Barclay

Mormons settled in Clover Valley during the late 1860s, farming and raising stock there. A post office was established in 1871, though until September 10, 1873 was incorrectly recognized as being in Washington County, Utah. By 1899, the community had been renamed Barclay and the post office followed suit. In 1904, when the San Pedro, Los Angeles, and Salt Lake Railroad (later Union Pacific) was constructed, a siding was established at Barclay. Though the post office has been closed since 1910, a handful of farmers remain at the small hamlet.

I Visited Barclay
8.31.2019

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