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Eliza "Liza" Jane Tubbs Dodd
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Birth: Feb., 1879
Death: May 18, 1917
Gadsden
Crockett County
Tennessee, USA

She died in 1917 of uremia. My grandmother said she remembered that they had been working out in the fields and when they came in for dinner, they found her crouched behind the wood stove, between the stove and the wall, trying to keep warm. She was ill and having chills. Her death certificate said she died of acute Bright's disease, which is now known as nephritis, or inflammation of the kidneys. She was ill 1 month and 21 days before she died at the age of 38, leaving behind a husband and 7 children. My grandmother at the age of 13 found herself caring for 4 younger siblings.

Her grave is marked by a small stone with just the inititals LTD (Liza Tubbs Dodd). My grandmother said they were too poor to afford a headstone. Her brother Connie Dodd had the stone made to mark their mother's grave. 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Commodore Jackson Dodd (1875 - 1964)
 
 Children:
  Connie Dalton Dodd (1901 - 1958)*
  Myrtle Mai Dodd Wilson (1904 - 1996)*
  Hazel Dodd (1909 - 1922)*
  Donnie Louise Dodd Allen (1912 - 2001)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Salem Cemetery
Crockett County
Tennessee, USA
 
Created by: Robert Patterson
Record added: Apr 23, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 51495278
Eliza Liza Jane <i>Tubbs</i> Dodd
Added by: Robert Patterson
 
Eliza Liza Jane <i>Tubbs</i> Dodd
Added by: Robert Patterson
 
Eliza Liza Jane <i>Tubbs</i> Dodd
Added by: Robert Patterson
 
 
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4th cousin 2X removed
- Shirley Lewis Hartley
 Added: Feb. 2, 2015
You were my great-grandmother. I never knew you, but I've heard a lot about you. Thank you for giving me the best grandma in the world.
- Robert Patterson
 Added: Oct. 5, 2010
 
 
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