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An intimate chronicle; the journals of William Clayton

edited by George D. Smith
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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Signature Books, 1991
lxxii, [20], 580 p. : ill.
0941214907

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Includes appendices and index.

Includes "A William Clayton chronology" and "The William Clayton families."

Number 291 of a limited edition of 500 copies.

Photos and maps following p. lxxii.

William Clayton (1814-1879) was born in Charnock Moss, England to Thomas Clayton and Ann Critchley. In 1836 he married Ruth Moon and in 1837 he was baptized into the LDS Church in the River Ribble in Preston, England. In 1840 he immigrated to America and settled in Nauvoo where he became a scribe to Joseph Smith. Clayton entered into plural marriage and was the husband of ten wives and thirty-three children. In 1847 he traveled to the Salt Lake Valley. He lived there for the remainder of his life.

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