Alphabetical Alumni

Lindquist, Kenneth
780 N. 150 W.
Logan, Utah 84321-3246

Ken Lindquist

Class of 1953. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Lettermen, All State Athletics, Chorus, Ski Club, Soph Class Social Chair, Junior Class Secretary. @2001

Lindsay, Elizabeth F.

Lindsay, Elizabeth F.
Heber, Utah US

Lizzie Lindsay

Class of 1905. Elizabeth F. "Lizzie" Lindsay. She graduated from the BY High School Normal Department on Wednesday, May 31, 1905, in College Hall. She delivered a "Report to Education, Domestic Science" on that occasion. Source 1: Program, Normal & High School Graduating Exercises, Wednesday, May 31, 1905, College Hall. ~ ~ ~ ~ Brigham Young High School Class of 1905. Elizabeth F. Lindsay. She received a Normal Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 2, page 126. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1905. Elizabeth F. Lindsay, a Normal graduate. BYU [& BYH] Class of 1905 Listing of BYH Normal, High School, Commercial, Music & Arts and Industries Graduates, Catalogues & Announcements, for 30th Academic Year, 1905-1906, p. 176. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1917. Elizabeth F. Lindsay. She received an AB Degree in Education in 1917. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 349. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1924. Elizabeth F. Lindsay. She received an MA Degree in Education in 1924. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 349.

Lindsay, George C.

Lindsay, George C.

George Lindsay

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1906. George C. Lindsay. He also received a Commercial Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 38. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1906. George C. Lindsay, a Commercial 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.

Lindsay, Lisle

Lindsay, Lisle

Lisle Lindsay

Class of 1914. Lisle Lindsay (female). Graduated in 1914 from Brigham Young High School, Academic Department. Source: 1914 BYU Banyan, BYH section, pp. 84-89. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1917. Lisle Lindsay. She received an AB Degree in English & Elocution in 1917. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 251.

Lindsay, Ruth

Lindsay, Ruth

Ruth Lindsay

Class of 1913. Ruth Lindsay. Graduated from Brigham Young High School, in the Normal Department. Source 1: 1913 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 63-81. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1913. Ruth Lindsay. She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1913. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 5, page 463.

Lindsay, S. Roland

Lindsay, S. Roland

Roland Lindsay

Classes of 1916 and 1917. Roland Lindsay. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1916. Source: 1916 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, about 23 pages, not numbered. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1917. S. Roland Lindsay. He received a High School Diploma in 1917. Source: B.Y. University, Book 8, page 252.

Lindsey, Elizabeth

Lindsey, Elizabeth
Provo, Utah

Elizabeth Lindsey

Faculty & Staff. Elizabeth Lindsey, Training School, 1909-1918.

Lindstrom, David
214 E 1838 S
Orem, Utah 84058-7856

David Lindstrom
  • Work: (801) 225-0422

Faculty & Staff Early 1960s, incluing 1962-63 - English Teacher.

Linford, Phoebe

Linford, Phoebe
Provo, Utah US

Phoebe Linford

BYH Class of 1924. Phoebe Linford, of Provo, Utah. Phoebe received her secondary education at Brigham Young High School. She is listed as a 4th Year (senior) student in the Brigham Young High School Class of 1924. She continued her education as a BYU Freshman in 1925. Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1923-24, 1924-25, and 1925-26. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1927. Phoebe Linford. She received a BS Degree in English in 1927. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 406.

