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I am very pleased and happy and grateful for this opportunity to speak to the Saints in this historic place and to the Saints in other places where I have been assigned to conferences recently—to Hurricane, Utah, and Wendell, Idaho. I have many friends there. It’s a real privilege for me to share my testimony this afternoon and give the thoughts that are in my heart.

St. George is close to many of Utah's national parks but it's also a vacation destination with sites all its own. Check out the history or just have some fun in the sun. Learn more!

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Grafton Ghostown

John Wood Sr., b. 14 Feb 1819, in Hurst, Ashton Under Lyne, Lancashire, England, d. 4 Aug 1911 in Hurricane, Utah, buried at Hurricane City Cemetery, Hurricane, Utah. Cause of death; old age. Ellen Smith Wood, wife of John Wood Sr., b. 18 Feb 1822 in Staleybridge, Dukinfield, Cheshire, England, d. 18 Feb 1899 in Grafton, Utah, buried at Grafton Cemetery, Grafton, Utah.