Mormon History, Jun 1, 1848

[Hosea Stout Diary] Thurs June 1st 1848. This morning there was a hog & dog found dead which I suppose were put to death for some midnight sin.
Lorenzo Snow with the Pisgah Co started on today. Prest Kimball came to the Horn.
Prest Young organized his company this evening into two hundred (the first was [crossed out]) Allen Taylor Capt first & Daniel Carns & John Harvey Capt 50. The Second William G. Perkins Capt & Eliazer Miller & John D. Lee Capt 50. I was organized in Carns fifty
Sister Taylor wife of J. Taylor from Batavia N. Y. this spring died today of measles & was buried by Jacob Weatherbees grave where some 4 or 5 were buried while we were here.

[source: Diaries of Hosea Stout]

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