Chapter XVI
Margaret Effie (Henrie) Heywood

      MARGARET EFFIE HENRIE, 12th child of James & Rhoana (Hatch) Henrie, was b. 10 Feb. 1874, Panguitch, Utah [bapt. 5 Oct. 1882, end. & H. 3 Jan. 1894]; m. 3 Jan. 1894, Manti (L.D.S. Temple), to Joseph Edgar Heywood, s. of Joseph Leland & Mary (Bell) Heywood. He was b. 8 Aug. 1868, New Harmony, Utah [bapt. 29 Oct. 1876, no date of end. but prob. 3 Jan. 1894]; he d. 1940s, Panguitch, and bur. there.

      Margaret Effie attended the Panguitch Academy and went to the preparatory and intermediate grades. She was especially remembered by some of her school friends for her excellence in spelling. She owned her own horse and side saddle and had a very nice riding habit. Horseback riding was one of the most pleasurable things she ever did.

      She and her mother went to the dedication of the Salt Lake Temple, 6 Apr. 1893, when she was about nineteen. She went through the temple and then to the dedication meeting. Every season of the year was represented that day: spring storms, snow, winds, and sunshine. Seagulls came and flew around the temple, as predicted, and a male child was born in the temple, later named Templeton.

      Her father was president of Garfield Stake and her mother had to cook for many church authorities. It was Margaret Effie’s privilege to help her mother. She remembers the young man who at one time was driving the team for the authorities. They were having a big fish dinner and he said he heard fish was brain food. The authorities said, “Eat on, young man, eat on.”

      Each year she went with groups of young people to Panguitch Lake for the 24th of July celebration. They went in wagons or horseback, and had dances, races, ball games, etc. Everyone camped out; it was like a city of tents.

      When she and Joseph Edgar left Panguitch to be married, they drove a new wagon, with new harness, and a good span of horses. Bertha Jackson, an English girl, went with them to Salina to meet her sweetheart at American Fork. It was winter; deep snow was on the ground. Her husband often said if he got married again it would be in June, with roses.

      They spent the first night of their journey at Circleville. Then they went on to Richfield; early the next morning they went on to Salina, where they left their wagon and rode the train on to Manti. They arrived in Manti New Years Day and stayed with relatives. The next morning they went to the temple and were baptized. (Everyone had to be baptized then before entering the temple.)

      January 3 they were married in the temple. They then went back to Salina on the train and on to Panguitch in the wagon. They brought a load of freight back to Panguitch for the Garfield Exchange Store. In Panguitch they gave a free wedding dance. Her wedding dress was salmon pink, trimmed with silver lace. Her daughter Ana still has a piece of the dress. [p. 231]

      Margaret Effie worked very hard during her married life, cooking, sewing, cleaning, doctoring, getting children off to school, living on the farm in the summer, helping children adjust to their different stages and ages, and getting them all married.

      Her husband owned livestock and farms, He provided well for the family and was able to keep his boys employed. He was active in city affairs; was president of the bank. He also held many church positions: was counselor to the Stake President, member of the High Council and Genealogical Committee. They entertained many church authorities from Salt Lake City, and conference visitors from all the neighboring towns would come and stay at their home.

      Margaret Effie and her husband wanted their children to attend Sunday School and church meetings. They developed the habit of going to church in their children while they were young, and the habit has carried over into their later lives. At the present time, two sons are Bishops, one is Senior Member of High Council, one Counselor in M.I.A., one has just been released from the Bishopric and is working on the Genealogical Committee. Their daughters have also been active in church. One son went on a mission. All the children went to high school, and some of them attended college.

      Margaret Effie was a Relief Society Teacher for 45 years. She was counselor in Relief Society to Libbie Cameron, President of Relief Society (South Ward) 1923-24-25; and a member of the Relief Society Stake Board. She and her husband worked in the Salt Lake Temple while he was on the State Jury. After their children were all married, they worked in the St. George Temple.

      They had bean married 49 years and 9 months when her husband died. Since his death she says it has been the most miserable, lonesome time of her life. She has spent some time working in the St. George, Manti, and Mesa Temples. She has visited her children in Utah, Arizona, California, and Nevada.

      At the age of 79 she still manages her large home and keeps it ready to welcome her children and grandchildren for visits. Each year in August the family has a reunion in memory of their father’s birthday, at the family home. All of the children, grandchildren, etc., plan to come each year.

