John Woodruff Freeman
Excerpt:May 1, 1867 we held a Meeting in the Evening Prayer by A M Musser A H Raleigh spoke 35 Minutes W Woodruff 25 G. A. Smith 25, John Taylor 7 Minutes E Snow dismissed we spent the night at Brother Haights May 2, 1867 ~ Thursday May 2nd A cold Winday day we rode to Kanarrah & Nooned then drove to Toquerville distance 36 Miles we travelled over a hard ...Dates:May 2, 1867 May 3, 1867 May 4, 1867 May 5, 1867
Excerpt:May 6, 1867 Prayer by W Woodruff G A Smith spok 30 M[inutes] W Woodruff 30 & J Taylor 27. He said that while we were made acquaintied with the Early principles we were not prepared to be saved with a full and complete salvation untill the sealeding for time and Eternity was revealed. untill that time No one had claim upon husband wife or child. G Q Cannon spoke 17 minutes A M Musser 10, John Squares 10. PresidentDates:May 7, 1867 May 8, 1867 May 9, 1867 May 10, 1867 May 11, 1867
Excerpt:September 17, 1864 ~ Saturday Sept 17, 1864 We left St George & drove to Washington & held a meeting at the bowery at 1 oclok O. Hyde, G. A. Smith John Taylor, & President Young Preached to the People. I spent the night at Woodruff Freemans. Washington has many Peach Orchards & some grape in it [blank] Miles September 18, 1864 ~ Sunday 18. Sunday We left Washington ...Dates:September 17, 1864 September 18, 1864 September 19, 1864 September 20, 1864
Excerpt:settle with Lot Smith but with a committee of his own choosing and said several times that he was perfectly satisfied with the settlement. Instead of his working all the time that he speaks of, he spent one whole summer on a visit to Utah took his wife and family and Lot Smith fitted him out with 4 yoke of large fat beef cattle and wagon for he said he wanted to bring some trees. He took the cattle to Silver Reef and let them out to work ...