Nancy Winchester

Aug 10, 1828
Erie County, Pennsylvania
Mar 17, 1876
Salt Lake City, Utah

Born in 1828 in Erie County, Pennsylvania, Nancy Winchester embraced Mormonism at a young age after her family's encounter with missionaries, eventually settling in Nauvoo and becoming a devoted member of the Female Relief Society, later marrying Joseph Smith and then Heber C. Kimball, and migrating to Utah. Nancy passed away in Salt Lake City in 1876.

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