Alphabetical Alumni
Williams, Winnifred

Williams, Winnifred

Winnifred Williams

Class of 1918. Winnifred Williams. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1918. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 134.

Williams, Zina Young

Williams, Zina Young
See Young, Zina

Zina Williams

Zina Young Williams -- See Zina YOUNG

Willis, Frank

Willis, Frank

Frank Willis

Class of 1918. Frank Willis. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1918. Source: 1918 BYU Banyan, High School section, pages 60-79.

Willis, Sara Frances
419 Winding Acres Way
Franklinton, North Carolina 27525-9803 US

Sara Wellendorf

Class of 1968. Sara Frances Willis. Her parents: John William Willis, Jr. and Sara Criss Willis. They had three children: John William Willis III; Sara Frances Willis [BYH Class of 1968], and Hallie Parker Willis.

Wilmott, Alzada

Wilmott, Alzada

Alzada Wilmott

Class of 1931. Alzada Wilmott. She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1931. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 272.

Wilson, Arthur

Wilson, Arthur

Arthur Wilson

Class of 1916. Arthur Wilson. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1916. Source: 1916 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, about 23 pages, not numbered.

Wilson, Barbara (1958-H)

Barbara Wilson

Class of 1958 - Honorary. [Students who attended BYH or BYJrH but for one reason or another graduated from other schools.]

Wilson, Barbara (1964)
4502 East Carol Avenue Unit 4
Mesa, Arizona 85206-2075 US

Barbara Clausen
  • Work: (480) 654-2207

Class of 1964. Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, Pep Club. BYU BA Music 1969.

Wilson, Beverly
9 Canyon Court
Petaluma, California 94952

Beverly Wheeler

Class of 1947. Married _____ Wheeler. --@2001

Wilson, Billie Woodrow

Wilson, Billie Woodrow
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Bill and Ethel Wilson

Class of 1932. Woodrow Wilson [not Wison]. Graduated from Brigham Young High School on Thursday, June 2, 1932. Source: The Evening Herald, Provo, Utah, Wednesday, June 1, 1932. ~ ~ ~ ~ Billie Woodrow Wilson was born March 04, 1913 in Provo, Utah. His parents were (according to Provo City Cemetery record) William Wilson and Lilly Wilkins Wilson; or (according to Riley Lenoah Wilson and Cordelia Mariah Johnson Wilson. Billie married Ethel Lucile Murdock on September 11, 1933 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Billie Woodrow Wilson died on June 9, 1999 in Salt Lake City, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Ethel Lucille Murdock Wilson, 86, beloved mother, wife, grandmother, and friend passed from this mortal life to her Heavenly home on May 15, 2000. Ethel was a model of service to everyone she met in this life. Her example of giving of oneself to her fellowman will be remembered by all as she served in the church and civic responsibilities. Her cooking, music, and most of all her love were her contribution to life. Family was her main priority always, and crown jewel in life. She was known to all as a fun-loving person, always quick with a bright smile and a cheery word. Ethel truly exemplified the Savior's admonition to "love one another." Ethel married Billie Woodrow Wilson of Provo, on September 11, 1933, and they were later sealed in the Salt Lake Temple. Ethel and Bill celebrated more than 65 years of marriage before Bill's passing in the Spring of 1999. Ethel served in various positions in the LDS Church, including Relief Society President, and Stake Relief Society President in the Provo East Stake. For many years she sang with the LDS "Singing Mothers", under the direction of Florence Jepperson Madsen. Ethel also sang and played for many weddings and funerals in Utah County. She and Bill served as LDS missionaries in Florida where she shared her love and many skills with the people they served. She is survived by a daughter, Shirley (John) Anderson of Sandy; and a son, Doug (Jeannette) Wilson, also of Sandy; 10 grandchildren; 33 great- grandchildren; and one great great- grandchild. Funeral services will be held on Friday, May 19, 2000 in the LDS Chapel located at 965 North Locust Lane (1450 East), Provo. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Wednesday, May 17, 2000.]

