Thomas Atkin Jr.

Thomas Atkin Jr. commented on mission assignment responses that were sent to Wilford Woodruff from 1887 to 1898.

Footnotes

Thomas Atkin Jr. (LB55-JTD), “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 30 Nov. 2022). Thomas Atkin Jr., Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/thomas-atkin-jr, accessed 30 Nov. 2022).

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    Part of Letter from John McKellar, 7 January 1889

    Excerpt:
    Tooele city, Jan. 7, 1889 President Wilford Woodruff Dear Brother, In answer to your letter which I recieved a few days ago, to start on a mission to Great Britian on the 9th day of april of this year, that I will be ready to start on the mission on that date. John McKellar Thomas Atkin Bp Tooele Ward ...
    Dates:
    January 7, 1889
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    Part of Letter from Alvin Asa Walters, 13 January

    Excerpt:
    Tooele City January 13th 1889 Pres. Wilford Woodruff Dear Brother I receivied yours of the 3rd in which you notify me of my services being required to fill a mission to Great Britian and also to know my feelings in regard to this call I feel that I am a very weak instrumet to Proclaim the Gospel of peace But with the help of my Havenly Father I will go and do the best I can and will be ready by the 9th of April 1889 Yours Respectfully
    Dates:
    January 13, 1889
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    Part of Letter from John Elof Johnson, 12 January 1889

    Excerpt:
    to get ready to start, unless further notified, on the date named in your letter. Your brother in the gospel, John E. Johnson. Thomas Atkin Bp Tooele Ward
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    Part of Letter from George M. Pickett, 19 December 1887

    Excerpt:
    Lord will be ready to start on the time set. Respectfully your Bro in the Gospel Geo M Pickett Thomas Atkin Jr Bp Tooele Ward [upside down text] Geo. M. Pickett 19 Dec. 1887 [end of upside-down text]
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    Part of Letter from Henry Beauchamp Dolling, 12 June 1890

    Excerpt:
    Tooele City. June 12th 1890. President Wilford Woodruff Dear Brother I recived your letter, it being a call for me to go on a mission to New Zealand. I am willing to go and labour to the best of my ability, knowing that we have the gospel in its fullness, and that we have authority to carry the same to the nations of the Earth, and that it is for a blessing and for the glory of those who will recived it. I am your ...
    Dates:
    June 12, 1890
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    Part of Letter from John K. Orme, 12 June 1890

    Excerpt:
    Tooele City June 12, 1890 President Wilford Woodruff Dear Brother I rceieved your notice of the 8 in answer to the same as my name has been accepted as a Missionary to the Southern States there is no obstacles to hinder me from going. I accept the call and go and do the best I can God being my helper. Your Brother in the Gospel John. K. Orme Thomas Atkin Bp Tooele Ward [sideways text] O. K. J. F. S. [end of sideways ...
    Dates:
    June 12, 1890
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    Part of Letter from John S. Lee, 21 June 1890

    Excerpt:
    Tooele City June 21st 1890 President Wilford Woodruff Dear Bro your favor of June 8th notifying me that I had been selected for a mission to the Southern states arranging to start July 9th was duly received, when the Presiding of the 43rd Quorum of Seventies spoke to me in regard to the matter before my name was sent in I told them I was most willing to go but it seemed almost impossible for me to get ready before next fall ...
    Dates:
    June 21, 1890
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    Part of Letter from Moroni England, 17 July 1890

    Excerpt:
    Thomas Atkin Bishop Tooele Ward
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    Part of Letter from Joseph C. Orme, 16 January 1893

    Excerpt:
    helper I will go and do my best to help role his woork on, your brother in the Gospel Joseph C Orme Thomas Atkin Bp Tooele Ward [upside-down text] Jos. C. Orme Jany 16 [18]93 [end of upside-down text]
    Dates:
    January 16, 1893
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    Part of Letter from James C. Woods, 25 December 1893

    Excerpt:
    Erda Tooele Co Dec 25, 1893. President Woodruff, Dear Brother, I received your favor & accept the appointement as a missionary to Great Britain. and will treyy to merit the confidence you have placed in me. Your Brother James C. Woods. I do with pleasure endorse the ^above^ answer accepting the mission assigned to Bro James Woods Thomas Atkin Bp All right J. F. S. ...
    Dates:
    December 25, 1893