John Hayden Young Jr.

John Hayden Young Jr. (1791-1870) was born 22 May 1791 in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. He was the son of John Young and Abigail (Nabby) Howe. He married Theodocia Kimball in 1813; participated in plural marriage. He was baptized in 1833. He served alongside Wilford Woodruff as Patriarch of the Church for many years. He died 27 Apr. 1870 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah Territory.

Footnotes

John Hayden Young, Jr., (KWVP-69Q), “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 7 Feb. 2022). John Hayden Young, Jr., Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/john-hayden-young-jr,. accessed 7 Feb. 2022). John Hayden Young Jr., Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/john-hayden-young-jr, accessed 10 Feb. 2022). John Young, Jr., The Joseph Smith Papers (https://www.josephsmithpapers.org/person/john-young-jr, accessed 10 Jan. 2022). John Young, The First Fifty Years of Relief Society (https://www.churchhistorianspress.org/the-first-fifty-years-of-relief-society/people/john-young?letter=Y&lang=eng, accessed 17 Jan. 2022).

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  • Page 302

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    Feb 6, 1864 I spent the fore part of the day in the Endowment House we gave 20 their Endowment W. Woodruff sealed 14 couple I spent the afternoon in the office writing I attended the Theater in the Evening February 7, 1864 ~ Sunday 7 Sunday I met with my Quorum in the morning & attended meeting at the Tabernacle Henry I. Doremus & Joseph Young spoke in the morning, & J McKnight & Wm ...
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    February 7, 1864 February 8, 1864 February 9, 1864 February 10, 1864 February 11, 1864 February 12, 1864 February 13, 1864 February 14, 1864
  • Page 317

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    June 14, 1864 ~ Tuesday June 14 1864 I spent the day Journalizing & in my garden my Indian Boy got flung from a Horse & Badly injured in the face & arms June 15, 1864 ~ Wednesday to June 17, 1864 ~ Friday 15 16 & 17. I spent the time mostly in my Garden June 18, 1864 ~ Saturday 18. I spent most of the Time in the Endowment House we gave Endowments to 45 persons H. C. Kimball ...
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    June 14, 1864 June 15, 1864 June 18, 1864 June 19, 1864 June 20, 1864 June 22, 1864 June 23, 1864 June 24, 1864 June 25, 1864
  • Page 239

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    October 6, 1862 ~ Monday Oct 6, 1862 The General Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints met this Morning at the bowery at 10 oclok all the Presidentcy were present & all the Twelve Except O pratt E. Snow & Geo Q Cannon President Young addressed the ^people^ for more than an hour upon this text "seek first the Kingdom of Heaven & all things necessary will be added unto you. He spoke ...
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    October 6, 1862 October 7, 1862 October 8, 1862 October 9, 1862 October 10, 1862 October 11, 1862 October 12, 1862 October 13, 1862 October 16, 1862 October 17, 1862 October 18, 1862
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from George A. Smith and Ezra T. Benson, 20 December 1848

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    Corbonca Dec 20th 1848 Elder Woodruff Dear Brother As an apology for our long silence, we write this letter, for no doubt you are aware, that there would be a great croud of buiseness on our hands, ^as^ soon has the Presidency, all left winter qurters, the people are scattered over so great an extent of territory, that it requires an immence labour, to communicate with them, and in a great measure it has been done through others, there his about 50 Branches Organised, all doing well, has a general thing, except ...
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    December 20, 1848
  • Page 1

    Part of Discourse 1851-09-07

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    The Latter=Day Saints' MILLENIAL STAR. HE THAT HATH AN EAR, LET HIM HEAR WHAT THE SPIRIT SAITH UNTO THE CHURCHES.---Rev. ii. 7. No. 3--Vol. XIV. FEBRUARY 1, 1852. Price One Penny. MINUTES OF THE GENERAL CONFERENCE, OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS, HELD IN THE BOWERY, GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, SEPT. 7TH, 1851. (From the Frontier Guardian). Present of the First Presidency--- Brigham Young, Heber C. Kimball, Wil- lard Richards. Patriarch---John Smith. ...
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    February 1, 1852
  • Page 2

    Part of Discourse 1851-09-07

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    MINUTES OF THE GENERAL CONFERENCE. are in this Territory, and then it always would bring peace to the hearts of those who had to be judged. He expressed his indignation and abhorrence of the scenes which transpired, in driving the Latter- day Saints from Missouri and Illinois. He then presented a description of the monument intended to be built to the memory of Gen. Washington, and finish- ed his discourse by saying, that he should always remember with deep gratitude, and respect, his interview with the Lat- ter-day Saints in their mountain city. He was ...
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    Part of Discourse 1856-04-07

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    MINUTES OF THE GENERAL CONFERENCE Of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints convened in the Bowery adjoining the north end of the Tabernacle, Great Salt Lake City, and commencing Sunday, April 6, 1856, at 10 a.m. [7 Apr, 2 pm*] [DNW 6:40, 4/9/56 p8] 2 p.m. The band played "Hail Columbia," and a march by Strauss. Congregation called to order by Prest. Grant. Choir sung, "Bring forth the royal diadem." Prayer by Elder W. Woodruff. Choir sun;g ...
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    Part of Discourse 1851-09-07

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    MINUTES OF THE GENERAL CONFERENCE. Peresiding Bishops, under Bishop Edward Hunter—Carried. John Banks was nominated as another of the travelling Bishops, and carried. Ezra T. Benson, Jedediah M. Grant, and Orson Hyde, were voted as Agents of the Perpetual Emigrating Company, to gather the Poor to this place. Samuel W. Richards, Willard Snow, Abraham O. Smoot, Dorr P. Curtis, and Vincent Shurtleff, were voted ...
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    Part of Letter from Phineas W. Cook, 22 November 1897

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    ture to you but there are many things to take place that I cannot write in my opinion. I am but a poor scribe and my health is not good and has not been since I suffered so much in trying to escape the wrath of our enemies in the time of our persecution traveling and working with wet and cold feet for 6 weeks in the breaking up of winter was finely settled here; since my health has been poor. And now, I would ask if it is proper and you think me worthy if ...