Alphabetical Alumni

Watts, Howard B.
6 North 990 East
American Fork, Utah 84003-2924 US

Howard and Vicki Watts
  • Work: (801) 756-8858

Class of 1971. Howard Watts. BYU BS IPA 1979. Married Vicki Eddy. His parents: Stanley Howard Watts and Emily Kelly Watts. They had three daughters and one son: Janice Watts Jones [BYH Class of 1960], Provo, Utah; Susan Watts (Richard) Coon, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Judy Watts (Edward) Cannon, McKinleyville, California; and Howard (Vicki) Watts [Class of 1971], American Fork, Utah.

Watts, James Doyle

Watts, James Doyle
Sonora, California US

Jim Watts

Class of 1969. Jim Watts. HIS OBITUARY: James Doyle Watts, 46, of Sonora, California, born March 1, 1951, died Saturday, February 7, 1998, at his home. Mr. Watts was a native of Provo, Utah. Jim lived in Sonora for nine years. He was a computer program manager with Sun Microsystems for 12 years. He was a member of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Sonora First Ward. He is survived by his children, James D. Watts, Thomas J. Watts, William K. Watts, Heather L. Watts, Carol A. Watts, Lisa M. Watts and Elizabeth A. Watts, all of Sonora, Melinda Watts Garren of Rexburg, Idaho; his father, Verdun A. Watts, Sr., of Utah; a brother, Verdun A. Watts, Jr. of New York; and sisters, Edyth Watts Meridith and Connie Watts Post, both of California. He was predeceased by his sister, Carolyn Watts Sargent. A funeral was held Wednesday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Sonora. Interment, Mt. Shadow Cemetery. [The Modesto Bee, February 10, 1998]. [Leukemia] His parents: Verdun Austin Watts, Sr. [BYH Class of 1939] and Bernice Peay Watts. They had five children: Connie Watts ( ) Post (dec.), Carolyn Watts [BYH Class of 1955] ( ) Sargent (dec.), Santa Maria, California; Edyth Ann Watts [BYH Class of 1960] ( ) Meredith, San Rafael, California; Verdun Austin Watts, Jr. [BYH Class of 1962] (Jo Ann), Morehead, Kentucky; James D. Watts [BYH Class of 1969] (dec.) ( ), Sonora, California.

Watts, Janice Kay
769 East 2730 North
Provo, Utah 84604-4030 US

Janice & Bradley Jones
  • Work: 801-374-0303
  • Home: 801-367-7705

Class of 1960. Janice Watts. Student Body Cheerleader. Homecoming Queen, Sweetheart Queen Attendant, Chorus, Hi-Steppers, Ski Club, Seminary Graduate, Soph Class Social Chair. BYU BS Elementary Education & Teaching Certificate 1965. Married Bradley D. Jones. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Stanley Howard Watts and Emily Kelly Watts. They had three daughters and one son: Janice Watts Jones [BYH Class of 1960], Provo, Utah; Susan Watts (Richard) Coon, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Judy Watts (Edward) Cannon, McKinleyville, California; and Howard (Vicki) Watts [BYH Class of 1971], American Fork, Utah. @2010

Watts, Orvil A.

Watts, Orvil A.
Fillmore, Utah US

Orvil Watts

BYH Class of 1924. Orvil A. Watts of Fillmore, Utah. Orvil was listed as a a 3rd Year (junior) student at Brigham Young High School in 1924. However, in 1925 he was listed as a BYH Freshman, indicating that he had graduated from high school in the year before. Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1923-24, 1924-25, and 1925-26.

