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:
- Welcome Chapman (1805-1893) - First stake president of LDS Manti Utah Stake - negotiated peace with local indian tribes.
- Zacheus Cheney (1818-1898) - left a highly detailed journal of his experiences in the Mormon Battalion.
- Ezra J Clark )1946-1868) - LDS missionary died on passage home from mission in England.
- Ezra T Clark (1823-1901) - Only person in the LDS Church known to have lost two sons in the mission field.
- John A Clark (1871-1895) - died on mission to Palistine. 90 years later, his gravestone would yet play a key role in getting the church recognition in the new State of Israel.
- Zebedee Coltrin (1804-1887) - 1st Quorum of Seventy.
- Gen Philip St George Cooke (1809-1895) - commanding officer of the [Mormon Battalion from Santa Fe to San Diego. Highly experienced indian fighter and commander of Union cavalry forces in the Civil War.
- Quentin L Cook (living) - LDS Apostle today with a doctorate from Stanford University.
- See also Book of Mormon, Witnesses of
- Oliver Cowdery (1806-1850) - 2nd Elder of the Church, one of the Three Witnesses to the Book of Mormon, and principle scribe to the prophet Joseph Smith during the translation.
- OneGreatFamily.com -Search Mormon Pioneer Records
- early pioneer history records - compiled by Fold3.com