WWII veteran, footballer, playwriter/producer, businessman and first Stake President in Sunderland
Being no stranger to hardships and horrors, Albert Short was one of many individuals to have experienced the best and the worst that this world had to offer.
Acel Nebeker was on his way home from his mission when he found himself boarding a lifeboat with just minutes before the ship he was on sank to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean
John was a shoemaker from Leith who was among the first listening to Orson Pratt in 1840
William became a prolific author of missionary tracts and Associate Editor of the Millennial Star
Lizzie Thomas Edward from Wales had the opportunity to perform at the White House
The name Ebenezer Beesley may be familiar from the LDS hymnbook, as the composer of a number of our current hymn tunes.
George from the North East of England was a fundamental instrument in the Church's worldwide microfilm efforts
The story of Charles and Moroni England who were living together in Heigham, Norfolk
A missionary experience by Elder Hugh B. Brown serving in Cambridge
Like several of the original British missionaries, Isaac Russell was a native of England.
Near the end of January 1839, George A. Smith received a message that would change his life forever.
David O. McKay’s European Mission became a seedbed for his administration
In early 1961, two young LDS missionaries, one from St. George and one from Logan, first shook hands and became acquainted while touring Church history sites in England.