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:
- William Wood Hall (1832-1891) - Non-mormon English immigrant that journeyed with his family in the David Cannon 1861 Pioneer Company.
- Emer Harris (1781-1869) - recipient of first bound copy of Book of Mormon. Called to mission in D&C 75:30. Utah pioneer and patriarch.
- Martin Harris (1783-1875) - One of the Three Witnesses, translation scribe, missionary, and primary financier of first edition of Book of Mormon.
- All is Lost - Story of Martin Harris and the lost manuscript - LDS Ensign Magazine July 2018.
- Alonzo A Hinckley (1870-1936) LDS Apostle and first President of the LDS Deseret Stake.
- Bryant S Hinckley (1867-1961) was an American author, religious speaker, civic leader and educator. He served as a prominent mid-level leader in The Church. His books were primarily designed for a Latter-day Saint audience.
- Edwin S Hinckley (1868-1929) a counselor to the president of Brigham Young University. He was a prominent educator and geologist.
- Gordon B Hinckley (1910-2008) - the 15th President and Apostle of the LDS Church.
- Ira Hinckley (1828-1904) Canadian convert, builder of historic Cove Fort. Grandfather of Pres Hinckley.
- Howard W Hunter - LDS Apostle and 14th President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His nine-month presidential tenure is the shortest in the church's history. Hunter was the first president of the LDS Church born in the 20th century and the last to die in it. He was sustained as an LDS apostle at the age of 51, and served as a general authority for over 35 years.
- OneGreatFamily.com -Search Mormon Pioneer Records
- early pioneer history records - compiled by Fold3.com