A Young Folks' History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints eBook

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NAMES OF THE TWELVE APOSTLES.

SINCE THE ORGANIZATION OF THE CHURCH.

1 Thomas B. Marsh, 2 David W. Patten, 3 Brigham Young, 4 Heber C. Kimball, 5 Orson Hyde, 6 William E. McLellin, 7 Parley P. Pratt, 8 Luke S. Johnson, 9 William Smith, 10 Orson Pratt, 11 John F. Boynton, 12 Lyman E. Johnson, 13 John E. Page, 14 John Taylor, 15 Wilford Woodruff, 16 George A. Smith, 17 Willard Richards, 18 Lyman Wight, 19 Amasa M. Lyman, 20 Ezra T. Benson, 21 Charles C. Rich, 22 Lorenzo Snow, 23 Erastus Snow, 24 Franklin D. Richards, 25 George Q. Cannon, 26 Joseph F. Smith, 27 Brigham Young, Jun., 28 Albert Carrington, 29 Moses Thatcher, 30 Francis M. Lyman, 31 John Henry Smith, 32 George Teasdale, 33 Heber J. Grant, 34 John W. Taylor, 35 Marriner W. Merrill, 36 Anthon H. Lund, 37 Abraham H. Cannon, 38 Matthias F. Cowley, 39 Abraham O. Woodruff, 40 Rudger Clawson, 41 Reed Smoot, 42 Hyrum M. Smith, 43 Geo. Albert Smith, 44 Chas. W. Penrose, 45 George F. Richards, 46 Orson F. Whitney, 47 David O. McKay, 48 Anthony W. Ivins, 49 Joseph F. Smith.  Jun., 50 James E. Talmage.

FOOTNOTES: 

[Footnote 1:  Not.—­If we say that the Father and the Son came to Joseph because of his prayer, we might conclude that every boy who prayed should receive such a visit.  No; the time had come for the ushering in of a new dispensation, etc.  To bring out this thought is the idea of this question.]

[Footnote 2:  Jensen’s Historical Record, page 838.  Whitney’s History of Utah.  Vol.  I, page 274.]

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