Latter Day Saint missionaries
Found in 92 Collections and/or Records:
ALS's written between Charles R. Shumway and David W. Smith, descendants of Asahel Smith, Sr., the grandfather of Joseph Smith, Jr., which relates to Smith family history. Also contains a letter from Shumway to The Ensign concerning David W. Smith and J. Winter Smith and a copy of an Ensign article about the Smiths.
The collection consists of photocopies of Smith's mission diary, his autobiography, some correspondence, and records of ordinances performed in the Endowment House in the 1870s. Smith kept his diary while serving on a mission to Great Britain (1860-1863). He recorded the activities and experiences of missionary life and activities. The autobiography is brief and covers from Smith's birth to 1857.
Contains audio recordings of seminars given for mission presidents. Dated 1979 to 1986.
Collection contains materials relating to the Daniel Francis Thomas family. The collction contains photocopies of letters written by Thomas and members of his family, biographies about Thomas and members of his family, as well as legal documents. Items date from 1847-1942.
Contains correspondence, diaries, account books, patriarchal blessings, and other materials related to various members of the Whitney family. Includes information on the early history of the Church and the migration to Utah, as well as missionary life, personal business and social activities, and other aspects of Mormon life. Materials date from between 1817 and 1910.
Photocopy of a microfilmed copy of a handwritten diary. Wilson writes about his experiences and activities as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Southern States Mission.