Nauvoo Relief Society Minute Book

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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August 1843 • Undated Meeting
Meeting of the
of the third Ward
commenced Singing “the Glorious day is rolling on” Prayer by Sister Peck—
The following names as members were receiv’d by unanimous vote
Jane Rawlins
Ann Hunter Mary Graham
Margaret P. Downing Sarah Wellfery
Almira Palmer Mary Knowlton
Polly A Sabins [Mary Ann Sabin] Lucinda Cunningham
Julia A [Foster] Hampton Hannah Smith
Abagail C Owens Leah Rawlins
Elisa Evans Susan Winegar
Polly Canklin [Conklin] Ester Moraletile [Esther Maleta Johnson]
Clarrissa Miller Emily Worton
Martha Akes Lavinia Haze [Lovina Hayes]
Penina Frost Elizabeth Welker
Maria Vansal [Vancil] Jane Stocker
Darinda Kimball Asennath[Asenath] Burt
Spoke of the disappointment on account of s Sickness
Mrs Billings Spoke of the case of a little girl who lived with Mrs Sheour
Miss Frost spoke of the sick said Mrs Burgess & family were disstressd
Mrs Pratt gave Sugar & coffee
Mrs J [Sarah] Smith said many of the sick were suffring and some were getting better
Mrs Meecum said she had been sick had not been able to attend to her duty but said Mrs Charles [Elizabeth] Ivins would assist from time to time when calld upon Spoke of a Mrs Nickerson Who had no home [p. [111]]
August 1843 • Undated Meeting
Meeting of the
of the third Ward
commenced Singing “the Glorious day is rolling on” Prayer by Sister Peck—
The following names as members were receiv’d by unanimous vote
Jane Rawlins
Ann Hunter Mary Graham
Margaret P. Downing Sarah Wellfery
Almira Palmer Mary Knowlton
Polly A Sabins [Mary Ann Sabin] Lucinda Cunningham
Julia A Foster Hampton Hannah Smith
Abagail C Owens Leah Rawlins
Elisa Evans Susan Winegar
Polly Canklin [Conklin] Ester Moraletile [Esther Maleta Johnson]
Clarrissa Miller Emily Worton
Martha Akes Lavinia Haze [Lovina Hayes]
Penina Frost Elizabeth Welker
Maria Vansal [Vancil] Jane Stocker
Darinda Kimball AsennathAsenath Burt
Spoke of the disappointment on account of s Sickness
Mrs Billings Spoke of the case of a little girl who lived with Mrs Sheour
Miss Frost spoke of the sick said Mrs Burgess & family were disstressd
Mrs Pratt gave Sugar & coffee
Mrs J Sarah Smith said many of the sick were suffring and some were getting better
Mrs Meecum said she had been sick had not been able to attend to her duty but said Mrs Charles Elizabeth Ivins would assist from time to time when calld upon Spoke of a Mrs Nickerson Who had no home [p. [111]]
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