Fremont County, Idaho LDS Church Stakes and Wards

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FREMONT STAKE OF ZION (formerly [[Bannock Stake, Idaho LDS Church Wards and Branches|Bannock Stake]]), Idaho, consists of the Latter-day Saints residing in parts of Madison County and in the south part of Fremont County, Idaho.  
 
FREMONT STAKE OF ZION (formerly [[Bannock Stake, Idaho LDS Church Wards and Branches|Bannock Stake]]), Idaho, consists of the Latter-day Saints residing in parts of Madison County and in the south part of Fremont County, Idaho.  
  
*'''Wards, 1930: '''
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'''Wards, 1930: '''
  
 
Archer, Burton, Hibbard, Independence, Lyman, Newdale, Plane, Rexburg 1st, Rexburg 2nd, Rexburg 3rd, Rexburg 4th, Salem, Sugar City and Teton.  
 
Archer, Burton, Hibbard, Independence, Lyman, Newdale, Plane, Rexburg 1st, Rexburg 2nd, Rexburg 3rd, Rexburg 4th, Salem, Sugar City and Teton.  
 
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==== Archer Ward  ====
 
==== Archer Ward  ====
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See Encyclopedic History..., p.27.[2]  
 
See Encyclopedic History..., p.27.[2]  
  
*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in that part of Snake River Valley through which the south fork of Snake River enters Snake River Valley.  
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*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in that part of Snake River Valley through which the south fork of Snake River enters Snake River Valley.
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*History timeline:
  
1902 - March - 2 - 1902 - The Lyman Ward of the Fremont Stake was divided and its South part organized as the Archer Ward.  
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*1902 - March - 2 - 1902 - The Lyman Ward of the Fremont Stake was divided and its South part organized as the Archer Ward.  
  
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*Obtain the Records *List of Archer Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library. &amp;For additional resources, see Church History Library.
 
*Obtain the Records *List of Archer Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library. &amp;For additional resources, see Church History Library.
  
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==== Burton Ward  ====
 
==== Burton Ward  ====
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See Encyclopedic History..., p.101-02.[3]  
 
See Encyclopedic History..., p.101-02.[3]  
  
*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in a tract of country lying between the Teton River on the north and the Snake River on the south and between Rexburg on the east and Henry’s Fork of Snake River on the west.
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*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in a tract of country lying between the Teton River on the north and the Snake River on the south and between Rexburg on the east and Henry’s Fork of Snake River on the west.  
*History timeline  
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*History timeline
  
1884 - A branch of the church was organized. 1887 - Aug. - 21 - 1887 - The branch was reorganized as a ward.  
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*1884 - A branch of the church was organized. 1887 - Aug. - 21 - 1887 - The branch was reorganized as a ward.  
  
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*List of Burton Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library. *For additional resources, see Church History Library.
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*List of Burton Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library. For additional resources, see Church History Library.
  
  
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See Encyclopedic History..., p.334.[4]  
 
See Encyclopedic History..., p.334.[4]  
  
*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing on the so-called Teton Island, a delta-shaped island formed by the two forks of Teton River emptying into Snake River at this point.
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*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing on the so-called Teton Island, a delta-shaped island formed by the two forks of Teton River emptying into Snake River at this point.  
*History timeline  
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*History timeline
  
1895 - March - 2 - 1895 Organized as an independent branch. 1895 - May - 19 - 1895 - Organized as a ward.  
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*1895 - March - 2 - 1895 Organized as an independent branch. 1895 - May - 19 - 1895 - Organized as a ward.  
  
*Obtain the Records  
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*Obtain the Records:
  
*List of Hibbard Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library. *For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
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*List of Hibbard Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library. For additional resources, see Church History Library.
  
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==== Independence Ward ====
  
 
See Encyclopedic History..., p.358-59.[5]  
 
See Encyclopedic History..., p.358-59.[5]  
  
*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in a country district a short distance west of Burton Ward, or in a tract of country lying between Teton River on the north and Snake River on the south, and between Rexburg on the east and Henry’s Fork on the west.
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*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in a country district a short distance west of Burton Ward, or in a tract of country lying between Teton River on the north and Snake River on the south, and between Rexburg on the east and Henry’s Fork on the west.  
*History timeline  
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*History timeline
  
1902 - March - 23 - 1902 A branch was organized. 1902 - April - 13 - 1902 The branch was organized as a ward.  
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*1902 - March - 23 - 1902 A branch was organized. 1902 - April - 13 - 1902 The branch was organized as a ward.  
  
