Missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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Many members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints served as missionaries for their faith. Various records exist that document their service and provide genealogical information. Some of the resources available for research are:

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Early Church Missionaries[edit | edit source]

Wilford Woodruff: Wilford Woodruff was a notable missionary of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and is known to have converted over 600 individuals while on his missions to England and Southern States in the Untied States. He served a mission in 1840 to England, the United Brethren, Benbow Farm, Gadfield Elm and Froome's Hill Conferences in England. [1]

List of Members taught by Wilford Woodruff:


  1. David J. Whittaker, “Harvest in Herefordshire,” Ensign, Jan 1987, 46; *Douglas F. Tobler, “Truth Prevailing: The Significance of the Nineteenth-Century LDS Experience in Britain,” Ensign, Jul 1987, 33; *James R. and LaVelle R. Moss, “Names and Places: Locales of British LDS Interest,” Ensign, Jul 1987, 17