Wilson, Bonnie
3387-B Honeycut Road
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106-3970 US

Bonnie Gustafson
  • Home: 801-467-4959

Class of 1943. Bonnie Wilson. Fauvines 1-2-3, Fauvine Vice President 2, Notre Maison 1-2-3, Opera 1-2, Girls' Athletic Association 1-3, G.A.A. President 3, Debate 2, Spanish Club 2, Wildcat yearbook 3, Banter newspaper 1-2-3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Bonnie Wilson was married for 18 years to _____, and they had three sons, all busy in the Church and in their professions of medical doctor, dentist, and property manager. She next married Herbert Gustafson, and they have two children. Bonnie is a Social Worker. Bonnie loves tennis and has enjoyed good health. She enjoyed a wonderful visit to Israel in 1977.

Wilson, David John

Wilson, David John
Salt Lake City, Utah US

David and Mary Wilson

Class of 1911. David J. Wilson. High School. "Dame nature masked him young, I know/ And I'd be glad to bet,/ That though he's odd and twenty now,/ We have not seen him yet. Well prepared for good luck, he landed the [yearbook] editorship and makes us smile while he probes our sides with honest lies. He thinks it bad taste to tell the whole truth." Source: BYHS Yearbook 1911. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1914. David J. Wilson. He received an A.B. Degree in 1914. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 3, page 124. ~ ~ ~ ~ Judge David John Wilson was born October 27, 1887 in Midway, Wasatch County, Utah. His parents were James Brigham Wilson and Margaret Powell. He married Mary Jacobs on May 31, 1916 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He died on April 23, 1976. ~ ~ ~ ~ 1948 ELECTIONS IN UTAH: U.S. Representative Walter K. Granger, Democrat, runing for his fifth term, defeated his Republican rival David J. Wilson for the second time. Granger had always voted for liberal measures, and his work on the House Agricultural Committee, where he was a chairman or a member of three subcommittees important to Utah interests, had been acceptable to farmers. ~ ~ ~ ~ BACKGROUND: The first BYH alumnus and Latter-day Saint appointed as judge of a specialized U.S. Court was David J. Wilson of Ogden. He was appointed to the U.S. Customs Court in 1954 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Wilson was generally thought to have been miscounted out of a Utah congressional race. Watkins proposed that Wilson be awarded a judgeship, even though he was well into his 60s. Watkins was told that this was the first Republican President in twenty years, Eisenhower had to appoint young judges to be sure they had long tenure in case the Republicans could not retain the White House. Watkins wouldn’t take no for an answer, however. He repeatedly insisted that since Wilson was an outstanding lawyer and had been cheated out of his election to Congress, that it was imperative that he be offered a judgeship. He finally wore the White House down and obtained the judgeship for Wilson. Even though Wilson was 67 when he entered the court in New York City, he was healthy and stayed on the Court for 12 years. By Mark W. Cannon ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Mary J. Wilson, age 94, died Tuesday, May 29, 1990, two days short of her 74th wedding anniversary. She was born in Ogden, Utah on February 17, 1896 to Henry Chariton and Emma Rigby Jacobs, the seventh of 13 children. On May 31, 1916, she married David J. Wilson [BYH Class of 1911]. The next three years were spent in Berkley, California, where her husband received his Doctor of Juris Prudence in 1919. The family then returned to Ogden where their five children were educated through public schools. Mother was proud of her home economic skills and became renowned for her candy recipes. She was totally loyal and supportive of her husband in all his ventures in his profession, church, politics and family life. Music always gave her great pleasure and she was actively involved in all aspects of it in the Ogden 12th Ward and at home. He church interests were legend, with Relief Society being her favorite, due to its service role and to the fact that her grandmother, Zina D. H. J. Young, had been the second general president of the Relief Society. She was appointed to the R. S. General Board in 1947 and served under President Belle Spafford until 1954. That year her husband received an appointment from President Eisenhower to the U. S. Custom Court through the nomination by his close friend, Senator Arthur V. Watkins. The next 12 years were spent in New York City where they worked, entertained, traveled and developed together. She was appointed to the American Mothers Committee, rising to the office of Secretary and made lifelong contacts there. In 1966 Judge Wilson retired from the bench and became a senior judge in Salt Lake City. There home, again, became a social center for friends and relatives. In 1976, her husband died and she spent the next 14 years either in her condo or with members of her family. Her last year was passed in a retirement home where omnipresent love was felt by all other tenants. She truly was a woman who felt everyone deserved to be loved. She is survived by one daughter, three sons and their families, O. Meredith and Marian W. Wilson, Eugene, Oregon; D. Jay and Blanche P. Wilson, Ogden, Utah, now on a mission in Invercargill, New Zealand; L. Keith and Margaret W. Wilson, Salt Lake City; Don B. Wilson, Ogden, Utah; and a son-in-law, Loren C. Barlow, Eugene, Oregon, whose wife Margaret died last year [1989]; 24 grandchildren; 85 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Seven of her sisters and brothers preceded her in death and she is survived by three sisters and two brothers. They are Mrs. Edwin C. (Emma) Hinckley, Provo, Utah; Mrs. Vilate J. Thatcher, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Paul B. (Oa) Cannon, Salt Lake City; Heber G. Jacobs, Provo, Utah; and J. Smith Jacobs, Orem, Utah. The funeral was held on Saturday, June 2, 1990, in the Federal Heights Chapel, Salt Lake City. Interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Thursday, May 31, 1990.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: David J. Wilson. Received a High School Diploma in 1911. Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 3, p. 124.

