See Also :
- St. George Pioneers of 1861-62
- Notable people of St. George, Utah
- St. George Youth Clubs - Local landmarks and family attractions:
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- Israel Dodge Allphin (1814-1903) - 1861 St George Pioneer Family settled in Pine Valley, hit by Flood Tragedy of 1863.
- James Andrus (1835-1914) - 1861 St. George Pioneer Family
- Nathaniel Ashby (1835-1882) - 1861 St. George Pioneer Family
- Richard Hammond Ashby (1836-1909) - 1861 St. George Pioneer Family
- Rudger Clawson Atkin (1904-1989) - held several leadership positions in the LDS Church in St. George, Utah including as stake president of the St. George Utah Stake. In 1961 that stake was split and he became president of the newly formed St. George Utah East Stake. He also served as St. George Utah Temple president for nearly eight years.
- Rudger Clayton Atkin (1926-1999) - cattleman and local civic leader.
- Benjamin Frederick Blake (1815-1884) - 1861 St. George Pioneer Family
- Fredrick Blake (1842-1916)- 1861 St. George Pioneer Family
- Henry William Bigler (1815-1900) - Mormon Battalion Veteran, diarist of the gold discovery at Sutters Mill, and twice missionary to Hawaii.
- Asa Starkweather Calkins (1809-1873) - President of the LDS British Mission (1858-1860). Part of 1861 St. George pioneers.
- David Henry Cannon (1838-1924) (- 1861 St. George Pioneer Family)- and his wife, Wilhelmina MOUSLEY, was Heroine of the Sego Flower Story : A TV episode of Death Valley Days: "Sego Lilies" (1953) tells the story of Wilhemina and her husband David being called to leave Salt Lake City to settle in the Dixie territory (that would become St. George, UT).
- Henry Carlos Ferdinand Eyring (1835-1902) - 1861 St. George Pioneer Family - a recent convert from Germany (1855), grandfather to Camilla Eyring (1894-1987) (wife of LDS Church President Spencer Woolley Kimball (1895-1985)), her brother Henry Eyring (1901-1981) (the famous scientist) and his son Henry B. Eyring, LDS Church Apostle.
- FORDHAM, Elijah (Sr) - 1861 St. George Pioneer Family, Elijah was Veteran of Zion's Camp (1834) and famous recipient of healing miracle in 1839 from the prophet Joseph Smith.
- Robert Gardner (1819-1906) - Original St. George Pioneers of 1861-62, immigrant from Scotland and Canada and 1st LDS bishop for St. George, Utah ward.
- Jacob Gates (1811-1892) - 1861 St. George Pioneer Family, Veteran Zion's Camp (1834), Original Member of LDS 1st Presidents of the Seventy,
- Samuel Judd (1820-1869) - 1861 St. George Pioneer Family,1861 St. George Pioneer Family,
- William Mangum (1811-1888)- 1861 St. George Pioneer Family,1861 St. George Pioneer Family, LDS convert from Mississippi
- John D.T. McAllister - Missionary, Wagon Train Leader, Stake President, Temple President of St. George Utah Temple (1873-1884).
- Moroni McArthur (1877-1973) - "The Man Who Saved Christmas" - St. George 1899.
- Daniel Duncan McArthur (1820-1908) - Early LDS Stake President and Pioneer of 1861. Leader of several pioneer trains to Utah.
- Benjamin Franklin Pendleton (1818-1881) - 1861 St. George Pioneer
- PRATT, Orson Sr (Apostle)- 1861 St. George Pioneer Family,
- PRATT, Orson Jr- 1861 St. George Pioneer Family,
- RICHEY, James - 1861 St. George Pioneer Family, LDS convert from Mississippi with experience in making cotton gins.
- ROMNEY, Miles- 1861 St. George Pioneer Family
- SNOW, Erastus FAIRBANKS (Apostle - 1861 St. George Pioneer Mission Leader, 1st stake president of St. George Stake) (Longtime leaders of the saints in Dixie Utah.
- William Henry Thompson (1838-1922) - One of the Pioneers of 1861