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Original 19 Wards of Salt Lake City

These wards became part of the Salt Lake Stake, February 22, 1849.

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Salt Lake City Stakes and wards within them (1930's)

Source for this section: Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941).

  • Online through BYU Books. (Free) In the Text search box, type the town or unit name and click Go. Select page numbers (tiny) at the right to see the page.
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Stakes (1930's):

  • Ensign Stake:
    • Boundaries: north and east to the mountains, south to 3rd South Street (or Liberty Stake), and west to Main Street
    • Wards:Salt Lake City 11th, 12th-13th, 18th, 20th, 21st, 27th, Ensign, and University
  • Granite Stake:
    • Boundaries: north to 13th South St. (or Liberty Stake), east to the Wasatch Mountains, south to 27th South St. (or Grant Stake), and west to 5th East St. from 27th South St. to the Park City branch of the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad tracks, thence east along said tracks to 7th East St. and north along 7th East St. to 13th South St. (or Liberty Stake)
    • Wards: Emerson, Forest Dale, Hawthorne, Highland Park, Lincoln, Nibley Park, Parleys, Richards, Sugar House and Wasatch
  • Grant Stake:
    • Boundaries: northward to 13th South St. (or Pioneer and Liberty stakes), eastward to 7th East St. (or Granite Stake), south to the Cottonwood Stake and west to the Jordan River (or Oquirrh Stake)
    • Wards: Belvedere, Burton, Central Park, East Mill Creek, Hillcrest, Jefferson, McKinley, Miller, Southgate, Wandamere, Waterloo, Wells, Whittier and Wilford
  • Liberty Stake:
    • Boundaries: north to 3rd South St. (or Ensign Stake), east to the mountains, south to 13th South St. (or Granite and Grant stakes), and west to Main St. (or Pioneer Stake)
    • Wards: Salt Lake City 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 8th, 9th, 10th, 31st, 33rd, Emigration, LeGrand, Liberty, and Yale
  • Pioneer Stake:
    • Boundaries: north to 3rd South St. (or Salt Lake Stake), east to East Temple St. (or Liberty Stake), south to 13th South St. as far west as the Denver & Rio Grande Railway tracks, and (further west) to 21st South St. (or Grant Stake), and west to the Oquirrh Stake
    • Wards: Salt Lake City 4th, 5th, 6th-7th, 25th, 26th, 30th, 32nd, Brighton, Cannon, Poplar Grove, and the Mexican Branch.
  • Salt Lake Stake:
    • Boundaries: north to the Davis County line (or South Davis Stake), east to North State St., City Creek Canyon and Main St., Salt Lake City, (or Ensign Stake), south to 3rd South St. (or Pioneer Stake), and west to the Great Salt Lake
    • Wards: Salt Lake City 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 19th, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 28th, 29th, 34th, Capitol Hill, and Center

Wards in Salt Lake City (1930's)

Wards and branches in Salt Lake City and vicinity to about 1948
  • Click stake name (in parens) for records and for boundaries and history timelines about 1930.
  • Wards formed 1930-1948 are linked to FamilySearch Library Catalog, which may give dates organized and parent ward(s).

Salt Lake City 1st, 2nd, 3rd (Liberty)
4th, 5th, 6th-7th (Pioneer)
8th, 9th, 10th (Liberty)
11th, 12th-13th (Ensign)
14th, 15th, 16th, 17th (Salt Lake)
18th (Ensign)
19th (Salt Lake)
20th, 21st (Ensign)
22nd, 23rd, 24th (Salt Lake)
25th, 26th (Pioneer)
27th (Ensign)
28th, 29th (Salt Lake)
30th (Pioneer)
31st (Liberty)
32nd (Pioneer)
33rd (Liberty)
34th (Salt Lake)

Airport Branch
Belvedere (Grant)
Brighton (Pioneer)
Burton (Grant)
Cannon (Pioneer)
Canyon Rim
Capitol Hill (Salt Lake)
Center (Salt Lake)
Central Park (Grant)
Colonial Hills
East Ensign
East Mill Creek (Grant)

Emerson (Granite)
Emigration (Liberty)
Ensign (Ensign)
Forest Dale (Granite)
Garden Park
Hawthorne (Granite)
Highland Park (Granite)
Hillcrest (Grant)
Jefferson (Grant)
Jordan Park
LeGrand (Liberty)

Liberty (Liberty)
Lincoln (Granite)
McKinley (Grant)
Mexican Branch (Pioneer)
Miller (Grant)
Monument Park
Mountain Dell Branch
Mountain View
Nibley Park (Granite)
Olympus South
Park Avenue
Parleys (Granite)
Poplar Grove (Pioneer)
Redwood (formerly Pioneer Ward)
Richards (Granite)

Rosslyn Heights
Southgate (Grant)
Stadium Village Branch
Sugar House (Granite)
University (Ensign)
Valley View
Wandamere (Grant)
Wasatch (Granite)
Waterloo (Grant)
Wells (Grant)
Whittier (Grant)
Wilford (Grant)
Yale (Liberty)

Wards organized later (1930's-about 1948)

The following wards were found from a search of the FamilySearch Library Catalog, accessed January, 2013. Each is linked to the Catalog. While no attempt has been made to learn their parent wards, stakes, or boundaries, an explanation is in many of the Catalog entries.

Salt Lake City 35th Airport Branch · Arbor · Beacon · Bonneville · Browning · Bryan · Canyon Rim · Colonial Hills · Columbus · Cummings · Douglas · Duncan · East Ensign · Edgehill · Edison · Eldredge · Evergreen · Fairmont · Garden Park · Grandview · Harvard · Haven · Imperial · Ivins · Jordan Park · Laurelcrest · Lorraine · Marlborough · McKay · Monument Park · Mountain Dell Branch · Mountain View · Olympus South · Park Avenue · Princeton · Redwood (formerly Pioneer Ward) · Riverside · Riverview · Rosecrest · Rosslyn Heights · Smith · Spencer · Springview · Stadium Village Branch · Stratford · Yalecrest · Valley View · Webster · Wilson ·

Other History Resources
Many wards or branches appointed members to compile a history. Copies may be in the ward library or in homes of members. Some contain biographical sketches of members of the ward at the time of compilation.

to do

The following have not yet been linked, most may be in towns other than Salt Lake City. (This tells me we need an alpha list for SL County - to do via Exel)AdkinsWH 20:50, 28 January 2013 (UTC)

Bennion (Cottonwood Stake) · Mill Creek (where?) · Mount Olympus · North Point Branch · Salt Lake Tabernacle ·


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