Author: Frances Orton

View this post in PDF Reunion Pre-Registration and T-shirt Orders due July 18 Happy 241 Birthday toLucy Mack Smith today! (July 8, 1775 May 14, 1856) Lucy Mack Smith: Woman of Great Faith Reunion Agenda Make sure you attend

Name tags this year will be printed on July 20 and shipped with reunion supplies to Nauvoo. If you are unable to register before this date you might have to hand write your name with a sharpie on the reunion

View Post in PDF It Is Time to Register Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack Smith Family Reunion We are excited about this 25th Anniversary of the Smith Family Cemetery Dedication. Registration for the August 4-7 Nauvoo Reunion is now

All Aboard– 25th Anniversary of the Smith Family Cemetery Dedication We have filled all of our original reserved spots on the train, but we have secured a second contractwith Amtrak. We are very excited about the number of reservations we

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View Post in PDF Train Up a Child And Yourself to the 2016 Reunion The 2016 Smith Family Reunion will be held in Nauvoo, Illinois on August 4-7. We are presenting a new travel alternative. Travel by train from Utah

Tagged with: , The First Smith Family Podcast Is Here A great time to sit and watch the Smith Family Podcast would be during family night or General Conference weekend. Elder M. Russell Ballard and Wallace B. Smith, Co-Chairs of the Joseph

Tagged with: , , , You Made It Happen The Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack Smith Family Association awarded a $25,000 scholarship to the Geisel School of Medicine to honor the work of Dr. Nathan Smith and have Josephs name known for good Help Celebrate the Success of Josephs Miracle Run A Smith Family Fireside will be held on Friday, September 11, 2015, 7:00 pm at the Hanover & Lebanon New Hampshire Wards building, 667 Dartmouth College Highway, Lebanon, NH 03766?2044. Dr.

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Online Photo Album Dear Family, A report on the Asael Smith Headstone has been posted to:…. Because of the many donations from the Smith family this work was accomplished. We thank you. Many thanks to James Long for donating

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