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Nauvoo Reunion: 25th Anniversary of Cemetery Dedication

The 2016 Reunion marks 25 years since the Smith Family Nauvoo Cemetery was improved, beautified, and dedicated. It also means that for the last 25 years, Smith family members have helped pay for cemetery maintenance and upkeep. What a blessing

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Sacred Ground: The Smith Family Cemetery in Old Nauvoo, Part II

By Julie Maddox, Joseph Sr & Lucy Mack Smith Family Association Newsletter Editor For many years, the Smith Family Nauvoo Cemetery was almost forgotten. Few graves were marked, all Smith family was gone from Nauvoo by 1879, rising waters threatened

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Walking in their Shoes

By Steve & Frances Orton and Joy Ercanbrack

Walking in their Shoes was designated as the theme for the 2014 Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack Smith Family Reunion. The family gained a deeper respect for our ancestors who lived in the Independence, Missouri area as we toured Far West, Adam-ondi-Ahman, and the sacred Liberty Jail. We learned that God does not abandon us, just as he did not abandon Joseph and Hyrum when they were unjustly imprisoned in the Liberty Jail. Truth does prevail and the mercies of God will be revealed.

The full article is listed on the Reunion web site at http://reunion.josephsmithsr.org/?p=400

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Smith Family in the News and in Story

IDigNauvoo is in the news! Visit www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bk9_EqEhFtQ This year IdigNauvoo volunteersare working at both the Joseph Sr.Homestead and the Samuel H. Smithhome site. Significant events at the IdigNauvoosite include the restoration of the stonesteps on the east side of the

Joseph Smith Sr. Genealogical Website

http://www.josephsmithsr.com Take advantage of the JosephSmith Sr. Genealogical Websitesmany features! It can help you& us keep accurate informationand extend that information morereadily to your family and extendedfamily. It can also help those whoare related to many of the familysthousands of

Sacred Ground: The Smith Family Cemetery in Old Nauvoo, Part I

By Julie Maddox, Joseph Sr & Lucy Mack Smith Family Association Newsletter Editor The place where a man is buried is sacred to me. Joseph Smith Jr. I feel the full emotion of that statement, sitting here on the wooden

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Spring 2008

The Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack Smith Foundation Newsletter Home http://josephsmithsr.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/NewsletterSpring2008.pdf

Hyrum Turns 200 – Huge Celebration

By Eldred G. and Hortense Smith VIDEO AVAILABLE On February 15, 2000 an historical and significant gathering took place in the Assembly Hall on Temple Square. More than 3,000 descendants of the great Patriarch Hyrum Smith came to praise and

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Spring 2000

The Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack Smith Foundation Newsletter Home Volume 9, Spring 2000 http://josephsmithsr.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/NewsletterSpring2000.pdf Hyrum Turns 200 – Huge Celebration

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