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Built in 1857, the first home built outside the fort

William and Grace Wignall immigrated to Utah in 1856. After a few months of living in the Payson fort, Grace told William “if he didn’t build her a home by March she would take the children and go back to England.” Her adobe home at 389 N. 100 East, completed in 1857, is oldest surviving residence within the boundaries of the historic district.

389 North 100 East in Payson, Utah