Wilson, Edith Elizabeth

Wilson, Edith Elizabeth
Pleasant Grove, Utah US

Edith & Grant Wilson

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1919. Edith Wilson. She received an AB Degree in English in 1919. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 341. ~ ~ ~ ~ Q: Did she graduate from Brigham Young High School circa 1915, as mentioned in her obituary? ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Funeral services will be held Thursday, at 1 p.m. in the Pleasant Grove Stake Center for Mrs. Edith Elizabeth Wilson Anderson, 74, who died Monday at her home in Pleasant Grove, after an illness. She was born May 2, 1898 (May 22, 1898 on tombstone) in Midway, Utah. She was a daughter of James B. Wilson and Margaret Powell Wilson. She married Dr. Grant Y. Anderson on September 10, 1924 in the Salt Lake Temple. She attended elementary and junior high school in Midway, Utah. Edith graduated from Brigham Young High School in Provo, then from Brigham Young University. She taught school at Ricks Academy, Uintah State Academy, in Vernal and in Malad, Idaho. She lived in Salt Lake City, Philadelphia and Spring Canyon prior to moving to Pleasant Grove in 1933. Active in the LDS Church, she especially was interested in dramatics on both the ward and stake levels. She served as coordinator for community servicemen's correspondence during World War II, served as president of the PTA which founded the school lunch program in Pleasant Grove, and served as Scout merit badge counselor in astronomy, finger printing, coin and stamp collecting. Survivors include her husband, Dr. Grant Y. Anderson; two sons and two daughters, Dr. Grant W. Anderson, Glendora, California; Dr. J. Paul Anderson, Las Vegas, Nevada; Mrs. Samuel (Jean) Sorensen and Mrs. Eugene (Patricia) Wilkins, Salt Lake City, Utah; 15 grandchildren and one brother, Judge David J. Wilson, Salt Lake City. Friends may call at the Olpin Family Mortuary in Pleasant Grove Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and at the Stake Center Thursday prior to services. Burial will be in the Provo City Cemetery. [Pleasant Grove Review, November 2, 1972]

Wilson, Elmira

Wilson, Elmira
Payson, Utah US

Elmira Wilson

BY Academy High School Class of 1881. Elmira Wilson. Diploma in the Normal (teaching) course. Source: The Territorial Enquirer, June 22, 1881, Provo, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ Faculty & Staff. Elmira Wilson, Training School, 1881-1884. ~ ~ ~ ~ Elmira Wilson was born on January 17, 1861 in Payson, Utah. Her parents were David Carlton Wilson and Rachel Priscilla Loveless Wilson. It is probable that she did not marry. Elmira Wilson died on April 26, 1897 at the age of 36. Her interment, Payson, Utah. She is buried as Elmira Wilson.

Wilson, Ervin A.

Wilson, Ervin A.
Provo, Utah US

Ervin Wilson

Faculty & Staff. Ervin A. Wilson, Training School & Constitutional History, 1879-1880, 1892-1896.

