William Henry Lee, b. 1827

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  • Page 339

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

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    June 2, 1872 several times during the day we arived at Woodruff the stream was high & Bishop had a pair of Mules ready to hit[c]h on to my team & took me through the 3 branches of the creek the water ran into my waggon Box we stoped with Bishop Lee for the night 20 M June 3, 1872 ~ Monday 3d we drove to Randolph, & at 12 oclok we held a council & made Appointments in Bear Lake valley. I wrote a letter to ...
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    June 3, 1872 June 4, 1872 June 5, 1872 June 6, 1872 June 7, 1872 June 8, 1872 June 9, 1872 June 10, 1872 June 11, 1872 June 12, 1872 June 13, 1872 June 14, 1872 June 15, 1872 June 16, 1872
  • Page 81

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    May 25, 1874 ~ Monday May 25 1874 I went down to the Lake & helped draw Br Pettit net we caught many suckers & 42 trout many would weigh 102 lbs I returned & spent the night at Brother Davis. 6 M[iles] May 26, 1874 ~ Tuesday 26 we rode to Fish Haven Preached to the People & organized them into the United Order. we then rode to Lake Town I ...
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    May 25, 1874 May 26, 1874 May 27, 1874 May 28, 1874 May 29, 1874 May 30, 1874 May 31, 1874 June 1, 1874 June 2, 1874 June 3, 1874
  • Page 349

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    Nov 5, 1878 Election through the United States and for G. Q. Cannon as Delegate Congress. Brother Monch took me to Logan & Moses Thatcher to Smithfield & spent the night with my family 50 M[iles] November 6, 1878 ~ Wednesday 6. I went over Bear River with my son Newton I shot 3 Geese & 6 Ducks Newton shot 2 geese at one shot that weighed 12 lbs Each I ...
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    November 6, 1878 November 7, 1878 November 8, 1878 November 9, 1878 November 10, 1878
  • Page 350

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    Nov 10, 1878 And the Brethren we repaired to the Mouth of the canyon and Broke ground, and Dedicated it for the purpose of Building a woollen factory on the cooperative principle I dedicated the ground November 11, 1878 ~ Monday 11. we drove to St Charles took Dinner with Br J Pugmyre Then Drove to Meadowville and stoped with Brother Joseph Kimball 28 M[iles] I held a Meeting in the Evening Wm H Lee prayed Br ...
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    November 11, 1878 November 12, 1878 November 13, 1878 November 14, 1878 November 15, 1878 November 16, 1878 November 17, 1878 November 18, 1878 November 19, 1878 November 20, 1878
  • Page 7

    Part of Letter to the Editor of the Deseret News, 12 May 1874

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    4 President, Hyrum Rich; Vice President, Wm. Robt. Pope; Secretary, John W. Edwin Stock; Treasurer, John Stock; Directors, Henry Howell, Hugh Findley, Phenias H. Cook. 27th. Organized the Lake Town Branch of the United Order ^with^ the following officers: President, Ira Nebeker; Vice President, Wm. P. Nebeker; Secretary, Wm. B. Gibbons; Treasurer, Nathaniel M. Hodges; ...
  • Page 255

    Part of Journal (January 1886 – December 1892)

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    Aug 11, 1889 G Q Cannon spoke 36 Minuts we held a priesthood Meeting in the Evening F. M. Lyman spoke 40 M G Q Cannon 30 M & W Woodruff 40 Minuts August 12, 1889 ~ Monday 12 We Met at 10 oclok Prayer By Wm H Lee Wm Budge made a Report of the Stake. G. Q. Cannon G. Q. Cannon spok 50 M Br Budge reported that the Stake ...
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    August 12, 1889 August 13, 1889 August 14, 1889 August 15, 1889