Glimpse of the Past – LDS Church History Dec

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December 1830 – The Saints in the State of New York were commanded by revelation to gather to Ohio. (Doc. and Cov., Sec. 37.)

December 11, 1830 (Saturday) – Edward Partridge was baptized by Joseph Smith, jun., in the Seneca river.

December 13, 1841 (Monday) – Apostle Willard Richards was appointed Joseph Smith’s private secretary and general clerk for the Church.

December 15, 1845 (Monday) – After laboring nearly one year and eight months on Tubuai, Elder Addison Pratt left that island to join Elder Benjamin F. Grouard, who had commenced a most successful missionary work on Anaa, one of the Tuamotu Islands.

Taken from Andrew Jenson’s:¬† Church Chronology

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