LOCATION: Hyde and Kimball Streets
Lucy Mack Smith (1775-1856) was raised in New England and married Joseph Smith Sr. in 1796. Their lives were marked by hardship, but they were devoted to their children and their faith in God. They supported their son, Joseph, in his ministry, moving with the Saints each time they were driven from their homes. Joseph Sr. died in Nauvoo in 1840. Mother Smith, as she was known, remained active in the community but was not well enough to travel with the Saints to Utah in 1846. She wrote a history of her family that is considered a primary source of information about Joseph Smith and his role in restoring the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
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