Alphabetical Alumni
Woodward, Don Carlos III (1933)

Woodward, Don Carlos III (1933)
Phoenix, Arizona US

Don and Wyoma Woodward

Class of 1933. Don Woodward. Don Woodward III was born June 17, 1914 in Price, Utah. His parents were Don Carlos Woodward II and Ella Irene Branch Woodward. He married Wyoma Lynn on February 1, 1934 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He died on May 23, 1990 in Phoenix, Arizona. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents, Don Carlos Woodward II and Irene Branch Woodward, had the following children: Carene Woodward, Helen Woodward, Don Carlos Woodward III [BYH Class of 1933], Marc Woodward, and Tom Woodward.

Woodward, Don Carlos, Jr. (1908)

Woodward, Don Carlos, Jr. (1908)

Don and Ella Woodward

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1908. Don Carlos Woodward. He received a Normal Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 272. ~ ~ ~ ~ Don Carlos Woodward, Jr., was born on October 4, 1886, in Fountain Green, Utah. His parents were Don Carlos Woodward, Sr., and Cecelia Christensen Woodward. He married Ella Irene Branch on August 15, 1910 in Farmington, Utah. Don Carlos Woodward, Jr., died on March 3, 1929 in Carbon County, Utah. His interment, Price City Cemetery, Utah.

