Related Links and Links of Interest
Last updated: November 17, 2006
LDS Converts from the Isle of
links relating to LDS and Utah Records by Donald Snow.
An interesting set of articles on LDS
migration by Fred Woods. Scroll down to see them.
page has been created to help those in searching their LDS
who came to Utah after 1868.
joint effort between Salt Lake County and the Utah Genealogical
is underway to
digitize county birth and death records. By the Summer of 2007
recorded births and deaths from 1847-1890
and deaths up to 1949 should be digitized and on the web.
will be made available on www.familysearch.org
Check out this online book on Mormon Pioneers put out by the
Park Service. Copy and paste this link:
A Searchable version of the Deseret News 1850-1898 is now online at the
Utah Digital Newspapers web page.
It also includes a search mechanism for births, marriages and deaths
mentioned in the paper.
Note: not all of these events were recorded in the newspaper.
I have come across a resource that reportedly has 48,000+ references
early LDS members from 1830 to the early Utah period. The web site
called Early Latter-day Saints and all you need to do is put in a
to find someone. A great online resource for finding some
on early LDS members. The web site can be found at http://earlylds.com
There are two pages related to Winter Quarters. These are ongoing
are trying to document the areas and people who lived in and around
area prior to and during the migration to Utah. These are works in
so check them now and again to find new items that have been posted.
Winter Quarters Project
The Daughters of the Utah Pioneers are moving into the 21st century
having their own
web page and my
part is the History
section wherein you can search on the web page and order a
pioneer's biography written by children, grandchildren and
great-grandchildren of Mormon
pioneers. The web page says there are over 100,000 biographies,
I do not know if
all of these have been indexed and put online as of yet. Note:
You must submit and receive your
biography via the regular mail. No email or phone requests will be
Some nice articles on pioneers and their journey at the
Historic Sites Foundation web page.
Click on a past issue to see a table of contents. Archived articles
in PDF format.
Mormons and their
by Marvin E. Wiggins has been put online at BYU.
Search over 100,000 biographical references to Mormon Pioneers and
The Utah Digital
Newspapers project is hosted
at the University of Utah. It contains searchable
text from twenty different newspaper titles from 13 Utah counties,
ranging from 1879 to 1956.
Historical Marriage Record Index
Search engine for marriages in Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah
1850 - 1951.
New link: LDS
The purpose of this web site is to provide some historical
including maps and histories of early branches and areas of LDS
activity in Europe in the nineteenth century.
A great web site with lots of biographical information on Welsh
Temple Index provides Name, Date of Birth and Endowment Date
members of the LDS faith who were endowed in the Nauvoo Temple in
1820-1940s (arrivals at US Ports)
US Mormon Battalion
an organization dedicated to preserving the history of the
An excellent bibiliography
the Mormon Battalion has been prepared by Glade Nelson.
Web page: Mormon Handcart Site
Ship Brooklyn Association,
which is about the 1846 voyage take by some to New York to
the ship Brooklyn.
- Stories about Weston, Idaho
Cyndi's List of
Sites for Utah
Mary Goble Pay's 1856 Journal Account of
Emigration to The United States from the British Isles
Genealogy Page (Info on Passenger Lists, etc.)
Cyndi's List of
& The Nordic Countries
Tracing Mormon Pioneers Page