Susa Young Gates
Why did Brigham Young banish his daughter, Susa, to St. George?
a. For non-payment of tithing
b. For skipping her meetings
c. For dating a non-member
d. For helping her sister elope
A Brigham Young’s family had him put behind bars
From the life of George Q. Cannon: As Brigham Young’s personal secretary, Cannon was appointed chief executor of the will.
Settlement of the estate was complicated by a suit filed by several Young heirs, resulting in three weeks imprisonment for Cannon and his co-executors Brigham Young, Jr., and Albert Carrington. In prison Cannon entertained may visitors and frequently granted inmate requests to “preach to the spirits in prison.”
Richard S. Van Wagoner and Steven C. Walker, A Book of Mormons, (Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1982), 52.