Watts, Verdun Austin Jr. (1962)
672 N 100 W
Brigham City, Utah 84302 US

Verdun and JoAnn Watts
  • Cell: 435-237-1158
  • Home: 435-239-8078

Class of 1962. Verdun Austin Watts, Jr. Band, Seminary Graduate, Model U.N. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Accountancy 1968. BYU Master of Accountancy 1969. Married Jo Ann. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents are Verdun Austin Watts, Sr. [BYH Class of 1935] and Bernice Peay Watts. His parents had five children: Carolyn Watts [BYH Class of 1955] Sargent (dec.), Santa Maria, California; Edyth Ann Watts [BYH Class of 1960] Meredith, San Rafael, California; Verdun Austin Watts, Jr. [BYH Class of 1962] (Jo Ann), (formerly Morehead, Kentucky) Brigham City, Utah; James D. Watts [BYH Class of 1969] (dec.), Sonora, California; and Connie Watts (Greg) Post, Rescue, California. Verdun Watts Jr. is involved in business, computer hardware. @2011

Watts, Verdun Austin, Sr. (1935)

Watts, Verdun Austin, Sr. (1935)
Orem, Utah US

Verdun & Bernice Watts

BYH Class of 1935. Verdun Austin Watts, Sr. ~ ~ ~ ~ His BYH graduation date confirmed in graduating class list, Salt Lake Telegram, May 7, 1935, p. 14. ~ ~ ~ ~ BS Accounting BYU 1947. MBA Business Northwestern State University, Alva, Oklahoma 1948. ~ ~ ~ ~ First married Bernice Constance Peay Watts, born September 27, 1918, Provo, Utah, and she died August 30, 1969. Her parents: Parley P. Peay and Emma Poulsen Peay. Verdun Sr. and Bernice had five children: Connie Watts Post; Carolyn Watts [BYH Class of 1955] Sargent (dec.), Santa Maria, California; Edyth Ann Watts [BYH Class of 1960] Meredith, San Rafael, California; Verdun Austin Watts, Jr. [BYH Class of 1962] (Jo Ann), Morehead, Kentucky; and James D. Watts [BYH Class of 1969] (dec.), Sonora, California. ~ ~ ~ ~ Verdun Sr. second married Betty Rae Wilkinson Nelson Watts in 1970. ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Betty Rae Wilkinson Nelson Watts, 82, of Orem, Utah, died December 4, 2003. She was born July 31, 1921, in Ogden, Utah, the only child of George E. and Lyndall Farr Wilkinson. She married Torvall L. Nelson on April 4, 1942. They were later divorced. They had six children, Lyndalll Pearl (deceased), Steven (Phyllis), Linda (Gregory) Clark, Carole (Jan) Jensen, David (Suzanne), and Trudy (Gary) Ovard. Betty married Verdun A. Watts, Sr., in the Salt Lake Temple on June 1, 1970. Betty Rae attended the University of Utah, the LDS Business College, and graduated with honors from Brigham Young University. She was among the first librarians in the Alpine School District, helping design five new media centers and later becoming district supervisor of libraries. She enjoyed serving in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, particularly as a missionary with her husband in the St. Louis Missouri Mission. Betty Rae is best known for her cheerful smile and happy outlook on life. Her children as well as the children of her second marriage consider her a wonderful mother. Her posterity includes 18 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, December 8, 2003 in Orem. Interment, Orem City Cemetery. [Deseret Morning News, Sunday, December 7, 2003] ~ ~ ~ ~ Parents and siblings of Verdun A. Watts, Sr.: John Alma Watts and Alice Lovina Dame Watts. John and Alice Watts had two daughters and four sons: Orvil A. (Hazel) Watts, Provo, Utah; Verdun A. (Berniece, then Betty) Watts, Sr., Orem, Utah; Ruth Dame Watts (Ralph) Thompson (dec.) ; Alton F. Watts (dec.); Elaine D. Watts (dec.); and J. Clayton Watts (dec.). ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Verdun Austin Watts, Sr. age 91, died Sunday March 8, 2009, in Rescue, California, in the home of Greg & Connie Watts Post with whom he was living. He was born February 6, 1918, in Kanosh, Millard County, Utah, to John Alma & Alice Lovina Dame Watts. Verdun first married Bernice Peay, March 19, 1937. They were the parents of 5 children: Carolyn Ruth Watts [BYH Class of 1955] Sargent (deceased); Edyth Ann Watts [BYH Class of 1960] Meredith; Verdun Austin Watts, Jr. [BYH Class of 1962]; James Doyle Watts [BYH Class of 1969] (deceased); and Connie Watts Post. After Bernice's decease in 1969, Verdun second married Betty Rae Wilkinson (Nelson) on June 1, 1970. They served a mission together to the Missouri Saint Louis mission. He received his Bachelor's degree from BYU, his Master's degree in Business Administration from Northwestern University. He worked for US Steel as an accountant for 32 years. He loved his family, gardening, running and playing racquetball. He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints serving in the High Council of the Sharon Stake, Counselor in three Bishoprics, Temple Worker in Provo & Mount Timpanogos Temple in American Fork. Verdun is survived by his children, Verdun Austin Watts, Jr., Bountiful, Utah; Edyth Watts Meredith, Valley Village, California; and Connie Watts (Greg) Post, Rescue, California. He has 24 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, wives, daughter & son. [Connie Watts Post, PO Box 905, Shingle Springs, California 95682 ~ (530) 676-3441] Funeral services were held Saturday March 21, 2009, LDS Chapel, 800 South 400 East, Orem. Interment, Orem City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, Wednesday, March 18, 2009.]

