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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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young, 13 January 1845

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    in this land viz that of the Elders Bringing letters in quantities to this country which is involving us in much trouble expence & difficulty as their is £5 pounds fine upon all letters either sealed or unsealed brought to England except in Ship Bags so any that bring letters should put them into the hands of the captain, ((except it may be some private letters to us can be sent by confidential friends can be brought to us when they first come ashore)) see Elder Taylors letter. ...
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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young, 13 January 1845

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    [upside-down text] Br Young Eldr Hedlock got your lettr yesterday Jan 14 we were truly glad to again hear from you & that P P- Prat had gone to N York, to take charge of affairs in the East & publish a paper &c. 15th The Ship leaves tomorrow morn- ing it is busy times at the Office. Elder Hadlock informed me this evening that Br Fielding had an order from you & Dr Richards for £8 or £10 ...
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    Part of Letter from Elijah Fordham, Samuel Brannan, and Parley Parker Pratt, 13 March 1845

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    yours truly S. Brannan [blank] Dear Br, Woodruff, I have only time to say that I am well, and that all is well here. Give my Kind Remem berance to Elders Hedlock, Clark, Ward, and to all Our english friends. I have writen to you, that it is the dis^c^c^i^sion of the twelve to send all Emigra tion to N. York hereafter in stead of N. Orleans direct them to No 7 Spruce St. NY I Remain, yours ...
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    Part of Letter to Jedediah M. Grant, 23 May 1845

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    with Elder Holmes. Elder Hedlock is here in Liverpool is still ingaged in the Emigration is in good health. their is but few America Brothers in this country, and what are here are wishing to return in the fall in order to go to Nauvoo & get their endowment. I stand in need of assistance from America as the vineyard is becoming vary large through England, Scotland, Ireland, & Wales with ...
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    Part of Letter from James Houston, 26 October 1845

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    Report sas that the Mormons Would not Alow Aney other Person to Com and setel with them the Peapel Cam to Drive the Mormons out and Kiled 7 of the Mormons. But the Mormons Kiled Mor them siven times 7 tha say tha the Mor ar to Leave the State next spring And Go West of the Rokie Montings and Never to Be Mor Trubeled ther ar Mor of the Brothren to Be Tryed for Crim I expect it is for the same Murder it is Leat I Want to go to Bed. I ad no ...
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    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 1 August 1845

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    Dear Brother Stanly Building Bath street Liverpool Aug 1st 1845 Elder Taylor Bloved Brother I wish once more to call your attention to the subject of your Times & seasons in this Country We have rented a New Office called Standly Stanly Buildings Bath street Liverpool where we wish all addresses to us directed hearafter it is a vary rentable office much more so than the one we have had. And as your papers have been brought here & I am now about to take charge of them ...
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    August 1, 1845
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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young, 1 August 1845

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    men that do business through agents for others to sign their own names, as in the case of Emigration my name as yet is not known in Liverpool at all in that line of Business. R. Hedlock as yet has carried on the Business & the ownly name known. I rejoice much that the covenants is recived to the Church & whare it can go in the prayer Channel, & will give us the privilege of printing it throughout England, Scotland, Ireland,
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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young, 1 October 1845

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    I soon saw every exhertion was makig to prejudice [illegible] against Br Clark, the spirit against him was of such a nature that I saw he could never work with Br Hedlock is fear the accusations against this was of such a nature & [illegible] to [illegible] I was obliged to make it almost my first [illegible] to hold up the the accusations against him to the fontain head though all is [wrigley] it appeared to me to be life great [illegible] any the mountains to to bring forth a [illegible], it ended in ...
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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young, 1 October 1845

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    [illegible] He would sooner walk away from me [illegible] to [illegible] me with what he was doing we have [illegible] a were [illegible] [illegible] for thee years he has reached it in his own name He is also [illegible] a part of it in his own name, I [illegible] he does all [illegible] in his own name without any [illegible] to me whatever as [illegible] Enegration [illegible] [illegible] & one would think from his [illegible] there he was lying a foundation to [illegible] gernerations to come [illegible] his own look in Liverpool He has been to much ...
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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young, 1 October 1845

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    I taken their unto my own possession & the [illegible] [illegible] also I have Br [illegible] to [illegible] that I [illegible] my name to go as [illegible] of the their so it has [illegible] a place that [illegible] took a decade need [illegible] [illegible] the [illegible], at they [illegible] [illegible] in a degree But I do not at the [illegible] this how the income & [illegible] go of the em[illegible] [illegible] to that keep his own book Hedws met [illegible] me upon the {illegible] of He [illegible] open [illegible] subject is so to rare one lends me what I ...