Utah, How to Find Genealogy Records

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See United States, How to Find Genealogy Records and United States Genealogy

This page contains a series of links to Research Wiki articles about how to find various types of genealogically related records specific to the state of Utah. The individual articles are arranged by subject heading. The linked articles may also include links to other related articles. You may also wish to search the Wiki for "How to Find" articles adding the subject "Utah." Please feel free to add new links or update existing links as they become available.

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American Indians

If you believe your family has Indian ancestry, first identify a specific time period and locality for your ancestor by using other Utah and United States records. Knowing and studying the history of a tribe is vital in finding available records.

Search for the individual tribes in the Research Wiki, such as:

The following more general records may also be helpful:

Archives and Libraries

Many archives and libraries have resources such as maps, gazetteers, and other place-finding aids to help you locate information about Utah. They may have collections of previous research, such as family and local histories and biographies. Many have record-finding aids such as guides to their own collections or inventories of records housed elsewhere in the state.

  • Utah Archives and Libraries This article has links to specific Utah Libraries and Archives. You may also wish to search for articles in each county's article.

Biography

Cemeteries

Cemetery records may include birth, marriage, and death information. They sometimes provide clues about military service, religion, or membership in an organization. Cemetery records may be kept as sexton records in a local city office or in a storage location on the cemetery itself. There may also be permits for burial, cemetery plot sales records, transportation records and mortuary and funeral records stored with the cemetery records themselves. Also use these records to: Identify children who died young or women who were not recorded in family or government documents.Establish family relationships and locate family members. For Utah, there are statewide indexes and collections for many cemeteries.

Census

Church Records

Court Records

Digital Collections

Directories

Emigration and Immigration

Gazetteers

Genealogy

History

Land and Property

Maps

Military Records

Minorities

Naturalization and Citizenship

Newspapers

Obituaries

Periodicals

Probate Records

Societies

Taxation

Vital Records

Birth Records

Marriage Records

Death Records