John Van Cott

John Van Cott (September 7, 1814 – February 18, 1883) was a prominent member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints serving as a member of the Quorum of the Seventy, as one of the Seven Presidents of the Seventy, and also as president of the Scandinavian Mission.

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... According to historical records, a John Van Cott was "elected" a fireman in Brooklyn, NY on April 1, 1788 ... See this external link John Waldemar Van Cott, a grandson of John Van Cott was a professor at Brigham Young University and an author among his books is "Utah ...
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... Upon Vincent van Gogh's death in 1890, his work not sold fell into the possession of his brother Theo ... Vincent, leaving the work in the possession of his widow, Johanna van Gogh-Bonger ... The collection was inherited by her son Vincent Willem van Gogh in 1925, eventually loaned to the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam where it displayed for many years, and was transferred ...
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