Wilson, Gregory L.
10014 Altavilla Drive
Sandy, Utah 84092-4504 US

Greg and Kathy Wilson
  • Work: (801) 942-1595
  • Cell: 801-361-8071

Class of 1965. Greg Wilson. Football, Y Club, Forensics. BYU BA Economics 1971. MBA 1973. Married Kathy. @2010

Wilson, Guy Carleton

Wilson, Guy Carleton
Provo, Utah US

Guy Wilson

BY Academy Collegiate Graduate, Class of 1900, Faculty. Guy Carleton Wilson. He received a Diploma: Bachelor of Pedagogy (B.Pd.). Source 1: Deseret Evening News, June 2, 1900. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: He was a 1900 Collegiate Graduate of BYA. His Bachelor of Pedagogy (B.Pd.), was awarded at Commencement Exercises held on Monday Evening, May 28, 1900. Source 2: 1900 Commencement Program, BYU Special Collections, UA 1008, Box 1, Folder 2. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 3: Guy C. Wilson, B.Pd. Degree, Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 1, Page 30. ~ ~ ~ ~ Faculty & Staff. Guy C. Wilson was a Theology teacher during the 1932-1933 and 1933-1934 school years. ~ ~ ~ ~ Guy Carlton Wilson was born April 10, 1864 in Fairview, Utah. His parents were Lycurgus Wilson and Lois Ann Stevens Wilson. Guy was the fourth child of eight. He attended Brigham Young Academy, and was taught by Karl G. Maeser. He appears to have graduated from the BYA high school curriculum between 1882 and 1885. He taught school at Fairview from 1885 to 1895, interrupted only by an LDS mission, which he filled mainly with no funds, to the Southern States between 1886 and 1888. In 1896-1897 he was a student instructor at BYA "on a salary too small to mention" taking the degree B.Pd. in 1900.

Wilson, Isabelle Ethel

Wilson, Isabelle Ethel
Provo, Utah US

Isabelle and Wayne Hales

Class of 1912. Isabelle Wilson, of Midway, Utah. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1912. Source: 1912 BYU Mizpah, BYH section, photos and names on pp. 1 - 62, 105. ~ ~ ~ ~ Isabel Ethel (Isabella) (Isabelle) Wilson was born December 11, 1889 in Midway, Wasatch County, Utah. Her parents were James Brigham Wilson and Margaret Powell She died on April 1, 1963 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. ~ ~ ~ ~ Isabel (Isabella)(Isabelle) Ethel Wilson married Wayne Brockbank Hales, BYU Physics and Mathematics teacher, 1914 to the 1970s. Wayne B. Hales was a beloved teacher and well-respected scientist. But the journey wasn't easy. At a young age, following the death of his mother, he worked with his father in the Tintic Mines near Eureka, Utah, and saved his money to someday attend BYU. Brightening his early life were his love for and success in athletics and his participation in Utah's first Boy Scout troop, interests that would last throughout his life. At BYU he was a four-year letterman in track and basketball and his record in cross-country remained unbroken for 10 years. He served as the Scoutmaster of the first troop in Provo and stayed close to Scouting throughout his life, receiving the Silver Beaver in 1942. At BYU Hales quickly distinguished himself as a student and showed an inclination toward the sciences, especially physics. He also participated in the debating and science clubs and was elected president of his sophomore and senior classes. Upon graduation, Hales took a position at Ricks College in Rexburg, Idaho, where he taught physics and mathematics for five years. In 1920 he took on administrative responsibilities as a counselor in the school presidency. His dedication, academic abilities, and commitment to the gospel caught the eye of Church Commissioner of Education Adam S. Bennion, and at age 27 Hales was appointed President of Snow College in Ephraim, Utah. Despite heavy responsibilities Hales was always looking to broaden and deepen his education. Between 1918 and 1926 he studied at different times at the University of Chicago, the University of Utah, and the California Institute of Technology. His studies earned him master's and PhD degrees in physics and provided him the tutelage of two Nobel Prize winners--Albert A. Michelson and Robert A. Millikan. After finishing his PhD, Hales decided he would not seek further administrative positions because he did not like the "lonesome feeling". In 1930 he was offered a position teaching physics at BYU, where he would inspire students for some 42 years. In 1933 he provided help to BYH students in producing their Wildcat yearbook. At first he taught all of the physics classes. He would eventually take on classes such as meteorology, astronomy, photography, and mechanics, as well as mathematics at all levels. His fervent teaching style and dedication to students attracted many to his classes, and his pioneering efforts in photography led to his being dubbed the "Father of Photography at BYU." Over the years, Hales served as chairman of the Physics Department and the first dean of the General College. His leadership also extended into the ecclesiastical structure of BYU; he was bishop of two campus wards and president of two student stakes. ~ ~ ~ ~ Wayne Brockbank Hales was born on December 20, 1893 in Spanish Fork, Utah. He died on May 3, 1980. Interment, Provo, Utah. His parents: Jonathan Hyrum Hales and Martha Ann Brockbank. He first married Isabel (Isabella) Ethel Wilson on September 20, 1916 in Salt Lake City. He second married Vivian Smart Parkinson [BYH Class of 1912] on July 2, 1965 in Salt Lake City, Utah [See also Lester Rogers Taylor, BYH Class of 1912]. ~ ~ ~ ~ Children of Wayne Brockbank Hales and Isabel Wilson Hales: Dr. J. Vern Hales (Lucile Farnsworth), of Las Vegas, Nevada; Dr. Dean Wilson Hales [BYH Class of 1937] of Ogden; Isabel Hales [BYH Class of 1940] (George I. ) Cannon of Salt Lake City; Margaret Hales [BYH Class of 1942] (Delos) Bown, Dr. Richard Wayne Hales [BYH Class of 1943] (Mary Smart); and Dr. Robert Hyrum Hales [BYH Class of 1948] (Jeanette Callister). @1997

