History, 1838–1856, volume B-1 [1 September 1834–2 November 1838]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Daughter Sarah, Two Sons, Stephen and Samuel and her husband, who died October 30th. 1830, and left 5 Sons and 3 Daughters <still> living. At the Death of my grand father who had kept a record, there were 110— Children, Grand Children & Great grandchildren.) and was buried in the Burial Ground near the after a funeral address had been delivered by . My Uncle Stephen and Aunt Sarah were buried side by side in the burial ground in Royalton Windsor Co Vermont. Stephen Died July 25th. 1802 Aged 17 years 3 months, and 11 days. (page 733
Addenda, Note S • 27 July 1837
<Note S.> we were detained here all day by malicious and vexatious Law suits, about Sun set I got into my Carriage to return home to , at this moment the sheriff sprang into the Carriage— seized my lines and served another writ upon me, which was sworn out by a man who had a few weeks previously brought a New fashioned Cooking stove to and prevailed on me to put it up in my Kitchen, saying that it would give credit to his stove wishing to have it tested by our people and now he thought would be a good time to get pay for it. I gave my watch to the officer for security and we all returned home, on the following day I remained at home untill evening when we set out again in brother s Waggon to a distance of 30 miles and arrived there a little after day break, and staid till afternoon and enjoyed ourselves very much in walking on the beach and bathing in the beautiful Clear water of the Lake; at 4 P M we took a Deck passage on Board the steamer for ; at night we all lay down to rest on the upper Deck of the boat, and for pillows some took their Boots others their valisse’s and had a comfortable nights repose we arrived in the next morning in safety. here we seperated from Brother and then going to the eastern <States> and myself brothers and started for Toronto upper Canada. (page 767)
Addenda, Note T • September–December 1837
<Note T> on the morning of the 22nd. of December 1837 Brother left in consequence of the fury of the mob the spirit that prevailed in the apostates who had threatened to destroy him because he would proclaim publicly and privately that he knew by the power of the holy Ghost that I was a prophet of the most high God, that I had not transgressed and fallen as the apostates declared.
Addenda, Note V • 28 June 1838
<Note V> June 16th. [28] 1838 my uncle and family, with Six other families, arrived in all in good health and spirits I counseled them to settle at (page 799 [p. 6 [addenda]]
Daughter Sarah, Two Sons, Stephen and Samuel and her husband, who died October 30th. 1830, and left 5 Sons and 3 Daughters still living. At the Death of my grand father who had kept a record, there were 110— Children, Grand Children & Great grandchildren.) and was buried in the Burial Ground near the after a funeral address had been delivered by . My Uncle Stephen and Aunt Sarah were buried side by side in the burial ground in Royalton Windsor Co Vermont. Stephen Died July 25th. 1802 Aged 17 years 3 months, and 11 days. (page 733
Addenda, Note S • 27 July 1837
Note S. we were detained here all day by malicious and vexatious Law suits, about Sun set I got into my Carriage to return home to , at this moment the sheriff sprang into the Carriage— seized my lines and served another writ upon me, which was sworn out by a man who had a few weeks previously brought a New fashioned Cooking stove to and prevailed on me to put it up in my Kitchen, saying that it would give credit to his stove wishing to have it tested by our people and now he thought would be a good time to get pay for it. I gave my watch to the officer for security and we all returned home, on the following day I remained at home untill evening when we set out again in brother s Waggon to a distance of 30 miles and arrived there a little after day break, and staid till afternoon and enjoyed ourselves very much in walking on the beach and bathing in the beautiful Clear water of the Lake; at 4 P M we took a Deck passage on Board the steamer for ; at night we all lay down to rest on the upper Deck of the boat, and for pillows some took their Boots others their valisse’s and had a comfortable nights repose we arrived in the next morning in safety. here we seperated from Brother and then going to the eastern States and myself brothers and — started for Toronto upper Canada. (page 767)
Addenda, Note T • September–December 1837
Note T on the morning of the 22nd. of December 1837 Brother left in consequence of the fury of the mob the spirit that prevailed in the apostates who had threatened to destroy him because he would proclaim publicly and privately that he knew by the power of the holy Ghost that I was a prophet of the most high God, that I had not transgressed and fallen as the apostates declared.
Addenda, Note V • 28 June 1838
Note V June 16th. 28 1838 my uncle and family, with Six other families, arrived in all in good health and spirits I counseled them to settle at (page 799 [p. 6 [addenda]]
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