James R. McGaw

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  • Page 153

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

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    President Young then baptized the following persons Joseph Young D. H. Wells A. Carrington L. W. Hardy J. C. Little & Gilbert Clements & was mouth in confirming them all except D. H. Wells. H.C. Kimball spoke upon his head, this made 10 persons which President Young Baptized & confirmed. * Heber C Kimball then baptized President Brigham Young & confirmed him & said (J. M. Grant also laid on ...
    Dates:
    October 3, 1856 October 4, 1856
  • Page 156

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

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    After singing & prayer The meeting was addressed by Daniel D Mcarthur James McGaw, Elder France, & David Grant, & W C Dunbarson then S. W Crandle & D. D. Mcarthur spoke followed by a song from Dunbar followed by N. H. Felt with a spirited address, followed with the cricket song by J. D. T. Mc'allister. Benediction by D Spencer Met at 2 P.M. President Kimball called ...
  • Page 293

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    Feb 27, 1871 I attended the Meeting of the Stock Society at the City Hall in the Evening February 28, 1871 ~ Sunday 28. I spent the day writing & choring I took down 15 stand of Bees to the depo sto send to Ogden 5 stands were to go to Lorenzo Snow at Brigham City In the Evening I called at Brother A. O. Smoots Sister Smoot informed me that a Sister
    Dates:
    February 27, 1871 February 28, 1871 March 1, 1871 March 2, 1871 March 3, 1871 March 4, 1871 March 5, 1871 March 6, 1871 March 7, 1871 March 8, 1871 March 9, 1871 March 10, 1871 March 11, 1871
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to John Milton Bernhisel, 30 September 1856

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    Historian's Office, G. S. L. City September 30th 1856. Hon. J. M. Bernhisel, Dear Sir, I write to say that your wagon and three yoke of oxen and goods all came safe. I think Bro Millett has taken great pains to do well and get the cattle through. He and his wife have walked all the way, nearly. One of the oxen was sickly: They were delivered to Brothers Richards and Cain, and I suppose they ...
    Dates:
    September 30, 1856
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to Orson Pratt, 4 November 1856

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    Historian's Office, G. S. L. City November 4th 1856 Dear Brother O. Pratt Although it is the 4th of November the Eastern mail has not arrived, and thinking the California mail would be safer than the Eastern, under McGraw and Co. we write you by it. On the 4th ult. Elders Franklin D. Richards, Joseph A. Young, William H. Kimball, George D. Grant, Daniel Spencer, John Van Cott,
    Dates:
    November 4, 1856
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to the Editor of the Western Standard, 4 October 1856

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    opposite Prest. Young's buildings. On the 29th. Ult we had a general muster and inspection of the Nauvoo Legion. Lieut. Gen. Wells and his staff received the troops, after which a hollow square was formed and the Lieut. Gen. delivered an animating address to the troops, which was well sustained by the officers of his staff and chaplain. We have had much excellent preaching lately by the First Presidency and others. Prest. Young has come out boldly and told this people in the name of the Lord, they ...