Burlington Branch [Wisconsin]

congregation #482313
created 2015-08-14 by daniel m. kelty
has the name: Burlington Branch?   
assertion #3732015 by daniel m. kelty on 2017-04-10: confidence 0%.
is of type: Branch?   
assertion #3732018 by daniel m. kelty on 2015-08-14: confidence 0%.
started on: 1859   
assertion #3732014 by daniel m. kelty on 2017-05-02: confidence 80%.
ended on: between 1887 and 1889   
assertion #3746014 by daniel m. kelty on 2017-05-27: confidence 80%.
is described as: In 1859 the “New Organization” sent William W. Blair and Edmund C. Briggs to minister and reorganize the members. High priests were: William Aldrich, John C. Gaylord, Zenas Whitcomb, Lyman Hewitt. Aldrich pres, Isaac F. Scott clerk, four elders: Anthony Delapp, D. M. Montgomery, Isaac Scott, and Franklin Leonard. In 1863 leaders were: W. Aldrich, pres 18 members: “3 high priests who are members of the high council.” 1 elder, 1 priest, 1 teacher, I. F. Scott clerk. In 1868 David Hyrum Smith was stationed in Burlington as a missionary. In 1870 members were: Franklin Leonard, John C. Gaylord, Milton Stiles, Leveson Stiles, Eliabeth Montgomery, Charles Montgomery, Martha Montgomery, Lovina Helsor, Diantha Rood, Henry Southwick, William Aldrich, Lyman Hewitt. Anthony Delapp, D. M. Montgomery, Isaac F. Scott, Hannah K. Aldrich, Isabella Hewitt, Lucy Hewitt, Chester Smith, Ann Feavel, Wiliam Franklin, Margaret Franklin , Martha Helsor, Joshua Helsor, Sarah Scott, Sarah Mullinder, J. O. Montgomery, Sarah Leonard, Ambose Hicks, Lovina Hicks, David C. Stiles, Sarah A. Stiles. Burlington: 34 members, including 3 high priests, 3 elders, 1 teacher, 1 deacon, 1 baptized, 1 admitted by letter, 1 by vote. J. C. Gaylord, president; D. M. Montgomery, clerk. Resolved that the district clerk procure and insert the needed items of this branch, before delivering the report to the general church recorder.?   
assertion #3732016 by daniel m. kelty on 2017-04-10: confidence 0%.
has religion: RLDS?   
assertion #3732017 by daniel m. kelty on 2015-08-14: confidence 0%.
is located at: Walworth County, Wisconsin, United States   
assertion #3714313 by daniel m. kelty on 2015-08-14: confidence 100%.
location: 42°39'18"N, 88°21'18"W   
assertion #3720331 by daniel m. kelty on 2015-08-14: confidence 0%.
has the population: 34   which was valid on: 1878, is supported by: SH 25:9, 130-141
assertion #4002192 by mpra on 2017-05-02: confidence 100%.
has the population: 36   which was valid on: 6 Apr 1876, is supported by: SH 23:9, 257-278
2 high priests, 3 elders, 1 priest
assertion #4001580 by mpra on 2017-04-14: confidence 100%.
has the population: 38   which was valid on: 1 Apr 1886, is supported by: SH 33:18, 282-283
Listed as Burlington 1st Fragment and Burlington 2nd Branch
assertion #4002592 by mpra on 2017-05-27: confidence 100%.
has the population: 88   which was valid on: 27 Jun 1874, is supported by: SH 21:14, 443-445
assertion #4002274 by mpra on 2017-05-02: confidence 100%.
has the population: 32   which was valid on: 1880, is supported by: SH 27:9, 129-143
assertion #4002253 by mpra on 2017-05-02: confidence 100%.
has the population: 34   which was valid on: 1871, is supported by: SH 19:10, 308-316
assertion #4001824 by mpra on 2017-04-25: confidence 100%.
is further described at: Brookover 1957   which has specific reference to: p.363
entity #700017, assertion #3711313 by daniel m. kelty on 2017-05-02: confidence 100%.
is further described at: SH 21:14, 443-445   
entity #700032, assertion #4002277 by mpra on 2017-05-02: confidence 100%.
is further described at: Wilcox 1984   which has specific reference to: p.206
entity #700007, assertion #4001421 by mpra on 2017-04-11: confidence 100%.
has notes: Simon Powers, Henry Southwick leaders with 21 members 1837-1885   which is supported by: saints Herald
assertion #3733988 by daniel m. kelty on 2015-08-28: confidence 100%.