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 11

    Part of Letter to Brigham Young, 1 October 1845

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    [illegible] Wilhas send if they a man will their in the office is that was the [illegible]. I was not needed in [illegible] [illegible] has been a quite meaningful are that they were [illegible] they wanted [illegible] yet pay [illegible] for what they done today all there things into consideration I do not think they will go right here until Br Hedlack is called [illegible] & [illegible] the [illegible] over unto my [illegible] I shall then now what make is is in but the way he is doing [illegible] so much out of right was he ...
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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young, 1 October 1845

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    13 I think I have said enough upon this subject I [illegible] let out what was in my head & I fell a good dead Both Any earned you love to give me I will abide by it [illegible] to the last of my [illegible], when men [illegible] to pull me down have they try to pull you down & when they pull you down they pull the kingdom og god down, But thank God they can't come in, I know that God is with you & I know he is with me in this land & ...
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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young, 1 October 1845

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    I love perhaps it is due Elder Hedlack & Ward to say that in the midst of all our affairs theirs has been no [illegible] manifest by their that they nead to [illegible] & lead the work, but to keep what power & influence thy hand & get name of thy [illegible] even if it was of my [illegible] they had been [illegible] against & president [illegible] the church & thy earth not get it [illegible] [illegible] heard that their presidency [illegible] when I came I have written a letter to you about ...
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    Part of Letter from Dan Jones, 26 February 1845

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    Please to give my kind regard to my Wife's also to Sister Woodruff & little Susan. to Br. & Sister Clark, Br Hadlock, Ward, Wilson, Holmes, Hardy & Br. Stratton if at Lpool, & all Saints, & may their united, & ffervent prayers be heard in heaven in behalf of my brothren acording to the flesh, that they may be ho't to rejoice in the glorious liberty of ...
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    Part of Letter from Elisha Hildebrand Davis, 27 March 1846

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    The saints seem anxious to swell the capitol of the Joint stock company. Brother Hedlock informs me that a Brother Russell of New Brunswick will have a new ship of 650 tons burthen ready for sea by next october, & he will take near half the value of it in stock. So you see the Lord works when we work, & who can hinder, yester day I had a letter from Capt Jones of Wales he ...
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    Part of Letter from Maryan Emmett and Mary Douglas, 25 June 1845

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    Clithero June 23rd 1845 Dear brother in christ i now take up my pen to right to you hoping to find you in good health as it leaves me at pressent since you left us we boath ^have^ and maney Temptation and if we were to give way to them we soon ^shuld be^ over come i thing a great Deal of wat you said to me while you where h^e^ar at maney times i feel temted almost To give way the lord has hether too brought ^us^ we still feiel to ...
    Dates:
    June 25, 1845
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    Part of Letter from Parley Parker Pratt, 12 June 1845

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    [Upside down text] Do according to wisdom as to emigration either by the Southern route or northen. P. P. Pratt Boston June 19th 1845 Dear Br. Woodruff, I Rec'd your letter last evening by the Hand of Elder Menell, who has arived in safety after a Boisterous Passage of 7 weeks. I also Rec'd one from Elder Charles Miller of Man'r Containing two half Crowns, from a sister from Oldham. and Many Kind Remembrances. I also Rec'd ...
    Dates:
    June 19, 1845
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    Part of Letter from Parley Parker Pratt, 12 June 1845

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    But I donot complain, the saints have done well in tithing, and in sending their, arms and means to Nauvoo, and in Contributing to Wm, Smith G. J. Adams and many others who have served them, and of course where such men as we came along and donot whince nor plead necessity nor beg, why we want nothing, or June do they are dreaned, and their Pockets empty. I now want to go home, but I can neither Borrow nor beg the means at present ...
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    June 12, 1845
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    Part of Letter from Samuel Brannan, 26 December 1845

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    effect upon the saints than water does upon oil it sinks to the bottom and the oil rises to the surface—their faith is not in the arm of flesh, nor to be poluted by a lying spirit. Wm Smith has not made his appearance yet in this country neither do I think he will until I am gone—which if the Lord will, will be on the first of February. I was in hopes until I received your letter that you would sail from England about the time I should and we should ...
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    Part of Letter from Reuben Hedlock, 10 April 1846

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    you will see by the amount of temple mony sent by Brother Fielding that I am a little short but the Reason was the pressure upon me after you left for the mony borroed on Books But I have received a little since about € 10, in all and I will remit it the first oportunity or lay it out to order and send the articals to Callifornia which Ever is desiered I shall keep an account of all and when I see the twelve or the person who meeeds me I will account with them ...