Patriarchal blessings (Mormon Church)
Found in 206 Collections and/or Records:
The letter from Brigham Young to Jacob Hamblin in this collection was written about one month before the Mountain Meadows Massacre took place. In it, Young appoints Hamblin to be president of the Santa Clara Indian mission and tells him to keep good relations with the Indians. This collection also contains four blessings given to Jacob Hamblin.
Electa Higginson family papers containing a biographical record of Higginson’s father, Zebedee Coltrin, a patriarchal blessing for Mary Margurett Shults and a patriarchal blessing for John Albison, 1841-1977.
Photocopies of a file of 46 Higgs family history documents (120 leaves), including genealogy notes, pedigree charts, certificates, patriarchal blessings, clippings, temple records, and a talk B.T. Higgs gave to a group of college students at Brigham Young University in 1936. Family names in the records include Higgs, Hodges, Summers, Stowe, Reynolds, Kite, and Brazier. Dated 1863 to 1975.
Holograph document. Patriarchal blessing given to Margrata Fredrica Stenquist by Patriarch Richard S. Horne in the Salt Lake City Temple, January 14, 1913. It concerns Margrata's call to do genealogical research and serve in the Mormon temple in Salt Lake City.
Handwritten, leather-bound compilation of a journal, talks, and family records of Howells' family sewn together in one volume. Includes patriarchal blessings given to Howells' mother, Margaret Evans Francis, in 1853. Most of the items are in Welsh and do not have a date. The patriarchal blessings were translated into English and added to the middle of the volume. Dated approximately 1853.
Collection contains diaries, ephemera, and patriarchal blessings produced by Oliver Boardman Huntington and his son, Oliver B. Huntington. Items document the early history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Latter-day Saint exodus to the West, and the establishment and early development of Utah. Materials date from between 1843 and 1932.
Transcriptions of most items also available.