Elizabeth Barker Bernhisel

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  • Page 122

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

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    March 30, 1856 ~ Sunday March 30th Sunday I attended at the Tabernacle the meeting throug the day & the prayer meeting in the evening March 31, 1856 ~ Monday to April 5, 1856 ~ Saturday March 31 to April 5th I spent this week ploughing & putting in wheat I finished putting in 14 1/2 Acres of wheat April 6, 1856 ~ Sunday April 6th 1856 Conference commenced in the Bowery [FIGURE] this morning at 10 oclok the minutes ...
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    March 30, 1856 March 31, 1856 April 5, 1856 April 6, 1856 April 7, 1856 April 8, 1856 April 9, 1856 April 12, 1856 April 13, 1856
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    Part of Letter to John Milton Bernhisel, 30 July 1856

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    July 30 Brothr ^Hon J. M.^ Bernhisel Dear Brother ^Sir^ Your Letter of April 7th has been has come to hand after taking a fishing tour Down the webber River for six weeks the Litle boy that was lost on fling into the Webber River was found by an Indian & it was brought to this city, so its contents were finally obtaned. Neither your family nor myself Receive any thing frm the Mill or Brothr Hawly we are both out of flour. I hve furn[i]s[h]ed Mr ...
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    July 30, 1856
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    Part of Letter to John Milton Bernhisel, 30 July 1856

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    again soon. Arrowpere Amen & othrs was with us on sunday all well with them. our settle◇t is bro◇ken up at Salmon River by the grasshoppers who have eaten up evry green thing, they will probably go there again when they make a [Ruin] of more provison. The Calafornia Mail came in last night & the Easten Mail is [expecting^d^] in evry hour, as it is but a few miles from us July 31st. The Mail came in last nght at 9 ock & b[ro]ught me your Letter of June ...
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    Part of Letter to John M. Bernhisel, 31 July 1856

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    Historian's Office G. S. L City. July 31st1856 Hon. J. M. Bernhisel Dear Ser, Your letter of April [4th] has come to hand after taking a fishing tour down the Heber River for six weeks; the letter bag that was lost or flung into the Heber River was found by an Indian, and it was brought to this City. Neither your family nor myself recieved any thing from the Mill, or bro Houtz: - we are both out of flour - I ...
    Dates:
    April 4, 1856 July 1, 1856
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    Part of Letter to John M. Bernhisel, 31 July 1856

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    had eaten poison, and been very poor, but was recruiting. He intended to get them up this fall and get up Sister Bernhisel's wood; if he does not do it, I shall get her wood up for her, or see that it is done. I think I can get along without making any draft upon you; the only push is now, as i have no money at present, and shall not have till I can sell some of my wheat or flour as soon as I can thrash it. It will not be long first. ...
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    Part of Letter to John M. Bernhisel, 30 August 1856

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    I penned a letter for I. F. Carter, containing the receipt of the money you paid Sanbon and Carter for me Sister Bernhisel presented me this morning with the bill of your City Tax ($15.80) which I shall pay Yours truly W. Woodruff P.S. Please acept my thanks for [doel] the U.S. Japan Expedition and other public Documents ...