Alphabetical Alumni
McIntosh, Fred Farrell

McIntosh, Fred Farrell
Springville, Utah US

Fred McIntosh

Class of 1962. Fred Farrell McIntosh. Football, Tennis, Seminary Graduate, Honor Society, Y Club, Homeroom Rep, National Mathematics Award, Senior Class Scholarship, BYU Scholarship. ~ ~ ~ ~ Fred Farrell McIntosh was born on February 5, 1944 in Corpus Christi, Texas. His parents were Donald Hyrum McIntosh and Melba Cropper McIntosh. He married Helen M. Gorner [Garner?]. Fred died on July 3, 1973 in Springville, Utah [or Spanish Fork, Utah]. His interment, Provo, Utah.

McIntosh, Kimball D.

McIntosh, Kimball D.

Kimball McIntosh

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1925. Kimball D. McIntosh. He received a BS Degree in History & Economics in 1925. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 408.

McIntyre, Wayne

McIntyre, Wayne
Provo, Utah US

Wayne McIntyre

Class of 1931. Wayne McIntyre. Graduated from Brigham Young High School on Thursday, May 28, 1931. Source: The Evening Herald, Provo, Utah, Tuesday, May 26, 1931. ~ ~ ~ ~ Faculty & Staff. Wayne McIntyre, Theology teacher, 1936-1937. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? Wayne and Edith McIntire: "In life they were not divided and in death they were not separated!" D&C 135:3. Dr. Wayne Franklin McIntire died February 18, 2007 in Greer, South Carolina. He was born September 7, 1911 in Price, Utah to Brigham Franklin and Effie Cottam McIntire. Dr. McIntire attended BYU and earned BA and MA degrees. He received a Ph.D. from the University of California Berkeley. He was a public school teacher and administrator in Utah and California. He organized and directed deaf education programs at California State University Northridge. He married Edith Marsh in the Salt Lake City Temple on May 24, 1940. ~ ~ ~ ~ Edith Marsh McIntire died February 24, 2007 in Greer, South Carolina. She was born April 19, 1916 in Alpine, Utah to Joseph F. and May Hackett Marsh. She received a BA degree from BYU. Edith was a teacher at the Lincoln Junior High School, Orem, Utah. She was associated with the John Tracy Clinic in LA for several years and coordinated a hearing impaired program for deaf school children in the LA City School District. Edith and Wayne were devoted members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. They served three missions together: West German Mission, Swiss Temple Mission, Manila Temple Mission. They are survived by their three daughters; Margaret (Earl) Sanders of Greer, SC; Kathryn (Robert) Sutton of Torrance, CA; and Marsha (John) Jensen of Columbia, SC; 11 grandchildren; 27 great grandchildren. They were preceded in death by their son, Wayne F. McIntire, Jr. Services were held at the Anderson & Sons Mortuary, 49 East 100 North, American Fork, Utah on Saturday March 3, 2007 at 11:00 am. Interment, Alpine Cemetery. The family suggests a contribution to the Center on Deafness, California State University, Northridge, California 91324 or the John Tracy Clinic, 806 West Adams Blvd., Los Angeles, California 90007-2505. [Provo Daily Herald, March 1, 2007.]