Wayman, Gail
4186 North Canyon Road
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Gail and Lew Burnham
  • Work: 801-221-0348

Class of 1952 ~ Honorary. Gail Wayman. She attended BY Elementary School and Brigham Young Junior High School. After tranferring to another school, she maintained friendships at BYH, and attends reunions at BYH. She married Lew Burnham. @2007

Wayman, Reid Lee

Wayman, Reid Lee
Lehi, Utah US

Reid and Ursula Wayman

Class of 1945. Reid L. Wayman. Reid was born on April 8, 1927. He died on March 14, 2005 at the age of 77. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Reid Lee Wayman Reid Lee Wayman, 77, died March 14, 2005 in Provo, Utah. He was born April 8, 1927 in Price, Utah to Wallace R. Wayman and Mary Hatch Wayman. He married Ursula Wehrli, June 11, 1954 in the Idaho Falls Temple. He was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and served diligently where he was called. He was most proud of his "six daughters who each had a brother." Reid graduated from BY High in the Class of 1945, and he earned a degree from Brigham Young University in Botany. He served a mission to the North Central States Mission and served during the Korean Conflict. Shortly after his marriage, he moved his family to Payson and taught school in Goshen for a short time while developing a farm on West Mountain with his brother, Craig. Later, he relocated to the Lehi area and created an orchard with his son, Craig Eric Wayman. He was instrumental in organizing the town of Saratoga Springs and served on the town council. He was a lifetime member of the Farm Bureau and annually helped with the Utah County Fair. He was honored as Utah State Horticulturist of the Year. He enjoyed gardening, fishing, hunting and creating beautiful artistic things. But most of all, he loved his family and he loved people! He is survived by his wife, Ursula, six daughters and son, Cherie Eskridge (Chris) Lincoln, Nebraska; Natasha Schaeler (David) Queen Creek, Arizona; Lisa Hickman (Eric) Colfax, California; Craig Eric (Mindy) Saratoga Springs, Utah; Margo Carlson (Bill) Las Vegas, Nevada; Michelle Harley (Shawn) American Fork, Utah; Rebecca Neal (David) Bella Vista, Arkansas; 30 grand children, 8 great-grandchildren, a brother; Craig W. Wayman, Pleasant Grove, Utah; and sisters Gail Burnham, Provo, Utah; and Carol Barnes Seattle, Washington. He was preceded in death by his parents, sister, Lynette Wille, and grandson, Jeremy Craig Wayman. Funeral services were held Friday March 18th at the Saratoga Springs Stake Center, 587 S. Saratoga Road. Directions: From Lehi take Main Street west to Redwood Road, South to 6800 South, then East to Saratoga Rd. Internment, Payson City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, March 16, 2005]

