Lorenzo Snow, Wednesday, June 17, 1846

-- Wednesday, June 17, 1846
Lorenzo Snow was still very sick. Phineas Richards assisted other brethren took him from his bed, placed him in a carriage, and drove him to a stream of water. There, they baptized him in the name of the Lord for his recovery. His fever immediately abated. (1)

-- Jun 18, 1846
[Apostle Wilford Woodruff Journal] 18th I was quite unwell but still rode a good part of the day. We have a good deal of trouble with our cattle to keep them. I went to see Lorenzo Snow. He had been quite sick & is still. I Administered to him And He seemed better. (2)

-- Wednesday, Jul 8, 1846.
[Apostle Willard Richards Journal] Mt. Pisgah. Pleasant and warm. Presidents Young, Kimball, and Richards visited the Saints in a.m. [morning]. Most of the volunteers started for Council Bluffs after receiving instructions from General Rich, and from 1 to 2 p.m. the brethren dined at L. N. Scovill's tent. Then rode out [in the afternoon] p.m. and met Captain Davis and company from Montrose and visited Lorenzo Snow and Evan Green's family. Elder Kimball passed over the creek to Father Cutler's, and Young and Kimball returned to Mt. Pisgah. Dr. Richards took tea at Silas St. John's and spent the evening with Brothers Young, and Little, and General Rich, after administering to Sister Moss, who had been bit by a rattlesnake. Joseph Robinson started for Nauvoo with the mail about noon. (3)

-- 7 November 1846
[Birth of child] Birth of Child Rosetta Adaline Snow (mother: Mary Adaline Goddard) (4)

-- 23 January 1847
[Birth of child] Birth of Child Leonora Charlotte Snow (mother: Charlotte Squires) (4)

-- Friday, February 12, [1847].
[Apostle Willard Richards Journal] ... Elder O. Pratt was in the council, arrived in camp about dark from Mt. Pisgah and reported that he had organized a company there of about 110 families, [with] Lorenzo Snow, counselor, and a company of about 120 families at Garden Grove. David Fullmer [was] president and Aaron Johnson, counselor, or rather the two places were organized into one division and under one Presidency (3)

1 - David R. Crockett, Saints in Exile: A Day-by-Day Pioneer Experience (1996)
2 - Wilford Woodruff's Journal: 1833-1898 Typescript, Volumes 1-9, Edited by Scott G. Kenney, Signature Books 1993, http://amzn.to/newmormonstudies
3 - Apostle Willard Richards Journal
4 - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lorenzo_Snow#Wives_and_children

LDS History Chronology: Lorenzo Snow

Mormon History Timeline: the life of Lorenzo Snow


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