|Death: ||Sep. 21, 1930|
Funeral services for Edith Woolever, 13, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Woolever, formerly of Fort Madison, will be held at the grave in Oakland Cemetery at 4:30 Tuesday afternoon. Noel T. Adams will be the officiating minister.
Miss Woolever died September 21, at her home in Clarendon, Arkansas, from typhoid fever. She was a member of the Christian Church.
She is survived by her parents; William and Victor (sic)(Mother's name was Mable), her brothers (Victor and William), and one sister Mildred, all of Clarendon, Arkansas; Mr. and Mrs. U.A. Woolever of Burlington and William Peckham of Fort Madison and Mrs. Lennie Peckhan of Clarendon, Ark., her grandparents; two Aunts, Mrs. Ben Consbrock, and Mrs. E.L. Nordblad of Fort Madison; two uncles, Lawrence Peckham of Fort Madison and Leonard Peckham of St. Louis.
Owing to the serious illness of her father and other members of the family, only her grandfather, U.A. Woolever is accompanying the remains to Fort Madison.
THE EVENING DEMOCRAT, Fort Madison, Iowa Sept, 1930
William T. Woolever (1891 - 1976)
Mable Peckham Woolever (1895 - 1930)
Loicel L. Woolever (1910 - 1980)**
Victor Woolever (1913 - 1930)*
Edith Woolever (1917 - 1930)
Created by: Charles Woolever
Record added: Nov 17, 2010
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