5 History of Joseph Smith by his Mother, Chapter 5

Chapter 5 Brief look at Lydia Mack, third daughter of Solomon Mack.      1764 to January 8, 1826 joseph smith mormonOf my sister Lydia I shall say but little; not that I loved her less, or that she was less deserving of honorable mention, but she seemed to float more with the stream of common events than those who have occupied the foregoing pages; hence fewer incidents of striking character are furnished for the mind to dwell upon.She sought riches and obtained them, but in the day of prosperity she remembered the poor, for she dealt out her substance to the needy with a liberal hand through life and died the object of their affection. As she was beloved in life, so she was bewailed in death.

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