John Dalley WINWARD was born 12 June 1904 in Whitney, Franklin County, Idaho, USA. He married Martha Emily HOLLOWAY 24 December 1931 in Logan, Cache County, Utah, USA. He died 09 August 1990 in Roy, Weber County, Utah, USA. Martha Emily HOLLOWAY, daughter of Richard George Knibbs HOLLOWAY and Evah Clare THOMAS , was born 11 April 1910 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. She died 18 July 1971 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA.

Children of John Dalley WINWARD and Martha Emily HOLLOWAY are:
1. Jack Holloway WINWARD, b. 18 September 1935
2. Richard Bert WINWARD, b. 07 August 1937
3. Lueve WINWARD, b. Private
4. Robert Terry WINWARD, b. 22 March 1942

Notes for John Dalley WINWARD:

Also known as: Doc

In 1910, John's family were living at Whitney, Oneida, Idaho:
Bert W Winward Head Mar 33 Utah
Lula Winward Wife Mar 29 Utah
Bertie W Winward Son 7 Idaho
John D Winward Son 6 Idaho
Lurena Winward Daur 4 Idaho
Fielding Winward Son 2 Idaho
Effie Winward Daur 1month Idaho

In 1920, John was living with his parents at Franklin, Idaho:
Bertie Winward Head Mar 43 Utah
Lula Effie Winward Wife Mar 39 Utah
Bertie W Winward Son 17 Idaho
John D Winward Son 15 Idaho
Lurena Winward Daur 13 Idaho
Feilding H Winward Son 12 Idaho
Effie Winward Daur 9 Idaho
Woodrow W Winward Son 7 Idaho
Thane D Winward Son 5 Idaho

In 1930, John was living with his parents and siblings at Whitney, Franklin, Idaho:
Bertie W Winward Head Mar Utah
Lulu D Winward Wife Mar 49 Utah
John D Winward Son UnM 25 Idaho
Effie Winward Daur UnM 20 Idah
Woodrow Winward Son UnM 17 Idaho
Thane Winward Som 15 Idaho
Catharine Winward Daur 10 Idaho
Grace Thompson Boarder 24 Utah

John married Martha Holloway in 1931.

We see John and Emily in 1940, living at Ward 1, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City Precinct, Salt Lake, Utah:
John D Winward Head Mar 35 Deputy Veterinarian Idaho
Emily Winward Wife Mar 30 English Canada
Lueve Winward Daur 7 Idaho
Jack H Winward Son 4 Idaho
Richard B Winward Son 2 Utah

The census stated that in 1935, he was living in Casper, Natrona, Wyoming.

From the Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Sunday, Aug. 12 1990:
John D. Winward, age 86, beloved father, grandfather and brother, passed away peacefully August 9, 1990 in a local nursing home.
Born July 12, 1904 in Whitney, Idaho, to Bertie W. Sr. and Lula Dalley Winward. Served a Western States LDS Mission. Married Martha Emily Holloway, December 24, 1931. She preceded him in death, July 18, 1971. Graduated from Washington State University as a doctor of veterinary medicine. Worked as an area veterinarian, with the state and federal governments for over 35 years. He belonged to national, state and local veterinary organizations. Received an award of merit for outstanding years of service. He spent years controlling and eradicating TB and Brucellosis. Active member of the LDS Church. Held many positions. Active in Boy Scouts, held the rank of Eagle Scout. Survived by his children, Lueve and husband, Boyd Whitby, Centerville; Jack H. and wife, Ruth, Kaysville; Dr. Richard B. and wife, Pauline, Layton; R. Terry and wife, Della, 310 Metaline Place, Kennewick, Wash.; 19 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, his sister, Effie Felstead, Pullman, Wash.; brother, Thayne D., Dayton, Idaho; sister, Catherine Jensen, Preston, Idaho; numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by one sister, four brothers.
Funeral services, Monday, August 13, 1990, 1 p.m., Whitney Idaho Chapel. Friends may call Webb Funeral Home, 109 East Onieda, Preston, Idaho, Sunday from 6-7:30 p.m. and Monday at the ward chapel, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Interment, Whitney Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions be sent to Primary Childrens Neurological Unit, 100 No. Medical Dr., SLC, Utah, 84112.


