Nauvoo Relief Society Minute Book

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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that some one might be appointed by the voice  of the society to act for the present time for the Society
It was motion’d and seconded by sister Orson [Catherine]  Spencer and unanimously carried thas [that] sister  M. Peck act for the for this pressent time
The following names were receiv’d by vote
Margaret McDougall Agnes Hill
Mahala D More Nancy Bradly
Artemisia Wiscom [Wixom]
Sister Peck rose said we would like to hear  from the sicke poor— that our sympathies may  be awaken’d for them that they may be relievd  and comforted
Sister [Lydia] Granger said she had only visited  a few families
Sister Huntsman said Br Levi Stalts [Stilts] family  were in a suffering condition— living in the 2d  Ward on road
Sis King said she had visited the sick of 2d ward  found but few suffring families
Sister Granger said the sick of th[e] 4th ward were  no better their sufferings verry great
Sis Wheeler spoke of the situation of Sistr [Francis] Lew Law  Who is late from left her funds there $300  which is due her this present season said she desired  to get to and from thence to  it being the voice of the first ward that  should be cunsulted Sister [Sophia] Packard was appointed  to see her
Sister Packerd rose said that she had laid her case  before the that as she <Mrs Lew Law> was now  in reduced circumstances and had money due her  it was her council that the Society help her to
Sister Sessions said she would give her 00 50
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that some one might be appointed by the voice of the society to act for the present time for the Society
It was motion’d and seconded by sister Orson [Catherine] Spencer and unanimously carried thas [that] sister M. Peck act for the for this pressent time
The following names were receiv’d by vote
Margaret McDougall Agnes Hill
Mahala D More Nancy Bradly
Artemisia Wiscom [Wixom]
Sister Peck rose said we would like to hear from the sicke poor— that our sympathies may be awaken’d for them that they may be relievd and comforted
Sister [Lydia] Granger said she had only visited a few families
Sister Huntsman said Br Levi Stalts [Stilts] family were in a suffering condition— living in the 2d Ward on road
Sis King said she had visited the sick of 2d ward found but few suffring families
Sister Granger said the sick of the 4th ward were no better their sufferings verry great
Sis Wheeler spoke of the situation of Sistr Francis Lew Law Who is late from left her funds there $300 which is due her this present season said she desired to get to and from thence to it being the voice of the first ward that should be cunsulted Sister Sophia Packard was appointed to see her
Sister Packerd rose said that she had laid her case before
Sister Sessions said she would give her 00 50
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