By Audlem Webteam - 23rd January 2007 7:45am
Celia Bloor has written to report on last week's meeting of the Audlem District History Society. She says: "George Hardy's talk was indeed extremely interesting and well presented with a variety of readings by grand daughter Nicky and pictures. One wonders how the Mormons recruited Job Wellings so early in the history of their organisation and also wondered at the hardships endured on the journey to
Salt Lake City."
"53 members paid their subscriptions so the meetings should be well attended
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