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John Maddock, Mormon pioneer

Lawrence Hill Maddock

John Maddock, Mormon pioneer

by Lawrence Hill Maddock

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Published by L.H. Maddock in [Florida?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ogden (Utah),
  • Utah,
  • Ogden
    • Subjects:
    • Maddock, John, 1841-1919.,
    • Mormon pioneers -- Utah -- Ogden -- Biography.,
    • Ogden (Utah) -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 39-41).

      StatementLawrence H. Maddock.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCT275.M145 M33 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination41 p., [4] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages41
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL600024M
      LC Control Number96193387

      19 votes, 56 comments. Hi, I’m John Hamer. I’ve been invited to do an AMA today. I’m a historian, theologian, and community builder. I’m currently a . This followed a lengthy conversion process during which John had become convinced “that the Book of Mormon was true.” 1 Desiring to live with fellow members of the Church they relocated to a small town near Far West, Missouri, the headquarters of the LDS Church at the time.

      The Pioneer Database project began more than 30 years ago as staff at the Church History Library began to explore ways to help researchers better understand the experience of the Latter-day Saints as they crossed the plains to the Great Basin between the years and Brown, John ( - ) John Brown helped lead the Mississippi Saints to Grand Island, NE, Ft. Laramie, and Pueblo. He returned home, took 4 blacks to Winter Quarters (), two of which died on the way. He and the other two came with Brigham Young's "Pioneer Company" in

      - Mormon Pioneer Day Stuff and about. See more ideas about Mormon pioneers, Pioneer day, Mormon pins. The book exists, but I cannot discover a copy of it. Here's the interesting part of the post: The first verse of The Book of Mormon has a strong parallel with a 16th century book by John Dee called "The Book of Madoc": a fictional account of a Welsh prince who sails to America in the 12th century A.D. In the Book of Mormon, Nephi writes.


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Hawley’s search for and service to an authentic Mormon faith. Melvin C. Johnson has been researching Hawley’s adventurous life along the American borderlands and frontier for three decades. That night, John "received an impression by dream or vision of the night, that he must go immediately to the Church” He sold his property, consisting of 2 large farms, a hotel, several homes, orchards, a dairy, a sawmill, an island, and over acres of and his family left on Christmas day, in the middle of winter, and travelled the hundred miles to Kirtland.

Database from the LDS Church History Library containing a compilation of names obtained from rosters and other reliable sources of individuals who immigrated to Utah during this two-decade period.

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Soon after his son John was born on June 2,John obtained a Book of Mormon which he read and believed. John was baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Apand about a month later he baptized his wife Catherine (May 3 Views: K.

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