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Rachael Delaney Worley Waggoner
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Birth: Jul. 8, 1860
Louisiana, USA
Death: Jul. 29, 1937
Cypress
Ouachita Parish
Louisiana, USA

The funeral of Mrs. R. D. Wagoner, 77, who died Thursday morning at her home in ward nine, near Cypress, was held a Mount Olive church, with Rev. C. B. Gates officiating, Friday at 3 p.m. Interment followed in a nearby cemetery.

Pallbearers were B. H. Crawford, D. S. Owens, M. A. Baugh, J. W. Allen, D. E. Owens and J. R. Murphy.

Mrs. Wagoner is survived by two sons, five daughters, 53 grandchildren and 47 great-grandchildren.

Published in The Monroe News-Star (LA), Friday, July 30, 1937 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  John Thomas Wagoner (1848 - 1918)*
 
 Children:
  Emma V. Waggoner Miller (1879 - 1904)*
  Thedosia Wagoner Wink (1881 - 1938)*
  Marion Ephraim Wagoner (1885 - 1975)*
  Donie Waggoner (1887 - 1887)*
  Artie Waggoner (1888 - 1927)*
  Ida Frances Wagoner Lenard (1891 - 1957)*
  Lula E. Wagoner Owens (1894 - 1970)*
  Culpepper Wagoner (1896 - 1971)*
  Johnanna Waggoner Whitlock (1901 - 1985)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
MOTHER
RACHAEL WORLEY
WIFE OF J. T. WAGGONER

A TRUE AND FAITHFUL MOTHER
 
Burial:
Mount Olive Baptist Church Cemetery
West Monroe
Ouachita Parish
Louisiana, USA
 
Created by: Ron Manley
Record added: Apr 27, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 68982860
Rachael Delaney <i>Worley</i> Waggoner
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Rachael Delaney <i>Worley</i> Waggoner
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- Familysearcher
 Added: Aug. 26, 2015

- Ron Manley
 Added: May. 19, 2013
 
 
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