Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine

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  • Page 352

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

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    October 25, 1844 ~ Friday 25th I purchased a number of articles to take to my family, such as 1 gal oysters, crackers, oranges, lemons shugar, &c. took cars at Boston rode to Saco called at Luthers, from thence to Scarborough, found my wife & two children with Sister Foss. it was a happy meeting. I found Phebe Amelia much better than she had been for she had been sick nigh unto death but had began to recover. I walked ...
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    October 25, 1844 October 26, 1844 October 27, 1844 October 28, 1844 October 29, 1844 October 30, 1844
  • Page 359

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

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    November 21, 1844 ~ Thursday 21st After being blockaded with sickness with my children & friends in Scarboro for near a month & surrounded by great darkness during the time for it seems as though the destroyer was trying to hedge up my way to hender me on my mission, & whare the destroyer is their is darkness & sorrow, yet this I morning I feel like biursting their bands & going my way. I took cars at Saco in company with
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    November 21, 1844 November 22, 1844
  • Page 63

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    September 16, 1838 ~ Sunday Sept 16 Sunday I rode in company with Brother Fabyan Carter to Buxton & spent the day with Elder Towns -end we returned to Scarborough I spent the night at Sister Sarah Foss's distance of the day 20 miles September 17, 1838 ~ Monday 17 I spent the day at Father Carters reading the life of Lorenzo Dow September 18, 1838 ~ Tuesday 18 [FIGURE] I receieved a ...
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    September 16, 1838 September 17, 1838 September 18, 1838 September 19, 1838 September 21, 1838 September 22, 1838 September 23, 1838 September 24, 1838
  • Page 65

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    September 26, 1838 ~ Wednesday Sept 26th I rode to Elder James Townsend. I procured a two horse waggon of Mr William Harmon {for Sister Sarah Foss} & drew it to sister Sarah Foss's Elder Townsend returned with me distance of the day 20 m September 27, 1838 ~ Thursday 27th It is a dark cold rainy day & gloomy also, & what makes it more so the Camp of the Saints do not get a long ...
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    September 26, 1838 September 27, 1838 September 28, 1838 September 29, 1838 September 30, 1838
  • Page 66

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    October 1, 1838 ~ Monday Oct 1st It is unusally warm for the season. I conveyed Sister Rhoda Scamans home in a waggon we are still waiting in great anxiety for the camp to arive. O how slow they moove 10 miles October 2, 1838 ~ Tuesday 2nd Elder Townsend has this morning started for the east to look up the camp of the saints to see whare they are & what they are about that they do not get along [FIGURE] I wrote a letter ...
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    October 1, 1838 October 2, 1838 October 3, 1838 October 4, 1838
  • Page 67

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    & family, Ebenezer Carver & family & a young man by the name of Alonzo Thurstin. From Camden Daniel Whitley & family, from Scarborough Elder James Townsend & family, & Elder Willford Woodruff & family this camp consisted of 8 families the whole numbering 53 persons we had 10 waggons & 19 horses & after being set in order we rode to Saco 4 miles to Kenebunk 9 miles & camped for the night by a ...
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    October 5, 1838 October 6, 1838 October 7, 1838 October 8, 1838
  • Page 79

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    December 14, 1838 ~ Friday Dec 14th We travled to Paris Illinois from thence we crossed a part of the grand prairie to the distance of 15 miles the weather was plesent & warm the roads smooth & dusty I saw the prairies on fire we spent the night at the Inn of Isaac Kellar 25 December 15, 1838 ~ Saturday 15 We crossed an 18 mile prairie & put up for the night at the house of John Camel on the east fork of ...
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    December 14, 1838 December 15, 1838 December 16, 1838 December 17, 1838 December 18, 1838 December 19, 1838 December 20, 1838 December 21, 1838 December 31, 1838
  • Page 135

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

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    September 13, 1843 ~ Tuesday 13 I furnished the Editor of the American with an account of the accident. [FIGURE] I visited Br Ezra Carter & his family I wrote 2 letters one to the Editor of the Boston Bee giving an account of the accident & one to Elder Taylor with an account of the accident & sent him 10 subscribers for the papers & wrote a few words to Phebe. I had an interview with Aunt
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    September 12, 1843
  • Page 41

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    VISIT MY WIFE'S FOLKS—GO FISHING IN THE SEA. hold another meeting; but I felt anxious to continue my journey, and on the 20th of July I parted with my father, step-mother and sister, and took stage for Hartford with my wife. On my arrival at Hartford, not having money to pay the fare of both of us, I paid my wife's fare to Rowley, Mass., where there was a branch of the Church, presided ...
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    July 20, 1837 August 1, 1837 August 8, 1837 August 18, 1837 August 20, 1837
  • Page 48

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    LEAVES FROM MY JOURNAL. search out the blood of Ephraim, the honest and meek of the earth, and gather them from those islands, rocks, holes and caves of the earth unto Zion. We prayed, and rejoiced together. The Spirit of God rested upon us; we spoke of Christ and the ancient prophets and apostles in Jerusalem; of Nephi, Alma, Mormon and Moroni in America; Joseph, Hyrum,
    Dates:
    September 6, 1837 October 2, 1837