Nauvoo Relief Society Minute Book

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Elizabeth Eldridge Mary Woolley
Cirinda Murrill
Sarah Hillman Sarah Brown
Sarah Roberts Fanny F. [Maria] Huntington
Sarah Ann Higbee
Eunice Wilber [Wilbur]
Louisa Beman Elizabeth Hills
Diantha Billings Emeline Corlin [Carling]
Vilote Kimlall [Vilate Kimball]
Eliza Ann Mills Lucy Millican [Millikin]
Sophia F. Wilber Zina Jacobs
Julia Ann Sessions Sally Davis
Ma◊◊ Smith Lucy A. Munjar Sabra Gribble
Mary Smith Kezia A. Morrison
Martha [Patty] Sessions Caroline Ballard
Elizabeth C. Lee Melissa Dodge
[Mrs.] A [blank] P. Rockwood [Nancy Rockwood] Katharine Wilkie
Hannah Mark[h]am Elizabeth Allred
Cynthia Baggs Cyrena Murrill [Merrill]
Loisa Follett Sylva Lyons
Mary Jane Warner Sarah Brown
Sarah Moon Soloma Chapman
Abigail Leonard Abigail Kelsey
Mrs. Mary Smith then rose and said the   had her hearty concurrence— that  nothing was more laudable than feeding the hungry,  clothing the naked &c.— that she desired to aid in  accomplishing objects so generous.
Mrs. Vilote Kimball said she had not fully  understood what were the objects of the Institution  but desired to be found aiding in every benevolent  cause [p. 16]
Elizabeth Eldridge Mary Woolley
Cirinda Murrill
Sarah Hillman Sarah Brown
Sarah Roberts Fanny F. Maria Huntington
Sarah Ann Higbee
Eunice Wilber [Wilbur]
Louisa Beman Elizabeth Hills
Diantha Billings Emeline Corlin [Carling]
Vilote Kimlall [Vilate Kimball]
Eliza Ann Mills Lucy Millican [Millikin]
Sophia F. Wilber Zina Jacobs
Julia Ann Sessions Sally Davis
Lucy A. Munjar Sabra Gribble
Mary Smith Kezia A. Morrison
Martha Patty Sessions Caroline Ballard
Elizabeth C. Lee Melissa Dodge
[Mrs.] A [blank] P. Rockwood [Nancy Rockwood] Katharine Wilkie
Hannah Markham Elizabeth Allred
Cynthia Baggs Cyrena Murrill [Merrill]
Loisa Follett Sylva Lyons
Mary Jane Warner Sarah Brown
Sarah Moon Soloma Chapman
Abigail Leonard Abigail Kelsey
Mrs. Mary Smith then rose and said the had her hearty concurrence— that nothing was more laudable than feeding the hungry, clothing the naked &c.— that she desired to aid in accomplishing objects so generous.
Mrs. Vilote Kimball said she had not fully understood what were the objects of the Institution but desired to be found aiding in every benevolent cause [p. 16]
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