10--History--The Worldwide Church

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The Worldwide Church Chapter 10
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Life of Joseph Fielding Smith Born July 19, 1876 in Salt Lake City Mother prays for a boy in Salt Lake Temple Age 8, Father and mother left for Hawaii due to Polygamy Hunters. Different public and private persona Mother supports family as a midwife Married Louie E. Shurtliff April 26, 1898 Mission to Great Britain Sustained Assistant Church Historian 1906 His wife Louie dies March 30, 1908 Marries Ethel G. Reynolds Nov. 2, 1908 Called to Quorum of the Twelve April 7, 1910 at age 33. Prolific writer and Gospel Scholar Marries Jessie Ella Evans April 12, 1938 (died Aug. 3, 1971) President of the Church in 1970 age 93. Died July 2, 1972 in Salt Lake City
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His wife Ethel wrote the following about him: When he is gone people will say, He is a good man, sincere, orthodox, etc. They will speak of him as the public knows him, but the man they have in mind is very different from the man I know. The man I know is a kind, loving, husband and father whose great ambition in life is to make his family happy, entirely forgetful of self in his efforts to do this. He is the man who lulls to sleep the fretful child, who tells bedtime stories to the little ones, who is never too tired or too busy to sit up late at night or get up early in the morning to help older children with perplexing problems. When illness
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  • Fall '11
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  • Salt Lake City, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, First Presidency, Brigham Young, Wilford Woodruff

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