Levi Ward Hancock

Levi Ward Hancock (1803-1882) was born 7 Apr. 1803 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts. He was the son of Thomas Hancock III and Amy Ward. He married Clarissa Reed on 20 Mar. 1831. He was baptized 16 Nov. 1830. He served alongside Wilford Woodruff as a President of the Seventy. He died 10 Jun. 1882.

Footnotes

Levi Ward Hancock (KWJZ-DLC), "Family Tree," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 6 Feb. 2022). Levi Ward Hancock, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/levi-ward-hancock, accessed 9 Feb. 2022). Levi Ward Hancock, The Joseph Smith Papers (https://www.josephsmithpapers.org/person/levi-ward-hancock, accessed 17 Jan. 2021).

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  • Page 156

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    After singing & prayer The meeting was addressed by Daniel D Mcarthur James McGaw, Elder France, & David Grant, & W C Dunbarson then S. W Crandle & D. D. Mcarthur spoke followed by a song from Dunbar followed by N. H. Felt with a spirited address, followed with the cricket song by J. D. T. Mc'allister. Benediction by D Spencer Met at 2 P.M. President Kimball called ...
  • Page 157

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    the people to sleep & to Hell you are guilty of some great sins either of commission or omission have committed Adultery or some great sins & you ought to be droped. Brother Harriman might preach a month then you might put it all in the Eye of a Cambrick Needle & there would be as much room in it as there would be for a bulfrog in the Atlantic ocean. Albert P Rockwood if you would preach the people to sleep then to Hell you are asleep ...
  • Page 341

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

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    July 7, 1872 ~ Sunday July 7, 1872 I took cars in the morning rode to Sandy Station south then Rode in a waggon to fort Harriman & held a Meeting with the people Issac Grow spoke 35 M, Brother Teasdal 25 M Afternoon Br McAllister spoke 28 Br Smith 20 & W Woodruff 40 Minutes. we then rode to the Love Dale Station & Returned to Salt Lake City 50 M I received a letter from Col
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    July 7, 1872 July 8, 1872 July 13, 1872 July 14, 1872 July 15, 1872 July 17, 1872 July 18, 1872 July 19, 1872 July 20, 1872 July 21, 1872
  • Page 27

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

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    April 6, 1866 ~ Friday April 6, 1866 The general Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Day Saints met in the Tabernacle at 10 oclok H C Kimball prayed E T Benson spoke 60 minutes G. Q. Cannon spoke 15. Afternoon Prayer By G. Q. Cannon Joseph Young spoke 30 minutes D. H. Wells 50 minutes, G. A. Smith 10 minutes April 7, 1866 ~ Saturday 7. Singing Prayer ...
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    April 6, 1866 April 7, 1866 April 8, 1866 April 9, 1866 April 10, 1866 April 11, 1866 April 13, 1866 April 14, 1866 April 15, 1866 April 16, 1866 April 18, 1866
  • Page 42

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

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    Oct 8, 1866 Had Authority to seal any one in the church but myself if He should die. Afternoon Prayer by D Evans Joseph Young spoke 60 minutes Levi Hancock John Young spoke in the power of God & Blessed the people & Conference adjourned till the 6 day of Next April October 9, 1866 ~ Tuesday 9. I spent the time in the Endowment House we gave Endowments to 67. H ...
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    October 9, 1866 October 10, 1866 October 12, 1866 October 13, 1866 October 14, 1866 October 15, 1866 October 19, 1866 October 20, 1866 October 21, 1866 October 22, 1866 October 27, 1866 October 28, 1866 October 28, 1866 October 29, 1866
  • Page 141

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

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    July 27, 1868 ~ Monday to July 29, 1868 ~ Wednesday July 27, 1868 27 28 & 29. I spent my time cutting wheat & putting it up it is vary remarkable that I have had 10 to 15 Boshels of Grass hopper to the Acre on my wheat for some two months & now I am cutting wheat which will yield 40 bushels to the acre July 30, 1868 ~ Thursday 30. I spent the day weeding out squashes & potatoes. July 31, 1868 ~ Friday 31. I ...
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    July 27, 1868 July 30, 1868 July 31, 1868 August 1, 1868 August 2, 1868 August 3, 1868 August 4, 1868 August 6, 1868 August 7, 1868 August 8, 1868 August 9, 1868 July 29, 1869
  • Page 147

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

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    August 23, 1868 ~ Sunday Aug 23, 1868 Sunday The sunday school Children met at 8 oclok & was addressed By President Young there was a large Number present Meeting opened at 10 oclok Prayer By C. C. Rich John Taylor spoke ^one hour^ 15 M, G. Q. Cannon 61 minuts Afternoon Prayer By J. F. Smith Sacrament Administered L Snow spoke 24 M, C. C. Rich 18 G. A. Smith 22 President Young 48 ...
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    August 23, 1868 August 24, 1868 August 25, 1868 August 26, 1868 August 28, 1868 August 29, 1868 August 30, 1868
  • Page 190

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

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    January 30, 1849 ~ Tuesday 30th I went to Boston And bought A coking stove paid $12. January 31, 1849 ~ Wednesday 31st [FIGURE] I wrote two letters one to Samuel Brannan & [FIGURE] one to James Fergeson to send by the hand of A. Badlam who is About to start for the bay of San Francisco I Also wrot Elder Allexander ^B.^ two recommends one to Samuel ...
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    January 30, 1849 January 31, 1849 February 1, 1849 February 2, 1849
  • Page 143

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

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    April 6, 1848 ~ Thursday CONFERENCE Of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints held at the Log Tabernacle Potawatame County Ioway April 6th 1848 Conference organized at 11 oclok O Hyde appointed President After the organization there was an intermission of one hour conference then opened by singing and prayer by O Hyde who also addressed the meeting & remarked that a first Presidency had been appointed but wished it sustained by the Conference O Hyde moved that Brigham Young be the ...
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    April 6, 1848
  • Page 30

    Part of History – The History of Zion's Camp

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    (who stood in the door of a cabnit shop) that he had counted a little rising of five hundred men, and he could not tell how many there were. This thing was attempted many times in villages and towns, as we passed through, and the people were never able to ascertain our number. We traveled twenty four miles, crossed the Illioniois river at Phillips ferry and encamped on the west bank. This morning we sent, brother Luke Johnson to ascertain the feelings of the people, and report to us, the country we passed ...
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    June 3, 1834