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Leamington is a town in Millard County, Utah, United States. The population was 217 at the 2000 census.
In 1871 settlers of Oak City, Utah built a dam at what is now Leamington. The town itself was settled in 1873 by Thomas Morgan. He was the first branch president when the Leamington Branch of the LDS Church was organized in 1876. In 1880 a log meetinghouse was built and by this time the town had an LDS Ward with Mary Goble Pay as president of the Primary Organization. Bengt Textorius was hired to bring a spur of the railroad down from SLC through Leamington past Lynndyl Junction. He acquired land donated some for the old church and school. His wife Josephine talked her sister Anna and her son Abe, to come over from Sweden. She brought with her Bertha Rorstrum. Hans Olaus Sorenson married both of these gals and started rearing families. He followed Bengt down to Leamington in 1883. Hans purchased a farm south east of town. He helped build the canal up on the ridge which helped water the valley. Rodney Ashby was bishop for many years and Bengt was one of his counselors. Hans had four surviving children with Bertha: Hyrum, Louisa Marie, Alice, & Heber and Anna had: Hilma, Joseph, & Annie Bertina. Hans found that sugar cane grew better than wheat so he produced molasses. He also got a cream separator and worked with the neighbors to take the cream and make butter. He took trips to the mining town Eureka up north to sell, butter, eggs, meat, and flour goods, plus fruit and vegetables in season. Life was not easy. He made a doby mill for bricks to make small homes. They would go up into the canyons to gather firewood for home and for the cone kilns to make charcoal for the trains. In winter they would heat bricks on the pot belly stove and wrap burlap around for their beds. In winter, they would cut blocks of ice from the Sevier River and place them in small caves covered with straw to serve as refrigerators. In 1930 Leamington and its immediate vicinity had a population of 356. People should visit on Leaminardo Day which is held each Labor Day. There is a gathering entertainment inside or outside the Old Church off the main highway. At noon is a nice inexpensive barbeque with lots of socializing. After which one can go to the basement of the Old Church to the museum and brouse. Later there is also a rodeo. Some may wish to visit the cemetery out south east of the town area on a small plateau, just ask for directions.
As of the census of 2000, there were 217 people, 64 households, and 51 families residing in the town. The population density was 138.1 people per square mile (53.4/km²). There were 75 housing units at an average density of 47.7 per square mile (18.4/km²). The racial makeup of the town was 98.62% White, 0.46% African American, 0.46% from other races, and 0.46% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1.38% of the population.more ...
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