Lewis Alling (Allen) (abt. 1801-1877) was born about 23 Feb. 1801 in Hamden, New Haven Co., Connecticut. He was the son of Charles Alling and Mary Wolcott. He married Louisa Munson on 18 Sep. 1838 in New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut. He was a childhood friend of Wilford Woodruff; was visited by him on 2 Sep. 1842 and 30 Apr. 1849 in New Haven; and visited him from 10 to 13 Apr. 1842 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois. He died 4 Sep. 1877 in New Haven.
Lewis Alling (M2FT-52P), “Family Tree,” database, <i>FamilySearch</i> (https://familysearch.org, accessed 25 May 2023). Lewis Alling, <i>Wilford Woodruff Papers</i> (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/lewis-alling, accessed 25 May 2023). "Records of births, marriages, and deaths, 1639-1902 ; indexes to births, marriages, and deaths, 1639-1914," database with images, <i>FamilySearch</i> (https://familysearch.org, accessed 24 May 2023); Lewis Alling, death, 4 Sep. 1877, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut, p. 70; citing New Haven (Connecticut), Registrar of Vital Statistics, image 334/740; DGS 7731217. "Connecticut, U.S., Wills and Probate Records, 1609-1999," database with images, <i>Ancestry.com</i> (https://ancestry.com, accessed 24 May 2023); Charles Alling, 1816, Farmington, Hartford Co., Connecticut, file no. 18; citing “Connecticut County, District and Probate Courts." "New Haven (Conn.) probate records, 1647-1916," database with images, <i>FamilySearch</i> (https://familysearch.org, accessed 24 May 2023); Noah Wolcott, 29 Mar. 1803, Hamden, New Haven Co., Connecticut, p. 186, 252; citing Connecticut, Probate Court (New Haven District), images 107, 140/488; DGS 7626750. "Vital records of New Haven, 1649-1850," database with images, <i>FamilySearch</i> (https://familysearch.org, accessed 25 May 2023); Lewis Allen and Louisa Munson, marriage, 18 Sep. 1838, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut, p. 595; citing Order of the Founders and Patriots of America, Connecticut Society, image 599/603; DGS 7407482.
Excerpt:September 1, 1843 ~ Friday Sept 1st We walked to New Haven from thenc to Fair Haven & called upon Mr Smith Tuttle who would open doors for preaching we spent part of the day with him & returned to westville & preached at night at Br Frost to a small number we spent the night at Br Frost September 2, 1843 ~ Saturday 2nd We walked to New Haven & called upon ...Dates:September 1, 1843 September 2, 1843 September 3, 1843
Excerpt:on the earth. hence it needs revelation to assist us & give us knowledge of the things of God. What is the reason that the Priest of the day do not get Revelation. They ask ownly to consume it upon their lust their hearts are corrupt & they cloke their iniquity by saying that their is no more Revelations. But if any revelations are given of God they are univers ally opposed by the priest & Christendon at large for it reveals their wickedmess & abominations["] many other remarks of interest were ...Dates:April 11, 1842 April 12, 1842 April 13, 1842
Excerpt:April 24, 1849 ~ Tuesday 24th I recieved a Letter from Br Wells of waterville Ct I walked to the foot of Chamber street N.Y. ^to^ took boat it had left so I walked back read the papers, stars &c containing Elder Jones Letter containing an account of his last visit & Conference with the welsh saints it was glorious, I shed tears of Joy over it. A Brother gave me a Calafornia knife blade 15 inches long. At ...Dates:April 24, 1849 April 25, 1849 April 26, 1849 April 27, 1849 April 28, 1849 April 29, 1849 April 30, 1849 May 1, 1849 May 2, 1849 May 3, 1849
Excerpt:witnessed it seemed to be a hard death it made a strong impression upon me I was 5 years of age. When I was 12 years old I worked one year for the son Horace Judd for $4 a month The next House was Lewis Allens I attended Lewi Mr Allens funeral the seconed one I Ever Attended All these Likenesses brought the scenes of my childhood and youth before me I prize the Likenesses of my Grand Father & Grand Mothers