Heber C. KIMBALL

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AmericanBorn Heber Chase KIMBALL

Leader in the early Latter Day Saint movement, served as one of the original twelve apostles in the early Church of the Latter Day Saints

Born on June 14, 1801 in Sheldon, Vermont , United States

Died on June 22, 1868 in Salt Lake City, Utah Territory , United States

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Heber Chase Kimball was born in Sheldon, Franklin County, Vermont in 1801. He was a descendant of the Kimball immigrants to Massachusetts from England in 1634. He was named after a judge Heber Chase, who had helped the family in their efforts to settle in the area. Due to the embargo on trade with Britain preceding the War of 1812, his father lost his investments and the family moved into western New York. They settled in West Bloomfield, New York, Ontario County, around 1811. ...   Heber Chase Kimball was born in Sheldon, Franklin County, Vermont in 1801. He was a descendant of the Kimball immigrants to Massachusetts from England in 1634. He was named after a judge Heber Chase, who had helped the family in their efforts to settle in the area. Due to the embargo on trade with Britain preceding the War of 1812, his father lost his investments and the family moved into western New York. They settled in West Bloomfield, New York, Ontario County, around 1811.



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