105 years ago today - 105 years ago - Jan 19, 1915

[Francis M. Lyman to Franklin S. Bramwell]

... I regret very deeply your feelings in regard to your release from the Presidency of Union [Oregon] Stake. ... We made no charges against you nor were any made before as excuse for the change of Presidency. ... I am sorry that numbers of the people are leaving Union Stake because of the injustice I did you there. What I did was what I was sent by the Council to do by their unanimous vote. If I did any work in a cruel manner, then I am censurable and will gladly make any amends I can. ... You may feel perfectly safe so far as I am concerned for I never thought wrong of you, much less to do you any wrong. If injury has been done you in your removal it is by the Council and not by Brother Lyman. ...

[Francis M. Lyman, Letter to Franklin S. Bramwell, as quoted in Minutes of the Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1835-1951, Electronic Edition, 2015]

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