Alphabetical Alumni
Taylor, Ted Cranmer

Taylor, Ted Cranmer
Springville, Utah US

Teddy Taylor

Class of 1936. Teddy Taylor (Ted Cranmer Taylor). Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. ~ ~ ~ ~ Ted Cranmer Taylor was born March 18, 1917 in Springville, Utah. His parents were Jabez Leonard Taylor and Zella May Cranmer. He married ____ Spence on April 26, 1942. He died February 2, 1952 in Springville, Utah [or February 2, 1960]. Interment, Springville Evergreen Cemetery.

Taylor, Thomas Nicholls

Taylor, Thomas Nicholls
Provo, Utah US

Thomas and Maud Taylor

BYA Class of 1889 ~ Honorary. BYU / BYH Board of Trustees, 1921 to 1939. Thomas Nicholls Taylor (1868-1950) — also known as Thomas N. Taylor — of Provo, Utah County, Utah. Born in 1868. Democrat. Mayor of Provo, Utah, 1900-1903; delegate to Democratic National Convention from Utah, 1912. Died on October 24, 1950. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Thomas N. Taylor went to the Franklin Elementary School at 2nd South and 1st West in Provo under the principalships of Anna Larson, L.A. Wilson, and George H. Brimhall. He worked in his father's furniture store beginning at age 10. When Zina Young Williams, daughter of Brigham Young, came to teach at Brigham young Academy, she had two sons, Sterling and Thomas, who became good friends with young Tom. When he went to Brigham Young Academy in the Lewis Building on Center Street, one of his teachers was Aunt Zina, by then Zina Young Card. After the Lewis Building burned on January 27, 1884, Tom was in the group which went to the temporary school in the ZCMI warehouse at the south end of Academy (now University) Avenue. Among the many classes he took was an arithmetic class taught by Karl G. Maeser. Tom had to quit school in 1895, getting as far as our present-day 8th grade when he was seventeen. Had he continued on to graduation, he would have been in the BYA high school senior class of 1889. At the age of seventeen, he went into business for himself. More: See the TNT webpage, under construction.

Taylor, Victor R.

Taylor, Victor R.

Victor Taylor

Class of 1921. Victor R. Taylor. He was a member of the Class of 1921 as a freshman in 1918. Source 1: Freshman photo. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1921. Victor R. Taylor. Source 2: 1921 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1928. Victor R. Taylor. He received a BS Degree in Political Science in 1928. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 338.

Taylor, Wesley

Taylor, Wesley

Wesley Taylor

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1914. Wesley Taylor. He received an A.B. Degree in 1914. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 368. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1926. Wesley Taylor. He received an M.A. Degree in 1926. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 368.

Taylor, Zina Hattie

Taylor, Zina Hattie
Ogden, Utah US

Zina and John Belnap

Class of 1911. Zina Hattie Taylor, of Goshen, Utah. High School and Arts and Trades. Zina is a conscientious worker and leaves school an accomplished lady. Took physical culture in order to tread in the foot-prints of Miss Ward. Source: BYHS Yearbook 1911. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: Zina H. Taylor. She received two diplomas in 1911: a High School Diploma, and a BYH Art & Manual Training Diploma. Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 4, p. 309. ~ ~ ~ ~ Zina Hattie Taylor was born on October 9, 1890 in American Fork, Utah. Her parents were Zachariah Shadrick Taylor and Lucy Palmer Taylor. She married John Marion Belnap on August 21, 1912 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She died on May 22, 1964 in Ogden, Utah. Interment, Hooper, Weber County, Utah.

