Almon Whiting Babbitt

Almon Whiting Babbitt (1812-1856) was born Oct. 1812 in Cheshire, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts. He was the son of Ira Babbitt and Nancy Crosier. He married Julia Ann Johnson on 23 Nov. 1833 in Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio. He was baptized about 1830. He preached alongside and corresponded regularly with Wilford Woodruff from 1839 to 1856. He died Sep. 1856 in Ash Hollow, Garden Co., Nebraska Territory .

Footnotes

Almon Whiting Babbitt (KWJ8-9GT), "Family Tree," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org accessed 4 Feb. 2022). Almon Whiting Babbitt, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/almon-whiting-babbitt, accessed 4 Feb. 2022). Almon Whiting Babbitt, The Joseph Smith Papers (https://www.josephsmithpapers.org/person/almon-whiting-babbitt, accessed 11 Jan. 2022).

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    Part of Letter from Almon W. Babbitt, 16 January 1850

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    I will not oble Enter unto a detail as to what is transpiring for you no doabt get the changes in the papers & what is wanting the Dr no doubt suplys. But be assured whither I have the aid & comfort of my friends or not nothing shall be wanting on my part to promot the general wellfare of our common cause and be assured of my Esteem and frendship A. W. Babbitt W. Woodruff Bridgeport Mass. ...
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    Part of Letter from Almon W. Babbitt, 16 January 1850

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    A W Babbit Esqr Jan 16th 1850 Answard Jan 21st 1850 See copy
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    Part of Letter from Thomas L. Kane, 5 December 1849

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    to secure the proper stipulation from the Admins- tration as to the officise ap- pointments. It is possible that Mr. Babbitt may at least have attended to this, but you should in any event ascertain the fact. Let me hear from you at your early convenience, remembering me Your friend, Thomas L. Kane ...
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    Part of Letter to George A. Smith, 1 April 1857

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    Historian's office. G. S. L. City April 1 1857. Brother Geo. A. Smith; Dear Sir, I take pleasure in announcing to you that the Eastern mail arrived on the 24th. Ulto.: bringing 28 brass lock sacks, having left 2 by the way; it brought the last Oct. & Nov. mail anything later we have not heard by the Eastern mail. The mail was accompanied by our friend J. L. Heywood, they all wintered about Devils gate with about 20 of the brethren. They suffered ...
    Dates:
    April 1, 1857