1st Utah Territorial Legislature

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The 1st Utah Territorial Legislature was convened on September 22, 1851, and ended on March 6, 1852.[1]

Sessions[edit]

  • General Session: September 22, 1851 - February 18, 1852
  • Special Session: February 19, 1852 - March 6, 1852

Members[edit]

Name County Office Elected/Resigned
Territorial Council:
Ezra T. Benson Salt Lake Resigned September 24, 1851
Charles R. Dana Weber
Lorin Farr Weber
John S. Fullmer Davis
Jedediah M. Grant Salt Lake Resigned September 23, 1851
Edward Hunter Salt Lake Elected November 15, 1851
Aaron Johnson Utah
Heber C. Kimball Salt Lake
Isaac Morley San Pete
Willard Richards Salt Lake President
George A. Smith Iron County
Orson Spencer Salt Lake
Daniel H. Wells Salt Lake
Alexander Williams Utah
Territorial House of Representatives:
George W. Brimhall Iron Elected November 15, 1851
James Brown Weber
John Brown Salt Lake Elected November 15, 1851
James G. Browning Weber
Gideon Brownwell Davis
David B. Dille Weber
David Evans Utah
Nathaniel H. Felt Salt Lake
David Fullmer Salt Lake
Elisha B. Groves Iron
Levi W. Hancock Utah
Benjamin F. Johnson Salt Lake
Andrew L. Lamereaux Davis
William Miller Utah
William W. Phelps Salt Lake Speaker
Phinehas Richards Salt Lake
Albert P. Rockwood Salt Lake
John Rowbery Tooele
Henry G. Sherwood Salt Lake
Charles Shumway San Pete
Willard Snow Salt Lake Resigned September 24, 1851
Daniel Spencer Salt Lake
John Stoker Davis
Hosea Stout Salt Lake
Wilford Woodruff Salt Lake
Edwin D. Woolley Salt Lake
Joseph Young Salt Lake

References[edit]

  1. ^ The United States Congress passed an Act to Establish the Territory of Utah on September 9, 1850. The first Legislature of the Utah Territory convened on September 22, 1851