Charles Adams

Charles Adams commented on mission assignment responses that were sent to Wilford Woodruff from 1888 to 1898.

Footnotes

Charles Adams (KWNR-82C), “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 22 Nov. 2022). Charles Adams, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/charles-adams, accessed 22 Nov. 2022).

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    Part of Letter from Charles R. Lyman, 11 August 1889

    Excerpt:
    kind I think this will be sufficient for the present Yours Respet Chas Adams Bp
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    Part of Letter from Charles D. Adams, 27 March 1888

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    of an Elder before starting on a mission please inform me in regard to this matter what will be the smallest amount of money needed to pay the fare to the North West mission, and is thare any arrangements for missionaries to get reduced rates from Milford to Salt Lake City I am pleased my son has responded to the call and trust that it will be beneficial to him and some good to the caus of truth Yours with Kind Regards Chas Adams Bp Parowan Ward ...
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    Part of Letter from David Ward, 8 September 1889

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    Parowan Sep 8th 1889 Dear Bro Woodruff I received your letter of 15 August ^to day^ notifying me of my appointment to a mission to Great Britain I accept the appointment and will try and be at the office Sep 17th ready to be set apart and receive such instruction as requisite if I am priviledge to special rate to Salt Lake please send order direct to Rush Lake Iron Co by Minersville by Beaver Co David ...
    Dates:
    September 8, 1889
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    Part of Letter from John Eyre, 8 August 1890

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    to get but we will ^leave^ the matter entirely with you as your wisdom shall dictate your Brother in the gospel John Eyre Per George G Eyre I would give bro. Eyre the change desired. J. F. S. Parowan Oct 11 [18]90 President Wilford Woodruff Salt Lake City Dear Bro I think that Bro Geo G Eyre will make a good missionary I had selected him in my own mind as a suita- ble person for a missionary feeling that it would be a ...
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    Part of Letter from L. D. Watson, 24 September 1890

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    Parowan Sept 25 [18]90 President Wilford Woodruff Salt Lake City Dear Brother I have read Bro Watson's answer to you in reply to his call to go on a Mission: and I think it explains his condition as near as posable he feels like doing whatever is required of him and would be for the best feeling that you will advise him for the best I remain your Bro in the Gospel Chas Adams Bp ...
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    Part of Letter from Charles Adams, 26 February 1895

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    Parowan Feb 26 [18]95 Prest Wilford Woodruff Salt Lake City Dear Bro I consider the enclosed letter from Bro Wilcock states his true condition he is a good young man has faith in the Gospel and I think will make a good missionary; feel pleased that he is willing to respond to the call, and trust that the Lord may open his way that he may be able to get the necessary means to take him to his field of labor Your brother in the Gospel Chas Adams Bp Parowan ...
    Dates:
    February 26, 1895
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    Part of Letter from Charles Adams, 26 February 1895

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    Chas Adams Feb. 26 [18]95.
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    Part of Letter from William H. Lyman, 6 July 1892

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    Parowan July 6 [18]92 Prest Wilford Woodruff Salt Lake Dear Bro. Endorseing Bro Lymans acceptance to respond to the call made on him; can say I consider him every way qualified to fill a Mis- sion and feel it will be a blessing to him and all result is good Very Respct Yours Chas Adams Bp ...
    Dates:
    July 6, 1892
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    Part of Letter from John F. Wright, 24 August 1892

    Excerpt:
    House of Representatives, Territory of Utah THIRTIETH SESSION REPRESENTATIVES. Wm. H. Seegmiller, Richfield, Speaker of the House. Aquilla Nebeker, Laketown. John F. Wright, Hyrum, A. H. Snow, Brigham City, George Allen, Ogden, James N. Kimball, Ogden, Nathaniel Montgomery, North Ogden, Henry W. Lawrence,
    Dates:
    August 24, 1892
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    Part of Letter from Charles Adams, 26 January 1893

    Excerpt:
    to Samoa Bro Alfred M Durham of this Ward recieve the same call to go to Samoa to day he is also at Provo with my son and the same points would be necessary for him to know would you recommend young men going to Samoa if to get married if they had young ladies engaged or to remain single your Bro in the Gospel Chas Adams Bp Parowan Ward They should have their endowments and get married, if engaged, if they prefer to do ...