Patriarchal blessings (Latter Day Saint churches) -- History
Found in 99 Collections and/or Records:
Photocopies of typewritten autobiographies and biographies of Hintze. Also with the collection are photocopies of handwritten records of the Hintze family including genealogies and Mormon patriarchal blessings. The biographies of Hintze are by Evelyn Mackay Frandsen and A. J. Hansen.
Photocopy of a handwritten journal of Connie Hoglund written between the years 1972 and 1978. Also included in the collection is a transcript of Hoglund's "patriarchal blessing" by a Mormon patriarch as well as other copies of blessings and certificates relating to the Hoglund family.
Includes his Latter-day Saint infant blessing certificate, patriarchal blessing received from Presiding Patriarch Hyrum G. Smith, high priest ordination certificate, and a poem. Also includes pictorial priesthood lineage card for Cecil I. Birmingham, who ordained Hughes to be a high priest. Poem appears to be from Hughes's mission in the Southern States in the early 1920s, and contains humorous references to other missionaries.
Handwritten original and typewritten copy. Isom describes the temporal and spiritual experiences of his life. He lived in Virgin, Utah and was active in Mormon Church affairs. Also included are patriarchal blessings of some of Isom's children.
Typewritten copy of a handwritten autobiography and diary. The autobiography was written in 1884 and tells of Jarvis' early life in England, her migration to Utah, and her move to St. George. Jarvis' diary covers the years 1884 to 1898. There are many gaps. She writes about the weather and her daily activities. Also included are patriarchal blessings of family members dating from 1875 to 1881. Most of them were given by William G. Perkins.
Handwritten correspondence, diaries, notebooks, patriarchal blessings, certificates, an autobiography, and genealogical materials. The correspondence are between Johnson and his wife, Hana, and were written while Johnson was on a mission for the Mormon Church in Sweden. The diaries were kept while Johnson was on his mission and after his return to Ogden, Utah. The certificates deal with Johnson's numerous callings in the Mormon Church.