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William Clayton"s journal

William Clayton

William Clayton"s journal

a daily record of the journey of the original company of "Mormon" pioneers from Nauvoo, Illinois, to the valley of the Great Salt Lake.

by William Clayton

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Published by Arno Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Utah,
  • Utah.
    • Subjects:
    • Clayton, William, 1814-1879.,
    • Clayton, William, 1814-1879 -- Diaries.,
    • Frontier and pioneer life -- Utah.,
    • Mormon pioneers -- Utah -- Diaries.,
    • Utah -- Description and travel.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesThe Far Western frontier
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF826 .C6 1973
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 376 p.
      Number of Pages376
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5289655M
      ISBN 10040504965X
      LC Control Number72009435

        REVIEW APPENDIX I: The Nauvoo Journal of William Clayton. William Clayton was an early British convert with book-keeping experience. One year after he converted, Church leaders ordained him as a high priest and he served in the British mission presidency from , after which he emigrated to Nauvoo. William Clayton, the personal secretary to the Mormon prophet, Joseph Smith, recorded important information on polygamy and secret ceremonies in Nauvoo. Also includes Clayton's journal entries about the Mormons' trek west to the Salt Lake valley. Table of Contents. A William Clayton Chronology The William Clayton Families: The Wives; The Children.

      William Lockhart "Will" Clayton (February 7, – February 8, ) was an American business leader and government official. Much of his business career centered on cotton trading. He and his three brothers-in-law formed a partnership that grew into the Anderson, Clayton and Company, at one time the world's largest cotton trading ality: United States. Published in John Whitmer Historical Association Jour no. 2 (Fall/Winter ) William and Jane Law were faithful members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints until sometime in Even as late as June 7, , they affirmed their belief in the Book of Mormon and the Doctrine and Covenants in their foundingFile Size: KB.

      William Lanckford [Lanckford-2] and: most likely Elizabeth (Reading) Lanckford. [Reading] There is a lot of internet speculation that her mother is Prudence Mickel. To date, no source has been produced to support this notion. Also, William Clayton Jr. [Clayton] is often noted as William Mickel Clayton. The book is in MINT condition. This is the FIRST PRINTIN OF THE FIRST EDITION! Book has NO SIGNS OF READING. Book B"; and William Claytons diary kept for Heber C. Kimball; as well as diary entries from Thomas Bullock, William Hyde, George Laub, Newel Knight, Franklin D. Richards, Abraham Owen Smoot, Erastus Snow, Hosea Stout, and others.


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Reviewer: mychinadoll1 - favorite favorite favorite favorite - October 6, Subject: William Clayton's journal Although I am not of the Mormon persuasion, it was exciting for me to travel with the original company of "Mormon" pioneers through the eyes and words of journal author Wm : The collection of journals kept between and by William Clayton, personal secretary to Joseph Smith (founder of the Mormon Church), which was originally published amid some controversy as a limited edition inis here made available for the first time as a one-volume trade edition/5(10).

This book is an illustrated version of the original William Clayton's Journal by William Clayton. “William Clayton was one of the remarkable characters of early Utah history.

Born in the county of Lancashire, England, Jhe was educated in one of the schools of his native town, and grew to manhood with a love for books and nature/5(4). William Clayton was one of the remarkable characters of early Utah history.

Born in the county of Lancashire, England, Jhe was educated in one of the schools of his native town, and grew to manhood with a love for books and nature. An early convert of Brand: Bronson Tweed Publishing.

William H. Clayton (J – December 4, ) was an early leader in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints who was a clerk and scribe to the religious leader Joseph n, born in England, was also an American pioneer journalist, inventor, lyricist, and musician.

Clayton was born in Penwortham, Lancashire, England, the son of Thomas Clayton and Ann by: Joseph Smith. William Clayton's Journal | This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.

that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. Competent with language and numbers, he worked as a book-keeper at Bashall’s textile mill at Bamber Bridge near the metropohs of Preston, England, about two-hundred miles GEORGE D.

SMITH is the editor of An Intimate Chronicle: The Journals of William Clayton. northwest of London. When the Mormon missionaries arrived inClayton.

An Intimate Chronicle: The Journals of William Clayton (Salt Lake City: Signature Books, ). James B. Allen, “An Intimate Chronicle: The Journals of William Clayton [Book review],” BYU Stud no.

2 (), This review also includes more information on the publication history of Ehat’s transcript. William Clayton's Journal, A Daily Record of the Journey of these Original Company of "Mormon" Pioneers from Nauvoo, Illinois, to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake, is an early look into the early Church of Latter Day Saints.

Clayton was a Church leader, and served asBrand: CreateSpace Publishing. William Clayton's Journal A Daily Record of the Journey of the Original Company of Mormon Pioneers From Nauvoo, Illinois, to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake.

William Clayton's journal; a daily record of the journey of the original company of "Mormon" pioneers from Nauvoo, Illinois, to the valley of the Great Salt Lake. William Clayton's Journal: A Daily Record of the Journey of the Original Company of "Mormon" Pioneers from Nauvoo, Illinois, to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake William Clayton Deseret News, - Mormons - pages5/5(1).

Pris: kr. Häftad, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp William Clayton's Journal - Scholar's Choice Edition av William Clayton på William Clayton's journal of his labors in the Mormon congregation at Manchester in and of his emigration to Nauvoo with the second company of Mormons to leave England, is typical and a happy choice to start Peregrine Smith's Classic Mormon Diary Series.

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Salt Lake City: The Deseret News, Dahl, Paul E. “William Clayton Missionary, Pioneer, and Public Servant.” Master's Thesis, Brigham Young University, Looking for books by William Clayton.

See all books authored by William Clayton, including The Latter-Day Saints Emigrants Guide: Being a Table of Distances from Council Bluffs to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake, and An Intimate Chronicle: The Journals of William Clayton, and more on byustudiesBYUStudies serving as a missionary in manchester england the entire journal was previously published with profuse annotation in by this reviewer and thomas G alexander as manchester mormonscormonsMormons the journal of william clayton to v1 it provides important information on the activities of the LDS church in eng- land in casts light on the Author: James B.

Allen. An Intimate Chronicle: The Journals of William Clayton Author James B. Allen The personal journals of William Clayton poignantly reflect the experiences, concerns, and attitudes of one of the many faithful Latter-day Saints who, though not leaders, were essential to the.

William Clayton by Jeffrey S. Hardy. See Diary. William Clayton was born on 17 July in Penwortham, Lancashire, England, to Thomas Clayton and Ann Critchley, the eldest of fourteen children.

Little is known of his early life, but he apparently received at least a rudimentary education, and his father taught him the scribe’s trade.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on /5(3).“The notes represent approximately 90 typed pages of excerpts from the personal diaries of William Clayton, While Ehat would like to keep some of the more devastating material from the public, he and Lyndon Cook have already published some portions of the diaries in their book.

William F. Clayton William Francis Clayton, 93 years old, passed away on Thursday, Ap Bill was born on Septem in Charles City, Iowa, to Francis and Louise Clayton.

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