Phebe Amelia Woodruff Snow

Snow, Phoebe Amelia Woodruff (1842-1919), was the third daughter of Phebe (Phoebe) Whittemore Carter and Wilford Woodruff. Born on 4 Mar. 1842, in Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, she married apostle Lorenzo Snow on 4 Apr. 1859. She was his eighth wife and became the mother of five children. Phoebe died in Salt Lake City on 15 Feb. 1919.

Footnotes

https://www.churchhistorianspress.org/the-first-fifty-years-of-relief-society/people/phoebe-amelia-woodruff-snow; http://www.wilfordwoodruff.info/2013/03/wilford-woodruffs-children.html.

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  • Page 189

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

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    Lorenzo Snow Married Phebe Amelia Woodruff Daughter of Wilford & Phebe W. Woodruff Lorenzo Snow born April 14. 1814. Married April. 4. 1854 Names Births Marriages Deaths Age Mary Amanda June 1st Sept 4 1860 Sept 5. 1860 1. day Wilford Leslie Woodruff Feb 7
  • Page 190

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

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    WILLFORD. WOODRUFF's FAMILY RECORD Names Born Married Died Age ^4th Gen^ Willford Woodruff Phebe W. Carter March 1. 1807 March 8 1807 April 13 1837 April 13 1837 Nov. 10/85 Nov. 10/85 ^y 78 6M^ SARAH EMMA 5. Gen WILLFORD OWEN ...
  • Page 136

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

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    March 2, 1842 ~ Wednesday March 2nd I spent the day as usual at the office March 3, 1842 ~ Thursday 3rd was spent at Printing Office March 4, 1842 ~ Friday March 4th 1842 Phebe A. Woodruff was Born this morning 30 minutes past 10 oclock unto us a child is given! unto us a daughter is born Mother & babe doing well. May the LORD be praised for all his mercies unto us After ...
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    March 2, 1842 March 3, 1842 March 4, 1842 March 5, 1842 March 6, 1842 March 7, 1842 March 8, 1842 March 9, 1842
  • Page 184

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    January 28, 1844 ~ Sunday JAN 28th 1845 1844 SUNDAY This was quite a remarkable day to me & my family in some respects weather vary cold Thermometer 15 degrees below zero, I commenced in the morning to prepare to devote the day to write my friend it being vary cold I set a pot of chaircoal in the bedroom to warm it, I shaved, washed & changed my cloths, Phebe done the same ie change her clothing & while we were their the ...
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    January 28, 1844
  • Page 169

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

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    to be a species of the fellen which has caused her much pain for two or three weeks. Also our baby Phebe Amelia has been quite sick for two or three weeks & for two days has been considerd dangerous September 23, 1842 ~ Friday 23rd I spent the day drawing corn on the stock I drew one acre of corn 1 mile & put it into a rick at home, & felt exceding weary at night. The Officers of the
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    September 23, 1842 September 24, 1842 September 25, 1842 September 26, 1842 September 27, 1842 September 30, 1842 October 1, 1842
  • Page 170

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

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    October 2, 1842 ~ Sunday Oct 2 Sunday Elder John Taylor called upon me & informed me that I was not going to Keokurk but Joseph wished me to assist in the printing in Nauvoo. Elder Allexander arived from the South & called upon me. Our babe has been preserved unto us she appeared to be deliverd from her fever & is fast recover- ing. it has been vary healthy in Nauvoo ...
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    October 2, 1842 October 3, 1842 October 8, 1842 October 9, 1842 October 10, 1842 October 11, 1842 October 12, 1842 October 13, 1842 October 15, 1842 October 16, 1842
  • Page 78

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    July 5, 1843 ~ Wednesday July 5th My masons got together to comme nce laying brick on my house but our door & window frames not being made part of them went home but some staid but performed but little work July 6, 1843 ~ Thursday 6th I had an interview with Br Fidoe who has taken a job of Building my house he informed the fraims were not yet made & thought it best to dismiiss the masons for a season we did ...
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    July 5, 1843 July 6, 1843 July 7, 1843 July 8, 1843
  • Page 341

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    October 25, 1844 ~ Friday 25th I purchased a number of articles to take to my family, such as 1 gal oysters, crackers, oranges, lemons shugar, &c. took cars at Boston rode to Saco called at Luthers, from thence to Scarborough, found my wife & two children with Sister Foss. it was a happy meeting. I found Phebe Amelia much better than she had been for she had been sick nigh unto death but had began to recover. I ...
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    October 25, 1844 October 26, 1844 October 27, 1844 October 28, 1844 October 29, 1844 October 30, 1844
  • Page 342

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    October 31, 1844 ~ Thursday Oct 31st ^1844^ I went to beach in the morning dug 2 bushels of clams. spent the day at Sister Foss Fabyan Carter came in in the evening & brought me a letter from Br Hiram [FIGURE] Clark in New York. [FIGURE] In the evening I baptized & confirmed 4 four members of sister Foss family & also blessed them viz Olive, Ezra,
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    October 31, 1844 November 1, 1844 November 2, 1844
  • Page 343

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    November 3, 1844 ~ Sunday 43rd Sunday I walked [illegible] Sisters Foss I found her & Phebe Foss both sick. Phebe was taken with the nose bleed while I was there & bled much it was thought she bled near two quarts I was there through the day assisting them two sisters from the Saco Factories called to enquire about some friends in Nauvoo. November 4, 1844 ~ Monday 4th Phebe Amelia, &
    Dates:
    November 3, 1844 November 4, 1844 November 5, 1844 November 6, 1844 November 7, 1844 November 8, 1844 November 9, 1844