Juab County (Utah). County Clerk Death registers
Dates: i 1898-1905.
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
These records contain death registers for the years 1898-1905. Each entry has the decedent's name, occupation, age, marital status, sex, race, color, residence, term of residence, date of death, cause of death, name of informant making the report, and the entry's assigned number.
Beginning in 1898, each physician, clergyman, justice of the peace, and undertaker was required to keep a registry of the name, age, residence, and time of death of the decedent. Each person registering deaths filed quarterly with the county clerk or the local board of health in the case of incorporated cities. (Revised Statutes of Utah 1898, Title 57, p. 474-475)
In 1905, the state passed a law requiring each county to file a uniform certificate with the State Bureau of Vital Statistics.
Chronological by year, but not by month. Entries were recorded in order of report, not by date of death.
Death certificates from the Department of Health. Office of Vital Records and Statistics, Series 81448, This series contains death certificates filed with the Bureau of Vital Records beginning in 1904.
This series is classified as Public.
This series was processed by M. Call in September 1998.
Indexes: Register is preceded by an alphabetical index based on the decedent's surname,.
- Death—Proof and certification—Juab County (Utah).
- Juab County (Utah)—Statistics, Vital.
Page Last Updated October 18, 2012.