Tebbs, Myrtle

Tebbs, Myrtle
Provo, Utah

Myrtle and John Prince

Class of 1938. Myrtle Tebbs. Notre Maison. She spent part of her high school years at Garfield H.S. Myrtle, the daughter of William "Bill" Crosby Tebbs and Christena Elfa Riggs Tebbs, was born March 25, 1920. She married John Howard Prince, son of John Wilson Prince and Edith Pace Prince. They married on October 26, 1940 in Midvale, Utah. He was born June 13, 1915, in Price Carbon County, Utah. Myrtle graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1938 and gave the valedictorian address. She attended Brigham Young University one year, then left to be married, and moved to Los Angeles, California. Her husband was an industrial engineer, employed at Douglas Aircraft for many years. They were both active church workers in the Westchester Ward. John was a leader in the ward-sponsored Boy Scouts, and Myrtle a teacher in the Primary. They were very happy to own their home in Los Angeles. They had one child: (1) William Howard Prince, b. 4 Aug. 1941, Los Angeles, California. OBITUARY: John Howard Prince, born June 13, 1915 in Price, Utah. Died February 21, 1985 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery, Block 14 Lot 69. His parents: John W. Prince & Edith Ann Pace Prince. Survived by Myrtle Tebbs Prince, his wife. Myrtle Tebbs Prince lives in Provo, Utah @2013 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: 1920-2017. Myrtle Tebbs Prince returned home to her Father in Heaven and loving husband on June 20, 2017. Myrtle was born in Panguitch, Utah on March 25, 1920 to William Crosby Tebbs and Elfa Christina Riggs Tebbs. She was the 1st of 4 children. She graduated from BYHigh in Provo, Utah and was the Valedictorian of her class. She married John Howard Prince on October 26, 1940. Together they raised 3 children in Southern California where she was very active in the LDS Church serving in many callings including ward and stake primary president for many years. They retired and moved to Provo, Utah in 1971 where she was the head cashier at BYU Bookstore for 20 years. There is an annual award given in her honor at BYU called “Myrtle Prince On The Ball Award”. Her picture can be viewed in the halls of the BYU Bookstore. She was a loyal, long-term BYU Sports fan and would often attend basketball and football games. Myrtle is survived by her children, Bill Prince (Judy), Doug Prince and Kathy Vest (Tim). In her later years she enjoyed her 21 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband John, her mother, father and siblings. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, June 24, 2017 at the Oak Hills 4th Ward Chapel, 925 E. North Temple Drive, Provo, Utah. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary of Provo, 185 East Center Street, on Friday, June 23 from 6-8 p.m. and at the church Saturday from 9-9:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed at www.bergmortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, June 22, 2017]

Teetzell, Clayton Tryon

Teetzell, Clayton Tryon
Provo, Utah US

Clayton Teetzell

BY Athletic Coach 1905-1908. Coach Clayton Tryon Teetzell was a famous University of Michigan athlete who went on from coaching at BYU in Provo to UAC in Logan in Logan from 1909 to 1916 as Director of Physical Education. He then went to California. His BYU basketball record was 22 wins and 6 losses. In those days, some of the players were BYU students, but many of them were top BY High School students. The teams were called the "White & Blue".

Teichert, Fredrick L.
4207 South 500 East
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107 US

Fred Teichert
  • Work: (801) 262-6333

Class of 1970. Fred Teichert. Class Vice-President. Class of 1970 Party Committee. BYU 1974. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Robert Henri Teichert and Marjorie Abbie Childs Teichert. They had six children: Marsha Teichert Kinghorn [BYH Class of 1964]; R. Conrad Teichert [BYH Class of 1967] (Diane Farnsworth); Fredrick L. Teichert [BYH Class of 1970]; Paul R. Teichert [BYH Class of 1971]; Robin Teichert; and Barbara Teichert.

Teichert, Marsha
630 East 660 North
Orem, Utah 84097-4234 US

Marsha Kinghorn

Class of 1964 ~ Honorary? Marsha Teichert. Her parents: Robert Henri Teichert and Marjorie Abbie Childs Teichert. They had six children: Marsha Teichert Kinghorn [BYH Class of 1964]; R. Conrad Teichert [BYH Class of 1967] (Diane Farnsworth); Fredrick L. Teichert [BYH Class of 1970]; Paul R. Teichert [BYH Class of 1971]; Robin Teichert; and Barbara Teichert. ~ ~ ~ ~ Marsha married ________ Kinghorn.

