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Frederick G. Williams
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Full name Frederick Granger Williams
Born October 28, 1787(1787-10-28)
Place of birth Suffield, Connecticut
Died October 10, 1842 (aged 54)
Place of death Quincy, Illinois
LDS Church General Authority
Second Counselor in First Presidency
Called by Joseph Smith, Jr.
Start of term February 18, 1833 (aged 45)
End of term November 7, 1837 (aged 50)
End reason Removed from position by vote of the church

Frederick Granger Williams (October 28, 1787 – October 10, 1842)[1][2] was a leader in the early Latter Day Saint movement and served in the First Presidency as Second Counselor to church president Joseph Smith, Jr. from 1833 to 1837. Although excommunicated for apostasy, he was rebaptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on April 8, 1840.

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