Elizabeth Ann Bryner Wood, 30 May 1860 - 20 Nov 1937

DUP Obituary Scrapbook (1933-1939)

CEDAR CITY--Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Bryner Wood, 77, pioneer church worker and 
wife of George H. Wood, one of the oldest native residents of Cedar City, 
died Saturday from complications following an attack of pneumonia last week.

    Mrs. Wood was mother of Bishop Franklin B. Wood of the Cedar City First 
L.D.S. ward, former city councilman and active civic leader here.  She was 
born in Ogden on May 30, 1860, a daughter of Ulrich and Marie Bryner, who 
came to Dixie when the area was first settled.  When she was 1 year old the 
family settled in St. George.  She moved with her mother to New Harmony in 
1865, where she resided until her marriage on May 15, 1878, to George H. Wood
of Cedar City.

    Mrs. Wood was active in church work during her residence here despite her 
large family.  For more than 50 years she had been a visiting teacher in the 
ward Relief society.  She was a charter member and active organizer of the 
Iron County chapter, Daughters of Utah Pioneers, and had done much 
genealogical and temple work for the church.

    Besides her husband, she is survived by seven sons and five daughters, 
George A. Wood, prominent local contractor; Franklin B., Roy, William H., 
Preston and Rulon Wood, Mrs. May Armstrong, Mrs. Verena Stephens, Mrs. 
Pauline Hunter and Miss Blanche Wood, all of Cedar City; Mrs. Dola Jones, 
Enterprise, and Karl Wood, Circleville; eight brothers and sisters, John U. 
Bryner, Price; James, Enoch and Alma Bryner, Helper; Mrs. Annie McMullin, 
Mrs. Edith Sheppick, South Jordan; Mrs. Rose Anderson and Mrs. Lillie 
Frendson, Price; 56 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p. m. in the First L.D.S. ward 
chapel.  Interment will be in Cedar City cemetery under direction of Southern 
Utah mortuary.