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In part because of their continued disagreement over the legitimacy of Smith and the golden plates, and because of the loss of his farm, Harris and his wife separated.
Lucy Harris was described by Lucy Mack Smith as a woman of "irascible temper" but claims have been made that Harris had abused her.
Harris became an early member of the Church of Christ , which Smith organized on April 6, In , Harris prophesied, '" Jackson would be the last president that we would have; and that all persons who did not embrace Mormonism in two years' time would be stricken off the face of the earth.
On June 3, , at a conference at the headquarters of the church in Kirtland, Ohio , Harris was ordained to the office of high priest and served as a missionary in the Midwest, Pennsylvania , and New York.
On February 12, , Sidney Rigdon charged Harris before the Kirtland High Council , then the chief judicial and legislative council of the church.
Among the charges was the allegation that Harris had "told Edqr. Another charge was, that he exalted himself above Bro. Joseph, in that he said bro.
Joseph knew not the contents of the Book of Mormon until after it was translated. The council forgave him and gave him much good advice. Lucy Harris died in the summer of , and on November 1, , Harris married Caroline Young, the year-old daughter of Brigham Young 's brother, John.
Harris was 31 years older than his new wife; they had seven children together. In , dissension arose in Kirtland over the failure of the church's Kirtland Safety Society bank.
Harris called it a "fraud" and was among the dissenters who broke with Smith and attempted to reorganize the church, led by Warren Parrish. Smith and Rigdon relocated to Far West, Missouri.
In , Smith called the Three Witnesses Cowdery, Harris, and Whitmer "too mean to mention; and we had liked to have forgotten them.
In its articles of incorporation, Harris was named one of the church's three trustees. In , Harris is said to have told "he never saw the plates with his natural eyes, only in vision or imagination.
In March , disillusioned church members said that Harris had publicly denied that any of the Witnesses to the Book of Mormon had ever seen or handled the golden plates.
Harris's statement reportedly induced five influential members, including three apostles, to leave the church. By , Parrish and other church leaders had rejected the Book of Mormon and consequently broke with Harris, who continued to testify to its truth.
In June , the Painesville Telegraph reported, "Martin Harris believes that the work in its commencement was a genuine work of the Lord, but that Smith, having become worldly and proud, has been forsaken of the Lord, and has become a knave and impostor.
He expects that the work will be yet revived, through other instrumentalities. Even before he had become a Mormon, Harris had changed his religion at least five times.
In August , Harris traveled on a mission to England for the Strangite church , but the Mormon conference there declined to listen to him;. When he insisted on preaching outside the building, police removed him.
By , Harris had broken with Strang and accepted the leadership claims of fellow Book of Mormon witness David Whitmer. Mormon apostle William E.
McLellin organized a Whitmerite congregation in Kirtland, and Harris became a member. Harris was also briefly intrigued by the "Roll and Book," a supernatural scripture that was delivered to the Shakers.
In , his wife left him to gather with the Mormons in Utah Territory while he remained in Kirtland and gave tours of the temple to curious visitors.
In , Harris gave an interview which described him as "an earnest and sincere advocate of the spiritual and divine authority of the Book of Mormon.
He considers them apostates from the true faith; and as being under the influence of the devil. Harris says, that the pretended church of the 'Latter Day Saints,' are in reality 'latter day devils,' and that himself and a very few others are the only genuine Mormons left.
Harris lived the last four and a half years of his life with relatives in Cache Valley. He died on July 10, , in Clarkston , Utah Territory , and was buried there.
Although he was estranged from Mormon leaders for most of his life, Harris continued to testify to the truth of the Book of Mormon.
Nevertheless, at least during the early years, Harris "seems to have repeatedly admitted the internal, subjective nature of his visionary experience.
Gilbert, the typesetter for most of the book, said that he had asked Harris, "Martin, did you see those plates with your naked eyes? In March , disillusioned church members said that Harris had publicly denied that any of the Witnesses to the Book of Mormon had ever seen or handled the golden plates—although Harris had not been present when Whitmer and Cowdery first claimed to have viewed them—and they claimed that Harris's recantation, made during a period of crisis in early Mormonism, induced five influential members, including three apostles, to leave the church.
Are you sure you see it? Or are your eyes playing you a trick or something? During , a time of intense conflict within the Church, Harris clashed with Sidney Rigdon and refused to join the Church-sponsored Kirtland Safety Society, which was issuing paper money.
Harris was released from the high council on September 3, , and was excommunicated during the last week of December Although evidence exists that Harris's excommunication was never official, he accepted the action and subsequently applied for and was baptized on November 7, The Strangites, a splinter group formed after Joseph Smith's death see Schismatic Groups , paid his expenses, though he did not believe or preach Strangite doctrine.
In , Harris had prophesied that the Book of Mormon would be preached in England, and he was eager to preach there himself.
Returning to Kirtland, he prospered and acted as a self-appointed guide-caretaker of the deserted Kirtland Temple, listing himself in the census as "Mormon preacher.
In the spring of , Caroline and the children journeyed to Utah, but Harris remained in Kirtland until In he lived with George Harris, his son by Lucy.
From to , he supported himself by leasing ninety acres of land in Kirtland. In , efforts were renewed to bring Martin Harris to Utah. William H. He accepted rebaptism as evidence of his reaffirmation of faith on September 17, , and, at Brigham Young's invitation, publicly testified of the Book of Mormon.
Martin Harris inspired a folk-hero tradition that has lasted down to the present. The play marked a fourth generation's rehearsal of Martin Harris's witness: "Yes, I did see the plates on which the Book of Mormon was written.
Homer in a statement sworn before J. Robinson, Apr. Anderson, Richard Lloyd. Investigating the Book of Mormon Witnesses.
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