Weaver, Richard Bruce

Weaver, Richard Bruce
St. George, Utah US

Richard and Beatrice Weaver

Class of 1951. Richard Weaver. Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Photography Club, Thespians, Skating Club, Chorus. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Richard Bruce Weaver, 71, passed away on November 24, 2004 in St. George, Utah. He was born January 6, 1933 in Brooklyn, New York to Kenneth Conray Weaver and Alice Rushford Harvey. He married Beatrice Kleinman on July 6, 1963 in the St. George Temple. They are the parents of four sons. Richard spent the first 11 years of his life in Roselle Park, New Jersey where he attended elementary school. He then moved to Utah and attended schools in Ogden and Salt Lake, graduating from BY High School in Provo, Utah in 1951. After graduation, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy for four years where he was trained as a Sonarman. Upon his release from the Navy, he was called as a Latter-day Saint missionary to the California mission for two years. After completing his mission, he graduated in 1963 from Utah State University with a Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering. His entire engineering career was spent with IBM in Rochester, Minnesota; San Jose, California; and Tucson, Arizona. Richard was a dedicated member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served in numerous positions, including Bishop. Retirement to St. George from Tucson, Arizona, in 1998 provided the opportunity for Richard to fulfill his goal of service to the community and church. He also had the privilege of becoming a member of the Southern Utah Heritage Choir, which he considered not only an enjoyable experience but an inspirational one as well. He loved life and accepted the challenge of many learning experiences afforded us here on earth. Survivors include his wife, Beatrice, children Bruce (Shalane) and David (Bronna) of Tucson, Arizona, Steven (Marielle) of Carlton, Oregon, and John (Becky) of Morgan Hill, California, and 10 grandchildren. Brothers Robert (Wilma) of Salt Lake City, Utah, Paul (Bonnie) St. George, Utah, Stan (Janet) of Provo, Utah, and brother-in-law Leland (Ada Jane) Kleinman of St. George, Utah. He is preceded in death by his parents, stepmother, and in-laws. Funeral services were held Tuesday, November 30, 2004 at the Mulberry Chapel in St. George, Utah. Interment, Toquerville Cemetery. [The Spectrum, St. George, Utah, November 28, 2004.]

Webb, Alile

Webb, Alile

Alile Webb

B. Y. Academy Class of 1902. Miss Alile Webb. In 1897 at Commencement Exercises, Miss Alile Webb was called upon to deliver a short speech, since she was the president of the Class of 1902 (7th Graders) at that time. Source: (Provo) Daily Enquirer, May 24, 1897. [The given name Alile is fairly clear, but may be incorrectly spelled, or a nickname.]

Webb, Alisyn [not Alyson] Marie
43051 N. 15th St. West, %23234
Lancaster, California 93534 US

Alisyn M. Webb
  • Cell: 661-557-0384

Class of 1962. Alisyn [not Alyson] Marie Webb. Dramatics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Pep Club, Poetry Festival, Thespians, Model U.N., Newspaper, Y'd World Yearbook, All State Chorus, Anna B. Hart Award. @2001 ~ ~ ~ ~ Alisyn M. Webb, BYU BA Art 1967. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alisyn M Webb, 1341 W Avenue J4, Unit 107, Lancaster, CA 93534-4002 - (661) 949-0111 - Age: 60-64 @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ <1--Form Name = ProfileUpdate NameAtGraduation = Alisyn Marie Webb Address = 43051 N. 15th St. West, #234 CityStateZip = Lancaster, CA 93534 Cell Phone = 661-557-0384 SubmitterEmail = YearOfGraduation = 1962 Comments = -->Taught 7th and 8th grade art and English for 33 years in the Lancaster School District. This year, 2019, after a small flood, I moved to a new address and I turned 75. @2019

Webb, C. Wildon [Cecil Wildon]

