Ogden, Weber County, Utah Territory

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  • Page 334

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    November 9, 1864 ~ Wednesday Nov 9, 1864 I spent the day mostly at home No Telegraph News to day November 10, 1864 ~ Thursday 10. No News of the Election yet. I visited the office & spent a part of the day at home November 11, 1864 ~ Friday 11. In company with BPresident Young, J. Taylor, G. A. Smith, & G. Q. Cannon & several Others I rode to Kays ward
    Dates:
    November 9, 1864 November 10, 1864 November 11, 1864 November 12, 1864 November 13, 1864 November 14, 1864 November 15, 1864
  • Page 311

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    May 10, 1864 ~ Tuesday May 10, 1864 I spent the day in assisting to shear my sheep they sheared 88 May 11, 1864 ~ Wednesday 11. We finished shiring my sheep to day I had 154 in all He had used & lost some 25 of my old sheep & used 8. May 12, 1864 ~ Thursday 12 I took my wool & returned home to the City I have a severe Cold upon my Lungs & have had for some 2 weeks [FIGURE] I received a ...
    Dates:
    May 10, 1864 May 11, 1864 May 12, 1864 May 13, 1864 May 14, 1864 May 15, 1864 May 16, 1864 May 17, 1864 May 18, 1864 May 19, 1864
  • Page 314

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    [FIGURE] May 23 1864 G A Smith his life. A man by the Name of Marrill put a loaded rifle in the carriage with a cap on the muzzle rested on the seat before G. A. Smith the carriage whell went into a sideling stoney rock Brother Smith flung his body on the uper side of the carriage to bala[nc]e it at that instant the Rifle went off the ball went through the Buffalo robe in front of him passed by his side & went through the waggon cover behind him ...
    Dates:
    May 24, 1864 May 25, 1864 May 26, 1864 May 27, 1864 May 28, 1864 May 29, 1864
  • Page 316

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    MaJune 4 I visited G D. Watt's garden in the Evening & saw some vary fine strawburies in Beds I think the Excellenta were the best June 5, 1864 ~ Sunday 5. I met with my Quorum in the morning & attended meeting in [FIGURE] the Tabernacle in the forenoon. Brother McDonald spoke followed by H. C Kimball & Lorenzo Young, while Brother Kimball was speaking word was brought to the Tabernacle that Mrs Phebe ...
    Dates:
    June 5, 1864 June 6, 1864 June 7, 1864 June 10, 1864 June 11, 1864 June 12, 1864 June 13, 1864
  • Page 317

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    June 14, 1864 ~ Tuesday June 14 1864 I spent the day Journalizing & in my garden my Indian Boy got flung from a Horse & Badly injured in the face & arms June 15, 1864 ~ Wednesday to June 17, 1864 ~ Friday 15 16 & 17. I spent the time mostly in my Garden June 18, 1864 ~ Saturday 18. I spent most of the Time in the Endowment House we gave Endowments to 45 persons H. C. Kimball ...
    Dates:
    June 14, 1864 June 15, 1864 June 18, 1864 June 19, 1864 June 20, 1864 June 22, 1864 June 23, 1864 June 24, 1864 June 25, 1864
  • Page 318

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    June 26, 1864 ~ Sunday June 26 1864 The Meeting assembled at the Bowery at 10 oclok it was Judged that there was 3000 present. I opened the meeting with prayer after singing. I then spoke to the people was followed during the day By President Young G A Smith & John Taylor. The main part of the Preaching was instructing the Saints to take care of our wheat, & the other products of the Earth & wished all the settlements to send delegates ...
    Dates:
    June 26, 1864 June 27, 1864 June 28, 1864 June 29, 1864 June 30, 1864 July 1, 1864 July 2, 1864 July 3, 1864
  • Page 274

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    July 1, 1863 ~ Wednesday July 1st 1863 I spent the day mostly in my garden July 2, 1863 ~ Thursday 2d I spent most of the day in the Endowment House. I sealed 13 couple I spent the afternoon at home July 3, 1863 ~ Friday 3d [FIGURE] I attended the grand Union Ball in the Theater it being the Largest party I ever attended. 40 cotillons were on the floor at once I staid till near 2 oclok the party did not break up ...
    Dates:
    July 1, 1863 July 2, 1863 July 3, 1863 July 4, 1863 July 5, 1863 July 6, 1863 July 7, 1863 July 8, 1863 July 9, 1863 July 10, 1863 July 11, 1863 July 12, 1863 July 13, 1863 July 14, 1863
  • Page 278

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    Aug 16, 1863 in the forenoon & D Spencer & President Kimball in the afternoon I met with J. Taylor & C. C. Rich for Prayer. J Taylor Prayer & W Woodruff was Mouth. I accompanied John Taylor to Broth Folsomse, his wife was dying. We did not go in to see her she di[e]d in the night August 17, 1863 ~ Monday 17th I spent the day at home mostly in the garden August 18, 1863 ...
    Dates:
    August 17, 1863 August 18, 1863 August 19, 1863 August 20, 1863 August 21, 1863 August 22, 1863 August 23, 1863 August 24, 1863
  • Page 279

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    Aug 24 1863 A council was held in Cash Valley and agreed to Form a new settle- ment at Bear river lake A Lyman ^C C Rich^ was to be the presidet of the mission August 25, 1863 ~ Tuesday 25 I was quite poorly this morning I rode with the company to Ogden, we had a meeting I attended it, it was A vary inter- esting meeting. President Young spoke with great Plainness and Power. He called upon thHis councillors &
    Dates:
    August 25, 1863 August 26, 1863 August 27, 1863 August 28, 1863 August 29, 1863 August 30, 1863
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 3 March 1886

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    W. Woodruff Historian's Office, P. O. Box 321 Salt Lake City, Utah, March 3 1886 President John Taylor Dear Brother I feel as though I would like to heer from you and know how your health is. I must say it was quite a shock to ny feeling on hearing of the arest of Brother Cannon and the Circumstanes connected with it. Of course I cannot give council to those over me But it did look like a dangerous course to take the AP at ...
    Dates:
    March 3, 1886