Actions and defenses
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Geauga County (Ohio) court record
One handwritten court record. The item is a copy made in 1860 by William N. Keeny, clerk of Geauga County, of the original court record dated 1839. The Halsted Haines Co. sued Joseph Smith (1805-1844), Hyrum Smith, Olivery Cowdery, Sidney Rigdon, Brigham Young, and other Mormon Church leaders for redress in connection with questionable business practices. Since the defendants failed to appear when summoned, the plaintiffs were awarded $2337.35 plus expenses.
Huntington Creek litigation records, 1913
Illinois Circuit Court (Northern District) records
Phtocopies of handwritten court records. The materials are pages 1 and 486 to 697 from volume 4 of a much larger record on court proceedings. The entries regard the case of the "United States of America vs. Joseph Smith, et al." The manuscript deals with the estate of Joseph Smith, first president of the Mormon Church. The originals are located at the Federal Records Center, Chicago, Illinois.
Legal proceedings on Brigham Young estate
Incomplete printed legal proceedings on the estate of Brigham Young, conducted in 1879 in the Utah Territory.
Mormon War papers
Microfilmed copies of original joint legislative committee journals (1838-1839), legislative proceedings (1838-1841), correspondence and orders (1838-1839), evidence given at the court of inquiry held in November 1838 to investigate Joseph Smith (1805-1844) and others for high treason, and certificates dealing with indictments against Mormons (1841) pertaining to the Mormon disturbances in Missouri (1838-1841). The film is 16 mm. and 35 mm. and is photonegative.
Rose Marie Reid lawsuits, approximately 1940-1971
Contains documents related to lawsuits filed against the Rose Marie Reid company. Includes correspondence between lawyers, tax files for a case in Canada, and rights and royalty information. All the cases pertain to Reid's business and incorporation. Includes contracts and records of the actual cases. Dated approximately 1940 to 1971.