Webb, C. Wildon [Cecil Wildon]
Sunnyvale, California US

Wildon and Shirley Webb

Class of 1956. Cecil Wildon Webb. Thespians President, Legislative Forum Region, Interpretive Speech, Childrens Theater, French Club Vice President, BAnd, Chorus, Model U.N., Junior Prom Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ He married Shirley. Cecil W. Webb, M.D., General and Family Practice, Sunnyvale, California. Cecil Wildon Webb was born April 30, 1938 in Lehi, Utah and died June 21, 2002 in Sunnyvale, California. His parents are Cecil Eleazer Webb and Cleo Royle Webb. Wildon passed away as a result of a sudden and fatal heart attack. He and Shirley were walking and talking in June of 2002, when he collapsed and was gone. @2006

Webb, Delbert

Webb, Delbert

Delbert Webb

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1917. Delbert Webb. He received a BS Degree from BYU in 1917. Source: Students Record of Class Standings, B.Y. Academy, Book 2, page 67.

Webb, Fredrick Nathan

Webb, Fredrick Nathan
Provo, Utah US

Fred and Marie Webb

Faculty & Staff. Fred N. Webb. Late 1940s to 1968 - Master Concert Chorus and Vocal Music Professor. BYU BA Music 1933, BYU MS Music 1954. ~ ~ ~ ~ Fredrick Nathan Webb was born January 5, 1912 in Lehi, Utah. His parents: Jesse George Webb and Tyresha Kirkham Webb, of Lehi, Utah. Fred married Marie Call on July 12, 1939. Marie was born June 24, 1910 in Brigham City, Utah. She died July 18, 2004 in Provo, Utah. Fred Webb died December 12 [not 13], 1996 in Provo, Utah of natural causes. ~ ~ ~ ~ [Fred's father Jesse Webb: Born: 28 May 1875 in Lehi, Utah; Died: 12 Feb 1973 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Fred's mother Tyresha Kirkham Webb: Born: 20 Jun 1878 in St. George, Utah; Died: 18 Apr 1948 in Provo, Utah.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Fred N. Webb, A. B., Provo, Utah, Major, Music, Pardoe Award '30; Blue Key; Chairman Pep Vodie '31; Band Manager '32; Dramatic Manager '33; Student Director Theta Alpha Phi Play '33; Department Play '31; Theta Alpha Phi '31. Source: 1933 BYU Banyan yearbook. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS SISTER: Ina Webb Richardson, daughter of Tyresha Kirkham and George Jesse Webb. She was the sole daughter, with three older and younger brothers. Ina was born in Lehi December 2, 1908 and was laid to her rest there April 22, 1991. Her husband Arthur Merle Richardson followed her on January 13, 1992. Ina received her higher education at BYU, USU, George Washington University, and the McCune School of Music and Art in Salt Lake City. From BYU she received B.A. and M.A. degrees. from 1931 to 1946 she taught school in Provo and Salt Lake schools and served students in other ways through her involvement with KSL broadcast programs and panels and organizations devoted to enriching the lives of children through music and the arts. Her efforts here reflect what I hope all Kirkhams claim as our family traits: sharing what blessings we have been granted in talent, skill, time and beliefs. Ina, like her cousin Joseph was active in the LDS Church through ward and stake music activities as well teaching in Primary, Sunday School and YWMIA. Can it surprise anyone that she taught genealogy classes as well! Ina served her sisters in the Relief Society, co-edited the ward newsletter, served a stake mission and as a Temple Square guide. Ina and Merle did not have children of their own; it is evident that there was love enough for them to share freely with the children they served. At her death Ina was survived by her brother and sister-in-law Fred and Marie Call Webb and their daughter Alyson [actually Alisyn]. ~ ~ ~ ~ Round and Round They Grow: Our garden-in-the-round developed out of my dream for a garden, our limited water supply, and some creative brainstorming about the inconveniences of our backyard. My dream had been growing for quite a while, along with the tiny tomato plants that I’d started in January. The water supply problems we faced were the possibility of drought and the limited water pressure from our one hose. The size of the plot also depressed me: how could I keep it weeded and watered? Grinning, my husband suggested a garden on a merry-go-round; what I needed was to be able to sit in the shade and let the crops come around to me to be watered, weeded, and harvested, he said. But we took that idea one step further: what about terraces that could all be watered by one circulating sprinkler head on a water pipe? I was ecstatic. My husband Fred developed a “we” attitude about the project as we spaded the ground within a fifty-foot circle and piled in about eighteen wheelbarrow loads of well-fertilized top soil. We kept the soil in place with thirty-two steppingstones, 18 by 12 by 2 inches, set on edge around the circle and reinforced with baling wire. The second tier of our circle garden is rimmed with aluminum edgings ten inches high; the third tier is smaller and higher still. We built the whole circle around a rigid, six-foot-high, plastic water pipe with a sprinkler head on it. Stepping stones in convenient places make moving from tier to tier easy. In all, we had nearly 150 square feet of planting space, watered with a turn of the tap. Our tomatoes and potatoes, started ahead of time, were only part of the project. We planted some perennials: rhubarb, four kinds of mint, and Swiss perpetual green onions. And our chives, curly parsley, Armenian cucumbers, two gorgeously purple eggplants, green peppers, and zucchini flourished within a colorful border of nasturtiums and marigolds, planted to help control insects. We’re convinced of our carousel garden’s practicality in growing a small garden with only limited water facilities, but I have to confess that the real delight of this project has been in doing it together. ~ ~ Marie Call Webb, Provo, Utah, "Random Sampler", Ensign, Apr. 1980

