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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Joseph_Smith

Eyewitness William Daniels wrote in his 1845 account that Smith was alive when mob members propped his body against a nearby well, assembled a makeshift firing squad, and shot him before fleeing. Daniels' account also states that one man tried to decapitate Smith for a bounty, but was prevented by divine intervention.

famous-trials.com/carthrage/1255-danielsaccount

The following account was first published in the Nauvoo Neighbor in its May 7 and May 14, 1845 issues. William Daniels was a key prosecution witness and the publication of his account a few weeks before Carthage Conspiracy trial was a great benefit to the defense, who used it extensively to impeach Daniels during ...

my.ilstu.edu/~ftmorn/cjhistory/casestud/carthage.html

William M. Daniels, a young Mormon [he joined the Church after the murders] claimed he saw the killing. He said that Sharp had aroused the mob to do the deed. Levi Williams was the person personally in leadership of the charge on the jail, claimed Daniels. Daniels became questionable when he declared he saw ...

www.mormondialogue.org/topic/17697-joseph-smiths-death

William M. Daniels became the chief prosecution witness in the trial of those accused of murdering Joseph and Hyrum in May 1845. Just two weeks before the trial he published a twenty-four page booklet on "the names and proceedings of the principal murderers of Joseph and Hyrum Smith," which ...

www.deilataylor.com/correct-account-murders-generals-joseph-hyrum-smith

June 27, 1844 marks the day that the Prophet Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum Smith were murdered. I read a new account of the event, recorded, and published in 1845, by an eyewitness, non-Mormon, by the name of William M. Daniels. The published work was in the LDS Church Historian vault, became available in ...

www.vmi.edu/archives/genealogy-biography-alumni/featured-historical-biographies/jonathan-daniels-civil-rights-hero

Jonathan M. Daniels, a native of Keene, New Hampshire, was valedictorian of the VMI Class of 1961. ... In August 1965 Daniels and 22 others were arrested for participating in a voter rights demonstration in Fort Deposit, Alabama, and transferred to the county jail in ... Produced by Lawrence Benaquist and William Sullivan.

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Home arrow Nineteenth Century Mormon Publications arrow A correct account of the murder of Generals Joseph and Hyrum Smith : at Carthage, on the 27th day... Reference URL. Share. Add tags. Comment. Rate. To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, IM or document. To embed the entire object, paste this ...

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from Sunday Sermons, by Cordell and Janice Vail, http://www.vcaa.com/epistles/ sss/ss-masons.htm, dated 23 Nov 2003, retrieved December 15, 2007. ↑ William M. Daniels (1845). A Correct Account of the Murder of Generals Joseph and Hyrum Smith, at Carthage on the 27th Day of June, 1844 (Nauvoo, Ill.: John Taylor).

caselaw.findlaw.com/us-1st-circuit/1650698.html

Nov 25, 2013 ... On both his Schedules B and C, Daniels wrote: “As of 8/06/07: Debtor's 401– qualified pension: 'William Daniels Profit–Sharing Plan' (tax ID # [XX–XXX]2459/ formed 8/15/88; approved by IRS 08/07/01), held by Walker Realty Trust, Wm M. Daniels, Trustee: inventory and valuations separately documented[.] ...