Edson Whipple

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  • Page 10

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

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    August 8, 1867 ~ Thursday Aug 8, 1867. I met at the Prayer room at 8 oclok & I Anointed Edson Whipple & 4 living & 1 dead wife then held another Meeting & Anointed Deminicas Carter & 6 wives making 13 anointing in one day I went home & had an ague chill August 9, 1867 ~ Friday 89. I met at the prayer room & G. A. Smith Anointed James Baldwin & 2 wives ...
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    August 8, 1867 August 9, 1867 August 10, 1867 August 11, 1867 August 12, 1867 August 13, 1867 August 14, 1867
  • Page 17

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    March 1st 1849. I arose early while all nature was wraped in sleep And commenced writing in my Journal. I Also wrote A letter to Orson Pratt of Liverpool & one to Leanard Hardy. I recieved [FIGURES] A letter from L Hardy. I recieved A visit from Br Whipple, Br Haven, Br Boynton, I had A plesant visit with them Br Boynton had with him A model of A machine which he Had invented for cutting out soles for making shoes which is A ...
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    March 2, 1849
  • Page 18

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    many of the most Noble spirits that ever dwelt in flesh like Jesus and the Apostles have been meekly submitting to the ordimances of the gospel, and like little children have been subject to the Authority of the Holy Priesthood And have made evry sacrafize required and laboured day & night to build up Zion that the honest in Heart & the meek of the Earth may have A place to flee to in order to Escape the just judgment of ^that^ God whose rod is now suspendend in the Heavens and is about to ...
    Dates:
    March 3, 1849 March 4, 1849
  • Page 19

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    Brother Haven followed with interesting remarks in explaining the principles of repentance, by A figure. If A Mother set two little children at work, they should leave it & go to play & dirty their clothes And when the Mother came [she] find they had not done the work but been disobediant but promised forgiveness if they wo[uld] go wash their face change their closes [clothes] & do the work one goes & do as she is required the other follows her Mother & crys all day & pleads with her to forgive her. When ...
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    March 5, 1849 March 6, 1849 March 7, 1849 March 8, 1849 March 9, 1849 March 10, 1849 March 11, 1849 March 12, 1849
  • Page 19

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    January 12, 1850 ~ Saturday Jan 12th 1850 [FIGURE] I wrote 7 letter to J. Livingston, J. Luce T. Cartwright D. Turner, S. Wells D. Carter and J. Townsend I recieved two letter from [FIGURE] S. Wells & S. Tuttle January 13, 1850 ~ Sunday 13th Sunday I Preached in Cambridgeport January 14, 1850 ~ Monday 14th [FIGURES] I ...
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    January 24, 1849 January 12, 1850 January 13, 1850 January 14, 1850 January 15, 1850 January 16, 1850 January 17, 1850 January 18, 1850 January 19, 1850 January 20, 1850 January 21, 1850 January 22, 1850 January 23, 1850 January 25, 1850 January 26, 1850 January 27, 1850 January 28, 1850 January 29, 1850
  • Page 20

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    January 30, 1850 ~ Wednesday 30th I rode in company with M. C. Pevey to Peterboro & spent the night with J. C. Little I dined with Br Leonard Hardy 65 m January 31, 1850 ~ Thursday 31st I rode with Brother Pevey to see his Mother who was 84 years old but abot House quite smart I preached at night at Brother Leonard Hardy's to the saints 14 m
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    January 30, 1850 January 31, 1850 February 1, 1850 February 2, 1850 February 3, 1850 February 4, 1850 February 5, 1850 February 6, 1850 February 7, 1850 February 8, 1850 February 9, 1850
  • Page 17

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    June 17, 1850 ~ Monday 17th We Encamped on the Hill but the woods bushes & rattle snakes made it bad Herding Cattle June 18, 1850 ~ Tuesday 18th We spent the day on the Hill June 19, 1850 ~ Wednesday 19th We left Rattlesnake Hill & travelled 5 miles to A creek & camped for the night 6 miles June 20, 1850 ~ Thursday 20th I returned to Bethleham Bought some Articles & returned to camp 12 June 21, 1850 ~ ...
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    June 18, 1850 June 19, 1850 June 19, 1850 June 20, 1850 June 21, 1850 June 22, 1850 June 23, 1850 June 24, 1850 June 25, 1850 June 26, 1850 June 27, 1850
  • Page 19

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    Mrs Woodruff was also quite unwell, there is some sickness & death in all the camps we have heard from July 6, 1850 ~ Saturday 6th [FIGURE] Mrs Snow Mrs Snow of Cambridgeport was taken sick in the Afternoon with Diarhea took some Medicine called cholera Medicine & immediately grew worse & Died at 3 oolok at nig[ht] we travled 20 miles to day over A bad road on to the platt bott[om] & camped for the night by a slew. ...
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    July 6, 1850 July 7, 1850 July 8, 1850 July 9, 1850 July 10, 1850 July 11, 1850 July 12, 1850 July 13, 1850 July 14, 1850 July 15, 1850
  • Page 20

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    July 16, 1850 ~ Tuesday 16th After I got my oxen I drove 15 miles & camped on the Bank of the platt July 17, 1850 ~ Wednesday 17th Travled 25 miles & camped near plum creek July 18, 1850 ~ Thursday 18th Robert C Petty lost a child 6 month old it was buried in the morning July 19, 1850 ~ Friday 19th Travled 20 miles camped on the bank of ...
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    July 16, 1850 July 17, 1850 July 18, 1850 July 19, 1850 July 20, 1850 July 21, 1850 July 22, 1850 July 23, 1850 July 24, 1850 July 25, 1850 July 26, 1850 July 27, 1850 July 28, 1850
  • Page 3

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    with the first division & I would stop & mend up & keep some of the 2nd Division with me this council was heard by the first Division with great surprise they did not feel that they could leave me there was much feelings upon the subject August 5, 1850 ~ Monday 5th The first Division left according to my council though with great reluctance I spent the day at Ash Hollow mending waggons we had good cold spring water in this Hollow which was a great benefit to the ...
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    August 5, 1850 August 6, 1850 August 7, 1850 August 8, 1850 August 9, 1850 August 10, 1850 August 11, 1850 August 12, 1850 August 13, 1850