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The royal line

revised and redesigned by Albert F. Schmuhl
Schmuhl, Albert F. (Main Author)
Pedigree Chart
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : A.F. Schmuhl, 1980
1 pedigree chart ; 1026 x 93 cm.
Rev. [ed.]

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"First issued March 1929 in New York City, New York; revised and redesigned March 1980 by the original compiler, Albert F. Schmuhl, Salt Lake City, Utah."

Black line print.

"Genealogical lineages shown on the chart may not always be from father to son, especially in the reigning houses of Kings; some ancient connections are based on legends, believed to be true."

Ancestry to Adam of some leaders of the Mormon Church in the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as the ancestry of some presidents of the United States (George Washington and Abraham Lincoln). Much of this ancestry is through nobility and Biblical lines, and the nobility line particularly concentrates on the royalty of Great Britain. The LDS leaders named are Jedediah M. Grant (1816-1856), Daniel H. Wells (1819-1891), Orson F. Whitney (1855-1931), Richard R. Lyman (1870-1963), and Joseph Smith Jr. (1804-1844).

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