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United States > Sanpete > Fairview

City Hall

http://fairviewcity.com/
Fairview City Hall
165 North State Street
Fairview, UT 84629
Phone: (435) 427-3858
Fax: (435) 427-3275

Quick Facts

Wikipedia

1 October 1859: Founded as North Bend during the second wave of Mormon settlement in the Sanpete Valley.

1864: Renamed Fairview when postoffice was obtained.

Resources

Biography

  1. Mother's memories, 1982, Estella Harmon [1]
  2. Sheepherding in the Fairview, Utah area, A. J. Anderson [2]
  3. Henry Weeks Sanderson : from Blandford, Massachusetts to Fairview, Utah : an autobiography [3]

Cemeteries

There are two cemeteries in Fairview; an upper cemetery and a lower cemetery. The lower cemetery is also known as the pioneer cemetery. It was used in the early years of the settlement. The first interments were in 1859. The transcription includes all interments from 1859 to 1900.

Fairview Cemetery

  1. USGS GNIS FID 1440984
  2. Hometown Locator
  3. Findagrave.com
  4. Utah Gravestone Photo Project
  5. Utah State History - Cemetery Database - not available
  6. Vickie's Homepage of Utah Headstone Photos

Fairview Pioneer Cemetery (aka Lower Cemetery)

  1. Utah Gravestone Photo Project
  2. Sanpete County UTGenWeb Project
  3. Utah State History - Cemetery Database - not available
  4. Vickie's Homepage of Utah Headstone Photos
  5. Histories of those buried in the Old Pioneer Cemetery, Fairview, Utah, compiled by the North Bend DUP [4] [5]
  6. Cemetery records, Lower Fairview Cemetery (up to 1952), copied by Annie Carlston Bills [6]
  7. A record of the lower (old) cemetary [sic] of Fairview, compiled..., (up to 1975) by Olea Day Cox...indexed by Nancy Cox MacKay [7]

Census

  • 1860 - as North Bend
Ancestry.com (FI$)
heritagequestonline.com (LAR)
Pilot, FamilySearch (F)
  • 1870
Ancestry.com (FI$)
heritagequestonline.com (LAR)
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  • 1880
Ancestry.com (FI$)
heritagequestonline.com (LAR)
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  • 1890
Ancestry.com (FI$)
heritagequestonline.com (LAR)
  • 1900
Ancestry.com (FI$)
heritagequestonline.com (LAR)
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  • 1910
Ancestry.com (FI$)
heritagequestonline.com (LAR)
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  • 1920
Ancestry.com (FI$)
heritagequestonline.com (LAR)
FamilySearch (F)
  • 1930
Ancestry.com (FI$)
heritagequestonline.com, no index, browse available (LAR)
Pilot, FamilySearch (F)

Church History and Records

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

  1. Fairview (North Sanpete Stake)
  1. Genealogy record of the high priest quorum, 1895-1907 [8]
  2. Record of members, 1860-1907 [9]
  3. Form E (annual genealogical report), 1907-1921 [10]
  4. Record of members, 1862-1906 [11]
  1. Fairview North
  1. History of Fairview North Ward Relief Society, compiled by Hansen, Lucile M. [12]
  2. Record of members, 1921-1941 [13]
  3. Form E (annual genealogical report), 1921-1948 [14]
  1. Fairview South
  1. Record of members, 1921-1941 [15]
  2. Form E (annual genealogical report), 1921-1948 [16]

Gazetteers

History

see also: Cemeteries - Fairview Lower Cemetery

  1. History of Fairview, Sanpete County, Utah [17]
  2. A History of Fairview: 1930-1931, by Olson and Coombs [18]
  3. Fairview Museum oral history project, 1975-1994. [19]

Maps

  1. USGS GNIS FID 1440983
  2. Google
  3. Hometown Locator

Military History and Records

Newspapers

Societies, Libraries and Museums

  1. Fairview Museum of History and Art
    85 North 100 East, Fairview
    Phone: 435-427-9216
    PO Box 157, Fairview, UT 84629
    The museum is full of historical data, artifacts pictures and artwork, including full scale replica of a nearly fully intact Columbian mammoth. The mammoth was unearthed on the nearby Wasatch Plateau in 1988 while excavating the Huntington Reservoir.

Web Sites

References

  1. WorldCat
  2. WorldCat
  3. WorldCat
  4. WorldCat
  5. "FHLC US/Can Book 979.2563/F2 V3n"
  6. "FHLC US/CAN Book 979.256/F1 V3b"
  7. "FHL US/CAN FilmfckLR982047 Item 14"
  8. "FHL US/CAN Film 2056 Item 5'
  9. "FHL US/CAN Film 25959 Items 1-4"
  10. "FHL US/CAN Film 25959 Items 5"
  11. "FHL US/CAN Film 179952 Item 2"
  12. "FHLC US/CAN book 979.2563/F2 K2h"
  13. "FHL US/CAN Film 25960 Items 1-2"
  14. "FHL US/CAN Film 25960 Items 3"
  15. "FHL US/CAN Film 25961 Items 1-2"
  16. "FHL US/CAN Film 25961 Items 3"
  17. "FHL US/CAN Film 1670782"
  18. WorldCat
  19. WorldCat