Search Results for: Children of Joseph Smith and Emma Smith History

Alexander Hale Smith

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Jul

Alexander Hale Smith

  Written by Gracia Jones Originally Published: 10 December 2009 Alexander Hale Smith was born 2 June 1838, at Far West, Caldwell, Missouri, about six weeks after his parents made the January to March trek from Kirtland, Ohio, to the new county set up for the Mormons through the influence of Joseph’s friend, Alexander Doniphan. A […]

Julia Murdock Smith Dixon Middleton

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Mar

Julia Murdock Smith Dixon Middleton

Details Written by Mike KennedyPublished: 18 February 2010 According to Emma Hale Smith’s handwritten account, in the Smith family Bible, her adopted daughter, Julia Murdock Smith was born May 1, 1831, in Warrensville, Ohio, to John and Julia Clapp Murdock. Her twin brother, Joseph, was also born the same day. The exact date of the birth […]

Emma’s Lost Infants

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Mar

Emma’s Lost Infants

Details Written by Gracia N JonesPublished: 11 June 2010 Emma’s Lost Infants: A Review concerning the burial places of Emma’s lost children and activities by the Smith Family for the marking of family graves By Gracia N. Jones Emma faced the tragedy of losing, in infancy, six of the eleven babies who came into her motherly arms. […]

Elizabeth Millikin Kendall – One Saint who Remained After the Mormon Exodus

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Mar

Elizabeth Millikin Kendall – One Saint who Remained After the Mormon Exodus

Details Written by Gracia JonesPublished: 09 October 2012 In the Old Mormon Pioneer Cemetery on Parley Street, east of Nauvoo, Illinois, there stands a small triangular stone, its aged condition obvious, its inscription, “E WELLINGTON” is barely readable. Unless directed to it and specifically instructed regarding it, one would pass it by without a glance. Who […]

Poem Written For Don Carlos Smith

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Mar

Poem Written For Don Carlos Smith

Details Written by Eliza R. SnowPublished: 31 March 2014 THE FUNERAL OF BRIG. GENERAL SMITH. By Miss Eliza R. Snow. It was a Sabbath day.—The morning came, But came not with the usual joyousness With which the consecrated day was wont, In Nauvoo City, ever and anon, To usher its broad radiance on a train Of […]

Sample Children History Post

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Aug

Sample Children History Post

Contrary to popular belief, Lorem Ipsum is not simply random text. It has roots in a piece of classical Latin literature from 45 BC, making it over 2000 years old. Richard McClintock, a Latin professor at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, looked up one of the more obscure Latin words, consectetur, from a Lorem Ipsum passage, […]