Nauvoo Relief Society Minute Book

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Sister Far [Olive Farr] a calico Dress and cape
Sister B Ammer a peck of onions 1 lb sugar
Sister Clayton 14 lb flowr $ 52
Lydia Moon one Shirt 00 50
Margaret Moon one Shawl
Sarah Mendanhall a pr of pillow slips 00 25
one toweel one Shirt 00 50
Ester Ann Geen [Esther Ann Gheen] 3 pillow slips bolster slip 2 little shirts 2 mens shirts one dress 2 small dresses 2 aprons tape and thead 2 50
Abagail Forges 2 lb sugar— 00 14
Report of the committee of the first ward
Sister [Elizabeth] Jones— Sister [Harriet] Marcum and myself have visited our ward went to eve[r]y house found many sick but more comfortable than we expected found and Sister Miller and old Lady sick with bed or bedding no changes of cloothing found Sister Broomley very sick nothing at all to eat calld on Sister Morrisson who gave things for her relief
Sister Marcum— reports to corroborate with Sister Jones said they found few suffering ones
reports that there were 2 families by the river sick & no thing to eat nothing but one cup of coffee A Mrs Holt & Child are great sufferers
The Comittee of the first Second and third ward not prepad [prepared] to report
Sister Jane Michael representd a Br who had been sick some months
Sister Angel rose said she had lately found a sister late from England destitute a widow of late soon expecting to be confind who had just been to prest s [Hyrum Smith’s] for help said she had no home had had 6 children lost several of them; her husband just before she [p. [104]]
Sister Far [Olive Farr] a calico Dress and cape
Sister B Ammer a peck of onions 1 lb sugar
Sister Clayton 14 lb flowr $ 52
Lydia Moon one Shirt 00 50
Margaret Moon one Shawl
Sarah Mendanhall a pr of pillow slips 00 25
one toweel one Shirt 00 50
Ester Ann Geen [Esther Ann Gheen] 3 pillow slips bolster slip 2 little shirts 2 mens shirts one dress 2 small dresses 2 aprons tape and thead 2 50
Abagail Forges 2 lb sugar— 00 14
Report of the committee of the first ward
Sister Elizabeth Jones— Sister Harriet Marcum and myself have visited our ward went to every house found many sick but more comfortable than we expected found Sister Miller and old Lady sick with bed or bedding no changes of cloothing found Sister Broomley very sick nothing at all to eat calld on Sister Morrisson who gave things for her relief
Sister Marcum— reports to corroborate with Sister Jones said they found few suffering ones
reports that there were 2 families by the river sick & no thing to eat nothing but one cup of coffee A Mrs Holt & Child are great sufferers
The Comittee of the Second and third ward not prepad prepared to report
Sister Jane Michael representd a Br who had been sick some months
Sister Angel rose said she had lately found a sister late from England destitute a widow of late soon expecting to be confind who had just been to prest s [Hyrum Smith’s] for help said she had no home had had 6 children lost several of them; her husband just before she [p. [104]]
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