Autobiographies [microform] (Typescript).

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Pulsipher, Mary Brown, 1799-1886. Autobiographies [microform] (Typescript).

Autobiographies [microform] (Typescript).

Born in Kent, Connecticut, daughter of John Brown and Sarah Fairchild. Family data; marriage to Zera Pulsipher; conversion to Mormonism, 1832; removal to Kirtland, Ohio, where Zera became a member of the First Council of Seventy; incidents in Kirtland; experiences in Missouri; removal to Illinois; arrival in the Salt Lake Valley; husband Zera Pulsipher member of the city council; settlement in Hebron, Utah; death of husband, 1872. Discusses marriage to Zera Pulsipher; conversion in 1832; removal to Kirtland, ohio; experiences in Missouri; removal to Illinois; settlement in Salt Lake City; called to settle in southern Utah at Hebron; pioneer life; family data. (Part of the Timp View Camp Collection, Daughters of the Utah Pioneers.). Second item: Description of conversion to the Methodist Church and baptism, 1812; conversion and baptism in the Mormon Church; encounter with her brother Josehp Chidister; patriarchal blessing from Joseph Smith, Sr.

2 items; partial reel : microfilm ; 35 mm.

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