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 Mary Elizabeth “Molly” <I>Woods</I> Rogers

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Mary Elizabeth “Molly” Woods Rogers

Birth
Ladonia, Fannin County, Texas, USA
Death
25 Sep 1918 (aged 50)
Bogata, Red River County, Texas, USA
Burial
Bogata, Red River County, Texas, USA
Memorial ID
123813536 View Source

Mary E Woods Married her first husband James Plesant Howk in April 4 1886 Bonham , Fannin Co., TX. James was born May 7 1861 in Jackson Co., AL, died in abt 1907 or 1908 unknown where.There children were, Mattie,Cyrus S, Robert Lee, Joseph Samuel, Minnie Bell, Ethel Vivian, Beulah May, R D, James Christopher, Fannie Gertrude, Lidia(Ida),George Keller, William Grover.
Mary remarried in 1910 to a Wiley Richard Rogers and had one child. John Otto Rogers born Dec 17 1910 Gober Fannin Co., TX Marriage lasted just a short time. She traveled a lot in a wagon trying to make a living for her family going as far south as Tyler TX working in a cannery or at any farm where she could find work.
When she died in 1918 some of the men of the area built a casket and the ladies lined it with silk and carried her in a wagon to the Cemetery south of Bogota ,
There is no marker for her grave.
She was the daughter of Cyrus Addison Woods and Catherine Bullard of Fannin Co., Texas

Mary E Woods Married her first husband James Plesant Howk in April 4 1886 Bonham , Fannin Co., TX. James was born May 7 1861 in Jackson Co., AL, died in abt 1907 or 1908 unknown where.There children were, Mattie,Cyrus S, Robert Lee, Joseph Samuel, Minnie Bell, Ethel Vivian, Beulah May, R D, James Christopher, Fannie Gertrude, Lidia(Ida),George Keller, William Grover.
Mary remarried in 1910 to a Wiley Richard Rogers and had one child. John Otto Rogers born Dec 17 1910 Gober Fannin Co., TX Marriage lasted just a short time. She traveled a lot in a wagon trying to make a living for her family going as far south as Tyler TX working in a cannery or at any farm where she could find work.
When she died in 1918 some of the men of the area built a casket and the ladies lined it with silk and carried her in a wagon to the Cemetery south of Bogota ,
There is no marker for her grave.
She was the daughter of Cyrus Addison Woods and Catherine Bullard of Fannin Co., Texas

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