Patriarchal blessings (Mormon Church)
Found in 206 Collections and/or Records:
Contains papers related to Smith's personal and family life, genealogical information, business interests, and his role as Presiding Patriarch of the LDS Church. Includes patriarchal blessings given to him, as well as those he gave to others. Also includes tithing receipts, legal documents, documents regarding stock held by Smith, commendations for Smith, miscellaneous correspondence, documents related to Joseph Smith III, and articles regarding John Smith. Dated 1852-1962.
Contains records related to Steele's service in the LDS Church, including records related to his missions to England, Las Vegas, and Europe; temple work; patriarchal blessings received by Steele and his family; and, addresses given and visions had by Church leaders and others collected by Steele. Dated 1843-1936.
Collection contains diaries and autobiography, biographies, family history, correspondence, legal documents and newspaper clippings related to his personal life, pioneer memories, missionary experiences, political activities as mayor and member of the Democratic party, LDS Church activities, and leadership in business and civic activities in Utah. Also includes copies of his poetical writings.
Typescript of a blessing Calvin Smith received from his father, Joseph F. Smith, prior to leaving for service as chaplain during World War I. Others participating in the blessing include Anthon H. Lund, Charles W. Penrose, George Albert Smith, Patriarch Hyrum Gibbs Smith, and Bishop Charles W. Nibley. Dated February 8, 1918.
Blessing given to Whitney by Wilford Woodruff, Amasa M. Lyman, and Lorenzo Snow, setting him apart for a proselyting mission to Europe, 9 April 1863.