Utah Department of Administrative Services

Division of Archives & Records Service

Series 9802

District Court (Third District) Case files

Dates: 1851-1896.

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These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.

Historical Note

An agency history is available.

Scope and Content

An original complaint, summons, indictment or arrest warrant which initiate a legal action together with all legal papers subsequently filed in connection with the civil or criminal proceeding through disposition or dismissal of the case make up these case files. Case files document the legal process and the administration of justice in the Third Judicial District. Civil cases span the entire period and include suits to recover money, petitions for divorce, and writs of habeas corpus.

Criminal cases date from 1851 to 1882 and include both felonies and misdemeanors. Recurrent criminal offenses include robbery, burglary, theft, riot, malicious destruction of property, extortion, distribution of unlawful substances, contempt, treason, desertion, assault, murder, etc.

The court was required to hold at least four terms within the district each calendar year. Matters from throughout the district (several counties) were heard in Salt Lake City. Cases from Salt Lake County are most numerous but matters from outlying Summit and Tooele counties are common. During the early days of the territory, the Third Judicial District included current Utah counties (such as Iron and Utah) as well as extinct counties (e.g., Green River and Carson). A small number of case files from these locales are included.

According to federal and territorial statutes, the district court has jurisdiction in all matters not prohibited by law. The majority of these cases are civil matters. Suits to recover money owed to plaintiffs are the predominant type of action. These proceedings arise out of failure to honor promissory notes or other contract terms and non-payment of rent, lease payments, and court-ordered judgments. Property cases include disputed ownership, damage, and contested improvements. Petitions for divorce are also common. Other routine legal actions include voluntary withdrawal or dissolution of corporations as well as petitions for a writ of habeas corpus (a court order requiring that a prisoner be brought before a judge to decide the legality of his detention or imprisonment). Court business (grand jury lists and reports, orders summoning persons to serve as jurors, various writs, etc.) have also been assigned case numbers.

The Third District Court was restricted to adjudication of actions involving real property located within the Third Judicial District, those in which the defendant resides within the Third Judicial District, and those involving incidents occurring within the Third Judicial District. The court's appellate jurisdiction extends to all cases arising in probate, justice's, or U.S. Commissioners court. Upon receipt of an appeal, the district court conducted a complete retrial of the case. Certified copies of pertinent court documents were provided to the district court while the inferior court retained the original documents in its case file.

These case files document the legal process and the administration of justice in conjunction with civil and criminal cases. A civil case is a proceeding for the determination of a controversy between parties wherein rights are enforced or protected, or wrongs are prevented or redressed. A crime or public offense is an act committed or omitted in violation of a law forbidding or commanding it, and to which it is annexed, upon conviction, a prescribed punishment. Records and documents pertaining to a particular action were maintained by the court clerk, who was required to file pleadings and other legal papers for cases arising throughout the district. Collectively they constitute the case file.

A civil action commences with the filing of a complaint with the court or by service to the defendant of a summons together with a copy of the complaint. A criminal case is initiated with a complaint, information, indictment, or arrest warrant. The case file for a particular action includes the original complaint, summons, information, indictment, or arrest warrant together with all legal papers subsequently filed in connection with the court proceeding through disposition or dismissal.

Files for civil cases include such documents as subpoenas, bonds, depositions (or written testimony), demurrers (which are pleas for the dismissal of a lawsuit on the grounds that even if the statements of the opposition are true, they do not sustain the claim), interrogatories (a pretrial discovery tool in which written questions are propounded by one party and served to the adversary, who must answer by written replies made under oath), answers, counter claims, replies, motions, injunctions, petitions, affidavits (written statements made under oath before an officer of the court, notary public, or other authorized person), stipulations (an agreement between attorneys that concerns business before a court and is designed to simplify, shorten, or settle litigation and save costs), exhibit documents (written contracts, bills, receipts, etc.), notices, objections, citations, sheriff's certificates, judge's orders and rulings, judge's instructions to the jury, judge's findings of fact and conclusions of law, final decrees, judgments, executions (the process of carrying into effect a court's judgment, decree, or order), and an enumeration of court costs.

Transcripts (an official and certified copy of what transpired in court or at an out-of-court deposition) and exhibits (items of real evidence) appear infrequently in the case files. A small number of declaration of intention documents were filed with these records during the first fifteen years.

Criminal case files may include petitions to the court, complaints, transcripts of lower court proceedings, injunctions, warrants of execution and confinement, warrants of death, notices of appeal, subpoenas, affidavits, orders to show cause, court orders to the jury or defendant, trial evidence, court judgment, and an enumeration of costs.

Incidents of note include a complaint against leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints following the "Utah War" alleging "insurrection, rebellion, and war" (People of the United States vs. Brigham Young, et al., December 30, 1858); and case number 1785 (Samuel L. Clemens vs. John T. Caine, Hiram B. Clawson, and Willie Gill, February 8, 1875) involving a suit filed by Clemens for copyright violation of the Mark Twain novel, Gilded Age.

Arrangement

For records created from 1851 to 1873, arrangement is chronological by year, thereunder alphabetical by plaintiff surname.

Case files from late 1870 to statehood are arranged numerically by consecutive case number. They are enumerated 1 through 15,135. Cases created prior to adoption of this numbering system (or never incorporated) are filed chronologically by the year the court action commenced (1851-1873) and thereunder alphabetically by the plaintiff's personal surname or corporate name. The practice of the court assigning a unique case number when the papers were filed with the clerk began with cases filed in the early 1870s but was not fully instituted until 1874. As unnumbered files through 1873 are abundant, it appears probable that only selected cases from 1870 to 1874 were assigned numbers retroactively after the system was adopted. Files dealing with court business (writs calling jurors, grand jury lists and reports, etc.) were routinely assigned half numbers. Regular case files were inexplicably assigned half numbers occasionally as well. A letter was sometimes added to a case number to distinguish it from another (e.g., case 3 and case 3A). As criminal cases are considered an offense against the public, the plaintiff may variously be recorded originally as "People," "United States," or "Territory of Utah." In the interest of consistency, all such differentiations now are filed collectively as "People." Case numbers were assigned when the documents initiating the case were filed with the court clerk. Documents added subsequently to individual case files are arranged chronologically within the file.

Research Note

The case number assigned by the court is essential to locate the desired case file. Researchers should first consult the indices to plaintiffs found in series 3243, CASE INDEX, to find the unique case number corresponding to the appropriate case file. Case numbers for cases filed between 1871 and 1896 may also be found using the surname index in the JUDGMENT DOCKETS, series 1671. Confusion may arise when documents and case files are inscribed with two or more case numbers. It appears that the district court experimented with one or more numbering systems in the early 1870s before finally adopting one. Files of cases on appeal may be imprinted with two case numbers; the number first used by the inferior court as well as that later assigned by the district court. On rare occasions, two separate cases were assigned a single case number. Case numbers 35 through 61 and 63 through 100 were never assigned. The attached container list describes numbered cases at the box level while unnumbered cases and oversize items separated from the case file are described at the folder level. Most folders contain more than one case file. The contents of folders containing multiple case files are described listing only the names of the first and last plaintiff, separated by a dash (e.g., Abel-Ayers). In situations when a folder includes actions filed by a single plaintiff against numerous defendants, the name of the adverse party appears in brackets following the name of the plaintiff (e.g., People [Bates]-People [Wheeler]). Folders containing a single case file are described by the case title (e.g., People vs. Jones). A small number of cases filed after the adoption of the numbering system apparently were never assigned case numbers. These files have been integrated with the numbered case files and are grouped together immediately following the target (separator sheet) indicating the year in which legal action was commenced (1874, 1875, 1884, 1888, and 1890 through 1895). Filesumbered dealing with court business were routinely assigned half numbers. Regular case files were inexplicably assigned half numbers occasionally as well. A letter was sometimes added to a case number to distinguish it from another (e.g., case 3 and case 3A). As criminal cases are considered an offense against the public, the plaintiff may variously be recorded as "People," "United States," or "Territory of Utah." In the interest of consistency, all such differentiations are now filed collectively as "People."

