Manchester, Lancashire, England

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    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 8 April 1841

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    Manchester England April 8th 1841 My Dear Phebe I sit down in Haste to drop a few lines to you as several weeks have past since I last wrote I am as usual in good health & spirits, I was suddenly attacked with sickness a few days before I left London was confined to my bed about 3 days it was supposed by my Friends to be the small pox as I had been much exposed to it in all stages by visiting ...
    Dates:
    April 8, 1841
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    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 8 April 1841

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    Mrs Phebe W. Woodruff Scarborough Maine United States [FIGURE] Ship via New York [stamp in black ink] KENNEBUNK MAY 21 M [stamp in red ink] NEW-YORK SHIP MAY 20 ^Forwarded^ ^[illegible]^ [upside-down text] Willford Woodruff April 8th Manchester England 1841 [end of upside-down text] ...
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    Part of Letter from Francis Pullin, 5 July 1840

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    For Hom [Hon] Richards to be Leaft at the Star Office No 149 Oldham Road Manchestere with Spead [stamp in red ink] LEDBURY JY 5 1840 [Wilford Woodruff] July 5 Ledbury 1840 from Frances Pullin ...
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    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 13 January 1841

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    40 Ironmonger Row, Saint Lukes, LONDON Jan 13th 1841 My Der^a^r Phebe I once more seat myself to write to you I have your two last letters now spread before me one under Date of Oct 6th to 19th & the other Oct 25th to Nov 2nd And they both were truly interesting to me. I sent you a vary full sheet the the size of this Dated Nov 22nd which I hope you have got before this time. I inserted an ...
    Dates:
    January 13, 1841
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    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 13 January 1841

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    July 24th I received A letter from Mother & Eunice Woodruff. 25th I wrote a letter to Bishop Ripley. July 29th I wrote a Letter to Phebe, which I sent by the hand of Sister Jane Benbow, wife of John Benbow, the first family that Recieved me & my testimony in Herefordshire. I Baptized the whole household 10 in number. He was a large farmer cultivated 600 acres of Land, he sold ...
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    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 13 January 1841

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    I dined with her state coachman, his wife made me a present for Mrs Woodruff. 12th I wrote a few lines to Phebe Br Kimballs letter. 16th I received an interesting letter from sister Eunice Woodruff. Phebe requests me to get my portrait taken. I have complyed with her request & taken my first sitting Dec 23rd by an Italian Artist of the first class By the name of Fillippo Pistrucci I formed an acquaintance with him by means ...
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    23 Oct 1864 followed By W. Woodruff October 24, 1864 ~ Monday 24. Finished Making Molasses October 25, 1864 ~ Tuesday 25 I dug my carrotts & Beets October 26, 1864 ~ Wednesday 26 I packed up my 20 Bushels of Appls in chaff I sold 15 Bushels of Apples for $12 total $180. October 27, 1864 ~ Thursday to October 28, 1864 ~ Friday 27 & 28. I spent the time in burying my grape vines & choreing October 29, 1864 ~ Saturday ...
    Dates:
    October 24, 1864 October 25, 1864 October 26, 1864 October 27, 1864 October 29, 1864 October 30, 1864 October 31, 1864 November 1, 1864 November 2, 1864 November 3, 1864 November 4, 1864 November 5, 1864 November 6, 1864 November 7, 1864 November 8, 1864
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    Part of Letter to Ilus F. Carter, 10 July 1840

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    149 Oldham Road, Manchester, England, July 10th 1840 Mr Ilus F Carter Dear Sir Having an opportunity of forwarding letters to New York by Eldr P. P. Pratt. I feel disposed to improve the opportunity of sending a few lines to you. I am enjoying the best of health & spirits & prospered in my business ie preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. Perhaps it may not be altogether uninteresting to you to give you a brief statement of my labous ...
    Dates:
    July 10, 1840
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    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 22 August 1840

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    Private London Aug 22 1840 Phebe you will receved a shawl shawl by Elder Turley in addition to other things that I have spoken of I will [page torn] [return] [i]mmediately to Manchester for Eldr Young to procure a cape for you & also a dress for everday ware & some flannel for the children which you will al[so] [wax seal] [re]ceve from Eldr Turley also a cap or two for the little willford. I want yo[u] [to] [wax seal] [te]ll ...
    Dates:
    August 22, 1840
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    Part of Letter to Ilus F. Carter, 10 July 1840

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    Emigration of the Saints to that country is rapid commerce is grow- ing fast, the work rolling on many are being baptized, &c. (Willford Woodruff Jr. first made his appearance at Montrose On the 22nd day of March 1840 & in two weeks after attended the general conference at commerce with his Mother who was quite well & comfortable.) they had quite an interesting time at conference rising of 70 was Baptized two of the Twelve viz ...