Summit County UTGenWeb


In 1854, Summit county Utah was formed from Green River and Salt Lake counties.


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Pioneers and Families

Camilla Dorothy Jacobsen Corbett


Edward & Lillie Snyder Evans -- scroll down

Adelia Groesbeck Lambert -- daug of Garrett L. & Mercy Bosworth Groesbeck

Andrew & Caroline D. Dabelstein Petersen -- gedcom


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Summit County Towns

Family History Center Libraries

  • Coalville Utah
    40 N Main
    Coalville, Summit, Utah, United States
    Phone: 435-336-2256
    Hours: M 9am-1pm; T-Th 5pm-9pm; F by appt; Sat 8am-12pm W 9am-1pm

  • Kamas Utah
    3038 N State Route 32
    Marion, Summit, Utah, United States
    Phone: 435-783-2921
    Hours: M-Th 10am-2pm; T-W 5pm-8pm; Th 5:30-7pm

  • Park City Utah
    1733 Lucky John Dr
    Park City, Summit/Wasatch, Utah, United States
    Phone: 435-645-0914
    Hours: T-Sat 6pm-9pm
    Closed: Mondays

Note: These are not mailing addresses. Due to limited staff, Family History Centers are unable to respond to mail inquiries.

Local Histories

Summit County

  • Nelson, Marie H. Mountain Memories: a Book of Remembrance, 1848-1986 (Kamas Utah Stake of Zion, Organized 9 July 1934) Kamas, UT: Kamas Utah Stake, 1986.

  • Peterson, Marie Ross. Echoes of Yesterday : Summit County Centennial History. Salt Lake City, UT: Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Summit County Chapter, 1947.


  • Lambert, Roy. Kamas with Komets. Kamas, UT: Summit County Bee, 1960.

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Last Updated: 3.19.2016