Emily Hill (1836-1906)

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Alternate Names Emily H. Woodmansee
Birth 24 March 1836
Warminster, Wiltshire, England
Marriage William G. Mills, 14 June 1857
Joseph Woodmansee, 7 May 1864
Death 18 October 1906
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah, United States
Gender Female
Religious Influence The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Callings
Occupations treasurer for the Women's Cooperative Store
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DBpedia Emily H. Woodmansee
FamilySearch KWJC-LLR
LCCN no2011130345
MPOT 19594
VIAF 185001865
Wikidata Q5372191
Wikipedia Emily H. Woodmansee
WorldCat Woodmansee, Emily Hill

Published Works

  • "Song of the sisters of the female Relief Society" (1869)
  • "Fifty years today" (1880)
  • "A demonstration of respect: to sister M.I. Horne, president of the 14th Ward Relief Society. Written by request, in behalf of the sisters of the society" (1880)
  • "Hunger and cold" (1881)
  • "The daughters of Zion, the friends of the poor" (18--)
  • The poetry of Emily Hill Woodmansee compiled by Myrlon Bentley Abegg (1986)

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