      She is loved and respected by all who know her. Friends, neighbors, and relatives from near and far all enjoy coming to her home and partaking of her friendly hospitality.

      Joseph Edgar & Margaret Effie (Henrie) Heywood had 12 children, all b. in Panguitch, Utah:

1.       Mary Fenella Heywood, b. 21 Sept. 1894; m. Blaine Erastus Sevy.

2.       Rhoana Heywood, b. 23 Mar. 1896; m. William Fred Sargent.

3.       Edgar True Heywood, b. 5 Feb. 1898; m. Clara Syrett.

4.       Sabra Heywood, b 30 Jan. 1900, d. 21 Feb. 1902

5.       Martha H. Heywood, b. 16 June 1902; m Roy Hatch. [p. 232]

6.       Joseph Carl Heywood, 6th child of Joseph Edgar & Margaret Effie (Henrie) Heywood, was b. 14 July 1904 [bapt. 1910s, end. 1920s]; m. Thelma Gardiner, dau. of Fredrick George & Minnie A. (Batty) Gardiner. She was b. 11 June 1906, Panguitch, Utah [bapt. 1910s, end. & H. 1930s, this was undoubtedly their marriage date also]. No children:

            Carl was a student at Agricultural College 1 yr.; filled a 2+ yr. mission in California; was secretary of the Stake M.I.A.; counselor to Bishop Wilford Roe, Panguitch South Ward, for 6 ˝ yrs ; counselor to Samuel Riggs in Stake High Priests Quorum. At present he is on the Panguitch Stake Genealogical Committee and group leader of Panguitch South Ward High Priests Quorum. Farmer by occupation.

            Thelma, his wife, is a fine musician and has given of her time and talents ever since she was a very young girl, ready to play piano solos, accompany choirs and choruses, etc. She graduated from Brigham Young University and has taught in the high schools in Emery. Ferron, and Panguitch for about 15 yrs. She has been a member of the M.I.A. Stake Board, Relief Society Stake Board, and has been a teacher in most of the organizations of the church.

7.       James Heywood, b. 27 June 1906; m. Nellie Sargent.

8.       Austin Heywood, b. 19 Sept. 1903 [bapt.; end. 1930s]; m. 1920s, Panguitch, to Nellie Haycock. She was b. 30 Mar. 1909, in Panguitch [bapt. 1910s, end. & H. 1930s]. Austin attended Brigham Young University. They have had children, but there is no record of them excepting their first child:

(1)       Jalene Heywood, b. 1930s, Salt Lake City, Utah.

9.       Margaret Effie Heywood, b. 1910s [bapt. 1910s]; m. 1930s, Panguitch, to Harold Baley Scott, s. of Jesse Frier & Violate Irene (Whittaker) Scott. He was b. 13 Dec. 1905, Columbus, Ohio. They had 4 children:

(1)       Margaret Irene Scott, b. 1930s, Bishop, Inyo Co., Calif.

(2)       Barbara Jean Scott, b. 1930s, Bishop.

(3)       Diane Scott, b. 1930s, Delano, Kern Co., Calif.

(4)       Malcolm Harold Scott, b. 1940s, Delano.

10.       Ethel Heywood, b. 1910s; m. Wayne Follett Watts.

11.       Mark Kay Heywood, b. 1910s; m. Videne Clove.

12,       Edith Heywood, b. 1910s; m. Clarence Giles.


      MARY FENELLA HEYWOOD, eldest child of Joseph Edgar & Margaret Effie (Henrie) Heywood, was b. 21 Sept. 1894, Panguitch, Utah [bapt. 1902]; m. 1910s, Panguitch, to Blaine Erastus Sevy, s. of Thomas & EvaDean (Crosby) Sevy. He was b. 26 Sept. 1893, Panguitch [bapt. 15 Sept. 1901]. [p. 233]

      Mary Fenella Heywood, being the eldest of a family of 12, learned early to care for children. She assisted with the cooking and helped entertain the General Authorities when they came for conference while her father was in the presidency of the stake.

      She started to school in 1900, the year the new schoolhouse was finished. The building is still used and is in good condition. After completing elementary school she attended the Brigham Young University at Provo. She received credits for 4 years of high school from the principal of the first Panguitch High School, one year before the first graduating class was held in the new high school building. It was built on the hill west of town and later burned. She attended the University of Utah Summer School and passed the teacher’s examination. In August of that year she went to the World’s Fair with her father, sister Rhoana, and brother Edgar True. She taught school one year, 1915-16, at Cannonville, Utah, for $55 per month.

