George P. Adams

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    Layton Nov 26th 1895 Dear President I received yours of the 30th Oct. I will indeavour tto make a true statement of my affairs to you and then leave it to your honor to decide what is best. I bought some land about five years ago also a water right I still owe over two Thousand Dollars on same. about two years later Adams & sons store burned down I owned six hundred Dollars in store. to start store again I was forced to borrow nearly three ...
    November 26, 1895
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    Geo. P. Adams Nov. 26 [18]95 and there seems no way at present to lower my indebtedness I hope to be able to pay all my debts in a few years God being my helper. these are the facts as near as I can state them. I feel to honour the priesthood but under existing circumstasnces I feel my family would be left in verry poor circumstances and it would distress them to raise the necessary funds to pay my expenc on my mission. I would lik to be released if it meets with ...