1868 May 28 Letter to William R. Smith


1868 May 28 Letter to William R. Smith


Eliza Hittleman or one of her sons is asked to provide a property deed to Brother Hidgell.




Brigham Young


William R. Smith


1868 May 28


Great Salt Lake City


Legal Matters

President's Office
Salt Lake City,
May 28. 1868.

Bp. Wm R. Smith,

Dear brother:-

Sister Eliza Kittleman, who now resides, I learn, in your ward, is the widow of a bro'r. Kittleman, who once donated a lot in this city to the P. E. F. Co.; and as it was sold to a bro. Kidgell here, who now wants the deed, and bro Kittleman did not give a deed, it becomes necessary for her or one of her sons of age to be appointed administrator, so as to be able to make out the deed. Therefore I wish to know if you can get her to come down for the purpose, or her son, and Judge Elias Smith will, he says, attend to it at once. It should be known here beforehand when they will come, so that the Judge may be at home.

Your kind attention is respectfully requested, by
Your friend & brother,

T. W. Ellerbeck
Clk for Prest B. YoungSmith