Warren A. Cowdery
Warren A. Cowdery (1788-1851) was born 17 Oct. 1788 in Wells, Rutland Co., Vermont. He was the son of William Cowdery and Rebecca Fuller. He married Patience Simonds on 22 Sep. 1814. He was baptized in 1834. He was an editor of the The Messenger and Advocate, and worked and served with Wilford Woodruff. He died 23 Feb. 1851 in Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio.
Warren A Cowdery (LZT8-S5T), "Family Tree," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 6 Feb. 2022). Warren A. Cowdery, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/warren-a-cowdery, accessed 8 Feb. 2022). Warren A. Cowdery, The Joseph Smith Papers (https://www.josephsmithpapers.org/person/warren-a-cowdery, accessed 12 Jan. 2022).
Excerpt:January 1, 1838 ~ Monday JAN 1st 1838. I Willford am now standing upon one of the Islands of the sea in defence of the truth and for the word of GOD and the testimony of JESUS CHRIST. I am in North America North Lat 44. West Long 68 46 South Fox Islands Vinalhaven Maine. I am labouring in the ministry alone at this time, I am blessed, however, with the company of Mrs Phebe W Woodruff my companion & friend: O may the LORD bless us in all righteousness ...Dates:January 1, 1838 January 2, 1838 January 3, 1838
Excerpt:And Edited By W A Cowdery & published by Wm Marks to the end of the vol. The Elders Journal being ownly 4 No ever published was Edited by Joseph Smith & Published by Thomas B Marsh The Times & Seasons was Edited & published be by E Robinson & Don Carlos Smith untill the 4th No of th 2nd vol which was Edied & publi[sh]ed By D. C. Smith Alone untill ...
Excerpt:requests you to let no one but me know of it. he writes in confidence to you. says that Joseph and Sidney took their families Saturday night and it is supposed they have gone to Missourie and the word is for all to follow that possibly can to escape the destruction that is comeing upon K. There is a great division there and a number have left the church and raised what they call a standard of truth and liberty and drew up a remonstration against wickedness ...