When Hannah Tapfield King was about to lose her house to taxes in 1860, who made it possible that the King family didn’t have to leave?
a. Mary Decker Young
b. Clarissa Young
c. Brigham Young
d. Susa Young Gates
D Orson Hyde
In reference to the 1835 mission of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles: In a later reminiscence, Orson Pratt recounted coming upon a member in Columbus, Ohio, who showed him a notice published in the Messenger and Advocate 1 (March 1835): 90 that requested that he be at Kirtland at an appointed time. The news set him immediately on his way by stage, and after walking the last three miles he arrived, valise in hand, as the meeting was beginning and as “it had been prophesied. . . I would be there that day...”
Ronald K. Esplin and Sharon E. Nielsen, The Record of the Twelve, 1835, BYU Studies, Vol. 51, Number 1, 2012, 25.