Series 23613
Kanarraville (Utah) Subject files

Dates: 1933-

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These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.

Historical Note

An agency history is available.

Scope and Content

This series contains important documents kept by the Kannarraville municipal government in a subject file. These documents include copies of city ordinances and resolutions, correspondence, reports, bonds, affidavits, agreements, petitions, burial transit permits, the general plan and other miscellaneous documents. Files pertaining to cemetery records include a warranty deed for the cemetery, cemetery board meeting minutes (1986-) and correspondence, and burial transit permits. Burial transit permits may include names, sex, marital status, birth date and place, death date and place, residence, name of informant, funeral home information , burial and cemetery information (1962-1977).


Alphabetical by subject.

Related Records

Town board minutes from Kanarraville (Utah), Series 23612, contain additional information about the documents in this file.

General plan from Kanarraville (Utah), Series 23616, contains another copy of the general plan.

Codified ordinances from Kanarraville (Utah), Series 23781, contain the published ordinances passed by the town board.

Additional Forms

This series is available on microfilm.

Access Restrictions

This series is classified as Public.

Preferred Citation

Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.

Gaps in Series

Two documents in this series are dated 1933 and 1953 and a few others are dated in the 1970s. The majority of documents are dated in the 1980s and 1990s.

Processing Note

This series was processed by Rosemary Cundiff in September 2001 and finding aid written in by Luana Darby in August 2011.

Indexing Terms

  • Kanarraville (Utah)--Records and correspondence.

Container List

1 Misc. city files including some cemetery records

Page Last Updated October 18, 2012.