Washington County, Utah LDS Church Stakes and Wards

From FamilySearch Wiki

(Difference between revisions)
(Stakes in the County, 1930)
(Alpha list of wards in the county)
Line 18: Line 18:
  
 
Listed below are the ward and stake records for Washington County, Utah on microfilm at the [[Family History Library|FamilySearch Library]].
 
Listed below are the ward and stake records for Washington County, Utah on microfilm at the [[Family History Library|FamilySearch Library]].
*Click on a ward below for records (up to about 1948). For later records, check with [[Church History Library]].
+
:Click on a ward below for records (up to about 1948). For later records, check with [[Church History Library]].
*For boundaries and a timeline history for wards that existed in 1930, click to the stake (above).
+
:For boundaries and a timeline history for wards that existed in 1930, click to the stake (above).
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Central Ward|corporate|disp=Central Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Enterprise Ward|corporate|disp=Enterprise Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Grafton Ward|corporate|disp=Grafton Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Gunlock Ward|corporate|disp=Gunlock Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Hebron Ward|corporate|disp=Hebron Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Hurricane North Ward|corporate|disp=Hurricane North Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Hurricane South Ward|corporate|disp=Hurricane South Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Hurricane Ward|corporate|disp=Hurricane Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Ivins Ward|corporate|disp=Ivins Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. La Verkin Ward|corporate|disp=La Verkin Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Leeds Ward|corporate|disp=Leeds Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. New Harmony Ward|corporate|disp=New Harmony Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Parowan Stake|corporate|disp=Parowan Stake}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Pine Valley Ward|corporate|disp=Pine Valley Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Pinto Ward|corporate|disp=Pinto Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Price Ward|corporate|disp=Price Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Rockville Ward|corporate|disp=Rockville Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Santa Clara Ward|corporate|disp=Santa Clara Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Springdale Ward|corporate|disp=Springdale Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George 1st Ward, New|corporate|disp=St. George 1st Ward, New}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George 1st Ward, Old|corporate|disp=St. George 1st Ward, Old}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George 2nd Ward, New|corporate|disp=St. George 2nd Ward, New}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George 2nd Ward, Old|corporate|disp=St. George 2nd Ward, Old}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George 3rd Ward, New|corporate|disp=St. George 3rd Ward, New}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George 3rd Ward, Old|corporate|disp=St. George 3rd Ward, Old}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George 4th Ward, New|corporate|disp=St. George 4th Ward, New}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George 4th Ward, Old|corporate|disp=St. George 4th Ward, Old}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George 5th Ward|corporate|disp=St. George 5th Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George 6th Ward|corporate|disp=St. George 6th Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George East Ward|corporate|disp=St. George East Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George Stake|corporate|disp=St. George Stake}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George Stake|corporate|disp=St. George Stake}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George Stake|corporate|disp=St. George Stake}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George Ward|corporate|disp=St. George Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. St. George West Ward|corporate|disp=St. George West Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Toquerville Ward|corporate|disp=Toquerville Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Veyo Ward|corporate|disp=Veyo Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Virgin Ward|corporate|disp=Virgin Ward}}{{•}}
 +
*{{FHL|Saints. Washington Ward|corporate|disp=Washington Ward}}{{•}}
  
 
== References  ==
 
== References  ==

Revision as of 17:40, 10 April 2013

United States go to Washington County, Utah go to Washington County, Utah LDS Church Stakes and Wards

Stakes in the County, 1930

  • Parowan Stake, Utah[1]
    • Stake Boundaries as of about 1930: South end of Little Salt Lake Valley, 19 miles northeast of Cedar City, 35 miles southeast of Beaver, and 270 miles by nearest road southeast of Salt Lake City. In Iron County and portions of Washington County.
    • Wards, 1930: Cedar 1st, Cedar 2nd, Cedar 3rd, Enoch, Harmony, Kanarra, Newcastle, Paragonah, Parowan East, Parowan West, Pinto and Summit.
  • St. George Stake, Utah[2]
    • Stake Boundaries as of about 1930: The stake extends north to the Parowan Stake, Utah east to the Zion Park Stake, Utah south to the boundary line between Utah and Arizona, and including one ward, Mt. Trumbull, in Arizona, and west to the boundary line between Utah and Nevada.
    • Wards, 1930: Central, Enterprise, Gunlock, Leeds, Mount Trumbull, Pine Valley, Santa Clara, Saint George East, Saint George South, Saint George West, Veyo, and Washington. Besides these 12 wards there is the Ivins Branch.
  • Zion Park Stake, Utah[3]
    • Stake boundaries as of about 1930: east part of Washington County, Utah. Northward the stake is bounded by the Parowan Stake, and eastward by the Kanab Stake. South the stake extends to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado in Arizona, and west to the Saint George Stake.
    • Wards, 1930: Hurricane North, Hurricane South, LaVerkin, Rockville, Springdale, Toquerville and Virgin. Also Shonesburg Branch, Utah and Cane Beds Branch in northern Arizona were included.

Alpha list of wards in the county

Listed below are the ward and stake records for Washington County, Utah on microfilm at the FamilySearch Library.

Click on a ward below for records (up to about 1948). For later records, check with Church History Library.
For boundaries and a timeline history for wards that existed in 1930, click to the stake (above).

References

  1. Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 641-643
  2. Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 225
  3. Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 225