|Birth: ||Nov. 13, 1856|
|Death: ||Nov. 14, 1891|
Eliza "Jane" Pendleton-Woody was the daughter of Allison Osborne Pendleton and Rebecca Q. "Ann" Lawson-Pendleton.
She married on Jan 5,1873 to Robert "Bob" Alexander "Morrow" Woody in Precinct 8, Collin, Texas at age of 16 years. They were married by Watson, Benjamin, Minister of the Gospel. Their marriage record is located on p. 572, Volume 3 - 1867 to 1876 for Collin County, Texas. http://www.collincotxhistdoc.info/marriage/
Robert Alexander and Eliza Jane Pendleton-Woody had eight children, four of whom died in infancy.
Patton Monroe Woody
Rosa Belle Woody
Martin Luther Woody 1873–1963 - Highland Cem.
Allison Osborne Woody 1881–1926 - Oklahoma
Rebecca Elizabeth Woody-Talley 1883–1969 - Highland Cem.
Riley Hampton Sr. Woody 1886–1955 - Highland Cem.
Little is known about the family of Robert "Bob" (Morrow) Woody. He came to Texas and was reared by his step-father, Hugh Woody, and his mother.
After "Bob" and Eliza Jane's marriage, they lived first in Collin County, Texas, then later moved to Montague County. After Jane's death, Bob returned to Collin County, with his young baby and oldest son, Martin Luther, and lived with his mother and step-father. They assumed the last name of Woody. The baby died shortly afterward. The other three children, Allison O., Rebecca and Rily Hampton went to Coryell County to live with Eliza Jane's parents, Allison Osborne and Rebecca (Lawson) Pendleton.
Shortly before 1900, all of Bob's family came back together in Collin County, and the remaining children assumed the last name of Woody. They moved to Jack County, and in 1907, Bob moved with part of his family to Clay County.
In 1935/36, Robert applied for an old age pension in Wichita County, Texas. He told the worker that his name was really Robert Alexander Morrow. After talking it over, he and the case worker decided that since he and all his children had taken the name of Woody and also that his children had married under that name, that he, too, should keep the name of Woody. He signed a notorized paper to that effect that day. A grand daughter, Ruth (Woody) Bell, was there at this time and remembered it well.
14 Nov 1891 Age: 35 Death near Nocona, Montague County, Texas of Pneumonia - buried: Keck Cemetery, off E. Bank of Lake Nocona, Montague County, Texas
This information is located in the family red book, page 30, The Pendleton Family of England & America with much thanks.
Robert Alexander Morrow Woody (1852 - 1936)
Martin Luther Woody (1872 - 1963)*
Rebecca Elizabeth Woody Talley (1883 - 1969)*
Riley Hampton Woody (1886 - 1955)*
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Record added: Jan 19, 2012
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In everlasting memory of those we love forever.|
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May you find eternal rest among the wild flowers and family buried within the hollow mounds and everlasting peace.|
Betty Jean Wolverton-Dwyer/George
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