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WOOD, EUPHIE HUBBS
Jacksonville Journal, August 17, 1945

Mrs. Charles Wood

Mrs. Euphie Wood, wife of Charles Wood of Jacksonville, formerly well known resident of the Pisgah neighborhood, died in her sleep early Friday morning. She had been ill for about a week.

Deceased was a daughter of Joshua and Rachel Hubbs, and was born in the Yatesville community January 26, 1868. Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons, Otto Wood, of Peoria, and Leonard I. Wood, of Pisgah; one daughter, Miss Bernice Wood, of Washington, D.C.; three brothers, M. L. Wood, of Jacksonville, Newton Hubbs of Waverly, and Frank Hubbs of Springfield; and one sister, Mrs. Ella Wiswell of Jacksonville. The late Mrs. Everett Burnett, of the Little York community, was a sister.

Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the Williamson Funeral Home, Jacksonville, Rev. Andrew Caraker officiating.

Mrs. D. L. Hardin sang "Golden Bells" and "No Night There," with Mrs. G. O. Webster as accompanist. The pall bearers were Everett and John Iven Wood, Frank Burnett, Bus Kilver, Albert Curry, E. B. Sturgeon and Roy Davenport.

Floral tributes were cared for by Vivian Smith, Marie Wiswell, Helen Jean Burnett and Josephine Wood.

Burial was in Union Baptist cemetery, Pisgah.




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