The names of Ida's children, with a short sketch of each of their lives, follow:
1. PAULINE UDALL SMITH
PAULINE UDALL SMITH
b. 26 March 1885, at Nephi, Utah; m. 2 April 1909 to Asahel H. Smith in Salt Lake Temple. Taught public school 11 years. In addition to being a bishop's wife and mother of a large family she found time to be a teacher in all of the L.D.S. Church organizations. President of Snowflake Stake Primary (1922-39); active in the local P.T.A. and many civic projects. As a widow, built home near Arizona Temple, has since engaged in research and Temple work. Author of book, "Captain Jefferson Hunt of the Mormon Battalion."
Nine children: Rudger Grant (in. LaPriel Riggs); Andrew Outzen (m. Edna Richards), d. 22 Sept. 1950; David Udall, d. at age 15; Ida (in. Howard Church); Maria (m. S. George Ellsworth); A. Marion (m. Wanda Turley); Philip Addison
(m. Janice Beach); Asahel Henry (1. m. Gwendolyn Stocks, dec., 2. m. Marla Mangum), d. 22 Oct. 1957; Richard Aikens (m. Doris Barber).
37 grandchildren. (1958)
2. GROVER C. (CLEVELAND) UDALL
GROVER CLEVELAND UDALL
b. 28 Dec. 1887, at Snowflake, Arizona; filled mission Eastern States, 1908-1910; m. 8 Nov, 1912, Dora Sherwood in Salt Lake Temple.
Business activities: Road builder; stockman and farmer.
President for many years of Lyman Water Company.
Died 2 Jan. 1950.
Grover was a rugged individualist; a most forthright and industrious person, who left a host of friends.
Five children, all born at St. Johns, viz: Sherwood (m. Melba Whiting); Raymond Keith (m. Gwendolyn Vivian Pace); Uldine (b. 30 April 1919, d. 28 July 1928); Calvin Hunt (m. Doris May Fuss); Ida Janice (m. Willis Mark Bell).
19 grandchildren. (1958)
[ Note: Grover and Dora purchased from the D. K. Udall estate, the "Old Home" in St. Johns which has since been remodeled and a modern auto court added. The "Elm Hotel," as the place is now known, derives its name from the beautiful elm tree planted by father in 1887. It is a source of satisfaction to all the relatives to have this property remain in the family, as to us it will always be "Home Sweet Home." ]
3.JOHN H. (HUNT) UDALL
JOHN HUNT UDALL
b. 23 Aug. 1889, at Snowflake, Arizona; married (1) 5 June 1912, Ruth Kimball in Salt Lake Temple (Ruth died 27 May 1915); married (2) 5 Oct. 1916, Leah Smith in Salt Lake Temple.
Church service: Lifetime activity, including Bishop Phoenix 1st Ward 1928-1940 and Phoenix Stake High Councilman 1941 to 1955.
Business and political activities: Road contractor, cattleman and farmer. Served as Clerk of Court, legislator, supervisor, and high school board member, Apache county; Federal Prohibition Director for Arizona, and Mayor, City of Phoenix. Died March 3, 1959.
11 children: John Nicholas (m. Sybil Webb); King Smith, died 19 May 1944, U.S. Army; Elias Earl (m. Naomi Tew); Ruth (m. Woodrow E. Evans); Reed Smoot (m. Afton Webster); Janet (m. Chester Mortensen); Jesse N. (m. Shirley Ann Evans); Josephine (m. Lloyd Webster); Samuel Hunt (m. Helen Druke); Edith Idella (m. Victor Flack); Pauline.
30 grandchildren. (1958)
4. JESSE A. (ADDISON) UDALL
JESSE ADDISON UDALL
b. 24 June 1893, at Old Mill farm near Eagar, Arizona; m. 7 June 1917, Lela Lee in Salt Lake Temple. Served overseas World War 1, 1918-19; officer in Ariz. N.G. 1927-42; Lt. Col. U.S. Army J.A.G.D. 1942-45. Graduate U. of A., LL.B.,
1924; admitted State Bar 1924; practiced law at Safford, Ariz. Member State Legislature 1929-33; judge Superior Court 1939-1942 and 19521958.
Business activities outside profession: Owner-Mgr. business and farm property Graham and Maricopa counties.
L.D.S. Church service: Bishop Thatcher Ward 1929-1936; High Councilman St. Joseph and Washington Stakes. President St. Joseph Stake 1938-42 and 1947 to 1958; sent three children on missions. Now serving as President of California Mission.
Six children, all b. Thatcher, Arizona, viz: Jessica (m. Milan D. Smith); Addison Richard (m. Ada Webster); Lee Kenyon (m. Leona Carpenter); Lela Lee (m. Robert R. Flaherty); Mary Louise (m. Arden J. Palmer); David K.
22 grandchildren. (1958)
5. GILBERT D. (DOUGLAS) UDALL
b. 13 May 1895, at Eagar, Arizona; m. 2 June 1917 to Sarah Brown, in St. Johns, Arizona (marriage shortly thereafter solemnized in Salt Lake Temple).
Business activities: Mail contractor 12 years in Apache County; Insurance (agent for Beneficial Life of S.L.C., Utah, for 27 years, also member of its Multi-Millionaire Club); in later years active in farming in Mesa area.
Church service: 31 years active service in Church work, e.g., Bishop's Counselor, High Councilman, Bishop of Mesa Third Ward, and Stake Missionary.
Traveled widely in United States, Canada, and Europe.
Ten children: Eleanor (m. Melvin L. Owens); Verna (m. (1) James F. Richey (div.), (2) Robert C. Gordon); Douglas Brown (m. Hazel Baker); Pearl (m. John Melvin Fuller); Wendell Gilbert (m. Joe Ann Dempke); Frances Lucille; John Alfred (m. Audrey Jones); Lorraine (m. William E. Hawkins); Alice jean (m. Louis 0. Glazier); Don Allen.
25 grandchildren, 1 great-grandchild. (1958)
6. DON T. (TAYLOR) UDALL
DON TAYLOR UDALL
b. 20 July 1897, at Old Mill farm near Eagar, Arizona; m. 18 Sept. 1922, Emily Patterson (marriage later solemnized in Salt Lake Temple). Filled mission in Eastern States for L.D.S. Church (1917-19) ... active in Church work through adult life; graduated Georgetown University Law School, LL.B., and admitted to State Bar in 1923; District Governor (Ariz.) Lions International (1933-34); 23 years public service in Navajo County courthouse, Holbrook; member of State Legislature (1941-42); Judge of Superior Court (1945- ).
Military service: Officer in Organized Reserve Corps, U.S. Army, 16 years . . . a Lt. Colonel in judge Advocate General's Department of the Army through World War II, part of time serving as Staff judge Advocate of Army Engineer Training Center and remaining duty with JAGD in South Pacific.
Business activities outside profession: real estate investments.
Four children, viz: Franklin D., born 15 Oct. 1924, died 9 July 1952 at Las Vegas, Nev. (m. Elizabeth Ann Pritchard); Margaret Emily (m. James F. Warnock, Jr.); Patricia, born and died 6 April 1932, at Holbrook; Dorothy Virginia.
Four grandchildren. (1958)
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