Edwin Dilworth Woolley

Edwin Dilworth Woolley (1807-1881) was born 27 Jun. 1807 in East Bradford Twp., Chester Co., Pennsylvania. He was the son of John Woolley and Rachel Dilworth. He married Mary Wickersham on 24 Mar. 1831. He was baptized 24 Dec. 1837. He and Wilford Woodruff were members of the Nauvoo Masonic Lodge and the Utah Territorial Legislature. He died 14 Oct. 1881 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah Territory.

Footnotes

Edwin Dilworth Woolley (KWN2-GPW), “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 7 Feb. 2022). Edwin Dilsorth Woolley, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/edwin-dilworth-woolley, accessed 7 Feb. 2022). Edwin Woolley, The Joseph Smith Papers (https://www.josephsmithpapers.org/person/edwin-woolley, accessed 10 Jan. 2022).

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  • Page 148

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    October 5, 1875 ~ Tuesday Oct 5 1875 I spent a part of the day in the Endowment House we Baptized 630. W Woodruff sealed 362 couple October 6, 1875 ~ Wednesday Oct 6, 1875 The same Annual Conference of the Church [FIGURE] of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Met in the New Tabernacle at 10 oclok Prayer By Joseph Young President Brigham Young then spoke 20 Minuts C ...
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    October 5, 1875 October 6, 1875 October 7, 1875 October 8, 1875 October 9, 1875
  • Page 245

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    April 6, 1877 Afternoon Prayer By John Taylor Joseph F Smith spoke one hour & 10 Minutes, John W Young 10 M[inutes]. April 7, 1877 ~ Saturday April 7. T. J. Jones Prayed C. C. Rich spoke 28 Minuts W Woodruff spoke 32 Minuts G Q Cannon 37 M[inutes] President Young said the purer the people are the more the Devel will rage, but the less Power the people will have to do ...
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    April 7, 1877 April 8, 1877 April 9, 1877 April 10, 1877
  • Page 334

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    June 15 1878 apologise to the audience for me because I stoped so adruptly and tell them I had not fainted but was exhausted I rolled over in my bed and heard the City Hall clock strike Twelve June 16, 1878 ~ Sunday June 16 sunday [FIGURES] I received a Letter from J. G. Bleak & wrote one to him to day & 29. I Attended Meeting in the Tabernacle E D Woolley spoke 30 M[inutes] W Woodruff 30 ...
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    June 16, 1878 June 17, 1878 June 18, 1878 June 19, 1878 June 20, 1878 June 21, 1878 June 22, 1878
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    Part of Letter to Aphek Woodruff, 16 May 1843

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    Nauvoo May 16th, 1843 Dear Father I have had it in my heart for a long time to write a Letter to you & express my feelings to you upon a few Items but I have delayed it untill the present time. Brother Wooley arived at Nauvoo last night. I called upon him this morning & Enquired concerning you & the family & he informed me that he stayed with you. I think one day & knight spoke of the situation & hea[l]th of
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    May 16, 1843
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter to Aphek Woodruff, 16 May 1843

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    I could do It more Effectually if you were in Nauvoo then in Farmington & I do not know that you have any Son that will render you assistance (should you need it) in the decline of life without I do it myself, & I think I can say from the heart that I have No desire to be liberated from the obligations which the Law of God, of Nature, & of Reason hath lade upon me towards our my Father & should your wants be within my reach I ...
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    Part of Letter from F. Merryweather, 4 March 1850

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    Cinti March 4th 1850 DrBrothers Haywood & Woolley Yours of the 23rd and 25th are both to hand I have ordered the Waggons two to be made by the Bro- thers Noe and one by Mr Painter they will all be ready by the time Bro Woolley arrives should you need them sooner there the 10th of April you had better drop me a line to that effect. As to the [Tea] if it would be safe I should like it if ...
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    March 4, 1850
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    Part of Letter from Joseph L. Heywood and Edwin D. Woolley, 19 December 1849

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    St. Joseph Mo. Dec 19th 1849 Elder W. Woodruff Dear Brother You may & you may not hear before this letter reaches you of our arrival in this Country having left G. S. L. City on the 18th Oct last in company with Four of the Twelve to wit Elder Taylor L. Snow E. Snow & F. D. Ricahrds who are also accompanied with other Brotheren on missions to various European Countries Your humble servants are honored with a business ...
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    December 19, 1849
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    Part of Letter from Joseph L. Heywood and Edwin D. Woolley, 19 December 1849

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    [power] & hope to have your company in crossing the Plains another season Very Respectfully Heywood & Woolley J. L. Hywood E. D Wooley P.S. Please inquire for us at B. F. Bakins Music Teacher Boston
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    Part of Letter from Joseph L. Heywood and Edwin D. Woolley, 19 December 1849

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    Messrs Haywood & Woolley Dec 19" 1849
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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young, 3 September 1850

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    one two or three days in advance of us A. O. Smoot, Heywood & Woolley & Edward Hunter are from 1 to 4 days in the Rear However Elder Stratton will give an account of them. At the commencement of our Journey Journey we Had some sickness in our company as was the case with all the company Herd from their was 7 deaths in our company 3 children, 2 woman 2 women & 2 Men, one of whch was