Charley Woolsey

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Personal and Family Information

Charley was born in 1898 in Benton County, Arkansas, the son of William T. Woolsey and Sallie Manck.

He died on 22 APR 1901 in Benton County, Arkansas.

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Charley Woolsey
(1898-1901)

 

William T. Woolsey
(1852-1918)

 

James Woolsey
(1823-c1898)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Nancy R Woods
(1830-1914)

 

Dysart Woods
(1806-1882)

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Sarah Holmes
(1810-1859)

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Sallie Manck
(1858-1942)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
Birth1898
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Death22 APR 1901
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Census9 JUN 1900
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Address: Osage twp, Bentonville town, dwelling 153 family 156 Woolsey, Nancy R , head wf born March 1830, 70 yrs widow, married 49 years, mother of 11, 8 living born Tenn, f&m Tenn Palmer Lenster roomer wf Aug 1877, 22 single born Indiania, f&m Indiania dwelling 154, family 157 Woolsey , William G head wm , Nov 1852 married 10 yrs born Ark f Ark, m Tenn __ Sally wife wf Mar 1858 age 42 married 10 yrs, mother of 4, f living, born Indiana, f&m Indiania __Ray G son wm Oct 1871, 8 single born Ark, f Ark m Indiana __ Leada B daughter wf March 1873, age 7, single born Ark, f Ark m Indiana ___ Carl son wm Jan 1895 age 5 single born Ark, f Ark m Indiana __ Charley son wm Sept 1897 2 single born Ark, f Ark m Indiana __ Laura M daughter wf March 1881 19, single born Texas, f Ark, m Tenn __ Sarah A, daughter wf April 1883, age 17 single, born Texas, f Ark m Tenn
BurialAPR 1901
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Address: Bentonville Cemetery, findagrave 43351224

Notes

Note 1

WOOLSEY, Charlie - Charlie Woolsey, aged 3 years, son of W.T. and Sallie Woolsey, died at the home of his parents on Monday night, April 22nd at 11:20 p.m. His remains were interred in the Odd Fellows cemetery on Wednesday morning, the funeral services being conducted at 10 o'clock a.m. at the Presbyterian church by Rev. D.C. Boggs. Little Charlie was sick only two days and during that time was unconscious. He suffered from malarial fever and congestion of the lungs. He was an exceptionally bright child and was the youngest member of the Presbyterian church Sunday school.[Benton County Democrat - Bentonville, Benton County, Arkansas - April 25, 1901]

findagrave 43351224