Linton, Family

Linton, Family
Provo, Utah US

Family Linton

Classes in 1910's. John Sutton Linton Family. [Divide into separate records after doing research.] ~ ~ "In 1907, their eldest daughter Mary Ellen married William Franklin Crow in the Salt Lake City Temple. A week later, her new husband left for the Southern States where he served a mission for two years. While he was away, Mary Ellen lived with her parents, attended BYU, and worked as a librarian. Four of her younger siblings attended BYU High School at this time." ~ ~ ~ ~ John Sutton Linton, eldest child of Samuel Linton and Ellen Sutton, was born April 6, 1859 at Salt Lake City Utah. As a young man he worked with his father extending the railroad. He also helped on the family farm harvesting hay. John was ordained an Elder in the LDS Church in the St. George Temple by President Wilford Woodruff on 22 Feb 1877, and endowed the same day. He became engaged to Eliza Ann Gadd before leaving on his mission and began service in the Southern States mission on 2 Dec 1882. John served mostly in Chattanooga, Tennessee area. Upon returning from his mission the spring of 1885, John resumed courting Eliza Ann Gadd. The couple traveled (accompanied by John’s mother, Ellen Sutton) for three weeks by wagon to reach the recently completed Logan temple. They were married 17 Dec 1885. John Sutton Linton and Eliza Ann Gadd Linton had eight children: Mary Ellen (1886), Leora (1889), Lua Alice (1891), Genevieve (1894), Jeanette (1895), Grace-Idell (1897), Wilma-Belle (1901), and Heber John (1904). After Leora was born, the couple built an adobe home in the northeast part of Nephi. It was a home filled with love and devotion, with an appreciation of music, and the fine things of the life. The family spent many hours in the evenings gathered in the front room singing and reading the scriptures. John and Eliza Ann loved to sing and formed a fine duet. Favorite songs included, Let Us Oft Speak Kind Words to Each Other, The Lord is My Light, and Sweet Genevieve. Eliza Ann would often sit with her mending, while John sat in the high-backed rocking chair with a child on each knee, and the rest of the children gathered around listening to them sing. John was a lovable man, always kind and gentle, devoted to his wife, family, and the Church. He was a man of great faith and fine language. He loved a good joke, but was never boisterous. He exercised his priesthood in administering to his children in time of sickness. Once, John himself became seriously ill with appendicitis. The doctor told him he couldn’t possibly live because of the danger of gangrene. But through faith, prayers, and the power of the priesthood, John was healed. For a few years, John worked for the Nephi Plaster Company, receiving a dollar a day pay. In the summer of 1900, he worked for the Salt Quarry in Salt Creek Canyon. The family lived in a house across the road from the quarry. On Sundays, the family traveled by way of lumber wagon and team to Nephi so they could attend church and visit family. Then they traveled back to the quarry in the evenings, often after dark. The children, tired out from play, would go to sleep in the bottom of the wagon. On their way home one night, a wagon wheel came off, throwing Eliza Ann from the wagon. The older children helped their mother (who was suffering from a bad back and pregnant with Wilma at the time) walk home. John went looking for the wagon wheel burr, but couldn’t find it, so decided to go back down the canyon. Amazingly, he found the burr in the dark and drove the wagon home. In the fall of 1900, John moved his family to Hydes Ranch, one mile east of Juab and fifteen miles south of Nephi. There, he was engaged in farming and cattle raising. It was a fine ranch, but not a good place to raise girls. So the family moved to Juab where John secured a job with the Railroad Company (in the round house and as a car repairman), working for foreman and bishop, Robert Stephenson. John became Bishop Stephenson.s first counselor in the bishopric. While working on the railroad, John hurt his finger in an accident. He was taken to see a doctor in Nephi who amputated his finger. Complications from this incident nearly killed John. But once again, his life was spared. The family made many wonderful friends while living in Juab, and enjoyed many social gatherings, church events and dances held in the one-room schoolhouse located on the hill overlooking the town. Their last two children, Wilma and Heber were born in Juab. The railroad company moved the terminal from Juab to Lyndyl, so John moved his wife and three youngest children to Lyndyl and lived in a railroad car that winter. John was transferred the next summer to Salt Lake City, and later to Provo, Utah (about 1907) to work in the railroad yards. Their first home in Provo was at 556 S. 2nd West in a large rock duplex. Later they bought the old Barrett home on the corner. John beautified the home with trees, flowers, and a fine vegetable garden. He was an early riser and he retired early, sometimes sleeping in his chair until bedtime. John was a good provider and had a capable helpmate. It was said of Eliza Ann that she could make a real home out of a dry-goods box. In 1907, their eldest daughter Mary Ellen married William Franklin Crow in the Salt Lake City Temple. A week later, her new husband left for the Southern States where he served a mission for two years. While he was away, Mary Ellen lived with her parents, attended BYU, and worked as a librarian. Four of her younger siblings attended BYU High School at this time. In 1912, Leora married Ira W. Thompson and moved to Vernon Center, MN. April 1914, John and Eliza Ann.s second daughter, Lua, left for a mission to the Northern States where she labored for two years. Another daughter Grace served in the Mexican-Texas mission from 1923-1925. 29 Nov 1916 Genevieve married David Anderson of Salt Lake City. 26 September 1917, the family celebrated a double wedding in the Salt Lake Temple. Lua married William Warner Stephenson of Nephi, Utah, and Jeanette married Herman P. Hatch of Chesterfield, Idaho. In 1918 a terrible epidemic of influenza broke out in Provo and throughout the country causing sickness and death. Eliza Ann contracted it Oct. 1918 and came close to death. But through faith and priesthood blessings from John, she was healed. Many neighbors were also stricken with the same disease. John went out to administer to the sick every night, even though the Elders had been advised not to go for fear of taking the disease. John had faith that he would be alright and he never got sick. Many people were blessed and healed through his administrations. World War I broke out in 1917 and many young men were called into service. Among them were H.P. Hatch and W.W. Stephenson, leaving their brides at home with their parents, both girls giving birth to baby daughters while their husbands were away. On 5 December 1921 Wilma married Reno McDonald in Salt Lake. 29 July 1924, Heber married Maidia Fay Badham of Payson. In August 1926, John and Eliza Ann celebrated their Diamond Jubilee. At that time, Eliza Ann was in poor health, but enjoyed the celebration with many family and friends. She died couple of months later (18 October 1926) at the age of 61. Daughter Leora died in San Pedro, California on 27 Jan. 1928 at the age of 39. 13 August 1928, John re-married, marrying Martha Eldredge Brown. John died four months later on 12 December 1928 at the age of 69. Grace was the last of the children to marry. She married William L. Orton, a widower with two small girls (Roma and Gwen), on 29 September 1932 in the Logan Temple.

