Joseph Smith (1805-1844) was an American religious leader and the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, which gave rise to Mormonism. Joseph Smith may also refer to: Contents 1 Latter Day Saints, 2 Sportspeople, 3 Others, 4 See also, Latter Day Saints: Joseph Smith, Sr. (1771-1840), father of Joseph Smith, and first Presiding Patriarch in the Latter Day Saint movement, Joseph Smith III (1832-1914), first Prophet-President of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Joseph F. Smith (1838-1918), nephew of Joseph Smith, Jr.; sixth president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Joseph Fielding Smith (1876-1972), son of Joseph F. Smith and tenth president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Joseph Fielding Smith (presiding patriarch) (1899-1964), Presiding Patriarch of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1942 to 1946, Sportspeople: Joe Smith (athlete) American runner, 1942 Boston Marathon winner, Joe Smith (basketball) (born 1975), American basketball player, Joe Smith (catcher) (1893-1974), American baseball catcher, Joe Smith (footballer born 1886), English footballer for Hull City, Everton and Bury, Joseph Smith (footballer born 1888) (1888-1928), English footballer with Sheffield United F.C. and Derby County F.C., Joe Smith (footballer born 1889) (1889-1971), England international footballer with Bolton Wanderers F.C. and manager of Blackpool F.C., Joseph Smith (footballer born 1889) (1889-1916), known as Joe Smith, English footballer with Brmingham F.C. and Chesterfield F.C., killed in action during the First World War, Joe Smith (footballer born 1890) (1890-1956), England international footballer with West Bromwich Albion F.C., Joe Smith (footballer born 1953), Scottish footballer with Aberdeen F.C., Joe Smith (gridiron football) (born 1979), Canadian pro football player, Joe Smith (pitcher) (born 1984), American baseball player, Joe Smith (swimmer) (born 1933), oldest man to swim the English Channel, Joe Smith (winger), English professional footballer, Joseph M. Smith, British Olympic athlete, Joseph Smith (bobsleigh) (1925-1983), U.S. bobsledder, Joseph Smith (cricketer) (born 1946), Jamaican-born former English cricketer, Others: J. Joseph Smith (1904-1980), U.S. Representative from Connecticut, Joe F. Smith (1918-2013), American Democratic Party politician from West Virginia, Joe L. Smith (1880-1962), American Democratic Party politician from West Virginia, Joe Smith (Missouri politician), Republican member of the Missouri House of Representatives, Joe Smith (musician) (1902-1937), jazz trumpeter, Joseph A. Smith (died 2003), American politician; Sheriff of Worcester County, Massachusetts, 1962-1977, Joseph B. Smith (1826-1861), US Naval officer, Joseph C. Smith (1934-1998), American R&B singer and author who recorded as Sonny Knight, Joseph F. Smith (Pennsylvania politician) (1920-1999), United States Representative from Pennsylvania, Joseph R. Smith, US Brigadier General, Joseph Henry Smith (born 1945), Minister for Defence of Ghana, Joseph Lee Smith (1776-1846), American lawyer, soldier, and jurist, Joseph Lindon Smith (1863-1950), American painter, Joseph Saumarez Smith (born 1971), British entrepreneur, journalist and gambling expert, Joseph Showalter Smith (1824-1884), U.S. Representative from Oregon, Joseph Smith (1682-1770), British art collector and consul at Venice, Joseph Smith (1790-1877), American admiral during the American Civil War, Joseph Smith (1796-1869) (born 1796), Presbyterian minister, author, and academic, Joseph Smith (aircraft designer) (1897-1956), English aircraft designer who took over as Chief Designer for Supermarine, Joseph Smith (dancer), American dancer, Joseph Smith (preacher) (1736-1792), Presbyterian minister and founder of Washington & Jefferson College

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