Richard Cook

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  • Page 87

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

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    October 22, 1855 ~ Monday Oct 202 I returned home to salt Lake City distance 15 mils October 23, 1855 ~ Tuesday to October 27, 1855 ~ Saturday 23 to 27 I spent the week at home. A Quarterly conference was held at Provo on 27 & 28 by P P & O. Pratt & others October 28, 1855 ~ Sunday Sunday 28 I spent the day & night ah [at] home writing conference minutes October ...
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    October 22, 1855 October 23, 1855 October 27, 1855 October 28, 1855 October 29, 1855 October 31, 1855 November 1, 1855 November 2, 1855 November 3, 1855 November 4, 1855 November 5, 1855 November 6, 1855 November 8, 1855
  • Page 48

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

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    December 25, 1854 ~ Monday 25th [FIGURE] Christmas I met with the inhabitants of the 14 ward & deliverd an address to the people & was followed by remarks from Isacc Morley Bishop Hoagen & others meeting continued till 1 oclock when we were dismissed for 2 hours when the people came together again & spent the afternoon & evening in the dance & all seemed to enjoy themselves well. There was a great excitement [FIGURE] through our city during the fore ...
    Dates:
    December 25, 1854 December 26, 1854 December 27, 1854 December 29, 1854 December 30, 1854 December 31, 1854
  • Page 392

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

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    May 23, 1852 ~ Sunday 23rd Sunday I attended meeting to day in the Tabern acle President Young Preached I wrote it May 24, 1852 ~ Monday to May 28, 1852 ~ Friday 24. 25. 26. 27. 28 I spent the time labouring May 29, 1852 ~ Saturday 29 The Eastern Mail came in to day bringing many letters & paper May 30, 1852 ~ Sunday 30 [FIGURE] I rote 3 letters to Col Kane, Willard Snow, & ...
    Dates:
    May 23, 1852 May 24, 1852 May 28, 1852 May 29, 1852 May 30, 1852 May 31, 1852 June 1, 1852 June 2, 1852 June 3, 1852 June 5, 1852 June 6, 1852 June 7, 1852 June 12, 1852 June 13, 1852 June 14, 1852 June 19, 1852 June 20, 1852 June 21, 1852 June 25, 1852 June 26, 1852 June 27, 1852 June 28, 1852 June 30, 1852 July 1, 1852 July 2, 1852 July 3, 1852 July 4, 1852
  • Page 119

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

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    10 Feb 1861 was presented to Presidet Young to pick out the High Council & He named six of them & Brother Farr nominated the other six after they were ordained the spirit & power of God rested upon me & I spoke to them about half an hour upon the subjet of the Priesthood & the magnifying of that Priesthood and meeting all responsibilities required at hour hands all deeply felt the power of God that was present I exhorted them to temperance & every good word & work ...
    Dates:
    February 11, 1861
  • Page 120

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

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    11 Feb 1861 that He did not profess to be a prophet seer & Revelator as Joseph Smith was, was speaking of men being born Natural Prophets & Seers many have the gift of seeing through seer stones without the Priesthood at all He had not this gift naturally yet He was an Apostle & the President of the Church & Kingdom of God on the Earth and all the Keys of the Holy Priesthood & of Revelation was sealed upon him & the spirit &
    Dates:
    February 12, 1861
  • Page 220

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

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    June 11, 1862 ~ Wednesday June 11, 1862 I spent the day mostly in the office compiling I weighed my wool in the morning. I had 440 lbs of wool in the di[rt] I paid 44 lbs for tithing June 12, 1862 ~ Thursday 12 [FIGURE] This morning a company of about 300 men left this City for South Webber all armed for war Infiantry calvalry & artilery called out by ...
    Dates:
    June 11, 1862 June 12, 1862 June 13, 1862
  • Page 224

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

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    [FIGURES] June 17 1862 into the court yard on the East side of the Court House and there guarded I went up & took a view of them. I saw Richard Cook who I consider is the most wicked & the worst man in the company as he took Morris in & was the means of putting him up to be a prophet & was the main spring of the organization of the band. He looked vary sheepish & wicked He partially hid himself behingd his brother John there were some 80 prisioners ...
    Dates:
    June 18, 1862
  • Page 225

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

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    June 198 1862 President Young when they came back they said they had done so & President Young told them to go to Judge Kinney & Get out there Affidavits. I told the Judge I know nothing in the matter. The Prisioners who Col R Burton took at the surrender of the fort at South Webber & brought into this court yard yesterday was brought into this court room at 10 minuts past 9 oclok, the number being 98. The Court was then declard opened Judge Kinney then said to ...
  • Page 227

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

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    June 198 1862 President Young when they came back they said they had done so & President Young told them to go to Judge Kinney & Get out there Affidavits. I told the Judge I know nothing in the matter The Prisioners who Col R Burton took at the surrender of the fort at south Webber & brought into this court yard yesterday was brought into this court room at 10 minuts past 9 oclok, the number being 98. The court was then declard opened Judge Kinney then ...
  • Page 228

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

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    June 19, 1862 ~ Thursday June 19, 1862 Judge Kenny was in the chair at 9 oclok at 15 minutes past the court opened Mr Miner called upon the clerk to read the affidavits which was read & Accused the three pris- ioners of Murder viz Clemguard, Cook, & Parson. They were asked if they were ready for trial they said yes. Robert Burton was sworn & bore the sane Testimony that He did yesterday Richard Cook ...
    Dates:
    June 19, 1862 June 20, 1862 June 21, 1862 June 22, 1862