Found in 60 Collections and/or Records:
Arza Adams affidavit
Holograph document and statement of damages amounting to $775 sustained in the war with Chief Walker and his Utes due to Indian activities in Utah County, Utah in 1853.
Alma L. Jensen affidavit and statement
Typewritten and signed affidavit and a handwritten statement. Jensen affirms that he met Martin Harris (1783-1875) in the summer of 1875. Harris told him about the authenticity of the Book of Mormon.
Arthur V. Watkins affidavits and resolutions, 1939
Circuit Court legal documents
Photocopies of handwritten legal documents. The collection includes petitions, contracts, appeals, court orders, and summonses involving members of the Mormon Church.
Oliver Cowdery affidavit
Notarized affidavit signed by Oliver Cowdery as a notary public. The item verifies that a notice relating to a certain property in Walworth County, Wisconsin had been listed in a local newspaper for E. A. Cooley.
Oliver Cowdery notarized affidavit
Notarized affidavit affirming that an add had been run in the newspaper the "Walworth County Democrat" advertising land sales. The document was signed by O. Cowdery "Notary Public."
John Davis testimony and affidavit
Documents and corresponding affidavits, 1838-1842
Each folder containts a document, coded HR 27A-G10.1 or something similar, relating an instance of persecution, and is accompanied by anywhere from 7 to 61 affidavits.
Documents in the Case of John W. Archer vs. James J. Strang and John Cole
Handwritten legal documents including affidavits, writs, depositions, and decisions. The items relate to a suit brought by John W. Archer, a disaffected Strangite, against James J. Strang and John Cole in the summer of 1849 to recover a wagon Archer had consecrated to Strang's group. The case was heard in Walworth County, Wisconsin.
Edwin and Margaret Marsh guardianship transfer affidavit, 1888 May 16
Affidavit (original and photocopies) recording the transfer of guardianship of the Richard Butler's mother, Rose Zipporah Marsh, to William and Sarah Beecher. Document dated May 16, 1888.