My father, John D. Rollins, came from one of the New England States; I think it was Vermont. When these scenes of life are fled . And we are numbered with the dead.

And sing a … I’ve lived long enough to know that the Lord’s course is not for the faint of heart. My father, John D. Rollins, came from one of the New England States; I think it was Vermont.

May I tell you a story about Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner. Source: Mary Lightner, "Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner," Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine, UG&HM 17 (1926), p.193-205, 250-260 I was born in the town of Lima, Livingston County, state of New York, April 9, 1818. To my Brother James Henry Rollins. I was born in the town of Lima, Livingston County, state of New York, April 9, 1818. My mother, Keziah Keturah Van Benthuysen, was born in Albany, state … "Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner," The Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine 17 (July 1926):193-205, 250-AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MARY E. LIGHTNER. SOURCE: "Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner," Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine; 17 (July 1926): 193-205, 250-260. The Testimony of Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner. Sunday fixing al day for a March in the Morning— Monday We have had our first night camping out. Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner, “Mary Elizabeth Rollins,” copy of holograph in Susa Young Gates Papers, USHS box 14, fd 4. Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner, Affidavit, Minersville, Utah Territory, 23 Mar. O may our souls in Glory rise. Poem by Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner. To meet our Father in the skies. Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner, “Remarks” at Brigham Young University, April 14, 1905, vault MSS 363, fd 6, Harold B. Lee Library, Special Collections, 2. Mary Rollins Lightner Mary Elizabeth Lightner [June 1863] 21 st Brother Bingham My ½ Sisters Husband has Arived to take us out to the Valley. We are very glad to see him. TESTIMONY OF MARY ELIZABETH LIGHTNER Mary Lightner 1905 Address, typescript, BYU, p.1 Remarks by Sister Mary … I don’t know that faith is possible without courage. “I’m A Full-Blooded Mormon” Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner. Mary Lightner 1905 Address, typescript, BYU Mary Lightner, Address to Brigham Young University, 1905, BYU Archives and Manuscripts Source: Mary Elizabeth Lightner, Address at Brigham Young University, April 14, 1905, typescript, BYU. There may we join in the hallowed throng.