THANKS EVERYONE FOR PARTICIPATING AND MAKING IT A WONDERFUL REUNION
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Here are some additional photos taken of this event. Each picture has fun story.
Pic 1. Inside cover of the book of Mormon
Pic 2. Wife Count that attended viewing
Pic 3. Center is Reuel Smith (Great Grandson talking to Cousins)
PIc 4. Apparently after it was presented to the church history department, Harold Jacobson wrote on the inside as he helped “prepare” it. Does this mean rebound?
Pic 5 Sample of Grandpa Jesse’s Journal (you have got to love the first 2 lines)
HELLO WONDERFUL JSN FAMILY
2. VIDEO OF GRANDPA JESSE’S 180TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION. We missed you if you weren’t there. Here is the Youtube Link. Grandpa Jesse was there in the flesh. Its updated so it includes some newer photos I found.
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I have never seen this picture before but found it on Ancestry.com. Thanks to Cody Ryan Johnson for sharing. Can anyone comment on it. Here are Codys comments
“Hi Shaun. Yes, I am related to Jesse Nathaniel Smith. He is my Great-Great-Great-Grandfather through his daughter Eliza Snow Smith. To answer your other email the picture of Jesse N. ...
On Monday night for FHE (Dec 1st, day before his birthday), Grandpa Jesse came and shared many wonderful stories. He also had his Grandchildren share their favorite stories as well. We had 3 Board members that attended this event- Krista, Richard, and Shaun. We loved the children that came since they are the future of the foundation. The treats were great. We sang a rousing “Happy Birthday” to Grandpa Jesse and he was still able to blow out candles.
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View the Book of Mormon given to Grandpa Jesse in March of 1842 by Joseph Smith and learn why it went missing for so long.
When: Dec 2nd 2:30 p.m.
Where: Church history library (NE corner from temple square)
Why: To help our young people appreciate who is was and what he represents. Any Questions can email Shaun Heaton at firstname.lastname@example.org