Wilson, Jay

Jay Wilson

Class of 1958. Jay Wilson. Football, Track, Wrestling, Pantomine, Key Club, Soph Ball Tickets Committee, Junior Prom Program Committee, Senior Hop Tickets Committee, I Speak for Democracy, Graduation Program Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? Jay Lee Wilson, who was born May 12, 1940 in Leland, Utah. His parents are George Lee Wilson and Ellen A. Thomas Wilson. Jay Lee Wilson died on March 8, 2004. ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY FOR JAY LEE WILSON: Jay Lee Wilson, age 63, peacefully returned to his Heavenly Father on Monday, March 8, 2004. His beautiful wife, Barbara, and their family were by his side. Jay was born May 12, 1940 in Leland, Utah to George Lee and Ellen Wilson. Jay loved his country. He was proud to represent it by serving as a member of the U.S. Army for six years. On February 3, 1962, he married his sweetheart, Barbara Lynn Balog. Their marriage was solemnized June 13, 1970 in the Manti LDS Temple. They are blessed with six children. He was a devoted husband and father. Jay was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served faithfully in numerous callings. Jay and his wife especially enjoyed their time as temple workers. Jay was employed by the Union Pacific Railroad as a car man for 32 years before he retired in 1998. He was recently honored for 20 years of dedicated service as a Salem City Volunteer Fireman. He was known as the "Grandpa Fireman". Jay and his wife Barbara were original members of the Salem Ambulance Association. They joined as first responders in February 1987 and in 1987 they both received their EMT Basic. In 1991 Jay received his EMT Intermediate. He was an EMT instructor and also a CPR instructor serving from 1987 to the present time. Jay was honored as EMT of the Year in 2002. He has held leadership positions including Lieutenant and Training Officer for the Association. In 1993, Jay became certified in Defib. During the last seventeen years he was a responsible and dedicated member of the Salem Medical Association. Jay's love was serving others. Jay will be remembered for his walks through the town. The kids in the neighborhood had him timed so they could be ready and waiting to wave "Hi", knowing they would get a big grandpa smile and a wave back. He was an avid fan of the BYU Cougars, and loved camping and four-wheeling in the mountains with his family. He never missed the opportunity for a good water fight, most of the time being the instigator, of course. Jay had such a big heart and found enjoyment and fulfillment in serving others selflessly without a single thought of being recognized for it. Jay is survived by his wife, Barbara, of 42 years; his children: Kim (Kevin) Lloyd, Springville; Mindy (Paul) Lemon, Salem; Amie (Melvin) Sweatfield, Heber; Marcy (Zane) Baker, Salem; Jeff (Joelle) Wilson, Salem; Jason (Lacy) Wilson, Santaquin; 15 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; two brothers and one sister: Blaine Wilson of Payson; Leon Lewis of Hinckley; and Kathryn Manis of Las Vegas. He was preceded in death by his parents; one sister, Irene Christensen; and his two grandsons, Tyler Wilson and Kaydon Wilson. Funeral services were held Friday, March 12, 2004 in the Salem 4th Ward Chapel, 25 West Apple Blossom Way. Interment, Salem City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Wednesday, March 10, 2004.]

