History of Kenilworth, Utah
Taken from the Utah Place Names. (Links Added)

KENILWORTH

Kenilworth (Carbon) is a coal-mining town at the end of U-157, two and one-half miles east of Helper. The mine is no longer operating and the town is in decline. Some say the town was named for the country surrounding the Kenilworth Castle in Scotland. Others suggest the name is from the old word, "kenil" or "cannel," an old, country term for bituminous coal.

John W. Van Cott

See Deseret News Artcle on Kenilworth
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