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Link alphabetical listing (surname) of Mormon Pioneers that played a noteworthy role in the establishment and early history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The following is a collection of biographies, diaries, personal histories, etc:

Early Mormon Pioneer wagon train

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  • Almon W Babbitt (1812-1856) - Zions Camp veteran, 1841 president of LDS Kirtland Stake, first treasurer/secretary for Utah Territory, met tragic end in Nebraska.


  • Alexander Badlam) - Zions Camp veteran and a major church leader for the east coast area.


  • Samuel Baker - oldest volunteer in Zions Camp, age 79.



  • Israel Barlow (1806-1883) - principal figure in the book Israel Barlow and Mormon Mores, an important history of the history church written by his wife.



  • Ezra T Benson (1811-1869) - Apostle in early LDS Church, served missions to US East Coast and the Hawaiian Islands.
  • Ezra Taft Benson (1899-1994) - was the thirteenth president of The Church from 1985 until his death and was United States Secretary of Agriculture for both terms of the presidency of Dwight D. Eisenhower.


  • Ebenezer Brown (1802-1878) - 2nd Sargeant in Co A of the Mormon Battalion, accompanied by his wife Phoebe, who was a camp laundress. They then became the first settlers of Draper Utah where there is a giant statue in their honor.
  • Harry Brown (1808-1852) - Veteran of Zions Camp, Traveling Companion of Wilford Woodruff, Only LDS General Authority to die in 1852 Steamboat Saluda tragedy.
  • Sarah Brown (1834-1909) - plural wife of prophet Wilford Woodruff, survivor of 1852 steamboat Saluda tragedy. Wrote pioneer autobiography.
  • Samuel Brown (1801-1882) - Zions Camp Veteran, !st Quorum of Seventy, only General Authority of the Church to be killed by indians.




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