Millard County, Utah LDS Church Stakes and Wards

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Stakes in Millard County, 1930

  • Deseret Stake, Utah[1]
    • Boundaries: situated on the state highway leading from Nephi to Fillmore, about 20 miles southeast of Leamington, and 30 miles northeast of Delta.
    • Wards, 1930: Abraham, Delta 1st, Delta 2nd, Delta 3rd, Deseret, Hinckley, Leamington, Lynndyl, Oak City, Oasis, Sugarville and Sutherland.
  • Millard Stake, Utah[2]
    • Boundaries: The western part of the stake includes a great area of desert country interspersed with mountain ranges. The inhabited part of the stake consists of settlements located in the great Pauvant Valley and in Round Valley.
    • Wards, 1930: Fillmore 1st, Fillmore 2nd, Flowell, Holden, Kanosh, McCornick, Meadow and Scipio.

Alpha list of wards in the county

Linked below are the ward and stake records for Millard County, Utah on microfilm at the FamilySearch Library. Click on a ward for records (up to about 1948).

  • For a timeline history and boundaries of wards that existed in 1930, click to the appropriate stake (above).
  • For later records, check with the Church History Library.

Abraham Branch • Abraham Ward • Delta 1st Ward • Delta 2nd Ward • Delta 3rd Ward • Delta Ward • Deseret Stake • Deseret Ward • Fillmore 1st Ward • Fillmore 2nd Ward • Fillmore 3rd Ward • Fillmore North Ward • Fillmore South Ward • Fillmore Ward • Flowell Ward • Garrison Branch • Greenwood Ward • Hinckley Ward • Holden Ward • Kanosh Ward • Leamington Ward • Lynndyl Ward • McCornick Ward • Meadow Ward • Millard Stake • Oak City Ward • Oasis Ward • Scipio Ward • South Delta Branch • Sugarville Ward • Sutherland Ward • Topaz Branch •

References

  1. Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p.188-189
  2. Jenson, Andrew. Encyclopedic History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1941). p. 504