Woodward, Hugh McCurdy

Woodward, Hugh McCurdy
San Francisco, California US

Hugh and Emily Woodward

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1908. Hugh M. Woodward. He received a Normal Diploma. Source 1: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 70. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1908. Hugh M. Woodward. Source 2: Hugh M. Woodward. 1908 BYH Commencement Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1911. Hugh M. Woodward. He received a BA Degree in 1911. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 5, p. 243. ~ ~ ~ ~ Hugh McCurdy Woodward. The first President of Dixie College in St. George, Utah, was Hugh McCurdy Woodward. President Woodward was born in December, 1881, in Huntington, Utah, to Enoch J. Woodward and Ann L. Raymond Woodward. He attended the Uintah Stake Academy in 1900-01, the Brigham Young High School in 1902-03, Beaver Branch BYA in 1905-06 and Brigham Young High School in 1906-08, graduating in the Class of 1908. He received his Bachelors degree from BYU in 1911 and was promptly hired as the first principal of the St. George Academy. He and his wife, the former Emily Timothy [BYU, Class of 1925], were the parents of three children, one son and two daughters. Their son was William Jennings Woodward, born October 8, 1915, in Los Angeles, California; died July 27, 1969. One daughter was Esther Carol Woodward, born January 7, 1921 in Burley, Idaho; died September 28, 1977. After the announcement of his appointment, many older folks in the St. George area shook their heads in doubt worrying if anyone so young and in­experienced could handle the rugged over-aged and oversized characters that were likely to enroll in the new school. When Professor William J. Snow of BYU was home for a vacation in Pine Valley he was asked about Woodward. He is said to have replied, "If he can't handle it, I don't know who can." According to the school's first announcement, the curriculum was designed to provide for four years of high school work. Courses were planned in 15 different subject areas. Even though school was a few days late in opening, the enrollment far exceeded expectations. The first week's totals showed 121 students had registered but later in the year over 135 students were enrolled. The St. George Stake Board of Education set the registration fee at $15.00 per year for that first year, but later reduced it to $10.00 payable in two equal payments. Students often gave produce and hauled wood for the school or labored in some other way to provide the money for tuition. A lifetime registration fee was offered the next year, 1912-1913. A student could register for $16.00 for his/her lifetime plus $10.00 for each year. They could then attend the College for as many years as they desired. The school had its own bookstore so that book prices could be kept at a margin just above cost. The church and school leaders were very conscious of keeping the expenses for students at a bare minimum. That first fall Principal Woodward, with suggestions from the faculty and the students, organized a school government. Laws were written to govern the Academy. The student self- government worked out well, perhaps giving the students greater freedom than that of other schools in the State. The new student government was run according to the City Commission form with a Chief Commissioner, five other Commissioners, a Chief Justice and Prosecuting Attorney. The officers were responsible for writing the laws and regulations to run the school. They were then submitted to the student body for ratification. A 10-member police force was chosen to help carry out the school laws. This form of student self-government worked so well that several Colleges and high schools in Utah and other Western States sent for pamphlets outlining the system. The first school constitution was ratified January 29, 1917. Some of the school laws reflected the LDS religious background. The use of tobacco and liquor was prohibited. Students convicted of boisterous, ungentlemanly or unwomanly conduct risked expulsion. Visiting the local pool hall was prohibited and it was unlawful to use profane language. Students having a grade point average of 75% or lower were not allowed “out” on weekends. Principal Woodward was always concerned with establishing policies which would help the growth and future stability of the new academy. They established a preparatory school in 1912 to help students below high school grades to prepare to achieve in the more advanced classes. The tradition of “D” Day started during the 1912-13 school years. The Class of 1913 went to the Sugar Loaf rock on the Red Hill north of St. George and painted the numerals "1913" in large white letters on the face of this prominent landmark. This move created considerable attention both among the students of Dixie and many of the townspeople; but most concerned were the students of the Class of 1914. This class was three times as large as the class of 1913 and this younger class, known as the Dolphins -- so-named out of respect for their president Dolph Atkin -- decided that 1914 would look much better on the face of the Sugar Loaf than 1913. As a result, it was only a few days until the original numeral "3" had been obliterated with red paint and a brand new figure "4" appeared in its place. After this, it was not unusual to see a change in the figures every few days. In fact, it became customary to look toward the Sugar Loaf each morning to see who had been on the job during the night shift. After the class of 1913 graduated, the members of the Class of 1915 sprouted a few wings for ambitious projects and took up the challenge where the Class of 1913 had left off. The encounters were not confined to the Sugar Loaf on the Red Hill. Quite a class rivalry was started. It was not long until the school and the student body officers met together and began talking of the possibility of a program that would bring all the students together and would do away with this heavy class rivalry. It took some time to achieve the desired results, but out of this effort came the idea of building a school letter on one of the surrounding hills, and writing the word "Dixie" on the Sugar Loaf in place of any class numerals. Soon after school began in the fall of 1914, it was decided by the interested students, faculty, and many of the townspeople, that the proper place to build the school monogram "D” was on the face of the Black Hill west of town. Friday, February 19, 1915, was a great day for Dixie High School (later Dixie College.) That was the day set for the actual building' of the "D". It was that school's own holiday, and was to become the first regularly established holiday for Dixie College. The activities included a downtown parade in the afternoon, a lunch and after-lunch program on the hill, and mid-afternoon sports on the campus, the lighting of the "D" about 9 p.m., and the closing event of the day, the D-Day Dance. This feature has become very prominent during the course of the D-Day History. At the dance the D-Day Queen and her attendants receive appro­priate honor participating in the floorshow, and everyone present is made to feel that the "D" Day activities are an integral part of Dixie College and the Dixie Spirit. In 1918, President Woodward left St. George and went to the University of Utah, where he obtained his Masters Degree. In 1920 he went to the University of California for his Ph.D. He worked for the Bureau of Public Health in Washington D.C., in 1920-21, and returned to BYU in various capacities until 1936. He spent four summers as a Professor of Education at the University of Washington. He was elected to the Utah State Senate in 1935, and was persuaded to become a Democratic candidate for Governor in 1936. President Woodward became a Professor of Philosophy at the University of California and taught there from 1937 to 1940. He died August 11, 1940 in San Francisco, California. [Some records say he died on August 12, 1937 -- no explanation.]

Woodward, Jocelyn

Jocelyn Woodward

Class of 1936. Jocelyn Woodward. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook.

