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Published: Saturday, April 9 2011 5:00 a.m. MDT

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Tucson, AZ

Wonderful story, thank you.

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Hewitt, Texas

Thank you for an uplifting story.

D. Chapman
Alpena, Michigan

About a year ago, I attended one of those firesides mentioned in the article. I have since reflected on how sad it is that many of the Prophet Joseph's descendants are unaware of the significance of his work. The fireside--both speaking and songs were uplifting and encouraging. Hopefully, many more of the Prophet Joseph's descendants will discover what Kimberly and Bryan have. I recommend them and their work most highly. Thanks for the article.

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The Caravan Moves On
Enid, OK

Very cool!

I am proud to say that my great-great-great-grandfather was Luke S. Johnson, a personal friend of Joseph's. I also have another ancestor who was Joseph and Hyrum's personal tailor.

It is good to see Joseph's posterity returning to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Truly, the work of the Lord continues!

Sneaky Jimmy
Bay Area, CA

Luke S. Johnson
He is the only man in the LDS Church that served as a bishop after having served as an apostle.

The lives of the pioneers are amazing.

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