      Blaine Sevy was a grandson of George W. Sevy, the first Bishop of Panguitch. He was a student at the Branch Academy of B.Y.A. and later attended the Agricultural College of Logan. He is a farmer and stock raiser.

      Blaine Erastus & Mary Fenella (Heywood) Sevy had 9 children, all b. in Panguitch, Utah:

1.       Blaine Doyle Sevy, b. 1910s [bapt. 1920s]; m. 1930s, Circleville, Utah, to Nellie Edyth Peterson, dau. of William Edward & Nellie (Nay) Peterson. She was b. 1910s, in Circleville [bapt. 1920s]. Blaine Doyle was deferred from service to help with the sheep and farming. He is now a welder and works at a Titanium Plant at Henderson, Nevada. They had 3 children:

(1)       Jacqueline Jean Sevy, b. 1930s, Circleville [bapt. at 8 yrs.].

(2)       William Blaine Sevy, b. 1930s, Panguitch [bapt. 1940s].

(3)       Thomas Joseph Sevy, b. 1950s, Cedar City, Utah.

2.       Eva Dean Sevy, b. 1910s [bapt. 1920s]; m. 1940s, Panguitch, to James Nolan Stokes, s. of William D. & Helga Marie (Johnson) Stokes. He was b. 1920s, Cleveland, Emery Co., Utah [bapt. 1920s]. They had 3 children:

(1)       Nola Paul Stokes, b. 1940s, Salt Lake City [bapt. 1950s].

(2)       James Danneal Stokes, b. 1940s, Cedar City, Utah.

(3)       Evelyn Stokes, b. 1950s, Cedar City.

3.       Joseph L. Sevy, b. 1920s [bapt. 1920s], d. 1950s, Marble Canyon, Ariz., and bur. 27 Apr. at Panguitch. He m. 1940s, St. Johns, Ariz., to Margaret Davis, dau. of Harold & Caroline (Nelson) Davis. She was b. 1920s, St. Johns, Apache Co., Ariz, [bapt. 1930s]. [p. 234]

            Joseph L. Sevy was killed at Marble Canyon Bridge, Ariz., at the age of 31. He worked at the Indian Trading Post; learned to speak the Navaho language fluently. He was a merchant owning and operating his own store at St. Johns, Ariz. At the time of his death he was a successful sterling silver salesman. They had 1 child:

(1)       Barbara Jo Sevy, b. 1940s, Ganado, Apache Co., Ariz. [bapt. 1950s].

4.       George Warren Sevy, 4th child of Blaine Erastus & Mary Fenella (Heywood) Sevy, was b. 1920s, Panguitch [bapt. 1930s]; m. 1940s, Leamington Spa, England, to Dorothy Mabel Buttlin, dau. of Ernest & Alice (Cope) Buttlin. She was b. 1920s, Ashby, St. Ledger, England.

            He entered the Air Force in 1941. After basic training at several camps in Calif., he was sent to Sioux City, Iowa, and from there was shipped overseas to a large air force base at Suffolk Co., England, where he remained until the end of the war, working as an airplane mechanic. He m. an English girl, who came to America six months after George had returned home. When the Korean conflict commenced he was sent to Germany; gained the rank of T/Sgt. When he went to Germany, Dorothy drove a car to New York with her 3 little boys and then took a boat to Germany to join her husband. She became naturalized as an American citizen and will return to the U.S. when his duties are over. Although she is a non- member of the L.D.S. Church, she had her first baby chr. in England and the next were chr. in Panguitch, Utah. They had 4 children:

(1)       Ernest Blaine Sevy, b. 1940s, Leamington Spawark, England.

(2)       George Leslie Sevy, b. 1940s, Cedar City, Utah.

(3)       Leland Evard Sevy, b. 1940s, Boloxie, Harrison Co., Mississippi.

(4)       Dorothy Christine Sevy, b. 1950s, Leamington, Spawark, England.

5.       Harold Sevy, b. 1920s [bapt. 1930s]; m. 1940s, Salt Lake City, Utah to Winona Roe, dau. of John Wilford & Ruby Jammima (Montague) Roe. She was b. 1920s, Antimony, Garfield Co., Utah [bapt. 1930s].

