Susan Cornelia Woodruff Scholes

Susan Cornelia Woodruff Scholes (1843-1897) was born 25 Jul. 1843 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois. She was the fourth child of Wilford Woodruff and Phebe Whittemore Carter. She married Robert Scholes on 30 Jan. 1859 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah, and they had seven children. She died in 1897 in Sioux, Woodbury Co., Iowa.

Footnotes

Susan Cornelia Woodruff (KWVG-XRZ), Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 10 Feb. 2022). Susan Cornelia Woodruff Scholes, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/susan-cornelia-woodruff-scholes, accessed 19 Mar. 2022). Susan Woodruff, The Emmeline B. Wells Diaries (https://www.churchhistorianspress.org/search?q=%22Susan+Woodruff%22&lang=eng, accessed 10 Feb. 2022). Susan Cornelia Woodruff Scholes, The First Fifty Years of Relief Society (https://www.churchhistorianspress.org/the-first-fifty-years-of-relief-society/people/susan-cornelia-woodruff-scholes, accessed 17 Jan. 2022).

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  • Page 149

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

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    ten minutes As with the voice of God for I was constrained by the voice [&] spirit of God thus to speak & reprove sin when I closed the council felt that it was right It put a veto upon there drinking Ardent spirits & Mault liquor to assist them to preach the gospel several told me at the close that I had opened there eyes upon the subject, we had a good time & we A profitable meeting we spent the night at Br [blank] distance of the day 25 ...
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    October 7, 1845 October 8, 1845 October 9, 1845 October 10, 1845 October 11, 1845 October 12, 1845 October 13, 1845 October 14, 1845
  • Page 161

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

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    November 2, 1845 ~ Sunday 2nd Oct Sunday I attended meeting in the Afternoon & communed with the Saints & spoke to them. Our child has been vary sick for several days we have lade hands upon it & anointed with oil in the name of the Lord And it is now recovering fast 6 November 3, 1845 ~ Monday 3rd [FIGURES] I recieved 3 letters from Glasgow & wrote 3. Elder Ward And myself went over the river to visit A vary sick sister with a ...
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    November 2, 1845 November 3, 1845 November 4, 1845 November 5, 1845 November 6, 1845
  • Page 163

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

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    November 13, 1845 ~ Thursday 13th [FIGURES] I recieved 2 letters wrote 2. I went over the river Mercy called upon Mr Farington & dined with Elders Hedlock & Ward 10 m November 14, 1845 ~ Friday 14th [FIGURES] I recieved 4 letters wrote 3 I recieved the Nauvoo Neighbor of Sept 24 And N York Messenger All bearing tidings of the procedings of the mob & that the saints were still sustained in the City of
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    November 13, 1845 November 14, 1845 November 15, 1845 November 16, 1845 November 17, 1845 November 18, 1845
  • Page 172

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

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    December 22, 1845 ~ Sunday 22nd Sunday I Attended Meeting in the Afternoon communed with the people & addressed them several spoke Br & Sister Enion was present with our little girl who has been living with them for a length of time after meeting I walked with them to the boat as they had to cross the River Mercy to Rockferry I spent the night at home 6 December 23, 1845 ~ Tuesday ...
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    December 22, 1845 December 23, 1845 December 24, 1845
  • Page 173

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

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    were attended to that are perform by the catholicks at high mass on Christma eve After there offering incense they presented sumthink to represent Jesus in swadling clothse. After which the meeting broke up And we returned to our homes at 2 oclok at night this was the first time I had ever attended High mass 12 miles December 25, 1845 ~ Thursday 25th CHRISTMAS DAY this is the second Christmas I have spent in Englang I took cab in company with ...
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    December 25, 1845
  • Page 189

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

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    in Plainness for not remembering his promise to me of A Debt of £30 but vary smoothly past it by without either paying the debt or refering to it in his letter to me January 20, 1846 ~ Tuesday 220th I spent the day at the office And a hard days work it was in trying to settle my accou- nts & wind up m[y] business & be prepared to put of at half past 9 ock I took steemer to Rock ferry cross the Mercy & ...
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    January 20, 1846 January 21, 1846
  • Page 250

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    May 28, 1846 ~ Thursday 28th We rode to Farmington I rode to the whole company bought there flour at Farmington I bought flour 4 barrels we crossed the Desmoin River at the Farmington ferry went out 4 mile & camped got [got durg] our waggon out 25 miles from Nauvoo 25 mile May 29, 1846 ~ Friday 29th we lay still through the day with our teems. I reloaded my waggons And sent back to ...
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    May 28, 1846 May 29, 1846 May 30, 1846 May 31, 1846 June 1, 1846 June 2, 1846 June 3, 1846 June 4, 1846
  • Page 209

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    & fired upon the people and killed 21 and wounded 33 the spirit of Mobing has been Manifest evry since in New York and the spirit of Mobing war confusion and anarchy is appearing all ove[r] the Earth. A mob of late arose in Canida of 7000, surrounded t[he] Parliament House broke in the windows stoned & egged the Govornour Lord Elgin & all members of Parliament burnt the Parliament House to the ground & all the Canidia Canadian Record[s] for 5000 years war is poured out upon all
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    May 15, 1849 May 16, 1849 May 17, 1849 May 18, 1849
  • Page 230

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    September 12, 1849 ~ Wednesday 12th [FIGURE] I wrote two letters one to Allexander Badlam & one to Calvin I Foss of San Francisco sent by Brother Baldwin Sister Baldwin was attacked at our house this morning with sumthing like the cholera we laid Hands upon her & rebuked the desease & she was healed almost instan- ly got up dressed herself eat breakfast & went into Boston. September 13, 1849 ~ Thursday 13th I rode ...
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    September 12, 1849 September 13, 1849 September 14, 1849 September 15, 1849 September 16, 1849 September 17, 1849 September 18, 1849
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    the grave of John C Campbell & a child buried to day from Br Snows company of cholera June 28, 1850 ~ Friday 28 Our Teamsters had another blow up this morning 5 or 6 gold diggers who were driving baggage waggons said they would leave their object was to take advantage of our situation & compel us to pay high wages for driving I told them they might quit as quick as they pleased And they would none of them go I turned off Williams ...
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    June 28, 1850 June 29, 1850 June 30, 1850 July 1, 1850 July 2, 1850 July 3, 1850 July 4, 1850 July 5, 1850