The Samuel Knight Santa Clara History Museum is now open to the
public (and of great interest to Knight descendants), Saturday and Tuesday
from 11 AM to 4 PM. The museum is located in the basement of
the Santa Clara Town Hall, Santa Clara, Utah.
The museum displays artifacts, photos, memorabilia
and depictions of early Knight ancestors to the Dixie area.
The project was spearheaded and funded by Charlie Clayton to
honor his Knight ancestors Josephine Barbara Baumann Knight
and Samuel Knight.
He also donated a $1500 bronze plaque at the Santa Clara
Heritage Square to her name, among other plaques
to the Cotton Mission Chapter.
Reservations for groups and families may be made by calling
435-879-5297. Leave a contact name and number. They are in
need of volunteers to host at the museum.