Teichert, Paul R.
32694 600th Ave.
Waltham, Minnesota 55982 US

Paul Teichert
  • Work: (507)477-2221

Class of 1971. Paul R. Teichert. His parents: Robert Henri Teichert and Marjorie Abbie Childs Teichert. They had six children: Marsha Teichert Kinghorn [BYH Class of 1964]; R. Conrad Teichert [BYH Class of 1967] (Diane Farnsworth); Fredrick L. Teichert [BYH Class of 1970]; Paul R. Teichert [BYH Class of 1971]; Robin Teichert; and Barbara Teichert. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Psychology 1978. California State University at Hayward MBA 1986.

Teichert, R. Conrad [Robert Conrad]

Teichert, R. Conrad [Robert Conrad]
Provo, Utah US

Conrad and Diane Teichert

Class of 1967. R. Conrad Teichert. Letterman, President Band, Brigadier Newspaper Staff Sports Editor, Football, Basketball, Track, Preferred Man as a Senior, Class President as a Sophomore. His parents: Robert Henri Teichert and Marjorie Abbie Childs Teichert. They had six children: Marsha Teichert Kinghorn [BYH Class of 1964]; R. Conrad Teichert [BYH Class of 1967] (Diane Farnsworth); Fredrick L. Teichert [BYH Class of 1970]; Paul R. Teichert [BYH Class of 1971]; Robin Teichert; and Barbara Teichert. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Robert Conrad Teichert, 51, died November 9, 2000. He was born November 19, 1948, in Salt Lake City, to Robert Henri and Marjorie Abbie Childs Teichert. He grew up on the family ranch in Cokeville, Wyoming. He moved to Provo and graduated from Brigham Young High School. He served an LDS mission in the Philippines, 1968-1970. He was president of the BYU Young Ambassadors, and met his sweetheart, Diane Farnsworth, at BYU. They were married on April 21, 1973 in the Provo LDS Temple. He received a Masters degree in Communications from BYU in 1980. He had diverse careers that utilized all his talents; he was the voice of IFA. He loved the outdoors with his family, friends, and horses. He loved music, sports, church service, writing, and sharing his love of life. He is survived by his wife, Diane; two daughters, Corinne (Jeremy) Baird, Kimberly (Wyck) Parker; two sons, Kraig and Kyle; four grandchildren, Jaycie, Bethany, and Caden Baird, Macey Parker; parents, Robert and Marjorie Teichert, Provo; brothers and sisters, Marsha, Fredrick, Paul, Robin, Barbara. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, November 14, 2000 in the Alpine LDS Stake Center. Interment, American Fork Cemetery. [Deseret News, Sunday, November 12, 2000.] ~ ~ ~ ~ He was vice president of marketing and sales for Orem, Utah-based Cobblecrete International, Inc. [1999]. Scriptures On Cassettes, narrated by Conrad Teichert, 1 - 11 complete. Distributed by Latter Day Sounds, Inc. Provo, Utah [1976].

Tenney, Linda

Queen Creek, Arizona 85142 US

Linda and & David Turley Hansen
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Class of 1959. Linda Tenney. Senior Chorus, Thespians, Hi-Steppers. BYU: Cougarettes and Cami Los social unit. Full name: Linda Tenney Turley-Hansen. ~ ~ ~ ~ In 1962, Linda married Tillman E. Turley. They have four children. In 1977, she returned to school at Arizona State University to major in TV Broadcasting. In 1979, she was hired at KPHO-TV in Phoenix (now the CBS affiliate) and soon became the prime-time co-anchor of the Nightly News. That position included co-hosting the local segments of the Muscular Dystrophy Association telethons for the next 20 years, in which she helped raise millions of dollars for the cause. Linda retired from broadcast anchoring in 1993. She is spending part of her retirement as a conservative columnist for the Arizona Republic and East Valley Tribunes among other publications. Linda is now married to David W. Hansen, PhD, from Reno, Nevada. They celebrated their 15 years anniversary in fall of 2009. Linda and David were sealed in the Salt Lake City Temple in 2005. Combined, they are parents of seven children and 14 grandchildren. Linda and David now reside in Queen Creek, Arizona and spend their summers in Alpine, Arizona. Linda cherishes life and all it holds for those who are willing to take on the magnificent journey! Although she attended BYH only one year (her senior one) -- she fondly remembers those hallowed halls and all who shared those precious years with her. @ 2009.