Lisonbee, Margy S.

Lisonbee, Margy S.
Arcadia, California US

Margy and Glen Perkins

Class of 1918. Margy Lisonbee [not Lisonfee] (Perkins). She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1918. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 142. ~ ~ ~ ~ Margy S. Lisonbee was born on April 11, 1896 in Monroe, Utah. Her parents were Lorenzo Lisonbee and Sarah Petersen Lisonbee. Margy married Glen Callan Perkins on September 2, 1921 in Utah. Glen C. Perkins was born on December 9, 1892 in Dayton, Idaho. They had one daughter, Glenna Perkins, who was born on July 3, 1922, and who died on August 15, 2004. Glen Perkins died on September 11, 1968 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Margy Lisonbee Perkins died on February 10, 1989 in Arcadia, Los Angeles County, California.

Lister, Brent R.
40903 Oakview Lane
Quartz Hill, California 93551 US

Brent Lister
  • Home: 661-722-5677

Class of 1971. Brent Lister. BYU BS Finance 1984. ~ ~ ~ ~ "Please keep me informed of any updates on the 'ghost class of 1971' reunion. I just returned from the Provo High 40th which was held in the old BY High building. - Brent Lister" ~ ~ Alternate email: brentlister@yahoo.com ~ ~ @2011

Liston, LaVern

Liston, LaVern
Mesa, Arizona US

LaVern and Earl Clark

Class of 1944. LaVern Liston. LaVern Liston was born on June 25, 1926 in Salina, Utah. Her parents were Murcel Dollbell "MD" Liston and Elvera "Vera" Matilda Gregerson Liston. LaVern married Earl Myers Clark on June 3, 1945. LaVern Liston Clark died on March 11, 2008 in Mesa, Arizona.

