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 Norman Douglas Wootton, Jr

Norman Douglas Wootton, Jr

Birth
Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
Death 27 Jun 1974 (aged 65)
Port Charlotte, Charlotte County, Florida, USA
Burial Beallsville, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
Plot Row I, Lot 55 Upper, Site 1
Memorial ID 49630602 · View Source
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Son of Sarah Edith Chiswell and Norman Douglas Wootton Sr.

OBITUARY
Washington Post, 1974 #985

Norman D. Wootton, Retired Postal Aide

Norman Douglas (Woody) Wootton, 65, former assistant postmaster of the Silver Spring Post Office, died Thursday at his retirement home in Port Charlotte, Fla., of cancer.

Mr. Wootton, who spent 41 years with the postal service before retiring in 1966, supervised the installation and operation of Wheaton of one of the first self-service post offices.

At Silver Spring, he oversaw implementation of one of the first automated letter handling systems in this country.

Mr. Wootton was a past president of the Silver Spring Rotary Club and had a perfect attendance record at meetings for 29 years. He spent all but the last seven years of his life in Montgomery County.

Mr. Wootton's family goes back to America's earliest settlers and includes a Thomas Sprigg Wootton who introduced legislation that created Montgomery and Washington from what was then Frederick County.

Mr. Wootton is survived by his wife, the former Tah-Wee-Nah Mackey, of the home in Port Charlotte; a son, Richard, of College Park; a daughter, Norma Wootton Murphy, of Atlanta; two brothers, William Wootton of Silver Spring and Edward Wootton of Port Charlotte; and four sisters, Evelyn Wootton Cunningham of Venice, Fla., Ella Bamford of Vancouver, B.C., and Edith and Blanche Wootton, both of Silver Spring.



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  • Created by: Cameron Disney Darby
  • Added: 13 Mar 2010
  • Find A Grave Memorial 49630602
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Norman Douglas Wootton, Jr (29 Dec 1908–27 Jun 1974), Find A Grave Memorial no. 49630602, citing Monocacy Cemetery, Beallsville, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA ; Maintained by Cameron Disney Darby (contributor 47173342) .