Frank Kirkman's Mountain Meadows Massacre Site
Mormon Shooters and Clubbers
Samuel Pollock, a MORMON SHOOTER and CLUBBER, in 1857, Pollock was a sergeant in Company E of Cedar City.

A Mormon convert who immigrated from Donahdue Tyr, in the north of Ireland to Nauvoo, Illinois, and married Elizabeth Reeves. They later moved (via Iowa) to Salt Lake City, then Spanish Fork, Cedar City, Toquerville, and finally to Kanarraville, Iron County, Utah. Descendants and relatives lived in Utah, Arizona and elsewhere. B- 3 Jan 1824, D-1891.
(For more information click on image to the right.)
They emigrated to Utah in 1850 and Pollock immediately went to work as a laborer. By 1853, they had moved to Spanish Fork in Utah County.
Evidently he took Elizabeth Brockbank (1838-1926) of Lancashire, England as a polygamous wife but this marriage was of short duration.
By 1855, Pollock and his first wife, Elizabeth, moved to Cedar City in southern Utah where several more children were born. In 1857, Pollock was a sergeant in Company E of Cedar City.
The LDS Church
has knowingly sponsored, endorsed, and forever immortalized this butcher into history. 
By 1860, the Pollock family were among the first settlers in the new community of Toquerville and by 1862, they had moved to Kanarraville where Pollock spent the remainder of his life. In 1864, his wife Elizabeth died, having bore Pollock eight children. The following year he married twenty-nine-year-old Welsh emigrant Ann Meredith Mathews (1836-1889) who became step-mother to his children and also bore him three other children. (Read an interesting letter from one of Samuel Pollocks descendants)
According to census records Pollock was farming in 1860, blacksmithing in 1870 and farming in 1880. Pollock and his wife Ann and children lived on in Kanarraville. Ann died in 1889 and Pollock died two years later. At least seven of this children survived into the twentieth century. Biographical Sketch
He likely was only following the orders of his local authorities. The local authorities received their orders from George A. Smith, second in command and directly under church President Brigham Young. Pollock's role on the day of the final massacre was to follow orders: "Mormon's do your duty."
*NOTE: Almost all of us descendants of the Massacre Victims feel sorry for the Mormon participant descendants but when they write obvious untruths about their ancestor participant's roll in the massacre or try to justify the massacre like many Mormons do by pointing out Haun's Mill, the Parley Pratt murder, the alleged Joseph Smith martyrdom and the alleged persecutions in Illinois and Missouri. There is absolutely nothing that can justify the cowardly, cold blooded killings at Mountain Meadows, no, not even BRIGHAM YOUNGS'S GREED! The good LORD will make the final judgment not us Nor the LDS Church .
These men acted on orders, direct or implied, from LDS Church President Brigham Young through his chain of command (the aforementioned George A. Smith) to commit this crime.
These orders are being covered up to this day by President Thomas S. Monson and the LDS church. Follow this link for an example of the cover-up.
Information on the above Mormon Shooter and Clubber, was obtained from the following: Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, The 1857 Iron County Militia Project, Mountain Meadows Massacre Assassins, Bagley, Lee, and Shirts.  | Eyewitnesses and Sources to the Mountain Meadows Massacre
List of Victims murdered in cold blood by Samuel Pollock and his Mormon Brethren
In 1858 BRIGHAM YOUNG received a presidential pardon for his part in the atrocities at Mountain Meadows from President Buchanan.
Read how the Mormon Killers got paid by the US Government for caring for the orphan children after they had killed their parents.