Patriarchal blessings (Latter Day Saint churches) -- History
Found in 99 Collections and/or Records:
One typewritten booklet. The item contains statements concerning the religious convictions of John Carson, Elvira Egbert, and Emma Partridge. The pamphlet includes patriarchal blessings.
One handwritten genealogy and eighteen Mormon patriarchal blessings for members of the Vance and Johnson families.
Photocopies of biographies, genealogies, patriarchal blessings, certificiates, and portraits. Many of the items relate to Mildred Elizabeth Allred (1898-1980), her family and ancestors. Also included are biographies of various members of the Allred family covering many aspects of early Mormon history. Most of these materials are unreliable family stories. Many of these people lived in Sanpete County, Utah.
Genealogies, patriarchal blessings, correspondence, and certificates. The materials deal with family matters both in Utah and Arizona, the association of family members with the Mormon Church, and social issues.
Handwritten genealogies of the Whitney, Wheeler, and Kelley families. These were Mormon families. Most of the information covers the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries. Also included is a four-page handwritten copy of an autobiography written by Alonzo Wells Whitney in 1844 when he was living in Nauvoo, Illinois, and a copy of the patriarchial blessing given to his wife, Henrietta Keys Whitney, by the Mormon Church Patriarch, Hyrum Smith.
Typewritten and handwritten autobiography, genealogy, letters from family members, and a Patriarchal blessing given by the Mormon patriarch Joseph Smith, Sr. in 1836. Wood relates childhood experiences in Piute County, Utah, and Kimberly, Idaho. She details her missions for the Mormon Church to St. Joseph, Missouri, in 1912 and to London, England, in 1946. She discusses her family, pioneering experiences, and her Mormon Church related activities.
Account books, receipts, correspondence, certificates, newspaper clippings, genealogies, autograph book, land deeds and indetures, legal writs, photographs, and patriarchal blessings. The materials relate to business and legal activities. Also included are anti-Mormon newspaper clippings from England. Many of the items were produced by Young's sister, Lydia Young Merrill.
Photocopies of a typewritten autbiography. Also incuded are photocopies of photographs of family members and of a handwritten letter. The item was originally written in Danish. It was translated into English in 1933 by Albert L. Zobell. Hans writes about growing up in Denmark, his migration to Utah, and his life in Lake View. Also included is copy a patriarchal blessing.