Brigham Morris Young (18 January 1854-20 February 1931 (aged 77)) was one of the founders of the Young Men's Association for Mutual Improvement (Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association (YMMIA), the predecessor to the program for young men in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints (Mormon Church).
Morris Young, son of Brigham Young and one of his wives, Margaret Pierce. In 1875 served Morris Young in a Mission of the Church in the Hawaiian Islands. Shortly after returning from this mission he was asked by his father to organize YMMIA along with Junius F. Wells and Milton H. Hardy.
In 1883 served Morris Young in another missionary assignment in the Hawaiian Islands. He married Armeda Snow, a daughter of Lorenzo Snow. Their son Lorenzo Snow Young was a prominent architect in Utah.
In 1885 returned Morris Young, his wife and their children from their service in her second mission to the Hawaiian Islands. Shortly after returning home to Utah, started Morris Young publicly appear as a cross dressing (transvestite) singer under the pseudonym of Madame Pattirini. Morris Young appeared as Pattirini at venues in northern and central Utah from the 1885 1900 century. He could perform a convincing falsetto, and many in the audience did not realize Pattirini was Morris Young.