Webb, Ina

Webb, Ina

Ina Webb

Class of 1926. Ina Webb. Source: 1926 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section.

Webb, Jo Ellen

Jo Webb

Class of 1957. Jo Ellen Webb. Notre Maison, Chorus. [Need more information.]

Webb, John N.
165 South 200 West
Toole, Utah 84074 US

John Webb
  • Work: (435) 882-0063

Class of 1962. John N. Webb. Basketball, Dramatics, Forensics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Thespians. BYU Finance 1975. @2007

Webb, Karen
1552 Sweetwater Lane
Farmington, Utah 84025-3075 US

Karen and Arlo Nelson
  • Work: (801) 451-9413

Class of 1954. Karen Webb. Chorus, Fauvines, Notre Maison Vice President, Shorthand Club, Thespians, Type Team. BYU BS Elementary Instruction 1959. She married Arlo Nelson.

Webb, Ray Orion [Orien]

Webb, Ray Orion [Orien]
Price, Utah US

Ray and Kisten Webb

Class of 1911. Ray Webb, of Monroe, Utah. High School. Our pioneer class president, an advocate of "Monroe doctrine," an ex-sheep-tender, and an apostle of pain. He will study tooth-carpentry at Chicago next year. Source: BYHS Yearbook 1911. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: Ray Webb. He received a High School Diploma in 1911. Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 4, p. 329. ~ ~ ~ ~ Ray Orion [Orien] Webb was born on February 16, 1896 in Buckhorn Flat, Iron County, Utah. His parents were Melvin Webb and Charlotte May Eyre. He married Kisten Elore Jensen on June 20, 1918 in Junction, Piute County, Utah. He died on August 31, 1950 in Price, Utah. Interment, Price Cemetery, Utah. After his death in 1950, his wife, Kisten Jensen Webb, married Taliesin Whimpey Evans on August 28, 1956.

Webb, Vernett Clara

Webb, Vernett Clara
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Vernett and Delbert Tidwell

