Alphabetical Alumni
Cragun, Martha

Cragun, Martha
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Martha & Isaiah Cox

BYA Uncategorized Other Student. Martha Cragun Cox: A Teacher and a Record Keeper. Martha Cragun Cox was a thorough record keeper, a driven and curious student who spent time at Brigham Young Academy, and a dedicated teacher, committed to her children and her God. One reason Martha is known in history is because she wrote a handwritten autobiography of over three hundred pages. Her diligence in recording her own stories stands as a powerful example. Martha was born March 3, 1852, southeast of Salt Lake City. She moved to St. George with her family when she was eleven. Martha grew up in poverty, yet she developed an impressive appetite for reading and learning. One day, when she was sixteen, she ran into a group of young boys who were skipping school. She chastised them and said, “If I were your teacher, I’d be sorry to have you out of school.” To which one boy responded, “If you were our teacher, we wouldn’t skip school.” She responded lamenting she didn’t know much, to which another boy responded, “I should think you’d teach us all that you do know”. Martha explained, “I cannot refuse to go to the aid of the children”. With only a little over a year of schooling under her belt, she became an assistant teacher; then she opened her first school when she was eighteen. She continued teaching in various capacities until she died. Martha James Cragun Cox, “Biographical Record of Martha Cox: Written for My Children and My Children’s Children, and All Who May Care to Read It.” Church History Library, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah. Lavina Fielding Anderson, “A ‘Salt of the Earth’ Lady: Martha Cragun Cox,” in Supporting Saints: Life Stories of Nineteenth-Century Mormons, ed. Donald Q. Cannon and David J. Whittaker (Provo, UT: Brigham Young University, Religious Studies Center, 1985), 101–32. Source. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Mrs. Martha Cragun Cox, daughter of one of the early pioneers of southern Utah, died last Wednesday evening, November 30, 1932, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Francis Bunker, in Salt Lake City, following a lingering illness. Mrs. Cox was born March 3, 1852, at Millcreek, Utah and lived there until 11 years of age, coming to Dixie [St. George, Utah] with her parents in 1863. She was one of the first school teachers here, becoming engaged in that career when she was seventeen years old, and since that time has taught between 45 and 50 years. After her marriage to Isaiah Cox in the endowment house in Salt Lake, she moved to Overton, Nevada, and a few years later to Bunkerville. She was a third wife and assisted in the support of her family by school teaching in practically every community in which she lived. In 1900, at the call of President A. W. Ivins, she went to Old Mexico with a party from Bunkerville, and remained there for seven or eight years. She secured her education largely through her own efforts and principally by summer school courses, graduated from the University of Utah. Throughout her life she was an active worker in the Church, and has one of the largest genealogical records of any member of the organization. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Rose Cox Bunker, Los Angeles, and Mrs. Francis Cox Bunker, Salt Lake, and two sons, Edward Cox of Salt Lake, and Frank L. Cox of St. George. Four children have preceded her in death. Funeral services were held on Sunday in the Emigration Ward. Speakers included President A. W. Ivins and Joseph Christensen, president of the Genealogical Society of Utah. Musical numbers were furnished by Salt Lake temple workers and the Relief Society choir of the Salt Lake 30th Ward. Interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery ~ ~ ~ ~ Find a Grave. ~ ~ ~ ~ Children: --Isaiah Cox (1859 - 1949) --George Washington Cox (1870 - 1871) --Martha Eleanor Cox (1871 - 1871) --Rosannah Cox Bunker (1872 - 1933) --Eunice Asenath Cox (1873 - 1874) --Edward Isaiah Cox (1874 - 1940) --Willard James Cox (1875 - 1876) --Franklin Lane Cox (1876 - 1953) --Amelia Cox (1878 - 1890) --Amy Cox (1880 - 1881) --Rachel Evelyn Cox Bunker (1884 - 1975) --Geneva Cox Cope (1886 - 1925)

Craig, Anna K.

Craig, Anna K.
Provo, Utah US

Anna Craig

Faculty & Staff. Anna K. Craig, Training School, 1893-1898.

