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Historical Markers in Holden, Utah

 
Clickable Map of Millard County, Utah and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Millard County, UT (33) Beaver County, UT (19) Juab County, UT (26) Sanpete County, UT (67) Sevier County, UT (30) Lincoln County, NV (31) White Pine County, NV (26)  MillardCounty(33) Millard County (33)  BeaverCounty(19) Beaver County (19)  JuabCounty(26) Juab County (26)  SanpeteCounty(67) Sanpete County (67)  SevierCounty(30) Sevier County (30)  LincolnCountyNevada(31) Lincoln County (31)  WhitePineCounty(26) White Pine County (26)
Fillmore is the county seat for Millard County
Holden is in Millard County
      Millard County (33)  
ADJACENT TO MILLARD COUNTY
      Beaver County (19)  
      Juab County (26)  
      Sanpete County (67)  
      Sevier County (30)  
      Lincoln County, Nevada (31)  
      White Pine County, Nevada (26)  
 
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1Utah (Millard County), Holden — 3 — Cedar Springs Fort(Buttermilk Fort)
Erected 1855-56, was 150 feet long north and south by 75 feet wide. Facing each other and standing 30 feet apart were two rows of adobe houses. The gateways were in the north and south walls. Richard Johnson and William Stevens, Sr. and families . . . Map (db m69575) HM
2Utah (Millard County), Holden — Heritage Bell
Bell was originally mounted in the steeple of Holden Ward Chapel dedicated in 1883. The bell was rung 30 minutes before Church services were to begin, also rung on special occasions. Present bell tower erected as a reminder to present and future . . . Map (db m69577) HM
3Utah (Millard County), Holden — Holden
Established by Mormon Pioneers in 1855, as Fort Cedar Springs. Church President Brigham Young gave permit for the families of William Stevens Sr. and Richard Johnson to start a settlement near these grassy, spring-fed cedar hills. Joined that . . . Map (db m69574) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Sep. 28, 2022