Related Records

Civil and criminal case files from Salt Lake County (Utah). Probate Court, Series 373, include the originals of cases appealed to the district court, copies of which are found in this series.

Civil case files from the District Court (Third District : Salt Lake County), Series 1622, include files of cases adjudicated in Salt Lake County after statehood.

Territorial minute books from the District Court (Third District), Series 1649, document the proceedings of these cases.

Abstracts of judgment books from the District Court (Third District : Salt Lake County), Series 1663, include information on those cases which, due to unsatisfied judgments, result in liens, garnishments, and further action by the court.

Judgment dockets from the District Court (Third District : Salt Lake County), Series 1671, record the assigned case number and filing date, as well as the book and page number for the corresponding judgment record.

Case file index from the District Court (Third District), Series 3243, indexes plaintiffs involved in these case files.

Civil registers of actions from the District Court (Third District : Salt Lake County), Series 3252, contain a chronological list of the documents filed and fees paid in connection with these civil cases.

Judgment case files from the District Court (Third District : Salt Lake County), Series 3568, document the final judgment in civil cases.

Civil and criminal case docket books from Salt Lake County (Utah). Probate Court, Series 3944, contains civil and criminal minutes of these types of cases for Salt Lake County until 1860.

Civil case trial calendars from the District Court (Third District), Series 6545, list these cases as they were arranged for trial in court.

Territorial criminal case files from the District Court (Third District), Series 6836, contain criminal case files filed after 1882.

Judgment record books from the District Court (Third District : Salt Lake County), Series 11381, summarize the proceedings and final judgment of the action taken in these cases.

Habeas corpus case files from the District Court (Third District : Salt Lake County), Series 14211, include additional habeas corpus petitions.

Civil registers of actions from the District Court (Third District), Series 22610, contain a chronological list of the documents filed and fees paid in connection with these civil cases.

Case files from the District Court (First District), Series 25011, include other case files from the territorial period.

Docket from the District Court (First District), Series 25973, contains the earliest case files cited in this record book.

Copyright petitions from the District Court (Third District), Series 82994, were removed from this series.

U.S. Commissioner civil and criminal case files from the District Court (Third District), Series 82995, include cases appealed to the district court which originated in the U.S. Commissioners Court.

Civil case files from the District Court (Third District : Tooele County), Series 83312, includes files of cases adjudicated in Tooele County after statehood.

Custody History

Throughout the territorial period, case files were created and maintained by the clerk appointed by and serving at the pleasure of the judge of the district court. At statehood, the Salt Lake County Clerk was constitutionally designated as ex-officio clerk of Third District Court in and for Salt Lake County. The county/district court clerk maintained custody of the case files until their transfer to the Utah State Archives between 1982 and 1985.

Access Restrictions

This series is classified as Public: UCA 63G-2-301 (1) (f) provides that judicial records are public unless restricted by the rules of criminal or civil procedure..

Preferred Citation

Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.

Gaps in Series

Numerous case files are missing. All years are accounted for but occasionally a cluster of cases is unaccounted for. The largest such group (nearly 600 cases) includes cases 13,911 through 14,505 which date from November 1894 to May 1895. Random individual missing cases make up the bulk of the gaps. Case numbers 35 through 61 and 63 through 100 were never assigned.

Processing Note

Since 1983, case files have been listed as permanent records in the records retention policy of the Utah Judicial Council. Microfilming of the original records was authorized by the court clerk. Microfilming of case files (1851 to 1896) for reference use was done between 1998 and 2001. When it wasn't possible to complete microfilming of a lengthy case file before coming to the end of a roll, the contents of the file are continued on the subsequent roll(s). Occasionally the same case file will appear on two reels. This occurred when the final case or two filmed on one reel were inadvertently refilmed at the beginning of the next reel. Items too large for the legal size folders (maps of mining claims, newspapers, etc.) have been removed to oversize enclosures. When an item has been removed, a separation notice has been placed in the case file and the action has been noted in the container list. A small number of cases filed after the adoption of the numbering system apparently were never assigned case numbers. These files have been integrated with the numbered case files and are grouped together immediately following the target (separator sheet) indicating the year in which legal action was commenced (1874, 1875, 1884, 1888, and 1890 through 1895). Archival processing of these records was completed in July 1996 by W. Glen Fairclough, Jr. Assistance with physical processing was provided by Val E. Wilson and other members of the Arrangement and Description section. A planned index to the un-indexed civil cases (1851-1872) will be merged with an existing list of defendants in criminal cases (1851-1882) compiled by archives staff in 1993 to form a comprehensive register.

Finding Aids

Indexes: series 3243, case index, includes name index to plaintiffs, covering from 1872 thru January 3, 1896, and from 1 thru 15,135. Other: a research guide entitled "Court/Judicial Records in the Utah State Archives" is available for patron use.

Indexing Terms

  • Divorce suits—Utah.
  • Post-conviction remedies—Utah.
  • Utah—Trials (Divorce).
  • Utah—Actions and defenses—Cases.
  • Utah—Criminal courts.
  • Utah—Habeas corpus.

