Wooster, Wayne County, Ohio
Excerpt:September 3, 1839 ~ Tuesday Sept 3rd I rode through Dayton 14 miles to Springfield 24 miles to Brition 13 & put up for the night at the Inn of Mr Buckharts. I am again delivered from the ague & fever I have had none of it since the shake on Sunday distance 24 miles September 4, 1839 ~ Wednesday 4th We rode to Columbus the capitol of the state of Ohio here we left the National road & continued to ...Dates:September 3, 1839 September 4, 1839 September 5, 1839 September 6, 1839 September 7, 1839 September 8, 1839 September 9, 1839 September 10, 1839 September 11, 1839 September 12, 1839
Excerpt:The principal towns villages and distance from Richland, N Y. to Kirtland Ohio and to Liberty Clay Co Missouri which road I traveled in 1834 comme nsing the 11th day of Aprail From Richland = to Oswego 20 miles = Oswego to Rochester 70 = Rochester = Leroy 25 = Leroy = Batavia 10 = Batavia to Buffalo 39 from Buffalo to Cataragua 30 = Cataragua = Freedona ...
Excerpt:November 19, 1838 ~ Monday Nov 19th A cold morning we left Br Way's & travled to the Inn of J. W. G. & spent the night 8 m November 20, 1838 ~ Tuesday 20 We have made arangments this morning to seperate Brother Thomas & Townsend think some of stoping by the way to winter while Brothers E. Luce & C. Brown & myself will continue our journey together. our company is truly getting small. one of ...Dates:November 19, 1838 November 20, 1838 November 21, 1838 November 22, 1838 November 23, 1838 November 24, 1838
Excerpt:our journey and camped at night near Woorster. May 10, 1834 ~ Saturday 10th. Saturday, We passed through Mansfield, and camped for the Sabbeth in Richfield town ship. About one hour after we had encamped, elders Limon E. Johnson, Willard Snow and a number of others joined the camp from the north west parts of Vermont. May 11, 1834 ~ Sunday Sunday the 11th. The camp came togother for a meeting. The sacrament was administered. ElderDates:May 10, 1834 May 11, 1834 May 12, 1834 May 13, 1834