Meadowville, Rich County, Utah Territory

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  • Page 301

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

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    June 27, 1871 G. A. Smith spoke 17 M[inutes] President Young 45 M[inutes] we then took Dinner I went with Wilford to lay out a place to build a House, we then started & drove over the Mountain to Laketown 22 Miles We held a Meeting in the Bowery the grass hoppers eat up all the grain in the place. Brother T W Elebeck opened By prayer President Young spoke 35 Minutes He said 27 years ago ...
    Dates:
    June 27, 1871 June 28, 1871 June 29, 1871 June 30, 1871 July 1, 1871 July 2, 1871
  • Page 349

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

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    Nov 5, 1878 Election through the United States and for G. Q. Cannon as Delegate Congress. Brother Monch took me to Logan & Moses Thatcher to Smithfield & spent the night with my family 50 M[iles] November 6, 1878 ~ Wednesday 6. I went over Bear River with my son Newton I shot 3 Geese & 6 Ducks Newton shot 2 geese at one shot that weighed 12 lbs Each I ...
    Dates:
    November 6, 1878 November 7, 1878 November 8, 1878 November 9, 1878 November 10, 1878
  • Page 350

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

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    Nov 10, 1878 And the Brethren we repaired to the Mouth of the canyon and Broke ground, and Dedicated it for the purpose of Building a woollen factory on the cooperative principle I dedicated the ground November 11, 1878 ~ Monday 11. we drove to St Charles took Dinner with Br J Pugmyre Then Drove to Meadowville and stoped with Brother Joseph Kimball 28 M[iles] I held a Meeting in the Evening Wm H Lee prayed Br ...
    Dates:
    November 11, 1878 November 12, 1878 November 13, 1878 November 14, 1878 November 15, 1878 November 16, 1878 November 17, 1878 November 18, 1878 November 19, 1878 November 20, 1878
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Horace H. Kimball, 13 February 1890

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    Horace H. Kimball 13 Feb. 1890. Meadowville. Feb. 13th 1890. Prest. Wilford Woodruff. Salt Lake City, Utah. Dear Brother, Notice, dated Jan. 30, 1890. of call made upon me to fill a misson in the Southern States, came to hand a few days ago, and caused me some very serious reflections, I assure you. My circumstances are at present of such a nature, and condition that it seems to me impossible to leave them, at so early a date ...
    Dates:
    February 13, 1890
  • Page 295

    Part of Journal (February 1880 – December 1885)

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    August 5, 1883 ~ Sunday Aug 5th 1883 Sunday Met at 10. Prayer By A Stainer W Woodruff spoke 70 M, L Farr 20 Afternoon Prayer By Wm Maugn Sacramet Administered And the Authorities of the Church Presented and sustained. Erastus Snow spoke one hour & 20 m W Woodruff spoke 5 M. At the close of the Meeting I rode to Smithfield and held a Meeting S Roskelly spoke 25 M & ...
    Dates:
    August 5, 1883 August 6, 1883 August 7, 1883 August 8, 1883 August 9, 1883 August 10, 1883 August 11, 1883 August 12, 1883 August 13, 1883 August 14, 1883 August 15, 1883
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from David H. Kimball, 20 February 1890

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    Meadowville, Feb. 20th 1890 Prest Wilford Woodruff, Salt Lake City Dear Brother: In reply to yours of the 30th Ult. Will state that I shall be prepared to start on my mission, to the Southern States, at the appointed time, Viz.; March 30, [18]90 With kind regards, I remain as ever Yours with sincere respect, David. H. Kimball Joseph Kimball Bp. ...
    Dates:
    February 20, 1890
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    Part of Letter from Eugene Kimball, 29 January 1894

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    Meadowille Jan, 29th 1894 Wilford Woodruff. Salt Lake City. Dear Brother. the Letter calling me to the Southern States as a Missionary I recived, and will say that I am gratefull to you, for your kindness. as Bishop Gibbons of this place has not been hear for some time I thought. I could not wait longer to write, as to going to the Southern States. I would be please to go at once, or at anytime, if my health would permit ...
    Dates:
    January 29, 1894