June 1, 1847 ~ Tuesday June 1st 1847 A fine pleasant morning, I had suffered much from the tooth ake of late, I went, before starting on the journey to Luke Johnson a dentist & got my tooth part of it dug out is & broke of[f] & left the stump in my Jaw which pained me through the day we travled 6 miles & nooned whare we had but little feed, we travled in the afternoon [blank] miles & camped on the bank of the
    Dates:
    June 1, 1847 June 2, 1847
  • Page 66

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    I visited the traiders camp they also was drying fine fat Buffalo, one of the bears feet that was killed measured 7 1/2 inches long 5 inch wide 2 1/2 inch thick two toe nails 2 3/4 inch long 3/4 inch wide. Our Hunters brought into camp 8 antilope the camp came up & camped within one mile of the ferry ground in good feed had travled 11 1/4 miles 11 1/4 m June 13, 1847 ~ Sunday 13th Sunday A vary warm day the camp met for ...
    Dates:
    June 13, 1847
  • Page 69

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    following you even the fruits of your own labour & you would be putting them after you, & not drawing back that which is before you, the Lord is determined to esstablish his kingdom in the last days & He will have a faithful diligent & obedient people and He chastizes the Saints to keep them humble & make them do thereir duty if we had not been mobed & afflicted but always been in prosperity we should have been lifted up in the pride of our hearts & not gathered together ...
    Dates:
    June 19, 1847 June 20, 1847
  • Page 70

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    at half past 1 oclok we turned out our horses to bait & tarried untill 4 oclok watching for our company to come in sight, but we could see no waggons but saw two horsman approaching us, we waved a small flag for them to come to us supposed they were some of our company, but they were two hunters Capt Smith & another man from the Mo co mpany carrying in buffalo meat to there camp they thought we were Indians in the distance & made off. I mounted ...
    Dates:
    June 21, 1847
  • Page 74

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    Elders Kimball Pratt G. A. Smith & Brown continued on to take an observation with the Barrometer on the dividing ridge & they con- tinued on to the waters of the green river 7 miles from us that run into the pacific while we were on the Sweet water that runs into [t]he Atlantic; they supposed we should come on to them and as they did not return several ...
  • Page 78

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    Browns Detachment who had been at Pueblo through the winter Br A Lyman who we sent unto them had reached them & infor- med them whare we are & the whole detachment of 140 of the brethren were within 7 days drive of us, we drew up the raft & crossed them all over but one who returned with our pilots to meet the companies when we met it was truly a harty greeting & shaking of hands. they accompanied us into camp and all were ...
    Dates:
    July 5, 1847 July 6, 1847 July 7, 1847 July 8, 1847
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter from Joseph Brigham Clark, 7 January 1889

    Excerpt:
    to an unbelieving world. My health is somewhat poor, but a mission may improve it, in connection with the faith and prayers of the Saints. I shall endeavor to be ready on the date you mention. Your Brother in the Gospel Jos. B. Clark John Brown Bishop ...