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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pleasant_View,_Utah Wikipedia] Nestled at the base of Mount Ben Lomond in northern [[Weber County, Utah|Weber County]], for many years Pleasant View was a considered part of [[North Ogden, Utah|North Ogden]]. Located just west of North Ogden it has been  known under several different names over years such as:  the West End, the West District, Stringtown, Hot Springs, out West and finally became known as Pleasant View. <ref> [http://www.pleasantviewcity.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=120&Itemid=118 Pleasant View City History] </ref> The pioneers found a large patch of beautiful tall straight trees that were suitable for log cabins. They called this area "Pole Patch". A stage coach station was in operation from 1860-1800 it served the Holladay Overland Lines which was a division of Wells-Fargo. <ref> [http://history.utah.gov/apps/markers/detailed_results.php?markerid=1815 Pleasant View Markers] </ref>  Meals were served and horses fed and repairs made at this stage coach station.  
 
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The Ute tribe of Indians, led by their chieftain Tobe, used the Hot Springs for medicinal purposes. A Hot Springs resort, that included a 40 room hotel, hot spring bathing and a dance hall once received visitors in the northwestern corner of Pleasant View. <ref> [http://www.sangres.com/utah/places/weber/pleasant-view.htm Sangres.com Pleasant View] </ref> Settled in 1851, Pleasant View was incorporated in 1945.  
For many years Pleasant View was a considered part of [[North Ogden, Utah|North Ogden]]. Located just west of North Ogden it was known as several different names over years such as:  the West End, the West District, Stringtown, Hot Springs, out West and finally became known as Pleasant View. <ref> [http://www.pleasantviewcity.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=120&Itemid=118 Pleasant View City History] </ref> The pioneers found a large patch of beautiful tall straight trees that were suitable for log cabins. They called this area "Pole Patch". A stage coach station was in operation from 1860-1800 it served the Holladay Overland Lines which was a division of Wells-Fargo. <ref> [http://history.utah.gov/apps/markers/detailed_results.php?markerid=1815 Pleasant View Markers] </ref>  Meals were served and horses fed and repairs made at this stage coach station.  
 
The Ute tribe of Indians, led by their chieftain Tobe, used the Hot Springs for medicinal purposes. A Hot Springs resort, that inculded a 40 room hotel, hot spring bathing and a dance hall once received visiters in the northwestern corner of Pleasant View. <ref> [http://www.sangres.com/utah/places/weber/pleasant-view.htm Sangres.com Pleasant View] </ref> Settled in 1851, Pleasant View was in corporated in 1945.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Nestled at the base of Mount Ben Lomond in northern [[Weber County, Utah|Weber County]], the City is now best known for its beautiful valley views and highly desirable residential areas.
 
 
 
'''1851:''' Founded
 
 
 
'''27 April 1945:''' Incorporated
 
 
 
 
==== Neighboring Communities  ====
 
==== Neighboring Communities  ====
 
[[North Ogden, Utah|North Ogden]] | [[Harrisville, Utah|Harrisville]] | [[Farr_West,_Utah|Farr West]] | [[Willard, Utah|Willard]]
 
[[North Ogden, Utah|North Ogden]] | [[Harrisville, Utah|Harrisville]] | [[Farr_West,_Utah|Farr West]] | [[Willard, Utah|Willard]]

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Quick History

Wikipedia Nestled at the base of Mount Ben Lomond in northern Weber County, for many years Pleasant View was a considered part of North Ogden. Located just west of North Ogden it has been known under several different names over years such as: the West End, the West District, Stringtown, Hot Springs, out West and finally became known as Pleasant View. [1] The pioneers found a large patch of beautiful tall straight trees that were suitable for log cabins. They called this area "Pole Patch". A stage coach station was in operation from 1860-1800 it served the Holladay Overland Lines which was a division of Wells-Fargo. [2] Meals were served and horses fed and repairs made at this stage coach station. The Ute tribe of Indians, led by their chieftain Tobe, used the Hot Springs for medicinal purposes. A Hot Springs resort, that included a 40 room hotel, hot spring bathing and a dance hall once received visitors in the northwestern corner of Pleasant View. [3] Settled in 1851, Pleasant View was incorporated in 1945.

Neighboring Communities

North Ogden | Harrisville | Farr West | Willard

City Hall

Pleasant View City
520 West Elberta Drive
Pleasant View, UT 84414
801-782-8529

Resources

Biography & Genealogies

Cemeteries

Burials are usually in North Ogden or Ogden area cemeteries.

Church History and Records

  • Pleasant View Ward (Ogden Stake), set off from North Ogden Ward
  • Record of members, 1882-1922, 1939-1941 [5]
  • Form E (annual genealogical report) 1882-1940 [6]

Maps

Newspapers

Historical Newspapers

Societies, Museums and Libraries

  • Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum
    2148 Grant Avenue
    Ogden, UT 84401
    ph: (801) 393-4460

Vital Records

Birth Records

Marriage Records

Death Records

Websites

  • Webtree.com, listing individuals who born or died in Huntsville. Submitters of gedcoms may add, update or remove contents.

Sources and Footnotes

  1. Pleasant View City History
  2. Pleasant View Markers
  3. Sangres.com Pleasant View
  4. "FHLC Book 979.2 D3e" (Salt Lake City, Utah : Western Epics, 1966).
    Vol. 1 part 1 (Family History Archives)
    Vol. 1 part 2 (Family History Archives)
  5. "FHLC Film 889352 items 3-5" (Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the GSU, 1951, 1962)
  6. "FHLC Film 25661 Item 3" (Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the GSU, 1951, 1962)