Barker for use of Bump v. Smith and Cowdery: Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery executed a promissory note to pay William Barker $621.32 in money or Missouri land by September 1, 1836.
Rigdon, Smith, and Cowdery for use of Smith v. Woodworth: Eli Woodworth signed a note for $5.88 to pay Sidney Rigdon, Joseph Smith, and Oliver Cowdery.
Smith for use of Hitchcock and Hitchcock v. Cheney: Cheney was indebted to the plaintiff for $400 for work, money, goods, and merchandise.
Lake for use of Quin v. Millet, Smith, and Smith: Artemus Millet, Joseph Smith, and Hyrum Smith borrowed $50 from Cyrus Lake, payable four months later. Lake assigned the obligation to Christopher Quin Jr.
Smith for use of Granger v. Smalling and Coltrin: John Coltrin and Cyrus Smalling signed a promissory note for $500 to pay Julius Granger and Joseph Smith.
Samuel and Sabrina Canfield executed a promisory note payable to Joseph Smith for $500 for the purchase of parts of lots 29, 41, and 42 in Kirtland, which note he held for four weeks.
Wright v. Whitney and Johnson: Sidney Rigdon, Joseph Smith, Oliver Cowdery, Newel K. Whitney, and John Johnson signed two promissory notes for $500 each to pay Justus Wright.
Holmes and Holmes v. Smith and Cahoon: Lory and Charles Holmes sold three parcels of land in Kirtland township to Joseph Smith and Reynolds Cahoon for $12,000.
Eaton v. Smith: Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery signed a promissory note to Winthrop Eaton for $1,150. The note was to be satisfied in Kirtland Safety Society notes in six months.
Martindale v. Smith, Whitney, Cahoon, and Johnson: Joseph Smith, Newel K. Whitney, Reynolds Cahoon, and Luke Johnson executed a promissory note for $5,000 to pay Timothy Martindale, payable on January 1, 1837.
Read peer-reviewed articles about Joseph Smith and other Church history topics from BYU Studies. Visit byustudies.byu.edu.