Template:Latter Day Saint biography/Charles W. Penrose

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 | name                       = Charles W. Penrose
 | PD_image                   = Charleswpenrose.gif
 | birth_name                 = Charles William Penrose
 | birth_date                 = {{birth date|df=yes|1832|02|04}}
 | birth_place                = [[London]], [[England]], [[United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland|United Kingdom]]
 | death_date                 = {{death date and age|df=yes|1925|05|16|1832|02|04}}
 | death_place                = [[Salt Lake City]], [[Utah]], United States
 | death_cause                = [[Chronic bacterial prostatitis|Chronic prostatitis]]
 | resting_place              = [[Salt Lake City Cemetery]]
 | resting_place_coordinates  = {{Coord|40.777|-111.858|type:landmark|display=inline|name=Salt Lake City Cemetery}}
 | spouse                     = Lucetta Stratford
 | children                   = 15
 | parents                    = 
 | portals                    = LDS
 | position_or_quorum1        = First Counselor in the [[First Presidency (LDS Church)|First Presidency]]
 | called_by1                 = [[Heber J. Grant]]
 | predecessor1               = [[Anthon H. Lund]]
 | successor1                 = [[Anthony W. Ivins]]
 | start_date1                = {{start date|1921|03|10|df=yes}}
 | end_date1                  = {{end date|1925|05|16|df=yes}}
 | position_or_quorum2        = Second Counselor in the First Presidency
 | called_by2                 = [[Heber J. Grant]]
 | successor2                 = Anthony W. Ivins
 | start_date2                = {{start date|1918|11|23|df=yes}}
 | end_date2                  = {{end date|1921|03|10|df=yes}}
 | end_reason2                = Called as First Counselor in the [[First Presidency (LDS Church)|First Presidency]]
 | position_or_quorum3        = Second Counselor in the First Presidency
 | predecessor3               = [[John Henry Smith]]
 | called_by3                 = [[Joseph F. Smith]]
 | start_date3                = {{start date|1911|12|07|df=yes}}
 | end_date3                  = {{end date|1918|11|19|df=yes}}
 | end_reason3                = Death of Joseph F. Smith; dissolution of First Presidency
 | position_or_quorum4        = [[Quorum of the Twelve Apostles (LDS Church)|Quorum of the Twelve Apostles]]
 | called_by4                 = Joseph F. Smith
 | start_date4                = {{start date|1904|07|07|df=yes}}
 | end_date4                  = {{end date|1911|12|07|df=yes}}
 | end_reason4                = Called as Second Counselor in the [[First Presidency (LDS Church)|First Presidency]]
 | position_or_quorum5        = [[The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints|LDS Church]] [[Apostle (Latter Day Saints)|Apostle]]
 | president5                 = Joseph F. Smith
 | start_date5                = {{start date|1904|07|07|df=yes}}
 | ordination_reason5         = Death of [[Abraham O. Woodruff]]
 | end_date5                  = {{end date|1925|05|16|df=yes}}
 | reorganization5            = No apostles ordained<ref>[[Charles W. Nibley]] replaced Penrose in the [[First Presidency (LDS Church)|First Presidency]], but Nibley was not ordained as an [[Apostle (Latter Day Saints)|apostle]].</ref>
 | list_notes                 = Penrose was also a professor of theology at [[Brigham Young Academy]] from 1897 to 1899 and again in 1901 and 1902.<ref>Wilkinson, Ernest L., ed., ''Brigham Young University: The First 100 Years''. (Provo: BYU Press, 1975) p. 586</ref>
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