Container List

REEL BOX FOLDER DESCRIPTION
1 1 1 No Date
1 1 1 [1851] People [Rowe]
1 1 1 [1852] Court Business
1 1 2 [1852] People [Owens]
1 1 2 [1854] Court Business-Lewis
1 1 2 [1855] Hyde-People [Smith]
1 1 3 [1856] People vs. Dotson
1 1 4 [1856] People vs. Pitt
1 1 5 [1856] People [Williams]-Reese
1 1 6 [1856] Russell-Snow
1 1 7 [1857] Campbell-People [McCarthy]
1 1 8 [1857] People [Michel]-People [Morrison]
1 1 9 [1857] People [Reed]-People [Tuttle]
1 1 10 [1857] People [Wadsworth]-People [Williamson]
1 1 11 [1857] People vs. Young
1 1 12 [1857] Stoker-Winters
1 1 13 [1858] Belt-Gessler
1 1 14 [1858] Grow-Livingston
1 1 15 [1858] Magraw-McNeill, Francis [Salt Lake City]
1 1 16 [1858] McNeill, Francis [Young]-People [Baker]
2 1 17 [1858] People [Belt]-People [Christiansen]
2 1 18 [1858] People [Contois]-People [Garvey]
2 1 19 [1858] People [Gilbert]-People [Ingram]
2 1 20 [1858] People [Kimball]-People [Phelps]
2 1 21 [1858] People [Posey]-People [Spencer]
2 1 22 [1858] People [Stowell]-People [Wilson]
2 1 23 [1858] People [Woodward]-Spencer
2 1 24 [1858] Stiles-Woodard & Co.
2 1 24 [1859] Court Business-Anderson
2 1 25 [1859] Basye-Campkin
2 1 26 [1859] Chipman-Drown
2 1 27 [1859] Egan-Farrington
2 1 28 [1859] Harkelrode-Hutchinson
2 1 29 [1859] Finnagan-Hamilton
3 1 30 [1859] Jester-Kinney
3 1 31 [1859] Leonard, B. [Bair]-Leonard, B. [Wheeler]
3 1 32 [1859] Masterson-Miller & Russell.
3 1 33 [1859] Mills-People [Brewer]
3 1 34 [1859] People [Clark]-People [Gibson]
3 1 35 [1859] People [Hunt]-People [Moses]
3 1 36 [1859] People [Peele]-People [Tah-pah-we-pup]
3 1 37 [1859] People [Thorp]-People [Yoads]
3 1 38 [1859] Perpetual Emigrating Fund-Perry, C.A. & E.H.
3 1 39 [1859] Perry, C.A. & E.H.-Radford, Cabot & Co.
3 1 40 [1859] Radford, Cabot & Co.-Scarrett
3 1 41 [1859] Sims-Wallace
3 1 42 [1859] Ward-Williams, J.
3 1 43 [1859] Williams, T.S. [Clinton]-Williams, T.S. [Hennifer]
3 1 44 [1859] Williams, T.S. [Kimball]-Winn
3 1 45 [1860] Anderson-Lemon
3 1 46 [1860] Lightner-Whitmore
4 1 47 [1861] Beauvais-Burr
4 1 48 [1861] Crismon-Dotson
4 1 49 [1861] Dyer & Co. vs. Gilbert & Gerrish
4 1 50 [1861] Dyer Brothers & Co.-Goddard
4 1 51 [1861] Guthrie & Mitchell-Hooper
4 2 1 [1861] Leonard, B. [Alexander]-Leonard, B. [Long]
4 2 2 [1861] Leonard, B. [Miner]-Leonard, G. [Houtz]
4 2 3 [1861] Leonard, G. [Hyde]-Moore
4 2 4 [1861] Moore-Mogo
4 2 5 [1861] People [Leonard]-Young
4 2 6 [1862] Beach-Corbett
4 2 7 [1862] Gilbert-Martin Brothers
5 2 8 [1862] Miller-People [Burton]
5 2 9 [1862] People [Curley]-People [Klingard]
5 2 10 [1862] People [Matthews]-People [McCue]
5 2 11 [1862] People [Ray]-Wolfe & Hoppe
5 2 12 [1863] Appleby-Brackett
5 2 13 [1863] Camp-Little
5 2 14 [1863] Moore & Green-People [Davey]
5 2 15 [1863] People [Harrison]-People [Holladay]
5 2 16 [1863] People [Rosenbaum]-Whitney
5 2 17 [1864] Carter-Little
5 2 18 [1864] Manning-People [Packer]
5 2 19 [1864] People [Peters]-People [White]
5 2 20 [1864] Reamer-White
5 2 21 [1865] Anderson-Boice
5 2 22 [1865] Browning-Clark
5 2 23 [1865] Cotterell-Gilbert
5 2 24 [1865] Gordon-Hazen
6 2 25 [1865] Hooper-Jeremy
6 2 26 [1865] Johnson-Kerr, J.
6 2 27 [1865] Kerr, J.-Martin, A.
6 2 28 [1865] Martin, E.-People [Ferguson]
6 2 29 [1865] People [Fox]-People [Harlem]
6 2 30 [1865] People [Lant]-People [Pettit]
6 2 31 [1865] Potter-Smith
6 2 32 [1865] Snyder-Taylor
6 2 33 [1865] Tiernan vs. Great Salt Lake City
6 2 34 [1865] Tufts vs. Ellsworth
6 2 35 [1865] Twitchell vs. Young
6 2 36 [1865] Walker vs. Nevitt & McDonald
6 2 36 [1866] Adlesdorfer Brothers-Armstrong
6 2 37 [1866] Auerbach & Bros. vs. Tileston & Co.
6 2 38 [1866] Blume-Bowen
6 2 39 [1866] Carter-Englebrecht & Mayscich Bros.
6 2 40 [1866] Foster-Franklin
7 2 41 [1866] Gilbert-Hiller
7 2 42 [1866] Hitz-Keplinger
7 2 43 [1866] Kerr-Long
7 2 44 [1866] Lutz vs. Teasdale (cont.)
7 2 45 [1866] Lutz vs. Teasdale (cont.)
7 2 46 [1866] Marshall-Miners National Bank
7 2 47 [1866] Morris-Mullen
7 2 48 [1866] Oppenheimer-People [Flynn]
7 2 49 [1866] People [Hanson]-People [Reamer]
7 2 50 [1866] People [Robinson]-Reggel, L. [Wilkins & Burton]
7 2 51 [1866] Reggel, L. [Witt]-Rickers
7 2 52 [1866] Robinson vs. Great Salt Lake City
7 2 53 [1866] Rosenbaum-Rumfield
7 2 54 [1866] Snyder-Taylor
7 2 55 [1866] Thurmond & Baskin [Knight]-Thurmond & Baskin [Young]
7 2 56 [1866] Twitchell-Ward
7 2 57 [1866] Webb-Young & Sons [Irwin]
7 2 58 [1866] Young & Sons vs. Martin (cont.)
7 2 59 [1866] Young & Sons vs. Martin (cont.)
8 3 1 [1867] Court business-Auerbach
8 3 2 [1867] Baskin & DeWolfe [Carn]-Baskin & DeWolfe [Southworth]
8 3 3 [1867] Bernhisel-Blair, S. [Jennings]
8 3 4 [1867] Blair, S. [Wells Fargo]-Calde
8 3 5 [1867] Carter, I.M.-Carter, M.A., vs. Wm. Murphy (cont.)
8 3 6 [1867] Carter, M.A., vs. Wm. Murphy (cont.)
8 3 7 [1867] Carter, M.A., vs. Wm. Murphy (cont.)
8 3 8 [1867] Carter, M.A., vs. Wm. Murphy (cont.)
8 3 9 [1867] Carter & Black-Clark
8 3 10 [1867] Clasby vs. Worley & Houtz
8 3 11 [1867] Clift-Davids
8 3 12 [1867] DeWolfe-Driesbach Bros.
8 3 13 [1867] Eldredge-Filley
8 3 14 [1867] Garrett, Coldwell & Co.-Gilbert & Sons [Evans]
8 3 15 [1867] Gilbert & Sons [Kimball]-Greenwold
8 3 16 [1867] Haws-Holladay
9 3 17 [1867] Hussey, Dahler [Blair]-Hussey, Dahler [Worley]
9 3 18 [1867] Jennings-Johnson, J.
9 3 19 [1867] Johnson, L.L., vs. Godbe & Mitchell (cont.)
9 3 20 [1867] Johnson, L.L., vs. Godbe & Mitchell (cont.)
9 3 21 [1867] Kenna-Lewis
9 3 22 [1867] Marshall & Carter [Greenleaf]-Marshall & Carter [Wheeler]
9 3 23 [1867] Marshall & Carter [Young]-McQuarrie
9 3 24 [1867] McWhirt-Morse, Walcott & Co.
9 3 25 [1867] Newmark & Co.-Ormstein & Popper
9 3 26 [1867] Orr-Overland Dispatch
9 3 27 [1867] Pearson-People [Moore]
9 3 28 [1867] People [Patten]-People [Romley]
9 3 29 [1867] People [Smith]-Ranshoff & Co. [Dudley]
9 3 30 [1867] Ranshoff & Co. [Rosenbaum]-Reiss
9 3 31 [1867] Rickers-Ross & Barratt
9 3 32 [1867] Seaburg-Shrewsbury
9 3 33 [1867] Simpson-Vanderwood
9 3 34 [1867] Walker Bros. [Clive]-Walker Bros. [Durant]
10 3 35 [1867] Warbass-White
10 3 36 [1867] Wilkinson & Fern-Young & Sons
10 3 37 [1868] Court business-Castle
10 3 38 [1868] Cheltain-Ellis Bros.
10 3 39 [1868] Gardner, Olive S., vs. Wells Fargo (cont.)
10 3 40 [1868] Gardner, Olive S., vs. Wells Fargo (cont.)
10 3 41 [1868] Godbe-Kiskadden
10 3 42 [1868] Marshall & Carter-McKnight
