William Atkin III

Mentioned in

  • Page 89

    Part of Journal (January 1886 – December 1892)

    Excerpt:
    May 11, 1887 [FIGURE] I wrote to Clara, Owen, Blanch & Alice A windy night May 12, 1887 ~ Thursday 12 [FIGURE] A cold windy day I wrote 1 Letter to Jaques and Enclosed Phebes & family Letters May 13, 1887 ~ Friday 13 [FIGURES] I receivd 3 Letters from Jaques, Clara, & Blanch. I wrote 2 Letters to Miles P. Romney & ...
    Dates:
    May 11, 1887 May 12, 1887 May 13, 1887 May 14, 1887 May 15, 1887 May 16, 1887 May 17, 1887 May 18, 1887 May 19, 1887 May 20, 1887 May 21, 1887
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to William Atkin, 23 April 1888

    Excerpt:
    PRESIDENT'S OFFICE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST. OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS. GIBSON MILLER & RICHARDSON, OMAHA April Rd 28th. answered P.O. BOX B. Salt Lake City, U.T. April 23rd 1888. Elder Wm Atkin, Bloomington, Washington Co. Dear Brother: I have laying before me your letter of April 8th, in which you give an account of the visitation of the Marshals at St. George and a list of ...
    Dates:
    April 23, 1888
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to William Atkin, 23 May 1888

    Excerpt:
    Right Margin: PRESIDENT'S OFFICE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS GIBSON MILLER & RICHARDSON, OMAHA P.O. BOX B. Salt Lake U.T. May 23, 1888 Wm Atkins Dear Brother Your Letter of May 8 is before me I was pleased to hear from you and to learn that Sister Atkins had got well again and that William had the bourd out of his side and that his ribs were better I hope He will get ...
    Dates:
    May 23, 1888
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to William Atkin, 23 April 1888

    Excerpt:
    stone room. I am very glad they have a place of retreat there, and that you have a disposition to receive them and treat them kindly, &c. For all this you shall not lose your reward. I shall give you a call whenever I come into that country. I do not remember ^forget^ the many pleasant hours I have spent there with you. My family are generally well at present. Our trees are only just in bloom in this country; but the whole earth looks as though it was ...
  • Page 4

    Part of Letter to William and Rachel Thompson Atkin, 11 June 1888

    Excerpt:
    where the paper mill and fence is about 10 Acres is a flat spot North side of the creek at the Head of the Stan's & planted the American flag 1000 feet high on top of the rocks west of his camp has put up a Lumber piller & each room & 14 tents a bowery a large dining room tent and com- mend to keep a Hold thare to accomo- date Excurseoment this is in con- nexion with the valley Home agreed they are wanting to go thare good fishing in the ...