Minnie was born in 1880 in Tennessee, the daughter of unknown parents.
She died on 14 JAN 1931 in Shawnee County, Kansas.
Her husband was Denton Richard Woods, who she married on 27 NOV 1902 in Washington County, Arkansas. Their only known child was Charles Blackurn (1904-1982).
|Death||14 JAN 1931||
|Census||9 MAY 1910||
|Census||5 JUN 1920||
Rev. Denton R. Woods, brother of Mrs. N.P. Stipp, 329 Adams Street, Neosho, died Saturday, at Garnett, Kansas. Mr. Woods was a retired minister of the Presbyterian Church.
The body was brought to the Thompson funeral Home in Neosho this afternoon, following the services held in Garnett, and graveside services will be conducted by Rev. Love of Joplin, at 10 o'clock tomorrow forenoon, and by IOOF members in the cemetery here.
Mr. Woods is survived by his wife, Mrs.Maud Woods of Garnett, one daughter, Mrs, Crystelle Lee, Drumright, Okla,. two sons, Kenton of New Mexico and Charles, whose home is in Texas, by one grandson, who also lives in Texas, and by his sister, Mrs. Stipp, of Neosho. He has often visited in the Stipp home here and has made many friends here.
The Neosho Daily News October 7, 1946
Denton Woods and Minnie Vaughn were married November 27, 1902, in Rhea, Washington County, Arkansas
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Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie Woods, wife of Rev. B.R. Woods of Topeka, Kans. and sister-in-law of Mrs. N.P. Stipp of this city, will be held at the Presbyterian Church at 11 o'clock Saturday and burial made in IOOF Cemetery.
Mrs. Woods died yesterday and the body will be brought here tomorrow.
Details of Mrs. Woods' death have not been received but the news came as a shock to her relatives here, since it was not known but that she was in the best of health. Besides her husband, she is survived by three children, Mrs. Christelle Lee and Charles and Kenneth Woods.
The Rev. Mr. Woods and his wife visited in Neohso last summer and at that time the minister made the statement that he and his wife expected to move to Neosho to spend their old age, and that they both wanted to be buried here.
The Neosho Times January 15, 1931