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THE CHANUTE TIMES, 12 January 1882
In Memoriam: Mrs. Malinda J. WOODARD, wife of Dr. D. WOODARD, died at her home in Big Creek twp., Neosho Co., Kan., Dec. 17th, 1881. Deceased was born in Morgan Co., Ills., Dec. 18th, 1830, and moved with parents, James and Arcada BOMAN, to near Plymouth, Hancock Co., Ills., in the year 1834, and was married Oct. 29th, 1850. In 1867 she removed to Fairfield, Iowa, where she lived seven years, making many dear friends and acquaintances. In 1874 she removed to Neosho Co., Kansas, where she lived up to the time of here death, and leaves a devoted husband and four boys, the youngest being about 15 years of age, to mourn her loss. The death of a loved son, which occurred on Nov. 10th, caused her such a nervous shock, that she was in a lethargic condition from that time until death. The best medical skill obtainable was constantly at hand, but their counsel failed to relieve her from the nervous prostration. She has been a devoted and faithful member of the M.E. church since 1851. The community in which she lived feel they have sustained a severe loss by her death, being highly esteemed, and endeared to the many neighbors for her kindly disposition and generous help to all as she had opportunity.
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