Class of 1921. Vernett Webb [not Weff]. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1921. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 396. ~ ~ ~ ~ Vernett Clara Webb was born on May 6, 1902 in Lehi, Utah. Her parents were Barnard Graham Webb and Clara Lina Rothe Webb. Vernett married Delbert Cleon Tidwell on January 7, 1925 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Vernett Webb Tidwell died on June 22, 1992 in Salt Lake City. Her interment, Lehi, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Vernett Clara Webb Tidwell, 90, beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, passed away June 22, 1992, Salt Lake City, Utah. Born May 6, 1902 in Lehi, Utah to Bernard Graham Webb and Clara Lena Rothe Webb. Married Delbert Cleon Tidwell, January 7, 1925 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple; he died Jan. 21, 1990. She was employed as a School Teacher, Principal in Ely, Nevada, White Pine County. She resided in McGill, Nevada for 45 years. She also taught school in Salina and the Page School in Provo. Enjoyed music, music teacher, playing the organ and piano for many organizations in the Church, School, and the DUP. Active in the Church as President, Counselor and had many other positions within the Relief Society, Primary, Sunday School, and Mutual. She is survived by her children, Eugene Tidwell, Huntsville, Alabama; Marilyn Prusse, Chico, California; Ray Tidwell, Huntsville; 19 grandchildren; 41 great-grandchildren; three brothers, Ward and Robert Webb, Lehi; and Richard Webb, American Fork; one sister, Blanche Atkinson Smith, Salt Lake City. She was preceded in death by her husband and sister, Mabel Jense. Funeral services were held Saturday, June 27, in 1992 in the Ivins Ward LDS Chapel, 1860 South 300 East, Salt Lake City, Utah. Her interment, Lehi City Cemetery, Utah. [Deseret News, Wednesday, June 24, 1992.]

Webb, Walter

Webb, Walter

Walter Webb

BY Academy High School Class of 1887. Walter Webb received a Special Certificate. Source: Deseret Evening News, May 21, 1887.

Webster, Daniel Robert II (Bobby)
1905 Angeles Glen
Escondido, CA 92029 US

Bob Webster
  • Home: 760-746-0976

Class of 1953 ~ Honorary. Bobby Webster. ~ ~ ~ ~ I was in the '53 class, but moved to Salt Lake City in 1951, where I graduated from East High. I had attended BY Elementary, BY Junior High -- BYH K-10 -- except for the 7th Grade. "Bobby" was a nickname I went by then, but no longer use. I don't know what the official records show, but my full name is Daniel Robert Webster II. Gene Speakman and I were close friends while I was there. I ran across the BY High website while searching for something else, and noticed I wasn't on the roster, and thought I'd add my name. I don't know if anyone remembers me, except for Gene, but I do remember a few of the others. @2008

Webster, Francis, Jr.

