Mary Kirkbride Armstrong Wade

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  • Page 117

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    the form of cloth, chains & sundry articles were formed out of china. After spending the day we met in council with the officers in the evening & we had a good time. I spent the night with Br Martin 8 miles July 6, 1845 ~ Sunday 6th Sunday I met with the Saints in the Poteries for the first time since 1841 I Preached in the morning communed in the afternoon & I preached in the evening on the death of the prophets had a ...
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    July 6, 1845 July 7, 1845 July 8, 1845
  • Page 68

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    April 10, 1845 ~ Thursday April 10th I spent the day in company with the American Elders with whom I had been sitting in conference with. I enjoyed myself well with them although I was fatiegued with the labours of the conference. April 11, 1845 ~ Friday 11th I went through A Manchester Cotten Factory with some of the Saints April 12, 1845 ~ Saturday 12th In company with Elders Holmes, Davis ...
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    April 10, 1845 April 11, 1845 April 12, 1845 April 13, 1845 April 14, 1845 April 15, 1845
  • Page 136

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    this Bill of Wm Claytons was sent by his express order out of the Temple founds & he would pay it in Nauvoo the three before mentioned packages was sent by James Houston going direct to Nauvoo on Board of the Ship Oregon we also sent cloth by Br John Armstrong to make a suit of clothes for Wilford Woodruff jr at Br Benbows he was to make the cloths himself the Bill ...
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    September 5, 1845 September 6, 1845
  • Page 305

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    waggon whare she lay vary sick Br and Sister Benbow had been with us several days. Sister Benbow was exceding low when she came. Hardly expected she would live Mrs Woodruff used evry exhertion to nurs her up that she might recover November 5, 1846 ~ Thursday 5th I this day walked to the tent alone with the aid of a staff. Joseph is a failing is dangerously sick November 6, 1846 ~ Friday 6th ...
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    November 5, 1846 November 6, 1846 November 7, 1846 November 8, 1846 November 9, 1846 November 10, 1846 November 11, 1846
  • Page 100

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

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    the mountains & of unburnt brick surrounding 10 acres of ground, 40 rods of which was covered with block houses. Besides planting about 100 acres of corn, potatoes, buckwheat turnips gardens &c the pioneers did not exceed 150 men during the time 140 of the Battalion arived I think there was not over 100 men labouring on the works at a time besides much exploring was done and after accomplishing this work the company return to winter Quarters the place of begining making nearly 2,500 miles traveling during one ...
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    August 26, 1847 August 27, 1847 August 28, 1847 August 29, 1847 August 30, 1847 August 31, 1847