John Druce

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  • Page 1

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    February 25, 1845 ~ Tuesday 25th I took the parting hand with Elders Sheets & Ure & many saints & left Bradford in Coach & rode to Brighouse 8 miles then took cars & roade to Manchester 34 miles stoped at Elder Druce No 6 Sandford Street Broughton Road Salford, & took dinner From thence to Br Sheldens 43 Lombard street Deansgate Br Flint ...
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    February 25, 1845 February 26, 1845 February 27, 1845
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    up his abode their whare he is made comfortable by the kind treatment of sister Shelden who is a worthy sister indeed February 18, 1845 ~ Tuesday 18th [FIGURE] I wrote a letter to Elder H. Clark I spent the fore part of the day at Br Sheldens. I visited Mr Thomas Holbrook at 37 Oxford Street Manchester his Lady is a saint at heart. ** In the afternoon in company with Elders
    Dates:
    February 18, 1845 February 19, 1845
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    April 4, 1845 ~ Friday 4th I took cars in the morning in company with Mrs Woodruff & rode to Manchester was met at the rail road by Elders Holmes Stratten & Ross I took up my abode with John Druce No 6 Sandford street Broughton road Salford I had an interview with a number of the Saints distance 30[m] April 5, 1845 ~ Saturday ...
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    April 4, 1845 April 5, 1845 April 6, 1845
  • Page 6

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    brought up again this morning to be finished it was organized with a President, Secretary, Treasurer, And 15 Directers its capitol was to be £30000 Pounds divided into 60000 shares at 10/ each, its object to esstablish manufacturery in Nauvoo or other parts of America, to enter into those branches of business that would require the least capitol & employ the most hands & bring the greatest Profit. (The whole organization is published in the 11 No of the 5 vol of the Mil Star). After this ...
  • Page 7

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    April 10, 1845 ~ Thursday April 10th I spent the day in company with the American Elders with whom I had been sitting in conference with. I enjoyed myself well with them although I was fatiegued with the labours of the conference. April 11, 1845 ~ Friday 11th I went through A Manchester Cotten Factory with some of the Saints April 12, 1845 ~ Saturday 12th In company with Elders Holmes, Davis ...
    Dates:
    April 10, 1845 April 11, 1845 April 12, 1845 April 13, 1845 April 14, 1845 April 15, 1845
  • Page 10

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    December 16, 1845 ~ Tuesday 16 I spent the day with the Saints in Manche- ster. And held A meeting in the evening & bid the Saints farewell. A good number of the Saints spoke we had a good time I dined with a number of the Elders at Br Sheldens & spent the Night at Br John Druces 6 miles December 17, 1845 ~ Wednesday 17th I took the parting hand with Elders D Johnes ...
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    December 16, 1845 December 17, 1845 December 18, 1845 December 19, 1845 December 20, 1845
  • Page 19

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    Brother Haven followed with interesting remarks in explaining the principles of repentance, by A figure. If A Mother set two little children at work, they should leave it & go to play & dirty their clothes And when the Mother came [she] find they had not done the work but been disobediant but promised forgiveness if they wo[uld] go wash their face change their closes [clothes] & do the work one goes & do as she is required the other follows her Mother & crys all day & pleads with her to forgive her. When ...
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    March 5, 1849 March 6, 1849 March 7, 1849 March 8, 1849 March 9, 1849 March 10, 1849 March 11, 1849 March 12, 1849
  • Page 20

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    March 13, 1849 ~ Tuesday [FIGURES] ^March 1849^ 13th I this day called upon Francis N Mitchell stone seal engraver, Die sinker &c, 15 Tremont Row, Boston, And searched A record entitled General Armoury of England By John Burnard Burke Heraldry (to find my coat of Arms which I found to be the following) Woodroffe or Woodruff Lord Mayor of London 1579 Poyle, Co Surrey). G U on a chev ar, Crest a Dexter ar three Bucks heads erased sa a Cheif perfess ...
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    March 13, 1849 March 14, 1849 March 15, 1849 March 16, 1849 March 17, 1849 March 18, 1849 March 19, 1849
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    was 76 Seventy six years, and 3 three days old this day that I baptized him, I have now baptized my Father Woodruff & Father in law Carter this is a great consolation to my soul, Father Ezra Carter sen was the son of Ezra Carter 84 years old, who was the son of Daniel Carter who was the son of Ezekiel Carter, His Mothers Name was Phebe Whitemore the Daughter of Elias Whitemore. Father ...
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    March 23, 1849 March 24, 1849 March 25, 1849 March 26, 1849 March 27, 1849 March 28, 1849 March 29, 1849
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    April 16, 1849 ~ Monday 16th I left Hornerstown & rode with two young men to Toms River our road lay through a level pine forest about 30 miles almost one universal sand bed, there is a small village in the midst of the pine forest called Manchester, I rode on a load of plank 3500 lbs drawn by 4 mules with wide tire yet they su[nk] into the sand over the felly which made hard travelling I calle[d] at Anthony Ivins ...
    Dates:
    April 16, 1849 April 17, 1849 April 18, 1849 April 19, 1849 April 20, 1849 April 21, 1849 April 22, 1849 April 23, 1849