Truman O. AngellThe architect of the Salt Lake Temple, Truman O. Angell states that he moved to Missouri in 1837 with how much money?
a. 50 cents
b. 1 penny
(C) Dividing into groups
Elder William Marks, who had previously been appointed agent to the Bishop, being called upon arose and said that he would comply with the request of the Church, and the Lord being his helper he would discharge the duties of his office to the best of his ability. After which the Elders present who were in a situation to travel were called upon to number themselves, and there were numbered one hundred and nine, and they were divided into eight companies in the following order-number one to thirteen, called the first company, were appointed to travel east; No. 14 to 26, were to travel southeast; No. 27 to 39, south; No. 40 to 52, southwest; No. 53 to 65, west; No. 66 to 78, northwest; No. 79 to 91, north; No. 92 to 104, northeast. Five being left after this division, No. 105 was appointed to travel with the company going southeast; No. 106, with the company northwest; 107, south; 108, east; 109, with the north
company. I t was further appointed (as strange as this may seem the following is the kicker) that those who might desire to travel a different course form the one which was appointed to the division to which they belonged, might have the privilege of changing with those of another division.
Roberts, B.H., ed., History of the Church (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Company, 1950), 2:514.