McKay, Barbara

McKay, Barbara
Provo, Utah US

Barbara and Oliver Smith

Class of 1939 ~Honorary? [Her name does not appear with the senior class in the 1939 Wildcat yearbook, or in yearbooks of surrounding years.] Barbara McKay. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Barbara McKay Smith, 84, died June 13, 2005 at home in Provo. She was born in Ogden, Utah, October 2, 1920 to Thomas E. McKay and Fawn Brimhall McKay. She grew up in Huntsville, Utah and attended Weber High School in Ogden, later graduating from Brigham Young High School in 1939 after spending two years in Switzerland where her father was Mission President. While attending Brigham Young University, Barbara married Dr. Oliver R. Smith who was a Journalism Professor. Mrs. Smith worked for several businesses in the Provo area; Taylor Brothers Department Store, Rowley's, Melayne Printers, and two U.S. Government Census positions. Later she joined the staff at Utah Technical College (now UVSC), retiring in 1985 as Assistant Dean of Continuing Education. Mrs. Smith was well known among Provo City employees, having served five years on the Provo City Planning Commission and for seven years on the Board of Adjustments. With this background, she successfully ran for a seat on the Provo City Council in 1987, serving for four years. While her husband was active in the Air Force Reserve, she was active in the auxiliary. She was a member for many years of the Beta Sorosis Literary Club, BYU Women, the Republican Party and many PTA organizations while her children were attending school. She was preceded in death by her husband in December, 1990, and also by two sisters, Fawn McKay Brodie and Flora McKay Jensen Crawford, and a brother, Thomas Brimhall McKay. She is survived by eight children, 53 grandchildren, and 77 great-grandchildren. Barbara and Oliver had five daughters and three sons, Barbara Kay Smith [BYH Class of 1961] Rytting (J. Howard Rytting) of Lawrence, Kansas; Olivia Lea Smith [BYH Class of 1963] Baird (Charles A. Baird) of Lehi; Kenneth McKay Smith [BYH Class of 1965] (JoAnne King) of Mesa, Arizona; Ronald McKay Smith [BYH Class of 1967] (Colleen Johnson) of Orem; Rebecca Smith Snyder [BYH Class of 1970] (Richard L. Snyder) of Tillamook, Oregon; Deborah Smith Annis of Provo; Dorothy Smith Gillespie (John K. Gillespie) of Orem; and Richard McKay Smith (Cindy Naylor) of North Salt Lake. She is also survived by a sister, Louise McKay Card, Salt Lake City, and numerous nieces and nephews who were always considered part of the family. The family gives special thanks to granddaughter Joanna Snyder for providing tender, competent care to Grandma Smith during her final years. A memorial service was held Saturday, June 18 at the BYU Harman Conference Center in Provo. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, Barbara requested a charitable donation to the Provo City Library, the Primary Children's Medical Center, or the UVSC scholarship fund. [Published in the Deseret News, Wednesday June 15, 2005.]

McKay, David Oman

McKay, David Oman

David and Emma Ray McKay

Board of Trustees, 1939 to 1970. Eighth President of the BYU and BYH Board of Trustees, 1951 to 1970. David Oman McKay was the ninth President of the Church of Jesus Christ. More than any other President of the Church, he looked like a prophet and undoubtedly could have been chosen by his friend Cecil B. DeMille to play one in the movies. David O. McKay was born September 8, 1873 in Huntsville, Utah as the third child of David McKay and Jennette Evans McKay. His childhood saw both tragedy and hardship when at the age of six, two older sisters died and then scarcely a year later, his father was called to a mission. David O. became the man of the house. Through hard work and frugal management, he and his mother ran the family farm so well that they were to surprise his father with a much needed addition to the house when he returned from his mission. Young David continued to attend school, work on the farm, and, during the summer, deliver the Ogden Standard Examiner to a nearby mining town. He had an insatiable hunger for learning, and during his round trips on horseback, he spent much of the time reading and memorizing passages from the world's great literature that were later to permeate his sermons and writings. He also loved riding horses, swimming, and other sports; dramatics; debate; singing; and playing the piano with the Huntsville town orchestra. He graduated from the University of Utah in 1897 as Class President and Valedictorian. From 1897 to 1899, he served in Great Britain as Missionary, spending most of that time in Scotland, the land of his ancestry. He returned home in the fall of 1899 and accepted a teaching position at Weber Stake Academy. On January 2, 1901, he married Emma Ray Riggs in the Salt Lake Temple; they had seven children. He began a career in teaching and assumed that would be his lifetime vocation. He was fully satisfied with what he believed would be a lifelong career in education when in 1906 everything changed: three members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles died, and David O. McKay, at age thirty-two, was called to that quorum. Elder McKay was the most widely traveled Church leader of his day, an ambassador to a worldwide Church. In 1920-1921 he toured the missions of the world, stopping at many places never before visited by a General Authority. From 1922 to 1924, he was back in Europe, this time as president of the European Mission (see Europe). His success there became legendary, as he did much to improve the public image of the Church. He also revitalized missionary work by urging every Latter-day Saint to make a commitment to bring one new member into the Church each year. In later years he became famous for his motto "Every member a missionary," an emphasis that began in Europe in 1923. In addition, he urged the Saints to remain in Europe rather than to emigrate to America, promising them that one day the full program of the Church, including sacred temples, would be made available in their homelands. In 1934, Heber J. Grant chose David to be his Second Counselor in the First Presidency. Seventeen years later, he succeeded George Albert Smith to become President himself. President McKay's administration was one of unprecedented growth. Indeed, when he died, it was said that two thirds of the membership of the Church could remember no other President. Nevertheless, it was a period of challenges, many of them occasioned by that very growth. The first stakes outside of North America were organized during his administration. Finding local leadership in nations where the Gospel seed had only recently been planted caused much concern and the Brethren were constantly traveling to insure that false doctrine did not creep in to the newly organized stakes. President McKay was privileged to announce and later dedicate the Temple in Bern, Switzerland, one that perhaps set the pattern for the smaller Temples that are beginning to dot the land today. President McKay was a great innovator and needed to be to solve the myriad of problems the growing Church faced. In 1961 he authorized ordaining members of the First Council of the Seventy to the office of high priest, which gave them the right to preside at stake conferences and thus eased the growing administrative burdens of the Quorum of the Twelve, and in 1967 he inaugurated the position of Regional Representative of the Twelve. In 1965 he also took the unusual step of expanding the number of counselors in the First Presidency, as his own ability to function effectively became impaired with age. David O. McKay died January 18, 1970, well beloved by his people. At the time of his death, two out of every three members of the Church had known no prophet other than President McKay.

