Sarah Elinor Brown Woodruff Lamb

Sarah Elinor (Eleanor) Brown Woodruff Lamb (1827-1914) was born 22 Aug. 1827 in Vinalhaven, Hancock Co., Maine. She was the daughter of Charles Brown and Mary Arey. She was sealed to Wilford Woodruff on 2 Aug. 1846 in Cutler's Park, Nebraska Territory; separated twenty-six days later. She married Lisbon Lamb on 15 Feb. 1849 in Kanesville, Pottawattamie Co., Iowa, and they had three children. She died 25 Dec. 1914 in Farmington, Davis Co., Utah.

Footnotes

Sarah Elinor Brown (KWNL-HWV), “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 26 Oct. 2022). Sarah Elinor Brown Woodruff Lamb, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/sarah-elinor-brown-woodruff-lamb, accessed 24 Oct. 2022). “Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1965,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 25 Oct. 2022); Sarah E. Lamb, 25 Dec. 1914, Farmington, Davis Co., Utah, certificate 98, series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah; DGS 2229567. Davis County Clipper, “Sarah E. Lamb Passed Away Christmas Day” (Bountiful, Utah), 1 Jan. 1915, vol. 24, p. 4; database with images, Utah Digital Newspapers (https://digitalnewspapers.org/, accessed 25 Oct. 2022). "Town and vital records, 1785-1892," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 24 Oct. 2022); Charles Brown and Mary Arey, marriage, 20 Jul, 1826, Vinalhaven, Hancock Co., Maine, p. 303; citing Vinalhaven, Knox Co., Maine, Town Clerk, image 171/837; DGS 7596929. "Iowa, County Marriages, 1838-1934," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 25 Oct. 2022); Lisbon Lamb and Sarah E. Brown, 15 Feb. 1849, Kanesville, Pottawattamie Co., Iowa, p. 6; citing Pottawattamie County, Iowa, Clerk of the District Court, “Marriage records, 1848-1930,” image 26/285; DGS 4309525.

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  • Page 268

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    July 29, 1846 ~ Wednesday 29th Mrs Woodruff was quit unwell this morning in consequence of the exposure through the night we had A warm plesant day And A busy time in drying beds goods &c sundry articles July 30, 1846 ~ Thursday 30th spent the day Hunting Cattle July 31, 1846 ~ Friday 31st Went to the river with 12 yoke of cattle & 5 men of our company to draw up waggons from the river it was an exeeding hot ...
    Dates:
    July 29, 1846 July 30, 1846 July 31, 1846 August 1, 1846 August 2, 1846
  • Page 270

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    all business appertaining to the settlement during the winter. we had a council with col Cane some important things were said A resolution formed to address fcertain resolutions to the Hon president Polk with expressions of gratitude for his kindness to the Latter day saints in arming 500 of them & planting them in Calafornia And paying them as soldiers & offering other privileges spoke against Gov Boggs being Governor of California & Oregon As his friends were trying to make him. President Young ...
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    August 8, 1846
  • Page 277

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    August 26, 1846 ~ Wednesday 26th Rode to the Mo River & crossed the ferry two of the Omahas were with us to the cold spring, shot there steel pointed arrows to divert us, we dined at Peter Haws on the way, at the Cold Springs I saw Br E Snow & several families from there we rode to the Camp of Israel on the way we were in sight of the Omahas village or lodges which was quite A pleasant ...
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    August 26, 1846 August 27, 1846
  • Page 278

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    his son was A young chief called Young Elk there were also present about 60 old men and Braves. As it was late we adjourned the council untill tomorrow morning we met in council among ourselves & done business. Among other things appointed 3 men to buy up the cattle & sell beef which was Lorenzo Young C. P. Lott & A. Cutler August 28, 1846 ~ Friday 28th [FIGURE] Met in council this morning with the Omaho's chiefs & braves ...
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    August 28, 1846 August 29, 1846
  • Page 279

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    said upon the subject. They manifested a disposition to live els whare and I wished them to do so if they would not conduct better Elder Richards prophe- syed to them in the name of the Lord that they would see the day that they would be willing to have there right arm severed from there body if that would restore them to the place & station they were now loosing. but in consequence of there bad conduct I sent Caroline to her Father ...
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    August 30, 1846 August 31, 1846
  • Page 282

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    we met some wolves in the road but they left before we got near enough to shot them. we arived home about 9 oclok at night 15 miles September 6, 1846 ~ Sunday 6th Sunday I was sick all day and did not leave my bed untill near night. Br Joseph ^Young^ Arived in camp & preached to day was followed by Brigham Young good instruction was given. Two young men was whiped 30 blows with Hickory gads upon the bare back by the Marshall of the city ...
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    September 6, 1846 September 7, 1846 September 8, 1846
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Mary Ann Jackson, 29 December 1853

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    Dec th29 1853 Mr Woodruff Sir You would oblige me by forwarding those articles of which you made a memorandum the ballance of which remains --2 dress pattern^s^ 5 yds Cotton Cloth -- 6 of flannel - 1 pair of Blankets -- 1 pair of strong shoes - for myself -- stocking yarn - warm Cloth for James common clothing -- and a Hat for James -- linings Thread -- Silk Buttons -- to make the garments alredy received --also I would be glad you send me some groceries - soap - Candles and a ...
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    December 29, 1853