|Birth: ||Jul. 27, 1831|
|Death: ||Oct. 30, 1899|
Wilson Daniel Pace was born on July 27, 1831 to William Franklin and Margaret Nichols Pace. He was the second child and second boy of ten children.
James Bryan, Wilson Daniel, Harvey Alezander, William Franklin, Granvile Madison, John Lawence, Joseph Arlington Randolph, Parley Pratt, Eli Nichols, and Mary Ann.
Ann Mariah Redd and Wilson Daniel Pace were married in the Fort at Spanish Fork on August 22, 1852. They were married by william Pace, wilson's father. It was the first marriage performed in that little settlement. Thy lived there for 10 years. During that time they had had five children Then they were called to settle in southern Utah at a place called New Harmoney. There they had seven more children. Sadly four children died in infancy.
Mary Mariah, Sarah Caroline, Almarene, and Francel Marene
Margaret Elizabeth, William Wilson
Lemuel Alexander, Clarisse Ann, Keziah Eveline, Iraminda, Icavinda, JOHN GRANVILLE PACE
He also married Elizabeth Lee and had 12 children with her.
The Desert Evening News
Monday November 6, 1899 Page 7,column 4
Death of Wilson D. Pace
Youngest Member of the Famious Mormon Battalion
Thatcher, Grahman, Co., Arizo., Nov(3) - Elder Wilson D. Pace was laid to rest today in the Thatcher Cemetery. The Funeral Services were held at his newly purchased home in Thatcher, Arizona.
Patriarch Samuel Claridge, Bishop John Taylor of Pima nd Bishop I.E.D. Zundeloff Thatcher and Elder Andrew Kimball, president of the Stake were the speakers
Brother Pace was born in Tennessee in 1832; moved to Nauvoo and moved west with the Saints. Was employed in the Mormon Battalion as a waiter being but 15 years of age - not old enought to enlist; was the youngest member of the company. Came from California to Utah, becoming one of the first Settlers. From Salt Lake he moved to Provo and subsequently to Spanish Fork and latter in fulfillment to a call to Dixie settled in Harmony, Washington County, Utah where he presided as Bishop for twenty years. Some years ago he moved part of his family to Nutriose in the St. Johns Stake of Arizona, from which place he moved to Thatcher about a month ago.
Following a frontier life, Brother Pace's health was badly impaired, his digestive organs and stomach failed to set longer.He leaves two families comprising twenty three children. He was faithful to the Gospel and was respected by all who know him.
He was also in the Iron County Militia.
William Franklin Pace (1806 - 1876)
Margaret Nichols Pace (1808 - 1887)
Ann Moriah Redd Pace (1830 - 1908)*
Elizabeth Lee Pace (1851 - 1912)*
Margaret Elizabeth Pace Imlay (1853 - 1888)*
Mary Mariah Pace (1855 - 1857)*
William Wilson Pace (1857 - 1931)*
Lemual Alexander Pace (1859 - 1915)*
Clarissa Ann Pace Lee (1861 - 1896)*
Keziah Eveline Pace Pace (1863 - 1896)*
Sarah Caroline Pace (1865 - 1866)*
Iraminda Pace Blackburn (1867 - 1947)*
Icevinda Pace Rance (1867 - 1950)*
Francel Marene Pace (1869 - 1869)*
Almarene Pace (1869 - 1869)*
Francel Marene Pace (1869 - 1869)*
John Granville Pace (1870 - 1937)*
Franklin Daniel Pace (1870 - 1870)*
James Bryum Pace (1872 - 1933)*
Mary Lovina Pace Thorpe (1874 - 1920)*
David Alonzo Pace (1875 - 1938)*
Loreno Pace (1876 - 1899)*
Vivian Pace Prince (1877 - 1918)*
Nettie Maria Pace Eldredge (1881 - 1938)*
Maria Pace (1883 - ____)*
Wilson Daniel Pace (1885 - 1887)*
Pratt Alma Pace (1888 - 1960)*
Eli Nichols Pace (1888 - 1900)*
Effie Elizabeth Pace Thompson (1890 - 1976)*
Doyle Irving Pace (1892 - 1942)*
Wilson Daniel Pace (1831 - 1899)
Harvey Alexander Pace (1833 - 1917)*
William Franklin Pace (1836 - 1918)*
John Alma Lawrence Pace (1841 - 1929)*
Parley Pratt Pace (1844 - 1882)*
Eli Nicholas Pace (1849 - 1870)*
Created by: Tonya Mickelson Messersc...
Record added: Mar 06, 2009
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