Little, Malcolm

Little, Malcolm
Provo, Utah US

Malcolm Little

Faculty & Staff. Malcolm Little, Spanish teacher, 1900-1901.

Llewellyn, John R.

Llewellyn, John R.

John Llewellyn

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1906. John R. Llewellyn. He received a Normal Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 126. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1906. John R. Llewellyn, 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.

Lloyd, Eldon K.

Lloyd, Eldon K.
Park City, Utah

Eldon and Mary Kay Lloyd

Class of 1951. Eldon K. Lloyd. Basketball, Lettermen, Chorus, Wildcat Yearbook. BYU BS Business Management 1957, UCLA MBA 1963. Alternate address: Lloyd, Eldon, 418 18th St, Evanston, WY 82930-3116. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Eldon Kingsford Lloyd, 81, of Provo passed away on January 28, 2015 at his home, surrounded by his family. Eldon was born November 1, 1933 in Malad, Idaho to Elmer and Orilla Kingsford Lloyd. He married Diane Winter in 1962 and together had three children. They were later divorced. He married Mary Kay Rigby in 1984. Eldon grew up in Provo. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1951, then attended BYU and earned a degree in finance. He served an LDS Mission to Norway. He moved to Southern California and received his MBA from UCLA. Eldon had a very successful career in banking in Los Angeles. Eldon's children and family were most important in his life and for years they enjoyed family ski trips and vacations together. He was an active member of the LDS Church and served faithfully in many callings. Eldon was regarded by those who knew him as a most generous, loyal and kind-hearted man with an amazing sense of humor. He is survived by his wife Mary Kay; three children: Tracy (Brian) Webster; Eric (Tracy) Lloyd and Kim (Peter) Kreissig; eight grandchildren; brother, Ross (Alice) Lloyd and sister-in-law, Melinda Lloyd. He was preceded in death by his brother, Reed Lloyd [BYH Class of 1960], and the family is at peace with thoughts of their reunion. Private services will be held on Saturday, January 31, 2015, under the direction of Olpin Family Mortuary, Pleasant Grove, Utah. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.olpinmortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, January 30, 2015]

Lloyd, Gary Murdock
5862 W. Victoria Lane
Highland, Utah 84003-8000 US

Gary and Donna Lloyd
  • Work: 801-580-0157
  • Cell: 801-580-0157
  • Home: 801-763-9094

Class of 1953. Gary Murdock Lloyd. Baseball, Basketball, Football, Chorus, Photography Club President, Legislative Forum, Wildcat Yearbook Business Manager, Quill & Scroll, Assistant Librarian. ~ ~ ~ ~ Gary Murdock Lloyd, son of Wesley P. and Lillie Murdock Lloyd, was born September 17, 1934, in Provo, Utah. He attended school in Provo, graduating from B.Y. High School in 1953. After a year of University work, he fulfilled a two-year mission in the California Mission. Upon returning in the fall of 1956, he completed his work toward a bachelors degree in Business Administration, graduating from Brigham Young University in 1960. On September 25, 1958, Gary married Carolyn Provan, daughter of William McMaster Provan and Eleanore A. Steffens. They met while Carolyn was employed as secretary to the Dean of Students, Wesley P. Lloyd, Gary's father. She was in her second year at Brigham Young University studying Business Education. Gary and Carolyn had four sons – James Wesley Lloyd (1960), Jeffery Provan Lloyd (1961), Michael Gary Lloyd (1963), and Charles Scott Lloyd (1967). After graduation Gary began work in banking and finance and as Chairman of the Department of Marketing Management at Utah Technical College at Provo. He is interested in civic activities, having served as Utah County Chairman of the New March of Dimes, Community Relations Committee of the Chamber of Commerce, Vice-President of the Utah Valley Symphony and others. Gary served in the Church as a teacher in various organizations, as Stake Superintendent of BYU 2nd Stake YMMIA, and as Bishop of the BYU 34th Ward. Carolyn served in the Mutual and Primary. ~ ~ ~ ~ Gary is now married to Donna Dick. Eight children, and twenty-three grandchildren. They recently moved from Midway, Utah, where Gary was involved in civic activities, including serving as President of the Midway Boosters, the group that sponsors Swiss Days. He served as Vice President of Heber Valley National Bank for three years before moving to Highland. The Lloyds love their new home and enjoy traveling to see their family. The Lloyds were called to serve three LDS missions after Gary retired from the State Office of Education, after thirty years of service. He is currently employed at the First Colony Commercial (Correspondent Bank). ~ ~ ~ ~ Dr. Gary M. Lloyd. @2010

