ECV1850 Plaque:
Early Settlers
of Emory County
(Utah)


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EARLY SETTLERS
OF EMORY COUNTY
IN 1877 BRIGHAM YOUNG CALLED FOR 50
FAMILIES FROM SANPETE STAKE TO SETTLE
CASTLE VALLEY. AS A RESULT, ORANGE SEELY
WAS CALLED BY THE MORMAN CHURCH TO
LEAD THE COLONIZATION OF THE VALLEY. ON
OCTOBER 20, 1877, ORANGE SEELY, JOHN
JORGENSEN, AARON OMAN, ERASTUS CURTIS,
ERASTUS CURTIS JR., WILLIAM CURTIS, NEILS
MILLER, JASPER PETERSON, JAMES WILCOX,
GEORGE BRUNO, JOSEPH BURNETT, AND CHRIS
PEEL LEFT MOUNT PLEASANT TO BEGIN THE
ORGANIZATION OF CASTLE VALLEY.
ERECTED JULY 23, 1983
UTAH OUTPOST
MOUNTAIN CHARLIE CHAPTER No. 1850
E CLAMPUS VITUS

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Plaque is located at
95 East Main
Castle Dale.
Emory County, Utah

GPS*
  Castle Dale  
(Utah)
WGS84 Datum
N 39.22119°
W 111.01959°
*Approximate




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