Kaysville, Davis County, Utah Territory

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    Part of Letter from Orrin H. Randall, 18 February 1889

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    Feb 18 [18]89 Orrin H Randall Kaysville Red Feb 23 [18]89 Accepts Mission
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    Part of Letter from Charles Cottrell Jr., 15 April 1890

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    Charles Cottrill Jr 15 April 1890. Kaysville Utah April 15th 1890 Pres. Wilford Woodruff Dear Brother Your letter of the 11th calling me to take a mission to Great Britain, at hand. Regarding my feelings in relation to the call. I will say I am willing to perform my duty in any calling, and will go to Great Britain and perform my mission to the best of my ability God being my helper. I will select the 4th of ...
    Dates:
    April 15, 1890
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    Part of Letter from George V. Stevenson, 22 August 1889

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    Kaysvill Aug 22 [18]89 Prestd Wilford Woodruff Dear Brother Yours of Aug 15 stateing my name had been accepted as a missionary to Grate Brition was duley recived my diserse is to ever by ready to respond to the call of the Pristhood and all being well will endeavour to be redy to leave with the Company that startes Oct 16th Trusting this will be Satisfactory I remain your Bro in the Gospel Geo V Stevenson I cheerfully endorse the above P. Barton ...
    Dates:
    August 22, 1889
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    Part of Letter from George V. Stevenson, 22 August 1889

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    Aug 22 [18]89 Geo. V. Stevenson Kaysville Rcd aug 29 [18]89
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    Part of Letter from James H. Cook, 20 April 1890

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    Kaysville Davis Co. April 20. 1890 Pres Wilford Woodruff Dear Brother; In answer to the call made on me as a missionary to the Southern States, I will say, I have no reasonable obstacle to hinder me from going although I do not feel qualified. I would much rather have been called to Great Britain, as my parents and all my relatives on both my father and mother's side are scotch. One reason for rather going there is to get the genealogy of my ancestors If it meets with ...
    Dates:
    April 20, 1890
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    Part of Letter from James Smith, 15 April 1890

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    Kaysville Utah Ap 15th 1890 President Wilford Woodruff Dear Bro. Your letter of the 11th at hand. Regarding my feelilngs with regard to taking a mission to Great Britain, I can say I am perfectly willing and will be preparid to leave on the 4th of June provided my business does not detain me. Last winter my sheep were illegally taken from me from off the public domain, and put into the estray pound by the Pomontory Stock Company. My sheep were ...
    Dates:
    April 15, 1890
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    Part of Letter from James T. Walker, 19 April 1890

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    Kaysville April 19th 1890 Prest W. Woodruff Salt Lake City Dear Bro Yours of the 16th inst notifying me of the acceptance of my name as a missionary was duly received In answer would say that I will endeavour to the best of my ability and with the help of the Almghty to respond to the call, and will be in Salt Lake May 13th the day previous to the time appointed for departure With kind regards I remain your Bro in the Gospel ...
    Dates:
    April 19, 1890
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    Part of Letter from John M. Whitaker, 16 April 1890

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    OFFICE OF JOHN M. WHITAKER, General Secretary and Treasurer of the Seventies. 47 South, First West Street. Salt Lake City, Utah, April 16th, 1890 President Wilford Wooruff and Councillors. Dear Brethren: I am directed by the First Council of Seventies to lay the following facts before you for your consideration and action: On March 5th of this year we sent you a list of 15 names recommednded, to us as worthy and prepared to go on missons by the first of April. With this recommendation, we forwarded to you ...
    Dates:
    April 16, 1890
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    Part of Journal (February 1880 – December 1885)

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    Dec 6, 1882 [FIGURES] of Moancoppy. He had Baptized 27 Lamanites of late and Messengers had appeared to one of them a lame Man and told him there soon would be a great war all over the Land Except in Zion said they must all be Baptized and work with the Mormons said there would soon be a great famine there would be a good crops with the Mormons for three years then times would be worse & worse throughout the Land. I wrote an Answer to Br Christianson [FIGURE] ...
    Dates:
    December 7, 1882 December 8, 1882 December 9, 1882
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    Part of Journal (February 1880 – December 1885)

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    Dec 14, 1882 with the Americans. They say they do not hear the Mormons sware, and get Drunk and fight and abuse them as the Americans do. there is a good Many more of them visiting us than usual [FIGURE] I dedicated the Prayer Circle room at Kayesvill on Sunday Dec 10. 14 [FIGURE] I wrote Letters to Bishop Farrill, Sarah, Bleak, & spent most of the day in writing I met a party at Nicholas Gorosesback his ...
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    December 15, 1882 December 16, 1882 December 17, 1882 December 18, 1882