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Utah death index, 1898-1905

Utah Death Index For Salt Lake County [v. 2]
compiled by Professional Chapter of Utah Genealogical Association ; edited by Judith W. Hansen
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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Utah Genealogical Association, 1995, c1998
2 v.
1892229005 no. 3
Monograph series (Utah Genealogical Association); no. 2 & 3

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Statewide registration of births and deaths began in September 1905, but most counties began in 1898 with a few earlier.

Includes name, sex, age, death date, county page number and entry or registration number.

Listed in alphabetical order by surname.

Contents: v. 1. (no. 2) Excluding Salt Lake County -- v. 2. (no. 3) Salt Lake County.

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