This page collects information about people with surname Bent who were known or believed to have lived in Salt Lake County, Utah.

Notable Individuals

  1. Bent, Samuel (1778-1846) - Later appointed to Far West High Council, Nauvoo High Council, "President" of Garden Grove.

Notable Landmarks

  • This is the Place Heritage Park
  • Utah Pioneer Companies
  • Pioneer Childrens Monument - Monument at This is the Place Park to remember 650 children known to have died on the pioneer trail.
  • Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos Veterans Memorial - Monument located outside the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City.

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:Note, for the following tables, that there may be more than one county or district of this name and that some contributors may have entered a different (possibly shorter and/or ambiguous) name when this one was meant. Search for similar names to get a more complete result. Common abbreviations are "Co." and "Cty", but there may have been no word for "county" (or equivalent) included, or such a word may have been wrongly included.

Familypedia people with surname Bent in Salt Lake County, Utah

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Born in Salt Lake County, Utah

Baptised in Salt Lake County, Utah

Married in Salt Lake County, Utah

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Died in Salt Lake County, Utah

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Buried in Salt Lake County, Utah