10 3 43 [1868] Miller vs. Heaton, Campbell & Clark (cont.)
10 3 44 [1868] Miller vs. Heaton, Campbell & Clark (cont.)
10 3 45 [1868] Miller vs. Heaton, Campbell & Clark (cont.)
10 3 46 [1868] Morris-Oakley
10 3 47 [1868] Ornstein-Overland Dispatch Co.
10 3 48 [1868] People [Carrald]-People [Reed]
10 4 1 [1868] People [Williamson]-Rees
10 4 2 [1868] Reggel-Strickland
10 4 3 [1868] Tootle, Leach & Co. vs. William S. Godbe
10 4 4 [1868] Wakeham-Way
11 4 5 [1869] Court business-Adams
11 4 6 [1869] Alexander-Barton
11 4 7 [1869] Bates, Thomas H., vs. Union Pacific Railroad (cont.)
11 4 8 [1869] Bates, Thomas H., vs. Union Pacific Railroad (cont.)
11 4 9 [1869] Bauman-Childs
11 4 10 [1869] Crandall-Davis
11 4 11 [1869] Dickerson-Eldredge & Clawson [Prescott]
11 4 12 [1869] Eldredge & Clawson [Walton]-Fletcher
11 4 13 [1869] Fuller-Hawley
11 4 14 [1869] Head & Co.-Hussey, Dahler [Bates]
11 4 15 [1869] Hussey, Dahler [David]-Hussey, Dahler [Hess]
11 4 16 [1869] Hussey, Dahler [Naisbitt]-Hussey, Dahler [Union Pacific]
11 4 17 [1869] Hussey, Dahler [Watt]-Hussey, Dahler [Woodmansee]
11 4 18 [1869] Isaacson-Larson
11 4 19 [1869] Lawrence-Loucks
11 4 20 [1869] Marshall & Carter [Decker]-Marshall & Carter [Naisbitt]
12 4 21 [1869] Marshall & Carter [Salisbury]-McGavin
12 4 22 [1869] Miller, John A., vs. S. D. Heaton
12 4 23 [1869] Miner-Miners National Bank
12 4 24 [1869] Newbury-People [Boyle]
12 4 25 [1869] People [Branagan]-People [Fitzgerald]
12 4 26 [1869] People [Foster]-People [Kilfoyle]
12 4 27 [1869] People [Knaffen]-People [Laskey]
12 4 28 [1869] People [McAnnany]-People [Smith]
12 4 29 [1869] People [Stevenson]-People [Wilson]
12 4 30 [1869] Perry-Peterson
12 4 31 [1869] Ralph-Salisbury & Crutcher [Bent]
12 4 32 [1869] Salisbury [Crutcher]-Standish
12 4 33 [1869] Steele & Johnson-Taylor, Frederick
12 4 34 [1869] Taylor, G.J.-Taylor, Thomas
12 4 35 [1869] Thurmond & Baskin-Vandusen
12 4 36 [1869] Wilson & Morton-Woodmansee
12 4 36 [1870] Court business
12 4 37 [1870] Almy-Bamberger & Hobart
12 4 38 [1870] Barker-Baskin
13 4 39 [1870] Bates-Bostwick
13 4 40 [1870] Brandner-Calder
13 4 41 [1870] Campbell-Clawson
13 4 42 [1870] Clift-Cooper
13 4 43 [1870] Corbin-Cronyn & Perris
13 4 44 [1870] Cunnington, John, vs. George D. Watt
13 4 45 [1870] Eldredge, Horace, vs. Union Pacific (cont.)
13 4 46 [1870] Eldredge, Horace, vs. Union Pacific (cont.)
13 4 47 [1870] Eldredge, Horace, vs. Union Pacific (cont.)
13 5 1 [1870] Empey-Fletcher
13 5 2 [1870] Freeman-Fullreid
13 5 3 [1870] Garn-Garvey & Bowers
13 5 4 [1870] Godbe & Co. [Latey]-Godbe & Co. [White]
13 5 5 [1870] Godbe [Young]-Harrison
13 5 6 [1870] Hawley-Hemple
13 5 7 [1870] Hempstead-Hess
13 5 8 [1870] Hoffman-Hooper, Eldredge, & Co. [Reich]
13 5 9 [1870] Hooper [Smith]-Hussey, Dahler [Abel]
13 5 10 [1870] Hussey, Dahler [Clive]-Hussey, Dahler [Maxfield]
14 5 11 [1870] Hussey, Dahler [Taylor]-Hussey, W. [Young]
14 5 12 [1870] Hyde-Isaacson
14 5 13 [1870] Jennings-Kahn & Bros.
14 5 14 [1870] Kerr-Lea
14 5 15 [1870] Marshall & Carter-Megeath
14 5 16 [1870] Middlemas-Miller, John M., vs. Wells Fargo (cont.)
14 5 17 [1870] Miller, John M., vs. Wells Fargo (cont.)-Moffat
14 5 18 [1870] Moore-People [Brandt]
14 5 19 [1870] People [Brown]-People [Camp]
14 5 20 [1870] People [Clinton]-People [Fuget]
14 5 21 [1870] People [Gee]-People [Lynch]
14 5 22 [1870] People [McAllister]-People [Olsen]
14 5 23 [1870] People [Ottinger]-People [Sheriff of Weber County]
14 5 24 [1870] People [Snow]-People [Sprouse]
14 5 25 [1870] People [Utah Central R.R.]-Quayle
14 5 26 [1870] Ranshoff-Reggel
14 5 27 [1870] Rich, Frederick, vs. J.F. Woodman (cont.)
14 5 28 [1870] Rich, Frederick, vs. J.F. Woodman (cont.)
14 5 29 [1870] Reiss-Spicer
15 5 30 [1870] Sullivan-Wilson & Morton
15 5 31 [1870] Wood-Young
15 5 32 [1871] Court business-Appleby
15 5 33 [1871] Arnold & Co.-Banting
15 5 34 [1871] Barron-Baskin & DeWolfe
15 5 35 [1871] Bates, Cyrus, vs. George Clark
15 5 36 [1871] Bates, Cyrus [Thompson]-Began
15 5 37 [1871] Bennett-Bonkofsky
15 5 38 [1871] Broadhead-Camron
15 5 39 [1871] Cederstrom, Olof O., vs. Frederick A. Mitchell (cont.)
15 5 40 [1871] Cederstrom, Olof O., vs. Frederick A. Mitchell (cont.)
15 5 41 [1871] Cohn-Cordella
15 5 42 [1871] Cordon-Cummings
15 5 43 [1871] Dennis-Donnell
15 6 1 [1871] Edwards-Firman
15 6 2 [1871] First National Bank-Goldberg
15 6 3 [1871] Hardie-Hendricks
15 6 4 [1871] Hill-Holcomb
15 6 5 [1871] House-Iler & Co.
15 6 6 [1871] Johnson-Kimball & Lawrence [Pace]
16 6 7 [1871] Kimball & Lawrence [Randall]-Mallett
16 6 8 [1871] McNamara-Morrow
16 6 9 [1871] Nowell, Mary, vs. Oliver Nowell (cont.)
16 6 10 [1871] Nowell, Mary, vs. Oliver Nowell (cont.)
16 6 11 [1871] Nowell, Mary, vs. Oliver Nowell (cont.)
16 6 12 [1871] Oney-People [Bird]
16 6 13 [1871] People [Bircumshaw]-People [Gorringe]
16 6 14 [1871] People [Graham]-People [Hampton]
16 6 15 [1871] People vs. Thomas Hawkins
16 6 16 [1871] People [Holman]-People [McConnell]
16 6 17 [1871] People [McGavin]-People [Sullivan, John]
16 6 18 [1871] People [Sullivan, Lewis]-Petersen
16 6 19 [1871] Popper-Rippenhaus
16 6 20 [1871] Riter-Simons
16 6 21 [1871] Smith-Stafford
16 6 22 [1871] Susquehanna Mining Co.-Tanner
16 6 23 [1871] Tappan-Tibbits
17 6 24 [1871] Tiernan-Tomlins
17 6 25 [1871] Tucker-Walker
17 6 26 [1871] Wells Fargo-Woods
17 6 27 [1871] Young, Joseph [Sanders]-Young, William [Dramer]
17 6 27 [1872] Court Business-Atwood
17 6 28 [1872] Bergman-Code & Co.
17 6 29 [1872] Cohn-Field
17 6 30 [1872] Foot, Rice & Co.-Lyon
17 6 31 [1872] Marshall-Parker, Watson & Co.
17 6 32 [1872] People [Barnard]-People [Harrington]
17 6 33 [1872] People [Kelly]-People [Yeomans]
17 6 34 [1872] Powell-Salt Lake City
17 6 35 [1872] Simons-Smith
17 6 36 [1872] Stanton-Woods
17 6 37 [1873] Brown-People [Bean]
17 6 38 [1873] People [Conway]-People [Wright]
17 6 39 [1873] Turbett-Williams
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18 7 5-16 [case 5 correction at end of reel] [1870]
18 7 17-32 (cont.) [1871]
19 7 32 (cont.)-34, 62, 101-114 [1871]
20 7 114-136 [1871]
21 7 137-147 [1871]
22 8 147-190 [1871; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 178]
23 8 192-246 [1871]
24 8 247-281 [1871]
24 9 281 [1871]
25 9 282-322 [1871]
26 9 323-368 [1872]
27 9 368-393 [1872]
28 10 394-439 [1872]
29 10 440-479 [1872; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 468]
30 10 480-496 [1872]