Woodward, Ralph Barclay, Jr.
1033 East 300 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102-2523 US

Ralph Woodward
  • Work: (801) 537-1412

Class of 1962. Ralph B. Woodward, Jr. Student Body Business Manager. Basketball, Track, Dramatics, Band, Honor Society, Y Club, Instrumental Music Achievement Award, All State Orchestra, University of Illinois Scholarship. BYU BA Music 1970. [His parents: Mary Brown Woodward and Ralph Barclay Woodward, Sr., recipient of the Reed Smoot Award in 1994 for Outstanding Contribution to the Cultural Arts. His involvement includes winning the prestigious International Eisteddfod competition in Wales and the Linz in Austria, receiving the Karl G. Maeser Distinguished Teacher Award and founding the BYU A Cappella Choir and Ralph Woodward Chorale, and is a professor emeritus of the BYU Music Department.] @2007

Woodward, Robert Lewis

Woodward, Robert Lewis
Provo, Utah US

R L & Annie/Loretta Woodward

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1908, and Faculty. Robert L. Woodward. In 1908 he received a Normal Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 70. ~ ~ ~ ~ Faculty & Staff. R. L. Woodward, English teacher, 1901-1902. ~ ~ ~ ~ Professor R. L. Woodward, of Vernal, principal in Roosevelt and in Millard counties. He owned a ranch at Cedarview in the Roosevelt area. Mrs. R. L. Woodward's maiden name is Searles. The Woodwards lived in Provo in 1914. ~ ~ ~ ~ Robert Lewis Woodward was born on February 24, 1870 in Fountain Green, Sanpete County, Utah. Some records show his parents as George Washington Johnson (sic) and Maria Jane Johnston (sic) (Buckley) His parents had 11 children, 9 used the surname Johnson, and the two youngest used the surname Woodward (Robert Lewis Woodward, b. 1870, and Don Carlos Woodward I, born 1864, both in Fountain Green, Utah). Other records show that his mother, Maria Jane (Buckley) Johnston married James Woodward, Jr., (1823-1887) on December 26, 1883 in Salt Lake City, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ Robert Lewis Woodward married twice: First, to Annie Rosetta Searle on April 10, 1889 in Mountain Dell, Uintah County, Utah. Second, to Loretta Thompson on July 3, 1925, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Professor Woodward died on April 12, 1952 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment, Springville Evergreen Cemetery.

Wooley, Marlene

Marlene Wooley

Class of 1955~H. Marlene Wooley. Attended BYH 1952-53. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? Marlene Wooley, born circa 1937 in Utah. Her parents were Leone Wooley and Viola Wooley. Marlene was 3 years old in the 1940 U.S. Census of Hatch Precinct, Garfield County, Utah. At that time she had one sibling: Gorle.

