Latter Day Saints -- Great Britain -- History
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
One handwritten autobiography, one notebook, and photocopies of both documents. The notebook contains information on the theory and practice of geology. In his autobiography, Dunford describes his conversion to the Mormon faith in Great Britain.
Twelve handwritten diaries. Bennett was the father of eleven children, was a brick mason and a postmaster, and had many callings for the Mormon Church. The entries are often detailed and include Bennett's daily concerns and his thoughts relating to religion.
Handwritten diaries and letters. The diaries were kept from 1891 to 1894 when Black was serving as a missionary for the Mormon Church in Great Britain. The two letters were written to him by a son and a daughter when he was living in Manti, Utah.
This collection consists of a scrapbook kept by an unknown Mormon missionary while serving in the British Mission. It contains mission rules, quotes from Mormon Church and governmental leaders, jokes, poems, and songs. The purpose of the book was to be inspirational to its creator. Morst of the entries were typewritten, while the rest were written by hand.
Handwritten journals and photocopies of this item. The materials relate Burton's experiences as a missionary for the Mormon Church in Great Britain. The entries talk about his daily activities and travels. Part of the journal was written in shorthand.
The collection contains photocopies of handwritten diaries. Campbell relates his missionary experiences in the Northern States Mission for the Mormon Church as well as his efforts in the Great Britain Mission. Also included is a Campbell genealogy.
Photocopies of a handwritten diary including some introductory notes by Frederick Cooke's granddaughter Alice Cooke Zabriskie in 1954. The diary covers the years 1838 to 1842. Frederick describes his conversion to the Mormon Church and his missionary experiences in Wales.
Handwritten autobiography composed near the year 1912. Crane was converted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints after he heard Orson Pratt (1811-1881), apostle for that religion, speak in England in 1864. He later served as president of the Wandsworth Branch of the Church. He migrated to Utah. Crane also writes about his courtship and marriage and about his mission to England from 1878 to 1880.