Lloyd, Kent Murdock
3313 20th Rd N
Arlington, Virginia 22207-3705

Kent and Eleanor Lloyd
  • Work: (703) 841-1936

Class of 1950. Kent Murdock Lloyd. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Lettermen, Chours, State Oratory, Junior Class Vice President, Wildcat Yearbook, Quill & Scroll, Yld Cat Staff. Alternate address: 3221 W. 80th St., Inglewood, California 90306 @2001 ~ ~ ~ ~ Kent Murdock Lloyd was born March 5, 1931 in Grace, Idaho, son of Wesley P. and Lillie Murdock Lloyd. His early schooling was in the Provo Elementary Schools and Brigham Young High School. After one year at the University, he was called to fulfill a mission in Eastern Canada where he served as District President. He returned to the Brigham Young University and met and married Eleanor Forstl. After graduation he continued graduate studies at Stanford University where he received his Ph.D. Degree. They then moved to Los Angeles where he was professor of public Administration at the University of Southern California (USC). They have four charming daughters—Lorie, Jeralie, Kathie and Leslie. Kent was bishop of the Morningside Park Ward at Inglewood, California from 1963 to 1966. Eleanor was Relief Society President of this ward. Kent was next President of the Public Executive Development and Research Corporation in Inglewood, California. ~ ~ ~ ~ Nomination of Kent Lloyd To Be a Deputy Under Secretary of Education: April 13, 1981 President Ronald Reagan today announced his intention to nominate Kent Lloyd to be Deputy Under Secretary for Management, Department of Education. Since 1967 Dr. Lloyd has served as president, Center for Leadership Development, a private management development corporation. He was recently special consultant for reorganization and management to Secretary of Education Terrel Bell. He was project director, Management Performance Seminars for Vocational Education Directors, funded and cosponsored by Utah and Arizona State Departments of Education. Since 1977 Dr. Lloyd was project codirector, Management Performance Seminars for Principals in California School Districts. In 1976 he served as project codirector, Management Performance Seminars for Bilingual Education Administrators in California School Districts. In 1971 Dr. Lloyd was senior associate, Planned Organization Change Through Executive Consulting and Management Team Building, Office of the Comptroller, Federal Housing Administration. Dr. Lloyd was professor of Management, Graduate School of Business and Management, Pepperdine University, in 1970 - 74. He was visiting professor, Political Science department, University of California at Los Angeles, in 1970. Dr. Lloyd graduated from Brigham Young University (BS 1955); Wayne State University (MPA 1959); and Stanford University (Ph.D. 1964). Dr. Lloyd is married, has seven children, and resided with his family in La Jolla, California, until his move to Washington, D.C. He was born in Grace, Idaho, on March 5, 1931. ~ ~ ~ ~ PUBLICATIONS: 1. "The Church Executive: Building the Kingdom through Leadership Development" by Kent Lloyd, (1968). 2. Reclaiming Our Nation at Risk: Lessons Learned : Reforming Our Public Schools by: Kent Lloyd, Diane Ramsey, Terrel H. Bell, Diane Ramsey, Terrel Howard Bell, 01 May, 1997. 3. Reclaiming Our Nation at Risk: Lessons Learned-Reforming Our Public Schools by: Kent Lloyd, Diane Ramsey, Terrel Howard Bell, April, 1997. 4. Federal Perspective on Vocational Educations Role in Economic Revitalization and Productivity by: Kent Lloyd, 01 June, 1983. 5. Knowledge Revolution for All Americans: Winning the War Against Ignorance : Empowering Public Schools by: Kent Lloyd, 01 July, 1992. 6. Reclaiming Our Nation at Risk: Lessons Learned Reforming Our Public Schools by: Kent Lloyd, Diane Ramsey, Terrel Howard Bell, May 1997. --1995--Kent Lloyd, Knowledge Network for All Americans, Arlington, Virginia.

