FIELD WOODYARD, BERTHA LEE - Lawrence County, Arkansas | BERTHA LEE FIELD WOODYARD - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

Bertha Lee FIELD WOODYARD

New Hope Cemetery
Lawrence County,
Arkansas

18 Apr 1890 - 04 Apr 1941

Marriage: 21 Nov 1909

Wife of Homer David Woodyard. Bertha the daughter of Berry W. and Laura Catherine (Moore) Field.


Mrs. Bertha Woodyard Succumbs at Her Home

Mrs. Bertha Woodyard, 50, died at her home in Portia Friday night at 10:15 of complications following an illness of several months. Mrs. Woodyard was born at Denton in Lawrence county and lived her entire lifetime in this county. She lived at Portia many years and was a member of the Mehtodist church there for 18 years.

Funeral services were conducted at the Portia Methodist church Sunday afternoon at 2:30 by Rev. Earle Cravens of Walnut Ridge and one of the largest crowds to attend a funeral at Portia were present to pay their last respects.

Survivors are her husband, Homer Woodyard; one daughter, Betty Laurine; five sons, Farris, Noble, Lester and Carrington Woodyard; one sister, Mrs. Robert Childers of Leachville and three brothers, Will and Earl Fields of Leachville, and Ores Fields of Denton.

Interment was in New Hope cemetery near Denton with Gregg Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Active pallbearers: Minor Callahan, Ireland Medlock, Dodson Goad, Melvin Callahan, Eldon Watson and Joe Turnbow.

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Record #: 6195

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Submitted: 12/21/07 • Approved: 12/12/16 • Last Updated: 12/15/16 • R6195-G6194-S3

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