Horace Sunderlin Eldredge

Horace Sunderlin Eldredge (1816-1888) was born 6 Feb. 1816 in Brutus, Cayuga Co., New York. He was the son of Alanson Eldredge and Esther Sunderlin. He was baptized in 1836. He married Betsy Ann Chase on 20 Jul. 1836 in Buffalo, Erie Co., New York. He served alongside Wilford Woodruff from 1838 to 1888. He died 6 Sep. 1888 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah Territory.

Footnotes

Horace Sunderlin Eldredge (KWJZ-WJ8), "Family Tree," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 6 Feb. 2022). Horace Sunderlin Eldredge, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/horace-sunderlin-eldredge, accessed 8 Feb. 2022). Horace Sunderlin Eldredge, The Joseph Smith Papers (https://www.josephsmithpapers.org/person/horace-sunderlin-eldredge, accessed 14 Jan. 2022).

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    Part of Letter from Horace Sunderlin Eldredge, 4 August 1853

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    fall and can probably give an account of his Steward Ship. I am happy to inform you that my health is verry good at present, hoping that you and Yours enjoy the like precious Blessing The Saints in general are in a healthy condition here both temporally & Spiritually Please Kindly remember me to your family and all others that may feel interested And believe me as ever Your Most Obedeant and Brother in the Covenant of Peace H. S. Eldredge W. Woodruff Esqr ...
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    Part of Letter from Horace Sunderlin Eldredge, 4 August 1853

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    H. S. Eldridge Aug 4th 1853
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    Part of Discourse 1856-04-07

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    MINUTES OF THE GENERAL CONFERENCE Of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints convened in the Bowery adjoining the north end of the Tabernacle, Great Salt Lake City, and commencing Sunday, April 6, 1856, at 10 a.m. [7 Apr, 2 pm*] [DNW 6:40, 4/9/56 p8] 2 p.m. The band played "Hail Columbia," and a march by Strauss. Congregation called to order by Prest. Grant. Choir sung, "Bring forth the royal diadem." Prayer by Elder W. Woodruff. Choir sun;g ...
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    Part of Discourse 1876-10-06

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    584 THE DESERET NEWS. OCTOBER 11 DESERET NEWS WEEKLY. TRUTH AND LIBERTY. WEDNESDAY, - OCT. 11. 1876. People's Ticket! FOR DELICATE TO CONGRESS, GEO. Q. CANNON. THE SEMI-ANNUAL CONFERENCE. FIRST DAY THE Forty-seventh [forty-sixth] Semi-Annual Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, con- vened this morning in the New Tabernacle, October 6th, 1876, at 10 o'clock. PRESENT ON THE STAND Of the First Presidency. -- Brig- ham Young, Daniel H. Wells ...
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    October 11, 1876
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    Part of Letter to Erastus Snow, 1 April 1857

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    fruit buds, many ready to burst into blooms. I think we will have a very fruitful season for fruit, grains and vegetables the ground is well soaked with water from the recent deep snows. The big cotton wood canal is nearly finished and will soon be ready to receive the water for irrigation, and loading the Granite for the Temple; there are now many stone-cutters at work around the Temple and we expect their numbers will be greatly increased after conference; it is pleasing music to hear the sound of ...
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    Part of Letter to Erastus Snow, 19 February 1878

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    2 seattles with the people here should an Agent as Bishop be appointed for this state We would recommend James G Bleak for that man as he is far better acquainted with the business and already has it in [flaye] Brother Mc- Allister is anxiously awaiting for our Answer about the Municipal Election of this City early in March I want to stay here untill the conference on the 16 of March and many other things I am trying to get all my endown ments that I ...
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    Part of Letter to William and Rachel Thompson Atkins, 12 September 1888

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    I have No News except what you get through the press if I had I have No time to write it you will see H. S. Eldridge is buried & his Will published but not very satisfactry to his first Children. We shall hold Confernce in S. L. City coming on the 5 Oct I may attend but cant say Now My Children all go to School Alice is begining to Learn Well Now she & her Mother are both well Now Bro
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    Part of Letter to William Atkin, 14 August 1888

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    3 Aug. 14. 1888 PRESIDENT S OFFICE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST. OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS. P. O. BOX B. Salt Lake U.T. ----188-- this season He has entered the Land as Minneral Land I should think he would do well next season there if he wey prepar, G. S. C. & D F S are both with me Now D. F. S. has just got able to get out but he has to lie down most of the time Well our ...
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    Part of Letter to William Atkin, 14 August 1888

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    and that one on the Note I binded Brother Eldredge yesterday He is Comeda by the Doctore to be at Deaths Doer He is a very sick Man & Doctors sey He cannot Live 7 suppers He is the richest Man in the Church but notes dont keep a Man alive My family are well & my own health is good at preat I have but 3 Arteward With Dugan my land 2 at Emma, one at Delights I sink no will at Emma 300 ...
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    Part of Discourse 1880-05-01

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    Pres. Woodruff addressed the Saint's and espressed his pleasure at present upon this occasion. Spoke of the great work of God in which we are engaged: made mention of the fullfilment of Prophecy and of the ripeness of the world for the judgements of the Almighty Elder H S. Eldrege. addressed the Saints and expressed his pleasure at being present upon this occasion and continued his remarks touching the universality of the Saints that no matter where we received the Gospel not the Country from which we hailed. Spoke of the good spirit that ...