Mormon missionaries -- Great Britain
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten diary kept from July 29 to August 21, 1855. Dudman writes about his daily activities and about how the women were treated and abused in England. Also included are four accounts of Dudman's drowning while swimming in the Lynher River.
This collection contains the personal history of Rodney H. Brady, in eleven volumes, written by Rodney H. Brady, that outline his life. Each book contains a major section of his life. There are eleven different books, with two copies of book 3, making twelve in total.
Holographs, two printed items and one typescript. The collection includes 28 letters written by or to members of the Isgreen family, 15 of which are written by or to Emil Isgreen. The correspondence is generally family news with a few business letters, two missionary letters from Wales and a description of Mattie Isgreen's travel in Hawaii. Also included are an invitation to a ball, 1896, the Democratic ticket for Provo, Utah, ca. 1900, and a thought on prayer.
Handwritten diaries for the years 1883-1885 and 1894-1896. Johnson kept these records while serving as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Great Britain. Two of the volumes are about the first mission while four are about the second.
Photocopies of a handwritten diary. Myers records his daily activities while serving as a Mormon missionary in England in 1892 and 1893. Also included is genealogical information on the Myer's family until the year 1979.
Photocopied typescript of an interview conducted by Charles Ursenbach from the James Moyle Oral History Program. Norton talks about his youth, his educational background, his missions to Great Britain, his experiences as a farmer and as a sugar factory worker in Idaho. He describes in some detail his life as a Mormon pioneer in Canada and offers his religious interpretations of the events of his life.