Aphia S. Woodman

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  • Page 15

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    I also wrote a Letter to Elder Milton Holmes. spent the night at Capt B Coombs January 4, 1838 ~ Thursday Jan 4. I wrote a Letter to Aphek Woodruff in farmington Cont January 5, 1838 ~ Friday 5. I wrote a Letter to Asahel Woodruff. I rode in a wherry across the Bay in company with Mrs Woodruff & spent the night with Mr Thomas Arey 1st wrote ...
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    January 4, 1838 January 5, 1838 January 6, 1838 January 7, 1838 January 8, 1838 January 9, 1838 January 10, 1838 January 12, 1838 January 13, 1838 January 14, 1838 January 15, 1838
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 6 October 1840

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    all be restored again.— Paul says I die da^i^ly brother Joseph says that he actually died and was raised to life again— says the beasts that he fought with at Epesus often killed him and he came to life again— if so Willford why may not our little Sarah be raised to life again— He, brother Joseph has brought forth many new things this season.— There has been quite a number of deaths in Commerce the past season I believed that I mentioned some ...
  • Page 126

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    July 30, 1845 ~ Wednesday July 30th [FIGURES] I recieved five American & 2 English letters from the following Persons. Aphek & Azubah Woodruff B Cosset J. M. Grant J. Phelps, & James Frederick Cleary, see his letter, & 2 from Brethren in England & one Nauvoo Neighbor all of which brought cheering intelligence to me it was the first letter I have recieved from Father Woodruff ...
    Dates:
    July 30, 1845 July 31, 1845 August 1, 1845
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 1 March 1838

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    requests you to let no one but me know of it. he writes in confidence to you. says that Joseph and Sidney took their families Saturday night and it is supposed they have gone to Missourie and the word is for all to follow that possibly can to escape the destruction that is comeing upon K. There is a great division there and a number have left the church and raised what they call a standard of truth and liberty and drew up a remonstration against wickedness ...
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 14 June 1837

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    as soon as you get our letters Elder Hale is now writing by my side to Sister Hale I sent you [ink spot] my letter by Brother Gribble which letter you will get with this as I said before so say I again if yoy have Kirtland Money bring it with you & what [courant] money you can I am still as anxious as ever that you should meet me at the Camaan Church in Connecticut it seems to be a time of peace ...
  • Page 34

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    It is the most singular river I ever beheld. it is from a quarter to half a mile wide & its shores & bed one universall body of quick sand it is a rapid stream yet many places a person can wade across it frequently nearly the whole bed of the river is covered with but few inches of water & at other places it is deep & rapid not withstanding it is quick sand horses & cattle can walk down to edge of the river & drink like ...
    Dates:
    April 19, 1847
  • Page 159

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    August 19, 1848 ~ Saturday 19th I spent a part of the day with Br Rockwood in the City of Boston Br Little spent the evening with m[e] August 20, 1848 ~ Sunday 20th Sunday I met with the Saints in Boston Br Rockwood spoke in the morning Br Little followed him we partook of the sacrament I addressed the meeting a larger Number were in than had been for a long ...
    Dates:
    August 19, 1848 August 20, 1848 August 21, 1848 August 22, 1848 August 23, 1848 August 24, 1848 August 25, 1848 August 26, 1848 August 27, 1848
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 5 August 1837

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    reception of your of your letter dated at Farmington and makes many friendly remarks upon the subjects of friendship connections mormonisn &c&c. We have received a paper of late from Kirtland–there was not particular news in it accepting that the inhabitants of the Citty far West had chosen 2 Judges 14 Justices of peace and established a post Office. Therefore I fear that your letter will get lost by the Office being in another place. I finished that letter which you commenced to Sarah and