Places

PRESERVING THE PAST FOR THE FUTURE

HOMES

William Allen Home

William Allen Home

William Allen was an active architect of Utah, from the 1870s when he acquired the property this house sits on until at least 1918. William Allen's architectural style was very distinctive. The small brick building in the back was his studio where he drew the plans and specifications for many of the best buildings in Davis County, including his own home.

William Henry Bone Home

William H. Bone Home

William & Ellen Bone’s first home had a roof made of boughs with sod over them and a dirt floor, but they stayed there just a short time. In 1865 William built a four-room brick home with one large attic room, at 161 North Main Street. He also built a small shop on the south-east corner of the property where he plied his trade as a shoemaker.

Grant Williams Home

Grant Williams Home

Located on the Mountain Road in Fruit Heights.

This is the childhood home of Grant Williams. Shown are two brothers and his parents, Frank & Effie Udy Williams.

Photo courtesy of Bill Sanders, found on FamilySearch.org

Hyrum Stewart Home

In 1898, prominent Kaysville businessman and civic leader, Hyrum Stewart, hired William Allen to design and build a family home. Construction started in the summer of 1898. The architectural style of the home is Colonial Renaissance, and the treatment of both exterior and interior is simple, dignified and elegant. Home is built of Ward Brick.

Samuel Ashton Cabin

Samuel Ashton Cabin

Pioneer home of Samuel Ashton and his wife Mary. It was located on the mountain road just one-half mile north of Bair Canyon, in Fruit Heights. Their house was the center of activities for friends and relatives. It was one large room with a rag carpet covering the floor. Between the door and the window was a wash bench holding a water bucket...

BUSINESSES

Sheffield Mercantile

Sheffield Mercantile

Heber J. Sheffield opened a mercantile and hardware store in the middle of the Old Town business block in 1892.

Co-op & Barnes Bank

Barnes Bank

Located at 1 North Main, Kaysville, Utah Barnes Bank's first building was built in 1870. The Co-op (co-operative) is on the left and the bank is the little white building on the right. This...

Clover Club Foods

Clover Club Foods

Was located at 200 North and Fairfield, Kaysville, Utah The Clover Club Foods Company was started in 1938, in the kitchen of Clover Sanders. It grew rapidly to become a large commercial...

OTHER PLACES

LeConte Stewart Gallery

Was located at 14 East Center Street, where the Kaysville City building is today.“A painting is just a painting unless you capture the spirit of what’s being painted – and then its real art,”...

Historic Rock Building

Historic Rock Building

Located on Main Street, Kaysville, Utah The historic rock building located mid block in downtown Kaysville is a central reference point for the history of public libraries, city halls, public...

Bamberger RR Station

Bamberger Railroad

Located at xx North 100 East, Kaysville, Utah The Bamberger Railroad was built and operated from 1892 to 1958. Service through Kaysville began in 1906. It was built by Simon Bamberger, a famous...

Davis High School

Davis High School

Davis County High School Site Selection by Bill Sanders In 1911, the school system in Davis County was consolidated into a single district with the Davis County Board of Education as its...