Sarah Brown Woodruff

Sarah Brown Woodruff (1834-1909) was born 1 Jan. 1834 in Henderson, Jefferson Co., New York. She was the daughter of Harry Brown and Rhoda North. She was sealed to Wilford Woodruff on 15 Mar. 1853 in Great Salt Lake City, Great Salt Lake Co., Utah Territory, and they had eight children. She died 9 May 1909 in Smithfield, Cache Co., Utah.

Footnotes

Sarah Brown (KWJ8-ZBF), “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 8 Feb. 2022). Sarah Brown Woodruff, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/sarah-brown-woodruff, accessed 8 Feb. 2022). Sarah Brown Woodruff, The First Fifty Years of Relief Society (https://www.churchhistorianspress.org/the-first-fifty-years-of-relief-society/people/sarah-brown-woodruff?letter=W&lang=eng, accessed 17 Jan. 2022).

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  • Page 402

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    April 30, 1879 ~ Wednesday [FIGURES] Aprill 30, 1879 I wrote 13 Letters to Bleak, McAllister, Farnsworth D H Cannon, Julia Spencer 2 to Wilford, Nuttall 2 to Jaques Elias Smith & B Young May 1, 1879 ~ Thursday May 1. I wrote 4 Letters to Phebe, Susan, Eugenia & Robert ...
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    April 30, 1879 May 1, 1879 May 2, 1879 May 3, 1879 May 4, 1879
  • Page 416

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    June 28, 1879 Church was then Presented and sustained Br Lot Smith then spoke 25 M. Several Missionaries were then called Br Lake spoke 25 M, W Woodruff spoke 34 M, L Haws 17, Jesse N Smith 5 M. June 29, 1879 ~ Sunday June 29 Sunday Met at 10 oclok, Br Mann Prayed, W Woodruff then Read 121 sec in D.C. & 130 sec 15 to 21 verses and spoke One hour & 20 M, & ...
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    June 29, 1879 June 30, 1879 July 1, 1879 July 2, 1879 July 3, 1879
  • Page 417

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    July 3, 1879 Joseph James 3 M, Br Wright 5 M, Lot Smith 15 M Samuel Jones 5 Br Flake 8 M, Lot Smith 5 M, W Woodruff 40 M, and the Meeting closed. Word came to us that a child 8 years of age Belonging to Moses & Elizabeth Curtis was Drowned below the dam at the Mill. He belonged to Brigham City I received two ^[FIGURE]^ letter from Phebe ...
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    July 4, 1879 July 5, 1879 July 6, 1879 July 7, 1879 July 8, 1879 July 9, 1879 July 10, 1879
  • Page 440

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    Sept 16, 1879 I ordained Charles Edward Richardson a seventy and gave him a lisence September 17, 1879 ~ Wednesday 17. [FIGURE] I wrote one letter of 12 pages to Moses Thatcher and gave him an account of my mission September 18, 1879 ~ Thursday 18 I killed 6 ducks this morning I wrote 3 letters to J D T. McAllister 4 pages Farnsworth 6 & 2 to another September 19, 1879 ~ Friday ...
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    September 17, 1879 September 18, 1879 September 19, 1879 September 20, 1879 September 21, 1879 September 22, 1879 September 23, 1879 September 24, 1879 September 25, 1879 September 26, 1879 September 27, 1879
  • Page 455

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    November 4, 1879 ~ Tuesday Nov 4 1879 [FIGURES] we drove to Sunset I received 3 letters from John Taylor M Thatcher & S Roskelly & $5 in Money I spent the Evening in council November 5, 1879 ~ Wednesday 5 [FIGURE] I received a letter to day from Br Johnson at the ferry Brother Lot Smith returned from the Mountains to day we spent the Evening in conversation The Teacher visited me
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    November 4, 1879 November 5, 1879 November 6, 1879 November 7, 1879 November 8, 1879 November 9, 1879 November 10, 1879
  • Page 464

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    Dec 16, 1879 I wrote a letter of 10 pages to A M Musser and gave him an account of my visit to the 7 Indian villages and sent him a copy of the two Letters on the timber question [FIGURES] I dreamed at night that President Taylor was sealing all in the Church Plural marriages to them that wished it. we met in the council of the 12 I thought the glory of God rested upon us and we done all our work openly and the government had ...
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    December 17, 1879 December 18, 1879 December 19, 1879 December 20, 1879 December 21, 1879 December 22, 1879
  • Page 474

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    January 23, 1880 ~ Friday Jan 23, 1880 Br Johnson the shepherd went to sunset I went a hunting with my Needle gun I found a drove of 100 Antilope they run out into the park I tryed to run into them horsback but could not get near Enough to kill any I travelled during the day 20 Mils January 24, 1880 ~ Saturday 24 Br McNeal & myself went out again today sayw 50 got none 15 M January 25, 1880 ~ ...
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    January 23, 1880 January 24, 1880 January 25, 1880 January 26, 1880
  • Page 477

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    Feb 1, 1880 with the cold which seemed remarkable to me considering my age having passed through seventy ^three^ winters. On my arival at [FIGURE] I had a package of 18 letters awaiting me from Georg Reynolds J Jaques, Henry A Woodruff, M F Farnsworth, J G Bleak, J McAllister D H Cannon, G. Q. Cannon, G Teasdale, L. J. Nuttall, Warren ...
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    February 2, 1880 February 3, 1880 February 4, 1880 February 5, 1880 February 6, 1880 February 7, 1880
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter to Emma Smith Woodruff, 22 January 1877

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    in the sealing Ceremony so as to wash in the Departing, president Young is now getting better able to wash some without his crookes & think He will soon be with us in the Temple Sister Hiram Kimball, Sister Grant, & Brothe & Siste Teusaed are here they pretend to say they never saw me look so well in there home as I do now, but I expect this is some flatery, I want to the you take care of this letter & not ...
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    Part of Letter from Susan Woodruff Scholes, 13 August 1877

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    [LEFT SIDE] hopers have eat up our corn and it will be hard scraching to live this year Eugenia has a bean this after noon and she cannot write Robt cannot sell the farm for one quater of its value every one here are trying to sell meny are lease ing with out selling if you could come out and make us A viset the girls are not atending School this fall. We have A few Aples on some of the oldest trees I reseaved the five Dolars you sent and have hought A ...