J. Golden Kimball: The Story of a Unique Personality, pg. 19; “Mother married Heber C. Kimball at Nauvoo, Illinois, and she knew not her number as one of his polygamous wives. I don’t know either. Mother didn’t have any idea, as father never told her. My mother was no concubine, but an acknowledged wife. She was a wife and mother. And not many lived who, to my mind, were quite so good.” How very sad.
1 Kings 11:3; “And he had seven hundred wives, princesses, and three hundred concubines: and his wives turned away his heart.”
The point here isn’t the number of wives or concubines there are. The point is that these men had more than one wife. Look at the result.