Joseph Bates Noble: Polygamy and the Temple Lot Case

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In 1892, a deposition was taken in a Salt Lake City courtroom to gather evidence in a land ownership battle between two offshoot branches of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) The dispute centered on ownership of land purchased to build a temple, known as the Temple Lot property, in Independence, Missouri. Although a key witness at the deposition, Joseph Bates Noble had little knowledge of land purchases dating back to 1832, yet his testimony was critical for validation of standing for the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (RLDS) or for the Church of Christ (Temple Lot). In fact, at the age of 82, Noble had been thrust into the limelight of LDS Church history because of his claim to have presided over the first polygamous marriage of Mormon prophet Joseph Smith.
Noble officiated at the marriage in 1841 that united his sister-in-law with Smith, an event now cited as the beginning of the practice of polygamy in the church. His testimony would either validate Joseph Smith’s polygamist background for the Temple Lot Church or expose his recollections as falsehoods for the RLDS Church.
Noble’s service to his church dated back to the very beginnings of Mormonism, marching with Smith and Zion’s Camp, helping to build Kirtland, defending the church in Missouri, and working to build Nauvoo. While he never held an official church position of major importance, Noble’s devotion to Joseph Smith and his close association with later church leaders entwined his life with the founding events of Mormonism. Author David Clark sets Noble’s life story in the context of the court deposition, visiting the remarkable events in the life of this Mormon 'foot soldier.'
 

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David L. Clark is W. H. Twenhofel Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He also taught at Southern Methodist University and Brigham Young University. His work has been published in The Journal of Mormon History and Brigham Young University Studies.

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"As a biography, it is fascinating and very ejoyable, with much of the pleasure coming from Clark's innovative approach. For those interested in what the 'Temple Lot Case' was all about, this book will definitely whet their appetites."—The Journal of Mormon History
 

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