Nellie Chambers Woods


Personal and Family Information

Nellie was born in FEB 1885 in Benton County, Arkansas, the daughter of Joseph Newton Woods and Nancy Ann Chambers.

She died on 4 FEB 1972 in Howard County, Texas.

Her husband was Allen McDonald Burns, who she married on 29 AUG 1909 in Benton County, Arkansas. They had no known children.

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


Nellie Chambers Woods


Joseph Newton Woods


Samuel Purviance Woods


Samuel "East" Woods


Anna Purviance


Elizabeth Greaves Dickson


Robert Dickson


Esther Moore


Nancy Ann Chambers



BirthFEB 1885
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Death4 FEB 1972
Place: Howard County, Texas
Death Cert -Burns, Nellie Chambers

Census27 JUN 1900
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Age: 13 to 14
Address: Osage, dwelling 259 Woods Newton, head wm born Feb 1852 age 48 married 28 yrs born Ark, f&m Ark, farmer __ Nancy wife, wf Sept 1852 married 28 yrs, mother of 9, 9 living, born Ark f&m North Carolina __ Elex, son wm Aug 1878, 21 single born Ark, f&m Ark __ Allen son wm July 1880 19, single born Ark, f&m Ark __ Grace daughter wf Aug 1883, 16, single born Ark, f&m Ark __ Millie Daughter wf Feb 1885, 15, single born Ark, f&m Ark __ Blanch, daughter wf July 1889, 10, single born Ark, f&m Ark __ Bryce son wm Dec 1891, 8, single born Ark, f&m Ark __ Madge daughter wf April 1893, 7, single born Ark, f&m Ark
Census21 JAN 1920
Place: Glasscock County, Texas
Address: Precinct 3, Concho Draw. farm dwelling 21 family 22 Burns, Allan m, head owns home with morgage , mw age 30 married born Tenn, f & M Tenn __ Nellie C, wife fw age 33 married born Ark f &m Ark __ Margarete B daughter fw age 9 single born Texas f Tenn, m Ark __ Allen Keller, son mw age 7 single born Texas f Tenn, m Ark __ Mary Louise daughter fw age 4 single born Texas f Tenn, m Ark
BurialFEB 1972
Place: Howard County, Texas
Address: Mount Olive Cemetery, Big Spring plot 02-034-007 findagrave 71037498 links to husband Allan Mcdonald Burns 1889-1973, children, parents, and siblings.


Note 1

Rogers Daily News April 28, 1930

Allie Woods, a prominent farmer residing between Rogers and Bentonville, died in a Bentonville hospital on Sunday morning, April 27th, 1930 following an operation the previous Wednesday. Funeral services were held at his home northwest of Rogers at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon

with interment in the Bentonville cemetery beside his wife who died about seven years ago.

Rev. A.W. Henderson, pastor of the Bentonville Presbyterian Church, conducted the services. Mr. Woods was stricken ill early Tuesday morning, April 22nd and was brought to a Bentonville hospital where the operation was performed the next day after which pneumonia developed. He was of a prominent Benton County family and lived all his life on and near the Woods homestead taken by his grandfather 98 years ago. The Woods home, northwest of Rogers, is one of the most beautiful in the Rogers vicinity and is noted for the profusion of beautiful flowers grown there.

Mr. Woods' mother, Mrs. J.N. Woods, has made her home with him since the death of his wife seven years ago and helped to care for the two sons, Lewis, 20 years old, and Joe, 15 years old. The oldest son attended the University of Arkansas last year. The youngest son recently returned from a Kansas City hospital where he had been for treatment most of the time since being injured while playing at school last year. Besides his mother and two sons Mr. Woods is survived by four brothers and four sisters. They are: Dr. W.H. Woods, Jasper, MO; Dr. Jim P Woods, Monett, MO; Alex and Bryce Woods, living on and near the home place; Mrs. Grace Christy, Durango, Colo; Mrs. Nellie Burns, Big Springs, Texas; Miss Blanche Woods, Phoenix, Arizona and Mrs. Madge Gartside, northwest of Rogers. A large number of other relatives also survive him.

Findagrave MEMORIAL ID 48227336

Note 2

Is there a connection between Allen M Burns and Burns buried old dickson cemetery??