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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Payson,_Utah Wikipedia]  
 
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Payson,_Utah Wikipedia]  
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History of [http://www.onlineutah.com/paysonhistory.shtml Payson], Utah County, Utah.
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Payson has a [http://www.paysonutah.org/ city web site], with the current calendar of community events, education information, parks and recreation and other information.
  
 
== Resources  ==
 
== Resources  ==
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==== Genealogical and Historical Societies ====
 
==== Genealogical and Historical Societies ====
  
[[]]The [http://www.peteetneetmuseum.org/society.htm Payson Historical Society ]was founded in 1989 to collect and preserve historical items pertinent to Payson City History.
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The [http://www.peteetneetmuseum.org/society.htm Payson Historical Society ]was founded in 1989 to collect and preserve historical items pertinent to Payson City History.
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==== Georgraphy and Demographics ====
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The [http://www.historymania.com/american_history/Payson%2C_Utah Georgraphy and Demographics ]of the 2000 Census listed 12,716 people.
  
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The [http://www.peteetneetmuseum.org/history.htm History of Payson], the city initially called Peteetneet Creek, after a Ute Indian Chief is located about 60 miles south of Salt Lake, and is in Utah County.  
 
The [http://www.peteetneetmuseum.org/history.htm History of Payson], the city initially called Peteetneet Creek, after a Ute Indian Chief is located about 60 miles south of Salt Lake, and is in Utah County.  
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[http://www.peteetneetmuseum.org/ Peteetneet Museum and Cultrual Arts Center ]is located in the historical Peteetneet School built in 1901,  
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*[http://www.peteetneetmuseum.org/ Peteetneet Museum and Cultrual Arts Center ]is located in the historical Peteetneet School built in 1901, 10 North 600 East, Payson, UT 84651 (801) 465-5265 FAX (801)465-9427
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*Take a [http://www.peteetneetmuseum.org/walking.htm Walking Tour of Old Fort Peteetneet, Old Fort Payson, and Historic Payson] and find out about some of the old homes, and historical sites in down town Payson.
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*[http://www.peteetneetmuseum.org/exhibits.htm Exhibits] on the three floors of the Peteetneet Museum.
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==== Pioneers and People of Interest in Payson ====
  
10 North 600 East, Payson, UT 84651 (801) 465-5265 FAX (801)465-9427
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*[http://heritage.uen.org/companies/Wc8e3e5d180898.htm Irene Colvin Corbett ]was a [http://www.peteetneetmuseum.org/rma.htm Payson Teacher ]and nurse who went to London to study, and on her return was lost on the Titanic, read a [http://www.deseretnews.com/article/174918/TITANIC-SINKING-LEFT-MARK-ON-A-UTAH-FAMILY.html Deseret News Article].
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*[http://heritage.uen.org/companies/Wc8e3e5d180898.htm Daniel Stark ]a Payson resident came on the Ship [http://californiapioneer.org/historic-events/ship-brooklyn Brooklyn] to Califorina, later he headed President Young called those Saints to come to Utah to help during Johnstons Army.
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*The [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~sjensen/jensen/references/ref102.htm Curtis brothers, Lyman, Joseph and George ]were some of the first settlers of Peteetneet.
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*The Ute Indian Chief, "BlackHawk," is buried at the BlackHawk Memorial Park 2 miles south of Payson. He was a key figure in Utah's Black Hawk War of 1865-1872.
  
Take a [http://www.peteetneetmuseum.org/walking.htm Walking Tour of Old Fort Peteetneet, Old Fort Payson and Historic Payson]
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==== Utah County, Utah ====
  
 
[[Category:Utah_County,_Utah]]
 
[[Category:Utah_County,_Utah]]

Revision as of 05:39, 4 October 2011

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Quick History

Wikipedia

History of Payson, Utah County, Utah.

Payson has a city web site, with the current calendar of community events, education information, parks and recreation and other information.

Resources

Cemeteries

Payson City Cemetery

I was able to use this website to find my ancestors headstone: http://www.findagrave.com/

Payson City Cemetery Department

439 W Utah Ave
Payson, UT 84651-2042
(801) 465-5260

Cemetery Location

805 E 400 N
Payson, UT‎
Google Maps

Links

Church History and Records

  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  1. Park (Payson)
  2. Payson
  3. Payson 1
  4. Payson 2
  5. Payson 3
  6. Payson 4

Directories

Utah County and Utah Territorial Business Directory, Culmer, 1879-80 - Free (Don's List)
- includes every resident in Utah County, Payson begins on the bottom of page 233-239

Genealogical and Historical Societies

The Payson Historical Society was founded in 1989 to collect and preserve historical items pertinent to Payson City History.

Georgraphy and Demographics

The Georgraphy and Demographics of the 2000 Census listed 12,716 people.

The History of Payson, the city initially called Peteetneet Creek, after a Ute Indian Chief is located about 60 miles south of Salt Lake, and is in Utah County.

Library

Payson City Library is located on Main Street


Museum


Pioneers and People of Interest in Payson

Utah County, Utah