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The Tooele County Project is part of the UTGenWeb Project, both are part of the USGenWeb Project. We are a group of volunteers working together to provide free access to genealogical materials for researchers. These projects combined cover every county in every state in the United States, we are non-commercial and fully committed to free access to genealogical materials for everyone.
Without volunteers these projects wouldn't be. A volunteer doesn't need to know how to build a website, there are other ways you can help. It could be by looking up information in a book or materials you own, or going to a location to obtain information for a researcher. Maybe transcribing items for coordinators or taking photos of gravestones. If you have an interest in volunteering your time and talents, please visit the USGenWeb to find out how you can help. If you have any Tooele County materials you wish to share please contact the coordinator, MaryAlice Schwanke
The Tooele County Courthouse and City Hall (pictured above) is located at 71 E Vine Street in Tooele, UT. It was built by Isaac Lee in 1867 in a Greek Revival style architecture and has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1983. The building had served as courthouse and city hall from 1867 - 1899, and as city hall until 1944.
Tooele County is one of the original
counties in Utah. It
was organized in 1852 and at one time included part of western