1858 January 14 Letter to Heman Hyde

Title

1858 January 14 Letter to Heman Hyde

Description

A charge of strife and disunion is made against five Elders and they are requested to appear before the High Council.

Type

Correspondence

Sender

Brigham Young

Recipient

Heman Hyde

Date

1858 January 14

Location

Great Salt Lake City
Grantsville

Subject

Disputes
High Council
Church Discipline

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President's Office
Great Salt Lake City Jany. 14th /58
Heman Hyde,
President of the High Council:
I hereby prefer a charge against Thomas H. Clark, Wm. Allred, John W. Coolley, Wm. Martindale, and Claybourn Elder, all residing at Grantsville, for strife and disunion in their councils.

Brigham Young












President's Office
Great Salt Lake City Jany. 14/58
Bro. Heman Hyde.
Enclosed you will receive a charge which I prefer against some brethren in Grantsville. I have requested them, with their witnesses, to appear before the High Council on Saturday, January 30th, 1858, at 11 oclock A. M.

Your Brother in the Gospel

Brigham Young

Item sets

President's Office
Great Salt Lake City Jany. 14th /58

Heman Hyde,

President of the High Council:
I hereby prefer a charge against Thomas H. Clark, Wm. Allred, John W. Coolley, Wm. Martindale, and Claybourn Elder, all residing at Grantsville, for strife and disunion in their councils.

Brigham Young


President's Office
Great Salt Lake City Jany. 14/58
Bro. Heman Hyde.
Enclosed you will receive a charge which I prefer against some brethren in Grantsville. I have requested them, with their witnesses, to appear before the High Council on Saturday, January 30th, 1858, at 11 oclock A. M.

Your Brother in the Gospel

Brigham Young