Susan Cornelia Woodruff Scholes

Scholes, Susan Cornelia Woodruff (1843-1897), was the fourth daughter of Phebe (Phoebe) Whittemore Carter and Wilford Woodruff. Born on 25 Jul. 1843, in Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois. She accompanied her parents to England for their mission in 1844-1846 and for their mission to the Eastern States from 1848-1850. Susan migrated to the Great Salt Lake Valley, Utah Territory with the family arriving on 14 Oct. 1850. She married Robert Scholes on 30 Jan. 1859. Susan was the mother of 7 children, 4 girls and 3 boys. Robert and Susan moved their family to Onawa, Iowa. Susan died in Iowa in 1897. She was buried in the Woodruff plot in the Salt Lake City Cemetery.

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  • Page 102

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

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    Mrs Woodruff informing me of the birth of a daughter 17 days after I left home the babe not 3 days old when I left home, mother & child doing [FIGURE] well I was truly glad to hear from home I dined with Br Ilus Carter I [FIGURE] wrote a letter in answer to Mrs Woodruff & attended meeting with the Saints & spent the night with Br Foster August 25, 1843 ~ Friday 25th I attended baptism in ...
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    August 25, 1843 August 26, 1843
  • Page 190

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

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    WILLFORD. WOODRUFF's FAMILY RECORD Names Born Married Died Age ^4th Gen^ Willford Woodruff Phebe W. Carter March 1. 1807 March 8 1807 April 13 1837 April 13 1837 Nov. 10/85 Nov. 10/85 ^y 78 6M^ SARAH EMMA 5. Gen WILLFORD OWEN ...
  • Page 193

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

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    Robert Scholes ^Born Nov 19. 1835^ Married to Susan Cornelia Woodruff Dughter of Wilford & Phebe W. Woodruff. Jan 30. 1859 Names Births Marriages Deaths Age Eugenia Amelia 20 minuts to 3 oclock Mar 21st 1860 ^Nov 3rd 1883^ Phebe Carter Oct 6 1862 ...
  • Page 84

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

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    why yet remains a secret. He did not ask us our names untill we left next morning distance 10 m July 20, 1843 ~ Thursday 20th We walked 2 miles to Br Jackson who was cradling wheat we went with him to his house he gave us a sovreign to assist us on our Journey we then walked back to the City of Cincinnati & we were weary with our Journey making 15 miles we had walked 14 mi July 21, 1843 ~ Friday ...
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    July 20, 1843 July 21, 1843 July 22, 1843 July 23, 1843 July 24, 1843 July 25, 1843 July 26, 1843
  • Page 94

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

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    and Br Wm Booth & then walked home with Br Booth to the Borough then return back to Br Joiners & retired to rest quite weary the whole distance of the day 20 miles June 18, 1845 ~ Wednesday 18th We had a visit a few moments this morning from Sister Sangiovanna she brought us a regular built Jonnycake made out of American Indian corn meal for our breakfast, gave me a new stock & Mrs
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    June 18, 1845
  • Page 348

    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 354

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

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    the stern windows, filled the first cabin with so much water that the trunks & baggage was all afloat destroyed much of the baggage of the passe- ngers, some water came into our cabin but no damage done, the first & second cabin was on deck towards evening the sea was piled up like mountains when we were in the troth of the sea waves would arise at our stern as high as the top of the mizzen mast & seemed almost impossible for the ship to arise soon enough to save the sea from breaking over her, but she ...
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    December 13, 1844 December 14, 1844 December 15, 1844 December 16, 1844
  • Page 138

    Part of Journal (January 1854 – December 1859)

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    Called upon to go on Missions to Europe & to go with Brother Blair West on an exploring tour. Elder Thomas Bullock our chief Clerk in the Historians office August 11, 1856 ~ Monday 11 I put in 28 Apricott buds this morning into plum & peach stocks I spent the day in the office. The First Presidency B. Young H. C. Kimball & J. M. Grant spent the afternoon with us to day in hearing ...
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    August 11, 1856 August 12, 1856 August 13, 1856 August 14, 1856 August 15, 1856 August 16, 1856
  • Page 105

    Part of Journal (January 1854 – December 1859)

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    January 1, 1856 ~ Tuesday JAN. 1st 1856 Tuesday I spent the day at home writing January 2, 1856 ~ Wednesday Tuesday 2d I spent the day in Joint session. All the officers of the Territory were Elected the Judges, & Notary Public of the cou[n]ties The commissioners, Treasurers, Auditors, Marshalls, surveyors & Attorney Generals, The Chancellors & Regency of the University of Deserett. I was appointed as one of the Regency. January 3, 1856 ~ Thursday 3d I spent the day In the council ...
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    January 1, 1856 January 2, 1856 January 3, 1856 January 4, 1856 January 5, 1856 January 6, 1856
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    Part of Journal (January 1854 – December 1859)

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    mormon to the various Indians Chiefs from the Cherekees to Florida. He gave Ross the Cherikee chief one he made many remarks upon that subject. He made one Error in saying that the Indians would not imbrace the work of God or be gathered by the Gospel untill they had gone through among the Gentiles & trodden them down as the Book of mormon declairs. But the book of Morm- on declairs that they shall be gathered He was followed by Lorenzo Snow & Samuel ...
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    December 15, 1855 December 16, 1855