James David William & Mary Louise Greenland Grace

James and Mary GraceThe Graces lived in Highland a short while beginning in 1938 in a home owned by Mary's brother (Number 2 on the 1958 Highland map). James (Jim) was born August 28, 1903, in Lehi, Utah to James D. and Julia Jane Turner Grace. At the 1910 census he and his parents were living with his Turner grandparents in Lehi. Mary was born November 25, 1904, in Winter Quarters, Utah to Charles T. and Rachel Potter Greenland (q.v.). They were married June 18, 1924, in the Salt Lake Temple and had four children: James Charles, Elaine M., Leland Eugene, and Edna. 

Jim was a sheep man early in life then spent many years at Lehi Lumber working for Byron Whipple. When he registered for the WWII draft in 1943 he was living in Lehi and working for the lumber company. Jim died at age 75 on December 28, 1978, the same day as his sister-in-law, Maud Greenland (q.v.). Mary died November 8, 1991, just short of her 87th birthday. They are buried in the Lehi City Cemetery.

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Leonard Greenland in front of the Grace home (which was owned my Mary Grace's brother)

Source: HIGHLAND HISTORY: A compilation by Charles T Greenland II for the Highland Historical Society

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