Sterling ~ 403
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N 39° 11.600 W 111° 41.562
12S E 440181 N 4338459
This marker provides a brief synopsis of early history in the town of Sterling, Utah.
Waymark Code: WMDBB3
Location: Utah, United States
Date Posted: 12/18/2011
Published By:Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow
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Daughters of Utah Pioneers
No. 408
Erected 1978
First Walker War casualty, Peter Ludvigson,
was killed by the Indians in 1865, three miles
south of Sterling. Wm. D. and Daniel B. Funk
located on Six-Mile Creek in 1872; dug irrigation
ditches for farming. Families came later. A Manti
branch of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-
Day Saints was organized in 1874, Wn. B. Petty,
President. Dixon & Bunts operated first store.
Samuel Trenner M.D. was first school teacher.
Jane Snow, Catherine Edwards, Fanny Kenner
were midwives.
Camp Arropeen
Marker Name: Sterling

Marker Number: 403

Marker Text:
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