            Harold entered service in World War II in 1943; had his basic training at Camp Barkley, Texas, and several camps in Calif. He left the United States 1944 on board the Bloom Fontain, a Dutch boat, and went to the New Hebrides, to Hawaii, and to Okinawa, where he was in combat for 40 days. As he was in the reserves, he was called to Korea and served 2 months .and 17 days at the Presidio at San Francisco before being released. He gained the rank of T/Sgt. His occupation now is agriculture. They had 2 children, b. in Panguitch.

(1)       Jolene Roe Sevy, b. 1950s.

(2)       Arlene Roe Sevy, b. 1950s. [p. 235]

6.       Margaret Sevy, 6th child of Blaine Erastus & Mary Fenella (Heywood) Sevy, was b. 1920s, Panguitch, Utah [bapt. 1930s]; m. 1940s, to Lawrence Wayne Frandsen, s. of George Randolph & Ida Floy (Anderson) Frandsen. He was b. 1920s, Widtsoe, Garfield Co., Utah [bapt. 1930s] . They had 3 children:

(1)       Loyd Wayne Frandsen, b. 1940s, Panguitch.

(2)       Lawrence Widen Frandsen, b. 1940s, Panguitch.

(3)       Deanna Frandsen, b. 1950s, Panguitch.

7.       James Mark Sevy, b. 1920s [bapt. 1930s, end. 1940s]; m. 1940s, Las Vegas, Nev., to Vera Joyce Milne, dau. of Ervin & Nettie Vera (Whittaker) Milne. She was b. 1920s, St. George, Utah [bapt. 1930s, end. & H. 1940s].

            Sgt. James Mark Sevy was in basic training in Texas and Calif. for 6 months; he was on his way overseas when the war ended. He was sent to Japan in the Army of Occupation for 1 year. He is now a diamond salesman at Andersons Jewelry Store in Salt Lake City. They had 2 children, b. in St. George, Utah:

(1)       Linda Joyce Sevy, b. 1940s,

(2)       James Mark Sevy Jr., b. 1950s.

8.       Mary Fenella Sevy, b. 1930s [bapt. 1940s, end. & H. 1950s]; m 1950s, to William Dewey Adams, s. of Nathan William & Irene (Tebbs) Adams. He was b. 1930s, Panguitch [bapt. 1930s, end. 1950s].

            Both Mary and Dewey graduated from Panguitch High School. Dewey attended Branch Agricultural College at Cedar City 1 year and was outstanding in athletics; was also in the service of U.S.A. Both have been active in the Church. They had 1 child:

(1)       Tamara Susan Adams, b. 1950s, Ocean Side, Calif., at Camp Pendleton Naval Hospital.

9.       Nina Beth Sevy, b. 1930s [bapt. 1940s]; m. 1950s, Las Vegas, Nevada, to Vincent D. Harding, s. of Samuel Dewayne & Nell (Lay) Harding. He was b. 1930s, Richfield, Utah [bapt. 1940s]. They had 1 child:

(1)       Michael Vincent Harding, b. 1950s, Salt Lake City.


      RHOANA HEYWOOD, 2nd child of Joseph Edgar & Margaret Effie (Henrie) Heywood, was b. 23 Mar. 1896, Panguitch, Utah [bapt. 4 Aug. 1904, end. & H, 1930s]; m. 1910s, Panguitch, to William Fredrick Sargent, s. of Lenard Cannon & Matilda (Walker) Sargent. He was b. 2 June 1894, Panguitch [bapt. 18 May 1901, end. 1930s]. [p. 236]

      Rhoana Heywood was one of eight members of the first graduating class from Panguitch High School, in 1916. She played a piano solo and accompanied the singing for all the exercises. When she was 15 years old, she was made organist of Primary; later she was a counselor. She has been organist in the Stake and Ward Relief Society and has served as Ward president and counselor; and has been organist in the Ward and Stake Sunday School and Ward and Stake Primary; has been a visiting teacher since her marriage.

      They made their home in Panguitch until 1949, when they moved to Richfield, Utah. Fred was made foreman of the State Road Repair Shops in Richfield, which necessitated the move. They are both working on genealogical research and doing temple work. They had 6 children, all b. in Panguitch:

1.       Maxine Sargent, b. 1910s [bapt. 1920s, end. & H. 1930s, P. 1930s]; m. 1930s, Salt Lake City (L.D.S. Temple), to Elias Christian Butterfield, s. of Joseph James & Dora Caroline (Peterson) Butterfield. He was b. 1910s, Riverton, Utah [bapt. 1920s, end. 1930s]. They had 6 children, all b. in Riverton:

(1)       Brent Elias Butterfield, b. 1930s [bapt. 1940s].