McKee, Aurilla

McKee, Aurilla
Of Vernal, Utah US

Aurilla McKee

Class of 1912. Aurilla McKee (female), of Vernal, Utah. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1912. Source 1: 1912 BYU Mizpah, BYH section, photos and names on pp. 1 - 62, 105. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1912. Aurilla McKee. She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1912. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 6, page 310.

McKee, Elsie

McKee, Elsie

Elsie McKee

Class of 1921. Elsie McKee. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1921. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 382.

McKell, Eldon Clair
1741 Driftwood Dr
Provo, Utah 84604-2161 US

Eldon & Claudia McKell
  • Cell: (801) 592-6199
  • Home: (801) 379-0128

Class of 1951. Eldon Clair McKell. BYH Chorus. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Finance and Banking/Accounting 1958. Wife: Claudia Lee Ord McKell. They have 18 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Eldon Clair McKell is a grandson of Milo Andrus and Lucy Loomis Tuttle Andrus. ~ ~ ~ ~ Career in Banking in Southern California (Bank of America). Real Estate Representive (Broker) for LDS Church in Southern California. Served as Mission President in Alabama Birmingham (1995-1998). Semi-Retired Real Estate Broker in Provo. Hobbies: tennis, classic cars and traveling to visit children in Virgina, Idaho, California and Utah. @2008 Eldon Clair McKell, Mountain Security Realty, Manager @2010
[Please do not confuse with non-alumnus Clair J. McKell in Salt Lake City, Utah; Wife: Kathleen H McKell]

McKell, Lea Marelda [Leah]

McKell, Lea Marelda [Leah]
Boulder City, Nevada US

Leah & Frank / Levi Wheelwright / Taylor

Classes of 1920 and 1924. Lea McKell [Leah]. In 1923, Leah McKell was enrolled at BYU by correspondence, from Colorado Springs, Colorado. In 1924 Lea McKell of Spanish Fork, Utah, is listed as a BYU Junior in Education. Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1923-24, 1924-25, and 1925-26. ~ ~ ~ ~ She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1920. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 324. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1924. Lea McKell. She received a Normal Diploma, Class of 1924. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, Page 324. ~ ~ ~ ~ Lea [Leah] Marelda McKell was born on February 25, 1899 in Spanish Fork, Utah. Her parents were William Boyack McKell and Esmarelda Andrus McKell. ~ ~ She married twice: first, to Frank Bernard Wheelwright on June 11, 1926. Frank B. Wheelwright was born on June 12, 1898 in Ogden, Utah. His parents were John Wheelwright and (Daisy) Johanna Jenkins Wheelwright. Frank B. Wheelwright died on November 6, 1969 in Boulder City, Clark County, Nevada. ~ ~ Lea McKell Wheelwright second married Levi Alford Taylor on February 14, 1978 in Boulder City, Nevada. Levi Alford Taylor was born on October 25, 1892 in Loa, Wayne County, Utah. His parents were Levi Allen Taylor and Rhoda Catherine Jameson Taylor. Levi A. Taylor died on August 24, 1987 in Strawberry Valley, Utah County, Utah. His interment, Loa, Utah. [Levi A. Taylor married four times, to Sarah Jennie Burr on April 23, 1913 in Manti, Utah; to Lillie Adelia Allen (mar. Coleman) on March 5, 1924 in Salt Lake City, Utah; to Dorthea Keller on September 16, 1972 in Manti, Utah; and to Leah Marelda McKell (mar. Wheelwright) on February 14, 1978 in Boulder City, Nevada.]

