1854 January 9 Sarah Richmond

Title

1854 January 9 Sarah Richmond

Description

Informing Richmond that the grandfather of the children in her care is willing to care for them and council for her to move closer to her brother.

Type

Correspondence

Sender

Brigham Young

Recipient

Sarah Richmond

Date

1854 January 9

Location

Great Salt Lake City
Fillmore

Subject


Inquiries
Charity

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Great Salt Lake City
Jan 9th. 1855
Sister Sarah Richmond.
Fillmore.


Your letter of Nov 25th. last has been read, and as you wish my mind in relation to your children &c, I now say to you as Peter Boyce the grandfather to 2 Children on your hands of bro Richmond's first wife deceased is desirous to keep and sustain them. I see no objections to such an arrangement if you think he will do kindly by them and you are willing to part with them. And if it would be likely to assist you any to live in any wise to move to Provo where are your brother and other friends, you will do well to remove thither.
Praying my father in Heaven to bless you in all your movements for your own good, I remain truly your brother.

Brigham Young

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Great Salt Lake City
Jan 9th. 1855

Sister Sarah Richmond.
Fillmore.

Your letter of Nov 25th. last has been read, and as you wish my mind in relation to your children &c, I now say to you as Peter Boyce the grandfather to 2 Children on your hands of bro Richmond's first wife deceased is desirous to keep and sustain them. I see no objections to such an arrangement if you think he will do kindly by them and you are willing to part with them. And if it would be likely to assist you any to live in any wise to move to Provo where are your brother and other friends, you will do well to remove thither.

Praying my father in Heaven to bless you in all your movements for your own good, I remain truly your brother.

Brigham Young