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Morgan Family Pioneer Heritage
Leamington Kilns

These Kilns are about two miles East of Leamington, Utah


This remarkably well preserved Kiln was built in the 1880's, along with three others, in part by Eliza Morgan's husband George Morrison. Eliza was Thomas and Ann Watkins Morgan's third child and one of the five children they brought with them from England.


Originally there were four of these dome shaped Kilns in this location. They were used to make charcoal from Cedar wood cut in the hills around Leamington, which was probably shipped by rail to fuel the Beaver County mining camp at Frisco in South Central Utah.

These Kilns may have been used for making lime in later years. Lime was used to plaster the walls of adobe houses, among other things.