Nauvoo Relief Society Minute Book

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Magdalene Moesser Mary H. Felshaw
Ruth Sayers Eliza Grant
Caroline M. Bullard Susan Younger
Mary Ann Bullard Asenath Sherman
Mary Smith Cornelia J. Fisher
Mahitable Calkins Electa G. [Eleanor] Whiteside
Kuhamath B. Derby
Eveline Rollin Rebecca Reed
Huldah Harmon Sarah Ann Waitt
Eliza M. Green[e] Amanda M. Pierce
Elizabeth Bills Hannah Smith
Ruth Williams Anna Partridge
Hannah Marsh Elizabeth Fory
Marcia Allen Sarah Noe
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then call’d on those, if any present  who knew of cases of the poor to be represented.
Mrs. [Phebe Ann] Hawkes spoke of the Drury family— still sick  needing our prayers— if nothing more—
Mary Smith said her husband had given her the  privilege of donating weekly one bushel of corn meal  for the poor— wish’d to know where it should be  deposited.— also mentioned the case of a motherless  child needing a home— whereupon,
It was decided that  for the present it should remain in the care of Mrs.  Eldridge— decided also that the meal offered  by Mrs. Smith as well as all other provisions, should  be put into the care of the Treas. where the needy may  apply for the same——
The following donations in money were made, to wit,
Caroline Kingsbury .. 25
Sylva Lyons [Sylvia Lyon] .. 50
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Magdalene Moesser Mary H. Felshaw
Ruth Sayers Eliza Grant
Caroline M. Bullard Susan Younger
Mary Ann Bullard Asenath Sherman
Mary Smith
Mahitable Calkins Electa G. Eleanor Whiteside
Kuhamath B. Derby
Eveline Rollin Rebecca Reed
Huldah Harmon Sarah Ann Waitt
Eliza M. Greene Amanda M. Pierce
Elizabeth Bills Hannah Smith
Ruth Williams Anna Partridge
Hannah Marsh Elizabeth Fory
Marcia Allen Sarah Noe
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then call’d on those, if any present who knew of cases of the poor to be represented.
Mrs. Phebe Ann Hawkes spoke of the Drury family— still sick needing our prayers— if nothing more—
Mary Smith said her husband had given her the privilege of donating weekly one bushel of corn meal for the poor— wish’d to know where it should be deposited.— also mentioned the case of a motherless child needing a home— whereupon,
It was decided that for the present it should remain in the care of Mrs. Eldridge— decided also that the meal offered by Mrs. Smith as well as all other provisions, should be put into the care of the Treas. where the needy may apply for the same——
The following donations in money were made, to wit,
Caroline Kingsbury .. 25
Sylva Lyons [Sylvia Lyon] .. 50
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