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The journals of William E. McLellin, 1831-1836

Author: William E McLellin; Jan Shipps; John W Welch
Publisher: Provo, Utah : BYU Studies, Brigham Young University ; Urbana : University of Illinois Press, ©1994.
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William Earl McLellin (1806-1883) was born in Smith County, Tennessee. He married Cinthia Ann in 1829 in Illinois. She died in about 1830-1831 in childbirth. In 1831 William joined the LDS Church and went on several missions. In 1832 he was excommunicated for a short time but was rebaptized and, in 1835, was one of the first members of the Twelve Apostles. By this time he had married Emeline Miller they had six  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
History
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Named Person: William E McLellin; William E McLellin; McLellan.
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William E McLellin; Jan Shipps; John W Welch
ISBN: 0842523162 9780842523165
OCLC Number: 31207543
Description: xxi, 520 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Responsibility: edited by Jan Shipps and John W. Welch.

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William Earl McLellin (1806-1883) was born in Smith County, Tennessee. He married Cinthia Ann in 1829 in Illinois. She died in about 1830-1831 in childbirth. In 1831 William joined the LDS Church and went on several missions. In 1832 he was excommunicated for a short time but was rebaptized and, in 1835, was one of the first members of the Twelve Apostles. By this time he had married Emeline Miller they had six children. He and his family settled in Jackson County, Missouri and suffered the persecutions against the Mormons. By late 1836 William and his family had left the LDS Church and settled in Illinois for a short time before returning to Missouri.

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