*

Orderville Ward

congregation #12866
created 2019-01-21 by mpimport
official name: Orderville Ward   
assertion #3041364 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
is a(n): ward   
assertion #3041369 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
started: Jul 1875?   (source: Roseville SS)
assertion #3041352 by bplewe on 2021-01-26: confidence 50%.
started: 7 Aug 1877?   (source: Encyclopedic History)
assertion #3041355 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 50%.
description: Orderville was settled in Spring 1875 after a dispute that led to the division of Mt. Carmel, led by Howard O. Spencer, bishop of Long Valley.   
assertion #4007977 by bplewe on 2021-01-26: confidence 100%.
religion: LDS   
assertion #3041350 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
located at: Orderville, Utah   
assertion #3041351 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
location: 37°16'29"N, 112°38'16"W   (started: 1877-08-07, approximate size: 10000-100000 m, accurate within: 1000-10000 m)
assertion #3300616 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 60%.
membership/population: 437   (on: 1930)
assertion #3041371 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
has part: Moccasin Branch   (started: 1890, ended: between 1890 and 1926)
entity #35181, assertion #3035007 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
part of: Kanab Stake   (started: 18 Apr 1877)
entity #500119, assertion #3041367 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
part of: St. George Stake   (ended: 18 Apr 1877)
entity #500089, assertion #3041365 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
see also: Long Valley Ward?   
A separate organization for Orderville is never mentioned
entity #700333, assertion #4007978 by bplewe on 2021-01-26: confidence 50%.
created from: Mount Carmel Ward   
entity #2065495, assertion #3041370 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
divided into: Factory Branch   
entity #300196, assertion #3015680 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
has member: Orderville   
entity #481987, assertion #4007987 by bplewe on 2021-01-26: confidence 100%.
in group: stake congregations   
assertion #3041397 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
claimed with confidence (0 to 1): 0.73   
assertion #3041374 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
see also: CDOL   (: 12866)
entity #800107, assertion #3041393 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
see also: CDOL books   (source part: 1931:66)
entity #800108, assertion #3041386 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
see also: CDOL books   (source part: 1892:15)
entity #800108, assertion #3041384 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
see also: LUHF   (source part: 3571)
entity #800109, assertion #3041388 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
see also: FHL Record of Members   (catalog entry: www.familysearch.org, source part: -1941 Mem 026,318)
entity #800111, assertion #3041378 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
see also: Encyclopedic History   (image: archive.org, source part: 621)
entity #800001, assertion #3041375 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
see also: CHL Local Records   (catalog entry: catalog.ChurchofJesusChrist.org, source part: LR 6543)
entity #800110, assertion #3041390 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
see also: FHL Record of Members   (catalog entry: www.familysearch.org, source part: 1907-1948 E 026,318)
entity #800111, assertion #3041381 by mpimport on 2019-01-21: confidence 100%.
appears in: Deseret News   (image: newspapers.lib.utah.edu, source part: V.24 #37 (13 Oct 1875) p.579)
29 Sep 1875: report of new Orderville settlement (organized in July), led by Bishop Howard O. Spencer, who also presides over all of Long Valley
entity #800117, assertion #4007979 by bplewe on 2021-01-26: confidence 100%.
described by: Orderville History   
entity #700422, assertion #4009812 by bplewe on 2022-02-20: confidence 100%.
notes: Because Orderville was led by Howard O. Spencer, who was also bishop of all of Long Valley, it is likely that Orderville did not have a distinct organization, as Glendale and Mt. Carmel seem to have. In ward directories in Deseret News 1875-06-09, Glendale and Mt. Carmel are new; Long Valley is still there, but with Howard O. Spencer, the Bishop of Orderville, instead of James Leithead, the Bishop of Glendale   
assertion #3041373 by bplewe on 2021-01-26: confidence 100%.