Joseph Smith attended the funeral of a faithful Church member, Susan Johnson, the daughter of Ezekiel Johnson.
Mary Duty Smith, Joseph Smith's ninety-three-year-old grandmother, arrived in Kirtland.
Joseph Smith's grandmother Mary Duty Smith died.
Due to sickness, Joseph Smith was unable to raise his head from his pillow to bid farewell to a group of missionaries.
After Joseph Smith had been extremely sick and weak for a few days, Dr. Levi Richards attended to him, and the Prophet regained his strength immediately.
While Joseph Smith was traveling to Far West, Missouri, his brother Hyrum's wife, Jerusha Barden Smith, died in Kirtland.
Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon fled Kirtland to escape mob violence.
Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon were suffering financially and did not have enough money to provide for their families.
Joseph Smith plowed his garden.
Joseph and Emma Smith's son Alexander Hale Smith was born.
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