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  • Page 15

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    I EMBRACE THE GOSPEL. your generation. There is no fruit of the church of Christ upon the earth. There is no man ordained of God to administer in any of the ordinances of the gospel of salvation upon the earth in this day and generation. But, in the next generation, I the Lord will set up my kingdom and my church upon the earth, and the fruits of the kingdom and church of Christ, such as have followed the prophets, apostles and saints in every dispensation, shall again be found in all their fullness upon the earth. You will ...
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 18 July 1840

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    her to her grave or to shed a tear for her but her Ma. and little Willford I have engaged brother Stephen Luce to make a little fence around her grave. I am now at brother Pettys writing verry near the graveyard. The brethren and sisters are verry kind. Brother Morris Phelps officiated at the grave and is to preach her funeral sermon next sabbath the 26th of july. While on the way to the grave I met with brother
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    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 2 July 1840

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    could not sit up to have my bed made, I was brought verry low in consequence of my situation little Sarah Emma was verry sick at the same time both of our lives were nearly dispaired of but through the mercy of God I got some better so that as soon as my house was called done I went into it, it had no door window or loft in it, and it was a hard matter for me to get it done any way they seamed unwilling to do it, I had ...
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 9 May 1840

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    out the church. Lest you may not get my letters I would just say that brother Ilus is married and sister Shuah expects to be soon. sister Rhoda Scammans has a young daughter 13 days older than my babe. brother Luther wants to come to the west but sister R does not. Did you know of the correspondence between brother Webster and sister Eunice I knew nothing of it untill he came here
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 25 October 1840

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    Montrose Lee County Iowa Terr. Oct. 25th 1840 My Dearest Willford I have just sent a full sheet to the office for you and think I will begin another now and keep a kind of a journal or sketch of times and things with me untill I hear from you again. Today we have had a good meet ing at father Clark’s where I live and just as meeting closed brother Smoot rode up to the door this is the first time. I have seen ...
    Dates:
    October 25, 1840
  • 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 136

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    July 22, 1856 ~ Tuesday 22nd [FIGURE] I wrote letters to John Luce, to A. Carrington, to Mrs Cunningham to Sister Browet total 4 letters I spent the day in the office President Young started this afternoon for big Cotton wood canyon Also H. C. Kimball. J. M. Grant is sick July 23, 1856 ~ Wednesday to July 24, 1856 ~ Thursday 23 & 24 Presidents
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    July 22, 1856 July 23, 1856 July 24, 1856 July 25, 1856 July 26, 1856 July 27, 1856 July 28, 1856 July 29, 1856 July 30, 1856 July 31, 1856 August 1, 1856 August 2, 1856 August 3, 1856
  • Page 240

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    March 8, 1870 ~ Tuesday March 8, 1870 Mrs Woodruffs Birth day ss 63 years old to day. I went to the Field & sowed with a Hand sower 10 Acres of wheat & was vary weary at night I also done some ploughing in the afternoon March 9, 1870 ~ Wednesday to March 10, 1870 ~ Thursday 9 & 10. I ploughed 2 1/2 acres & sowed 3 acres to wheat total 13. March 11, 1870 ~ Friday 11. A Hard ...
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    March 8, 1870 March 9, 1870 March 10, 1870 March 11, 1870 March 12, 1870 March 13, 1870 March 14, 1870 March 15, 1870
  • Page 195

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

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    January 28, 1846 ~ Wednesday 28th An exceding gloomy day constant gales & Head winds we do not gain any Are still beating the Channel opposite the Tuscan light House whare we have been for several days we came near Having A collision last night with an other ship the Henry Clay going into Liverpool, they ownly seperated as they passed A few feet of each other had the struck one or both would probably have gone down we are all seasick pitching And rocking so in the sea we have no Appetite for eating anything ...
    Dates:
    January 28, 1846 January 29, 1846
  • Page 232

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

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    it was quite A Busy day with me in the city getting such Articles As I neaded I Also bought An umbrella paid $2 for it. Father was quite unwell through the day with lameness in his hip we started for St Louis at 6 oclok April 7, 1846 ~ Tuesday 7th We Arived at Louisville And spent several hours we then passed over the falls & continued our journey It rained most of the day I wrote [FIGURE] ...
    Dates:
    April 7, 1846 April 8, 1846 April 9, 1846 April 10, 1846