Mary Fielding Smith and Joseph F. Smith Crossing the Plains, by Glen S. Hopkinson (62608); GAK 412; GAB 101; Primary manual 5-49; Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Joseph F. Smith … Joseph F. Smith, "Recollections," printed in serial format, Juvenile Instructor. 2013 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. She was the widow of Hyrum Smith and traveled west with her brother Joseph Fielding and her son Joseph F. Smith. Mary Fielding Smith was a stalwart example of a faithful pioneer. Mormon Handcart Pioneer statue on Temple Square honoring those who walked and died across the plains to Utah. Mary Fielding Smith was the wife of Hyrum Smith, the mother of Joseph F. Smith, and grandmother of Joseph Fielding Smith.. She was born on July 21, 1801, in Bedfordshire, England. Mary Fielding Smith is the wife of Hyrum Smith. I think you would like this book. See Don Cecil Corbett, Mary Fielding Smith: Daughter of Britain (1966), 228. Crossing the Plains Mary Fielding Smith was left a widow when her husband, Hyrum, was killed with his brother the Prophet Joseph. The Know Early in 1846, Brigham Young and 300 others left their beautiful city Nauvoo behind them and crossed the Mississippi river heading west.1 This was the beginning Life of Joseph F. Smith, pages 150-151; Joseph F. Smith, “How One Widow [Mary Fielding Smith] Crossed the Plains,” Young Woman’s Journal, Feb. 1919, 165, 171. Mary Fielding Smith and Joseph F. Smith Crossing the Plains, by Glen S. Hopkinson via lds.org How Was Lehi’s Journey Similar to the Mormon Pioneers’ Trek West? The brothers were murdered at a young age, leaving behind young wives and children. 1. Hyrum was the brother of Joseph Smith, the first prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, whose members are sometimes nicknamed Mormons. She had to care for not only her own large family but also several other helpless or ill people. Related Content Close Panel. Handcart family statue on Temple Square. It tells how she crossed the plains alone. Above: Joseph F. Smith with family members at Mary Fielding Smith’s Salt Lake City home, about 1910. previous next. Sketch of the Life of Rachel Fielding Burton, 1914. 27 May 1871; 10 June 1871; 24 June 1871. … Mary Fielding Smith was the wife of Hyrum Smith. Mary Fielding Smith and her family were traveling acros the plains with the first large group of Mormons that arrived in the Salt Lake Valley in September 1847. In 1834, Mary migrated to Toronto, Canada, where her brother Joseph and her sister Mercy, had moved two years earlier. Joseph F. Smith, "How One Widow [Mary Fielding Smith] Crossed the Plains," Young Woman's Journal, February 1919, 165, 171. Top: Mary Fielding Smith crossing the plains. She is the mother of Joseph Fielding Smith. She was really spunky. One morning, they awoke to find several of their oxen missing. Link connects to 27 May 1871 edition. 2. When one of her oxen was down she didn't give up she gave it a blessing so they could be on their way. Mary Fielding Smith Kimball (July 21, 1801 – September 21, 1852) was an early member of the Latter Day Saint movement, the second wife of Latter Day Saint leader Hyrum Smith, and the mother of Joseph F. Smith, who became president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church).
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