Almy, Uinta County, Wyoming Territory

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  • Page 52

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    September 13, 1873 ~ Saturday Sept 13, 1873 we started Early in the morning & drove 21 Miles to Almy & Evanston & arived at 10 oclok then returned to Almy & spent the Night with Brother Samuel Pike dista[nc]e 26 M[iles] September 14, 1873 ~ Sunday 14. Sunday I visited Br James Blithe who had his leg broaken a few days before I met with the sabbath school in the forenoon & spoke to the children at 2.30 I met with ...
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    September 13, 1873 September 14, 1873 September 15, 1873 September 16, 1873 September 17, 1873 September 18, 1873 September 19, 1873
  • Page 81

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    May 25, 1874 ~ Monday May 25 1874 I went down to the Lake & helped draw Br Pettit net we caught many suckers & 42 trout many would weigh 102 lbs I returned & spent the night at Brother Davis. 6 M[iles] May 26, 1874 ~ Tuesday 26 we rode to Fish Haven Preached to the People & organized them into the United Order. we then rode to Lake Town I ...
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    May 25, 1874 May 26, 1874 May 27, 1874 May 28, 1874 May 29, 1874 May 30, 1874 May 31, 1874 June 1, 1874 June 2, 1874 June 3, 1874
  • Page 135

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    August 9, 1875 ~ Monday Aug 9, 1875 In company with J. Taylor G. Q. Cannon, Edward Hunter R. T. Burton & A. M. Musser we took cars rode to Ogden & on to Evanston then to Almay 124 M[iles] we held a Meeting in the Evening with the Saints R T Burton Prayed G Q Cannon spoke 30 M[inutes], Edward Hunter 20 R. T. Burton 17, John Taylor 38 ...
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    August 9, 1875 August 10, 1875 August 11, 1875 August 12, 1875 August 13, 1875 August 14, 1875
  • Page 9

    Part of Letter to the Editor of the Deseret News, 12 May 1874

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    5 the following officers: President, Randolph H. Stewart Vice President, Wm. Howard 2nd Vice President, Archd McKinnon; Secretary, Geo. A. Peart; Treasurer, Wilford Woodruff, Jun.; Directors, Robt. Calder, Saml. Brough, Neils Peter Christiansen. 29th. Elders Rich and Budge returned to Paris. June 2nd. I held another meeting with the saints at Woodruff. 3rd. Met with the Saints ...
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Andrew Wallwork, 28 June 1891

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    Almy Wyoming June 28th 1891 President Wilford Woodruff Salt Lake City Utah Dear Brother Your letter of June 12th is recived informing me of my appoint- ment as a missionary to Great Britain naming July 18th or Septem- ber 5th as the time to leave Salt Lake City. My circumstances are these I am 45 years of age of good health gener- aly I have one Wife of the same age and Seven children my first ais a Daughter Twenty Two years old ...
    Dates:
    June 28, 1891
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter from Andrew Wallwork, 28 June 1891

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    With fair circumstances my family would be able to get along. Business here as been very poor this ^year^. The Union Pacific mine as been shut down for seven weeks at which we were working. I am in debt some through being out of employment adnd buying a Team Wagon and harness also entering a Homestead and purchesing water for it. I have sold some property which will pay it off and leave a little over bBut it is mot due till January next My feelings are good and I disire to labor for the cause ...