Highlights in the life
of Martin Harris.
 
     
     
  In 1824, Martin met the Smiths and learned of Joseph ‛s Vision and the Book of Mormon.  
  In 1828, he took the characters
to learned men and fulfilled Isaiah‛s prophecy.
 
     
  In 1828, he worked as a scribe for Joseph Smith on the translation of the first 116 pages.
  In 1830, he became one of
the Three Witnesses to the
Book of Mormon.
 
  In 1831, he sells his largest
home and 151 acres to pay for the printing of the Book of Mormon.
     
  He left his family in Palmyra
to gather with the Church
in Kirtland in 1831, and then
maintained two households.
 
  In 1835, with Whitmer and Cowdery, he selected the First Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.  
  He was excommunicated
from the Church in 1837.
He was rebaptized in 1842.
 
     
  He remained in Ohio when The
Church moved west in 1846,
and then he sent his second
wife and family to Utah 1856.
 
  In 1869, as caretaker of the
Kirtland temple, he was visited
by missionaries, who convinced
him to come to Utah.
 
  He emigrated to Utah in
1870 and bore fervent
testimony until his death in
1875 at the age of 92.
 

 

 

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