Mary Ann Frost Pratt

Pratt, Mary Ann Frost (1809-1891), was born on 14 Jan. 1809 at Groton, Caledonia County, Vermont. She was the daughter of Aaron Frost and Susanna Gray Bennett. She was baptized in August 1836. She was married to Nathan Stearns around February 1832. She died on 24 Aug. 1891 at Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah Territory.

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The Joseph Smith Papers (https://www.josephsmithpapers.org/person/mary-ann-frost-pratt

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  • Page 68

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    Silk work bag & needle ball from Sister Martha Brotherton I spent the evening preparing my things for going to Liverpool, I was called to administer to Sister Smith who was vary sick. I spent the night at Br Bewshers April 15, 1841 ~ Thursday 15th we sent our trunks & baggage on the baggage cars & we bid old Manchester with all their was in it farewell left Elder P ...
    Dates:
    April 15, 1841 April 16, 1841
  • Page 120

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    October 28, 1839 ~ Monday 28 I spent the day at Brother McClains my cough is still severe three men called in the evening one of which was lame to have Elder Pratt heal him that they might have a sign in order to believe the work of God, but a sign they did not get. I had an interview with Br Lane, & spent the night at Br Albright 94 King St 2 m October 29, 1839 ~ Tuesday 29
    Dates:
    October 28, 1839 October 29, 1839 October 30, 1839 October 31, 1839 November 1, 1839 November 2, 1839
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 25 October 1840

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    sister Parly Pratt has got to Eng. before this time I should like to be there myselfe well. I suppose that all of the sisters in Commerce will write by the bearer of this they are all well I believe I mentioned in 2 or 3 of my letters to you that if you could get me a black lace wrought veil and a wrought lace cape and collar I should be much pleased as they are much cheaper there than here but ...
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 6 October 1840

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    came from a distance, we had a address from our prophet after which it was voted that Kirtland should be built up and three ^one^ man was appointed to preside over it I think they ^it^ was brother Almon Babbit father Granger & brother Higby —then it was motioned that a committee be appointed and commissioned to appoint & lay up stakes for the gathering ^from Commerce to Kirtland.^— Hiram Smith Lyman Whight ...
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 13 December 1839

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    parley for Orson & she said in her letter that Phebe & Sarah were getting better, so Brother Pratt told me. You may be assured those words were precious to me, for I dreamed a few nights before that Sarah was dead but I thought the dream might not be true, but come through multitude of business & though. I returned & took supper with Elder Pratt, he has got a good wife she often speaks of you, the whole family has had the fever ...
  • Page 2

    Part of Letters to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff and the Smoots, 17 December 1839

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    two fire proof stores four stories high filled from top to bottom with dry good & bales of cotton were intriely consumed, the conflagration was awful. I went down to the fire with Joseph Ball about 9 oclok in the evening We tarried untill about 12 & returned home & left the fire still raging, & notw- ithstanding it rained hard their was about 10,000 persons at the fire. When we got home we were well soaked with water. Orson Pratt is still preaching in Philadelphie or near it. Brothers ...
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to Willard Richards, 10 November 1840

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    52 Iron Monger Row St Lukes London Nov 10th 1840 Eldr W. Richards Dear Brother yours of Nov 7th came to hand in due time. In the midst of councellors there is Safety, & I am always thakful for council, from my Brethen the Twelve & ever mean to be ready to abide by it. We both came to London by the council of the Twelve & we feel equally as willing to leave London by the same council you spoke our feeling exactly in this thing, immedi- ately on ...
    Dates:
    November 10, 1840
  • Page 208

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

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    the blade & let it remain 2 1/2 minutes after the polish is taken off, then dip the blade in water then wipe it dry, then take clear tur- pentine & rub over the blade untill the varnish is clean off & while the blade is wet with the Terpentine dip it into dry slack lime then polish the blade in chalk & water with a peace of soft leather and it will appear of a silver cast To Engrave on Steel Follow the same direction as for etching ownly cover the steel all ...
    Dates:
    May 10, 1849 May 11, 1849 May 12, 1849 May 13, 1849 May 14, 1849
  • Page 228

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

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    August 13, 1849 ~ Monday Aug 13th I this day looked over my letters & papers sent to me in my Absense during last two months And I find I have recieved the following viz 15 Letters from the following persons: G. J. Hardy, John Druce H Felt, Albard. J. Cowden, Mary Ann Pratt, Bathsheba W. Smith, John Benbow Thomas Cartwright, James Burgess 2, Joseph Grover
    Dates:
    August 13, 1849 August 14, 1849 August 15, 1849 August 16, 1849 August 17, 1849 August 18, 1849 August 19, 1849 August 20, 1849 August 21, 1849 August 22, 1849 August 23, 1849 August 24, 1849 August 25, 1849
  • Page 229

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

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    August 26, 1849 ~ Sunday 26th Sunday I met with the saints & spoke to them & was followed by others. Sister Foss & Br Nickerson spent the evening with us. August 27, 1849 ~ Monday 27th I wrote 3 letters to Little & Hardy J & S. Hardy to A. D. Boynton August 28, 1849 ~ Tuesday 28th I recieved two letters [from] Josiah G. Hardy & John Druce ...
    Dates:
    August 26, 1849 August 27, 1849 August 28, 1849 August 29, 1849 August 30, 1849 August 31, 1849 September 1, 1849 September 2, 1849 September 3, 1849 September 4, 1849 September 5, 1849 September 6, 1849 September 7, 1849 September 8, 1849 September 9, 1849 September 10, 1849 September 11, 1849