31 11 497-509 [1872; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 508]
32 11 510-522 [1872]
33 11 523-553 [1872]
34 11 554-572 [1872]
35 12 573-599 [1872]
36 12 600-631 [1872]
37 12 632-637 [1872]
37 12 638-663 [1873]
38 13 664-683 [1873; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 730, 775]
39 13 684-729 [1873]
40 13 730-771 [1873; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 730]
41 13 772-779 [1873; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 775]
42 14 780-814 [1873]
43 14 815-851 [1873; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 823, 831, 832, 838]
44 14 852-892 [1873]
45 15 893-923 [1873]
46 15 924-966 [1873]
47 15 967-994 [1873]
47 16 995-997 [1873]
48 16 998-1030 [1873]
49 16 1031-1065 [1873; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 1033]
50 16 1066-1094 [1873; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 1069, 1075]
51 17 1095-1113 [1873]
52 17 1114-1135 [1873]
53 17 1136-1155 [1873]
53 17 Unnumbered cases, 1156 [1874]
54 17 1157-1172 [1874]
55 18 1173-1198 [1874; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 1191]
56 18 1199-1246 [1874]
57 18 1247-1286 [1874]
58 18 1287-1321 [1874; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 1290, 1308, 1317]
59 19 1322-1360 [1874]
60 19 1361-1392 [1874]
61 19 1393-1414 [1874; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 1403]
62 19 1415-1426 [1874; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 1421]
63 20 1427-1452 [1874]
64 20 1453-1472 [1874; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 1454]
65 20 1473-1494 [1874]
66 20 1495-1524 [1874]
66 21 1525-1526 [1874]
67 21 1527-1538 [1874]
68 21 1539-1559 [1874; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 1555]
69 21 1560-1580 [1874]
70 21 1580-1606 [1874]
71 21 1607-1612 [1874]
71 22 1614-1642 [1874]
72 22 1643-1666 [1874]
73 22 1667-1698 [1874]
74 22 1699-1720+ [1874]
74 23 1721-1722 [1874]
75 23 1723-1747 [1874]
76 23 1748-1753 [1874]
76 23 Unnumbered cases, 1754-1772 [1875; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 1756]
77 23 1773-1778 [1875; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 1776]
78 23 1779-1792 [1875; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 1785, 1786+]
79 23 1794-1797+ [1875]
79 24 1798-1806 [1875]
80 24 1807-1836 (cont.) [1875; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 1823]
81 24 1836 (cont.)-1853 [1875]
82 24 1854-1869 [1875]
83 24 1870-1895 [1875]
84 24 1896-1901 [1875]
84 25 1902-1920 [1875; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 1907]
85 25 1921-1945 [1875; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 1924]
86 25 1946-1968 [1875; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 1961]
87 25 1969-1986 [1875]
88 26 1987-2009 [1875]
89 26 2010-2042 [1875]
90 26 2043-2072 [1875; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 2043]
91 26 2073-2089 [1875]
91 27 2090-2095 [1875; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 2091]
92 27 2096-2119 [1875]
93 27 2120-2145 [1875]
94 27 2146-2179 [1875; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 2174, 2178, 2179]
95 27 2180-2204 (cont.) [1875; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 2181]
95 28 2204 (cont.)-2205 [1875; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 2205]
96 28 2206-2237 [1875; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 2235, 2236, 2237]
96 28 2238-2246 [1876; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 2239, 2243,2244]
97 28 2247-2274 [1876; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 2248, 2250]
98 28 2275-2299 [1876]
99 28 2300-2321 [1876]
99 29 2322-2332 [1876]
100 29 2333-2368 [1876; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 2355, 2356, 2357]
101 29 2369-2406 [1876]
102 29 2407-2440 [1876]
103 30 2440-2463 [1876]
104 30 2464-2479 [1876; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 2472]
105 30 2480-2513 [1876; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 2502, 2503, 2504, 2505, 2506]
106 31 2514-2542 [1876]
107 31 2543-2550 [1876]
108 31 2551-2580+ [1876]
109 31 2581-2612 [1876; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 2584, 2585]
110 32 2613-2619 [1876]
111 32 2620-2645 (cont.) [1876; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 2621]
112 32 2645 (cont.)-2656 (cont.) [1876]
113 32 2656 (cont.)-2680 [1876; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 2679]
114 33 2681-2698+ (cont.) [1876]
115 33 2698+ (cont.)-2726 [1876]
116 33 2727-2738 (cont.) [1876]
117 33 2738 (cont.)-2763 [1876]
118 33 2764-2744 [1876]
118 34 2745-2792 [1876]
119 34 2793-2820 (cont.) [1876; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 2798, 2802, 2811]
120 34 2820 (cont.)-2826+ [1876]
120 35 2827-2847 (cont.) [1876]
121 35 2847 (cont.)-2850+ [1876]
121 35 2851-2872 [1877]
122 35 2873-2897 [1877]
123 35 2898-2905 [1877]
123 36 2906-2924 [1877]
124 36 2924-2951+ [1877]
125 36 2952-2977 (cont.) [1877]
126 36 2977 (cont.)-2980+ [1877]
126 37 2981-3004 (cont.) [1877; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 2981,2988]
127 37 3004 (cont.)-3026 [1877]
128 37 3027-3054 (cont.) [1877; oversize document(s) removed from file nos. 3031, 3035 3049]
129 37 3054 (cont.)-3062 [1877]
129 38 3063-3072 [1877]
130 38 3073-3095 [1877]
131 38 3097-3147 [1877]
132 38 3148-3172 [1877]
132 39 3173-3184+ [1877]
133 39 3185-3223 [1877]
134 39 3224-3252 [1877]
135 39 3253-3270 [1877]
135 40 3271-3280 [1877]
136 40 3281-3243 [1877]
136 41 3244-3297 [1877]
137 41 3299-3329 [1877]
138 41 3330-3342 [1877]
139 41 3343-3350 [1877]
140 41 3351-3362 [1877]
141 41 3363-3380 [1877]
142 42 3381-3393 [1877]
142 42 3394-3411 [1878]
143 42 3412-3434 [1878]
144 42 3435-3456 [1878; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 3441, 3447]
145 43 3457-3469 [1878]
146 43 3470-3497 [1878]
147 43 3498-3517 [1878]
148 43 3518-3530 [1878; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 3518, 3519, 3525, 3526, 3527, 3528]
149 43 3531-3536 [1878]
149 44 3537-3577 [1878; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 3575, 3576]
150 44 3578-3602 [1878; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 3589]
151 44 3603-3626 [1878; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 3618]
152 44 3627-3646 [1878]
152 45 3647-3656 [1878; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 3650]
153 45 3657-3683 [1878]
154 45 3684-3712 [1878]
