WASHINGTON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY (Washington County, Utah)
ALBERT BUNKER HOME
LOCATION??? address ???
37° 6' xx.xx" North Latitude, 113° 34' xx.xx" West Longitude
37.xxxx° North Latitude, 113.xxxx° West Longitude
2,xxx feet (xxx meters) MSL
HISTORYIn the 1920s, two small homes were joined together.
The rock granary was built by Chris Ammon. It had a wood shingle roof.
Albert Bunker had a little country store on the south side of the house, but not attached. It became the Veyo Merch. There was a gas bowser out in front.
Albert & Lottie Ulrich moved the store to ???.
There was a granary that is no longer there.
Bill Strickland put a flat roof on in the 1950s.
Ron Leavitt tore the old house down around 2013 a built a big new house in its place.
Albert Bunker (Stephen Albert Bunker, Jr.)
Lewis & Mildred Bowler (late 1930s)
Albert & Lottie Ulrich (Lew's sister)
Marvin & Metta Chadburn
Bill Strickland (1950s)
Ron Leavitt (John's son)
WCHS-02995 Photo of the Albert Bunker Home in Veyo, Utah
WCHS-02996 Photo of the Albert Bunker Home in Veyo, Utah
WCHS-02997 Photo of the Albert Bunker Home in Veyo, Utah
WCHS-02998 Photo of the Albert Bunker Home in Veyo, Utah
WCHS-02999 Photo of Heber Jones as a young man in front of the Albert Bunker granary
WCHS-03000 Photo of four people in front of the Albert Bunker granary in Veyo
WCHS-03001 Photo of four people in front of the Albert Bunker home in Veyo