Mormon History, 1842

-- During 1842
John E Page: Mason 1842, Nauvoo lodge (1)

John F Boynton: Obstructed justice by preventing Joseph Smith Jr. 's arrest 1842 (1)

John F Boynton: Visited Joseph Smith Jr. at Nauvoo 1842, and helped protect him from arrest (1)

John Smith: Treasurer pro tempore, Nauvoo Masonic Lodge 1842 (1)

John Taylor: Mason 1842, Nauvoo lodge (1)

Joseph Smith Jr.: Declared bankruptcy 1842 (1)

Joseph Smith Jr.: Mason 1842, Nauvoo lodge (1)

Joseph Smith Jr.: Missouri governor offered $300 bounty for Joseph Smith Jr. s arrest, to which Illinois governor added a $200 bounty 1842 (1)

Joseph Smith Jr.: Received one vote each for Illinois governor and for Hancock County coroner and school commissioner 1842 (1)

Josiah Butterfield: Mason 1842, Nauvoo's lodge (1)

Levi W Hancock: Mason 1842, Nauvoo lodge (1)

Lyman E Johnson: Mason 1842, Nauvoo lodge (1)

Newel K Whitney: Performed plural marriage in violation of Illinois law 1842 (1)

Newel K Whitney: Treasurer, Nauvoo Masonic Lodge, standing Committee of Investigation (1842-[45]) (1)

Orson Hyde: Mason 1842, Nauvoo lodge (1)

Orson Pratt: Withdrew as candidate for Illinois legislature 1842 (1)

Roger Orton: Declared legal bankruptcy 1842 (1)

Sidney Rigdon: Mason 1842, Nauvoo lodge (1)

Sidney Rigdon: Unsuccessful candidate for Illinois state senate 1842 (1)

Sidney Rigdon: Voluntarily declared bankruptcy 1842 (1)

Thomas B Marsh: Apparently visited church headquarters in Nauvoo 1842 (1)

1 - Quinn, D. Michael, The Mormon Hierarchy: Origins of Power, Appendix 6, Biographical Sketches of General Officers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1830-47

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