April 5, 1847
Summary: First wagons leave, and concern about legal suits.
Journal entry: Monday. Pres. H. C. Kimball moved ut about four miles with six of his teams and formed an encampment.
A. W. Babbit wrote from Nauvoo, Ill., that he had visited all the cities of the east, that $100,000, was the most he had been offered for the Temple and the Church property, that forty suits had been commenced against the Church for Kirtland debts.