Timothy Baldwin Clark

Timothy Baldwin Clark (1778-1848) was born 15 Mar. 1778 in Milford, New Haven Co., Connecticut. He was the son of John Clark and Elizabeth Rogers. He married Mary (Polly) Keeler on 3 May 1802. He was baptized 7 May 1835. He opened his home to Phebe Woodruff until Wilford Woodruff returned from his mission to England in1841. He died 29 May 1848 in Bolingbrook, Will Co., Illinois.

Footnotes

Timothy Baldwin Clark (KWV9-QZ4), "Family Tree," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 6 Feb. 2022). Timothy Baldwin Clark, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/timothy-baldwin-clark, accessed 8 Feb. 2022). Timothy Baldwin Clark, The Joseph Smith Papers (https://www.josephsmithpapers.org/person/timothy-baldwin-clark, accessed 12 Jan. 2022).

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  • Page 206

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1840 – December 31, 1840)

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    November 4, 1840 ~ Wednesday Nov 4th [FIGURE] We received 3 Letters I received one from Elder John Cheese containing a post office order of £2.10 a dona tion from the Saints we received one letter from O. pratt & one from Emma Cordon. We wrote onte to O Pratt & [FIGURE] one to Osmond Shaw & one to Rowley November 5, 1840 ~ Thursday 5th The Efagy of Guydo [Guido] Fawkes is before ...
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    November 4, 1840 November 5, 1840 November 6, 1840
  • Page 11

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

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    October 9, 1841 ~ Saturday Oct 9th I met in council with the Twelve at President Youngs we had an interesting time & conversed upon a variety of subjects October 10, 1841 ~ Sunday Sunday 10th I met with the Twelve for the purpose of a council but we spent most of the day in visiting the sick October 11, 1841 ~ Monday 11th [FIGURE] I received a letter from Jesse Turpin wishing to repeal his case to the Twelve ...
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    October 9, 1841 October 10, 1841 October 11, 1841 October 12, 1841 October 13, 1841 October 14, 1841 October 15, 1841 October 16, 1841
  • Page 12

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

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    October 17, 1841 ~ Sunday 17th Sunday I was feeble in body yet I preached to a large congregation at Br John Lovorns returned & spent the night at Br Clarks October 18, 1841 ~ Monday 18th A cold stormy day I went with Phebe to collect her houshold furniture which she left in Ioway when she went to Maine we first went to Zarahemla saw many old friends among them was ...
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    October 17, 1841 October 18, 1841 October 19, 1841 October 20, 1841 October 21, 1841 October 22, 1841 October 23, 1841 October 24, 1841 October 25, 1841
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 2 July 1840

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    Montrose Lee County July 2nd 1840 My Dear Willford It is with peculiar feelings that that I sit down to write to you at this time. I have not heared from you for nearly 5 months untill now, and I have been left to wonder at it, some times thinking that you might be in prison, or where you could not write I have felt more than common lonely of late, for what reason I do not know but your letter came to hand the 24th ...
    Dates:
    July 2, 1840
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 2 July 1840

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    could not sit up to have my bed made, I was brought verry low in consequence of my situation little Sarah Emma was verry sick at the same time both of our lives were nearly dispaired of but through the mercy of God I got some better so that as soon as my house was called done I went into it, it had no door window or loft in it, and it was a hard matter for me to get it done any way they seamed unwilling to do it, I had ...
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 2 July 1840

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    by brother Hyde - they are much company - for me wish you could see them a while I kiss them every day for their pa. My dear Willford did you know that 11 long months has passed away and you have not said one word about comeing home in your letters - is seames almost an age, do tell me something about it in your next letter - may the will of the Lord be done but I hope that it will be to send you home this fall is not pray the Lord that I ...
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 8 March 1840

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    I often wish that you could have her a little while perhapse one night or so and then I could have her back again— she is a verry affectionate child. I am now at Father Clarks where I have been about 12 weeks he has no wife she died just before they were driven from Missourie— he has made me welcome to stay here untill you return; would it not be for the best think you,— they are a verry kind family he says he wants me to feal as much at home ...
  • Page 4

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 8 March 1840

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    Mr. Bogart the Capt. of the Missouri mob their election day shot a man and he died the next day— he has absconded— there is a reward of 500 dolls. offered for his apprehension— Brother & sister Smoot wishes to be remembered to you and send you their best wishes, he is ex pecting to start for the south in a few days— he has been at home this winter. – Father Clar Clark where I live says he wishes to ...
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 9 May 1840

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    I do not know as you can find out this letter for I have to write it mostly with my babe in my armes and little Sarah around me – she calls aloud for pa-pa many times in a day but the poor child has no pa to hear her. she is quite lonely like myselfe can you not tell me some thing near when you shall y come home I shall look for you in the fall. I have written you three letters before this since you left this continent and d^i^rected ...
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 25 October 1840

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    Montrose Lee County Iowa Terr. Oct. 25th 1840 My Dearest Willford I have just sent a full sheet to the office for you and think I will begin another now and keep a kind of a journal or sketch of times and things with me untill I hear from you again. Today we have had a good meet ing at father Clark’s where I live and just as meeting closed brother Smoot rode up to the door this is the first time. I have seen ...
    Dates:
    October 25, 1840