John Orson Angus

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  • Page 252

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    May 16, 1877 I drank sweet Oil, No 6, and cayenne pepper tea which finally eased my distress there was quite a change came over my whole system in the Evening. I rested well through the night Br George Jarvis watched with me for several nights May 17, 1877 ~ Thursday 17 This is the first day I have steped out of Doors since my sickness commenced. I walked about a Block in the morning [FIGURE] I then got into a carriage in the morning and rode to the
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    May 17, 1877 May 18, 1877 May 19, 1877 May 20, 1877 May 21, 1877 May 22, 1877 May 23, 1877
  • Page 305

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    February 20, 1878 ~ Wednesday Feb 20 1878 I presided in the Temple and officiated as El we [FIGURES] gave Endowments to 244 the most Ever given I had 20 female & 5 Males got Endowments for my Dead, it being Brother MCAllisters Birth day. He had 34 Males and 72 Femals got Endowments for his dead ^106^. I took through the veil some 30 person, 90 Elders were ordained, 32 sealings there were 16 children sealed to parents WW sealed 4 children February ...
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    February 20, 1878 February 21, 1878 February 22, 1878 February 23, 1878 February 24, 1878 February 25, 1878 February 26, 1878
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from John D. T. McAllister to Wilford Woodruff and John Taylor, 21 September 1880

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    St George 21st Sept. 1880 Presdt John Taylor Wilford Woodruff Salt Lake Dear Brethren, Bro. John O. Angus died this morning at twenty five minutes past 3.o.clock. I have appointed Bro Charles L. Walker, Temporary door keeper of the Temple, until my return from Conference. I wish to talk with you before placing a man there permanently. I expect to be in the City the latter part of next week Your ...
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    September 21, 1880
  • Page 43

    Part of Journal (February 1880 – December 1885)

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    September 10, 1880 ~ Friday Sept 10, 1880 I dressed and walked out in the orchard the first time I have been out of doors since my sickness President Taylor called upon to day spent an an hour conversing about his visit with President Haye & wife September 11, 1880 ~ Saturday 11 [FIGURE] I spent the day in the House reading I received one letter from Bleak September 12, 1880 ~ Sunday 12 I spent the day in ...
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    September 10, 1880 September 11, 1880 September 12, 1880 September 13, 1880 September 14, 1880 September 15, 1880 September 16, 1880 September 17, 1880 September 18, 1880 September 19, 1880 September 20, 1880 September 21, 1880