(2)       Roger Christian Butterfield, b. 1940s [bapt. 1940s].

(3)       Janeal Butterfield, b. 1940s [bapt. 1950s] .

(4)       Janean Butterfield, twin, b. 1940s [bapt. 1950s].

(5)       Veda Butterfield, b. 1940s.

(6)       Craig Sargent Butterfield, b. 1950s.

2.       Effie Sargent, b. 1910s, Panguitch [bapt. 1920s, P. 1930s]; m. 1940s, to Robert Barns Cherington. Effie gave an honor speech in her high school graduating class and sang in a trio. She graduated from L.D.S. Business College in Salt Lake City. They did not have any children but adopted 3:

(1)       Kim Cherington, b. 1950s, Salt Lake City, Utah.

(2)       Barbara Cherington, b. 1950s, twin, Salt Lake City.

(3)       Debra Cherington, b. 1950s, twin, Salt Lake City.

3.       Fredrick Rulon Sargent, b. 1920s, Panguitch [bapt. 1920s, P. 1930s]; m. 1940s, Fredonia, Ariz., to Emma Lucile Orton, dau. of Samuel Orien & Wilma (Dodds) Orton. She was b. 1920s, Panguitch; she m. (1) Gale Houston and they were divorced. Rulon served 4 yrs. in World War II, driving tanks in Europe. He was wounded in action and spent 10 months in a hospital in Nurnberg, Germany; received the Purple Heart and several citations for bravery. [p. 237]

      Gale Houston and Emma Lucile Orton had 1 child, who has been adopted by Fredrick Rulon Sargent:

(1)       Byron Houston Sargent, b. 1940s, Panguitch, Utah.

            Fredrick Rulon & Emma Lucile (Orton) Sargent had 2 children:

(2)       Francene Sargent, b. 1940s, Panguitch.

(3)       Susan Sargent, b. 1950s, Panguitch.

4.       Elsie Sargent, 4th child of William Fredrick & Rhoana (Heywood) Sargent, was b. 1920s, Panguitch [bapt. 1930s, end. & H. 1940s, P. 1930s]; m. 1940s, St. George (L.D.S. Temple), to Earl Petty Spendlove, s. of George Isom & Lilly (Petty) Spendlove. He was b. 1910s, Hurricane, Washington Co., Utah [bapt.; end. 1940s]. Elsie graduated from the Branch Agricultural College at Cedar City. She is serving in her ward as chorister and secretary. They had 2 children:

(1)       Kathleen Spendlove, b. 1940s, Ainsworth, Brown Co., Nebraska

(2)       Janet Spendlove, b. 1950s, Kanab, Utah.

5.       Lucille Sargent, b. 1920s, Panguitch [bapt.; P. 1930s]. She was president of the Student Body the year she graduated from high school and received a $100 scholarship to Brigham Young University at Provo, Utah. After attending for 2 years she was called to the Spanish American Mission and served for 30 months. She is now serving as a missionary among the Spanish speaking people in the Salt Lake area. She is employed in the credit department of the Continental Bank of Salt Lake City.

6.       William Karl Sargent, b. 1920s, Panguitch [bapt.; P. 1930s]. He gave an honor speech in his high school graduating class and played a piano solo. He attended the L.D.S. Business College and the Mozart School of Music for 1 year before going into service in the Air Force. He trained a year in the states in cryptography and teletype, then was sent to Japan for 2 years. He was later transferred to Germany for a year. He is presently attending the Kansas City College and working as a teletypist in Kansas City Municipal Air Port, Kansas City, Mo.


      EDGAR TRUE HEYWOOD, 3rd child of Joseph Edgar & Margaret Effie (Henrie) Heywood, was b. 5 Feb. 1898, Panguitch, Utah [bapt. 4-6 Aug. 1906, end. 1910s]; m. (1) 3 Apr. 1918, to Clara Fulton Syrett, dau. of Fred Carlson & Sarah Delilah (Bunce) Syrett. She was b. 17 Sept, 1898, Kingston, Utah [bapt. 3 Nov. 1906, end. & H, 1910s]; she d. 1940s, Panguitch, and bur. there 2 Jan. He m. (2)       [p. 238]

      Edgar True & Clara Fulton (Syrett) Heywood had 4 children:

