History of Milan Packard, Utah
Taken from the Utah History Encyclopedia (Links Added)

Much credit is due Milan Packard for the prominent and valuable part he has played in the building of this community and state. He inspired the confidence and respect of all with whom he came in contact. He passed away at his home August 28, 1911, at the age of 80 surrounded by his family. He is buried in the Springville City Cemetery, which he helped survey with his father when they first arrived.

This is a short compilation and reconstruction of various biographies, notes and footnotes about my great grandfather Milan Packard, which was compiled and rewritten by Richard G. Packard, Mesa, Arizona.

Sources: Milan Packard Biography, by Ellen M. Child, Springville Public Library Manuscripts Div., Springville, Utah, 84663. 1. USpr 2. Biographies. 3. Packard, Milan. File 2 fd 157. ID: UTSW89-A3392. Heart Throbs of the West, by Hannah M. Mendenhall, taken from Our Pioneer Heritage, vol. 10, p. 164. Our Pioneer Heritage, vol. 7, p.104-106. Lamont Johnson, taken from, Our Pioneer Heritage, Vol. 8, p.472. Genealogy, family group sheets, by Bliss R. Packard.

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