Glimpse of Past – LDS Church History Nov 1-3

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November 1, 1808 (Tuesday) – John Taylor was born in Milnthorpe, Westmoreland, England.

November 2, 1836 (Wednesday) – Preparations were made for organizing a banking institution at Kirtland, O., to be called the “Kirtland Safety Society.”

November 1, 1838 (Thursday)- Hyrum Smith and Amasa M. Lyman were brought as prisoners into camp. A court martial was held, and the prisoners were sentenced to be shot the following morning; they were, however, saved through the interference of General Doniphan.

November 2, 1838 (Friday)- Joseph Smith, jun., and fellow-prisoners were taken to Far West under a strong guard and permitted to see their families, from whom they then were rudely torn and started under a strong guard, commanded by Generals Samuel D. Lucas and Robert Wilson, for Independence, Jackson Co., where they arrived on the 4th.

November 1846– A memorial to the Queen of England “for the relief, by emigration, of a portion of her poor subjects,” was circulated for signatures among the British Saints.

November 1847– Capt. James Brown returned to G.S.L. Valley from a visit to California, bringing about $5,000 in gold.

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