Samuel A. Dam

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  • Page 348

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

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    slips of paper on the ground from whence he rose Br Whitmore picked up one of them & read the following words (Emma is not worthy of me) he wished to read the others but the person with him picked them up & put them in his pocket & did not let him read them; At the close of my meeting Elder Brannan prefered a charge against Elder Hardy for slander so did Elder Adams ...
    Dates:
    October 13, 1844 October 14, 1844
  • Page 294

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

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    be persecuted if they endured to the end they should be saved. This generation speak much about the clouds and weather they disern the face of the sky but why can they not disern the signs of the times. The fig trees are leaving and all things indicate the second advent of Christ. Elder B Young arose and said he felt disposed to add his testimony, be of good cheer, the testiment is not in force while the Testator liveth when he died it was in force so it is ...
    Dates:
    July 19, 1844
  • Page 207

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    May 4, 1849 ~ Friday 4th I took cars rode to New Haven, & spent the night with J. S. 13 m May 5, 1849 ~ Saturday 5th I parted with Father Jairus Sandford. After orda ining Br Sherman Barnes to the Office of an Elder, I took the cars rode to Boston, and arived home with my family in the edge of the evening, & found them well, after being absent more than a month, I ...
    Dates:
    May 4, 1849 May 5, 1849 May 6, 1849 May 7, 1849 May 8, 1849 May 9, 1849
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to Samuel Dam, 8 May 1849

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    Boston Mass May 8th/49 Elder Sal^m^l Dam Sir I have Just arived home From A long Mission to the West and Seeing Some Companies leave Philadelphia for the valley I recived yours of the 25th and hasten to Reply By Saying that I have long been Desirous to Know your address and have Written to others in order to obtain it that I Might addess you upon A Subject touching your interest This being the first time I have known your address Though at this late hour ...
    Dates:
    May 8, 1849
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Samuel Dam, 8 May 1849

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    And Bringing Reproach upon the Cause you Will Find Bro Dam that honsty and truth is the Best Policy. you Did Not Do Right in Comeing to Me And Proffessing innocence When you had been taken up in Philadelphia and your papers over hauled By the Police and the Justice and had to Call on Bro Appleby and Gibson to Get Released and by your Pleading innocence I Signed your licence if you have A Desire to have A Namecard to Rise With the Church you Will Comply ...
  • Page 4

    Part of Letter to Samuel Dam, 8 May 1849

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    Copy of A letter Sent to Saml Dam May the 8th 1849
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Samuel Dam, 25 March 1849

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    Mr Willford Woodruff Boston Mass Care of Silas P Barnes Samuel Dam March 25th 1849 Answered May the 8th 1849 his licenced Called for
    Dates:
    March 25, 1849
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter from Samuel Dam, 25 March 1849

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    Trenton Mi March 25 1849 Dear Brother Woodruff it is Pleasure that Take my pen to inform you of my health and Location at the present immediately after I saw you in Boston I left for Sulivan this State where I found my wifes Reatives they were anxious to see her and sent her money to Pay her Pasage on to make them A visit her health being very poor I thought I might be a benefit to and I acordingly wrote to her to come if she desired to my She acordingly came an arived ...