On the 20th of July, 1891 Henry, Lehi and Henrietta's third child, turned eight, and since the family was still running cattle and dairying at Miner's Peak, Henry rode a horse into town to get baptized. A1 Thorley and his wife, who were living nearby, were coming into Cedar City for supplies, so Henrietta arranged for Henry to accompany them. When they reached town, Henry went with his father down to Coal Creek where they found a deep hole, which was adequate, behind a large rock. Henry was baptized by his father who was assisted by Bishop William H. Corry and Henry's Uncle Uriah, a counselor to the Bishop. Henry sat on the rock at the side of the creek to be confirmed. When the Thorleys were ready to go back to the mountain, they looked for Henry but couldn't find him so they left without him. Henry rode the 18 miles back to Miner's Peak alone, which was quite a feat for an eight year old." The following year, 1892, Lehi's younger brother, Uriah T., was made Parowan Stake President. In March of the same year, Lehi was ordained a High Priest by Francis M. Lyman and set apart as First Counselor to Bishop Wm. H. Corry.'"
'Material gathered by Dtrs. of Utah Pioneers at South Elernmtary, Margarpt M. LTrie. 'Written by Margaret M. Urie, (Sooth Elementary). "ones tape recordings. ' U t a h Historical Q u o r t e d y . 'Jones tape rpcordings. Qriginal writings, Lehi W. Jones. 'Jones tape recordings. "bid. DLettersand documents ohtained from Ann J. Gardnrr. 10 Jones tape recordings.
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"Original letters obtained lrmn Ann J. Gardner, in of York F. Jones. R. Palmer, "Pioneers ol Southern Utah," Utah Historical Quarterly. "Furnished by Ann J. Gardner. '"Jrd Jones obituary. "Jones tape recordings. '' Ibid. "L.D.S. Church records.