Elden Kingston

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Elden Kingston
Bust photo of Elden Kingston
Elden Kingston c. 1940
Prophet and Presiding Priesthood Leader
Brother #1[1]
January 1, 1935 (1935-01-01)[1] – July 8, 1948 (1948-07-08)
Successor John Ortell Kingston
Personal details
Born Charles Elden Kingston
(1909-10-10)October 10, 1909
Idaho Falls, Idaho, United States[2]
Died July 8, 1948(1948-07-08) (aged 38)
Bountiful, Utah, United States[2]
Cause of death Metastatic carcinoma
Resting place Bountiful Memorial Park
40°52′02″N 111°53′15″W / 40.8672°N 111.8874°W / 40.8672; -111.8874 (Bountiful Memorial Park)
Spouse Including:
  Ethel Gustafson
Parents Charles W. Kingston
Vesta Minerva

Charles Elden Kingston (October 10, 1909 - July 8, 1948[2] ) was the founder of The Latter Day Church of Christ and the Davis County Cooperative Society.

Elden Kingston was supported by his father Charles W. Kingston, his mother Vesta Minerva Kingston, and his siblings as the leader of the Latter Day Church of Christ. In 1941 Elden Kingston formally organized Latter Day Church of Christ as the Davis County Cooperative Society.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Hales, Brian C. "John Ortell Kingston". Retrieved 22 October 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c "Death Certificate:Kingston, Charles Elden". Utah Department of Administrative Servies: Divion of Archives & Records Service. Retrieved 22 October 2013. 
Latter Day Church of Christ titles
Preceded by
J. Leslie Broadbent
as Senior Member of the Priesthood Council
Prophet and Presiding Priesthood Leader
Brother #1

January 1, 1935 - July 8, 1948
Succeeded by
John Ortell Kingston