Andrew Woodall

Andrew Woodall

Georgia, USA
Death 22 Jul 1863 (aged 42–43)
Fort Gibson, Muskogee County, Oklahoma, USA
Burial Fort Gibson, Muskogee County, Oklahoma, USA
Plot Grave 2449, Section 3
Memorial ID 5759341 · View Source
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Andrew Woodall, a private, who was enrolled on the 20th day of July 1862 at Flat Rock, to serve for 3 years, was mustered into service on the 11th day of Sept., 1862 at Carthage, MO, Union side. He died from smallpox during the Civil War on July 22, 1863. He fought on the Union side, the Third Indian Home Guards Volunteers, Co. L.

He was a white man married to a half-blood Cherokee, Margaret "Peggy" Hendricks on May 10, 1844. They were the parents of four children: Eliza Ann "Annie E." Woodall Terrell Hendricks, William, Caroline E. "Carrie" Woodall Post, and Daniel Woodall. All are buried at the Hendricks Cemetery except Carrie who is buried at Price Cemetery.

The community of Woodall, OK, is named after this family. His wife donated the land for Woodall School. They lived in a log cabin near the present day school,where there is now a ball field.

The following is inscribed on his grave: 2449, And'w Woodal (Kansas). He was buried in Ft. Gibson during the war and his grave was later dug up and removed to its present site.


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  • Maintained by: R Burnett
  • Originally Created by: Alice P.
  • Added: 11 Sep 2001
  • Find a Grave Memorial 5759341
  • Find a Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Andrew Woodall (1820–22 Jul 1863), Find a Grave Memorial no. 5759341, citing Fort Gibson National Cemetery, Fort Gibson, Muskogee County, Oklahoma, USA ; Maintained by R Burnett (contributor 47445819) .