Cram, Ada Bertha

Cram, Ada Bertha

Ada Cram

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1906. Ada Bertha Cram. She received a Normal Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 110. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1906. Ada Cram, a Normal graduate. BYU [& BYH] Class of 1906 Listing of BYH Normal, High School, Commercial, and Music School graduates. Source: Brigham Young Academy & Normal Training School, Catalogues & Announcements, for 31st Academic Year, 1906-1907, p. 140.

Cram, Mark W.

Cram, Mark W.

Mark Cram

Class of 1910. Diploma, Arts and Manual Training Department. Mark W. Cram. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 2, page 15. ~ ~ ~ ~

Crandall, Agnes

Crandall, Agnes
Provo, Utah US

Agnes Crandall

Faculty & Staff. Agnes Crandall, Training School, 1919-1921.

Crandall, Bernice

Crandall, Bernice
Provo, Utah US

Bernice and Frank Dain

Class of 1937? Bernice Crandall. [Note: Her name and photo do not appear with a senior class in any BYH Wildcat yearbooks.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Bernice Crandall Dain passed away January 17, 2007 in Orem, Utah. She fought a courageous battle with growing old! Bernice was born August 27, 1919 to Paul and Amanda Lawrence Crandall, and grew up in Provo. She attended BY High School, and kept in touch with many of her classmates. She spotted her future husband, Frank, one day when he came to town from Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, to work on the construction of the Geneva Steel plant. He drove into town in his red convertible, and the rest was history. They were married on August 28, 1944 and raised 3 children together. In 1952 they bought their dream home in the Edgemont area of Provo, where they remained for the rest of their lives. Their home was always warm and welcome to all who entered. Bernice loved people, and loved to sell. In the sixties she worked in Provo for Clarks Department Store in the gift shop. She had a great touch for just the right thing in the right place, and that gift was also reflected in her home. She later started selling cosmetics, and eventually ended up at ZCMI selling her favorite, "Estee Lauder". She was the "Estee Lauder Lady" to hundreds of friends and strangers alike. She was recognized many times for her sales accomplishments by those who employed her and worked with her. She loved to golf and saw to it that her children and grandchildren had that opportunity. Her grandchildren recall many fond memories of golfing with Grandma at Riverside. She had, and will always have, unconditional love for her children and grandchildren, and will be remembered for that. Bernice was preceded in death by her husband Frank, who will be happy to put his arms around his "little fox". Bernice is survived by her three children: daughters, Terry Dain of Springville, and Nancy Dain of Salt Lake City; son, Jim (Pam Jacobson) Dain of Lindon; nine grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren; and her loving and caring sister, Paulene (Conway) Clayton of Orem, whom the family wishes to express a special thank you to. Funeral services were held Friday, January 19, 2007, in the Edgemont 4th Ward LDS Chapel in Provo. Interment, East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, January 18, 2007.]

Crandall, Camille

Crandall, Camille

Camille Crandall

Class of 1922. Camille Crandall. She was the Senior Class Vice President. Source: 1922 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1926. Camille Crandall. She received a BS Degree in Dramatic Arts in 1926. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 208.

Crandall, Eugene
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Eugene and Ruth Crandall

BYH Circa 1905 - Eugene Crandall. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Eugene Crandall, 70, died on October 30, 1957 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was born on January 28, 1887 in Springville, Utah, to Daniel Marsellius Crandall and Ouianda Fuller Crandall. He was educated in Springville schools, Brigham Young High School, and Brigham Young University. He married Ruth Afton Brimhall, January 25, 1921, in Provo, Utah. He is a retired Orem farmer. He worked in Utah railroad construction department. He is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the American Legion, and Disabled American Veterans. Interment, Historic Springville Cemetery, Springville, Utah County, Utah. [Salt Lake Tribune, 1957, October 31, 1957, page 19]

Crandall, Glen N.

Crandall, Glen N.

