Utah Department of Administrative Services

Division of Archives & Records Service

Series 1593

Weber County (Utah). Probate Court Civil and criminal case files

Dates: 1852-1887.

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These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.

Historical Note

An agency history is available.

Scope and Content

In 1852, the Utah Territorial Legislature provided that the Probate Court should have jurisdiction not only in estate and guardianship matters, but original jurisdiction in civil, criminal, and chancery cases. The Probate Court could act as an appellant court to the Justice of the Peace Courts in the County, and decisions made in the Probate Court could be appealed to the District Court. This series includes those cases handled by the Probate Court which are not probate or estate cases. Civil cases include primarily divorce, debt, replevin, damages, contract and property disputes. Criminal cases include larceny, robbery, assault, burglary, disturbing the peace, and contempt of court charges, as well as others. Other case types include appeals and habeas corpus hearings. In 1874, the federal Poland Act revoked the jurisdiction of the Probate Court over all but divorce and probate cases. In 1887, the federal Edmunds-Tucker act revoked Probate Court jurisdiction in divorce cases, and with that Act, the creation of this series ended.

Generally, case files include a number of discrete documents. These documents may include an initiating petition, summons and subpoenas issued to the parties in the case and to witnesses and potential jury members, bonds, exhibits, statements of fees, and other documents created and filed with the Court during the process of the trial action. Criminal cases may also include grand jury indictments, jury verdicts, and orders of commitment to the penitentiary. Civil cases may include affidavits of publication of summons in those cases where the defendant was not served personally, as well as decrees detailing the disposition of the case. Appeals may include the transcript of the proceedings of the lower court.

This series also includes items that are not case files as such, but individual documents filed with the court. For example, transcripts of hearings in other courts may have been filed with the court and are represented in this series. Individual pieces of correspondence which are not related to a case file before the court may also be included as a separate file.

Divorces make up the largest portion of these case files. Prior to 1878, Utah Territory had one of the most liberal divorce laws in the United States and did not require residency in order to obtain a divorce within the territory. A simple statement that the married couple could not live in peace and union together was sufficient grounds for the granting of a divorce decree. As such, once the establishment of the railroad system provided regular access to the territory in 1869, the Probate Court handled many divorces for persons who could not meet the stricter laws regarding the granting of divorces in their home states. In 1878, the territorial Legislature changed the law to require residency, thereby decreasing significantly the number of divorces handled by the Probate Court.

Arrangement

Chronological by filing date through 1879, thereafter numerical by case number.

Case files are arranged chronologically based on the filing date of the initiating petition prior to 1879. Starting in 1879, case files are arranged numerically by case number, with case numbers being assigned roughly chronologically based on the filing date of the initiating petition. For civil cases filed prior to 1879, case dates are based on the clerk's or judge's filing date written on the complaint. If that is not available, the filing date of the initiating petition as recorded in the minutes is used. If neither of those dates is available, the date used is either the date the complaint was signed, or the date of the first surviving document filed with the court. For criminal cases, the date of the grand jury indictment is used if available. If not, the date of the initiating complaint is used or the date of the first surviving document filed with the Probate Court.

Research Note

For the most part, case files are not complete pictures of the case. In many instances, the disposition of the case was not kept as a distinct document and so cannot be found in these files. Cases involving the same individuals in close time frames may have documents relevant to both cases in only one file, that usually being the first one. These case files also include a number of transcripts related to criminal proceedings that postdate the end of the court's jurisdiction over criminal matters in 1874. Most of these transcripts were generated by Justice of the Peace Courts in Weber County and may have been filed with the Probate Court as a prelude to an appeal in the District Court, or possibly in relation to an execution of judgment to be carried out.

Related Records

Civil and criminal case registers of actions from Weber County (Utah). Probate Court, Series 83901, acts as records of the proceedings to most cases between the years of 1869 and 1887.

Custody History

At some point these files were transferred from the Probate Court to the District Court, most likely in 1896 when the estate function of the Probate Court was given to the District Court. Following this transfer the cases were divided into three series: civil, divorce, and criminal proceedings.

Access Restrictions

This series is classified as Public.

Preferred Citation

Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.

Processing Note

Archival processing of this series was completed by A. B. Schmuland in October 2001. The original order of the case files was reestablished at this time, documents were moved into appropriate case files, and an electronic index to case files was created during this procedure. The documents had been microfilmed prior to processing, and with the amount of reorganization of records necessitated by processing, the filming was deaccessioned. The series will be refilmed for ease of research use.

Finding Aids

Indexes: An index to the names of persons and/or corporate bodies who were parties to the actions in these files has been created, covering from 1852 thru 1887.

Indexing Terms

  • Divorce suits—Weber County (Utah).
  • Post-conviction remedies—Weber County (Utah).
  • Weber County (Utah)—Trials (Divorce).
  • Weber County (Utah)—Actions and defenses—Cases.
  • Weber County (Utah)—Criminal courts.
  • Weber County (Utah)—Habeas corpus.

Container List

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