*Obtain the Records
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*Obtain the Records:
*List of Independence Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.
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*For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
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*List of Independence Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.  
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For additional resources, see Church History Library.
  
 
==== Lyman Ward  ====
 
==== Lyman Ward  ====
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See Encyclopedic History..., p.453.[6]  
 
See Encyclopedic History..., p.453.[6]  
  
*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in the town of Lyman and vicinity, on a stretch of bench land lying between Smith’s Fork and Black’s Fork of Green River. It includes the sites of old Fort Bridger and Fort Supply.
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*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in the town of Lyman and vicinity, on a stretch of bench land lying between Smith’s Fork and Black’s Fork of Green River. It includes the sites of old Fort Bridger and Fort Supply.  
 
*History timeline
 
*History timeline
 
  
1894 - Dec. - 1894 - A branch of the church was organized. 1898 - June - 8 - 1898 - The branch was reorganized as a ward.  
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*1894 - Dec. - 1894 - A branch of the church was organized. 1898 - June - 8 *1898 - The branch was reorganized as a ward.  
  
Obtain the Records  
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*Obtain the Records:
  
*List of Lyman Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.  
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*List of Lyman Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.
 
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For additional resources, see Church History Library.
*For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
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==== Newdale Ward  ====
 
==== Newdale Ward  ====
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*Boundaries: The Latter-day Saints residing at Newdale, a station on the Orvin and St. Anthony, branch of the Oregon Short Line Railroad, and vicinity.
 
*Boundaries: The Latter-day Saints residing at Newdale, a station on the Orvin and St. Anthony, branch of the Oregon Short Line Railroad, and vicinity.
*History timeline  
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1915 - A branch of the church was organized called Bowerman Branch. The branch name was changed to Newdale due to the railroad station being called Newdale.  
 
1915 - A branch of the church was organized called Bowerman Branch. The branch name was changed to Newdale due to the railroad station being called Newdale.  
  
1916 - Dec. - 17 - 1916 - The Newdale Ward was organized.
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*1916 - Dec. - 17 - 1916 - The Newdale Ward was organized.  
  
*Obtain the Records
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*List of Newdale Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library. For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
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*List of Newdale Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library. For additional resources, see Church History Library.
  
[edit] Plano Ward (spelled Plane sometimes)  
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==== Plano Ward (spelled Plane sometimes) ====
  
 
See Encyclopedic History..., p.660.[8]  
 
See Encyclopedic History..., p.660.[8]  
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*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing at Plano, a station on the Ucon and St. Anthony branch of the Oregon Short Line Railroad, and vicinity.
 
*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing at Plano, a station on the Ucon and St. Anthony branch of the Oregon Short Line Railroad, and vicinity.
  
*History timeline:  
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*History timeline:
 
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*1895 - Nov. - 3 - 1895 - The Hiatt Ward was organized.
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*1895 - Nov. - 3 - 1895 - The Hiatt Ward was organized.
 
*1900 - The name of the ward was changed to Plano Ward.
 
*1900 - The name of the ward was changed to Plano Ward.
  
*Obtain the Records:
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*Obtain the Records:  
*List of Plano Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library. For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
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*List of Plano Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library. For additional resources, see Church History Library.
  
 
==== Rexburg 1st. Ward  ====
 
==== Rexburg 1st. Ward  ====
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See Encyclopedic History..., p699.[9]  
 
See Encyclopedic History..., p699.[9]  
  
*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in the east part of Rexburg.  
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*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in the east part of Rexburg.
  
