Clarissa Lyman Smith

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  • Page 205

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

    Smith Prophesyed that within five years we should be rid of our old enemies whether they were apostates or of the world & wished us to record it that when it comes to pass that we need not say we had forgotten the saying February 26, 1844 ~ Monday 26 A cold wind from the north Br Reed worked for me a part of the day I met with the quorum in the evening [FIGURE] but meeting closed soon after we arived. Fathers ...
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  • Page 4

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

    Homes has lost his wife, and babe about 3 months old, O The church have bought a steamboat and have got it running on the river— they gave 4000 dolls. for it. Brother Vanosdel has been appointed chief magistrate this season Brother Rigdons health is verry poor. I am weighting for you to come home before Sarah Emmas funeral sermon is preached or Willford O. is blest. Please Tell Brother G ...
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter to George A. Smith from Heber C. Kimball, 4 December 1840

    sukceser. Sister Palkidg is Marrid to Father Hunti ington. thare Has 2 or 3 familes denide the faith that that went over first. my wife stats that Br Turly had got within 3 or 4 days journey of Nawvoo with his company. Almon Babbit has been appointed President of the Stake in Kirtland. Br Smoot, and George Pitkin has Return from Tennessee, baptised 20. things seam to go well in that Land. trouble seams to near at hand. Elder ...
  • Page 16

    Part of Letter to George A. Smith, 12 October 1850

    We have had some verry refressing seasons with Some Viz, Mulholland and his big[ Screia]was found in his house and exposed to the public in the street and spoiled, he now lives in Western [Mor Father's Cutlers] case was acted upon this conference and partially cut off or left in such a way as to cut himself off he pays no attention to the [eclezalastic] courts. I have been informed indirectly that there has been 36[ La ____ a vogt] enbraced the covenant ...
  • Page 21

    Part of Letter to George A. Smith, 12 October 1850

    August 11th 1850 G A Smith Deer Sir I now resume my pen to finish my letter which I began one week ago Brother Thorn still continues ill but is gaining slowly I have not heard any thing from my family Since I left there which is a source of care and anxiety on my mind continualy if you have heard any information from them pleas comunicate the Same to me the earlyest opertunity I shall send by brother A Lyman sixty dollars with my ...