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Horace H. Cummings

Born: Jun 12, 1858

Death: Aug 1, 1937

Birthplace: Provo

Nationality: United States

Horace H. Cummings

Date of Birth : Jun 12, 1858
Date of Death : Aug 1, 1937
Birth Place : Provo

Horace Hall Cummings was an American educator and a leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Born in Provo, Utah Territory, Cummings attended the University of Utah and taught at a school in Millcreek, Utah and at Brigham Young College in Logan, Utah. From 1885 to 1887, Cummings served as an LDS Church missionary in Mexico. He translated some sections of the Doctrine and Covenants into Spanish and in 1887 succeeded Helaman Pratt as the president of the Mexican Mission of the church. In 1905, Cummings became the Commissioner of Church Schools for the LDS Church, succeeding Joseph M. Tanner. He served in this position until 1920, when he was succeeded by apostle David O. McKay. Cummings practiced plural marriage and was married to two women. Cummings died in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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