History of Lynn, Utah
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LYNN

Lynn (Box Elder) is a small agricultural settlement at the north end of the Grouse Creek Mountains on the South Fork of Junction Creek. The name is a corruption of John Lind's name. In 1882 John and his half-brother Alexander Andelson emigrated from Sweden, lived for a short time in Grantsville, then settled in Lynn with their families.

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