Frank Watson Woods

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Personal and Family Information

Frank was born on 1 MAR 1880 in Benton County, Arkansas, the son of John Samuel Eleazer Woods and Charlotte Ann S. Hansard.

He died on 1 AUG 1933 in Newton County, Missouri.

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Frank Watson Woods
(1880-1933)

 

John Samuel Eleazer Woods
(1848-1912)

 

Samuel Purviance Woods
(1809-1882)

 

Samuel "East" Woods
(1776-1840)

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Anna Purviance
(1774-1858)

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Elizabeth Greaves Dickson
(1809-1891)

 

Robert Dickson
(1773-1849)

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Esther Moore
(c1775-<1849)

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Charlotte Ann S. Hansard
(1851-1914)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
Birth1 MAR 1880
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Death1 AUG 1933
Place: Newton County, Missouri
Census9 JUN 1900
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Address: Dickson Twp, dwelling 77 family 77 Woods, Charlotte A, head wf , born March 1851 age 49 , married 31 yrs mother of 10, 10 living, born Missouri, f & m Tennessee, farmer __ Elbert P, son wm Feb 1875 age 25 single born Ark f Ark, m Mo __ Frank W son wm Feby 1880 age 20, single born Ark f Ark, m Mo __ Annetta P daughter wf Dec 1882, age 17 single born Ark f Ark, m Mo __ George H son wm JUne 1885 age 14, single born Ark f Ark, m Mo __ William D son wm April 1888 age 12, single born Ark f Ark, m Mo __ Carl H, son wm April 1892 age 8, single born Ark f Ark, m Mo __ Aletha D, daughter wf April 1894 age 6, single born Ark f Ark, m Mo
BurialAUG 1933
Place: Newton County, Missouri
Address: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Neosho with wife Mary E Lacy and children findagrave MEMORIAL ID 8129220

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Note 1

The husband of Mary Woods.

Son of J. D. Woods, bp. AR. and Lottie (Hansford) Woods, bp. MO.

Frank Watson Woods, 53, city park commissioner, was suddenly stricken while on duty at the park Tuesday evening, and died a few minutes later in the Bigham ambulance as he was being taken to his home. According to those who had seen him working about the park he was in his usual health that day, but became ill suddenly and went to the small refreshment stand on Spring Street across from the park. A physician and Mrs. Woods were called and he was still conscious when the latter arrived. His death was due to cerebral hemorrhage.

Funeral services are being conducted by the Rev. G. W. Kelley, pastor of the Northside Baptist Church, and the Rev. T. M. Norris at the First Baptist Church at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. Members of the city council will act as pallbearers and burial will be made in the IOOF Cemetery.

Mr. Woods came to Neosho from Pea Ridge, Ark., in 1910, and secured a position with the Bigham Furniture and Undertaking Company where he worked for three years. Later he was employed by the Herms Furniture Company and remained with that firm for 11 years. After that he operated a little shop of his own at his home on W. McCord Street. For the past six years he has been an employee of the city as park commissioner and his painstaking care of the park has made it the beauty spot of the town, eliciting admiration and praise from the hundreds of visitors, scores from out of town who enjoy it every year. His unfailing courtesy, kindness and patience to those who have stopped there have won him many friends who are deeply grieved at his passing.

Surviving besides his widow are a daughter, Mrs. Herbert Noe and two sons, Paul and Floyd of Neosho, four brothers, Elbert and William Woods of Hiwasse, Ark., Dee Woods of Sulphur Springs, and George Woods of Lynn Haven, Fla., and three sisters, Mrs. Armina Bates and Miss Letha Cowger of Hiwasse, and Mrs. Pearl Lanbeth of Wichita.

The Neosho Times

August 3, 1933

findagrave MEMORIAL ID 8129220