McKell, William Ellsworth

McKell, William Ellsworth
Provo, Utah US

William and Freda McKell

Faculty & Staff, including 1953-54, 1954-55, and 1955-56. William E. McKell. Teacher of Industrial Arts. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: William Ellsworth McKell passed away peacefully on Friday October 5th, 2007 in Provo, Utah. He was 87 years old. William was born in Spanish Fork, Utah on December 21st, 1919 to Robert Dewey and Mary Ellsworth McKell. He graduated from Payson High School, attended Brigham Young University, and later received a Bachelor's Degree from Utah State University, a Master's Degree from Texas A&M, and his Doctorate of Education from Utah State University. He taught High School in Santaquin, and Payson, and Jr. High in Spanish Fork. He also taught at BY High School for a few years. Dr. McKell worked at the Utah State Office of Education, and was the Director of the Industrial and Business Education Departments for Granite School District. He retired as a Professor at BYU in the Industrial and Vocational Education Departments, and previously served as their Department Chairman. William married his sweetheart Freda Leifson McKell in the Salt Lake City Temple in 1942. They spent over 65 years together in a marriage of devotion and love for each other, and have resided in Provo, Utah for over 35 years. During his adult life, William served as Liaison officer for the Air Force Academy for the State of Utah. He was the Faculty Advisor of the Flying Club at BYU. He served in the Boy Scouts of America, was a past Commander of Post 13 of the American Legion, and served in the Golden Kiwanis for many years. William served in the National Guard, the Army Air Corp., and was a B-17 pilot in WWII. He was shot down over the North Sea and was a POW in Germany for 2 years in the Stalag Luft 3 and Stalag 7-A POW camps. He retired as a Lt. Col. in the USAF Reserves. He loved fishing and camping with his family at Nebo Creek, gardening, woodworking, and he loved traveling to visit his family. He served as a counselor in the Bishopric, he was a BYU Branch President, and served a mission with his wife where he was the Director of the Idaho Falls Temple Visitor's Center. He was a Temple worker in the Provo Temple. William is survived by his sweetheart Freda and his children, Robert McKell (Connie), Barbara McKell Evenson (John), Gayle McKell Barton (Quinn), Sheila McKell [Shelly] Bos, and Annette McKell Davieau. He is also survived by 17 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren, his sister Jean Marie Goodwin (Jack) and 2 brothers, Cyrus McKell (Betty) and Melburn McKell (Judy). He is preceded in death by his parents and step-father Frank Hardy, and brother Lynn McKell. Funeral services were held on October 10th, 2007 at the Pleasant View 4th ward chapel (2900 North 650 East Provo, Utah). Internment, Spanish Fork Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, October 8, 2007.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Note from Irwin Wiser, '56: "Dr. McKell taught Industrial Arts at BYH. He introduced some of us to electronics by having our class build a crystal radio set. Surprisingly, the darn thing worked!" @2007

McKendrick, Wilford McGavin

McKendrick, Wilford McGavin
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Wilford and Lydia McKendrick

BY Academy High School Class of 1889 and 1891, and BYA Collegiate Class of 1894 and 1897. Faculty. Wilford McGavin McKendrick. ~ ~ ~ ~ In 1889, Wilford McKendrick received a high school Certificate: Bookkeeping. Source: Utah Enquirer, May 28, 1889. ~ ~ ~ ~ BY Academy High School Normal Class of 1891. W. M. McKendrick. Received a high school Normal Diploma on May 21, 1891. Source: Graduation Program of the Normal Class of 1891. ~ ~ ~ ~ Wilford McKendrick. BY Academy Collegiate Class of 1894. He received the degree, Bachelor of Pedagogy (B. Pd.) on May 24, 1894. Source 1: Ogden Standard Examiner, May 26, 1894. Source 2: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 1, page 12. ~ ~ ~ ~ BY Academy Collegiate Class of 1897. Wilford M. McKendrick. Received the degree of Bachelor of Didactics (B. D.) in May of 1897. Source: The (Provo) Daily Enquirer, May 27, 1897. ~ ~ ~ ~ Faculty & Staff. Wilford M. McKendrick, Librarian, Mathematics & Geography, 1885-1899. He appears in a photo of the first faculty to serve under Principal Benjamin Cluff in 1892. Among other positions McKendrick served as the librarian at Brigham Young Academy. ~ ~ ~ ~ Wilford was born on June 12, 1870 in Tooele, Utah. His parents were Robert Kennedy McKendrick, and Agnes McGavin McKendrick. Wilford married Lydia Wilson. They had eight children. ~ ~ ~ ~ Wilford McGavin McKendrick served as principal of Weber Stake Academy, the predecessor of Weber State University from 1908-1910. McKendrick had been a faculty member at Weber Academy before he became the principal, filling the vacancy left by David O. McKay when he resigned to serve as a member of the Quorum of the Twelve. Among other Church positions, he served as a counselor in the Ogden Stake presidency. ~ ~ ~ ~ Wilford M. McKendrick died on Monday, May 11, 1936 at the age of 66 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