Terry, Carolyn

Terry, Carolyn
10 Kolob Circle
Springville, Utah 84663-2057 US

Carolyn and Gene Faux
  • Home: (801) 489-9729

Class of 1961. Carolyn Terry. Varsity Cheerleader, Dramatics, Forensics, F.H.A. Vice President, Hi-Steppers, School Council, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, Honor Roll. BYU BS Elementary Education 1965. Married Gene Faux, BYH Class of 1962. Serving on the 45th Year Reunion committee of the Class of 1961, in 2006. @2010

Terry, Ellen
501 W. 121st St., %2336
New York City, New York 10027 US

Ellen Terry

Class of 1950. Ellen Terry. Thespians President, Fauvines, Notre Maison Vice President, French Club, Quill & Scroll, Oratory, Extemporaneous Speaking, Debate, Denver University Scholarship, Photography Club.

Terry, Jessie A.

Terry, Jessie A.

Jessie Terry

Brigham Young High School Graduate, Class of 1904. Jessie A. Terry. She also received a Special Certificate in Shorthand and Typewriting. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 144.

Terry, JoAnn
205 East 750 South
P.O. Box 711
Salem, Utah 84653 US

JoAnn and Brad Davis
  • Work: (801) 423-1131

Class of 1957. JoAnn Terry. Pep Club, Chorus. She married Brady (Brad) Davis.

Terry, Robert L.

Terry, Robert L.
12481 North 71st Drive
Peoria, Arizona 85381 US

Bob and Mary Ellen Terry
  • Work: (623) 486-1567

Class of 1958. Robert L. Terry. Student Body President. Student Body Business Manager (as a Junior), Football, Basketball, Baseball, Lettermen, Soph Class President, Radio Speaking, Childrens Theater, Thespian, Y'ld Cat Newspaper Sports Editor, Model U.N., Junior Prom Assembly Committee, Senior Hop Assembly Committee, Graduation Party Committee. BYU BA Humanities 1965. Married Mary Ellen Peterson, BY High Class of 1962. Six children, 13 grandchildren. Utah residents until 1989, Relocated to Arizona where Joe Clark (BY High Class of 1962) became our bishop. Also live in same ward as Susan Fuhriman Farley (BY High Class of 1964). ~ ~ ~ ~ National Bank of Arizona: Published on: 8/5/2001. Robert L. "Bob" Terry, Vice President/Trust Officer, has over 30 years experience in trust and estate planning. Bob has worked in a variety of capacities in the trust and financial management business including trust and tax administration and trust marketing. Bob is a graduate of Brigham Young University with a bachelor of arts degree in political science and a juris doctorate degree from Stanford Law School. [Note: Email sent to terrytribe1@msn.com is being returned unopened 2007.]

Terry, Silas

Terry, Silas

Silas Terry

Class of 1910. Silas Terry. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1910, in the Commercial Department. Source: 1910 BYU Banyan, BYH section, list on p. 83. ~ ~ ~ ~ Silas [E.?] Terry was born on August 12, 1886. His parents were Benjamin Franklin Terry and Mary Elizabeth Lay. Sadly, he died on February 23, 1911, just one year after his graduation from BYH. Interment, Draper Cemetery, Utah. [Note: He shares a headstone with James Delbert "Del" Terry, his older brother, who was born on June 14, 1876 and died on August 28, 1929.]

Tew, William Thomas, Jr.

