Fort Alma (Later Monroe) 1864-1867 ~ 21
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N 38° 38.133 W 112° 07.431
12S E 402185 N 4276933
Quick Description: This Daughters of Utah Pioneers Historical Marker is mounted on a dressed-stone monument at the northwest corner of the intersection of 100 West and 200 North in Monroe, Utah.
Location: Utah, United States
Date Posted: 11/15/2012 5:12:59 AM
Waymark Code: WMFPWM
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow
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Long Description:
No. 21
Erected July 24 1937
Pioneers and Families Who Lived in
Fort Alma (Later Monroe) 1864-1867

Major Allred, Parley Allred, Wiley Allred, Andrew Anderson, Israel Bale, Benjamin Barney, Walter Barney, Joseph Besswick, George Blacket, John W. Bohman, Thomas Broadbent, John Caldwell, Christian Christensen, Christian Christensen, Jr. George Crowther, Benjamin Davis, Richard Davis, Edward Duffin, John Edmonds, Henry Gifford, Moses Gifford, David Griffith, Andrew Hendrickson, Joseph Howe, Joseph Howe, Widower, Thomas Hunt, Augustus Johnson, Walter Jones, John Knighton, Henry Lamb, John McPhearson, Knute Mortensen, Jeppa Nielson, Frederick Olsen, Andrew Rasmussen, Matthew St. Clair, Niels Sorenson, Elisha Stevens, James Stevens, John Swain, George Swindle, Adolf Thompson, George D. Wilson, Wm. Zabriskie.
Camp Alma · · · Sevier County Company

A separate small plaque reads:

Additional Names
John J. Davis
Thomas Davis
Michael Johnson

Marker Name: Fort Alma (Later Monroe) 1864-1867

Marker Number: 21

Marker Text:
See Long Description


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