Latter-day Saint missionaries from America began proselyting in Buckinhamshire, England, in the 1840s and established the first branches of the Church here in 1849, but they did not experience the same dramatic successes their colleagues encountered in other regions of the British Isles.
Bartholomew, Ronald E.
"The Patterns of Missionary Work and Emigration in Early Victorian Buckinghamshire, England, 1849–1878,"
BYU Studies Quarterly: Vol. 48
, Article 6.
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