Bro[ther]. Farnsworth wished to have the sealing of his deceased daughter to her husband annulled, alleging that the latter, who was now living, had discarded his garments, and it was believed that he hastened his wife's death by administering to her medicine, purchased by him, to produce abortion. Pres[iden]ts. Woodruff and Cannon told Bro[ther]. Farnsworth that nothing could be done in this matter without giving the accused an opportunity to defend himself.
[Source: First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve minutes]