Enoch Reese (May 25, 1813 – July 20, 1876) was an early leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), a member of the Utah Territorial Legislature, and an early settler of Nevada.
In 1851 Reese settled in the Carson Valley, then a part of Utah Territory, along with his brother John. They established a sawmill and gristmill called Mormon Station en route to the California mines, it being the first permanent nonnative settlement in present-day Nevada. From Carson County, he was elected to the Utah Territorial Legislature.
In 1857 Reese was in the hand-cart company of missionaries headed east from Salt Lake City bound for missions in Europe.
In the 1860s he was a member of the Utah Territorial Legislature from Salt Lake County. He also was a member of the Salt Lake City Council for a time.
- "Utah Deaths and Burials, 1888-1946". FamilySearch. Retrieved 9 April 2017.
- biography of William H. Folson
- Reddick N. Allred journal
- article on history of merchants in Utah
- Political History of Nevada (Eleventh Edition), 2006, p. 74
- Deseret News, Aug. 16, 1901