15 June 1884

Granger Relief Society; Granger Schoolhouse, Granger, Utah Territory

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Sisters Smith, [Maria R.] Wilcox and [Emmeline B.] Wells from Salt Lake City then thought it best for the Bishop and his Councilars to make the selections [. . .]

Sister Smith said she was present at the organisation of the first Relief Society when Emma Smith was chosen president Gave the sisters many good instructions and prayed the Lord to bless all [. . .] [p. 8]

Source Note

Granger Ward, Oquirrh Stake, Relief Society Minutes and Records (1884–1941), vol. 1 (1884–1900), p. 8, CHL (LR 3375 14); Betsy Hill, Secretary Pro Tem.