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7 September 1882

Hyde Park Relief Society; Hyde Park, Utah Territory

[. . .] Sis E R S Smith said there was no greater office in these societies than that of teacher [. . .] [p. 140] [. . .] Sis. S [Sally A.] Hyde said [. . .] Sisters Eliza and Zina [D. H. Young] advised us to administer teas and mild remedies to our children before they are to[o] far gone and to wash and anoint them and to seek unto the Lord in the name of Jesus [. . .] [p. 141]

Source Note

Hyde Park Ward, Cache North Stake, Relief Society Minutes and Records (1868–1973), vol. 1 (1868–1883), pp. 140–141, CHL (LR 3991 14).

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7 September 1882, Hyde Park Relief Society; Hyde Park, Utah Territory, The Discourses of Eliza R. Snow, accessed July 24, 2024