“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Lyman, Utah

Clickable Map of Wayne County, Utah and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Wayne County, UT (18) Emery County, UT (26) Garfield County, UT (37) Grand County, UT (27) Piute County, UT (5) San Juan County, UT (47) Sevier County, UT (30)  WayneCounty(18) Wayne County (18)  EmeryCounty(26) Emery County (26)  GarfieldCounty(37) Garfield County (37)  GrandCounty(27) Grand County (27)  PiuteCounty(5) Piute County (5)  SanJuanCounty(47) San Juan County (47)  SevierCounty(30) Sevier County (30)
Loa is the county seat for Wayne County
Lyman is in Wayne County
      Wayne County (18)  
      Emery County (26)  
      Garfield County (37)  
      Grand County (27)  
      Piute County (5)  
      San Juan County (47)  
      Sevier County (30)  
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1 Utah, Wayne County, Lyman — 242 — First Public Building
In the year 1878 William Wilson Morrell and William Taylor erected this structure, the first public building in Wayne County. It was 20x30 feet, built of logs, and used by the people of Fremont community as a church, school house, and public meeting . . . Map (db m138401) HM
2 Utah, Wayne County, Lyman — 393 — Fremont Park
In 1853, Lt. Colonel John C. Fremont mapped a new trail and made daily astronomical observations from Green River to Parowan, Utah. In his party of 22 were: S.N. Carvalho, artist and daguerreotypist, Mr. Von Egloffstein, topographer with assistants . . . Map (db m138061) HM
3 Utah, Wayne County, Lyman — The First Grave
David Sabin Young June 2, 1878 Son of Franklin and Marie Young Franklin gave the land to the town for a cemetery Map (db m138405) HM
4 Utah, Wayne County, Lyman — 414 — The First Sawmill
In 1877 William Wilson Morrell brought a water powered sawmill into Rabbit Valley (Fremont) from Kamas, Utah. The mill was located near Mill Meadows, three miles northeast of Fremont, and was operated successfully for several years by William, his . . . Map (db m138399) HM
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May. 30, 2023