James Edward Pace

James Edward Pace (1811-1888) was born 15 Jun. 1811 in Double Springs, Rutherford Co., Tennessee. He was the son of James Pace and Mary Ann Loving. He married Lucinda Gibson Strickland on 20 Mar. 1831 in Tennessee; participated in plural marriage. He was baptized 14 Apr. 1839 in Shelby Co., Illinois. He hosted Wilford Woodruff overnight on 4 Dec. 1855 in Spanish Fork, Utah Co., Utah Territory. He died 6 Apr. 1888 in Thatcher, Graham Co., Arizona Territory.

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