Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, England

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    September 14, 1845 ~ Sunday Manchester quarterly Conference Met on Sunday the 14th Sept at there usual place of meeting. T[h]ere were present 1 of the quorum of the Twelve 2 High Priest 1 of the Seventies 25 Elders 29 Priest 18 Teachers 5 Deacons Elder Milton Holmes was chosen President Elder Wm Walker Clerk Conference opened by singing & prayer After which we herd the following branches represented Members Elders Priest Teacher Deacon Baptized Manchester 511 10 ...
    Dates:
    September 14, 1845
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    The following Donations I have recd since the Conference held Decr 14, 1845 ^4th^ Bradford Conference 5.0.0 per Bro Elder Chas Miller president ^56th^ London ^Also £l.14 Total £3.14^ [Conference] 2.0.0 per E H Davis [president] ^7th^ Leceister [Conference] 1.0.0. per Thos Margetts [president] ^8th^ Newton Branch 1 ...
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    [Sideways text] Recieved June [End sideways text] Asahel H Woodruff Oldham May 18 [18]84 Answered June 6, [18]84 Rexburg Dear Father I am going to write a few lines, and hope they will find you in good health as they now leave me. I must offer an appoligy for not writi- ng to you befor; but I have ben verry buissy & have not ben able write once around yet. I have just return- ed from evening meeting of the Saints of Oldham in the temperance hall, we had ...
    Dates:
    May 18, 1884
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    in Preston We held two openair meetings in Ashton last Sunday, hold one every Tuesday evening at Shaw, think one woman was convinced of the truth at our last meeting. I would sooner chop wood or dig post holes than preach, I don't like it, but am studying hard and intend to do my verry best, with the Lords help I visited the free trade hall in Manchester last week where you preached fourty three years ago. I often wonder when plodding over these paved roads or through the green ...