*History timeline:  
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*History timeline:
  
1887 - Aug. - 21 - 1887 - The Rexburg Ward was divided into the Rexburg 1st., 2nd. &amp; 3rd. Wards.  
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*1887 - Aug. - 21 - 1887 - The Rexburg Ward was divided into the Rexburg 1st., 2nd. &amp; 3rd. Wards.  
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*Obtain the Records:
  
*Obtain the Records:
 
 
*List of Rexburg 1st. Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.
 
*List of Rexburg 1st. Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.
 
For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
 
For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
  
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==== Rexburg 2nd Ward  ====
 
==== Rexburg 2nd Ward  ====
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See Encyclopedic History..., p.699.[10]  
 
See Encyclopedic History..., p.699.[10]  
  
*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in the west part of the town of Rexburg and in adjacent country districts.
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*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in the west part of the town of Rexburg and in adjacent country districts.  
*History timeline:
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1887 - Aug. - 21 - 1887 - The Rexburg Ward was divided into the Rexburg 1st, 2nd and 3rd Wards.
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*History timeline:
  
*Obtain the Records:  
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*1887 - Aug. - 21 - 1887 - The Rexburg Ward was divided into the Rexburg 1st, 2nd and 3rd Wards.
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*Obtain the Records:
  
 
*List of Rexburg 2nd Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.
 
*List of Rexburg 2nd Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.
 
For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
 
For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
 
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==== Rexburg 3rd Ward  ====
 
==== Rexburg 3rd Ward  ====
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*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in the southwest part of the town of Rexburg, the west boundary extending to Burton Ward and the south boundary to the Lyman Ward.
 
*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in the southwest part of the town of Rexburg, the west boundary extending to Burton Ward and the south boundary to the Lyman Ward.
*History timeline  
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*History timeline
  
1887 - Aug. - 21 - 1887 - The Rexburg Ward was divided into the Rexburg 1st, 2nd &amp; 3rd Wards.  
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*1887 - Aug. - 21 - 1887 - The Rexburg Ward was divided into the Rexburg 1st, 2nd &amp; 3rd Wards.  
  
 
*Obtain the Records:
 
*Obtain the Records:
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*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in the southeast part of the town of Rexburg.
 
*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in the southeast part of the town of Rexburg.
  
*History timeline  
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*History timeline:
  
1925 - Sept. - 27 - 1925 - Rexburg 4th Ward was organized.
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1925 - Sept. - 27 - 1925 - Rexburg 4th Ward was organized.  
  
*Obtain the Records:  
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*Obtain the Records:
  
 
*List of Rexburg 4th Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.
 
*List of Rexburg 4th Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.
 
For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
 
For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
  
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==== Salem Ward  ====
 
==== Salem Ward  ====
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*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing on the east half of the so-called Teton Island in Snake River.
 
*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing on the east half of the so-called Teton Island in Snake River.
  
*History timeline  
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*History timeline
 
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1884 - Nov, - 23 - 1884 - The Salem Ward was organized.
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*1884 - Nov, - 23 - 1884 - The Salem Ward was organized.
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*Obtain the Records:
  
*Obtain the Records:
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*List of Salem Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.
 
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*List of Salem Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.  
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For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
 
For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
  
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==== Sugar City Ward  ====
 
==== Sugar City Ward  ====
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*Boundaries: The Latter-day Saints residing at Sugar City, a station on the Idaho Falls, Ashton and West Yellowstone branch of the Oregon Short Line Railroad, and vicinity.
 
*Boundaries: The Latter-day Saints residing at Sugar City, a station on the Idaho Falls, Ashton and West Yellowstone branch of the Oregon Short Line Railroad, and vicinity.
  
*History timeline  
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*History timeline
  
1904 - July - 24 - 1904 - The Sugar City Ward was organized. ■Obtain the Records  
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*1904 - July - 24 - 1904 - The Sugar City Ward was organized.  
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Obtain the Records  
  
*List of Sugar City Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.  
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*List of Sugar City Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.
 
For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
 
For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
  
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*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints occupying a tract of country lying northeast of Rexburg. The Teton townsite is in the Snake River Valley on the south bank of the Teton River, from which stream it takes its name. The little town of Teton is almost on the boundary line between Madison and Fremont counties.
 
*Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints occupying a tract of country lying northeast of Rexburg. The Teton townsite is in the Snake River Valley on the south bank of the Teton River, from which stream it takes its name. The little town of Teton is almost on the boundary line between Madison and Fremont counties.
  
*History timeline  
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1883 - Oct. - 27 - 1883 - The Teton Branch was organized. 1884 - June - 10 - 1884 - The Teton Ward was organized.  
 
1883 - Oct. - 27 - 1883 - The Teton Branch was organized. 1884 - June - 10 - 1884 - The Teton Ward was organized.  
  
*Obtain the Records:L
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*Obtain the Records:
  
*List of Teton Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.  
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*List of Teton Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.
 
For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
 
For additional resources, see Church History Library.  
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[edit] Alpha list of wards in the county  
 
[edit] Alpha list of wards in the county  
  
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1.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 265-67  
 
1.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 265-67  
 
 
  2.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 27.
 
  2.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 27.
 
  3.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p.101-02.
 
  3.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p.101-02.
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  15.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 868-69.
 
  15.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 868-69.
 
   
 
   
 
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Stakes in the county, 1930

FREMONT STAKE OF ZION (formerly Bannock Stake), Idaho, consists of the Latter-day Saints residing in parts of Madison County and in the south part of Fremont County, Idaho.

Wards, 1930:

Archer, Burton, Hibbard, Independence, Lyman, Newdale, Plane, Rexburg 1st, Rexburg 2nd, Rexburg 3rd, Rexburg 4th, Salem, Sugar City and Teton.


Archer Ward

See Encyclopedic History..., p.27.[2]

  • Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in that part of Snake River Valley through which the south fork of Snake River enters Snake River Valley.
  • History timeline:
  • 1902 - March - 2 - 1902 - The Lyman Ward of the Fremont Stake was divided and its South part organized as the Archer Ward.


  • Obtain the Records *List of Archer Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library. &For additional resources, see Church History Library.


Burton Ward

See Encyclopedic History..., p.101-02.[3]

  • Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in a tract of country lying between the Teton River on the north and the Snake River on the south and between Rexburg on the east and Henry’s Fork of Snake River on the west.
  • History timeline
  • 1884 - A branch of the church was organized. 1887 - Aug. - 21 - 1887 - The branch was reorganized as a ward.
  • Obtain the Records
  • List of Burton Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library. For additional resources, see Church History Library.


Hibbard Ward

See Encyclopedic History..., p.334.[4]

  • Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing on the so-called Teton Island, a delta-shaped island formed by the two forks of Teton River emptying into Snake River at this point.
  • History timeline
  • 1895 - March - 2 - 1895 Organized as an independent branch. 1895 - May - 19 - 1895 - Organized as a ward.
  • Obtain the Records:
  • List of Hibbard Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library. For additional resources, see Church History Library.

Independence Ward

See Encyclopedic History..., p.358-59.[5]

  • Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in a country district a short distance west of Burton Ward, or in a tract of country lying between Teton River on the north and Snake River on the south, and between Rexburg on the east and Henry’s Fork on the west.
  • History timeline
  • 1902 - March - 23 - 1902 A branch was organized. 1902 - April - 13 - 1902 The branch was organized as a ward.
  • Obtain the Records:
  • List of Independence Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.

For additional resources, see Church History Library.

Lyman Ward

See Encyclopedic History..., p.453.[6]

  • Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in the town of Lyman and vicinity, on a stretch of bench land lying between Smith’s Fork and Black’s Fork of Green River. It includes the sites of old Fort Bridger and Fort Supply.
  • History timeline
  • 1894 - Dec. - 1894 - A branch of the church was organized. 1898 - June - 8 *1898 - The branch was reorganized as a ward.
  • Obtain the Records:
  • List of Lyman Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.

For additional resources, see Church History Library.

Newdale Ward

See Encyclopedic History..., p.582-83.[7]

  • Boundaries: The Latter-day Saints residing at Newdale, a station on the Orvin and St. Anthony, branch of the Oregon Short Line Railroad, and vicinity.
  • History timeline:

1915 - A branch of the church was organized called Bowerman Branch. The branch name was changed to Newdale due to the railroad station being called Newdale.

