Patriarchal blessings (Latter Day Saint churches) -- History
Found in 99 Collections and/or Records:
Includes Smoot's temple record book containing surnames such as Collins, Wells, Rogers, Daniels, Stowe, and Petty, 1891-1907; correspondence, 1885-1891; research notes; receipt for "A History of our Own Times," 1896; patriarchal blessing for Caroline Rogers Smoot, 1899; obituary for Hugh J. Cannon; Relief Society teacher's leaflet; and an application for membership in Daughters of the Utah Pioneers.
Handwritten genealogies, biographical sketches, historical accounts, patriarchal blessings, temple work sheets, and family photographs of the Snyder family of Germany and Roxborough, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. The patriarchal blessings were given to family members that joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The lists of temple work done for dead family members were also produced by the those who joined the LDS Church.
Photocopy of a handwritten autobiography with a typescript of the item. Also included are brief biographies of family members and patriarchal blessings. The date of the composition of the item is uncertain. Solomon writes about joining the Mormon Church, migrating to Utah, serving on a mission to the Indians of Arizona, meeting John D. Lee, and moving to Kanab, Utah.
Photocopies of handwritten and typed correspondence, genealogical information, patriarchal blessings, and various other family history items by and about the Speirerman family. The items mostly focus on the lives of Charles W. Speirerman and his wife Delilah Speirerman.
Handwritten autobiography with a photocopy of the item. The volume includes handwritten copies of letters received and patriarchal blessings of family members. Spilsbury writes about travelling in southern Utah as a patriarch, gives a brief description of his mission to Wales, talks about some of the prophecies of the first president of the LDS Church, Joseph Smith (1805-1844), and describes the exodus west of Mormons from Nauvoo, Illinois to Utah. Dated from 1843 to 1911.
Photocopy of a typescript. The history of Stowell's family is presented by another person. Stowell tells her own story for the years from 1857 to 1892. Cynthia lived in Ogden, Utah; describes activities during the Utah War of 1857 to 1858; writes of her life as a polygamous wife; and relates her move to Juarez, Mexico, in 1892. Also included is a patriarchal blessing.
Photocopies of typed newsletters. The items were produced for the Joseph Taylor Family Organization. The materials contain a biography of Joseph Taylor, patriarchal blessings from the Mormon Church, and genealogies of the Taylor family.