Pioneer Websites

Below is a collection of links to several LDS based Church/Family/Pioneer History sites that may help you research your Mormon Ancestors

Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel

1847–1868

This database is a compilation of names obtained from rosters and other reliable sources of individuals who immigrated to Utah during this two-decade period.

MORMON MIGRATION  About 90,000 Latter-day Saint converts crossed the oceans during the 19th century, heeding a call to come to Zion. The Mormon Migration website offers inspiring accounts of their journeys. The autobiographies, journals, diaries, reminiscences, images, and letters link to hundreds of known LDS immigrant voyages and provide a composite history of Mormon immigration to America.

Mormon publications from the 19th & 20th Centuries

Online Utah Death Records & Indexes

A Genealogy Records Guide

All about UK Family History

 

Start tracing your family history...This website will help you to uncover your UK family history, guiding you on where to find information and how to use it.

List of Latter Day Saint periodicals

The Evening and the Morning Star 1832–1834, Latter Day Saints' Messenger and Advocate 1834–1837, Elders' Journal 1837–1838, Times and Seasons 1839–1846, The Latter-day Saints’ Millennial Star 1840–1970, The Gospel Reflector 1841–1841, The Wasp 1842–1843, Nauvoo Neighbor 1843–1845, Gospel Light 1843–1844, The Prophet 1844–1845, The New-York Messenger 1845, People's Organ

Tracing Mormon Pioneers

The purpose of this web site is to provide tips for those tracing their Mormon Pioneer ancestry from Europe, Scandinavia, Australia, and South Africa to Salt Lake City, Utah. It has been over 160 years since the arrival of the first pioneer company to Salt Lake City in 1847 and many have not traced their pioneer heritage.

Utah State Historical Society Classified Photograph Collection

Published by Utah State Historical SocietyA self-indexing, self-service, collection of the best photographs from the Society's collections. Consists of mounted prints made from original photographs taken from other collections, plus some originals

Daughters of Utah Pioneers

The International DUP History Department collects and preserves the histories of these special ancestors. We presently have over 100,000 pioneer histories on file. Copies of these histories are available to direct descendents and/or DUP paid up members.Costs are $0.25 per page. Minimum charge of $1.00.

Early Latter-Day Saints - A Mormon Pioneer Database

The Historical Pioneer Research Group, Inc. strives to serve descendants of pioneers first, and also wishes to document and establish the history of the Church along the Mormon Trail through the states of Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming and into Utah including camp sites, settlements and burial places along its path.
Journals, letters, diaries, land records, pioneer newspapers, and early building patterns are cross checked with land and property record offices.  These being double checked with ground penetrating radar searches.
All findings are made available to the public here in the Early Latter-day Saints database. Many of the resources are held at the Nauvoo Land and Record Office, at Parley and Partridge Streets, Nauvoo Illinois and The Pioneer Research Library at the Trail Center at Historic Winter Quarters, 3215 State Street, Omaha Nebraska. 
The newly published "Crossroads to the West" and "Mormon Pioneer Cemeteries" join with "Mormon Places" to share people, places and events of the history of the early members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Directors: Elder Ken Openshaw and Sister Charlotte Openshaw

 

Assistant Director:

Sister Sandy Jackson

 

 

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Las Vegas, Nevada 89101

(702) 382-9695

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