Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York

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  • Page 158

    Part of Journal (December 29, 1833 – January 3, 1838)

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    June 12, 1837 ~ Monday June 12th I took the parting hand with Elders Page & Blakesley & many other saints & travled in company with 6 other brethren to the branch of church in leeds distance 30 miles We met together in the evening at Brother Carnes & bore testimony to the work in which we are ingaged Elders John Goodson, H. Hale M Holmes & John Snider followed each other ...
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    June 12, 1837 June 13, 1837 June 14, 1837 June 15, 1837 June 16, 1837
  • Page 159

    Part of Journal (December 29, 1833 – January 3, 1838)

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    twelve in leaveing New York for England on the 20th day of JUNE AD 1837 to carry glad tidings of salvation to the inhabitants of Europe. Heber C Kimble & Orson Hyde were the first appointed to open the kingdom to England they are the two twelve above spoken of and will leave America on the 20th for that purpose accompanied by five other brethren. May the God of Israel be with them & make them an instrument in his hands of ...
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    June 17, 1837 June 18, 1837 June 19, 1837 June 20, 1837
  • Page 341

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

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    September 21, 1844 ~ Saturday 21st A vary high wind so much so the boats stoped saying they were wind bound. but it is an odd thhing to be wind bound in the locks of a canal we traveld about 1 mile to day September 22, 1844 ~ Sunday 22nd Traveled about 9 miles and came to lake Ontario we left the canal & entered lake Ontario at 6 oclok Sunday night sail well untill midnight September 23, 1844 ~Monday 23rd A gale ...
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    September 21, 1844 September 22, 1844 September 23, 1844 September 24, 1844 September 25, 1844 September 26, 1844
  • Page 297

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

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    July 23, 1844 ~ Tuesday 23rd Tuesday I took the parting hand with father and mother with great satisfaction a peculier charm was thrown around my soul as I left the threshhold of my fathers house, having the confidence that if I never see my father in the flesh again I shall meet him again ^in^ the first resurrection. I had a desire in my heart that all the ordinances of the fulness of the gospel might also be administered unto
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    July 23, 1844 July 24, 1844 July 25, 1844 July 26, 1844
  • Page 369

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

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    A synopsis of the travels and labours of W. Woodruff. In A.D. 1844 Travelled in the UNITED STATES And CANADA and visited the following towns and Cities Towns and Cities States Towns & Cities States Nauvoo Illinois Colebrook Conn Laharp [Illinois] Farmington [Conn] Monmouth [Illinois] Hartford [Conn] Princeton [Illinois] New Haven [Conn] Ottaway [Illinois]
  • Page 68

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

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    October 9, 1838 ~ Tuesday Oct 9th We travled to Groton 18 miles to Townsend 10 to Ashby 2 miles & camped for the night at Mr Calvin Hodgman & found the people exceding kind which has been the case thus far on the journey our babe is now in good health & vary quiet & rides in her swing cradle with great ease distance 30 m October 10, 1838 ~ Wednesday 10 We rode to
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    October 9, 1838 October 10, 1838 October 11, 1838 October 12, 1838 October 13, 1838 October 14, 1838 October 15, 1838 October 16, 1838 October 17, 1838 October 18, 1838 October 19, 1838 October 20, 1838 October 21, 1838 October 22, 1838
  • Page 103

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    the regular time of steemboats is 12 hours the cause of this delay is taking so many boats in tow inform Dr Bernhisel that it would be wisdom for the Saints to take a steemboat that will come thro ugh in 12 hours to Albany, if the luggage is no more than what the Captain will carry for it is better to give $1.50 cts to Albany in 12 hours than 50 cts in 36 hours & $ pay 1.50 cts for board during that ...
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    September 11, 1841 September 12, 1841
  • Page 39

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    SICK HEALED BY THE LAYING ON OF HANDS. upon her head and commanded the devil, in the name of Jesus Christ, to depart out of her. It was immediately done, and the woman arose with great joy, and gave thanks and praise unto God; for, according to her faith, she was made whole from that hour. A child, also, that was sick, was healed by the laying on of hands, according to the word of God. We walked thirty miles to visit another branch of ...
  • Page 3

    Part of Autobiography 1858 Deseret News

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    THE DESERET NEWS. TRUTH AND LIBERTY. No. 20. FILLMORE CITY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1858. VOL VIII. [Column 1] HISTORY OF WILFORD WOODRUFF. (FROM HIS OWN PEN.) -[CONTINUED.]- MAY 31—I left my wife and friends in Kirt- land, and walked to Fairport with bro. Hale; we were joined by Milton Holmes, and took the steamer Sandusky and arrived in Buffalo June 1st, and
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    May 31, 1837 June 1, 1837 June 4, 1837 June 10, 1837 June 12, 1837 June 16, 1837 June 19, 1837 June 20, 1837 June 21, 1837 June 22, 1837 June 23, 1837 August 1, 1837 August 7, 1837 August 10, 1837 August 18, 1837 August 19, 1837 September 6, 1837 October 2, 1837 October 3, 1837 October 4, 1837 October 5, 1837 October 6, 1837 October 9, 1837 November 2, 1837 November 15, 1837 November 15, 1837 January 15, 1838 February 13, 1838 March 8, 1838 March 22, 1838 April 4, 1838 April 11, 1838 April 28, 1838 May 7, 1838 May 11, 1838
  • Page 19

    Part of Autobiography 1865 Millennial Star

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    (Continued from page 265.) HISTORY OF WILFORD WOODRUFF. -[FROM HIS OWN PEN.]- May 5—While laboring for Joseph Young, Kirtland was visited with a sudden storm of wind and rain, a cur- rent passed south of the Temple in the form of a whirlwind or tornado, which destroyed and injured several build- ings, it crushed one of Joseph Young's buildings, and removed the one we were in some 10 feet, but no person was injured. ...
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    May 5, 1837 May 10, 1837 May 31, 1837 June 1, 1837 June 4, 1837 July 6, 1837 July 10, 1837