Henry Harriman

Alternate Names
Herriman (Alternate Name)
Birth Date
1804 June 9
Death Date
1891 May 17
Gender
Male

He was one of first seven Presidents of Seventies, serving from 1838 to 1891.

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Born in Bradford, Essex, Massachusetts, United States

1804 June 9
Mother
Sarah Brocklebank
Father
Enoch Harriman

Baptized by Orson Hyde (1805 - 1878)

1832 August 29 (Age 28)

Served in Eastern States Mission

1833 September 10 (Age 29) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Proselytizing
Marital Status
Married
Residence When Called
Kirtland, Geauga, Ohio, United States

Served in Massachusetts, New York, and Maine

1833 September 10 (Age 29) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Proselytizing
Marital Status
Married
Residence When Called
Kirtland, Geauga, Ohio, United States

Served in Canadian Mission

1834 January 26 (Age 29) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Proselytizing
Marital Status
Married

Served in Canadian Mission

1834 January 26 (Age 29) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Proselytizing
Marital Status
Married

One of Seven Presidents of Seventies

1841 January 19 (Age 36)

D&C 124:138 given at Nauvoo, Illinois.

Served in British Mission

1857 April–1858 January (Age 52) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Proselytizing
Marital Status
Plurally Married
Priesthood Office
Seventy
Residence When Called
Great Salt Lake City, Great Salt Lake, Utah Territory, United States
Set Apart By
Orson Hyde
Additional Notes

He left for the mission field as part of a handcart company of missionaries.

Served in British Mission

1857 April–1858 January (Age 52) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Proselytizing
Marital Status
Plurally Married
Priesthood Office
Seventy
Residence When Called
Great Salt Lake City, Great Salt Lake, Utah Territory, United States
Set Apart By
Orson Hyde
Additional Notes

He left for the mission field as part of a handcart company of missionaries.

Arrived in Field

1857 August 4 (Age 53)

arrived at home

1858 June 21 (Age 54)

Death in Huntington, Emery, Utah Territory, United States

1891 May 17 (Age 86)
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