Glen Crandall

Class of 1915. Glen Crandall graduated from BYH in College Hall on Thursday, June 3, 1915, in the Academic Department. Source 1: Program, 1915 High School Class, Thursday, June 3, 1915, College Hall. Class Colors: Red & Blue. Class Motto: "Duty is the Keynote of Success". ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1915. Glen Crandal. Source 2: 1915 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 84-102. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1923. Glen N. Crandall. He received a BS Degree in 1923. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 48.

Crandall, Gordan

Crandall, Gordan

Gordan Crandall

Class of 1925. Gordan Crandall. Gordan graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1925. Source: Class Roll in the program of Closing Exercises of the Senior High School Class, Brigham Young University, 1925. He offered the opening prayer at Commencement.

Crandall, Grant LaSalle

Crandall, Grant LaSalle
Murray, Utah US

Grant & Golda Crandall

Class of 1918. Grant L. Crandall. Business Department. Graduated Monday Evening, May 27, 1918. Source: 1918 Graduation Program. Second source: 1918 BYU Banyan, High School section, pages 60-79. ~ ~ ~ ~ Grant LaSalle Crandall, born March 17, 1899 in Springville, Utah. Died February 1, 1970 in Murray, Utah. Interment: Provo City Cemetery, Block 3 Lot 37. His parents: Myron Newton Crandall & Agnes Lewis Crandall. He married Golda Ruth Beckstead on April 14, 1920, in the Salt Lake Temple.

Crandall, Horace Rafael

Crandall, Horace Rafael
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Horace and Sigrid Crandall

BYH Class of 1925? Horace Rafael Crandall. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Horace Rafael Crandall, 87, died July 3, 1994 at his home in Salt Lake City, Utah. Born June 5, 1907 in Springville, Utah to Rafael Fuller Crandall and Eliza Hart Crandall. He lived in Orem, Utah with his parents on their large fruit farm until he was seven and then moved with them to Provo, Utah to attend school. Horace worked on the farm each summer. He attended Provo grade schools and B.Y.U. for his high school and college days. He played in the B.Y.U. band and orchestra and graduated from B.Y.U. in 1930 with a degree in business and a minor in music. It was at B.Y.U. that he met Sigrid NeVille and they were married August 20, 1930 in the Salt Lake Temple. They lived in Provo. Horace was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and held many positions of responsibility in his ward. He was called as counselor to the bishop in the Emigration Ward. He was called as financial clerk to four different bishops and served for 16 years as financial clerk to three stake presidents. Horace and Sigrid worked in the Salt Lake Temple for six years. Horace worked for Columbia Steel where he managed Carbon County Railroad in Columbia, Utah. When Geneva Steel was built, Carbon County Railroad furnished all the coal for their blast furnaces. Horace was transferred to Salt Lake City and became auditor and purchasing agent for Carbon County Railroad. Horace played the saxophone, clarinet, and piano and spent many years playing in dance bands and found great joy in this association. He loved his job, his church, and the work of the Lord. Horace said many times, ``I've had a good life.'' He is survived by his wife Sigrid of Salt Lake; a brother, Hart B. Crandall (Bette) of Hurricane; a daughter, Barbra Ann Crandall Tebbs (Clement) of Bountiful; a son, Daniel Jennings Crandall (Laurie) of Salt Lake; seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two sons and daughter-in-law, Horace Dean Crandall (Geraldine) and Rafael NeVille Crandall; and great-grandson Ashton John Tebbs. Funeral services were held on Friday, July 8, 1994 at the Monument Park Eighth Ward, 1794 Texas Street, Salt Lake City. His interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, July 6, 1994] [Note: At this time, the only evidence we have that Mr. Crandall graduated from B.Y.H.S. is this obituary. @ 2014] ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU Banyan Yearbook, Freshman Class, Horace Crandall. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Sigrid NeVille was born in Byron, Big Horn, Wyoming on October 15, 1911 to Leo Jennings NeVille and Carrie Hatch NeVille. She passed away March 23, 2005 in Centerville, Utah. She graduated from Byron High School and attended Brigham Young University where she majored in Elementary Education. There she met Horace Rafael Crandall and they were married August 20, 1930 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. For 13 years they lived in Provo, Utah where three of their children were born, Dean, Barbra and Rafael. Horace and she were both active in the Manavoo Ward and enjoyed continued association with BYU. In 1942 Horace's work was transferred to Salt Lake City. They bought a small home on Lowell Avenue. Sigrid set up a beauty shop in the basement where she worked for many years while raising their family. They were active in the Emigration Ward working in many ward and stake positions. In 1947 the family moved to Logan Avenue, setting up her shop again. In 1952 their last son Daniel was born. Sigrid served in many callings in MIA, Primary, Sunday School, and Relief Society in the Monument Park 8th Ward. She worked for many years in the Spanish extraction program. She also volunteered for service with the blind children through Primary Children's Hospital. She and Horace served seven treasured years in the Salt Lake Temple. Her artistic talents included ceramics, oil and water color painting, quilting, and needlepoint. One of her greatest joys was working in the vegetable garden and her glorious flower gardens. She is survived by two children, Barbra (Clement) Tebbs and Dan Crandall; eight grandchildren; and 16 great-randchildren. Also, one brother Edwin NeVille and wife Jeri; brother-in-law and wife Hart and Bette Crandall; brother-in-law Ezra Tippetts; and sister-in-law Sylvia NeVille. Preceded in death by husband Horace R. Crandall and two sons and a daughter-in-law, Horace Dean Crandall (Geraldine), and Rafael NeVille Crandall. Also a brother Leo H. NeVille; three sisters, Jessie Lewis, Esther Tippetts, and Eloise Jones; two brothers-in-law Ted Jones and Murray Lewis; and a great-grandson Ashton Tebbs. We appreciate the support we have felt from loving neighbors, friends, and ward members throughout Sigrid's life and during the last few difficult years. Funeral services were held Saturday, March 26, 2005, at Larkin Sunset Lawn Mortuary, 2350 E. 1300 S., Salt Lake City, Utah. In lieu of flowers, the family suggested donations be made to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Missionary Fund. [Deseret News, Thursday, March 24, 2005]

