Eliza Jane (Woods) Sharp 1856-1919 Submitted by: Darrell Sharp
Miss Eliza Jane Woods was born in Battletown, Va., July 5, 1856. She moved to Kansas in the early days, and on August 10, 1874, she was married to John T. Sharp at Council Grove, Kans., where she lived until the year 1895. She moved later to Pawnee County, Oklahoma, and remained there until 1915, when she came with her son to live on a farm 6 miles from Blackwell.
She died December 10, 1919, her husband and three of her children preceding her.
At the age of twenty, she united with the Christian Church of Council Grove, Kansas, and later her membership was transferred to the church at Cleveland, Oklahoma.
She was the mother of eleven children, eight of whom are living, five boys and three girls. She was laid to rest in I.O.O.F. Cemetery on December 13, 1919.
Card of Thanks: We wish to thank our kind friends and neighbors who gave us their sympathy, and for the beautiful floral offering during the illness and death of our beloved mother.
Samuel H. Sharp, E.E. Sharp, R.E. Sharp, E.R. Sharp and Family, J.H. Sharp and Family, H.M. Sharp and Family, Mrs. Frances Rich and Family, Mrs. Inez Cather and Family, and Mrs. J.H. Carr and Family.
© The Blackwell Daily News
December 20, 1919
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