Spencer W. KIMBALL

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Industrialist, Businessman

AmericanBorn Spencer Woolley KIMBALL

American business, civic, and religious leader, and the twelfth president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Born on March 28, 1895 in Salt Lake City, Utah Territory, USA , United States

Died on November 05, 1985 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

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Kimball's grandfather, Heber C. Kimball, was one of the original Latter-day Saint apostles called when Joseph Smith first organized the Quorum in February 1835, and later served as first counselor to Brigham Young in the church's First Presidency from 1847 until his death in 1868. His maternal grandfather, Edwin D. Woolley, was a prominent LDS bishop in Salt Lake City for many years. Through his aunt, Helen Mar Kimball, Kimball was a nephew of Joseph Smith, Jr.



Kimball was born in Salt Lake City, Utah Territory to Andrew Kimball and Olive Woolley, sister of Mormon pioneer and eventual Mormon fundamentalist John W. Woolley. In 1898, when Kimball was three years old, his father was called as president of the St. Joseph Stake, and his family relocated to the town of Thatcher in southeastern Arizona.

...   Kimball's grandfather, Heber C. Kimball, was one of the original Latter-day Saint apostles called when Joseph Smith first organized the Quorum in February 1835, and later served as first counselor to Brigham Young in the church's First Presidency from 1847 until his death in 1868. His maternal grandfather, Edwin D. Woolley, was a prominent LDS bishop in Salt Lake City for many years. Through his aunt, Helen Mar Kimball, Kimball was a nephew of Joseph Smith, Jr.



Kimball was born in Salt Lake City, Utah Territory to Andrew Kimball and Olive Woolley, sister of Mormon pioneer and eventual Mormon fundamentalist John W. Woolley. In 1898, when Kimball was three years old, his father was called as president of the St. Joseph Stake, and his family relocated to the town of Thatcher in southeastern Arizona.



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