American People Convicted of Bigamy: Joseph F. Smith, B. H. Roberts, George Q. Cannon, Lorenzo Snow, George Reynolds, James Ellison Source Wikipedia

ISBN: 9781233129942

Published: August 19th 2011

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American People Convicted of Bigamy: Joseph F. Smith, B. H. Roberts, George Q. Cannon, Lorenzo Snow, George Reynolds, James Ellison  by  Source Wikipedia

American People Convicted of Bigamy: Joseph F. Smith, B. H. Roberts, George Q. Cannon, Lorenzo Snow, George Reynolds, James Ellison by Source Wikipedia
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: Joseph F. Smith, B. H. Roberts, George Q. Cannon, Lorenzo Snow, George Reynolds, James Ellison, HeberMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: Joseph F. Smith, B. H. Roberts, George Q. Cannon, Lorenzo Snow, George Reynolds, James Ellison, Heber J. Grant, Rudger Clawson, William R.

Smith, Angus M. Cannon, Tom Green, John Sharp, John D. T. McAllister, Joseph S. Murdock, Abraham H. Cannon, William J. Flake, Ira Hinckley, William Prows, William Weightman III. Excerpt: Joseph Fielding Smith, Sr. (November 13, 1838 - November 19, 1918) was the sixth president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). He was the last president of the LDS Church to have personally known the founder of the Mormon faith, Joseph Smith, Jr., who was the brother of his father Hyrum Smith.

Smith was the son of Patriarch Hyrum Smith and his second wife Mary Fielding, a British convert to the Church who married Hyrum after the death of his first wife, Jerusha Barden Smith. In addition to her two children, Mary Fielding Smith raised the five children from the union of Hyrum and Jerusha. Smith was born in Far West, Missouri on November 13, 1838. Just a few days before he was born, his father Hyrum had been taken prisoner under the auspices of the Missouri Executive Order 44 (infamously called the extermination order).

At point of bayonet, Hyrum was marched to his home in Far West and ordered to say farewell to his wife. He was told that his doom was sealed and that he would never see her again. Hyrum was still in custody in Liberty Jail, Missouri when his son Joseph Fielding was born. He was named after his uncle, Joseph Smith, Jr. and his mothers brother Joseph Fielding. His mother and maternal aunt Mercy Fielding Thompson fled with their children to Quincy, Illinois early in 1839, and later they moved to Nauvoo, Illinois when the majority of the members of the Church settled there.

Joseph F. Smith stated as an adult that he had memories of Nauvoo, and could rec...



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