January 2, 1837
Bank of Geauga v. Smith, Whitney, and Rigdon. Joseph Smith, Newel K. Whitney, and Sidney Rigdon obtained a loan for $3,000 from the Bank of Geauga and gave the bank a promissory note stating that they would return ("pay jointly and severally") the money "forty five days after date" at the Bank House in Painesville, Ohio.
LDS Church Archives, Joseph Smith Legal Papers series
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