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Jan 3 '15 at 20:53 comment added Mr. Bultitude Please edit that into your answer along with relevant quotes.
Jan 3 '15 at 20:49 comment added Ya lo creo The book The Mormon Hierarchy by D. Michael Quinn, pgs 152-153 Bringham young himself defended himself on these charges in a talk I think in 1857, the death was Samuel Smith, young brother of Joseph and his uncle was the man who quit the medication and thus survived. The when was about a month after Joseph's death and the where was Navoo
Jan 3 '15 at 20:35 comment added Mr. Bultitude So give us references for such deaths, as in who and when. Also references for how exactly those deaths helped propel him toward leadership. That's what makes for a good supported answer on this site.
Jan 3 '15 at 20:33 comment added Ya lo creo If you are accusing me of accusing young, why sir I never did such a thing. I have read of speculation regarding sudden deaths of rivals who were poisoned or at least their families thought so and one gave a death bed claim to such and one instance of a rival who survived, giving credit of his surviving to his stopping taking the powdered medication given him by a mormon doctor.Young himself denied involvement in these matters using his being out of town at the time as an alibi.
Jan 3 '15 at 19:12 comment added Mr. Bultitude Welcome to the site. This answer would be a lot better if you added specifics as well as references. Right now it's innuendo, which in an academic context is not ideal, especially when dealing with a sensitive subject (such as accusing one of the founders of a major religion of murder). See How we are different than other sites? and What makes a good supported answer?
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