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Serving Till Death: Elder Joseph Brackenbury

Serving Till Death: Elder Joseph Brackenbury

There aren’t many people who can say that they served the gospel until they died. Elder Joseph Brackenbury is one of them. An emigrant from England, he joined the then newly christened Church of Christ in April 10th of 1831. He was immediately called as an elder...
Where’s Mary?

Where’s Mary?

I want to share a story from my “family history vault” of my 3rd great grandfather, Hans Lars Nielsen, who was taught the gospel in Denmark in the 1870’s. He was one of the many early converts who was taught the gospel and heeded the call to come to “Zion” in America....
To The Family History Warriors

To The Family History Warriors

Calling all family history warriors! HistoryOfMormonism.com is starting a weekly column featuring the stories of members of the Church who died in service to the gospel, whether in more recent Church History or in the early days of the Church. Our desire is to give a...
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