Webster, Francis, Jr.
Cedar City, Utah US

Frank Webster

Class of 1877? Francis Webster Jr. ~ ~ ~ ~ Parson U. Webster wrote this outline of the life of Francis Webster Jr.: Francis Webster Jr. was born April 7, 1858 in Cedar City. He was the first son and the second child born to Francis and Elizabeth Parsons Webster. He was reared in a large family. His father’s diary records that at the age of five, “November 18.63 a heavy load of Wood ran over my son Francis Body without injuring him.” Little more is known of young Frank’s childhood. He grew as a normal healthy boy learning at an early age how to work. He experienced many privations common to dwellers on the frontiers. At the same time there was being woven into the warp and woof of his character the influences and qualities of his surroundings strength and sturdiness. His father was a farmer and raiser of livestock, and being the first son, many responsibilities were put upon his young shoulders. He attended the schools of Cedar, and was also given much help on the side by his mother who was an exceptionally well trained woman for those days. While a young man he attended the Brigham Young Academy. Returning home he was called to serve a mission in Great Britain. Later he was called to fill a second mission in the Southern States. While he was on his second mission, his mother died. Upon his return home, I was sent to Lund with a Team and a white topped buggy to bring him home. When we got near his home he commenced crying, because of the loss of his mother. Later when John U. Webster, Uncle Frank and I were fencing on the mountain at Miners Peak, he said one day while were working and talking “No better woman ever lived than my mother”.... Francis Webster Jr. had a very strong testimony of the Restored Gospel and was very sincere and honest in the payment of his Tithes and offerings. He was very active in building up the Kingdom of God upon the earth. Prior to his death he deeded the better part of his land holdings to the Church and said to the members of his family that he was going to deed all he had to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He always rode his horse to town to Sacrament Meeting from down on the meadow north of Cedar City, about 8 miles, and was sincere about bearing his testimony and doing all he could for the church. Besides these experiences he was a farmer and livestock man of high standing. He had a fine herd of cattle, and some of the best horses in this part of the country, and cared well for them. He was sent to pick stallions to bring into this part of the country, for breeding purposes. At one time he was interested in the sheep with his brothers and he drove the first wagon and started the road west, from the Webster’s flowing well at the Butte on the west desert to the upper Nole, one of the three Webster Noles across the desert, and thence on to Wooley Springs. These two places were then the headquarters of the Webster sheep business. No one could drive a straighter line or pick a better road than he did, for the distance of about 25 miles. Francis Webster Jr. attempted to establish dry farming in the Cedar Valley west of town, at one time. Francis Webster Jr. was industrious, was honest, was a man of few words but good deeds. He was kind, prayerful, and had a high moral standard of living. He was a faithful ward teacher. He was active in helping to establish the San Juan Mission, had the experiences of the Hole-in-the-Rock crossing of the Colorado River. Francis Webster Jr. always said, “It’s never too late to make a wrong right.” Francis died July 20, 1928 and was buried in the Cedar City cemetery by the side of his father and mother. John U. Webster told why Francis Webster, Jr. never married. My experiences with uncles, aunts, cousins etc. were those of seeing them at school, church, parties and community gatherings in the common ways of association talking, playing, singing, etc., also working together farming and handling livestock. As a small boy I often wondered why Uncle Frank Webster never married, so I asked father [John James Godson Webster] one day and he told me the story of a courtship of uncle Frank and a very lovely young lady, a Miss Nielson of a good Latter Day Saint family. Her father and family were chosen to go to San Juan to settle and help build up a community. Uncle Frank didn’t want to leave Cedar City and go to San Juan. Bro. Nielson made the statement that, a young man who would not accept an invitation to go with his family to San Juan was not worthy of his daughter. Uncle Frank became so offended, that he never wanted to see any of the Nielson family again, not even his sweetheart. She made a visit back to Cedar to try to make up with Uncle Frank. Uncle Frank was hauling freight from Milford Utah to Pioche a mining town in Nevada. Father made a trip to Uncle Frank to take his place, so Uncle Frank could come back and make up with his sweetheart but Uncle Frank refused to come. This story made a terrific effect on me and right then and there I decided that I would never let anything like that ever stop me from choosing a mate and having a family. ~ ~ Parson U. Webster

Webster, Jacquelin
170 North 170 East
Orem, Utah 84057-5526

Jackie Hainsworth

Class of 1953. Chorus, Fauvines, Notre Maison Vice President, Shorthand Club, Type Team. @2001

Webster, James Weldon Jr.

Webster, James Weldon Jr.
Salt Lake City, Utah US

James Webster

Class Year Unknown (circa 1950). James W. Webster. Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeon. Named President of the LDS Hospital Medical staff in 1981. ~ ~ ~ ~ James Weldon Webster, Jr., was born on December 30, 1932 in Moscow, Idaho. His parents were James Weldon Webster, Sr., and Marie Jenkins Webster. ~ ~ ~ ~ The Dr. James W. Webster Scholarship, University of Utah, School of Medicine: A fund established in 1985 by Mrs. Cowley in memory of her husband. Dr. Webster, a thoracic cardiovascular surgeon, was killed in an auto-pedestrian accident on August 13, 1982, on the outskirts of Camp Williams, Utah, following an Army Reserve parachute drop. He had been participating in the maneuver. Interest from the endowment account provides scholarships for outstanding medical students who demonstrate dedication to the highest standards in medicine and service to others. Priority is given to those individuals who exhibit the humanitarian medical characteristics, an interest in cardiovascular medicine, and an interest in physical well-being as exhibited by Dr. James W. Webster, Jr. Selection is made by a special committee selected by Mrs. Cowley.

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