1854 December 19 Letter to Bishops

Title

1854 December 19 Letter to Bishops

Description

Counsel for members to furnish construction workers with provisions and lodging and Tithing credit will be given in return.

Type

Correspondence

Sender

Brigham Young

Recipient

David Evans
S. R. Hunington
Hanson Walker
Silas Blackham
A. Johnson
Stephen Markham
B. Cross
J. G. White
Bartholomew

Date

1854 December 19

Location

Great Salt Lake City
American Fork
Pleasant Grove
Springville
Provo
Dry Creek
Palmyra
Payson
Nephi
Fillmore

Subject

Tithing
Building and Construction
Bishops

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G. S. L. City Dec. 19/54

Bishops
David Evans Dry Creek,
S. R. Hunington American Fork
Hanson Walker Pleasant Grove
Silas Blackham Provo
A. Johnson Springville
Stephen Markham Palmyra
B. Cross Payson
J. G. White Nephi
Bartholomew Fillmore,
Dear Brethren,
The bearer. Thos. W. Ellerbeck & Asa Hinkley, are sent to Fillmore on important business in relation to the State House, which has to be attended to between this and the first of the Month. They will call upon you for aid, you will furnish them with feed for their animals such as they may require, also provisions for themselves, and lodgings. Should there wagon met with an accident by breakage, or animals give out you will please to supply the lack with as little delay as possible.
Keep account of the articles thus furnished, and Report to the General Tithing office, where they will be placed to the credit of the respective parties on Tithing & oblige,

Brigham Young

Item sets

G. S. L. City Dec. 19/54

Bishops
David Evans Dry Creek,
S. R. Hunington American Fork
Hanson Walker Pleasant Grove
Silas Blackham Provo
A. Johnson Springville
Stephen Markham Palmyra
B. Cross Payson
J. G. White Nephi
Bartholomew Fillmore,

Dear Brethren,

The bearer. Thos. W. Ellerbeck & Asa Hinkley, are sent to Fillmore on important business in relation to the State House, which has to be attended to between this and the first of the Month. They will call upon you for aid, you will furnish them with feed for their animals such as they may require, also provisions for themselves, and lodgings. Should there wagon met with an accident by breakage, or animals give out you will please to supply the lack with as little delay as possible.

Keep account of the articles thus furnished, and Report to the General Tithing office, where they will be placed to the credit of the respective parties on Tithing & oblige,

Brigham Young