Stakes and Wards of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Millard County, Utah

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Stakes in Millard County, 1930[edit | edit source]

  • 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[edit | edit source]

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[edit | edit source]

  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