Lloyd, Lucille

Lucille Lloyd

Class of 1945.

Lloyd, Oa J.

Lloyd, Oa J.
Provo, Utah US

Oa Lloyd

Faculty & Staff. Oa J. Lloyd [female] was an Office Practice teacher during the 1932-1936 school years.

Lloyd, Orson G.

Lloyd, Orson G.
Rexburg, Idaho US

Orson Lloyd

Class of 1905. Orson G. Lloyd graduated from the BY High School Normal Department on Wednesday, May 31, 1905, in College Hall. He delivered a Report to Education, History, on that occasion. Source 1: Program, Normal & High School Graduating Exercises, Wednesday, May 31, 1905, College Hall. ~ ~ ~ ~ Brigham Young High School Class of 1905. Orson G. Lloyd of Rexburg, Idaho. He received a Normal Diploma. Source 2: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 186. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1905. Orson G. Lloyd, a Normal graduate. BYU [& BYH] Class of 1905 Listing of BYH Normal, High School, Commercial, Music & Arts and Industries Graduates, Catalogues & Announcements, for 30th Academic Year, 1905-1906, p. 176.

Lloyd, Reed L.

Lloyd, Reed L.
Mercer Island, Washington US

Reed and Melinda Lloyd

Class of 1960. Reed L. Lloyd. Senior Class President. Baseball, Football, Basketball, Lettermen. BYU BS Business Management 1968. Married Melinda, email is hers. Reed died in 2003 [see website]. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Reed Lloyd, beloved husband, father, brother and friend, Reed died suddenly June 1, 2003 after complications from a motorcycle accident. He was the rock that held our families together; we will miss him greatly. He was the most quietly decent, generous, honorable man that we will have the privilege of knowing. He could fix anything, and we always expected him to remain in that position in all of our lives. His Harry Truman-esque humor, eternal boyish good looks and ability to laugh at himself will be sorely missed. Reed was born September 28, 1942 in Malad, Idaho, the youngest of three boys to Elmer and Orilla Lloyd. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1960, and from Brigham Young University in 1968. He was active in the Seattle banking community, most recently with The Commerce Bank. His tender love of his family, common sense, and quiet dignity will be examples for us to follow. Reed is survived by his wife, Melinda, his sons Chris (Rebecca) and Ryan (Jessie), his grandson Andrew, and his brothers Eldon (Mary Kay) and Ross (Alice). Memorial Services were held June 5, 2003 at the L.D.S. Church in Mercer Island. [The Seattle Times, June 5, 2003]

Lockhart, Terree

Terree Lockhart

Class of 1967. Terree Lockhart. Pep Club, Chorus, Girl's Extra-mural Sports, 4th Year Seminary, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Transferred to BYH for her Senior Year.

Logsdon, Elva

Logsdon, Elva

Elva Smith

Class of 1918. Elva Logsdon [Smith]. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1918. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 122.

Loire, Ellis

Loire, Ellis
[Reference Only]

Ellis Loire

Class of 1910 Reference Only. Ellis Loire, incorrectly spelled on records. See Ellis Peter Lowe, BYH Class of 1910.

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