Rebaptism, Jun 6, 1890

-- Jun 6, 1890
[Apostle Marriner W. Merrill Diary] I paid John Jacobs $13.10 for fruit trees received in April. We have 108 today for endowments. I wrote to Deseret News Company for the two 10-quire record books and the 1,000 endowment sheets for the dead ordered on March 26, 1890, and ordered 1,000 baptismal sheets for the dead to be sent at once. (1)

-- Jun 17, 1890
[Apostle Marriner W. Merrill Diary] I came back to Logan. Left Salt Lake at 8:10, arrived in Logan at 12:50. Expense in Salt Lake $1.75. Baptized 678 today. (1)

-- Jun 24, 1890
[Apostle Marriner W. Merrill Diary] I came to Logan Temple, arrived at 6:30. Baptized 696 today. (1)

-- Jul 1, 1890
[Apostle Marriner W. Merrill Diary] I came to Logan and resumed my labors in Temple. Baptized 662. (1)

-- Jul 8, 1890
[Apostle Marriner W. Merrill Diary] Tuesday. I came to Logan. Left home at 5 a. m. My daughter Rhoda came with me to go to Newton and Clarkston to attend Young Ladies meetings. We baptized 890 today. (1)

-- Jul 15, 1890
[Apostle Marriner W. Merrill Diary] We baptized 995 today with 12 second anointings. I sent lumber to Richmond for beehives and also sent cedar posts. Apostle F. D. Richards in Temple all day. (1)

-- Jul 16, 1890
[Apostle Marriner W. Merrill Diary] We had 186 for endowments, 59 sealings, 11 second anointings, 7 baptisms, 4 adoptions, 37 children sealed to parents, and 59 Elders ordained (dead). Apostle Richards here again today. Donations $54.10. (1)

-- Sep 2, 1890
[Apostle Marriner W. Merrill Diary] Am in the Temple today, answering correspondence, settling accounts, counseling with the Saints about Temple work, etc. We baptized 1,037 today. I sent to Bishop Skidmore for the following recommends to the Temple for my family and others, viz., Sarah A., Cyrene, Almira, Maria L., Rhoda L., Libbie, William, Edgar, Amos, Albert, Lewis, Hattie, Laura, Willard, Lucy Merrill, also for Elizabeth Pond Whitney and Anna Sophia Anderson. Bought a small spring wagon from Studebaker Bros., cost $80.00, also single harness, cost $20.00. Paid $12.75 for books of different kinds for Edgar, Albert, and Hattie. The wagon is for Maria. Paid for extras for the machines today $18.50. (1)

-- Sep 9, 1890
[Apostle Marriner W. Merrill Diary] We had 1,027 baptized today. Almira, my wife, and Charles E. Merrill, my son, came from home today and were baptized for themselves and some dead, and went home before dinner and took Preston with them. I wrote to W. C. Spence, Salt Lake City, about getting reduced rates for Joseph and Libbie to Ann Arbor. (1)

-- Sep 16, 1890
[Apostle Marriner W. Merrill Diary] We had 948 baptized today. Louis Edgar, Albert Marion, and Hattie Loenza were rebaptized today by John Crowther and confirmed by George T. Baugh and H. J. Neilson in the Temple. The census of Utah is as follows by counties and cities, as reported by the Census Office, Washington, D. C., for 1890. (The data then tabulated for each county and for Logan, Salt Lake, Provo, Spanish Fork, Springville, and Ogden.) (1)

1 - Notes from the Miscellaneous Record Book, 1886-1906: Selected diary notes from the journal books of Marriner Wood Merrill,

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