Joseph Bull

Alternate Names
Birth Date
1832 January 25
Death Date
1904 January 11
Gender
Male

Born in Leicester, Leicestershire, England

1832 January 25
Mother
Elizabeth Burdett
Father
Daniel Bull

Baptized by William Jarvis

1848 February (Age 16)

Served in California Mission

1855 May–1857 December (Age 23) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Other
Marital Status
Married
Priesthood Quorum
30th
Priesthood Office
Seventy
Residence When Called
Great Salt Lake City
Additional Notes

Called with George Q. Cannon and Matthew F. Wilkie to print the Book of Mormon in Hawaiian in San Francisco and to publish The Western Standard newspaper. Presided over San Francisco Conference, April 1856 through July 1857. He was then called on a mission to the Sandwich Islands but was instead called home by President Brigham Young. 

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Editorial and Mechanical Staff of the Western Standard

Arrived in Field

1855 June 27 (Age 23)

Arrived at Home

1858 January (Age 25)

Served in British Mission

1860 September–1864 September (Age 28) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Proselytizing
Marital Status
Married
Priesthood Quorum
30th
Priesthood Office
Seventy
Residence When Called
Great Salt Lake City, Great Salt Lake, Utah Territory, United States
Set Apart By
Heber C. Kimball

Served in British Mission

1877 October–1879 November (Age 45) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Proselytizing
Marital Status
Plurally Married
Priesthood Quorum
30th
Priesthood Office
Seventy
Residence When Called
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Territory, United States
Set Apart By
Erastus Snow

Death

1904 January 11 (Age 71)
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Joseph Bull (1832 - 1904) Profile
Editorial and Mechanical Staff of the Western Standard