Wilson, Lewis [C. Lewis]
824 Hilltop Road
Salt Lake City, Utah 84103-3312 US

Lew and Grace Wilson
  • Home: 801-364-1553

Class of 1958. Lew Wilson. Senior Class President. Debate. Radio Speaking, Radio Physics, Science Club, Yld Cat Newspaper Columnist, Soph Ball Decorations Committee, Junior Prom Decorations Committee, Senior Hop Committee, Graduation Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ C. Lewis Wilson. ~ ~ ~ ~ Graduated: BYU 1966 BSME Mechanical Engineering, Purdue 1968 MSME Mechanical Engineering. ~ ~ Employment: Bridgers and Paxton Consulting Engineers, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1968 - 1971. Heath Engineering Company, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1971 - Present (2010+). Author. ~ ~ Married: Grace Stone, Salt Lake City, 1971. Children: Emily Wilson John (Daniel), Michael, Amanda Booth (Jeffrey). ~ ~ Church: Missionary, regular attender, helper outer, SS teacher, High Councilor, Ward Clerk (2), and Salt Lake Temple ordinance worker. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ CORRESPONDENCE: From: Lew and Grace Wilson To: "" Sent: Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 4:33:15 PM PDT Subject: Graduation Programs - HS 1958, Jr. HS 1955 Larry Attached are copies of the graduation programs for the BY High Class of 1958 for both High School and Jr. High, for which you have called. The related Awards Program is also attached. The class lists are not entirely complete. The name of a Kathryn Koester who married in the senior year and may have graduated elsewhere or later comes to mind. It is interesting to note the comparison of composition of the class in the latter case. It was in the 1956 - 57 period that the then new Provo High School opened and created a different dynamic in the town for attending Provo High or BY High. While we picked up some new senior high classmates, our senior graduating class was smaller than many previous. It was particularly hard for the athletic teams to compete against the now larger county schools. "Massacre" is not a superlative word. It led to some long veiled, but festering animosities. I also include a copy of the Seminary graduation program for the 1958 year. Seminary only needed three years classwork for graduation so with many Class of 1959 starting Seminary in the ninth coming to eleventh grade, the ranks were swelled. The BYU Laboratory schools were great institutions. It is too bad to have focused them on young people instead of on older people who could have been more appreciative in the time. But such is the nature of life. When we are young, lacking wisdom and having the greatest needs, we have the fewest resources. As we age, we have more resources, but fewer needs. The young are foolish, but have great confidence, the old are wise and filled with knowledge, but no one asks for counsel. Thank you for your commitment and effort in this historic preservation effort. Lew Wilson PS. I have yearbooks from 1953 - 1958 for reference if you need something copied from those years.

Wilson, Lillis
9712 Dortmund Dr. S
Huntsville, Alabama 35803-1116 US

Lillis & William Lewis

Class of 1936. Lillis Wilson. Source: 1936 Wildcat yearbook. She married William Lewis.

Wilson, Lynn

Lynn Wilson

Class of 1935. Lynn Wilson [male].

Wilson, Maggie J.

Wilson, Maggie J.

Maggie Murdock

Maggie J. Wilson. She 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. She married _______ Murdock.

Wilson, Mary (1876)

Wilson, Mary (1876)

Mary Hansen

Mary Wilson. She is listed 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. She married ____ Hansen.

Wilson, Mary (1952)

Mary Wilson

Class of 1952. Mary Wilson. Chorus.

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