McKenzie, Bertha

McKenzie, Bertha

Bertha McKenzie

Class of 1914. Bertha McKenzie. She received a BYH Special Certificate in Arts Supervision (2 years) in 1914. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 129.

McKenzie, David

McKenzie, David
Provo, Utah US

David McKenzie

Faculty & Staff. David McKenzie, Bible teacher, 1893-1900.

McKinnon, Cathlene LaRue
2358 Boardwalk Ct
Burley, Idaho 83318-2183 US

Cathi and Maurice W. Darrington
  • Home: 208-678-9220

Class of 1961. Cathlene LaRue "Cathi" McKinnon. Dramatics, Chorus, Yld Cat Newspaper Reporter, Wildcat Yearbook, Seminary Graduate. BYU 1965. Married Maurice W. Darrington. Alternate address: Cathi M. Darrington, Piltzville, Milltown, MT 59851 - (406) 258-6576. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Max Eugene McKinnon, Sr., and Tresa Andersen McKinnon, of Mesa, Arizona. They have six children: Cathlene LaRue McKinnon [BYH Class of 1961] (Maurice) Darrington; Marilyn McKinnon [BYH Class of 1964] (Robert Stewart) Beck; Max Eugene McKinnon, Jr. [BYH Class of 1965]; Cheryl McKinnon [BYH Class of 1968], Merle McKinnon, Troy McKinnon, and Cara McKinnon [1998].

McKinnon, Cheryl
408 4th Ave %23408
Kirkland, Washington 98033 US

Cheryl Carwin

Class of 1968. Cheryl McKinnon. Chorus. Assistant Director, The Christmas Carol by Dickens in senior year. Her parents: Max Eugene McKinnon, Sr., and Tresa Andersen McKinnon, of Mesa, Arizona. They have six children: Cathlene LaRue McKinnon [BYH Class of 1961] (Maurice) Darrington; Marilyn McKinnon [BYH Class of 1964] (Robert Stewart) Beck; Max Eugene McKinnon, Jr. [BYH Class of 1965]; Cheryl McKinnon [BYH Class of 1968], Merle McKinnon, Troy McKinnon, and Cara McKinnon [1998]. Cheryl married ____ Carwin. --@2001

McKinnon, Marilyn
2027 East 9th Street
Tucson, Arizona 85719 US

Marilyn and Robert Beck
  • Work: (520) 624-3058

Class of 1964. Marilyn McKinnon. Junior Prom Queen, Varsity Cheerleader, Dramatics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Pep Club, Model U.N. BYU 1968. Married Robert Stewart Beck. PRESIDENT 2000, American Association for Medical Transcription: Marilyn McKinnon, 4148 N. Via Villas, Tucson, Arizona 85719 - (520) 408-1448 ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Max Eugene McKinnon, Sr., and Tresa Andersen McKinnon, of Mesa, Arizona. They have six children: Cathlene LaRue McKinnon [BYH Class of 1961] (Maurice) Darrington; Marilyn McKinnon [BYH Class of 1964] (Robert Stewart) Beck; Max Eugene McKinnon, Jr. [BYH Class of 1965]; Cheryl McKinnon [BYH Class of 1968], Merle McKinnon, Troy McKinnon, and Cara McKinnon [1998].

McKinnon, Max Eugene, Jr.
1914 Gregory Way
Bremerton, Washington 98337-5701 US

Max and Jill McKinnon
  • Home: (360) 782-2277

Class of 1965. Max McKinnon. Football, Basketball, Track, Y Club, French Club, Ski Club, Drama, Wildcat Yearbook Staff, Seminary 4 years. His parents: Max Eugene McKinnon, Sr., and Tresa Andersen McKinnon, of Mesa, Arizona. They have six children: Cathlene LaRue McKinnon [BYH Class of 1961] (Maurice) Darrington; Marilyn McKinnon [BYH Class of 1964] (Robert Stewart) Beck; Max Eugene McKinnon, Jr. [BYH Class of 1965]; Cheryl McKinnon [BYH Class of 1968], Merle McKinnon, Troy McKinnon, and Cara McKinnon [1998]. ~ ~ ~ ~ Household: Max E McKinnon Jr, Scott A. Engelker, Jill S. Mckinnon, @ Tresa A. Mckinnon. @2009 ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to maxmckinnon@earthlink.net bounced back. @2010