Woolf, Aenone

Woolf, Aenone
Mesa, Arizona US

Aenone & Merrill Christensen

Class of 1935. Aenone Woolf. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her BYH graduation date confirmed in graduating class list, Salt Lake Telegram, May 7, 1935, p. 14 ~ ~ ~ ~ Married Merrill Grant Christensen. Her parents were Golden LeGrand Woolf [BYH Principal] and Fanny Elizabeth (Beth) Woolf, and they had three children, including Aenone Woolf Christensen [BYH Class of 1935]; Wilbur C. Woolf [BYH Class of 1936]; and Henry McCune (Mac) Woolf [BYH Class of 1940]. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Aenone Woolf Christensen, January 8, 1917 - July 6, 2015. Resided in Mesa, Arizona. Aenone Woolf Christensen passed away on Monday, July 6, 2015, at the age of 98, in Mesa, Arizona. She was born January 8, 1917 to Golden LeGrand Woolf and Beth Coombs Woolf in the small town of Cardston, Alberta, Canada. Her early school years were spent in the southern Alberta towns of Cardston and McGrath. In 1929 the family moved to Europe where her father presided over the French Mission. She loved the language and people of France, and developed a great love of opera while living in Paris. She returned with her family to Provo, Utah, where she graduated from BY High School in the Class of 1935. Her father served as the Principal of Brigham Young High School. She then graduated from Brigham Young University. While a student at BYU, Aenone met and married Merrill Grant Christensen. Aenone taught school in Duchesne, Utah for a couple of months before the beginning of World War II. WWII quickly ended her teaching career and she lived the life of an Army/Air Force wife during the next few years. After WWII ended, Aenone and Grant moved to San Francisco where Grant attended dental school. After dental school they spent one snowy year in Provo, Utah before deciding to head south to enjoy the Arizona sunshine. Aenone and Grant arrived in Mesa on January 1, 1953, with four daughters. Another daughter was born in Mesa. Mom was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, great-great-grandmother, and homemaker. She served in a variety of church callings. She and her husband served as missionaries in the Johannesburg, South Africa Mission. She was an Ordinance Worker in the Mesa, Arizona Temple, for almost 10 years, alongside her husband. She loved her Savior, Jesus Christ. Along with her great love and enjoyment of the arts, her favorite pastimes were studying the scriptures, sewing, reading, knitting, and spending time with her family. Her family is going to miss her quick wit, her sense of humor, her funny stories, and her up-to-the-minute knowledge of the news and sports. Our family would like to thank PJ, Steve, and their team of care-givers at Caring Heart Terrace for the tender loving care they have given Mom. Her husband Grant preceded her in death in March 2009. She is survived by five daughters, Berit (Frank) Purcell – Mojave, California; Kathy – South Ogden, Utah; Karen – Mesa, Arizona; Janice (Larry) Metcalf – South Ogden, Utah (currently serving as missionaries in Sao Paulo, Brazil South); and Marilyn (Dennis) Ellsworth - Mesa, Arizona. She is also survived by 13 grandchildren, 40 great grandchildren, and 1 great great grandchild. She was preceded in death by two younger brothers, Wilbur (Wanda) Woolf, and Mac (Bonnie) Woolf. There will be a viewing Friday evening, July 17th from 5-7, at Meldrum Mortuary, 52 N. Macdonald, Mesa. Services will be Saturday, July 18, 2015 at the Mesa 20th Ward, 848 N. Westwood, Mesa, Arizona, 10 a.m., with a viewing from 9 – 9:45 a.m. In lieu of flowers, consider a donation to the LDS Humanitarian Fund, the Perpetual Education Fund at www.ldsphilanthrophies.org or the charity of your choice. Meldrum Mortuary is handling arrangements. Source

Woolf, Golden LeGrand

Woolf, Golden LeGrand
Provo, Utah US

Golden and Beth Woolf

Faculty & Staff. Tenth Principal of BY High School from 1934-1935 to 1945-1946. Taught French and Theology on the BYH faculty during the 1933-1936 school years. C. L. Jensen served as Acting Principal for a time, including 1938-1939. Golden L. Woolf was born December 13, 1891 in Millville, Utah. His spouse: Beth Coombs Woolf. His parents: Martin Woolf & Roseltha Hyde Woolf. Served as president of the French Mission of the LDS Church from 1929 to 1933. Publications in BYU Archives: Woolf, Golden L., Dr., Records, 1957-1961. 3 boxes (1.5 linear ft.). Call Number: UA 576, Abstract: Includes correspondence, financial records and other materials relating to the Point Four Program in Iran. Also includes contracts between the National Teacher's College and the Division of Education. Golden LeGrand Woolf died October 11, 1966 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery, Block 1 Lot 8. ~ ~ ~ ~ NEWS ITEM: "Golden L. Woolf Assumes Duties as Principal of High School. Golden L. Woolf, formerly of Brigham Young University in Provo, arrived in the City on February 7 to assume duties as principal of the Topaz City High School, it was revealed by LeGrand Noble, superintendent of schools. Dr. Woolf, who is on indefinite leave from BYU as professor of secondary education and from Brigham Young High School as principal, received his A.B. and M.A. from BYU and his Ph.D. degree in education from the University of Califoria in 1940. He is at present in Provo attending the wedding of his son." [Topaz Times, Saturday, February 20, 1943.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Golden Legrand Woolf was born on December 13, 1891 in Millville, Cache County, Utah. His parents were Martin Woolf and Roseltha Hyde. He married Fanny Elizabeth (Beth) Coombs on March 31, 1916 in Cardston, Alberta, Canada. He died on October 11, 1966 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo, Utah. His wife, Fanny Elizabeth (Beth) Coombs was born June 6, 1893 in Nephi, Utah. Her parents were Mark Anthony Coombs and Henrietta McCune. Beth Coombs Wolf died on October 6, 1974 in Mesa, Arizona. Her interment, Provo, Utah. Golden and Beth Woolf had three children, including Aenone Woolf Christensen [BYH Class of 1935]; Wilbur C. Woolf [BYH Class of 1936]; and Henry McCune (Mac) Woolf [BYH Class of 1940].

