Uinta County, Wyoming
Genealogy and History
Volunteers Dedicated to Free Genealogy
Our goal is to help you track your ancestors through time by transcribing
genealogical and historical data and placing it online for the free use of all researchers.
This County Site is Available for Adoption!
WANT TO HELP?
We're looking for folks who share our dedication to putting data online and are interested in helping this project
be successful. If you are interested in joining our group, view our Volunteer Page for further information and
Check your attics!
Dust off your family scrapbooks!
We're looking for DATA for this site!!!
If you are interested in adding your families' information this website, email us. We'll be happy to help your families'
obituaries, news items and other historical data find a home here at Wyoming Genealogy Trails, where it will remain
free for all to view.
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WE REGRET THAT WE ARE UNABLE TO DO PERSONAL RESEARCH FOR
ALL DATA IS ADDED TO THE SITE AS WE COME ACROSS IT, SO IF IT IS NOT HERE, WE DON'T HAVE ACCESS TO IT.
Largest city Evanston
Uinta County was created on December 1, 1869 by the legislature of the Wyoming Territory. Originally, it ran along
the entire western border of Wyoming, including Yellowstone National Park. The county was named for Utah's Uintah
Mountains, which are visible from many places in the county. The county was given its present boundaries in 1911
when Lincoln County was carved out of the northern part of Uinta County.
* Bear River * Lyman * Mountain View
* Carter * Fort Bridger * Lonetree * Robertson
We're looking to add the transcribed data from the vital records, biographies
from the county histories as well as the county history information itself, transcriptions of obituaries, burial
data from cemetery trompings and/or readings, the data from military pensions and other service records; enumerations
from census years, any newspaper gleanings for the family members including birth announcements, marriage announcements,
death notices/obits and anything in between - in short, the data you used to build your family tree (rather than
the tree itself since we don't have the space or manpower to accept gedcoms and trees)
us to Submit Your Data
Submit an Obituary with our automated form