Crandall, Karl Kent

Crandall, Karl Kent

Karl Crandall

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1927. Karl Kent Crandall. He received a BS Degree in Accounting & Business in 1927. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 260.

Crandall, Lewis

Crandall, Lewis

Lewis Crandall

Class of 1916. Lewis Crandall. Graduated from Brigham Young High School, Commercial Department, in 1916. Source 1: 1916 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, about 23 pages, not numbered. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1916. Lewis Crandall. He received a BYH Business Education Diploma in 1916. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 420.

Crandall, Myron L.

Crandall, Myron L.

Myron Crandall

Collegiate Grad of BYH, Class of 1917. Myron L. Crandall. He received an AB Degree in Botany in 1917. Source: Annual Report, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 62.

Crandell, Joseph Rufus [not Crandall,]

Crandell, Joseph Rufus [not Crandall,]
Winslow, Arizona US

Rufus and Laverne Crandell

Class of 1913. J. Rufus Crandall [actually Joseph Rufus Crandell]. Graduated from Brigham Young High School, in the Music Department. Source: 1913 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 63-81. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1913. J. Rufus Crandell. He received a BYH Music Diploma in 1913. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 301. ~ ~ ~ ~ J. Rufus Crandell was born on August 11, 1892 in Woodruff, Navajo County, Arizona. His parents were Albert William Crandell and Sarah McCleve Crandell. He married Laverne Richards. She was born on August 22, 1897 in Joseph City, Navajo County, Arizona. They were married in 1922. She died on June 18, 1984 in Winslow, Navajo County, Arizona. J. Rufus Crandell died on February 10, 1960. ~ ~ ~ ~ Every year a "J. Rufus Crandell Award" is presented to a student at Snowflake Junior High School.

Crane, Florence

Crane, Florence

Florence Crane

Class of 1921 ~ Honorary. Florence Crane. Member of the Class of 1921 as a freshman in 1918.

Crane, Jennie

Crane, Jennie

Jennie Crane

Class of 1913. Jennie Crane. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1913. Name on list, but no photo. Source 1: 1913 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 63-81. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1913. Jennie Crane [not Craue]. She received a BYH Music Diploma in 1913. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 47.

