Elizabeth Barber Pierce DeGarmo Woodruff

Elizabeth Barber Pierce DeGarmo Woodruff (1801-1891) was born 8 Apr. 1801 in Berkshire Co., Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Samuel Pierce and Deborah Butler. She married Peter DeGarmo on 18 Aug. 1831 in New York; widowed in 1862. She married Azmon Woodruff, a brother of Wilford Woodruff, on 7 Jan. 1871. She died 3 Nov. 1891 in North Columbia, Herkimer Co., New York.

Footnotes

Elizabeth Barber Pierce (KWVP-M93), “Family Tree,” FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 11 Mar. 2021). Elizabeth Barber Pierce DeGarmo Woodruff, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/elizabeth-barber-pierce-degarmo-woodruff, accessed 10 Feb. 2022). 1850 US Census, Parish, Oswego County, NY, p. 8, Elizabeth B. Degarmo. 1855 US Census, Parish, Oswego County, NY, p. 6, Elizabeth B. Degarmo. Archibald F. Bennett, The Lineage of Wilford Woodruff, vol. 22, no. 1 (Apr. 1931), p. 60. “U.S. International Marriage Records, 1560-1900,” database, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com, accessed 11 Mar. 2021), Azmon Woodruff and Elizabeth Degarnia. 1880 US Census, Farmers, Salt Lake County, UT, ED 54. p. 31, Elizabeth Woodruff. “Elizabeth Pierce DeGarmo,” Oak Hill Cemetery, Herkimer, Herkimer County, NY; Find A Grave, 10 Apr. 2012, memorial no. 88337080 (https://findagrave.com, accessed 12 Mar. 2021).

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  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to Asahel H. Woodruff, 7 July 1837

    Excerpt:
    Farmington, Hartford, county Connecticut, in company with Aphek & Azubah Woodruff in the front room of a house built upon the bank of the farmington river which room is decorated by historical charts, Atlass, portraits, paintings, &c &c whare Aphek Woodruff & his family have spent many of his former years which have gone gone forever JULY 7th 1837 Asahel H. Woodruff. Beloved & Affectionate Brother It is under peculiar circumstances & amid peculiar feelings that I take up my pen to once ...
  • Page 125

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

    Excerpt:
    May 25 1875 I spent the day at work May 26, 1875 ~ Wednesday 26. I spent the day in the Endowment House there was 290 Baptized and confirmed W Woodruff sealed at the Altar 46 couple & D. H. Wells 2 couple May 27, 1875 ~ Thursday to May 29, 1875 ~ Saturday 27, 28 & 29 I spent the time weading out my wheat I returned to the city and Attended Meeting with the Board of the
    Dates:
    May 26, 1875 May 27, 1875 May 29, 1875 May 29, 1875 May 30, 1875 May 31, 1875 June 1, 1875
  • Page 127

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

    Excerpt:
    June 12, 1875 ~ Saturday June 12 1875 I attended a Meeting of the board of Ag. in the Evening we Administered to G. A. Smith who is slory [slowly] recovering from his dangerous sicknes Br Azmon finished diging his suller to day. June 13, 1875 ~ Sunday 13. Sunday I met with the Twelve in the Evening for prayer June 14, 1875 ~ Monday 14. I[FIGURE] I went to the Endowment House we gave Endowments ...
    Dates:
    June 12, 1875 June 13, 1875 June 14, 1875 June 15, 1875 June 16, 1875 June 17, 1875 June 18, 1875 June 19, 1875 June 20, 1875 June 21, 1875
  • Page 176

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

    Excerpt:
    June 22 Emma Smith Woodruff for 62, Emma M Woodruff 106, Sarah B Foss for 21, ESarah Elizabeth Foss Fox 33, Rhoda H Richards 25, Elizabeth Pierce 40 Ida Foss Woolly 93, & Sarah Elizabett Richards 32 I then Returned home and went to the field & back 6 [miles] 23I sealed 2 dead women to my Brother Azmon Woodruff Harriet Cole &
    Dates:
    June 23, 1876 June 24, 1876 June 25, 1876 June 26, 1876 June 27, 1876 June 28, 1876 June 29, 1876 June 30, 1876
  • Page 327

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

    Excerpt:
    June 11, 1878 to eat or drink. Prizes were distributed as follows to Catherine Wilson the oldest person 96 years of age Then Wm Wild 95. Also to 54 person femals who had Yoked & unyoked 2 yoke of Oxen & driven them across the plains. Also to 5 oldest persons who had drawn a hand cart across the plains The next prizes were to old Ladies who had 20 childn & Ann Moses 65 years of age married 50 years ...
    Dates:
    June 12, 1878 June 13, 1878
  • Page 354

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

    Excerpt:
    December 15, 1878 ~ Sunday Dec 15 1878 Sunday I Rode to Logan with Bishop Roskelly & held a Meeting in the New Tabernacle Prayer By Milton D Hammand W Woodruff spoke one hour & 15 M[inutes] to a large congregation at the close of the Meeting we returned to Smithfield & held a Meeting in the Evening W. Woodruff spoke one hour & Bishop Roskelly 10 Minuts 18 M[iles] December 16, 1878 ~ Monday 16 ...
    Dates:
    December 15, 1878 December 16, 1878 December 17, 1878 December 18, 1878 December 19, 1878 December 20, 1878 December 21, 1878 December 22, 1878 December 23, 1878 December 24, 1878 December 25, 1878 December 28, 1878 December 29, 1878
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter to Emma Smith Woodruff, 25 November 1876

    Excerpt:
    be so long without seeing my wives & Children I pray for you evry day. It is the first time almost in my life since I have been a man that I have had a month of leasure I have wished I could have spent a part of it with Asahel helping him do his work. I am Enjoying good health, eat Herty & sleep well. I am at home occasionally in my sleep, but wake up in St George. I hope the Children will go to school what they can ...
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to Asahel Hart Woodruff, 22 May 1877

    Excerpt:
    St George May 22, 1877 Dear Son Asahel How do you get along I would be glad to hear from you and know what you are doing, and how the crops look. How are the bees doing, and how is the Strawbury bed, and orchard, how high is the wheat, how much is sown, How is your Mothers health, and the children How is uncle Azmon & Elizabeth, does the watter damage his lot this spring, This county is much ...
    Dates:
    May 22, 1877
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Emma Smith Woodruff, 10 February 1877

    Excerpt:
    Duncan D. McArthur as the Church boarding House was broaken up I have a good comfortable place good bed, Bedroom, and fire by myself, but I do not spend much time in it ownly when I am in bed my days are spent in the Temple, & my nights Either in prayer meetings, or at president Youngs Brigham Jun and his wife Lizzy has started for salt Lake this Morning this wil Leave president Young still more Lonesome so I will have to spend ...
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter to Emma Smith Woodruff, 22 January 1877

    Excerpt:
    learned in the sealing Ceremony so as to wash in the Departing, President Young is now getting better, able to wash some without his cruches I think He will soon be with us in the Temple Sister Hiram Kimball, Sister Grant, & Brother & Siste Townsend are here they pretend to say they never saw me look so well in there homes as I do now, but I expect this is some flatery. I want to have you take care of this letter, & not ...