Heber Chase Kimball

Heber Chase Kimball (1801-1868) was born 14 Jun. 1801 in Sheldon, Franklin Co., Vermont. He was the son of Solomon Farnham Kimball and Anna Spaulding. He married Vilate Murray on 22 Nov. 1822. He was baptized 15 Apr. 1832. He was a missionary in England at the same time as Wilford Woodruff, and they corresponded regularly. He died 22 Jun. 1868.

Footnotes

Heber Chase Kimball (KWNP-GNM), "Family Tree," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 6 Feb. 2022). Heber Chase Kimball, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/heber-chase-kimball, accessed 10 Feb. 2022). Heber Chase Kimball, The Joseph Smith Papers (https://www.josephsmithpapers.org/person/heber-chase-kimball, accessed 17 Jan. 2022).

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  • Page 332

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    He will have a chance. The Presidency & Twelve will fill in Eternity those stations appointed them so with all men but I expect to remain on this Earth untill I am able to create a world of my own & people it the lord has given us rich portions of the Earth to inherit we have been driven from tim to time from there we now inherit a goodly land the best land on the Earth for vegitation & it will be good for fruit & the people of the Earth will yet ...
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    July 28, 1851 July 31, 1851 August 1, 1851 August 2, 1851 August 3, 1851 August 4, 1851 August 9, 1851 August 10, 1851 August 11, 1851 August 16, 1851 August 17, 1851 August 20, 1851 August 21, 1851 August 23, 1851 August 24, 1851
  • Page 333

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    so their is an atmosphere surrounds all persons which you feel when you meet with them, some persons atmosphere you light like others you do not with some you feel safe other you do not it is so in meeting with families. Jesus said when you go into a house let your peeace dwell upon it but if they do not receive you let your peacece return unto you again. This is true doctrin (let my atmosphere be good so that the spirit of God & good men may dwell with me in peace for that ...
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    August 25, 1851
  • Page 334

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    from Brother Azmons letter that he was in much sorrow he was baptised into the church of Jesus christ of latter day saints with myself the last of Dec in 1833 He was ordained an Elder and myself a teacher in the church under the Hands of Zerah Pulsipher Elizabeth my Brothers wife with the assistance of the Devil made war on my Brother & soon caused him to leave the church he has been in sorrow ever since with the help of the Lord ...
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    August 26, 1851 August 29, 1851 August 30, 1851 August 31, 1851 September 1, 1851 September 2, 1851 September 4, 1851 September 5, 1851 September 6, 1851 September 7, 1851
  • Page 339

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    it to the Congregation. Isn speaking to the Ladies said he hoped they would become a virtueous people he did not wish them to send the block of Marble unless they could do it in full fellowship with each of the seperate states composing the United States He had red some things casting reflections upon the United States Government concerning our persecutions but he would defend the government as long as he had an Tongue to speak or hand to lift and said the Government could not do any thing for us as they ...
  • Page 341

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    done it yet but it was time it was done. The Bishops are reproved they dont do their duty. N.H. Felt & John Banks was ordained Travelling Bishops. E. T. Benson J. M. Grant & O Hyde were set apart to go to Kanesville & gather out all the Saints in that region of country Samuel Richards was appointed to go to England. Willard Snow & A. O ...
  • Page 347

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    Faithful Bishops & you should feed the poor & do your duty untill the spirit of God rest upon you & you hold the keys of the Melechezedek priesthood of the Eternal God & the power of it rest upon you forever Brother Banks & Felt were Ordained under the hands of the Presidency. Afternoon prayer by A Cordon. H. C. Kimball says A Cordon is nominated to be a travelling [Bishop] carried unanimously He was ordained under the hands of ...
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    October 9, 1851
  • Page 367

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    March 12, 1852 ~ Friday to March 13, 1852 ~ Saturday 12 & 13 I spent the time at home March 14, 1852 ~ Sunday 14th Sunday I Preached at the Council House in the after noon & was followed By O Pratt & H. C Kimball we had the spirit of the Lord March 15, 1852 ~ Monday 15th I spent the day in the Council House with my Brethrn March ...
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    March 12, 1852 March 13, 1852 March 14, 1852 March 15, 1852 March 16, 1852 March 17, 1852 March 18, 1852 March 19, 1852 March 20, 1852 March 21, 1852 March 22, 1852 March 26, 1852 March 27, 1852 March 28, 1852 March 29, 1852 March 30, 1852 March 31, 1852 April 1, 1852 April 3, 1852
  • Page 368

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    Phila $200000 of Dollars loss A water spout destroyed 500 lives & much property Dredful Steem Boat Disasters & fires all over the country All Europe in commotion England preparing for war. warm times in Congress because the Utah Judges had gone home and made reports against the Judges Mormons Govornor Young & others April 4, 1852 ~ Sunday Sunday 4th In company with G A Smith I ...
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    April 4, 1852 April 5, 1852 April 6, 1852
  • Page 373

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    Himself we are on the stage of action & we have our part to act in this great work and I rejoice that we have a prt in the work and that it may roll on spedily is my Prayer April 7, 1852 ~ Wednesday April 7th House filled at an Early hour to overflowing conference opened at 10 ock. Singing & Prayer By Elder Sherwood President Young then said we shall take up the Authorietis of the ...
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    April 7, 1852
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    Expenditures Council House $45833.00 $2000.00 Store & Store House $50000.00 $3000.00 Livingston store 8000.00 Wm Store 4650.00 Old Bowery & Removing 3500.00 Blacksmith Shop 3500.00 Tabernacle 18500 Bath House 6600 Mint &c 3500 Making fencees 5000 1st Church farm 15000 1000 Paid for City Lots 15655.97 1630 4500 Deserett Potery 7200 New Office 500 ...