Margaret Caldwell wrote honestly for herself: “ I tried to be industrious, thrifty, and most of all courageous. I believe I was blessed with wisdom, foresight, and strength to carry on through the hardships I would be called to meet. I ran a boarding house where LDS missionaries were always welcome along with my regular boarders.” One of those regular boarders was Christina McNeil, a young girl with an unsuitable home life, whom Margaret had befriended. Margaret said “Christina was happy to join our family.”
Christina was glad to accompany our little family on our great adventure. Christina McNeil was “like all noble girls and true to the cause for which she had left her native Scotland.” Said Agnes Caldwell
Matthew 25:40: Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.