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1850-1930 Federal Utah Census Records are available to the public. See 1790-1940 US Census Records at Ancestry.

1890 Federal Utah census records were completely destroyed by a 1921 warehouse fire, however, the Utah schedules for Veterans and Widows census did survive and is often helpful for locating ancestors in that census year. See A Fire Destroyed The 1890 Census, Bridging the 1890 Census Gap & 1890 Veterans Schedules at Ancestry.

Utah State Census Records include the following census years: 1852, 1856, 1872, & 1896. The 1856 Utah state census along with an 1859 tax list are included in 1850-1890 Utah Census Records Collection at Ancestry.

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Utah Vital Records

Bureau of Vital Records and Statistics

288 North 1460 West
PO BOX 141012
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-1012

*Phone: (801) 538-6380

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Vital Records available at the Bureau of Vital Records and Statistics include:

  • Death records less than 80 years old.

  • Birth records less than 100 years old.

  • Marriage and Divorce Records less than 15 years old.

Vital records older than listed above are now kept at the Utah Division of Archives and Records.

Utah Birth Records: Utah didn't require registration of births until 1898 when County Clerks became responsible for the recording of them, however Salt Lake City and Ogden started registering births in 1890 and Park City began registering births in 1892.  In 1905, the Utah Department of Health became responsible for registering births in Utah.

Utah Death Records: Utah didn't require records of death until 1898, however, there are earlier records of death on file for Salt Lake City (at the City Recorder 1848-1933), Logan City (at Bear River Health Department as early as 1863), Beaver County (at the County Clerk 1881-1949 and Ogden City (at the City Recorder 1890-1905.  Death Records 1898-1904 were recorded by the County Clerk of each county.  In late 1904, the Utah Health Department became responsible for recording death certificates in Utah.

Marriage Records were begun in Utah in 1887. 

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 Utah

(Territory 1850.  Statehood 1896.)

Early settlers were mostly members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons).  Settlement began in July 1847 with the first arrival of approximately 150 men, 3 women and 2 boys.  By 1850, the population of Mormons who had traveled over the vast plains, to reach this desolate place had reached about 11,000.  The Genealogy Society of Utah is the most active group in the world, collecting millions of records and depositing them in their archives for use by all genealogy researchers.


Statewide Utah Census Records Online

 1850-1890 Utah Census Records at Ancestry

 1850 Federal Census Index and 1850 Census Images

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 1850 Federal Census Slave Schedules Index and Images

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 1880 Federal Census Search at Family Search

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 1920 Federal Census Index

 1930 Federal Census Index

 1940 Federal Census Index and 1940 Census Images

 Utah Databases at World Vital Records

 Utah State Databases of Census Records & Genealogy Records

 

Other UT Statewide Genealogy Records Used as Census Substitutes

1847 Utah Pioneers

1847-1868 Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel

1894 Members of the Colony to Utah

 


UT Census Records Online by County

Beaver County (formed 1856 from Iron & Millard)

1860 Federal Census Images

1870 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

1870 Federal Census Mortality Schedule at Genealogy Trails

1880 Federal Census Records for Adamsville

1883 Census of Pensioners

1890 Federal Census - Veterans and Widows Schedule

1900 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

1930 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

1940 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

Other Records

WWII Army Enlistments

WWII Casualties

 


Box Elder County (formed 1856 from Unorganized Territory)

1860 Federal Census Index and 1860 Census Transcription

1860 Federal Census Images

1870 Federal Census Index and 1870 Census Transcription

1870 Federal Census Mortality Schedule at Genealogy Trails

1880 Federal Census Index and 1880 Census Transcription

1883 Census of Pensioners

1900 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

1900 Federal Census Index and 1900 Census Transcription

1910 Federal Census Index and 1910 Census Transcription

1920 Federal Census Index and 1920 Census Transcription

1930 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

1930 Federal Census Index and 1930 Census Transcription

1940 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

Other Records

1856-1960 Box Elder County Records

1868-1869 Certificates of Citizenship

WWII Casualties

 


Cache County (formed 1856 from Unorganized Territory)

1860 Federal Census Index and 1860 Census Transcription (partial)

1860 Federal Census Images

1870 Federal Census Transcript for Clarkston

1870 Federal Census Transcript for Newton

1880 Federal Census Transcript for Clarkston

1880 Federal Census Transcript for Newton

1883 Census of Pensioners

1900 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

1920 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

1920 Federal Census Transcription of ED 17

1920 Federal Census Transcription of ED 18

1930 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

1940 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

Other Records

1861-1955 Cache County Records

Early Automobile Registrations in Cache County Part 1  |  Part 2

Early History of Cache County

WWII Army Enlistments

WWII Casualties

 


Carbon County (formed 1894 from Emery)

1900 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

1910, 1920, & 1930 Federal Census Index for Hiawatha

1930 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

1940 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

Other Records

1908 Carbon County Clerk Documents Index

WWI Draft Registration Index

WWII Casualties

WWII Enlistments

 


Carson County (formed 1854.  Became part of Nevada in 1861.  See: Carson County, Utah and Nevada Territories for more information about early Carson County, Utah 1854-1861 records.)

1860 Federal Census Index and 1860 Census Records (partial)

1860 Federal Census Images

 


Cedar County (formed 1856 from the western part of Utah County.  Cedar County was discontinued in 1862 when the land was ceded to Tooele County and Utah County.

1860 Federal Census Images

 


Daggett County (formed 1918 from Uintah)

1920 Federal Census of Antelope

1920 Federal Census of Bridgeport

1920 Federal Census of Linwood

1920 Federal Census of Manilla

1930 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

1930 Federal Census of Antelope

1930 Federal Census of Bridgeport

1930 Federal Census of Greendale

1930 Federal Census of Linwood

1930 Federal Census of Manilla

1940 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

Other Records

WWI Casualties

WWII Army Enlistments

WWII Army Enlistments at Genealogy Trails

WWII Honor List

 


Davis County (formed 1852 from Salt Lake)

1850 Federal Census Index

1850 Federal Census Records Part 1

1850 Federal Census Records Part 2

1850 Federal Census Records Transcription

1850 Federal Census Images

1860 Federal Census Images

1883 Census of Pensioners

1900 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

1930 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

1940 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

Other Records

1869-1953 Davis County Records

WWII Casualties

 


Desert County (formed 1852.  In 1856, Desert County was reduced as portions of it were used to create 3 new Utah counties: Carson, Humboldt and Saint Mary's.  These 3 Utah counties became part of Nevada Territory in 1861.  The land which remained in Desert County UT was divided in 1862 between Box Elder County and Tooele County, UT.  At that time, Desert County was dissolved.  Records for Desert County, Utah may be on file at the Utah State archives and some may be in the counties which were formed from the original Utah County of Desert.)

No known census online for this county.  Submit census links for inclusion in Census Finder's Directory.

 


Duchesne County (formed 1915 from Wasatch.)

No known census online for this county.  Submit census links for inclusion in Census Finder's Directory.

1930 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

1940 Federal Census Enumeration Districts

Other Records

WWII Army Enlistments at Genealogy Trails

WWII Honor List of Dead and Missing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Beaver-Duchesne

Emery-Morgan

Piute-Summit

Tooele-Weber

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