Reuben Hedlock

Reuben Hedlock (1809-1869) was born in 1809. He married Susan Wheeler in 1827. He married Lydia Fox. He was baptized in 1836. He served with Wilford Woodruff when they were missionaries in England from 1840 to 1841. He died 5 Jul. 1869 in England.

Footnotes

Reuben Hadlock (GQWT-HKT), "Family Tree," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 6 Feb. 2022). Reuben Hedlock, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/reuben-hedlock, accessed 9 Feb. 2022). Reuben Hedlock, The Joseph Smith Papers (https://www.josephsmithpapers.org/person/reuben-hedlock, accessed 17 Jan. 2022).

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  • Page 146

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    October 1, 1845 ~ Wednesday Oct 1st [FIGURES] I recieved 4 letters & wrote 6 spent the day at the office 4 October 2, 1845 ~ Thursday 2nd [FIGURES] I recieved 5 letters & wrote 4 letters 4 October 3, 1845 ~ Friday 3rd [FIGURES] I recieved 4 letters & wrote 3. 4 October 4, 1845 ~ Saturday 4 [FIGURE] I recieved 2 letters And in company with Elder Hedlock I took cars & rode to Lemington ...
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    October 1, 1845 October 2, 1845 October 3, 1845 October 4, 1845 October 5, 1845
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    country. In a small room at the enterance of the castle we had a view of the Armoury of the celebrated Guy his helmet brestplate & shield weighs 120 pounds and his sword weighs 20 lbs his coper poragepot holds 120 gallons six grown person of us sat inside of it at one time In the evening I took cars in company with Elder Hedlock & rode to Birmingham on our arival we found Elder Crook waiting for us. we ...
  • Page 153

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    October 23, 1845 ~ Thursday 23d [FIGURES] I recieved 3 letters wrote 2 4 October 24, 1845 ~ Friday 24th [FIGURE] I met with Elders Hedlock & Ward this morning & laid before them the feelings of my whole soul concerning our situation in Liverpool both temporally & spiritually their had been quit[e] a misunderstanding among us for six month we had not bowed our knees together for that length of time but I told the brethren what I wished ...
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    October 23, 1845 October 24, 1845 October 25, 1845 October 26, 1845 October 27, 1845
  • Page 154

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    I should judge from my feelings And intimations of the spirit of God that the endowment had commenced & that the Lord had commenced pouring out some special blessings upon the Saints in Nauvoo but time will determin whether this is the case. My soul has been much refreshed and edefyed of late in reading the Book of Mormon the time has come for its sayi[n]g[s] to be fulfilled October 28, 1845 ~ Tuesday 28th [FIGURES] I recieved three Nauvoo Letters to day one from ...
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    October 28, 1845 October 29, 1845
  • Page 163

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    November 13, 1845 ~ Thursday 13th [FIGURES] I recieved 2 letters wrote 2. I went over the river Mercy called upon Mr Farington & dined with Elders Hedlock & Ward 10 m November 14, 1845 ~ Friday 14th [FIGURES] I recieved 4 letters wrote 3 I recieved the Nauvoo Neighbor of Sept 24 And N York Messenger All bearing tidings of the procedings of the mob & that the saints were still sustained in the City of
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    November 13, 1845 November 14, 1845 November 15, 1845 November 16, 1845 November 17, 1845 November 18, 1845
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    November 21, 1845 ~ Friday 21st [FIGURES] I recieved 5 letters & wrote 6 I had a vary busy day in packing up Books, Stars, proclamations &c. I re^a^d A letter today from Br Brannan stateing that he had recieved council to take his press in Jenuary & ship for Callifornia around Cape Horn, so as to meet the brethren on the shores of the Pacific He informs us that the whole Church of the Saints will leave the United States in ...
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    November 21, 1845 November 22, 1845 November 23, 1845
  • Page 169

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    December 14, 1845 ~ Sunday SPecIal Conference A Special Conference of All the churches in the british Isles met at the Hall of Science at 10 oclok on Sunday this 14th day of December there being present President Wilford Woodruff & Councillors Hedlock & Ward [blank] High Priest [blank] Seventies [blank] Elders [blank] Priest [blank] Teachers [blank] And [blank] Deacons We herd represented 11072 Members 8 High Priest 392 Elders 590 Priest 311 Teachers And 188 Deacons ...
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    December 14, 1845
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    were attended to that are perform by the catholicks at high mass on Christma eve After there offering incense they presented sumthink to represent Jesus in swadling clothse. After which the meeting broke up And we returned to our homes at 2 oclok at night this was the first time I had ever attended High mass 12 miles December 25, 1845 ~ Thursday 25th CHRISTMAS DAY this is the second Christmas I have spent in Englang I took cab in company with ...
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    December 25, 1845
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    January 10, 1846 ~ Saturday 10th [FIGURES] I recieved 5 letters & wrote 3. I Recieved A Donation to Day from the Manchester Conference of £42 forty two sovreigns to assist me And my friends to emegrate. I gave £12 to Elder Clark & kept £30 myself. I also recieved £8 from the Birmingham Conference. I made A feast in the evening and had for my guest Elders Hedlock, Ward, Clark, Wilson ...
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    January 10, 1846 January 11, 1846 January 12, 1846 January 13, 1846 January 14, 1846
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    January 15, 1846 ~ Thursday 15th [FIGURE] I recieved 6 letters wrote 2 I recieved one letter from S Brannan New york Also the messenger And a times & seasons from Nauvoo. Mrs Woodruff & babe was quite unwell this morning It was Ascertained that the ship would not go out this day 8 January 16, 1846 ~ Friday [FIGURE] 16th 1846 January I went on board the Ship Liverpool with my ...
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    January 15, 1846 January 16, 1846 January 17, 1846 January 18, 1846 January 19, 1846