Hyrum Smith Part II

Hyrum Smith Part II

A Peacemaker Hyrum’s mild manner and impeachable character allowed him to serve as a peacemaker even in his own family. At a time when his younger brother William became very upset with Joseph after being rebuked by him, Hyrum tried to bring William around....
Spencer W Kimball

Spencer W Kimball

Birth and Childhood Spencer Woolley Kimball was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, on March 28, 1895, to Andrew and Olive Wooley Kimball, where he was the sixth of eleven children. When Spencer was three, his father was called to preside over the St. Joseph Stake in...
James E Faust

James E Faust

Childhood/Education On July 31, 1920, in Delta, Utah, James Esdras Faust was born to George A. and Amy Finlinson Faust. James was brought up in a home with a foundation built upon the gospel of Jesus Christ and where his mother read and taught him lessons from the...
Heber J Grant

Heber J Grant

Heber J. Grant was born November 22, 1856, in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Jedediah M. Grant and Rachel Ivans Grant. Heber’s father died nine days after Heber was born, leaving Rachel to raise her first and only child alone. Even though Heber never knew his father,...
Joseph F. Smith

Joseph F. Smith

Joseph F. Smith Joseph Fielding Smith (Sr) was born November 13, 1838, in Far West, Missouri, to Hyrum and Mary Fielding Smith. At the time of his birth, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church) was experiencing a great deal of persecution....
Lorenzo Snow

Lorenzo Snow

Born on April 3, 1814, in Ohio, Lorenzo Snow was the fifth of seven children born to Oliver and Rosetta Pettibone Snow. After the birth of their first two children, Lorenzo’s parents moved the family from New England to frontier America in Ohio to begin a new...
Copyright © 2019 Mormon History. All Rights Reserved.
This website is not owned by or affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (sometimes called the Mormon or LDS Church). The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the position of the Church. The views expressed by individual users are the responsibility of those users and do not necessarily represent the position of the Church. For the official Church websites, please visit LDS.org or Mormon.org.

Pin It on Pinterest