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Sep 21, 1839

Journal Entry

September 21, 1839 ~ Saturday

21 [FIGURE] Rode from Avon to Farmington Conn & once more had the happy privilege of beholding
A father mother & sister in the flesh face to face & spent the day at fathers house I had no
chill or fever to day but spent the day plesantly 6 miles

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Woodruff, Aphek, b. 1779
11 Nov 1779 - 28 May 1861
537 mentions
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Woodruff, Azubah Hart
31 Jul 1792 - 20 Mar 1851
249 mentions
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Webster, Eunice Hart Woodruff
19 Jun 1821 - 15 Jun 1853
257 mentions
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Autobiography 1858 Deseret News

the , quite sick. I found my father and family well.

Autobiography 1882 Leaves from My Journal

I was glad to meet with my father's family and the other members of the small branch of the Church which existed here upon this occasion, as I found them all strong in the faith of the gospel, and glad to meet with me. I was still suffering with the ague daily.

Autobiography 1865 Millennial Star

Farmington on the , quite sick. I found my father and family well.

Autobiography 1857 Draft 1

on the st Sept Quite sick I found my Father and family well. On the my ^maternal^ Grand Mother Anna Thompson on my mothers side died aged 84 years of age I was to sick to attend her funeral, it is a singular incident that my Grand Father Lot Thompson and Anna Thompson his wife, Samuel Thompson and Mercy Thompson

Autobiography 1882 Leaves from My Journal Notes 1

on the I had visited my Fathers family on the in the summer of 1838 on my way to Fox Islands on my second visit there and I had

Daybook (8 August 1839 - 12 January 1840)

21st rode from Avon to Farmington Ct & once more had the happy privilege of behol ding a father, Mother, & sister, in the flesh face to face & spent the day at fathers house I had no chills nor fever to day but spent the day pleasently 6 mi[les]

Autobiography 1883 Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine Notes 1

until the during which time I had parted from Father Coltrin and on my way at Palmira I was near the place where the Book of Mormon was found. The chills and fever had also followed me also during this part of my journey. On the 21st of September I reached Farmington my birthplace. I was once more at my father's house and had the privilege of meeting my parents and my sister. Here I tarried for a short season and continued quite ill.

Autobiography 1883 Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine

I was glad to meet with my father's family and the other members of the small branch of the Church which ex- isted there upon this occasion, as I found them all strong in the faith of the gos- pel, and glad to meet with me. I was still suffering with the ague daily.

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Times and Seasons, official Church newspaper, first published in Nauvoo, Illinois (continuously published until February 1846).

Sep 21, 1839