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    • 1905, Jul 17

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    • Mon. July 17, 1905: Ther. Warm Wea. Clouds Came over to Frederick, saw the city martial and got his consent to canvass the town, I took the houses south of the main Street Elder Jack took those north. I bought some crackers and fruit for dinner. we...
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    • FRANCIS WEBSTER Biography 1830 - 1906 Francis Wehster was horn February 8, 1830, in Sutor, near Wymondham, County of Norfolk, England. He was baptized into the L.D.S. Church in April 1848. and left England for Sydney, New South Wales. Australia, J...
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    • COOPERATIVE MERCANTILE MILL "Co-op Flour Mill1' Built in 1879 (Picture taken in 1910) Alva Matheson is seated on t h e step a t the left holding His father, A. G . his s i s t e r , Lydia Matheson Harter. Matheson, who was the 'flour miller1, is...
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    • the hopes of one day being reunited.' He canied a letter from her which he had read many times over. In answer to Henry's note advising her that he would be coming to visit her, Martha had written the following, dated November 30, 1 8 4 8 : ~ I...
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    • than thuty in the hall. I took the hymn book you gave t o me and think I never sang with so much freedom and sincerity of heart in my life. One, William Simpson, preached. His text was 'Search the Scriptures.' He made a most excellent discourse. We...
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    • other and, after telling Nicholson to not come in his house any more, he took no notice, but came in and out just as he pleased. They both denied the charge and, after some examination, were found guilty and cut off from the church. The Bishop...
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    • The flood that Henry referred to was the crowning blow for the Iron Works. It swept over the site, completely submerging the equipment and buildings, and carried away some of the property. Also, with the diversion dam washed out, there was no water...
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    • a large and prosperous business. When I first left B~rmingham 1850, he predicted that I would return in in rags and tatters like the prodigal son, but in this he found himselfvery much mistaken. When I entered his place of business, as soon as he...
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    • Utah. They hoped they could do so and that they would like to help them to do the job." A teamster boasted to the Mormons in Beaver that he had participated in the Hauns Mil1 Massacre in Missoun, an atrocity in which a mob wiped out a Mormon...
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    • thanlrful for this day brethren, the Lord has answered our prayers.' He blessed the saints and said he knew that we would have good times spintually and temporally. 'We have al1 pienty to do to mind our own bu sin es^.'^ The last entry in Henry...
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    • interested in the accumulation of weaith than thev were in living their religion. People were fighting among themselves, until it became so senous that the entire Church records were taken across the Colorado River to keep them safe. President...
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    • came on my door and 1 opened it. 1 saw Patriarch Henry Lunt on a horse. He was well wrapped for it was early and very cold; he asked if Brother Durfee was in. 1 answered, 'He is in the vailey trying to get or earn some flour.' 1 insisted on him...
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    • free from hypocrisy and deceit as it is possible for moral manto be.' He sang several songs during the sermon. His voice was clear and distinct and, though he was then suffering from cancer besides being almost blid, he never permitted his a i c t...
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    • 'diamond hitch' on a pack when 1 was 14 years old and, naturally, those people didn't. So, we had quite a time moving that big outfit. In a few days things kind of moled down and we started on horseback for the United States. We delayed and stopped...
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    • voin in 18.:!1 rmdrr grrat odds. Hmwver. N;imoo flouriilird and lx~.iilnc a l~r:~utiful, w:Il-q~vernr~d \\ith ~ x e ?0,000 i n l ~ ~ t l ) i t m t'l'he \Iari.ity i s,~ mons were :i thrifty class ( ~ f peoplc who 1i;rd leal-nctl inventiveness and...
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    • Beuna Vista leavirlg Liverpool Fch. 25, 1849, under the direction of Elder Dan Jones, with 249 \Vclch S a i n t on hoard.' Their destination wnc New Orlea~is, Louisiana, in the United Stntrs of .\merica. Thomas Jeremy, m e of the company, dcseribed...

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