|Birth: ||Oct. 13, 1826|
|Death: ||Jul. 10, 1897|
*For biographical sketch, click on title page.
"Died - Levi S. Alwood at the residence of Mr. Geo. L. Wilson, near Cooney, Ohio on July 10th, 1897. Aged 70 years, 8 months and 28 days. The deceased was the father of 10 children of whom 7 survive. He was converted and joined the M. E. church, South, in 1887, of which he remained a consistant member until called home. He leaves a lonely widow and 7 children to cherish his memory and deplore his untimely death. The sermon was preached on Monday, July 12th, at the C. U. church in Northwest Center by the pastor, Rev. G. W. Long, attended by a large gathering of friends and neighbors. He was laid away to rest in the Malcolm cemetery. May the wife and children be comforted by the Saviour, the Healer of the broken hearted." ("Leadership Enterprise" Montpelier, Williams Co., Ohio, July 22, 1897)
"Levi S. Alwood, Esq. - Father of Wm. Alwood of Manchester, killed by horse in Coony, Ohio 10 July 1897; died at residence of Geo. L. Wilson. He lived in Manchester many years and had left only a couple of weeks ago to live in Ohio for wife's health. Was assistant postmaster here under Harrison. Methodist. Liked by all. Buried in Malcolm cemetery in Ohio. 70y 8m 28d old." --Deaths in Coffee County, Tenn., from Coffee County Historical Society, (1978), Vol. 9 #3.
Delilah McQuillin Alwood (1830 - 1916)
Columbia (Williams County)
Created by: Linda C. Driscoll
Record added: Dec 05, 2012
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