Monuments in Kaysville City

John Taylor Monument

 1002 South Roueche Lane

1002 South Roueche Lane Erected for LDS Church President John Taylor who died in a home at this location on July 25, 1887. At the time of his death, President Taylor was hiding in the Thomas Roueche home from Federal Marshals who were searching for him in order to prosecute him for polygamy.

WWI & WWII Veterans Monument

400 East Crestwood Road

Monument erected for World War I and II Veterans

Weinel Mill Monument

44 North Main Street

Erected in memory of the Weinel Mill. John Weinel, a native of Germany, was the first flour miller in Kaysville (1854). An old mill stone from this mill serves as the base of the flagpole.

Bamberger Railroad - Kaysville Station

50 North 100 East

Monument sharing the history of the Bamberger Railroad.

Kays Ward Meetinghouse

200 W and Center Street

This meetinghouse served residents of north Davis County for nearly 90 years as a center of religious and social life.