Nauvoo Relief Society Minute Book

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Mary Pitt Christiana Allaman
Caroline Pitt Mary J. Drake
Sarah Hickeson Sarah Jolly
Evelina Boggs Almira Higgins
Betsey Mackley Elizabeth C. Allen
Mary Ann Mackley Amanda C. Clift
Harriet Stevens Elizabeth Bracken
Eliza Deuel Lucretia C. Maxwell
Mary S. Chapman Ruth B. Kimball
Fanny Herryman Harriet Knowlton
Hannah Flint Elizabeth Meeds [Meeks]
Mary Call Martha Outhouse
Hannah Webb Frances Green
Lucretia Lindsey Elizabeth Hinson
Rosannah Forge[u]s Sarah Wixom
Hannah Fish Sally Levett [Leavitt]
Sarah Fish Lucina Meehum [Mecham]
Mercy Baker Susan Daniels
Louisa Sessions Sarah Daniels
Phidelia [Elizabeth Fidelia] King Electa C. Williams
Mary Wood Roxcinda White [Rosina Wight]
Susanna Merrill Susan L. Merrill
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The case of sister Brown was presented to the — many voted in the affirmative— an objection made, when call’d for an expression of the meeting, to ascertain how many think best for sis. Brown to see her objectors, as had been propos’d by some individuals.
Vote pass’d in the affirmative. Mrs. [Catharine] Wilkie requested the privilege of being present at an interview between Sis. Brown and a Sister who had told scandalous tales on Sis. B. in company with — said now her obj’s were greater against that person than [p. [78]]
Mary Pitt Christiana Allaman
Caroline Pitt Mary J. Drake
Sarah Hickeson Sarah Jolly
Evelina Boggs Almira Higgins
Betsey Mackley Elizabeth C. Allen
Mary Ann Mackley Amanda C. Clift
Harriet Stevens Elizabeth Bracken
Eliza Deuel Lucretia C. Maxwell
Mary S. Chapman Ruth B. Kimball
Fanny Herryman Harriet Knowlton
Hannah Flint Elizabeth Meeds [Meeks]
Mary Call Martha Outhouse
Hannah Webb Frances Green
Lucretia Lindsey Elizabeth Hinson
Rosannah Forgeus Sarah Wixom
Hannah Fish Sally Levett [Leavitt]
Sarah Fish Lucina Meehum [Mecham]
Mercy Baker Susan Daniels
Louisa Sessions Sarah Daniels
Phidelia Elizabeth Fidelia King Electa C. Williams
Mary Wood Roxcinda White [Rosina Wight]
Susanna Merrill Susan L. Merrill
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The case of sister Brown was presented to the — many voted in the affirmative— an objection made, when call’d for an expression of the meeting, to ascertain how many think best for sis. Brown to see her objectors, as had been propos’d by some individuals.
Vote pass’d in the affirmative. Mrs. Catharine Wilkie requested the privilege of being present at an interview between Sis. Brown and a Sister who had told scandalous tales on Sis. B. in company with — said now her obj’s were greater against that person than [p. [78]]
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