Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Peter Litleton Woody & Eliza Stover Woody.

 Peter Littleton Woody, Sr.

Birth: May 4, 1833, Dahlonega, Lumpkin County, Georgia.
Death: Jun. 17, 1908, Paxico,Wabaunsee County, Kansas.

75y 1m 13d

Confederate West Virginia mm.

Wife: Eliza Stover Woody.
Birth: Jan. 6, 1832, Habersham (Habersham County, Habersham County, Georgia.
Death: Jan. 7, 1901, Paxico, Wabaunsee County, Kansas.

Children: William Berry Woody (1855 - 1898). James Dawson Woody (1860 - 1937). Leonard Woody (1864 - 1881) Robert Edward Lee Woody (1865 - 1881). Mary Eliza Woody Miller (1867 - 1900)* John Stonewall Jackson Woody (1869 - 1938)* George Washington Woody (1872 - 1934). Joseph Longstreet Woody (1875 - 1964).

Burial: Bethlehem Cemetery, Paxico, Wabaunsee County, Kansas.

Publish date 1901.
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Was born May 4, 1833, at Dahlonega, Georgia, removing to Platte county, Missouri, in 1866, and to Kansas in 1870, locating on the Snokomo, where he still resides. Was married July 4, 1856, in Lumpkin county, Georgia, ten children being born to this union. Though by no means a politician, Mr. Woody has always had a voice in the councils of his party, attested by his familiar presence at state and county conventions. He has been treasurer of Newbury township and for eighteen years has been a member of the school board. He has always been active in church work and has availed himself of every opportunity to advance any good cause that gave promise of the betterment of
his fellows.
Was born January 6, 1833, in Hebersham county, Georgia, and died of pneumonia, at the family home on the Snokomo, on January 8, 1901. To make home happy was her constant endeavor; to minister to the sick and to care for the afflicted was with her a Christian duty — that when- the Angel of Death should beckon, the spirit might find rest in that Home made without hands, eternal in the Heavens. 

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