Wilford Woodruff "Will" Luce, Jr.

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Wilford Woodruff "Will" Luce, Jr.

Also Known As: "Bill", "Will", "William Wilford Luce", "William Willfred Luce"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: South Cottonwood, Salt Lake Co, Utah
Death: Died in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co, Utah
Place of Burial: Big Piney, Sublette, WY, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Wilford Woodruff Luce, Sr. and Ann "Annie" Luce
Husband of Esseneth "Essie" Luce and Amanda Melinda Luce
Ex-husband of Dorothy Lorraine Luce
Partner of Bertha Etta Savage
Father of Mabel M. Luce; Wilford Frank Luce; Vivian Swanström; Edwin Wilson Luce; (twin daughter) Luce and 4 others
Brother of Clara Emma Howard; Frank Luce; Ann Eliza "Nan" Leonard; Mary Elizabeth Luce; David Wheeler Luce and 2 others

Occupation: Cattle Rancher, Banker
Managed by: Justin Swanström
Last Updated:

About Wilford Woodruff "Will" Luce, Jr.

" One time shortly after the railroad went into Lander, a group of cattlemen from the Piney Country drove their cattle over to ship from Hudson. They were Bill Luce, Stan Murdock, Alex Price and Billie Woods. They were at South Pass on October 19 [1906] with about 1500 head of cattle. That night a blizzard started and probably three feet of snow fell. The cattle drifted into the willows and a good many of them were buried alive. The next morning I was one of several boys on skiis locating them. Where the live ones were there would be a hole in the snowbank and steam rising. The cowboys shoveled out cattle all that day and the next spring the natives were dragging away the carcasses of the dead ones. I never knew how many were lost." ("Stories from the Past As Told by Bill Carr" in Tales of the Seeds-Ke-Dee (1976), 173-186).

Pinedale Roundup 1904-1999

  • 05/15/1907 Murdock - Luce 7 mile ditch.
  • 08/07/1907 Wallach & Luce escape drowning.
  • 03/06/1913 Marbleton solicites subscribers for bank.
  • 08/31/1916 Elizabeth Luce (infant) dies.
  • 10/10/1918 Marbleton State Bank; ... BRANDS: Brosman, Clark, Thompson, Tibbals, Zemba, Jomen, Price, Woods, Miller, Morison, Meyer, Martin, Mack, Churndash, Brazzill, Evans, Baum-Whitman, Clackson, Sailey, Boyer, Agnew, Jenkins, Fayette Land, Doyle, Gurney, Jorgensen, Luman, Hennick, Lozier, Patterson, Rahm, Steele, Vible, Ball, Luce, Murdock Estate, Crow Creek, Mathis, Conwell.
  • 08/31/1922 Luce to tear down old Edmson home.
  • 04/19/1923 Bertram property to Luce.
  • 07/12/1923 Marbleton State Bank closes.
  • 12/29/1927 Mrs. Wm. Luce dies.
  • 01/05/1928 Mrs. Wm. Luce dies.
  • 01/31/1935 Boulter - Luce wedding.
  • 11/14/1935 E. Luce baby boy.
  • 07/16/1942 E. Luce baby Lois.
  • 01/27/1944 Operations: Mrs. John Williams, Mrs. Ed Luce.
  • 10/26/1944 Mrs. E. Luce dies.
  • 11/02/1944 Koontz and Luce buried.
  • 10/14/1948 W. Luce dies.
  • 05/27/1965 J. Luce baby Julie.
  • 08/16/1979 A. Sizemore Luce Dies.
  • 12/04/1980 E. Luce Dies.
  • 02/24/1983 J. Luce Dies.
  • 06/11/1987 S. Luce Dies and Obituary.
  • 10/30/1997 BP bus drivers honored: J. Long, N. Rose, M&K Shields, T. Porter, N. James, K. Corff, S. Nessan, F. Copeland, B Luce, L Williams, E Reynolds, M Price.

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Wilford Woodruff "Will" Luce, Jr.'s Timeline

1864
January 4, 1864
South Cottonwood, Salt Lake Co, Utah
1892
February 18, 1892
Age 28
Big Piney, WY, USA
1899
September 18, 1899
Age 35
Big Piney, WY, USA
1901
November 17, 1901
Age 37
Big Piney, Sublette Co, Wyoming
1904
October 2, 1904
Age 40
Champaign, IL, USA
1909
1909
Age 44
Big Piney, Sublette, WY, USA
1909
Age 44
Big Piney, Sublette, WY, USA
1913
February 8, 1913
Age 49
Big Piney, WY, USA