Tew, William Thomas, Jr.
Mapleton, Utah US

William Tew

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1916, & Faculty. William T. Tew, Jr. He received an AB Degree (Chemistry) in 1916. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 432. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Faculty - Seminary. ~ ~ ~ ~ William T. Tew, Jr. President, East Central States Mission, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. ~ ~ ~ ~ Elder William T. Tew Jr., Former President of the East Central States Mission" "I am very happy to be here this afternoon and to take the place of my old friend, A. Richard Peterson. We were together in school, preparing for our missions abroad. In years past we both filled missions in foreign lands, and we have also been in foreign lands and at home presiding over missions during the past few years. I am happy to be here today to mingle with my brethren and sisters in this great tabernacle. We have been thrilled today listening to this great choir - the harmony, the volume, the fervor, the enthusiasm, the inspiration that seems to fill these singers has in turn thrilled this audience and the unseen audience that perhaps numbers hundreds of thousands. Since returning home about five or six weeks ago I have been asked many times, "Are you glad to be home?" I can honestly say to my brothers and sisters that I am glad to be home. I was glad when I was in the mission field, but when my mission was completed and I was released, why shouldn't I be glad to be back among my brethren? I believe that when one puts his whole soul into the missionary work for a period of three years or more, he deserves a release. If he doesn't put his soul into it, he deserves a release long before the three years are up. We have had great joy in our mission. The Lord has blessed us with health and strength, and He has increased our testimonies of the Gospel. We have had great joy in mingling with our Saints abroad, many of whom are here today at this great Conference. We have enjoyed the companionship, the loyalty and love of your boys and girls who have been sent there as missionaries. I want to tell you, my brethren and sisters, there is nothing in the world more dear to me than the love of these young people who have filled honorable missions in the mission field. They are an inspiration to those who labor among them; they are the stalwart defenders of the faith; they are the "hope of Israel" because the "hope of Israel" is the youth of Zion. The future of this Church and the salvation of our Church rests with the youth. My brethren and sisters and friends, I have been impressed very much within the last few days studying things regarding our Savior's life. One of the things that occurred to me last evening as well as this afternoon is the experience of our Savior as a boy of twelve in the temple of the Lord. When His mother sought Him she found Him both asking and answering questions among the wise men and lawyers of the temple. His question to her was, "Wist ye not that I must be about my Father's business?" I do not know any greater ideal, any greater goal or objective in life that you and I can have, or that young people can have in their souls than the one embodied in that question. We should be about our Father's business, and the question arises in turn, "What is our Father's business?" We have been told that the Lord's work and the Lord's glory is to bring to pass man's immortality and man's eternal life; and eternal life we are told is a quality of life, the kind of life that God Himself lives, that kind of life that Jesus, the Christ, came to give - life abundant, rich and full and joyful. That is the Lord's business; that is my business as one of His children; that is your business, my brethren and sisters, as the children of the Lord. Though we grant the fact that the Lord is Omnipotent, it seems to me that in this realm of His work, bringing to pass man's eternal life, the Lord does need you and me, because I claim -I may be wrong - but I claim the Lord cannot give me eternal life, that quality of life, that degree of joy which is celestial, unless I am willing to do my duty and keep His commandments, assist my fellow men in learning His commandments and encouraging them in keeping those commandments. I am sure the Lord spoke a glorious truth when he said to Oliver Cowdery and others: "If you should labor all your days in crying repentance unto this people, and bring save it be one soul unto me, how great shall be your joy with him in the kingdom of my Father!" And so we have rejoiced in the mission field in devoting ourselves to the service of the Lord. We have brought into the Church in the last three years between twelve and thirteen hundred souls, converts and children. We have traveled over a hundred thousand miles. I have attended and preached in more than a thousand meetings. How much good has been done rests of course with the future. My brethren and sisters, we have increased in testimony. We bear our testimony to you this afternoon that this is the work of the Lord, and the only way to bring peace and joy to the world is by knowing the Lord's commandments and by keeping them. My five minutes are up. From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank the parents of those boys and girls who have served in the mission field. I do thank them and am grateful for their lives, for their devotion and for their service. May the Lord bless these young people at home that they may keep in the harness, that they may be kept in the faith, that they may be an inspiration to all those with whom they associate, I pray in Jesus' name. Amen." [Conference Report, October 1940, Second Day-Afternoon Meeting, Elder William T. Tew Jr.]

