Benjamin Warrington

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Bejamin Warrington was a notable leader[citation needed] in 1800s Nauvoo, Illinois.[1]

Nauvoo[edit]

Warrington was elected to the Nauvoo City Council, despite being a non-Mormon.[2][citation needed] In 1844, he was the lone member of council to vote against the destruction of the Nauvoo Expositor press.[3][citation needed]

The order to destroy the Expositor press led to Smith's arrest and ultimately, his death at the hands of a mob while awaiting trial.[4][5]

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