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Notes for Martha Emily HOLLOWAY:

From the Ogden Standard Examiner, Tuesday Jul 20th, 1971:
M. Emily Winward
Salt Lake City - Mrs. Martha Emily Winward, 81, died Sunday in a Salt Lake Hospital of natural causes.
Mrs. Winward was born April 11, 1910 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, a daughter of Richard George and Eva Clare Thomas Holloway.
She was married to Dr. John Dalley Winward on Dec 24th, 1931 in Logan. The marriage was solemnised in the LDS temple in July 1932.
Among the survivors are two sons Jack H of Kaysville; Dr. Richard Bert of Layton.
Funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 10.30 a.m. in the ward chapel.
Friends may call tonight from 7 to 9 at the Larkin mortuary 260 E. South Temple and Wednesday at the ward chapel one hour before services.
Burial at Whitney Idaho Cemetery Wednesday 2.30 p.m.
Donations maybe made to the Genealogical Society..


The web site shows that Martha was married to a man named John Dalley Winward (1904-1990, and they had two children - Jack Halloway Winward (1935 - 2012), and Richard Bert "Dick" Winward (1937 - 2009). We see from her husband's obituary that there was also a daughter named Lueve and another son named R. Terry.

Our gratitude goes to the members and volunteers at Find A Grave web site for recording the details, in memory of Martha Emily.

Sources for Martha Emily HOLLOWAY:

  1. 1911 Canadian Census,
  2. The Office of the Public Trustee in Edmonton,
  3. Obituary,
  5. LDS Personal Files,

Notes for Jack Holloway WINWARD:

From Deseret News, Salt Lake Ciuty, March 1, 2012.
Jack Holloway Winward, 76, passed away Feb. 28, 2012, at the Davis County Medical Center in Layton, Utah. He was born Sept. 18, 1935, in Preston, Idaho, the son of John Dalley and Martha Emily Holloway Winward.
He graduated from East High School in Salt Lake City and then served an LDS Mission to Los Angeles, Calif. He served his country in the U.S. Army from 1959 to 1961. He graduated from LDS Business College with degrees in accounting and data processing. He married Ruth Bradford on March 4, 1966, in the Logan LDS Temple.
He served as executive secretary in the scouting programs and in numerous callings in the LDS Church. He worked for Utah Power for 30 years. He was loved and will be greatly missed by all of his friends and family, especially his grandchildren.
He is survived by his wife, Ruth Winward of Kaysville; a daughter, Ruth Ann Wimmer of Beaver Dam, Wis.; a son, Jack Bradford Winward of Cumberland, R.I.; four grandchildren, M. David Wimmer, Annika Ruth Wimmer, Daniel W. Wimmer and Adam A. Wimmer; a sister, Lueve (Boyd) Whitby of Centerville, Utah; a brother, Robert Terry (Della) Winward of Kennewick, Wash.; and by a sister-in-law, Pauline Winward of Layton, Utah. He was preceded in death by his parents and by a brother, Richard B. Winward.
Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 3, 2012, at Webb Funeral Home, 1005 S. 800 East in Preston, Idaho. Friends may call from noon to 12:45 p.m. Saturday at the mortuary. Military rites and interment will be in the Whitney, Idaho, Cemetery.

Published in Logan Herald Journal from March 1, 2012.

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Sources for Jack Holloway WINWARD:

  2. Obituary,

Notes for Richard Bert WINWARD:

Also known as: Dick

Dr. Richard Bert Winward passed away peacefully in his home surrounded by many loved ones on Wednesday, October 21, 2009 at the age of 72 due to health complications from a recent heart attack.
Dick was born August 7, 1937, in Salt Lake City, Utah to parents John Dalley Winward and Martha Emily Holloway.
He graduated from East High School and served as an LDS missionary in the New Zealand mission. While he was serving, the missionaries had the opportunity to help with the completion and dedication of the New Zealand Temple.
During his mission, Dick gained a great love for the Maori people. That love continued throughout his life as he served as President of the New Zealand Missionary Society. His missionary work continued as he served his country for two years in Fort Bliss, Texas, in the United States Army. Missionary work was always an important part of Dick's life.
Dick graduated with a Bachelor's Degree from Utah State University in June of 1964. While attending, he met his sweetheart Pauline Kirkbride. They were married on June 12, 1964 in the Logan LDS Temple.
Following their marriage, they moved to Colorado, where Dick graduated from Colorado State, receiving high honors with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. They moved back to Utah, where he worked at the Layton Veterinary Hospital until starting his own practice, A Animal Hospital, in Clearfield, Utah. He received many awards and recognitions throughout his life for his work in veterinary medicine, the community, and scouting.
He was a faithful member of the LDS Church. He served in many positions including as bishop, high councilor, scoutmaster, and was a devoted home teacher. He enjoyed working hard, fishing, hunting, and traveling. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, neighbor, friend, and will be greatly missed.
Dick was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife Pauline Kirkbride Winward and daughters Debbie (Kenneth) Sherman, Jan (Kyle) Israelsen, Luana (Ridge) Hartley, Cindy (Kevin) Hugie, Crystal (R.J.) Perry, and his 15.5 grandchildren. Also survived by his siblings Lueve (Boyd) Whitby, Jack (Ruth) Winward, and Terry (Della) Winward.

