|Birth: ||Dec. 7, 1877|
|Death: ||Apr. 18, 1952|
Prince William County
Marriage to Mabel Mary Agnes Wright
Woolfender, Thomas Jefferson 22 Baltimore Md. s/o Thomas/Belle to Mabel Agnes Wright 21 Prince Wm. d/o Edward/Julia 13 Dec 1899 Prince William County Virginia Marriages 1854 – 1938 Copyright 2002 (or published date)
Marriage to Nannie Pochantas Lynn
Richmond Hotel: A quiet marriage took place at Richmond Hotel, Richmond, VA, 1:30 pm, Sept 20, 1922, when Miss Nannie Pocahontas Lynn, of Washington, D.C., became the bride of Mr. T.J. Woolfenden, of Prince William County, VA, Rev. Norman Luck officiating
1911: Entering the race for Commissioner of Revenue in Prince William County, Virginia
To the Voters of Coles District: I hereby announce myself a candidate for Commissioner of the Revenue, subject to the Democratic Primary. If elected, I promise to discharge the duties to the best of my ability. Respectfully, Thomas Woolfenden, Jr."
1915: Thomas served as a trustee of the Prince William County Public Schools
1919: The following article appeared in the Kopp column of the Journal Messenger in Manassas, VA on November 28, 1919.
Excitement reigned in the neighborhood on a recent Sunday afternoon when Capt. I.C. LeBoutiller, R.A.F., lighted with his airplane in Mr. Thos. Woolfenden's field. In a few moments automobiles, horseback riders and walkers could be seen coming from every direction, the crowd consisting of preachers, teachers, merchants, farmers and mechanics.
Capt. LeBoutiller and E.M. Stouffacher, his mechanic, enlisted in the Canadian forces when the war broke out and went across to England, where they completed their aviation course. When the American forces were sent over they then joined the Americans and fought with them until the armistice was signed. After soaring at a height of 22,000 feet they are said to have brought down two Hun planes, made prisoners of the occupants and returned to their lines in safety. Capt. LeBoutiller receiving only a slight wound.
The aviators spent the night with Mr. Thos. Woolfenden and left about eight o'clock for North Carolina, where the plance will be delivered to a person who purchased it at the close of the war.
1920: The enumerator of the Coles district of Prince William County for the 1920 U.S. Census was Thomas J. Woolfenden, Jr.
1942: The Herndon Observer ran an ad on November 26, 1942, announcing a public sale of assests on the farm of Thomas J. and Bertha Woolfenden at Kopp, VA. This was due to the taking of 50,000 acres by the Navy Department for the rapid expansion of the Quantico Marine Corps Base after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on Dec 7, 1941.
Thomas and Nannie lived their remaining years at 214 Fairview, Manassas, Virginia.
Thomas Woolfenden (1843 - 1926)
Isabel Jones Woolfenden (1846 - 1916)
Nannie Pocahontas Woolfenden (1878 - 1967)
Mabel Agnes Wright Woolfenden (1878 - 1914)*
Karl Webster Woolfenden (1899 - 1934)*
Anna Belle Woolfenden Cameron (1901 - 1997)*
Kenneth Wright Woolfenden (1903 - 1955)*
Ralph Jones Woolfenden (1905 - 1906)*
Thomas Jackson Woolfenden (1907 - 1935)*
Joseph Edward Woolfenden (1912 - 1973)*
Julia Agnes Woolfenden Kurfees (1914 - 1974)*
Infant Woolfenden (1873 - 1873)*
Lizze Woolfenden (1874 - 1875)*
Bertha Woolfenden (1875 - 1948)*
Thomas Jefferson Woolfenden (1877 - 1952)
Sarah Catherine Woolfenden Luck (1880 - 1956)*
Walter Milton Woolfenden (1886 - 1951)*
Raymond Marsden Woolfenden (1890 - 1916)*
Belle Haven Baptist Church Cemetery
Prince William County
Maintained by: Raynee Woolfenden
Originally Created by: Marie & Dale V.
Record added: Jan 03, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 17277463