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:
- Richard T Sanders (1828-1858) - Mormon Battalion soldier stayed in California to prospect for gold, rumored to be killed by indians.
- Levi M Savage (Arizona) LDS Ensign Oct 1972
- Lyman Royal Sherman (1804-1839) - Subject of D&C 108 given in 1835. Died during mob persecution in Far West, Missouri, unawares that he had been called to the Quorum of Twelve Apostles.
- See also Smith Family Cemetery
- See also Book of Mormon, Witnesses of
- Saints - Full account of the Smith Family History and the rise of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - LDS Gospel Library
- Lt Andrew Jackson Smith (1815-1897) - Temporary commander of the Mormon Battalion in 1846. Later a Major General of Union Troops in the Civil War, credited with winning the Battle of Tupelo in 1864.
- Garth Smith (1960) - LDS Musician
- George A. Smith (1817-1876) - Cousin to prophet Joseph, counselor to Brigham Young, LDS Apostle.
- George Albert Smith (1870-1951) - LDS Apostle and 8th President of the LDS Church
- Hyrum Smith (1800-1844) - older brother of Prophet Joseph. Served church in many capacities.
- John Henry Smith (1848-1911) - Only LDS Apostle to serve in the Quorum of the Twelve alongside his son, who would later become a President of the church.
- Joseph Smith, Sr (1771-1840) - father of the prophet, one of Eight Witnesses to the Book of Mormon, and 1st patriarch of the LDS Church.
- Joseph Smith, Jr (1805-1844) - Prophet, founder and 1st president of the LDS Church.
- Joseph Smith III (1832-1914) - oldest son of the prophet, founder of the RLDS Church.
- Joseph F Smith (1838-1918) - Nephew of the prophet, LDS Apostle and 6th President of the LDS Church
- Tribute to Joseph F Smith - Special tribute to the life of Joseph F Smith from his great-nephew on the 100th anniversary of his death. Rich in Smith Family history.
- Joseph Fielding Smith (1876-1972) - 10th President of the LDS Church.
- Lot Smith (1830-1892) - youngest member of Mormon Battalion, later leader of the Deseret Militia and burned the supply wagons of Johnson's Army in the Utah War.
- Lucy Mack Smith (1775-1856) - Mother of the Prophet Joseph Smith.
- Lucy Mack Smith: A Woman of Great Faith - LDS Ensign Nov 1972 -
- Samuel H Smith (1808-1844) - younger brother of the prophet, one of Eight Witnesses to the Book of Mormon, and [first missionary of LDS Church.
- Eliza R Snow (1804-1887) - one of the most celebrated Mormon women of the nineteenth century. A renowned poet, she chronicled history, celebrated nature and relationships, and expounded scripture and doctrine. Snow was the second general president of the LDS Relief Society.
- Eliza Snow: First Lady of the Pioneers - LDS Ensign Sept 1973
- Erastus Snow - Veteran of Zions camp and LDS Apostle
- More Treasures Than One - LDS Revelations in Context, history of Erastus Snow mission to Salem in 1841-1843.
- Lorenzo Snow (1814-1901) - LDS Apostle and 5th President of the LDS Church.
- Willard T Snow (1811-1853) - Veteran of Zions Camp, died from malaria contracted after a mob attack in Denmark while serving as president of the LDS Scandinavian Mission. First LDS missionary to die overseas.
- Gary E Stevenson (1955) - 14th Presiding Bishop of the LDS Church before being called as LDS Apostle.
- Gov George Stoneman (1822-1894) - Assistant Quartermaster of the Mormon Battalion, later a Civil War General and then the 15th Governor of California.
- OneGreatFamily.com -Search Mormon Pioneer Records
- early pioneer history records - compiled by Fold3.com