Mormons -- Illinois -- Nauvoo -- Correspondence
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten letters written from Nauvoo, Illinois; Salt Lake City, Utah; and Willard, Utah. Most of them were written by Mary Ann Robinson Dudley and deal largely with family matters. Dated 1844-1897.
Handwritten letters addressed to Richards' son, John Richards (1806-1889), who joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and migrated to Nauvoo, Illinois, and to Utah in 1851. Also included is a letter from John Richards' (1806-1889) brother, Thomas Richards. The letters were sent when John, Jr., was living in Canada, Nauvoo, and in Mill Creek, Utah. The items deal largely with family matters and relate impressions of international affairs.
Contains typewritten copies of four letters written by Jacob Scott. Scott lived in Nauvoo, Illinois when these items were written. He writes about personal and family matters, the death of his mother, religious matters, and life in Nauvoo. The items are addressed to Scott's daughter, Mary Warnock. The transcription of the items was produced by Alba Ellsworth. The letters are originally dated 1842-1844.
Handwritten and signed letter, dated June 14 and 17, 1844, composed in Clarksburgh, Ohio, and addressed to his wife, Jane Adeline Bicknell Young. Jane was living in Nauvoo, Illinois at the time. Joseph writes about personal matters.