1.       Edgar Keith Heywood, b. 1920s, Provo, Utah.

2.       Kenneth True Heywood, b. 1920s, Panguitch, Utah.

3.       Clara Louise Heywood, b. 1930s, Panguitch.

4.       Fred Heywood, b. 1930s, Panguitch.


      MARTHA H. HEYWOOD, 5th child of Joseph Edgar & Margaret Effie (Henrie) Heywood, was b. 16 June 1902, Panguitch, Utah [bapt.; end. 1920s]; m. Roy Cooper Hatch, s. of Franklin A. & Lucy Alberta (Cameron) Hatch. He was b. 11 May 1903, Panguitch. She did proxy endowments for 84 persons, St. George Temple. Roy filled a 2 ˝ yr. Mexican mission. They had 11 children, all b. in Panguitch:

1.       Mariana Hatch, b. 1920s [bapt. 1930s, end. & H. 1940s]; m. 1940s, Salt Lake City (L.D.S. Temple), to Maiben L. Duffin, s. of William Oliver & Alice (Sorenson) Duffin. He was b. 1920s, Glenwood, Sevier Co., Utah [bapt. 1930s, end. 1910s].

            Mariana served as secretary of Panguitch North Ward Y.W.M.I.A.; Sunday School teacher, Wilson Ward and the 10th Ward, Salt Lake City; Primary teacher, Oklahoma City Branch, Oklahoma, and North 17th Ward Salt Lake City; secretary in Primary of North 17th Ward at present time. Maiben was secretary of Deacons’ Quorum; president of Teachers’ Quorum; 2nd counselor in Sunday School superintendency in the Oklahoma City Branch, Oklahoma; is assistant ward clerk, 17th Ward Salt Lake City, at present time. They had 1 child:

(1)       Kathryn Duffin, b. 1950s, St. George, Utah.

2.       Roy Dwayne Hatch, b. 1920s, Panguitch; not married. Attended 1 year at Branch Agricultural College, Cedar City, Utah; filled a 2 year mission for the L.D.S. Church in Canada; and was in the service of the government in the Korean conflict.

3.       Karma Hatch, b. 1930s, Panguitch [bapt. 1930s, no end. date given, H. 1940s]; m. 1940s, Palo Alto, Calif., to Hal W. Pectol, s. of Rulon Gubler & Cleo Erano (Christen) Pectol. He was b. 1930s, St. George, Utah [bapt. 1930s]. She was a student at Dixie College for 1 year. They had 1 child:

(1)       Wyatt Pectol, b. 1950s, Palo Alto, Calif.

4.       Arlene Hatch, b. 1930s, twin.

5.       Arthur J. Hatch, b. 1930s, twin [bapt. 1940s, end. 1950s]; m. 1950s, St. George (L.D.S. Temple), Carrol Snow. [p. 239] Carrol Snow was b. 1930s, St. George, Utah, dau. of Rulon Alma & Marian (Miller) Snow [bapt. 1930s, end. & H. 1950s]. Arthur J. Hatch was a student for 1 year at Dixie College. They had 1 child:

(1)       Kerrick Arthur Hatch, b. 1950s, St. George, Utah.

6.       Carol Hatch, 6th child of Roy Cooper & Martha H. (Heywood) Hatch, was b. 1930s, Panguitch, Utah.

7.       Karl G. Hatch, b. 1930s, Panguitch, d. 1930s.

8.       Glena Mae Hatch, b. 1930s, Panguitch.

9.       Martha Hatch, b. 1940s, Panguitch.

10.       Merle Hatch, b. 1940s, d. 1940s, Panguitch.

11.       Rell Kent Hatch, b. 1940s, Panguitch.


      JAMES HEYWOOD, 7th child of Joseph Edgar & Margaret Effie (Henrie) Heywood, was b. 27 June 1906, Panguitch, Utah [bapt. 1914, end. 1930s, m. 1930s, to Nellie Sargent, dau. of Lenard Cannon & Matilda (Walker) Sargent. She was b. 15 Sept. 1908, Panguitch [bapt.; end. & H. 1930s]. They had 5 children:

1.       Kathleen Heywood, b. 1930s, Richfield, Utah.

2.       Janice Heywood, b. 1930s, Richfield.

3.       Winnie Nell Heywood, b. 1930s, Marysvale, Utah.

4.       James Kay Heywood, b. 1940s, Cedar City, Utah.

5.       Joseph Leonard Heywood, b. 1940s, Cedar City.


      ETHEL HEYWOOD, 14th child of Joseph Edgar & Margaret Effie (Henrie) Heywood, was b. 1910s [bapt. 1920s]; m. 1930s, Panguitch Utah, to Wayne Follett Watts, s. of William E. & Marcia (Fuller) Watts. He was b. 21 July 1908, Fort Collins, Larimer Co., Colo.

