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us: Smith, Mary Fielding, 1801-1852


  • [Mary Fielding Smith (July 21, 1801 - September 21, 1852) born in Bedforshire, England emigrated to Toronto, Canada in 1834. She joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1836 and moved to Kirtland, Ohio where she married the Mormon prophet Joseeph Smith, Jr.'s brother Hyrum. They later settled in Quincy and Nauvoo, Illinois. Hyrum was murdered in 1844. Mary and her family left Nauvoo in 1846 and emigrated with the Mormon pioneers and settled in Salt Lake City, Utah Territory. She married Heber C. Kimball as a plural wife after her husband's death. She died in Salt Lake City.]

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    • us: Kimball, Mary Fielding Smith, 1801-1852
    • us: Fielding, Mary, 1801-1852
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    • found: Mary Fielding Smith, Daughter of Britain, 1995: t.p., etc. (b. 1801; d. 1852)
    • found: Wikipedia, website viewed November 16, 2012 (Mary Fielding Smith; Mary Fielding Smith Kimball; born Bedfordshire, England, July 21, 1801 to John Fielding and Rachel Ibbotson; died September 21, 1852 in Salt Lake City, Utah Territory; emigrated to Toronto, Canada in 1834; baptized in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1836 and moved to Kirtland, Ohio; married to Hyrum Smith, brother of Joseph Smith, Jr. on December 24, 1837; teacher; governess; moved to Quincy, Illinois and later Nauvoo, Illinois; Mormon pioneer left Nauvoo in 1846 and settled in Salt Lake City, Utah Territory; married Heber C. Kimball after Hyrum's death)
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    • [Mary Fielding Smith (July 21, 1801 - September 21, 1852) born in Bedforshire, England emigrated to Toronto, Canada in 1834. She joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1836 and moved to Kirtland, Ohio where she married the Mormon prophet Joseeph Smith, Jr.'s brother Hyrum. They later settled in Quincy and Nauvoo, Illinois. Hyrum was murdered in 1844. Mary and her family left Nauvoo in 1846 and emigrated with the Mormon pioneers and settled in Salt Lake City, Utah Territory. She married Heber C. Kimball as a plural wife after her husband's death. She died in Salt Lake City.]
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