155 45 3714-3723 [1878]
155 46 3724-3734 [1878]
156 46 3735-3764 [1878; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 3757, 3758]
157 46 3765-3791 [1878]
158 46 3792-3803 [1878]
158 47 3804-3836 [1878; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 3835, 3836]
159 47 3837-3876 [1878]
160 47 3877-3936 [1878]
161 47 3937-3941 [1878]
161 48 3942 [1878]
161 48 3943-3969 [1879]
162 48 3970-4008 [1879; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 3984]
163 48 4009-4033 [1879]
163 49 4034-4043 [1879]
164 49 4044-4068 [1879]
165 49 4069-4101 [1879]
166 49 4102-4103 [1879]
166 50 4104-4119 [1879]
167 50 4120-4147 [1879]
168 50 4148-4176 [1879]
169 50 4177-4180 [1879]
169 51 4181-4215 [1879]
170 51 4216-4243 [1879]
171 51 4244-4267 [1879]
172 52 4268-4293 [1879; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 4290]
173 52 4294-4319 [1879]
173 52 4320-4322 [1880]
174 52 4323-4352 [1880]
175 53 4353-4392 [1880]
176 53 4393-4414 [1880]
177 53 4415-4448 [1880]
178 53 4449-4462 [1880]
179 54 4463-4482 [1880]
180 54 4483-4491 [1880]
181 54 4492-4512 [1880]
182 55 4513-4536 [1880]
183 55 4537-4548 [1880; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 4537]
184 55 4549-4578 [1880]
185 55 4579-4593 [1880]
185 56 4594-4605 [1880; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 4602]
186 56 4605-4660 [1880; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 4606]
187 56 4661-4662 [1880]
187 56 4663-4689 [1881]
188 56 4690-4699 [1881]
188 57 4700-4724 [1881]
189 57 4725-4745 [1881]
190 57 4746-4789 (cont.) [1881; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 4789]
191 57 4789 (cont.)-4793 [1881; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 4789]
191 58 4794-4819 [1881; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 4802, 4817]
192 58 4820-4859 [1881]
193 58 4860-4883 [1881]
194 59 4884-4915 [1881]
195 59 4916-4959 [1881]
196 59 4960-4986 [1881; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 4971]
196 60 4987-4991 [1881]
197 60 4992-5032 [1881; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 5028, 5028+, 5032]
198 60 5033-5045 [1881; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 5033]
198 60 5045-5060 [1882]
199 60 5061-5084 [1882]
199 61 5085-5092 [1882]
200 61 5093-5119 [1882]
201 61 5120-5145 [1882]
202 61 5146-5162 [1882]
202 62 5163-5170 [1882]
203 62 5171-5199 [1882; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 5176, 5177, 5178]
204 62 5200-5220 [1882]
205 62 5221-5234 [1882]
205 63 5235-5248 [1882]
206 63 5249-5286 [1882]
207 63 5287-5327 [1882]
208 63 5328-5329 [1882]
208 64 5330-5363 [1882]
209 64 5364-5384 [1883; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 5374]
210 64 5385-5405 [1883]
210 65 5406-5418 [1883]
211 65 5419-5451 [1883; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 5432]
212 65 5452-5482 [1883]
213 65 5483-5493 [1883]
213 66 5494-5518 [1883]
214 66 5519-5543 [1883; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 5522]
215 66 5544-5570 [1883]
215 67 5571-5575 [1883]
216 67 5576-5594 [1883]
217 67 5595-5623 [1883]
218 67 5624-5635 [1883]
218 68 5636-5662 [1883]
219 68 5663-5688 [1883]
220 68 5689-5727 [1883]
221 68 5728-5732 [1883]
221 69 5733-5749 [1883]
222 69 5750-5770 [1883]
223 69 5771-5775 [1883]
223 69 Unnumbered cases, 5775-5797 (cont.) [1884]
224 70 5797 (cont.)-5818 [1884]
225 70 5819-5859 [1884]
226 70 5860-5869 [1884]
226 71 5869-5878 [1884; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 5876]
227 71 5879-5899 [1884]
228 71 5900-5940 [1884]
229 71 5941-5950 [1884]
230 72 5951-5979 [1884]
231 72 5980-6018 [1884]
232 72 6019-6029 [1884]
232 73 6030-6039 [1884]
233 73 6040-6070 [1884]
234 73 6071-6104 [1884]
235 73 6105-6121 [1884]
235 74 6122-6125 [1884]
235 74 6125-6135 [1885; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 6132, 6133, 6134]
236 74 6136-6161 [1885]
237 74 6162-6192 [1885]
238 74 6193-6196 [1885]
238 75 6197-6224 [1885]
239 75 6225-6274 [1885]
240 75 6275-6304(cont) [1885]
241 75 6 304(cont)-6305 [1885]
241 76 6306-6332 [1885]
242 76 6333-6361 [1885]
243 76 6362-6376 [1885]
244 76 6377 [1885]
244 77 6378-6384 (cont.) [1885; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 6384]
245 77 6384 (cont.)-6394 [1885]
246 77 6395-6427 [1885]
247 77 6428-6435 (cont.) [1885]
247 78 6435 (cont.) [1885]
247 78 6436-6446 [1886]
248 78 6447-6475 [1886]
249 78 6476-6506 [1886]
250 78 6507-6525 [1886]
250 79 6526-6536 [1886]
251 79 6537-6573 [1886]
252 79 6574-6610 [1886]
253 79 6611-6634 (cont.) [1886]
253 80 6634 (cont.)-6651 [1886]
254 80 6652-6699 [1886]
255 80 6700-6737 [1886]
256 80 6738-6745 [1886]
256 81 6746-6760 [1886]
257 81 6761-6784 [1886]
257 81 6785 [1887]
258 81 6786-6802 [1887]
259 82 6803-6836 [1887]
260 82 6837-6880 [1887]
261 82 6881-6898 [1887]
261 83 6899-6911 [1887; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 6911]
262 83 6912-6949 [1887]
263 83 6950-6986 [1887]
264 83 6987-7006 [1887]
265 84 7007-7044 [1887]
266 84 7045-7075 (cont.) [1887]
267 84 7075 (cont.)-7087 [1887]
267 85 7088-7097 (cont.) [1887; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 7088]
268 85 7097 (cont.)-7126 (cont.) [1887]
269 85 7126 (cont.)-7140 [1887; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 7138]
269 85 Unnumbered cases, 7141-7156 [1888]
269 86 7157-7170 [1888]
270 86 7171-7192 [1888]
271 86 7193-7237 (cont.) [1888]
272 86 7237 (cont.)-7241 [1888]
272 87 7242-7263 [1888]
273 87 7264-7284 [1888; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 7265]
274 87 7285-7311 [1888]
275 87 7312 [1888]
275 88 7313-7344 [1888]
276 88 7345-7374 [1888]
277 88 7375-7386 [1888]
277 89 7387-7408 (cont.) [1888]
278 89 7408 (cont.)-7440 [1888]
279 89 7441-7481 [1888]
280 90 7482-7503 (cont.) [1888; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 7487]
281 90 7503 (cont.)-7528 (cont.) [1888]
282 90 7528 (cont.)-7557 [1888]
283 90 7558-7559 [1888]
283 91 7560-7589 [1888; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 7562]
283 91 7590-7594 [1889]
284 91 7595-7634 [1889]
285 91 7635-7662 [1889]
285 92 7663-7665 [1889]
286 92 7666-7697 [1889]
287 92 7698-7733 [1889]
288 92 7734-7759 [1889]
288 93 7760-7761 [1889]
289 93 7762-7786 [1889]
290 93 7787-7830 [1889]
291 93 7831-7841 [1889; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 7837, 7839]
291 94 7842-7858 [1889; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 7846]
