Theodore Turley, her son, talks of her in his journal. She and her husband, William, were living at Hurst Street, #65 in Birmingham when Theodore visited them there in January 1840. Here are a few pages from Theodore’s journal where he mentions staying with his mother. Transcriptions are below the entries.
 Feby 1 1840 This Morning at my mothers in
Thurst St No 65 I Pray God to give
one access to the understanding of
my relations that they may understa
nd the things of God as they are.
I read several Chapters to my and
made a few remarks.
 The Evening with Sister Walton and Mr
Walton at my B r Johns with his fameley
slept at my in bed with my
Grandfather. Feby 3 1840
This morning my hearts Desire before God
His, That he will opne my way that I may
preach To my Parants The Gospel of Jesus
Christ. I Took Diner with Sister Mills.
Saw my uncl Thomas Hart this morning.
Spent The afternoon in Troying to obtain
an oppertunity to Comunicate to my
B r John The Glorious Things of The
Kingdom of God. I went to see my Wifes
B r Jessee Kimberley found him
and Wife well in health and 7 Children
Badly off for business. Spent the night in
comunicating to my Grandfather.
and father the things that God has
don and will do in This Generation
 Feby 4 th 1840 This morning Took breackfast with my
mother. Then went to see Sister Mills
found her Sick. Then I whent to
see my B r Johns famely. I Desire th
Salvation of my relations I Pray
God to give my brother eyes to see
the Truth as it is in Jesus Christ.
This afternoon I whent to see M r
J Lilley a methodist Preacher That
used To be acquainted with me 20
Years ago. he appears to be very Darke
as to the Things of God. I could not
get him to understand The Plan of
salvation. Nor the revelations as given
The timley warning I made him as of
I spent The rest of the Day in Convers
ations with my and fameley.
Oh; I Desire their salvation I Pray God
to give me his holy spirit to help me
and Give their Hearts to understand
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