Mormon History, 1844

-- During 1844
John E Page: Political missionary 1844 (1)

John Taylor: Appointed delegate to represent Illinois at proposed national convention 1844 but remained in Nauvoo (1)

Joseph Smith Jr.: "Jeffersonian Democracy" candidate for U.S. Presidency 1844 (1)

Joseph Smith Jr.: Applicant 1844 for U.S. postmaster of Nauvoo (1)

Joseph Smith Jr.: Petitioned Congress and U.S. president Mar. 26, 1844 to authorize recruitment of 100,000 volunteers to protect America's western borders (1)

Joseph Smith Jr.: Reported 1844 vision of completed Nauvoo temple (1)

Josiah Butterfield: President of the church's political missionaries to Maine 1844 (1)

Levi W Hancock: Political mission 1844 (1)

Lyman Wight: Political missionary 1844 (1)

Orson Hyde: Political missionary 1844 (1)

Orson Hyde: Voted for Democratic candidate for president 1844 (1)

Parley P Pratt: Council of Fifty 11 Mar.! 1844 (1)

Parley P Pratt: Delegate to represent New York at proposed national convention 1844 (1)

Parley P Pratt: Political missionary 1844 (1)

Sidney Rigdon: Jeffersonian Democracy candidate for vice-president of United States 1844 (1)

Sidney Rigdon: Political missionary 1844 (1)

Wilford Woodruff: Delegate to represent Michigan at proposed national convention 1844 (1)

Wilford Woodruff: Political missionary 1844 (1)

Willard Richards: Delegate to 1844 convention in Nauvoo which nominated Joseph Smith Jr. for U.S. presidency, and Joseph Smith Jr. 's central campaign committee (1)

William Law: Court-martialed by Nauvoo Legion 1844 (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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