292 94 7859-7892 [1889]
293 94 7893-7913 [1889]
293 95 7914-7923 [1889]
294 95 7924-7952 [1889]
295 95 7953-7972 [1889]
296 95 7973-7985 [1889]
296 96 7986-7996 [1889]
297 96 7997-8019 [1889]
298 96 8020-8059 [1889]
299 97 8060-8093 [1889]
300 97 8094-8133 [1889]
301 97 8134-8140 [1889; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 8138, 8139, 8140]
301 98 8141-8175 [1889]
302 98 8176-8207 [1889]
303 98 8208-8226 [1889]
303 98 Unnumbered cases, 8227-8231 [1890]
303 99 8232-8241 [1890]
304 99 8242-8248 [1890]
305 99 8249-8270 [1890]
305 100 8270-8272 [1890]
306 100 8273-8302] [1890; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 8277]
307 100 8303-8335 [1890; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 8321, 8332]
308 101 8336-8368 [1890]
309 101 8369-8404 [1890]
310 101 8405 [1890]
310 102 8406-8424 [1890]
311 102 8425-8457 [1890]
312 102 8458-8465 [1890]
312 103 8466-8484 [1890]
313 103 8485-8521 [1890]
314 103 8522-8535 [1890]
314 104 8536-8560 [1890]
315 104 8561-8597 [1890; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 8566]
316 104 8598-8606 [1890]
316 105 8607-8630 [1890]
317 105 8631-8665 [1890]
318 105 8666-8675 [1890]
318 106 8676-8698 [1890; oversize document(s) removed from case file nos. 8681, 8686]
319 106 8699-8730 [1890]
320 106 8731-8750 [1890]
320 107 8751-8757 (cont.) [1890; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 8757]
321 107 8757 (cont.)-8783 [1890]
322 107 8784-8786 (cont.) [1890]
322 108 8786 (cont.)-8806 [1890]
323 108 8807-8834 [1890; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 8817]
324 108 8835-8839 [1890]
324 109 8840-8868 [1890]
325 109 8869-8891 [1890]
326 109 8892-8896 [1890]
326 110 8897-8913 [1890]
327 110 8914-8945 [1890]
328 110 8946-8964 [1890]
329 111 8965-8987 [1890]
329 111 Unnumbered cases, 8988-8989 [1891]
330 111 8990-9013 [1891]
331 111 9014-9019 [1891]
331 112 9020-9037 [1891]
332 112 9038-9065 [1891]
333 112 9066-9084 [1891]
333 113 9085-9097 [1891]
334 113 9098-9119 [1891]
335 113 9120-9150+ [1891]
336 114 9151-9173 (cont.) [1891; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 9152]
337 114 9173 (cont.)-9197 [1891; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 9174]
338 114 9198-9204 [1891]
338 115 9205-9215 [1891]
339 115 9216-9242 [1891]
340 115 9243-9266 [1891]
341 116 9267-9293 [1891]
342 116 9294-9319 (cont.) [1891]
343 116 9319 (cont.)-9322 [1891]
343 117 9323-9341 [1891]
344 117 9342-9365 [1891]
345 117 9366-9390 [1891]
345 118 9391-9397 [1891]
346 118 9399-9425 [1891]
347 118 9426-9449 [1891]
348 118 9450 [1891]
348 119 9451-9464 [1891]
349 119 9465-9488 [1891]
350 119 9489-9517 [1891]
351 119 9518 [1891]
351 120 9519-9536 [1891]
352 120 9537-9558 [1891]
353 120 9559-9578 [1891]
353 121 9579-9589 [1891]
354 121 9590-9622 [1891]
355 121 9623-9640 [1891]
355 122 9641-9650 [1891]
356 122 9651-9676 [1891]
357 122 9677-9697 [1891]
357 123 9698-9701 [1891]
358 123 9702-9730 [1891]
359 123 9731-9768 [1891]
360 124 9769-9795 [1891]
361 124 9796-9815 [1891]
362 124 9816-9817 [1891]
362 125 9818-9843 [1891]
363 125 9844-9875 [1891]
364 125 9876-9878 [1891]
365 126 9879-9912 [1891; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 9898]
366 126 9913-9938 [1891; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 9919]
367 126 9939-9942 [1891]
367 127 9943-9967 [1891]
368 127 9968-9998 [1891]
369 127 9999-10003 [1891]
369 128 10004-10026 [1891]
370 128 10027-10050 [1891]
371 128 10051-10053 [1891]
371 129 10054-10075 (cont.) [1891]
372 129 10075 (cont.)-10101 [1891]
373 129 10102-10106 [1891]
373 130 10107-10115 [1891]
373 130 Unnumbered cases, 10116-10126 [1892]
374 130 10127-10159 (cont.) [1892; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 10153]
375 130 10159 (cont.)-10165 [1892]
375 131 10166-10182 [1892]
376 131 10183-10210 [1892]
377 131 10211-10218 [1892]
377 132 10219-10230 [1892]
378 132 10231-10266 [1892]
379 132 10267-10276 [1892]
379 133 10277-10288 [1892]
380 133 10289-10298 [1892]
381 133 10299-10309 [1892]
381 134 10310-10321 [1892]
382 134 10322-10342 [1892]
383 134 10343-10382 [1892]
384 134 10383-10414 [1892]
385 134 10415-10424 [1892]
386 136 10425-10451 (cont.) [1892]
387 136 10451 (cont.)-10478 (cont.) [1892]
388 136 10478 (cont.)-10482 [1892]
388 137 10483-10501 [1892]
389 137 10502-10520 [1892]
390 137 10521-10534 [1892]
390 138 10535-10554 [1892]
391 138 10555-10585 [1892]
392 138 10586-10590 [1892]
392 139 10591-10603 [1892]
393 139 10604-10634 [1892]
394 139 10635-10646 [1892]
394 140 10647-10667 [1892]
395 140 10668-10692 [1892]
395 141 10693 [1892]
396 141 10694-10724 [1892]
397 141 10725-10743 [1892]
397 142 10744-10753 (cont.) [1892]
398 142 10753 (cont.)-10784 [1892]
399 142 10785-10787 [1892]
399 143 10788-10810 [1892]
400 143 10811-10837 [1892; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 10822]
400 144 10838-10842 [1892]
401 144 10843-10865 [1892]
402 144 10866-10888 [1892]
402 145 10889-10901 (cont.) [1892]
403 145 10901 (cont.)-10911 [1892]
404 145 10912-10937 [1892]
405 146 10938-10981 [1892]
406 146 10982-11002 [1892]
406 147 11004-11014 [1892]
407 147 11015-11047 [1892]
408 147 11048-11063 [1892]
408 148 11064-11073 [1892]
409 148 11074-11110 (cont.) [1892]
410 148 11110 (cont.)-11122 [1892]
410 149 11123-11136 [1892]
411 149 11137-11144 [1892]
412 149 11145-11156 [1892]
412 150 11157-11175 [1892]
413 150 11176-11184 [1892]
414 150 11185-11196 [1892]
414 151 11197-11208 [1892]
415 151 11209-11249 (cont.) [1892]
416 151 11249 (cont.)-11251 [1892]
416 152 11252-11273 [1892]
417 152 11274-11299 [1892]
418 152 11300-11303 [1892]
418 153 11304-11335 [1892]
419 153 11336-11355 [1892]
420 154 11357-11371 [1892]
420 154 Unnumbered cases, 11372-11395 [1893]
421 154 11396-11425 [1893]
421 155 11426-11433 [1893]
422 155 11434-11468 [1893]
423 155 11469-11486 [1893]
423 156 11487-11509 [1893]
424 156 11510-11538 [1893]
425 157 11539-11565 [1893]
426 157 11566-11586 [1893]
426 158 11587-11593 [1893]
427 158 11594-11633 [1893; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 11595]
428 158 11634-11641 [1893; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 11641]
428 159 11642-11666 [1893]
429 159 11667-11701 (cont.) [1893]
430 159 11701 (cont.)-11702 [1893]
430 160 11703-11726 [1893]
431 160 11727-11749 [1893]
431 161 11750-11760 [1893]
432 161 11761-11792 [1893]
433 161 11793-11807 [1893]
