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So if you find a current lower price from an online retailer on an identical, in-stock product, tell us and we'll match it. See more details at Online Price Match. Email address. When they arrived at the San Bernardino Rancho the lady of the house hold brought Grandmother two pies made of pine nuts. Grandmother later gave the lady some cloth, and other things as a present, and the Spanish Lady, not wishing to be out-done, brought Grandmother two large silver candlesticks, hand engraved, and weighing eight pounds each.
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These she treasured carefully for many years. While waiting for the ranch to be purchased they were encamped near a fine vineyard. One day they were wishing for some of the grapes and with the help of their interpreter secured some from the bearded Spaniard who was in the vineyard.
At first she was reluctant to go, but the interpreter assured her that it was quite safe. The man then took her to a certain vine and showed her the largest bunch of grapes she had ever seen. They were ripe so the man picked them and gave them to her. She said the stem was as large as her thumb and the bunch as long as her arm. This incident took place the day they arrived. One night, while encamped at Sycamore Grove, she felt something strange in the bed.
She lit a candle and found a large centipede crawling about.
While living in San Bernardino her two oldest children were born. Their names were Theodore and Ira. About this time Cornelia Lyman another wife of Amasa Lyman became ill, leaving her two boys, Lorenzo and Henry to be cared for, so grandmother cared for them along with her own children. She was set apart as a midwife to care for mothers and babies and so helped more than a hundred lives into this world, although she never advertised nor sought after this work.
Grandmother went back to Fillmore where she lived for some time. Four children were born here-two dying as children. After her two oldest sons were married the family went to Idaho and thus Lyman Town came into existence. To them it was only a ranch between the forks of the Snake River — the best place in the world in the summer but a bad place in the winter. These she cared for until the oldest married. Her only daughter married young and lived near them in Idaho. Her daughter died and left three little girls.
He son Theodore told her that she was not to raise them as she had done her share of such work.
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However, she helped a lot and my own parents went to help them for a while. Grandmother was the mother of six children raising four until they were married. She also raised two step-sons who were older than her own boys and later raised three of her grandsons to manhood. In addition she helped with caring for the three granddaughters Edna, Florence and Maud who were left motherless when her only daughter died — a total of In addition to all the work of caring for these many children, my grandmother pieced many quilts and knitted many beautiful rugs.
She especially wanted each of her children to have one. Grandmother spent many months of her life traveling from place to place in a covered wagon. A true and courageous pioneer and we can never honor her and her kind enough. The party was in honor of the new schoolteacher.
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Grandmother had done extra work that day but still enjoyed dancing. She was nearly seventy years old at this time and so was forced to spend her last few years on crutches. She did her work neatly with the help of her son and three grandsons.
She was a slight built woman and retained her pink-cheeked English complexion until old age. She wore a neatly starched and ironed apron all the time. She was cheerful at all times and could make wonderful plum puddings. Grandmother died September 12, at Redlands, California, and was buried nearby at Colton, California. He married Francis Amelia Kimberly 26 Nov They came to Canada with a land grant from the King of England and settled on a ranch.
They raised cattle. Theodore also acted as the Minister of the Methodist Church. He was also known as a tool maker and gun smith. One time some Elders of the Mormon Church came asking if they could preach in his Church. He gave them permission and urged his congregation to attend the meeting.
When he heard the Elders he knew they were speaking the truth. He joined the Church and sold his possessions, which were considerable, and moved to Far West. From that time forward it was his lot to suffer the hardships and persecutions which followed the Saints. But, he had a burning testimony and never lost it.
They were driven from Far West and went to Nauvoo. He also went back in the middle of the night with Church leaders to dedicate the cornerstone of the Temple.
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