300 South 400 East
Mailing Address: 20 North Main
Brigham City, Box Elder County, Utah 84302
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* Facts - limited facts available
* Burial Records
From I-15, take exit 364 east on Highway 91. At the Brigham City Main Street intersection (Highway 89, where there is a stop-light), turn left. At 300 South, turn right. Follow the road approximately 4 blocks. The cemetery entrance will be on your right.
|Owner||Brigham City owns the land as a "park". Burial rights are sold for lots and tracts|
Phone: (435) 734-2001, extension 242
|Earliest Burial*||12 Oct 1853 - Mary Ellen Wight|
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|*According to History of Box Elder County, published by Daughters of Utah Pioneers in 1937, "Philip Ettlemen, great grandfather of the Mary Valentine family, was the first man buried in the Brigham City Cemetery. He is resting on a lot to the extreme southern end and about two blocks west of Main Street, as the cemetery is now platted. Mr. Ettleman had been hauling a load of timber and on the return trip was driving up Third North near Third East where the old tannery was located. He was sitting on the front of the running gears when suddenly the reach-pole broke loose from the hind gear. The motion of the wagon caused the pole to fly forward and hit the team on the back, at the same time pinning Mr. Ettleman in such a way that he was dragged to death by the runaway team. The accident occurred November 16, 1854."|
Burial records are not available at this website yet. Gwen is willing to do look-ups for this cemetery. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact the Brigham City Cemetery offices directly.
There's a nice history of the Brigham City Cemetery at Alice Hamilton's website for her Williams ancestors. Go to http://users.ev1.net/~hmltn/williams/williams.htm and click on the link for "Brigham City Cemetery" on the left column.