LDS History, Jun 2, 1843

-- Jun 2, 1843
Nauvoo, Illinois. Joseph Smith paid Dan Jones $1,375 to become half-owner of the steamboat Maid of Iowa. (1)

-- Jun 3, 1843
Nauvoo, Illinois. Joseph Smith took his family and a large group on a pleasure voyage on the steamboat Maid of Iowa to Quincy, Illinois, with a live band on board. (1)

-- Jun 8, 1843
[Lucy Mack Smith] Joseph and Emma again set out to visit Emma's sister, Elizabeth Hale Wasson, near Dixon, Lee County, over 150 miles northeast of Nauvoo. A sheriff from Missouri, in association with the sheriff of Hancock County, follow him there. (2)

-- Jun 11, 1843
Nauvoo, Illinois. Joseph Smith gave a discourse on the gathering of Israel and also interpreted Bible passages about postmortal life and the Godhead. (1)

-- Jun 13, 1843
[Joseph Smith] Joseph, Emma, and their children take a vacation to Emmas sisters home. While there Joseph is arrested illegally; he is eventually set free. (3)

[Lucy Mack Smith] Joseph leaves Nauvoo to visit relatives at Dixon, Ill. (4)

-- Jun 16, 1843
[Lucy Mack Smith] Lucy makes a compassionate call on a sister in need, then reports on it at Relief Society. (2)

-- Jun 18, 1843
[Lucy Mack Smith] Eliza R. Snow writes "a letter for Mother Smith," presumably because of her arthritis. (2)

-- Jun 23, 1843
Near Dixon, Illinois. Joseph Smith was illegally arrested by Sheriff Joseph H. Reynolds of Jackson County, Missouri, and Constable Harmon T. Wilson of Carthage, Illinois, both of whom were masquerading as missionaries. (1)

[Lucy Mack Smith] Arrested by Missouri and Illinois officers disguised as missionaries. (4)

[Lucy Mack Smith] Joseph Reynolds, sheriff of Jackson County, Missouri, and Harmon T. Wilson, sheriff of Hancock County, Illinois, arrest Joseph Smith while he and his family are at Dixon, Illinois after visiting the Wassons. After considerable legal wrangling, the Nauvoo municipal court determines to hear the case. (2)

-- Jun 27, 1843
Geneseo, Illinois. Joseph Smith traveled from Geneseo to Andover, Illinois, while trying to obtain a writ of habeas corpus. (1)

-- Jun 29, 1843
Honey Creek, Daviess County, Illinois. Joseph Smith and his company of roughly 100 men made it to Michael Cranes on Honey Creek, where a flock of turkeys and chickens were killed for a feast for the company. (1)

1 - BYU Studies Journal, volume 46, no. 4: A Chronology of the Life of Joseph Smith
2 - Anderson, Lavina Fielding, Editor, Lucy's Book: A Critical Edition of Lucy Mack Smith's Family Memoir, 2001, Signature Books
3 - More Good Foundation, Timeline,
4 - Proctor, Scott and Maurine Jensen, editors, History of Joseph Smith by His Mother: Revised and Enhanced
Mormon History Timeline /Chronology