  • 1916 - Dec. - 17 - 1916 - The Newdale Ward was organized.
  • Obtain the Records:
  • List of Newdale Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library. For additional resources, see Church History Library.

Plano Ward (spelled Plane sometimes)

See Encyclopedic History..., p.660.[8]

  • Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing at Plano, a station on the Ucon and St. Anthony branch of the Oregon Short Line Railroad, and vicinity.
  • History timeline:
  • 1895 - Nov. - 3 - 1895 - The Hiatt Ward was organized.
  • 1900 - The name of the ward was changed to Plano Ward.
  • Obtain the Records:
  • List of Plano Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library. For additional resources, see Church History Library.

Rexburg 1st. Ward

See Encyclopedic History..., p699.[9]

  • Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in the east part of Rexburg.
  • History timeline:
  • 1887 - Aug. - 21 - 1887 - The Rexburg Ward was divided into the Rexburg 1st., 2nd. & 3rd. Wards.
  • Obtain the Records:
  • List of Rexburg 1st. Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.

For additional resources, see Church History Library.


Rexburg 2nd Ward

See Encyclopedic History..., p.699.[10]

  • Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in the west part of the town of Rexburg and in adjacent country districts.
  • History timeline:
  • 1887 - Aug. - 21 - 1887 - The Rexburg Ward was divided into the Rexburg 1st, 2nd and 3rd Wards.
  • Obtain the Records:
  • List of Rexburg 2nd Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.

For additional resources, see Church History Library.

Rexburg 3rd Ward

See Encyclopedic History..., p699.[11]

  • Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in the southwest part of the town of Rexburg, the west boundary extending to Burton Ward and the south boundary to the Lyman Ward.
  • History timeline
  • 1887 - Aug. - 21 - 1887 - The Rexburg Ward was divided into the Rexburg 1st, 2nd & 3rd Wards.
  • Obtain the Records:
  • List of Rexburg 3rd Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.

For additional resources, see Church History Library.


Rexburg 4th Ward

See Encyclopedic History..., p.700.[12]

  • Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing in the southeast part of the town of Rexburg.
  • History timeline:

1925 - Sept. - 27 - 1925 - Rexburg 4th Ward was organized.

  • Obtain the Records:
  • List of Rexburg 4th Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.

For additional resources, see Church History Library.


Salem Ward

See Encyclopedic History..., p.736-37.[13]

  • Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints residing on the east half of the so-called Teton Island in Snake River.
  • History timeline
  • 1884 - Nov, - 23 - 1884 - The Salem Ward was organized.
  • Obtain the Records:
  • List of Salem Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.

For additional resources, see Church History Library.


Sugar City Ward

See Encyclopedic History..., p.841.[14]

  • Boundaries: The Latter-day Saints residing at Sugar City, a station on the Idaho Falls, Ashton and West Yellowstone branch of the Oregon Short Line Railroad, and vicinity.
  • History timeline
  • 1904 - July - 24 - 1904 - The Sugar City Ward was organized.

Obtain the Records

  • List of Sugar City Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.

For additional resources, see Church History Library.


Teton Ward

See Encyclopedic History..., p.868-69.[15]

  • Boundaries:The Latter-day Saints occupying a tract of country lying northeast of Rexburg. The Teton townsite is in the Snake River Valley on the south bank of the Teton River, from which stream it takes its name. The little town of Teton is almost on the boundary line between Madison and Fremont counties.
  • History timeline

1883 - Oct. - 27 - 1883 - The Teton Branch was organized. 1884 - June - 10 - 1884 - The Teton Ward was organized.

  • Obtain the Records:
  • List of Teton Ward church and other records at the FamilySearch Library.

For additional resources, see Church History Library.

[edit] Alpha list of wards in the county

Click on a ward below for records at the FamilySearch Library. For boundaries and a history timeline for a ward, click to the stake in 1930 (list above).

References

1.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 265-67

2.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 27.
3.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p.101-02.
4.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 334.
5.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 358-59.
6.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 453.
7.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 582-83.
8.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 660.
9.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 699.
10.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 699.
11.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 699.
12.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 700.
13.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 736-37.
14.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 841.
15.↑ Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 868-69.

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