Woolf, Henry McCune [Mac]
3944 E Fairfield Cir
Mesa, Arizona 85205-5111 US

Mac and Bonnie Woolf
  • Work: (480) 832-1110

Class of 1940. Mac Woolf. Basketball. Football. Opera. Boys' Organization. ~ ~ ~ ~ Henry McCune (Mac) Woolf. His parents were Golden LeGrand Woolf [BYH Principal] and Fanny Elizabeth (Beth) Woolf, and they had three children, including Aenone Woolf Christensen [BYH Class of 1935]; Wilbur C. Woolf [BYH Class of 1936]; and Henry McCune (Mac) Woolf [BYH Class of 1940]. Henry McCune Woolf married Bonnie Mae Collier. Henry McCune Woolf and Bonnie Mae Collier had the following children: Charles LeGrand Woolf; Linda Sue Woolf; Robert Eugene Woolf; and Douglas James Woolf. Salt Lake Telegram, February 19, 1943.

Woolf, Leslie

Woolf, Leslie
1858 North 80 East
Orem, Utah 84057-2246

Leslie and Ray Taylor
  • Work: (801) 225-9037

Class of 1964. Leslie Woolf. Married Ray Taylor, also BYH Class of 1964.

Woolf, Lois

Woolf, Lois
Seattle, Washington US

Lois & Henry Savage

Class of 1941. Lois Woolf. Opera. Fauvines. Notre Maison. Girls' Athletic Association. ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY OF HER HUSBAND. Dr. Henry Carlyle Savage, Sr., 78, died October 16, 1995. Born in St. George, Utah, April 13, 1917, son of Nephi Henry and Mary Crosby Savage. Married Marjorie Hatch, July 9, 1936, Ogden Utah; solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple (she died Aug. 23, 1957). Married Lois Woolf, Feb. 12, 1959, Salt Lake LDS Temple. Survived by wife; ten children, Henry (Ann) Savage, Jr., Orem; Robert (Aida) Savage, Los Angeles, Calif.; Ralph (Jean) Savage, Provo; Mary (Richard) Eddy , Kathy (Tharon) Judd, Marjorie Taylor, all Orem; Nancy (John) Hardy, Provo; Jodie (Dean) Brandenburg, Steven (Jenny) Savage, Paul (Heather) Savage, all Seattle, Washington; 44 grandchildren; 81 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by three brothers and a son, Douglas Woolf Savage. Henry grew up in Ogden, Utah. Graduated from University of Utah Medical School in 1946. Graduated as a flight surgeon from Navy School of Aviation Medicine, Pensacola, Florida in 1948. Completed surgical residency in Staten Island, New York. Became a member of American Board of Surgeons while stationed in San Francisco, California. Assigned as chief surgeon of U.S. Public Indian Hospital, Ft. Defiance, Ariz. Became Chief of Surgery, U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, Seattle, Washington, 1961, with a three month assignment in Viet Nam. Retired in 1964 after 22 years with U.S. Public Health Service with rank of Navy Captain. Member of Civil Air Patrol and avid pilot, traveled throughout world. Served in many church callings as an active member of LDS Church. Funeral services were held in Seattle, Washington, October 19, 1995. Interment, Burley, Idaho. [Deseret News, Thursday, October 19, 1995.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Lois Woolf Savage, 84, passed away July 1, 2008 after a brief bout with pneumonia. She had suffered with Alzheimer’s since 1999. Lois was born September 8, 1923 in Cardston, Alberta, Canada, to Dr. Wilford W. and Pearl Wright Woolf. From the age of eight she lived in Provo, Utah, and was a 1941 graduate of Brigham Young High School, and later from Brigham Young University. Lois served as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to Germany from 1955 to 1957. In 1959, she married Dr. Henry C. Savage, then a widower with seven children (Henry Jr., Robert, Ralph, Mary, Kathy, Marjorie, Nancy, all born to Marjorie Hatch Savage), and together they had Jodi, Doug, Steve and Paul. Lois was preceded in death by her husband, Henry, by sons Doug and Ralph, and by her brother Wilford. She is also survived by her oldest brother, Anthony Woolf. Since 1962, Lois lived in the Seattle area. Lois was grandmother to 49 and will be missed by all who knew her kind temperament and her enduring yet simple faith. A memorial service was held on July 17th at 102 North 132rd Street, Seattle, Washington, with a graveside service the Pleasant View Cemetery in Burley. An additional memorial service will be held in Utah on July 21st in Orem, Utah.

