Clitheroe, Lancashire, England

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  • Page 103

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1840 – December 31, 1840)

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    Er Thomas Smith rep the Church at Clithero 27 [M] 1 E. 3 P. Also the Church at Chatburn 84 M 1 E. 2 P. 2 T. 1 D. Also the Church at Dawnham ^Dunham^ 20 M 1 T. 1 D. Also the Church at Grindleton 5 M. Er Wm Clayton rep. the Church at Manchester 240 Members 2 E. 5 P. 4 T 1 D ...
  • Page 63

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    Locations By whom Represented Members Elders Priest Teachers Deacons Manchester P. P. Pratt 443 7 15 9 0 Clitheroe Conference H.C. Kimball 318 6 12 13 3 Preston Do P. Melling 675 11 15 13 3 Liverpool J. Taylor 190 9 8 4 3 Isle of Man Do Do 90 2 4 2 0 London Conference L. Snow 137 3 8 4 2
  • Page 25

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    was sick nigh unto Death we prayed with her & lade hands upon her & rebuked her sickness in the name of the Lord. In the evening we went to Tabernacle Square & Baptized 4 persons one was Mrs Albon Br James Albon's wife, we also confirmed her. Elder Kimball administered the ordinance of Baptism. He also received 4 letters which gave us information of the vast emegration of the Saints Elder Young said 235 go on one ship & ...
    Dates:
    February 9, 1841 February 10, 1841 February 11, 1841 February 12, 1841
  • Page 118

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

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    July 9, 1845~ Wednesday 9th I went to the office to day And attended to such temporal affairs as I had on hand [FIGURE] I recieved 3 letters 4 miles July 10, 1845 ~ Thursday 10th [FIGURE] I wrote 4 letters one to Br Player, one to Clithero, to Wm Miller & G. Slator I sent 1 & 2 Numbers of the 6 vol of the Times & Seasons Star ...
    Dates:
    July 9, 1845 July 10, 1845 July 11, 1845 July 12, 1845 July 13, 1845 July 14, 1845 July 15, 1845 July 16, 1845 July 17, 1845
  • Page 77

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

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    to the poor widows of the Parish there was 26 Dwellings & a small garden to each, their was An aged widow in each appartment The youngest was 60 years of age & the oldest was 87 years they appeared quite comfort- able. We spent the night with Mr Cottom 10 miles May 7, 1845 ~ Wednesday 7th We walked to Clithero then to Chatburn I walked through the street that the Apostle Heber Kimball walked through with his ...
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    May 7, 1845 May 8, 1845
  • Page 79

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

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    they fish, these flies are made of the feathers of birds some of various Colors the trout will often take them before the natural fly I was much gratifyed with this days fishing. we returned to Chatburn & Sister Parkinson cooked the troot for us which made a good meal we spent the night at Mr Parkinson 6 m May 9, 1845 ~ Friday 9th [FIGURE] I spent the day at Clithero at Sister Duckworth ...
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    May 9, 1845 May 10, 1845 May 11, 1845
  • Page 80

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

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    lovely people in my travels in the vineyard they are like angels innocent as lambs & like children I did not wonder Elder Kimball cried when he left them for I was so overwhelmed with the spirit & power of God & simplicity of the people I could scearcely speak I blessed one lovely child of Br & Sister Martha Hartley I kissed it when I gave it to its mother many were in tears, many bore their testimony of the work of God & others ...
    Dates:
    May 12, 1845
  • Page 86

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

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    May 22, 1845 ~ Thursday May 22 [FIGURES] I recieved three letters & wrote 4 letters one to H. Clark M. Holmes L Hardy & a woman enquiring about her son 4 May 23, 1845 ~ Friday 23rd [FIGURES] I wrote 5 letters to H. C. Kimball G. A. Smith J. M. Grant, E H. Davis & John Banks I sent the American Letters by a ...
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    May 22, 1845 May 23, 1845 May 24, 1845 May 25, 1845 May 26, 1845 May 27, 1845 May 28, 1845 May 29, 1845
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Maryan Emmett and Mary Douglas, 25 June 1845

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    Clithero June 23rd 1845 Dear brother in christ i now take up my pen to right to you hoping to find you in good health as it leaves me at pressent since you left us we boath ^have^ and maney Temptation and if we were to give way to them we soon ^shuld be^ over come i thing a great Deal of wat you said to me while you where h^e^ar at maney times i feel temted almost To give way the lord has hether too brought ^us^ we still feiel to ...
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    June 25, 1845
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Brigham Young from Wilford Woodruff and Heber C. Kimball, 23 January 1841

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    are butifull, and thare Perrade ground is grand, and very extenssive acres covered with cannon, one of the greates Arsnells in the known ^world^ they have a verry extensive ^duck yard^ thare is three thousand men implaied, fisting fore ware, fifteen hundred of them one convicts a miserable set of being, as I Ever said it is not so dence populated as London but here and there, and Extends here sevrel miles. I wish you could spend 2 or 3 days thare, you would be delited. there is quite a stur than more then there ...