Nathan Tanner

Alternate Names
Birth Date
1815 May 14
Death Date
1910 December 17
Gender
Male

CR 100 160 - birth, place, parents, baptism, member of Zion's Camp, migration Died Dec 17, 1910 in Salt Lake (Jenson's MSS Bio.) (Pioneers and Prominent Men of utah p 1199)

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Born in Greenwich, Washington, New York

1815 May 14
Mother
Lydia Stewart
Father
John Tanner

Baptized by Simeon Carter

1831 September 10 (Age 16)

Served in Eastern States Mission

1836 April –June (Age 20) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Proselytizing
Marital Status
Single
Priesthood Office
Seventy
Additional Notes

CR 100 160 - labored as a missionary companion with Amasa M. Lyman in New York and other States. (Jour. Hist. Apr 5, 1836) Mission location, type, marital status: Journal History Apr 5, 1836 Priesthood office: Biographical Encyclopedia 4:692.

Served in Joseph Smith Presidential Campaign Mission

1844 April 15–January (Age 28) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Proselytizing
Marital Status
Married
Priesthood Office
Seventy
Additional Notes

CR 100 160 - appointed to labor in Indiana (Jour. Hist. Apr 15, 1844) Mission location and type: Journal History Apr 15 pg. 2, 3, 1844. Purpose was to preach and to assist in Joseph Smith's presidential campaign. Priesthood office: Biographical Encyclopedia 4:692. Marital status: FamilySearch

Served in Hawaiian Mission

1852 October–1855 December (Age 37) See Missionaries
Marital Status
Plurally Married
Priesthood Office
Seventy
Additional Notes

CR 100 160 - called to fill a mission to Hawaii (Jour. hist. Aug 28, 1852) Depart from S.L. City - Oct 1852; Return - Dec. 21, 1855 (CR 100 160 1852 Index) Mission location: Journal History Aug 28, 1852 pg. 5. Priesthood office: Seventies List pg. 428 Marital status: FamilySearch

Arrived in Field Date, per Hawaiian Mission Index, 1850-1930.

Arrived in Field

1853 February 17 (Age 37)

Served in Eastern States Mission

1869 October–1870 May (Age 54) See Missionaries
Marital Status
Plurally Married
Priesthood Quorum
4th
Priesthood Office
Seventy
Residence When Called
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Territory, United States
Set Apart By
Orson Pratt

Death

1910 December 17 (Age 95)
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