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Six Mormons identified on Forbes 400 (America's Richest People)

Forbes has released its annual survey of the 400 richest Americans, and in its article specifically identifies six of them as being Mormons. Here are a listing of those that are, most likely, the six richest Americans:
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Murder trial of LDS man postponed until January (Hill trial won't have Aiken jury)

Unable to find enough uninfluenced jurors for a fair trial, Judge Marc Westbrook ruled on Thursday, October 14th that the trial of former LDS missionary David Mark Hill would be moved to another county in South Carolina, leading to a three month delay in the trial.

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Civil war hero's descendants pay tribute as veteran reburied

Bro. Norman Hyatt, from Utah, with his sister and brother-in-law Anita and Ralph Davis standing by, dedicated the final resting-place of their great-grandparents, 1st Sgt. Theodore Hyatt and his wife Melvenia. Sgt. Hyatt, a Civil War hero who received the Congressional Medal of Honor in 1894, was among the first three veterans buried in the new Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery near Elwood, Ill.

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Active Utah civic leader Belva Ashton dies at 71

Former General Relief Society Board member Belva Barlow Ashton, 71, died on Friday, October 8th from complications from a stroke. Sister Ashton, widow of well-known LDS Church leader Wendell J. Ashton, was 71.

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People News Briefs

2 LDS Educators get $25,000 awards
Grandson of Mormon author remembered for civility, respect
Retired LDS teacher thinks he captured last photo of Mussolini
Statue of Porter Rockwell to stand in Lehi, Utah's Pioneer Park
LDS patent attorney invents system for generating electricity from waves
With help of a new scholarship program, LDS single mother will finish college
BYU Religion Professor Alan Parrish selected for USU's Hall of Honor

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