1854 February 23 Letter to David Moore and Joseph W. Young

Title

1854 February 23 Letter to David Moore and Joseph W. Young

Description

Guardianship of the family and estate of the late Isaac Clark and settling the Tithing books that were in Clarks possession.

Type

Correspondence

Sender

Brigham Young

Recipient

David Moore
Joseph W. Young

Date

1854 February 23

Location

Great Salt Lake City

Subject

Charity
Tithing

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Great Salt Lake City Feby 23rd 1854.
Bros. David Moore &
Joseph W. Young.
I reply to yours of the 19th inst, that it will fully accord with my feelings for bro. David Moore to administer on the estate of the late Isaac Clark, and take the guardianship of his family in compliance with his request, and certainly it should meet the approbation of all the parties concerned to comply with the expressed and reasonable wishes of the departed.
As to the Tithing Books, left by bro. Clark, I wish to have Bishop Browning audit, and Settle them, and when that is done, send them to the General Tithing Office in this City. Please say to Bishop Browning, that I wish him to take other books, in which to keep account of his Acts, and doings in the bishopric.
Praying for your prosperity and welfare in the pathway of all truth,
I remain your brother in the Covenant.

Brigham Young

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Great Salt Lake City Feby 23rd 1854.

Bros. David Moore &
Joseph W. Young.

I reply to yours of the 19th inst, that it will fully accord with my feelings for bro. David Moore to administer on the estate of the late Isaac Clark, and take the guardianship of his family in compliance with his request, and certainly it should meet the approbation of all the parties concerned to comply with the expressed and reasonable wishes of the departed.

As to the Tithing Books, left by bro. Clark, I wish to have Bishop Browning audit, and Settle them, and when that is done, send them to the General Tithing Office in this City. Please say to Bishop Browning, that I wish him to take other books, in which to keep account of his Acts, and doings in the bishopric.

Praying for your prosperity and welfare in the pathway of all truth,
I remain your brother in the Covenant.

Brigham Young