McKinnon, Merle E.
1949 East Dana Avenue
Mesa, Arizona 85204 US

Merle McKinnon

Class of 1974. Merle McKinnon (male). Merle E. McKinnon, BYU TC Industrial Arts Comp 1980, BYU BS Tech Teacher Educ 1980. His father was an Industrial Arts teacher at BYU. Members of this class were in the BY elementary school's sixth grade in 1968. Had the school remained open, many would have graduated together in 1974.

McKinnon, Troy
2115 North Sunset
Layton, Utah 84040-6722 US

Troy McKinnon
  • Work: (801) 444-9568

Centennial Class of 1976. Troy McKinnon.

McKnight, Ralph Gledhill
430 North 620 East
Mapleton, Utah 84664 US

Ralph McKnight
  • Work: 530-273-7284
  • Home: 530-432-8203

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member. Attended BYH, then graduated from Corvallis High School. Attended Oregon State University. Received BS from BYU. Since has attended three other colleges. Served in Ohio Mission (Northern Kentucky and West Virginia). Married Marianne Wilson of Mesa, Arizona, and they have two sons, three daughters, three grandchildren, and one on the way. Past work experience as a geochemist, assayer, consultant and precious metals refiner. Currently (since 1986) a senior chemist at Cranmer Engineering, Inc. of Grass Valley, California, a small water-testing laboratory. Expert in the preservation of family records, including photographs, journals, family histories, and genealogy (see website). Ralph also assists his wife in her writing and publishing business ( http://www.mmprod.net/) ~ ~ ~ Previous address: P.O. Box 2524, Grass Valley, California 95945.

McLaughlin, Lola

McLaughlin, Lola
Pocatello, Idaho US

Lola McLaughlin

BYH Class of 1924. Lola McLaughlin, of Pocatello, Idaho. Lola is listed as a 4th Year (senior) student in the Brigham Young High School Class of 1924. Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1923-24, 1924-25, and 1925-26.

McLauren, David

David McLauren

Class of 1953. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, All State Athletics, Ski Club, Chorus Vice President.

McLean, Fanny G. [Fannie]

McLean, Fanny G. [Fannie]
Provo, Utah US

Fanny McLean

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Classes of 1906 and 1933. Class of 1906. Fannie G. McLean. She received an Honorary Batchelor of Pedagogy degree (B. Pd. ~ Honorary) in May of 1906. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 1, Page 26. ~ ~ ~ ~ Faculty & Staff. Fannie McLean, Training School, 1908-1926. ~ ~ ~ ~ She was also a teacher in Pleasant Grove during various years between 1901 and 1928. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1933. Fanny G. McLean. She earned an A.B. Degree in 1933. Source: Annual Record, Students Record of Class Standings, B.Y. Academy, Book 2, page 188. ~ ~ ~ ~ Fanny G. McLean was born on November 25, 1877 in Spanish Fork, Utah. Her parents were J. H. Ward and Mary Ann McLean. She was a school teacher during her entire career. She never married. She died on July 31, 1954 in Salt Lake City, Utah, where she had lived for 26 years. She died at the age of 76. Her interment, Provo, Utah.

McMullin, Estella

McMullin, Estella

Estella McMullin

BY Academy High School Class of 1887. Estella McMullin received a Teacher's Certificate. Source: Deseret Evening News, May 21, 1887.

McMullin, Robert Wallace

McMullin, Robert Wallace

R. W. McMullin

Brigham Young High School Graduate, Class of 1908. R. W. McMullin. Source: 1908 BYH Commencement Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1908. R. W. McMullin , a Normal graduate. BYU [& BYH] Class of 1908 Listing of BYH Normal, High School, Commercial, Music, Agriculture, and Arts & Trades graduates. Source: Brigham Young University & Normal Training School, Catalogue & Announcements, for 33rd Academic Year, 1908-1909, pp. 128-130. ~ ~ ~ ~ Robert Wallace McMullin was born on May 12, 1884. His parents were David McMullin and Ruth C. Parker McMullin. R. W. McMullin died on May 22, 1951. His interment, Payson City Cemetery, Utah.

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