LDS History, 1838 Oct 30

-- 1838 Oct 30
[Lucy Mack Smith] Hauns Mill massacre. (1)
-- 30 October 1838
[Missouri War] Missouri troops, under command of Gen. Samuel D. Lucas of Jackson County, arrive outside Far West. Mormon leaders send messengers to learn intentions of troops. (2)
[Missouri War] Two hundred soldiers from Livingston and nearby counties overrun Mormon village of Haun's Mill, killing eighteen and wounding fifteen. (2)
-- 1838, October 31
Joseph Smith and other leaders of the Church arrested by Missouri State militia, Far West. (3)
-- 1838 31 October
Joseph Smith and other leaders arrested by Missouri State Militia. (4)
-- 1838 October 31
Joseph Smith, Jan., and others were betrayed by G.M. Hinckle. (5)
-- about October 31, 1838
[Joseph Smith] Far West, Missouri. Colonel George M. Hinkle, on the pretense that the hostile militia surrounding Far West desired a truce, escorted Joseph Smith and other Church leaders to a supposed parley with militia officers. Instead they were taken prisoner and marched to the enemy camp on Goose Creek. (6)
-- 1838 October 31
[Joseph Smith] Taken prisoner by state militia, Far West. (7)
-- 1838 31 October
[Joseph Smith] [Joseph Smith] Surrenders to Missouri militia at Far West; imprisoned. (8)
-- 31 Oct. 1838
[Lucy Mack Smith] Joseph, Sidney Rigdon, Parley P. Pratt, Lyman Wight, and George W. Robinson are delivered by George Hinkle, the Far West militia colonel, to General Lucas. Given Bogart's known enmity for those who fought against him at Crooked River, Samuel Smith and several others slip out under cover of night and make their way with much hardship to Quincy, Illinois. (9)
-- 1838 Oct 31
[Lucy Mack Smith] Joseph, Hyrum, and others surrender to Missouri militia at Far West. (1)
-- 31 October 1838
[Missouri War] Col. George Hinkle, John Corrill, and other Mormon representatives attempt to negotiate with General Lucas, but receive demands for surrender. Joseph Smith, Sidney Rigdon, Lyman Wight, and other Mormon leaders give themselves up as hostages. About seventy-five Mormon soldiers, advised of the surrender plans, flee from Far West during the night. (2)
-- During Fall 1838
[Lucy Mack Smith] Two militia companies of Mormons are organized under Alexander Doniphan in Caldwell County and Hiram G. Parks in Daviess County. (9)

1 - History of Joseph Smith by His Mother: Revised and Enhanced by Scot Facer Proctor Maurine Jensen Proctor
2 - Stephen C. LeSueur: The 1838 Mormon War in Missouri, Appendix: Chronology of Events in Missouri, 1838-1839
3 - Encyclopedia of Mormonism, Vol. 4, Appendix 2: A Chronology of Church History
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5 - Richards - Little, Compendium of the Doctrines of the Gospel, Church Chronology, Ch.66, p.306
6 - BYU Studies Journal, volume 46, no. 4: A Chronology of the Life of Joseph Smith
7 - Joseph Smith Papers: Chronology for the Years 1832-1839
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9 - Lucy's Book: A Critical Edition of Lucy Mack Smith's Family Memoir, Edited by Lavina Fielding Anderson, 2001, Signature Books