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 Gunnison City Cemetery, Gunnison, Sanpete, Utah, USA


Latitude: 39.166054, Longitude: -111.80558

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Utah Cemeteries Results
Gunnison City Cemetery

Location: Gunnison, Sanpete County
Address: 500 North Cemetery Road
Gunnison, UT 84634
Travel Directions: From Junction off Hwy 89 and 28. Go east on Hwy 89 for .75 miles. Turn left on cemetery road. Cemetery is about 1/2 mile north.
Contact: Gunnison City
Phone: 435-528-7969
Owner: Gunnison City
Burial Plots: 6300
Number of Burials: 3300
Size: 10 Acres
Year Established: 1863
Year of First Burial: 1863
Most recent recorded death year: 2006
Information in database: No
E-Mail: stewartm@gunnisoncity.org
Comments: First baby born in Utah after Utah received Statehood, Grover J. Jensen, born 1-4-1896, died 1-30-1983. Several Black Hawk Indian War casualties are buried here.


 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Albert Swain (1851-1926) & Elizabeth Ellen Gee (1859-1939) - Headstone
Albert Swain (1851-1926) & Elizabeth Ellen Gee (1859-1939) - Headstone
    Elizabeth Ellen Gee (d. 30 Jun 1939)
Albert Swain (d. 1926)