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Plymouth Cemetery
Plymouth, Box Elder County, Utah

Lat: 41° 53' 09"N, Lon: 112° 10' 27"W

Contributed by RaeJena Allred, Jun 18, 2001 [stockie@citlink.net].  Total records = 500.

From I-15 take exit 395 (20800 North), going west.The Cemetery will be on the left hand side of the road.

The earliest Plymouth Cemetery is in the hills east of Washakie. On Jul 12, 1894, Bishop Thomas H. Archibald George Smith, with the assistance of several other men, organized the present cemetery. The cemetery was located on the northwest corner of the George Smith homestead. The first burials were nine children who died of diphtheria.

In 1969 a cemetery district was created and plans were made to improve the cemetery. Water was piped in and lawn planted. The cemetery has improved much over the years. This year, 2001, modern restrooms were installed. It is now a very well maintained active cemetery.

Information came from a cemetery walk through, check with sexton old records, earlier transcriptions and family files. Completed Jun 15, 2001.
- RaeJena Alfred

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