|Author:||Jermy Benton Wight|
|Publisher:||J.B. Wight (1996)|
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Personal Name: Wight, Jermy Benton. Includes bibliographical references. Personal Name: Wight, Lyman, 1796-1858.
Personal Name: Wight, Jermy Benton. Rubrics: Mormon Church Apostles Biography Mormons Texas. 95 Author: Pollard, A. J. Publication & Distribution: Basingstoke.
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the story of Lyman Wight. by Jermy Benton Wight. There's no description for this book yet. Published 1996 by . Wight in Bedford, WY. Written in English.
by Jermy Benton Wight. This multifaceted individual of puritanical ancestry was among the earliest to join the new religion espoused by young Joseph Smith and the Mormon Church. Lyman like Brigham Young found joy in his personal symbolic name. Hence the title of this book: "The Wild Ram".
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Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The wild ram of the mountain: The story of Lyman Wight. by. Jermy Benton Wight. 0965116379 (ISBN13: 9780965116374).
Jeremy Benton Wight, The Wild Ram of the Mountain: The Story of Lyman Wight (Afton, WY: Afton Thrifty Print, 1996), 28. Andrew Jenson, Lyman Wight, Historical Record 5 (December 1886): 108. Jenson, Wight, 110. Jenson, Wight, 111. Lyman Wight Named to Presidency At Adam-ondi-Ahman, Church News, 21 January 1961, 16.
Wight, Jermy Benton (1996). Lyman Wight's Mormon Colony in Texas excerpt from "Mormon Trails" chapter in Hill Country travel guide by Richard Zelade (2001).
Wight decided to move the group elsewhere, and sold the property to Noah Smithwick. Wight, Jermy Benton (1996). Some of the Mormons remained in Burnet County to work at the mill. Smithwick opened a store and a school for the remaining Mormons, and made mill modifications to encourage use by local farmers. In December 1853 Wight and his followers moved to Bandera County, establishing Mormon Camp in March 1854. While working to establish Mormon Camp, Wight died and was returned to Zodiac for burial. Johnson, Melvin C (2006).