Woolf, Melinda
PO Box 266
Spring Lake, Utah 84651 US

Melinda and Jim Harris
  • Work: (801) 465-3043

Class of 1972. Melinda Woolf. BYU BA Art and Design 1976. She married Jim Harris. Alternate address: 3741 W 12680 S, Payson, UT 84651-3610.

Woolf, Trina [Katrina]

Trina Woolf

Class of 1970. Trina Woolf. (Katrina?)

Woolf, Wilbur C.
2724 Concho
Mesa, Arizona 85204 US

Wilbur and Wanda Woolf
  • Work: (480) 964-7255

Class of 1936. Wilbur Woolf. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. Student Body President 1935-1936. Wilbur Woolf married Wanda Martell. Alternate address: Wilbur C. Woolf, 8518 W Lufkin Dr, Strawberry, Arizona 85544 - (928) 476-4808. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents were Golden LeGrand Woolf [BYH Principal] and Fanny Elizabeth (Beth) Woolf, and they had three children, including Aenone Woolf Christensen [BYH Class of 1935]; Wilbur C. Woolf [BYH Class of 1936]; and Henry McCune (Mac) Woolf [BYH Class of 1940]. Salt Lake Telegram, February 19, 1943.

Woolley, Dilworth Erastus [Wooley,]

Woolley, Dilworth Erastus [Wooley,]
Manti, Utah US

Dilworth and Alice Woolley

BYA/BYH Class of 1903. Faculty & Staff. Dilworth Woolley (or Wooley), Training School, 1902-1903. ~ ~ ~ ~ Dilworth Erastus Woolley was born December 22, 1880 in St. George, Utah. His parents were Edwin Dilwoorth Woolley, Jr., and Florence Ashby Snow. He married Alice Snow [BYA High School Class of 1903] on September 9, 1903 in Manti, Utah. He died on October 17, 1969 in St. George, Utah, apparently with his residence in Manti, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1903. Dilworth E. Wooley (sic) of Kanab, Utah, a Normal student, BYA [& BYH] Class of 1903 Listing of Fourth Year Students (seniors). Source: Brigham Young Academy & Normal Training School, Catalogues & Announcements, for 28th Academic Year, 1903-1904, pp. 171-172.

Woolley, Iona

Woolley, Iona

Iona Woolley

Class of 1922. Iona Woolley. She received two BYH diplomas in 1922: a BYH Normal Diploma, and a BYH Arts Supervision Diploma. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 338. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1925. Iona Woolley. She received a BS Degree in Art in 1925. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 338.

Woolley, Mary

Woolley, Mary

Mary Woolley

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1922. Mary Woolley. She received an AB Degree in Dramatic Arts in 1922. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 338.

