William Henry Branch

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  • Page 76

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    May 1, 1867 we held a Meeting in the Evening Prayer by A M Musser A H Raleigh spoke 35 Minutes W Woodruff 25 G. A. Smith 25, John Taylor 7 Minutes E Snow dismissed we spent the night at Brother Haights May 2, 1867 ~ Thursday May 2d. A cold Windey day we rode to Kanarrah & Nooned then drove to Toquerville distance 36 Miles we travelled over a hard rocky ...
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    May 2, 1867 May 3, 1867 May 4, 1867 May 5, 1867
  • Page 271

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

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    ready to leave at night it was A Hard days work I settled up all my busines And the boat started at dark And Brothers Leonard Hardy & Russell was left on shore they afterwards came down & the Captain took them on. I went to bed worn down & nearly sick. I bought $40 dollars worth of groceries & provisions one ton flour, one stove, took on bord 11 waggons for I. F. Carter learned that He had arived with the goods & gone to Council Bluffs on ...
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    May 3, 1850 May 4, 1850 May 5, 1850 May 6, 1850 May 7, 1850 May 8, 1850 May 9, 1850
  • Page 283

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

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    with the first division & I would stop & mend up & keep some of the 2nd Division with me this council was heard by the first Division with great surprise they did not feel that they could leave me there was much feelings upon the subject August 5, 1850 ~ Monday 5th The first Division left according to my council though with great reluctance I spent the day at Ash Hollow mending waggons we had good cold spring water in this Hollow which was a great benefit to the ...
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    August 5, 1850 August 6, 1850 August 7, 1850 August 8, 1850 August 9, 1850 August 10, 1850 August 11, 1850 August 12, 1850 August 13, 1850
  • Page 289

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

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    September 28, 1850 ~ Saturday 28th We had to lie in camp while men went back after the oxen many went to fishing as there was a rushing creek which abounded with trout I caught 30 another man 32 and many caught about a Dozen each the men returned at night with the oxen September 29, 1850 ~ Sunday 29th [FIGURE] We left Fort Bridger this morning I went forward with my Division to day and the first Division or some of the[m] complained or murmured much ...
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    September 28, 1850 September 29, 1850 September 30, 1850 October 1, 1850 October 2, 1850 October 3, 1850 October 4, 1850 October 5, 1850 October 6, 1850 October 7, 1850 October 8, 1850 October 9, 1850 October 10, 1850 October 11, 1850 October 12, 1850