While living in Wales, pioneer Laura Peters was convinced to move to Zion by whom?
a. Her previous minister
b. Her parents
c. The elders that baptized her
d. Three heavenly visitants
1. D. Music Lessons
The following from the journal of William Smith:
Father “was a teacher of music by note to a considerable extent.”
William Smith, “Notes Written on ‘Chambers’ Life of Joseph Smith’” (ca. 1875), in Early Mormon Documents, comp. and ed. Dan Vogel, 5 vols. (Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1996), 1:487.
2. C. Young Joe
Some people reported that the Smiths were lazy and irresponsible, nevertheless, one neighbor, Orlando Saunders said, “They have all worked for me many a day; they were very good people. Young Joe (as we called him then) has worked for me, and he was a good worker; they all were.”
Saints’ Herald 28 (1881): 165.
3. A. Non attendance
On March 29, 1830, one week before the organization of the Church, Lucy, Hyrum, and Samuel were suspended from the Presbyterian church for non attendance.
James B. Allen and Glen M. Leonard, The Story of the Latter-day Saints (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Company, 1992), 39.