Jesse Wentworth Crosby

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  • Page 192

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

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    May 27, 1869 it was Hard to put him under the Influence of cloriform & hard to come out of it Presidt Young Came a short time But his leg was taken off when he got there. It has stoped Raining & cleared up to day I wrote a letter to Wilford [FIGURE] May 28, 1869 ~ Friday 278. [FIGURE] I wrote a letter to A. O. Smoot we got a letter from [FIGURE] Susan I went to the ...
    Dates:
    May 28, 1869 May 29, 1869 May 30, 1869 May 31, 1869 June 1, 1869 June 2, 1869
  • Page 97

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

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    Sept 10th 1867 if he kept the Celestial Law. September 11, 1867 ~ Wednesday 11th we left Franklin at 5 oclok & drove to the foot of the Mountains & Nooned, we then most of us walked up the Mountain & rode down to Liberty & took supper with Solomon Hale & E N Austin Brother Hale had done a great deal of work in that place in making Improvements. we then drove to
    Dates:
    September 11, 1867 September 12, 1867 September 13, 1867 September 14, 1867 September 15, 1867
  • Page 99

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

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    September 21, 1867 ~ Saturday Sept 21, 1867 I spent a part of the day in the Endowment House we gave Endowments to 13. H. C. Kimball sealed 1, W Woodruff 17 Wm Jenkings & wife received their seconed Anointings. September 22, 1867 ~ Sunday 22nd Sunday I met with my Quorum in the morning attended Meeting at the Bowery. Prayer By Wm W Phelps J W Crosby ...
    Dates:
    September 21, 1867 September 22, 1867 September 23, 1867 September 27, 1867 September 28, 1867 September 29, 1867 September 30, 1867 October 1, 1867 October 2, 1867 October 3, 1867 October 4, 1867 October 5, 1867 October 6, 1867
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Alvin Carl Crosby, 19 December 1891

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    Moapa, Lincoln Co. Nev. Dec. 19th 1891. President Wilford Woodruf. Dear Brother Yours dated Nov. 20th was duly received and in reply will say. As to my going on a Misson to Switzerland or Germany. I have several reasons to state, that do not seem very favorable to my going. Although I feel it a duty required of me, and every Elder in Israel, to respond to a a call of that kind, and go, unless they have sufficent good reason, that would keep them ...
    Dates:
    October 19, 1891
  • Page 423

    Part of Journal (February 1880 – December 1885)

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    Feb 7, 1885 We saw many Geese & Duck we passed over the Virgin Hill the hardest Hill I Ever passed with a waggon Except at Lees Ferry we found one place that was 3 feet perpendicular rock we had to take the Horses of[f] the carriage and Jump the Horses up & roll the carriage up by hand we then crossed the Ranch 12 mile to Overton on the Muddy. This is in Nevada which our Brethren left many years ago ...
    Dates:
    February 9, 1885 March 8, 1885
  • Page 105

    Part of Journal (February 1880 – December 1885)

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    March 27, 1881 ~ Sunday March 27, 1881 Sunday we Met at 10 oclok Home Missionaries were Presented Edward Dalton was chosen first councillor to Br Jones. B Yg spoke 35 Minuts Br Whitehead 20 M W Woodruff 45 M Afternoon Prayer By E Dalton Henry Lunt spoke 24 M Br Crosby 5 M, J D T McAllister 30 M, W Woodruff 30. W W set apart Thomas J Jones as President of the ...
    Dates:
    March 27, 1881 March 28, 1881 March 29, 1881 March 30, 1881 March 31, 1881 April 1, 1881 April 2, 1881
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Samuel C. Brown, 17 January 1894

    Excerpt:
    Monroe Utah Jan 17 1894 President Wilford Woodruff Dear Sir i Samuel C Brown wish to confer with your Honor, in Regards to the Redemption of zion. i desire Now to go forth in the greate Worke for i Say unto you in the Name of Jesus Christ that zion Will flourish upon the Hills of Adam on diahman, and will yet be Established in the apointed Place and her Laws Shall go forth as Briteness i feel to Say Hosanna Blessed Be the Name of the Most High God, for this day ...
    Dates:
    January 17, 1894