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Spotlight on historic sites: Brigham Young Cemetery, Memorial

Published: Saturday, April 1, 2000

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Located at 140 E. First Ave., in Salt Lake City, within easy walking distance of Temple Square, is the small burial plot of Brigham Young and several members of his family. Also buried at the site is Eliza R. Snow. The Mormon Pioneer Memorial Monument, "All Is Well," created by Edward J. Fraughton, greets visitors at this plot. Also included at this location are monuments to Sister Snow, and William Clayton, who wrote the hymn, "Come, Come, Ye Saints."