William Oglesby Clark

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  • Page 130

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

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    Lots No [blank] in Block [blank] January 11, 1842 ~ Tuesday 11th I walked across the Missisippi river on the Ice to Father Clarks & spent the night 12 mile I dreamed Br Azmon was in prison with his head off January 12, 1842 ~ Wednesday 12th I led my cow home from Br Clarks to Nauvoo. 12 m January 13, 1842 ~ Thursday 13th I took my note up of $20 dollars which ...
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    January 11, 1842 January 12, 1842 January 13, 1842 January 14, 1842 January 15, 1842 January 16, 1842 January 17, 1842 January 18, 1842 January 19, 1842 January 20, 1842 January 21, 1842 January 22, 1842
  • Page 89

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    COUNCIL At a council held at Far West by the Twelve, High Priests, Elders, & Priests on the twenty sixth of April 1839 The following resolutions were adopted Resolved that the following persons should be no more fellowshiped in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints but excommunicated from the same, viz Isaac Russel, Mary Russel, John Goodson & wife, Jacob Scott senr & wife, Isaac Scott,
  • 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 ...
    Dates:
    November 4, 1840 November 5, 1840 November 6, 1840
  • Page 114

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

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    November 1, 1841 ~ Monday NOV 1st I was sick & confined to my bed through the day. The City Counci l met for business, I was not able to attend November 2, 1841 ~ Tuesday 2nd I was still sick & confined to the house Br Hodson assisted me in some tempo ral business November 3, 1841 ~ Wednesday 3rd I am some better able to do some business November 4, 1841 ~ Thursday 4th I am gaining in strength it ...
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    November 1, 1841 November 2, 1841 November 3, 1841 November 4, 1841 November 5, 1841 November 6, 1841 November 7, 1841
  • Page 71

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    ORDAINED TO THE APOSTLESHIP. fulfilled this day should not be, and notwithstanding that ten thousand of the Saints had been driven out of the State by the edict of the governor, and though the Prophet Joseph and his brother, Hyrum Smith, with other leading men were in the hands of our enemies, in chains and in prison, we moved on to the temple grounds in the city of Far West, and held a council, and fulfilled the revelation ...
  • 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, 25 October 1840

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    Nov. 1st. today we have had a good meetting at father Clarks where I live— there is a branch of the church here of about 50 members my name with Sarah Emma & Willford’s are enroled in this branch— brother Wm. Clark is the president of this branch has gone to Nauvoo or Commerce today and says that I must preside over the meeting today— there are a number of elders here and I would like ...
  • Page 3

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

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    sister Parly Pratt has got to Eng. before this time I should like to be there myselfe well. I suppose that all of the sisters in Commerce will write by the bearer of this they are all well I believe I mentioned in 2 or 3 of my letters to you that if you could get me a black lace wrought veil and a wrought lace cape and collar I should be much pleased as they are much cheaper there than here but ...
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 6 October 1840

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    all be restored again.— Paul says I die da^i^ly brother Joseph says that he actually died and was raised to life again— says the beasts that he fought with at Epesus often killed him and he came to life again— if so Willford why may not our little Sarah be raised to life again— He, brother Joseph has brought forth many new things this season.— There has been quite a number of deaths in Commerce the past season I believed that I mentioned some ...
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    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 8 September 1840

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    seem much pleased with their situation they appear to be worthy people I think mu much of them perhapse more for haveing been acquainted with you, he said you told him you thought you should see him in Amrica in about one year from that time which was last April I count the time verry particularly up to that time O my dear W. must I wait longer than that time to see you, br. Joseph says that the Lord does not require a man to be from his family more than a year at ...