Church History Pioneering Members

Before joining the church in 1893 Benjamin R. Birchall had said 'It will be a mighty cold day when I join the Mormon church'
In May 1940 third-generation British Latter-day Saint Arthur Willmott goes missing near Dunkirk, France. As the weeks pass by his family and church leaders receive no news about his whereabouts or his fate. Where was he and what had happened to him?
From Dundee, Scotland to Liverpool where he would board a ship to travel to America
Orson F. Whitney was born in Salt Lake City in 1855 and was third generation Latter-Day Saint.
While searching for the true gospel William Solomon described himself as a sheep without a shepherd.
In 1931 James & Elizabeth Wallis arrived in Britain to strengthen the Church and fulfil a unique mission
I was curious to know what local libraries might hold relating to the Church.
The story of George Budd (1846-1924)
In 1853 Robert was called to be the president of the Newcastle branch
Stone mason, Welshman, first conductor of the Tabernacle Choir
The death of Alfred (Fred) Horlacher on 17 March 1943 shocked many. The young Latter-day Saint was a successful sportsman with a bright future ahead of him.
Throughout her life, Catherine Horner presented herself and acted as a committed disciple of Jesus Christ