Funeral Services will be held on Monday, October 26, 2009 at 1:00 p.m. in the Layton North Stake Center Chapel, 1954 East Antelope Drive. Friends and family may call on Sunday from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. at Lindquist's Layton Mortuary, 1867 North Fairfield Road, and on Monday from 11:45-12:45 prior to the services at the Church.
Interment: Lindquist's Memorial Park at Layton.

Published in the Deseret News from October 24 to October 25, 2009.

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Notes for Lueve WINWARD:

Notes for Robert Terry WINWARD:

Also known as: Terry

Terry married Della Charlene Wells on September 2, 1966 in Utah. Della was born August 29, 1947 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Delbert Charles and Eleanor Woolsey Wells. She passed away quietly on Friday, December 19, 2014 at the age of 67.

From the Tri-City Herald, Voice of the Mid-Columbia.
Mueller's Tri-Cities Funeral Home
Robert "Terry" Winward, Sr., devoted husband and father, passed away Saturday, February the 7th, 2015. Terry was the fourth and youngest child of John Dalley and Martha Emily Holloway Winward. Terry grew up in the Salt Lake City area where he was active in church and boy scouting. He graduated from East High in 1960. He went on to serve a 2 year mission for the LDS church in the Western States Mission. He attended the University of Utah where he earned his Bachelor's degree in 1966 and his doctorate in 1972. He married his "sweetheart", Della Charlene Wells, on September 2, 1966 in the Salt Lake City LDS temple. They have five children: Robert Terry Winward, Jr. (Shelli); Jeffrey Dean Winward (Kathi); Christine Lee Winward; Karen Lynn Jenkins (Nathan); and Kimberly Ann Drake (Thomas). In 1984 a job at the Hanford Nuclear site inspired the family move to Kennewick Washington where Terry and Della lived out the remainder of their lives.

Service in his church and community was a passion of Terry's. He spent countless hours in such service. Much of this time was spent in developing talents and leadership qualities in youth and encouraging them to be active community contributors. Terry helped to bring Junior Achievement to the Tri-City area and served as a leader in The Boy Scouts of America. The Scouting program was very important to Terry. He not only earned his Eagle Scout Award as a youth, but earned a Silver Beaver Award (a distinguished service award) as an adult leader. He was also involved in the Hanford Chapter of the National Management Association (NMA) serving as President and Vice President for multiple years. He received and distributed many awards and recognitions through this and other programs. Terry and Della loved serving in their church and filled many callings through the years. They loved attending the temple and were a great example to their family of devotion and faithful service.

Terry and Della loved being parents but relished their time as grandparents. Terry especially loved holding the babies and talking to them. He felt it was important to build a legacy for his 18 grandchildren. Terry often wrote poems or letters to his children and grandchildren so his family had something to remember of him. Terry's love of family extended to a yearning to search out his family lines and meet with extended family to learn more of his family history.

Terry and Della shared a passion for traveling. They went on many great adventures together. Terry was an outdoorsman and found great joy in the hobbies of camping, hunting and fishing. Poor weather and declining health did little to keep him from these adventures. He persisted in going even sometimes over protests from his protective children. He was a believer in doing things that brought him joy.

Terry was preceded in death by his dear wife, Della, both of his parents, brothers Dick and Jack Winward, and brotherin-law Marlin Green. He is survived by his 5 children, 18 grandchildren, sister Lueve and her husband Boyd Whitby, sisters-in-law Pauline and Ruth Winward, and Jacqueline Green.

Viewing will be held Wednesday, February 11, 2015, 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., at Mueller's Tri-Cities Funeral Home, 1401 S. Union Street, Kennewick. Funeral services will be held Thursday, February 12th, 11:00 a.m., at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 515 S. Union Street, Kennewick with viewing beginning at 9:30 a.m. Idaho Funeral services will be held on Saturday, February 14, 2015, 12:00 p.m., at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1444 S 1600 E., Preston, Idaho with viewing beginning at 11:00 a.m. Dedication of the grave will follow at Whitney Cemetery in Preston.


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Sources for Robert Terry WINWARD:

  1. Obituary,