|Birth: ||Jun. 29, 1858|
|Death: ||Mar. 23, 1926|
Newspaper article about her death...
MRS. WOODSON IS
TAKEN BY DEATH
AT KANSAS CITY
End Came to Widow of Warren W. Woodson at Home of Daugh
ter Sunday Evening.
ALL HER LIFE SPENT HERE
Was Born at Kickapoo, June 29,
1858, and Resided There Un-
til Removal to Leavenworth
Mrs. Thomasine C. Woodson, 68, a splendid Christian mother who spent all of her life in Leavenworth county, died Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William L. Curry, 5236 Lydia avenue, Kansas City, Mo.
The end came at 5:45 o'clock after a serious illness of one week, although Mrs. Woodson had been in failing health since the death of her husband, Warren W. Woodson, who passed away at the family residence on Spruce street, July 3, 1924.
The body was brought to Leavenworth where funeral services will be conducted from the Bush funeral home, Sixth and Olive streets, at 2:30 o'clock, Tuesday afternoon. Rev. Franklyn R. Beery, pastor of the Baptist church, will officiate. Burial will be in the family lot in Mount Muncie cemetery. Pall bearers will be chosen from among Mrs. Woodson's former school mates at Kickapoo.
Mrs. Woodson was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John F. Cook, among the earliest settlers of Kickapoo township. She was born June 29, 1858.
The mother's name was Virginia Catherine Cook.
Following her marriage to Mr. Woodson on Thanksgiving day, 1877, she resided in Kickapoo township until Mr. Woodson retired and came to Leavenworth to make his him in his deelining years.
Early in life Mrs. Woodson united with the Baptist church and for forty years or more had been faithful member of the church.
Mrs. Woodson after the death of her husband made her home with her children. She left Leavenworth last December 19 to visit her daughter at whose home her death occurred.
Aside from Mrs. Curry, Mrs. Woodson is survived by her daughters, Mrs. Muffet Channell, 115 Spruce street, Leavenworth; Mrs. Maude Ferman, 3210 Linwood boulevard, Kansas City; Miss Virginia Woodson and Miss Ruth Woodson, 5235 Lydia avenue; her sons, W. W. Doodson, Jr., deputy sheriff, and Mosby D. Woodson, Leavenworth; two brothers, John F. Cook, Leavenworth, and Robert R. Cook, Topeka; two sisters, Mrs. Virginia Bauer, Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. Georgia Baker, Abilene, Kan. Eight grandchildren also survive.
Katharine Virginia Robbins Cook (1832 - 1902)
Warren William Woodson (1853 - 1924)
Muffett Woodson Channell (1879 - 1957)*
Maude W Woodson Fuhrman (1881 - 1965)*
William Warren Woodson (1883 - 1940)*
Mosby Daniel Woodson (1892 - 1961)*
Elizabeth M Cook Rasdall (1852 - 1923)*
Thomasine C. Cook Woodson (1858 - 1926)
Josephine Cook Myers (1860 - 1916)*
Georgia Ella Cook Baker (1862 - 1941)*
John Franklin Cook (1873 - 1931)*
Mount Muncie Cemetery
Plot: Section 22. Lot 80. Grave 14.
Created by: Dave The Origami Folder
Record added: Jul 21, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15001038