Thacker, LaPrele

Thacker, LaPrele
Clearfield, Utah

LaPrele and Clarence Stoker

Class of 1924? LaPrele Thacker Stoker, age 96, beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and aunt, slipped peacefully away on Tuesday, November 4, 2003, in Clearfield, Utah. LaPrele was born December 1, 1906, in Charleston, Utah to Charles David Thacker and Alice Jane Wagstaff. She was raised and educated in Charleston and Heber City, Utah, and later graduated from Brigham Young Academy with a certificate of Education. She taught school in Heber City and Clearfield, Utah, where she met Clarence John Stoker. On May 29, 1933, they were married in the Salt Lake Temple and lived on a farm. She loved music and played piano in a dance band while attending high school to help the family. She also played background music for silent movies at the local theater. Later she learned to play the organ. In her late 80's and early 90's she gave private piano lessons to grandchildren and neighbor children. Mother was active in the Garden and Literary Clubs of early Clearfield and later the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers. She was active in the LDS Church and held many positions of responsibility. When she retired from teaching she took sewing lessons and learned to make pajamas, coats, and other clothing for her many grandchildren. She also made dresses, suits, pants, and blouses for herself. After Clarence retired from Clearfield as City Manager, they fulfilled a mission to the Mesa Arizona Temple Mission and served at the Visitors Center. After their release they spent the next 14 winters in Arizona until health forced them to stop. Her greatest love was for her husband Clarence and her greatest joy was her children and grandchildren, setting an example for them to emulate in all she did. Not having any daughters of her own she lovingly welcomed each daughter-in-law as they came into her life. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, one grandson, and one great-granddaughter. Surviving are her three sons: Blen David (Betty), Fairfax, Virginia; Duane Clarence (Carolyn), Clearfield, Utah; Don Stahle (Jocelyn), Mesa, Arizona; 15 grandchildren and 40 great-grandchildren, four sisters and three brothers. Funeral services were held Monday, November 10, 2003 in Clearfield, Utah. Interment, Clearfield City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Saturday, November 08, 2003].

Thacker, Ralph A.

Thacker, Ralph A.

Ralph Thacker

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1928. Ralph A. Thacker. He received a BS Degree in Mechanical Arts in 1928. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 92.

Thacker, Weldon [F. Weldon]
151 West 1950 South
Bountiful, Utah 84010-5549 US

Weldon Thacker
  • Home: 801-292-4547

Faculty & Staff Early 1960s, including 1963-64 - Seminary Teacher. F. Weldon Thacker. @2010

Thackeray, Ramona

Ramona Thackeray

Class of 1955~H. Ramona Thackeray. Attended BYH 1952-1953. Chorus.

Thatcher, George Bond

Thatcher, George Bond
Provo, Utah US

George and Sarah Thatcher

George Thatcher. He is included on a list of 59 names of the earliest students of Brigham Young Academy, taken from a file in the BYU Archives, made by an unknown contemporary student. ~ ~ ~ ~ George Bond Thatcher was born on September 17, 1858 in Farmington, Utah. His parents were George Thatcher and Emma Bond Thatcher. George B. Thatcher married Sarah Jane Beckstead on October 12, 1882 in Salt Lake City, Utah. George B. Thatcher died on February 17, 1926 in Provo, Utah. His interment, Provo, Utah.

Thatcher, Lizzie [Elizabeth Ann]

Thatcher, Lizzie [Elizabeth Ann]
Heber City, Utah US

Lizzie and Andrew McDonald

Brigham Young High School Class of 1905. Lizzie Thatcher. She also received a Certificate in Elocution. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 2, page 267. ~ ~ ~ ~ Elizabeth Ann Thatcher was born on February 29, 1872 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were George Thatcher and Mary Reese Thatcher. Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie" married Andrew McDonald on November 5, 1906 in Provo, Utah. Andrew McDonald was born on January 16, 1970 in Heber City, Utah. His parents were John McDonald and Mary Lucinda Cole McDonald. Andrew McDonald died on December 20, 1954 in Heber City, Utah. His interment, Heber City, Utah. Elizabeth Thatcher McDonald died on July 19, 1940 in Heber City, Utah. Her interment, Heber City, Utah.

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