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Stout, Hosea, 1810-1889


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    • Birth Date

        18100918
    • Death Date

        18890302
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Territory of Utah
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Utah Territorial Legislature
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Utah House of Representatives
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: University of Deseret
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Nauvoo Legion
    • Birth Place

        Pleasant Hill, Ky.
    • Death Place

        Salt Lake City, Utah
    • Associated Locale

        Saint George, Utah
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

    • Field of Activity

        Mormon pioneer
          attorney
        • Occupation

            police man
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        • Sources

          • found: Journal of Hosea Stout, 19--?
          • found: RLIN, Sept. 14, 2000(hdg.: Stout, Hosea, 1810-1889; usage: Hosea Stout)
          • found: The autobiography of Hosea Stout, 2010:back cover (Born in Kentucky in 1810; converted to Mormonism in his twenties; participated in the Black Hawk War; chief of police of Nauvoo, Illinois, a member of the Nauvoo Legion; Quorum of Seventy and Concil of Fifty; body guard to Joseph Smith Jr.) p.vii-viii (Brigham Young's attorney; first attorney general for the Territory of Utah; Utah Territorial Legislature; 1856 to 1857 was speaker of the House of Representatives; regent for the University of Deseret; judge advocate of the Nauvoo Legion in Utah; United States District Attorney for the Territory of Utah; St. George's first city attorney; Salt Lake City attorney; 1881 Utah House of Representatives)
          • found: Wikipedia, viewed 27 August 2010(Hosea Stout, September 18, 1810-March 2, 1889, born in Pleasant Hill, Kentucky in 1832; enlisted with a group of rangers to fight in the Black Hawk War; 1837 moved to Caldwell County, Missouri; arrived in Salt Lake Valley as a member of Heber C. Kimball's company in September 1848; in 1877, he retired from public life due to poor health and died 11 years later near Salt Lake City)
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          • 2000-09-14: new
          • 2013-01-10: revised
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