Mary Woodruff, b. 1867

Mary Woodruff (1867-1903) was born 26 Oct. 1867 in Great Salt Lake City, Great Salt Lake Co., Utah Territory. She was the sixth child of Wilford Woodruff and Sarah Brown. She died 15 Feb. 1903 in Provo, Utah Co., Utah.

Footnotes

Mary Woodruff (KWVS-7GF), “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 4 Feb. 2021). Mary Woodruff, b. 1867, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/mary-woodruff-b-1867, accessed 9 Feb. 2022). Archibald F. Bennett, “The Lineage of Wilford Woodruff,” Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine, vol. 22 (April 1831), p. 61. 1870 U.S. Census, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah, p. 657, Mary Woodruff. “Utah Death Registers, 1847–1966,” p. 203 (1903), Mary Woodruff; citing series 21866, from Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Utah State Archives and Records Service, Salt Lake City, UT. Sylvia Moses Handley, Kate B. Carter, ed. “Sarah Brown Woodruff,” Our Pioneer Heritage, vol. 10 (Salt Lake City: ISDUP, 1967), pp 235-236. “Death of Miss Woodruff,” Deseret Evening News, 16 Feb. 1903, p. 8. “Mary Woodruff,” Salt Lake City Cemetery, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co,, UT; Find A Grave, 2 Jun. 2012, memorial no. 91254335 (https://findagrave.com, accessed 4 Feb. 2021).

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  • Page 191

    Part of Journal (December 29, 1833 – January 3, 1838)

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    Sarah Brown was Born ^in Henderson^ Jefferson Co New York Jan 1st 1834 Sarah Brown Daughter of Henry & [Rhoda] Brown Married to Wilford Woodruff sen March 13 1853 NAMES Born Marrid Died Age David Patten April 4th 1854 Drowned June 16 1877 [J H] ...
  • Page 290

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

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    January 22, 1871 ~ Sunday [FIGURE] Jan 22d 1871 Sunday I took cars to Kays ward to attend the funeral of Mary Philips who died in her 98 year. I Baptized her into this Church in 1840 31 years ago the funeral commenced at 11 oclok we had a large congre- gation. I spoke one hour but had a severe cold upon my lungs which troubled me much about speaking. G. D. Watt reported my Discourse I was followed By Brother Wm Kay & Bishop
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    January 22, 1871 January 23, 1871 January 24, 1871 January 27, 1871 January 28, 1871 January 29, 1871 January 30, 1871 January 31, 1871 February 1, 1871 February 2, 1871 February 3, 1871 February 4, 1871
  • Page 332

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

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    February 26, 1872 ~ Monday Feb 26, 1872 [FIGURES] I spent most the day in writing I wrote 10 letters to Col Peter Sax, And to Wilford sent him $50, to Sarah $5, to Emily $4, to David $5, to Lucy $2, to Arrobell $2, to Sylvia $2, to Mary $2, to Newton $2, Total $75 dollars. I put these all up in one package to ...
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    February 26, 1872 February 27, 1872 February 28, 1872 February 29, 1872 March 1, 1872 March 2, 1872 March 3, 1872 March 4, 1872 March 5, 1872 March 6, 1872 March 8, 1872 March 19, 1872
  • Page 339

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

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    June 2, 1872 several times during the day we arived at Woodruff the stream was high & Bishop had a pair of Mules ready to hit[c]h on to my team & took me through the 3 branches of the creek the water ran into my waggon Box we stoped with Bishop Lee for the night 20 M June 3, 1872 ~ Monday 3d we drove to Randolph, & at 12 oclok we held a council & made Appointments in Bear Lake valley. I wrote a letter to ...
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    June 3, 1872 June 4, 1872 June 5, 1872 June 6, 1872 June 7, 1872 June 8, 1872 June 9, 1872 June 10, 1872 June 11, 1872 June 12, 1872 June 13, 1872 June 14, 1872 June 15, 1872 June 16, 1872
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to Leslie W. Snow, 6 April 1888

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    PRESIDENT'S OFFICE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST. OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS, GIBSON MILLER & RICHARDSON, OMAHA. P.O. BOX B. Salt Lake U. T. April 6, 1888 Leslie W. Snow My Dear Grand Son I Receved your two Letters of April 3 & 4, which I was glad to get. I was sorry for Marys sickness I hope she will not have a settled course of sickness she has Expend herself to much & worked to hard. I dont think it will not be ...
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    April 6, 1888
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Leslie W. Snow, 6 April 1888

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    before the Court your Father is presiding over the conference. My Epistle will be short this season I have been so over whelmed with business that I have not had time to write Lengthly. I shall be glad to be kept advised of Marys con- dition. I suppose her Mothr will stay with her untill she can be moved Home your Affectionate Grand Father W. Woodruff ...
  • Page 23

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    March 3, 1873 ~ Monday March 3rd 1873 [FIGURES] I wrote a letter to Joseph Fabyan Carter I spent a part of the day drawing Lumber I drew 2000 feet sheeting I attended a council in the Evening at the City Hall President Young spoke March 4, 1873 ~ Tuesday March 4. The president [present] Congress goes out to day & a New one begin [FIGURE] I received a letter from David I went to Ogden with Mrs
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    March 3, 1873 March 4, 1873 March 5, 1873 March 6, 1873 March 7, 1873 March 8, 1873 March 9, 1873
  • Page 93

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    September 11, 1874 ~ Friday Sept 101 1874 we are having vary hard frosts nights which is killing our fodder we threshed our wheat By 12 oclok 264 Bushels of wheat on 8 Acres Being 33 Bushels to the Acre I was vary weary at night September 12, 1874 ~ Saturday 12. I cut Pcorn & Dug potatoes the fodder of the corn was mostly killed [FIGURE] I wrote a letter to Harvy Parkins about a Threshing Machine September 13, 1874 ~ Sunday 13 Sunday I ...
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    September 11, 1874 September 12, 1874 September 13, 1874 September 14, 1874 September 15, 1874 September 16, 1874 September 17, 1874 September 18, 1874 September 19, 1874 September 20, 1874
  • Page 477

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    Feb 1, 1880 with the cold which seemed remarkable to me considering my age having passed through seventy ^three^ winters. On my arival at [FIGURE] I had a package of 18 letters awaiting me from Georg Reynolds J Jaques, Henry A Woodruff, M F Farnsworth, J G Bleak, J McAllister D H Cannon, G. Q. Cannon, G Teasdale, L. J. Nuttall, Warren ...
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    February 2, 1880 February 3, 1880 February 4, 1880 February 5, 1880 February 6, 1880 February 7, 1880
  • Page 249

    Part of Journal (February 1880 – December 1885)

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    Feb 11, 1883 [FIGURES] I received a Package from C O Card containing all the recepts of the people from all sourses for the building of the Logan Temple As follows Logan Stake $205244.83 Bear Lake $50505.29, Box Elder $50999.35 Trustee in Trust $137,445.94, Other sourses ^$^3746.87 Grand Total $447,942.28. February 12, 1883 ~ Monday 12 I spent the day in writing I spent the Evening with Judge
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    February 12, 1883 February 13, 1883 February 14, 1883 February 15, 1883 February 16, 1883 February 17, 1883