James Colin Brewster (1826-1909)

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Alternate Names James C. Brewster
Birth 26 October 1826
Black Rock, Buffalo Co., New York, United States
Death 8 January 1909
Wauwatosa, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin, United States
Gender Male
Religious Influence Church of Christ (1830), Church of Christ (Brewsterite)
Callings Counselor in the First Presidency, 1848-1851
Authority Control
VIAF 17630808
Wikidata Q6130664
Wikipedia James C. Brewster
WorldCat Brewster, James Collins 1826-

Published Works

  • The Words of Righteousness to All Men, Written from One of the Books of Esdras, Which Was Written by the Five Ready Writers, In Forty Days, Which Was Spoken of by Esdras, in His Second Book, Fourteenth Chapter of the Apocrypha, Being one of the Books Which Was Lost, and Has Now Come Forth, by the Gift of God, In the Last Days (1842)
  • Very important! To the Mormon money diggers: why do the Mormons rage, and the people imagine a vain thing? (1843)


Primary Sources

Secondary Sources

  • "Jas Brewster." Find A Grave. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=407965 (accessed 27 Jul 2015).
  • Shields, Steven L. Divergent Paths of the Restoration. N.p.: Herald House, 2001. Pages 55-56.
  • Vitale, Gary C. "Whatever Happened to James Colin Brewster, the Boy Mormon Prophet?" Desert Tracks (Dec 2007): 9–15.

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