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About James Brinkerhoff

Husband of Rebecca Hannah Hawk Brinkerhoff

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Nauvoo home close to Joseph Smith's home. Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah Another version- copy of James life. This article tells about the United Order Experiment describing how our ancestor lived while in Orderville, Utah. This article tells about the United Order Experiment describing how our ancestor lived while in Orderville, Utah. This article tells about the United Order Experiment describing how our ancestor lived while in Orderville, Utah. Starting on page 160, "Personal Memories of the United Order of Orderville, Utah" by Emma Carroll Seegmiller This article tells about the United Order Experiment describing how our ancestor lived while in Orderville, Utah. Pioneer Map City of St. George showing James Brinkerhoff home plot First West and Second South James Brinkerhoff & Sally Ann Snyder home site in Nauvoo on the southwest corner of Partridge and Sidney Streets. The Nauvoo temple was visible from their home when looking towards the upper right corner of this photo. History of James Brinkerhoff, Sally Ann Snyder, Rebecca Hawks and Eliza Jane Henderson James Brinkerhoff history compiled and edited by Marvin T. Brinkerhoff, a great grandson of George Brinkerhoff "Promissory Note to James Brinkerhoff, 24 August 1843," p. [2], The Joseph Smith Papers, accessed October 1, 2017, http://www.josephsmithpapers.org/paper-summary/promissory-note-to-j... "Deed to James Brinkerhoff, 24 August 1843," p. 228, The Joseph Smith Papers, accessed October 1, 2017, http://www.josephsmithpapers.org/paper-summary/deed-to-james-brinke... by Frank Esshom, Published 1913 Winter Quarters Sexton's Records 1846-1848, LR 6359, Church History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah. Information obtained from Nauvoo Land & Records office in 2011 by Vicki Tovey Promissory note to James Brinkerhoff Deed to Nauvoo property. Found at http://www.josephsmithpapers.org/paper-summary/deed-to-james-brinke... maps included Original painting by Elbert Porter. On March 20, 1874, under the direction of Brigham Young, a branch of the Order at Mt. Carmel was officially organized with one hundred nine members. The purpose was to have all things held in common except houses and the lots on which houses were located. Farming, stock-raising, and industries were to be operated for the good of all. Many units were organized, but few lasted very long. The Orderville United Order was the longest lasting communal living experiment of the Church. About 1883 the United Order was disbanded under advice from the Church authorities. Original painting by Elbert Porter. On March 20, 1874, under the direction of Brigham Young, a branch of the Order at Mt. Carmel was officially organized with one hundred nine members. The purpose was to have all things held in common except houses and the lots on which houses were located. Farming, stock-raising, and industries were to be operated for the good of all. Many units were organized, but few lasted very long. The Orderville United Order was the longest lasting communal living experiment of the Church. About 1883 the United Order was disbanded under advice from the Church authorities. NAUVOO homesite of James Brinkerhoff & Sally Ann Snyder and their family - one block east and one block north of Joseph Smith's Mansion House on the south west corner of Sidney and Partridge Streets

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James Brinkerhoff's Timeline

1816
May 22, 1816
Epronius, Cayuga, New York
1816
1836
October 30, 1836
Moravia, Cayuga County, New York, United States
1840
August 9, 1840
Cayuga County, New York, United States
1842
July 25, 1842
Cayuga County, New York, United States
1845
August 24, 1845
Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, United States
1847
June 18, 1847
Age 31
September 25, 1847
Age 31
Utah Territory, United States
November 3, 1847
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States