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Judd, Carlos Wandel, 1892-1982



  • Existence: 1892-1982

Biographical History

Carlos Wandel Judd (1892-1982) was a Mormon man from Kanab, Utah.

Carlos Wandel Judd was born on August 22, 1892 in Kanab, Kane County, Utah. He served in the Southern States Mission (1912-1914), mostly working in Kentucky. He married Esther Brown on June 15, 1922 in Salt Lake City, Utah. His main occupation was cattle rancher, and maintained permits with the Bureau of Land Management on Kaibab, Kane County, Utah. He also worked for United States Forest Service as Fire Guard in the Kaibab National Forest. He was deeply involved in his community, and served as the sheriff of Kane County, mayor of Kanab (1931), Kane County commissioner, state brand inspector, and counselor in the Kanab Ward bishopric. Judd died on December 26, 1982 in Provo, Utah, and was buried in Kanab, Utah.


Information from Thea Daniel, granddaughter of Carlos Judd, December 5, 2013.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Thea Daniel collection on Judd family

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 7960
Scope and Contents Contains a story titled A Little Indian Girl written by Nancy Asay, daughter of Priddy Meeks, and the history of Carlos W. Judd and Esther Brown Judd, and five audio cassettes and one CD of Esther Judd stories she made and told. Dated 1956-2006.