Sidney Rigdon (February 19, 1793 – July 14, 1876) was a leader during the early history of the Latter Day Saint movement
Sidney Rigdon was an influential leader in the early days of Mormonism and became a good friend of the Prophet Joseph Smith. He was a powerful orator and defender of ...
Sidney Rigdon : A Portrait of Religious Excess by Richard S. Van Wagoner Few Mormons know the story of Sidney Rigdon. This is the case despite the fact that he ...
Sidney Rigdon, Joseph Smith's right hand man. ... I have been reading many comments about SR's involvement in the writing of the BofM.
Sidney Rigdon Photograph, J. Saunders, 1873. (Church History Library, Salt Lake City.) Name Rigdon, Sidney Gender Male
SIDNEY RIGDON CHRONOLOGY I (Up to his First Baptism in 1817) 1761 : Fort Pitt built by the British at site of modern Pittsburgh
The Dale R. Broadhurst Sites and Major Web-pages: The Oliver Cowdery Memorial Home Page : OliverCowdery.com is dedicated to the life and times of Oliver H. P. Cowdery ...
Sidney Rigdon was born February 19, 1793 in St. Clair township, Alleghany County, Pennsylvania. He was the youngest son of William Rigdon and wife Nancy Gallagher.
Sidney Rigdon was a leader during the early history of the Latter Day Saint movement.
Birth: Feb. 19, 1793 Saint Clair Allegheny County Pennsylvania, USA: Death: Jul. 14, 1876 Friendship Allegany County New York, USA: Religous Leader. First Assistant ...