      Wayne was engaged in construction work until June 1936, and the first move was to Montana, then to Bingham Canyon. From Apr. 1939 until late in 1941 they traveled through South America, spending most of the time in Columbia, Chile, and Argentina. They then returned to the U.S.A. and associated with U.S army engineers during World War II in Salt Lake City and [p. 240] San Francisco. In 1944 they returned to South America and were located in Caracas, Venezuela, until 1946. They returned again to Salt Lake City and associated with others in construction machinery business until 1949. From there they went to Panguitch for a time, to Sacramento, Calif., for a few months, and have now located in Reno, Nevada. Wayne Follett & Ethel (Heywood) Watts had 3 children:

1.       Donald Wayne Watts b. 1930s, Copperton, Salt Lake Co., Utah [bapt. 1940s].

2.       Gerald William Watts, b. 1940s, Salt Lake City, Utah [bapt.       1 Dec. 1951].

3.       Norman Ellsworth Watts, b. 1940s, Panguitch, Utah.


      MARK KAY HEYWOOD, 11th child of Joseph Edgar & Margaret Effie (Henrie) Heywood, was b. 1910s, Panguitch, Utah [bapt.; end. 1930s]; m. 1930s, to Videne or Neilene Clove, dau. of Niels Ivor & Dora Ann (Justest) Clove. She was b. 1910s, Panguitch [bapt.; end. & H. 1930s].

      Mark Kay graduated from Panguitch High School; he also completed a course of study at National Automotive & Electrical, and Los Angeles Trade School at Los Angeles, Calif. He has been actively engaged in the business field; has managed a theater house at Panguitch, a Parts and Service Dept. for Lunt Motor, in Cedar City, and at present is manager of Ruynal Buick, in Richfield, Utah. He was a charter member of the Panguitch Junior Chamber of Commerce and served as vice-president. He was supt. of the Ward M.I.A. at Cedar City for 2 years and at present is activity counselor in the Sevier Stake M.I.A.

      His wife has been active in church affairs; for 2 years has been president of Richfield 2nd Ward Primary. She and her husband helped in the manufacture of airplanes during World War II. They had 5 children:

1.       Annette Heywood, b. 1930s, Panguitch [bapt. 1940s].

2.       Marsden K. Heywood, b. 1930s, Panguitch.

3.       Kathleen Heywood, b. 1940s, Panguitch.

4.       Bruce Neil Heywood b. 1940s, Cedar City, Utah.

The first name was too light to read.
      5.       Perry (?) Kay Heywood, b. 1940s, Cedar City. [p. 241]


      EDITH HEYWOOD, 12th child of Joseph Edgar & Margaret Effie (Henrie) Heywood, was b. 1910s, Panguitch, Utah [bapt. 1920s, end. & H. 1940s]; m. Clarence Giles, s. of Noah & Lila May (Ahlstrom) Giles. He was b. 1910s, Heber, Utah [bapt. 1920s, end. 1940s].

      She graduated from Brigham Young University and taught school 2 years before her marriage to Clarence, whom she met while attending Brigham Young University. At different times she has been a teacher in Sunday School and Primary, counselor in Primary, Young Ladies M.I.A. and Relief Society, and president of Young Ladies M I.A.

      Clarence received his B.A. degree at Brigham Young University in 1940, and his Master’s degree from the same school in 1951. He was in the Marine Corps for 3 yrs. during World War II. He has been a school teacher at Roosevelt, Murray, and principal of Panguitch High School; at present he is principal of Lehi School at Mesa, Ariz. He has been a teacher in Sunday School and M.I.A., one of the 7 presidents of the 400th Quorum of Seventies, and at present is in the bishopric in Mesa, Ariz.

      Clarence W. and Edith (Heywood) Giles had 3 children:

1.       Joseph Edgar Giles, b. 1940s, Roosevelt, Utah [bapt. 1950s].

2.       Joyce Giles, b. 1940s, Cedar City, Utah [bapt. 1950s].

3.       Douglas William Giles, b. 1940s, Panguitch, Utah. [p. 242]