Franklin Thomas and Mary Jane Titcomb Gray: Thomas Gray was born December 8, 1851, and his family migrated from England around the time of his birth. His family lived in Lehi. He married Mary in 1874 and in 1880 they lived in Highland with 4 children. Mary was born December 31, 1855, in Cottonwood, Utah, the oldest of fourteen children born to Luke and Lydia Jane Tanner Titcomb. Their homestead was 160 acres, south of the Savill’s (#2 on the 1958
Highland map - interactive, larger - 10101 N. 6800 W.). They had eight children and before 1900 they had moved back to Lehi. He died April 13, 1820, and she died May 6, 1933. They are buried in Lehi City Cemetery.
Joseph Amos and Maxine Faye Downey Greenberg: Joe was born April 28, 1928, in Utah to Gustav Amos and Gerda Helena Anderson Greenberg. In 1943, when he registered for the WWII draft, he was living in Murray, Utah. He married Beulah Mildred Goff June 1, 1948, and they had three children: Betty Jo, Ralph, and Walter and were then divorced.
Joe married Maxine on August 21, 1956. Maxine was born in Newport, Nebraska May 31, 1939, to Raymond Harvey and Ada Vinnie Martin Downey. They had six children: Evelyn, William, Mary, Carl, Scott, and Robert. They moved to Highland (#99) sometime after 1956. Joe had a career working for AT&T. They were sealed in the Temple June 5, 1996. Maxine died January 20, 1997, in Salt Lake City. Joe died in Highland July 11, 2014, and they are buried in the American Fork City Cemetery.
HIGHLAND HISTORY: A compilation by Charles T Greenland II for the Highland
Highland Historical Society Home Page
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Highland History Chapters (compiled by: Charles T Greenland):
1958 Highland Aerial Map - Interactive
1958 Highland Aerial Map - Large
Highland Family Histories
1958 Highland Homes & Families (table with addresses)
Highland Censuses (and LDS Ward Membership List)