433 162 11808-11834 [1893; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 11811]
434 162 11835-11865
434 163 11866-11869 (cont.) [1893; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 11869]
435 163 11869 (cont.)-11903 [1893; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 11869]
436 163 11904-11922 [1893]
436 164 11923-11937 [1893]
437 164 11938-11972 [1893]
438 165 11973-11991 [1893]
439 165 11992-12008 [1893; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 12001]
440 166 12009-12033 [1893]
441 166 12034-12052 [1893]
442 166 12053-12056 [1893]
442 167 12057-12074 [1893]
443 167 12075-12108 [1893]
444 167 12109-12113 [1893]
444 168 12114-12135 [1893]
445 168 12136-12166 [1893]
446 168 12167 [1893]
446 169 12168-12191 [1893]
447 169 [12192-12211] [1893; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 12211]
447 170 12212-12217 [1893]
448 170 12218-12239 [1893; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 12231]
449 170 12240-12254 [1893]
449 171 12255-12264 (cont.) [1893]
450 171 12264 (cont.)-12300 [1893]
451 171 12301-12313 [1893]
451 172 12314-12317 (cont.) [1893]
452 172 12317 (cont.)-12344 [1893]
453 172 12345-12355 [1893]
453 173 12356-12381 [1893]
454 173 12381-12407 [1893]
455 173 12408-12410 [1893]
455 174 12411-12438 [1893]
456 174 12439-12458 (cont.) [1893]
457 174 12458 (cont.)-12459 [1893]
457 175 12460-12491 [1893]
458 175 12492-12514 [1893]
459 176 12515-12546 [1893]
460 176 12547-12563 [1893]
460 177 12564-12566 [1893]
461 177 12567-12603 [1893]
462 177 12604-12620 [1893]
462 178 12621-12638 [1893]
463 178 12639-12668 [1893]
464 178 12669-12683 [1893]
464 179 12684-12704 [1893]
465 179 12705-12738 [1893]
466 179 12739-12749 [1893]
466 180 12750-12772 [1893]
466 180 Unnumbered cases [1894]
467 180 12773-12804 [1894]
468 181 12805-12835 [1894]
469 181 12836-12858 [1894]
469 182 12859-12865 [1894]
470 182 12866-12906 [1894]
471 182 12907-12920 [1894]
471 183 12921-12929 [1894]
472 183 12930-12961 [1894]
473 183 12962-12968 [1894]
473 184 12969-13001 [1894]
474 184 13002-13026 [1894]
475 184 13027 1894
475 185 13028-13055 [1894]
476 185 13056-13080 [1894]
477 186 13081-13108 [1894]
478 186 13108-13134 [1894]
478 187 13135-13144 (cont.) [1894]
479 187 13144 (cont.)-13183 (cont.) [1894]
480 187 13183 (cont.)-13190 [1894]
480 188 13191-13212 (cont.) [1894]
481 188 13212 (cont.)-13233 [1894]
481 189 13234-13238 [1894]
482 189 13239-13270 [1894]
483 189 13271-13279 [1894]
483 190 13280-13286 [1894]
484 190 13287-13322 [1894]
485 190 13323-13331 [1894]
485 191 13332-13362 [1894]
486 191 13363-13387 [1894]
486 192 13388-13399 [1894]
487 192 13400-13442 [1894]
488 192 13443-13445 [1894]
488 193 13446-13463 [1894]
489 193 13464-13484 [1894]
489 194 13485-13495 (cont.) [1894]
490 194 13495 (cont.)-13531 [1894; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 13518]
491 194 13532-13533 [1894]
491 195 13534-13564 [1894]
492 195 13565-13583 [1894]
493 196 13584-13606 (cont.) [1894]
494 196 13606 (cont.)-13624 [1894]
494 197 13625-13627 [1894]
495 197 13628-13666 [1894]
496 197 13667-13690 [1894]
496 198 13691-13695 [1894]
497 198 13696-13721 [1894]
498 198 13722-13738 [1894]
498 199 13739-13749 (cont.) [1894]
499 199 13749 (cont.)-13777 [1894]
500 199 13778-13798 [1894]
500 200 13799-13809 [1894]
501 200 13810-13836 [1894]
502 200 13837-13854 [1894]
503 201 13855-13889 [1894]
504 201 13890-13906 [1894]
504 202 13907-13910 [1894]
505 203 Unnumbered cases, 14506-14535 [1895; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 14507]
506 203 14536-14568 [1895]
507 203 14569 [1895]
507 204 14570-14603 [1895]
508 204 14604-14626 [1895]
509 204 14627-14633 [1895]
509 205 14634-14666 [1895]
510 205 14667-14695 [1895]
511 205 14696-14697 [1895]
511 206 14698-14725 (cont.) [1895]
512 206 14725 (cont.)-14759 [1895]
513 207 14760-14779 [1895]
514 207 14780-14804 [1895]
515 207 14805-14809 [1895]
515 208 14810-14834 [1895; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 14817]
516 208 14835-14873 [1895]
517 208 14874 [1895]
517 209 14875-14900 [1895]
518 209 14901-14922 [1895]
519 210 14923-14951 [1895; oversize document(s) removed from case file no. 14946]
520 210 14952-14969 [1895]
520 211 14970-14978 [1895]
521 211 14979-15002 [1895]
522 211 15003-15025 [1895]
522 212 15026-15034 [1895]
523 212 15035-15049 [1895]
524 212 15050-15057 [1895]
524 213 15058-15080 [1895]
525 213 15081-15097 [1895]
526 213 15098] [1895]
526 214 15099-15126 [1895]
527 214 15128 [1896]
527 214 15129-15135 [1896]
REEL MAP-CASE FOLDER DESCRIPTION
528 13 1 Unidentified [Two diagrams showing ground in conflict between the City Rock and King of the West mining claims, Little Cottonwood Mining District, Salt Lake County, Utah Territory]
528 13 1 Unnumbered [1870]
528 13 1 178 [1871]
528 13 1 468, 508 [1872]
528 13 1 730, 775 [1873]
528 13 2 823, 831, 832, 838, 1033 [1873]
528 13 3 1069, 1075 [1873]
528 13 3 1191, 1290, 1308 [1873]
528 13 4 1317, 1403, 1421, 1454, 1555 [1873]
528 13 5 1756, 1776, 1785, 1786+, 1823 [1875]
528 13 6 1907, 1924, 1961, 2043, 2091 [1875]
528 13 7 2174, 2178, 2179, 2181, 2205 [1875]
528 13 8 2235, 2236, 2237 [1875]
528 13 8 2239, 2243 [1876]
528 13 9 2244, 2248, 2250, [1876]
528 13 10 2355,2356, 2357, 2472, 2502 (cont.) [1876]
528 13 11 2502 (cont.), 2503, 2504, 2505, 2506 [1876]
528 13 12 2584, 2585, 2621, 2679, 2798 [1876]
528 13 13 2802 [1876]
528 13 13 2811, 2981, 2988, 3031 [1877]
528 13 14 3035, 3049 [1877]
528 13 14 3441, 3447, 3518 [1878]
528 13 15 3519, 3525, 3526, 3527, 3528 [1878]
528 14 16 3575, 3576, 3589, 3618, 3650 [1878]
528 14 17 3757, 3758, 3835,3836 [1878]
528 14 17 3984 [1879]
528 14 18 4290 [1879]
528 14 18 4537, 4602, 4606 [1880]
528 14 18 4789 [1881]
528 14 19 4802, 4817, 4971, 5028, 5028+ [1881]
528 14 20 5032, 5033 [1881]
528 14 20 5176, 5177, 5178 [1882]
528 14 21 5374, 5432, 5522, 5629 [1883]
528 14 21 5876 [1884]
528 14 22 6132, 6133, 6134, 6384 [1885]
528 14 23 6911, 7088, 7138 [1887]
528 14 23 7265, 7487 [1888]
528 14 24 7562 [1888]
528 14 24 7837, 7839, 7846, 8138 [1889]
528 14 25 8139, 8140 [1889]
528 14 25 8277, 8321, 8332 [1890]
528 14 26 8374, 8566, 8681, 8686, 8757 [1890]
528 14 27 8817 [1890]
528 14 27 9152, 9174, 9898, 9919 [1891]
528 14 28 10153, 10822 [1892]
528 14 28 11595, 11641, 11811 (cont.) [1893]
528 14 29 11811 (cont.), 11869, 12001, 12211, 12231 [1893]
528 14 30 13518 [1894]
528 14 30 14507, 14817, 14946 [1895]