Eunice Hart Woodruff Webster

Eunice Hart Woodruff Webster (1821-1853) was born 19 Jun. 1821 in Farmington, Hartford Co., Connecticut. She was the daughter of Aphek Woodruff and Azuba Hart and a half-sister of Wilford Woodruff. She married Dwight Webster on 4 Aug. 1841 in Farmington, and they had two children; she and Dwight were married by Wilford Woodruff. She was baptized 1 Jul. 1838 in Farmington. She died 15 Jun. 1853 in Farmington.

Footnotes

Eunice Hart Woodruff (LH7W-DFM), “Family Tree”, database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 20 Feb. 2021). Eunice Hart Woodruff Webster, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/eunice-hart-woodruff-webster, accessed 5 Jan. 2022). Wilford Woodruff, “History of Wilford Woodruff From His Own Pen,” Latter-day Saints’ Millennial Star, vol. 27, no. 20 (20 May, 1865), p. 310. Lisle G. Brown, comp. Nauvoo Sealings, Adoptions, and Anointings (Salt Lake City: Smith-Pettit Foundation, 2006), p. 326, Dwight and Eunice Webster, 1 Jan. 1846. “Wilford Woodruff, History of Wilford Woodruff From His Own Pen,” Deseret News, 7 Jul. 1858, p. 1. 1850 US Census, Burlington, Des Moines, IA, p. 508, Eunice Webster. Woodruff Family Temple Record, 1898, p. 5, Eunice Woodruff, MS 14931, CHL.

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  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 30 September 1839

    Excerpt:
    Farmington Hartford County Ct Sept 30th 1839 My Dear Phebe In the midst of my Fathers family I once more take up my pen to convers with you a few moments. I have delayed writing longer than I should but I have been waiting for a letter from you I have had the greatest anxiety to hear from you & Sarah E. & the friends around you but as yet I have not had that privilege When I ...
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    September 30, 1839
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 30 September 1839

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    with peculiar feelings as I journied by land the places whare you suffered with your sickness [Eunice’s handwriting, Wilford’s words] with regard to crossing the Lake, we had a very tedious time of it. were caught in a line storm, and was in it 3 days on our way to Buffalo, at which place on the 13th we ^I^ took line boat for Albany, arrived at Albany on the 19th. during which time in consequence of the cold I took on the Lake with the crowded situation of the boat ...
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    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 30 September 1839

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    Farmington Oct. 1st. Dear Sister As Willford has reserved for me a page to fill, I will now cheerfully (tho’ in something of a hurry) seat myself to pen you a few lines. I recieved your Letter at the hands of my brother and was truly glad to hear from you, was sorry however to hear of the ill state of your health as also that of your family, but how it will soon be improved. Wilford as you are aware is quite unwell, and we feel as you write, much anxiety respecting ...
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    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 30 September 1839

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    Mrs Phebe Woodruff. Montrose Lee County Ioway Territory [stamp in red ink] FARMINGTON OCT 2 CT [stamp in red ink] MAIL 25 W. Woodruff farmington & Eunice Sept 30, 1839
  • Page 160

    Part of Journal (December 29, 1833 – January 3, 1838)

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    June 21, 1837 ~ Wednesday June 21st rode to Elder G Smith's distance 6 miles June 22, 1837 ~ Thursday 22nd Returned to Brother Benedict from thence to I walked in company with Francis K Benedict jr to beach hill in Colebrook, Litchfield County Cont here I had the happy privilege of again embracing my Sister Eunice Woodruff face to face we saluted each other with a harty shake of the hand {and ...
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    June 21, 1837 June 22, 1837 June 23, 1837 June 24, 1837 June 25, 1837
  • Page 161

    Part of Journal (December 29, 1833 – January 3, 1838)

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    June 26, 1837 ~ Monday June 26th I Took the parting hand with the saints in the Canaan Branch & walked to New Marlborough Berkshire County, Mass. in company with Elders J. H. Hale & D. Stillman. We preached at night in the schoolhouse spent the night at Mr Dan Nortons distance 4 miles June 27, 1837 ~ Tuesday 27th Walked to Mr Charles. D. Palmers Preached at night in the schoolhouse in the South Parish ...
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    June 26, 1837 June 27, 1837 June 28, 1837
  • Page 108

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    September 1, 1843 ~ Friday Sept 1st We walked to New Haven from thenc to Fair Haven & called upon Mr Smith Tuttle who would open doors for preaching we spent part of the day with him & returned to westville & preached at night at Br Frost to a small number we spent the night at Br Frost September 2, 1843 ~ Saturday 2nd We walked to New Haven & called ...
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    September 1, 1843 September 2, 1843 September 3, 1843
  • Page 109

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    after musing a while on past scenes with a mixture of pleasure & pain rather more pain than pleasure I returned to the house spent the day with the family & in the evening I preached to the people had a goodly number present, after meeting I Baptized two persons James Hooker & [blank] Smith & spent a plesant evening & another night under my Fathers roof September 4, 1843 ~ Monday 4th [FIGURE] I wrote two letters one to
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    September 4, 1843 September 5, 1843 September 6, 1843
  • Page 110

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    & eunice & Sister Mary who started for home in Farmington I stayed & spent the night in symsbury & preached in the evening in the school house, to a small congregation who gave good attention Aunt Cossett & family & Bulah was present & seemed to enjoy themselves well... A sad accident happened to James Camp & wife in Farmington on Saturday the 2nd Aug ...
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    September 7, 1843 September 8, 1843
  • Page 347

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    October 10, 1844 ~ Thursday 10th [FIGURES] I wrote 4 Letters to Nauvoo one to Dwight Webster sent him $10 dollars to pay my Taxes ^And for sister Eunice^. I sent one Letter to Sister Brown & sent her $2 dollar to pay her for her labour in assisting us. I wrote one letter to Br & sister Benbow, & one to Br Dexter Stillman, all included in ...
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    October 10, 1844 October 11, 1844 October 12, 1844