|Birth: ||Mar. 6, 1899|
|Death: ||Mar. 8, 1977|
Short was a lifelong bachelor who enjoyed his neices and nephews. His favorite past time was fishing. He lived in a small home on his parent's old homeplace, which wasn't accesible by a vehicle. He walked almost everywhere he went. He loved to visit with his family, and watch baseball on TV. Brother of Edd Tootle.
I remember when my husband and I first married, it fell to me to make the biscuits at a gathering. Uncle Short asked who made them. When I told him I did, he said "throw one out to the dogs, if they eat it, I will!" I guess that was his way of asking if I could cook! Either way, the dog didn't get a biscuit...but I don't think he ate one either!! He did finally eat my cooking as the years went by though. Who can explain curious bachelors?
Brother:Luke E. Tootle
Brother:Henry DeLacey (Lace) Tootle
Edd Yancey Tootle: Burial in Orlando, Fl.
Sister:Ruby Tootle Bracewell
Sister:Nellie Tootle Shuman
Sister:Annie Ruth Tootle Barlow
Grandmother:Flora C. Galbreath Gillis
Anguish James Tootle (1872 - 1957)
Mary Aderline Gillis Tootle (1870 - 1953)
Henry DeLacey (Lace) Tootle (1897 - 1982)*
Short Tootle (1899 - 1977)
Luke Ezekiel Tootle (1901 - 1996)*
Annie Ruth Tootle Barlow (1904 - 1982)*
Ruby Tootle Bracewell (1909 - 1992)*
Nellie Tootle Shuman (1914 - 1998)*
Glenwood City Cemetery
Created by: Mary T.~AKA ~poe~
Record added: Feb 21, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13403907