Joseph Smith Jr. Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Joseph Smith Jr. Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best 1st President of the Church of Christ Joseph Smith, Jr. including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Joseph Smith, Jr.
Real Name Joseph Smith, Jr.
Famous as 1st President of the Church of Christ (later the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints)
Nationality American
Religion Mormon
Personal life of Joseph Smith, Jr.
Born on 23 December 1805
Birthday 23rd December
Died At Age 38
Sun Sign Capricorn
Born in Sharon, Vermont, United States
Died on 27 June 1844
Place of death Carthage, Illinois, United States
Cause of Death Execution
Family Background of Joseph Smith, Jr.
Father Joseph Smith, Sr.
Mother Lucy Mack Smith
Siblings Hyrum Smith, William Smith, Samuel Harrison Smith, Alvin Smith, Don Carlos Smith
Spouses/Partners Rhoda Richards (m. 1843-1844), Emily Dow Partridge (m. 1843-1844), Olive Grey Frost (m. 1843-1844), Eliza Roxcy Snow (m. 1842-1844), Mary Elizabeth Rollins (m. 1842-1844), Zina D. H. Young (m. 1841-1844), Louisa Beaman
children Joseph Smith III
Founder/Co-Founder Latter Day Saint movement
Personal Fact of Joseph Smith, Jr.

Joseph Smith was an American religious leader and the founder of Mormonism. According to Smith, an angel named Moroni directed him to a buried book of golden plates hidden at the Hill Cumorah and as per the instruction of the angel he translated the book and published it as the Book of Mormon. The series of visions that Smith experienced includes the one where he saw the Father and the Son. He founded The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and remained its first president.

The Mormons revere him as a prophet like the biblical prophets Moses and Isaiah. He was called the Prophet by the Latter-day Saints as he relied on revelations from God for guidance, knowledge and instruction rather than his own wisdom. Many of his revelations were published as the Pearl of Great Price and as the Doctrine and Covenants. His tutelage covers views on God and His nature, religious collectivism, cosmology, political organization and family structures. Although he had thousands of devoted followers, he was strongly criticised by newspapers and often tagged as a religious fanatic.


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