Crane, Olive

Crane, Olive

Olive Crane

Class of 1923. Olive Crane. She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1923. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 430.

Cranney, June

Cranney, June
Pleasant Grove, Utah US

June & Jesse Monson

Class of 1937. June Cranney. Notre Maison. German Club, Secretary. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: June Cranney Monson, 95, of Pleasant Grove, passed away peacefully on Friday, July 25, 2014. June was born June 14, 1919 in Ogden, Utah the daughter of Frank Philander Cranney and Eliza Jane Kingston Cranney. She was the youngest of twelve children. June lived on a ranch in Star Valley, Wyoming for a big part of her early years. She graduated from BY High School in Provo, Utah in 1937. She also attended BYU. She met Jesse H. Monson who had served as a missionary with her brother Dick. They were married in the Salt Lake Temple on September 18, 1940. They were married for 63 years when Jess passed away on October 4, 2003. After their marriage Jess and June lived in various places around the country due to Jess serving in the military. They finally settled in Pleasant Grove in 1946 after having moved seventeen times in five years. Jess founded a successful insurance business with June working by his side. They made many dear and lasting friendships over the years. June was an avid quilter and made beautiful quilts for each of her children and grandchildren. She served faithfully in many callings in the Church throughout the years. Her family and Church are the most important parts of her life. She was a wonderful mother and grandmother and was always so helpful and caring to everyone. June is survived by her six children, Tom (Mary); twins Mary Evans (Dean); Martha Craghead (Bob); Judy Turpin (Ed); Becky Palmer (Mike, deceased); and Jodi Bezzant (Howard). She has 33 grandchildren, 73 great-grandchildren and 16 great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two granddaughters: Elena Palmer and Carrie Evans Andersen, and by all eleven siblings. Funeral services will be held Thursday, July 31, 2014 at 11:00 am in the Timpanogos Sixth Ward Chapel, 315 East 500 North, Pleasant Grove. Family and friends may attend a viewing Wednesday evening from 6-8 pm at Olpin Family Mortuary, 494 South 300 East, Pleasant Grove and at the church on Thursday one hour prior to services. Interment will be in the Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.olpinmortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, Sunday, July 27, 2014] Source.

Craven, Charles Moore
4483 Forrest Green Dr.
Ogden, Utah 84403 US

Charles Craven

Class of 1946. Charles Moore Craven. He graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program.

