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Wards and Branches of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake County, Utah

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See also go to Salt Lake City LDS Wards and Branches

Stakes in Salt Lake County, 1930[edit | edit source]

  • Cottonwood Stake, Utah[1]
    • Boundaries: on the north by the Oquirrh and Grant stakes, on the east by the Wasatch mountains, on the south by the East Jordan and West Jordan stakes, and on the west by the Oquirrh Mountains
  • East Jordan Stake, Utah[2]
    • Boundaries: ... extending northward to Cottonwood Stake, eastward to the Wasatch Mountains, southward to Utah County, Utah, and westward to the Jordan River, or West Jordan Stake.
  • Oquirrh Stake, Utah[3]
  • West Jordan Stake, Utah[4]
    • Boundaries: the southwest part of Salt Lake County, Utah (west of the Jordan River), and comprises a district of country bounded on the north by the Oquirrh Stake, on the east by the. Jordan River, on the south by Utah County, Utah, and on the west by the Oquirrh Mountains.

Wards in Salt Lake County, 1930[edit | edit source]

Wards and branches in Salt Lake County, 1930
  • Click 1930 stake name (in parentheses) for ward records, boundaries, and history timelines.
Bacchus Branch (Oquirrh)

Bennion (Cottonwood)
Bingham (West Jordan)
Bluffdale (West Jordan)
Brinton (See Cottonwood Ward)
Butler (East Jordan)
Cottonwood (Cottonwood)
Crescent (East Jordan)
Draper (East Jordan)
East Midvale (East Jordan)
Garfield (Oquirrh)
Granger (Oquirrh)

Granite (East Jordan)
Grant (Cottonwood)
Herriman (West Jordan)
Hunter (Oquirrh)
Lark Branch (West Jordan)
Magna (Oquirrh)
Midvale 1st (East Jordan)
Midvale 2nd (East Jordan)
Mill Creek (Cottonwood)
Murray 1st (Cottonwood)
Murray 2nd (Cottonwood)
North Jordan (see Taylorsville)

Pleasant Green (Oquirrh)
Riverton 1st (West Jordan)
Riverton 2nd (West Jordan)
Sandy 1st (East Jordan)
Sandy 2nd (East Jordan)
Sandy 3rd (East Jordan)
South Cottonwood (Cottonwood)
South Jordan (West Jordan)
Taylorsville (Cottonwood)
Union (East Jordan)
West Jordan (West Jordan)
Winder (Cottonwood)

Wards formed after 1930[edit | edit source]

The following wards were formed between 1930 - 1948. They are linked to the FamilySearch Library Catalog, which may give dates organized and parent ward(s).

Copperton • East Midvale 2nd • Garden View • Garfield East • Garfield West • Granger 1st • Granger 2nd • Holladay 1st • Holladay 2nd • Murray 3rd • South Grant • Union 1st • Union 2nd • Valley Center • West Jordan 1st • West Jordan 2nd •

For later wards, check with Church History Library.

Salt Lake City

  • Airport
  • Arbor
  • Beacon
  • Belvedere
  • Big Cottonwood
  • Brighton
  • Browning
  • Bryan
  • Burton
  • Cannon
  • Capitol Hill
  • Center
  • Central Park
  • Colonial Hills
  • Columbus
  • Cottonwood
  • Cottonwood S.
  • Cummings
  • Douglas
  • Duncan
  • Edgehill
  • Edison
  • Eldredge
  • Emerson
  • Emigration
  • Ensign
  • Ensign E.
  • Ensign W.
  • Evergreen
  • Fairmont
  • Farmers
  • Forest Dale
  • Grandview
  • Granite Stake
  • Harvard
  • Haven
  • Hawthorne
  • Highland Park
  • Hillcrest
  • Holladay
  • Holladay 1
  • Holladay 2
  • Hunter
  • Imperial
  • Ivins
  • Jefferson
  • Jordan Park
  • Laurelcrest
  • Le Grand
  • Liberty
  • Lincoln
  • Lorraine
  • McKay
  • McKinley
  • Marlborough
  • Mexican
  • Mill Creek
  • Mill Creek E.
  • Miller
  • Monument Park
  • Mt. Olympus
  • Mountain Dell
  • Mountain View
  • Nibley Park
  • North Point
  • Park Avenue
  • Parley's
  • Pioneer Stake
  • Poplar Grove
  • Princeton
  • Redweed
  • Richards
  • Riverside
  • Riverview
  • Rosecrest
  • Rosslyn Heights
  • Salt Lake (Misc.)
  • Salt Lake City 1
  • Salt Lake City 2
  • Salt Lake City 2 N.
  • Salt Lake City 2 S.
  • Salt Lake City 3
  • Salt Lake City 4
  • Salt Lake City 5
  • Salt Lake City 6
  • Salt Lake City 6-7
  • Salt Lake City 7
  • Salt Lake City 8
  • Salt Lake City 9
  • Salt Lake City 10
  • Salt Lake City 11
  • Salt Lake City 11 W.
  • Salt Lake City 12
  • Salt Lake City 12-13
  • Salt Lake City 13
  • Salt Lake City 14
  • Salt Lake City 15
  • Salt Lake City 16
  • Salt Lake City 17
  • Salt Lake City 17 N.
  • Salt Lake City 18
  • Salt Lake City 18 N.
  • Salt Lake City 18 S.
  • Salt Lake City 19
  • Salt Lake City 20
  • Salt Lake City 20 N.
  • Salt Lake City 20 S.
  • Salt Lake City 21
  • Salt Lake City 21 N.
  • Salt Lake City 22
  • Salt Lake City 23
  • Salt Lake City 24
  • Salt Lake City 25
  • Salt Lake City 26
  • Salt Lake City 27
  • Salt Lake City 27 E.
  • Salt Lake City 28
  • Salt Lake City 29
  • Salt Lake City 30
  • Salt Lake City 31
  • Salt Lake City 32
  • Salt Lake City 33
  • Salt Lake City 34
  • Salt Lake City 35
  • Smith
  • South Cottonwood
  • Southgate
  • Springview
  • Stadium Village
  • Stratford
  • Sugarhouse
  • University
  • Valley View
  • Wandamere
  • Wasatch
  • Waterloo
  • Webster
  • Wells
  • Whittier
  • Wilford
  • Wilson
  • Winder
  • Yale
  • Yalecrest

Salt Lake County

  • Bennion
  • Bingham
  • Bonneville
  • Bluffdale
  • Butler
  • Copperton
  • Crescent
  • Draper
  • Draper 1
  • Draper 2
  • Garden View
  • Garfield
  • Garfield E.
  • Garfield W.
  • Granger
  • Granger 1
  • Granger 2
  • Grant S.
  • Hercules (Bachus)
  • HerrimanHunter
  • Lark
  • Magna
  • Midvale
  • Midvale 1
  • Midvale 1 E.
  • Midvale 2
  • Midvale 2 E.
  • Mill Creek
  • Mill Creek E.
  • Murray
  • Murray 1
  • Murray 2
  • Murray 3
  • Pleasant Green
  • Riverton
  • Riverton 1
  • Riverton 2
  • Salt Lake (Misc)
  • Sandy
  • Sandy 1
  • Sandy 2
  • Sandy 3
  • South Jordan
  • Spencer
  • Taylorsville
  • Union
  • Union 1
  • Union2
  • Valley Center
  • West Jordan
  • West Jordan 1
  • West Jordan 2

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 159-60.
  2. Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 207-208
  3. Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p.620.
  4. Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 939.