Amasa Mason Lyman (1813-1877)

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Alternate Names Amasa M. Lyman
Birth 30 March 1813
Lyman, Grafton Co., New Hampshire, United States
Marriage Wives of Amasa M. Lyman
Death 4 February 1877
Fillmore, Utah Territory, United States
Gender Male
Religious Influence Church of Christ (1830), The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Callings Counselor in the First Presidency, 4 Feb 1843 - 27 Jun 1844
President of the British Mission, 1860-1862
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Authority Control
FamilySearch LCVB-YBB
ISNI 0000 0000 4994 9023
JSPP Lyman, Amasa Mason
LCCN nr2001044617
MPOT 425
VIAF 68861842
Wikidata Q4740383
Wikipedia Amasa Lyman
WorldCat Lyman, Amasa M. (Amasa Mason) 1813-1877

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Secondary Sources

  • Genealogical Society of Utah. Report of reinstatement of Amasa M. Lyman, 1909 January 12. CR 226 107. Church History Library. http://churchhistorycatalog.lds.org/primo_library/libweb/action/display.do?doc=ALEPH-PCHD000244994&displayMode=full&vid=CHL_PUBLIC (accessed 28 Jun 2015).
  • Hefner, Loretta Lea. "The apostasy of Amasa Mason Lyman." Master's thesis. University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1977.
  • Lyman, Albert Robison. Amasa Mason Lyman: trailblazer and pioneer from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Delta, Utah: Melvin A. Lyman, 1957, 1969.
  • Lyman, Edward Leo. Amasa Mason Lyman: Mormon apostle and apostate: a study in dedication. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2009.

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