Craven, Helen

Craven, Helen
Ogden, Utah US

Helen and Bruce Dabling

Class of 1940. Helen Craven. Opera. Girls' Athletic Association. Fauvines. Notre Maison. She married Bruce Dabling, BYH Class of 1941. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Helen Craven Dabling, 79, beloved wife, mother and grandmother, died Monday, May 13, 2002 at the LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City. She was born Aug. 29, 1922, in Provo, a daughter of Ralph Craven and Esther Moore. She graduated from B. Y. High and married Dr. Bruce R. Dabling, her high school sweetheart, on Feb. 14, 1944 in Provo. She was a member of the Trinity Presbyterian Church, where she was an ordained Elder and Deacon. She served as Sunday School Superintendent, and in the Stevens Ministry. She was an active member of the PTA, holding state and local offices. She also served on the Governor's Child Safety committee for many years. She was active in establishing educational opportunities for the handicapped. Along with her husband, she was an active member of the Holiday Ramblers Travel Club. Helen's happiest times were when she was traveling and spending time with her family and friends. Surviving are her husband of Ogden; daughter Niki Rae (Jack Marcure) Upchurch, Fresno, California; sons Charles (Jeri) Centerville; Ralph (Mary Jo), South Jordan; John and Paul, both of Ogden. 13 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one brother, Charles. Funeral services were held Friday, May 17, at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Ogden, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, May 16, 2002] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: HIS OBITUARY: Bruce Ray Dabling, December 2, 1921 to February 2, 2018. Dr. Bruce Ray Dabling, 96, peacefully returned to the God who gave him life Friday February 2, 2018, in South Jordan, Utah. A Wworld War II veteran, pioneering optometrist, and devoted husband and father, he passed away surrounded by family members who love him. Bruce was raised in Provo where he attended BY High, met his high school sweetheart and future wife, Helen (whom he affectionately called "Shapey"), and developed his lifelong love for BYU. At BY High, Bruce was known for his academic achievement, athletic prowess, and raging six-pack abs that would make his wife-to-be swoon and his grandsons jealous. Bruce earned his wings and served honorably in the Army Air Forces during the Second World War, primarily training pilots serving on the European and Pacific fronts. Bruce was traveling home one weekend from training when he was told along the way that he was heading to his own wedding that his bride-to-be had planned without his knowledge. Bruce readily agreed, and the two were happily married 58 years before she passed away in 2002. Following the war, Bruce and Helen began their family, and he earned his doctorate in optometry from Pacific University. He later opened his own practice in Ogden where he cared for patients for 38 years and helped pioneer the use of contact lenses and other innovative procedures that benefited the Ogden community. Ogden was Bruce's home for nearly 60 years. He and Helen were active in the community, cheering on the Wildcats and leading several efforts to aid local schools, the Presbyterian Church, and individuals with disabilities. Healthy till his final year, he cared for friends in his neighborhood, visited nearby widows, and shoveled their driveways. He is preceded in death by his parents Ray and Lora Dabling, his wife, Helen, and his daughter Nikkie. He is survived by his sons Charlie (Jeri), Ralph (Mary Jo), Paul, and John, 13 grandchildren, and 23 great-grandchildren. He was a mountain of a man and the sturdy pillar of the Dabling family. He was singularly devoted to his family through his last days. He will be celebrated by all who were blessed by his expert eye care, the richness of his laugh, or the depth and steadiness of his love. He died with dignity, and those he loved are living witnesses to the goodness of his life. His funeral was held on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at Wasatch Presbyterian Church, 1626 South 1700 East, Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. Condolences for the family may be left at wasatchlawn.com Source: Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park and Mortuary, February 6, 2018.

Craven, Keith

Keith Craven

Class of 1938. Keith Craven. Boys' Athletic Club. Drama. International Club.

Craven, Percy Howard

Craven, Percy Howard
Rexburg, Idaho US

Percy and Anna Craven

Class of 1910. Percy Craven. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1910, in the High School Department. He was elected President of the Class of 1910. Source 1: 1910 BYU Banyan, BYH section, list on p. 83. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: Annual Record, B. Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 3, page 187. ~ ~ ~ ~ Percy Howard Craven was born September 8, 1885 in Lower Gate, Longwood, Yorkshire, England. His parents were John William Craven [1852-1912, son of James Craven and Ann Rhodes] and Frances Hartley [1852-1895, daughter of David Hartley and Betsy Schofield (Scholefield) ]. He married Anna Marie Mathisen on September 11, 1916 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Anna Marie was born on November 21, 1888 in Ovid, Bear Lake County, Idaho. Her parents were Michael Mathisen and Carolina Johansen [Bodin]. She died on July 5, 1974 in Rexburg, Idaho. Her interment, Provo, Utah. He died on January 10, 1942 in Rexburg, Idaho. Interment, Provo City Cemetery, Utah. The 1910 census record for Provo shows that Percy and his brother were living with his mother's sister, Mary Hartley Bland.

Cravens, Phyllis

Cravens, Phyllis
El Monte, California US

Phyllis & Sylvan Wanlass

Class of 1918. Phyllis Cravens [not Cravers]. Business Department. She graduated Monday Evening, May 27, 1918. Source: 1918 Graduation Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ Second source: 1918 BYU Banyan, High School section, pages 60-79. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1918. Phyllis Cravens. She received a BYH Commercial Diploma in 1918. Source 3: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 12. ~ ~ ~ ~ Phyllis Cravens was born February 17, 1898 in Payson, Utah. She died November 8, 1974 in El Monte, California. Her parents: William Thomas Cravens & Medora Daniels Cravens. She married Sylvan George Wanlass on May 18, 1921 in the St. George Temple, Utah.

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