Joseph Byron Smith papers 1923-1975


Joseph Byron Smith papers, 1923-1975

Joseph Byron Smith papers 1923-1975

1 folder; (0.1 linear ft.)


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Joseph Smith, Sr. Family Reunion. (corporateBody)

Organization for the descendants of the family of Joseph Smith, Sr. (1771-1840), father of the Mormon prophet Joseph Smith, Jr. (1805-1844). From the description of Newsletters, 1972-1981. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122424956 From the guide to the Joseph Smith, Sr. family reunion newsletters, 1972-1981, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections) ...

Smith, Joseph Byron, 1906-1997 (person)

Joseph Byron Smith (1906-1997) was a descendant of Joseph Smith, Sr. and a convert to the Mormon church. Joseph Byron Smith was born on December 1, 1906 to Joseph Bailey and Effie Howell Smith. He grew up in Utah and married Emma Elvira Jones in 1925. They had three children. Originally a member of the Reorganized Latter-Day Saints church, he converted to the Mormon church after seventeen years. He was a representative of the Samuel H. Smith branch of the Joseph Smith, S...

Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (corporateBody)

Papers are actually undated 20th century transcriptions of two letters from Mormon missionaries found in the Evening and Morning Star (EMS), a monthly Mormon newspaper, in Ohio and Mich. The letters include one from Samuel Bent in Pontiac, Feb. 16, 1833, published in the April 1833 EMS, and a letter from Gideon (Simeon?) H. Carter in Kirtland (Ohio), dated May 1833 published in the July 1833 EMS. Also, there are notes on the obituaries of William Scoby who died on Dec. 4, 1833 age 22, published ...