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County Description:

Box Elder County Utah is located north of Salt Lake City, Utah and borders Idaho on the north, and Nevada on the west.

The following Cemeteries are known to have or do exist in Box Elder County, Utah.

Bear River City in Bear River.

Bothwell Cemetery in Bothwell.

Boulder Cemetery in Thatcher Mountain.

Brigham City Cemetery in Brigham City.

Call's Fort Cemetery in Honeyville.

Clear Creek Cemetery Clear Creek .

Corinne Cemetery Maintenance in Corinne.

Deweyville Cemetery in Deweyville.

Early Plymouth Cemetery in Washakie.

East Garland Cemetery in Garland.

Elwood Cemetery in Elwood.

Etna Cemetery in Etna.

Fielding City Cemetery in Fielding.

Garland City Cemetery in Garland.

Grouse Creek Cemetery in Grouse Creek.

Honeyville Cemetery in Honeyville.

Howell Town Cemetery in Howell.

James Barnet Cole Burial Plymouth.

Junction Basin Cemetery in Lynn.

Kelton Cemetery in Kelton.

Kimber Ranch Burial in Grouse Creek.

Lynn Cemetery in Lynn.

Mantua Cemetery in Mantua.

Park Valley Cemetery in Park Valley.

Park Valley Pioneer Cemetery in Park Valley.

Penrose Cemetery in Penrose.

Plymouth Memorial Park in Plymouth.

Portage Cemetery in Portage.

Riverside Cemetery in Riverside.

Riverview Cemetery in Tremonton.

Russian Settlement Cemetery in Rural Box Elder County.

Salt Creek Cemetery in Tremonton.

Shoshoni Tribal Cemetery in Washakie.

Snowville Cemetery in Snowville.

Terrace Cemetery in Terrace.

Tremonton Cemetery in Tremonton.

Tyrell Cabin Burial Site in Etna.

Valley View Cemetery in Tremonton.

Willard City Cemetery in Willard.

Willard Pioneer Cemetery in Willard.

Yost Cemetery in Yost.

Explanation of Details. Each Cemetery will have a link to its own page.


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