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

VENICE

Venice (Sevier) is an outgrowth of Glenwood, located east of Richfield. In 1875, Francis G. Wall built a cabin on the banks of the Sevier River; the early settlement was named Wallsville. When the post office was established around 1894 the name was changed to honor Venice, Italy.

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