Woolsey, Earl

Woolsey, Earl

Earl Woolsey

Class of 1915. Earl Woolsey. Name and photo appear among Senior Class Graduates at Brigham Young High School in 1915. Source: 1915 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 84-102.

Woolsey, Parley

Woolsey, Parley
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Parley & Mary/Grace Woolsey

Class of 1910. Parley Woolsey. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1910, in the High School Department. Source 1: 1910 BYU Banyan, BYH section, list on p. 83. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: Annual Record, B. Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 3, page 430. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1916. Parley Woolsey. He received an AB Degree (Psychology) in 1916. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 3, page 430. ~ ~ ~ ~ Parley Woolsey was born on July 7, 1886 in Escalante, Utah. His parents were James Brigham Woolsey and Tyresha Mary Myers Woolsey. He married twice: First, to Mary Elizabeth Hale on June 6, 1917. Mary was born on March 21, 1899 in Spanish Fork, Utah. Her parents were John Thompson Hale and Sarah Elizabeth Stewart Hale. Parley and Mary Woolsey lived for a time in Anterio, Oregon. She died on December 6, 1969 (sic) in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery. Parley second married Grace Welch on January 30, 1954 (sic). Grace Lillian Welch Woolsey was born on September 24, 1915 in Utah. She died on February 1, 1974 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery. Parley Woolsey died on October 27, 1971 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment, Salt Lake City.

Wooltey, Lottie

Wooltey, Lottie

Lottie Wooltey

BY Academy High School Class of 1888. Lottie Wooltey received a Diploma: Domestic Science. Source: Deseret Evening News, May 28, 1888.

Wootten, Amanda [Wootton,]

Wootten, Amanda [Wootton,]

Amanda Wootten

BY Academy High School Class of 1884. Amanda Wootten (should this have been spelled Wootton?). Graduated Friday, June 13, 1884, with a Normal diploma. Source: Territorial Enquirer, Friday, June 13, 1884.

Wootton, John Alma [Wooton,]

Wootton, John Alma [Wooton,]
Heber City, Utah US

John and Martha Wootton

BY Academy High School Class of 1889. John Wootton [Wooton in news article] received a Certificate: Elocution. Source: Utah Enquirer, May 28, 1889. ~ ~ ~ ~ John Alma Wootton was born on December 8, 1866 in Midway, Utah. His parents were Attewall Wootton, Sr. and Cynthia Jane Jewett Wootton. The family was living in American Fork, Utah, in 1880. John married Martha Melvina Huffaker on February 20, 1895, in Salt Lake City, Utah. John A. Wootton died on March 25, 1933 in Heber City, Utah.

Wootton, Joseph Heber [Wooten, Wootten,]

Wootton, Joseph Heber [Wooten, Wootten,]
Orange County, California US

Joseph and Jenny Wootton

Class of 1912. Joseph Wooten (actually Wootten, not Wooten, not Woolton) of American Fork, Utah. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1912. Source1 : 1912 BYU Mizpah, BYH section, photos and names on pp. 1 - 105. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1912. Joseph H. Woolton [actually Wootton]. He received a High School Diploma in 1912. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 284. ~ ~ ~ ~ Joseph Heber Wootton was born on October 19, 1892 in American Fork, Utah. His parents were John Heber Wootton and Ada Dilworth Wootton. Joseph married twice: ~ ~ First, to Lita Spry on September 27, 1915. Lita Maria Spry was born on March 23, 1893 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her parents were William Spry and Mary Alice Wrathall Spry. Lita married again, to William Leroy Foss on July 2, 1942, in Bethesda, Maryland. ~ ~ Joseph Heber Wootton second married Jenny Margeret (sic) Larson. Joseph H. Wootton died on February 21, 1974 in Orange County, California.

Wootton, Mark
1061 Vt Route 15
Underhill, Vermont 05489 US

Mark Wootton
  • Work: (802) 899-4530

Class of 1977. Mark Wootton. BYU Idaho Electrical Engineering 1990. Mark B. Wootton.

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