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Mar 13, 1839

Journal Entry

March 13, 1839 ~ Wednesday

March 13th I being pressed in spirit to go to Quincy Adams County Illinois to visit the body of the Church which
had fled to that place to find an asylum for a season from the perilous persecutions that they were receiving
by the Inhabitants of the state of Missouri. it being about 1020 miles from Rochester Quincy stands on the bank
of the Missisippi River. I accordingly set out for this purpose accompanied by my wife & child & also
Brother & Sister Stephens. We Rode to Springfield & dined with Brother Whittle froom thence we rode
to Brother John Herret's & spent the night we had a plesent interview together. Distance 32 mil[es]

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Herrett, John
1802-1840
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Woodruff, Phebe Whittemore Carter
8 Mar 1807 - 10 Nov 1885
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Woodruff, Sarah Emma
14 Jul 1838 - 17 Jul 1840
160 mentions
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Autobiography 1858 Deseret News

——I took my family and started for

Autobiography 1865 Millennial Star

——I took my family and started for Quincy, where I arrived on the

Autobiography 1857 Draft 1

I was pressed in spirit to go to Quincy Illinois and visit the the saints who had fled their from their persecuters in Missouri I immediately

Autobiography 1883 Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine Notes 1

wife, child and brother and Sister Stephens. This was .

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Church leaders escape while being transported for trial with the help of their guards; Church members move to Commerce, Illinois and establish Nauvoo.
Wilford receives the official call to serve his third mission.

Mar 13, 1839