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Publication: Kingston Whig Standard add link
Issue: March 17 1932 Page 10
Title: Mrs W. G. Woodman

Kingston Whig Standard

March 17, 1932 page 10


Fitting tribute to the late Mary Elizabeth Dixon, wife of William G. Woodman, Wolfe Island, was paid at the funeral service held her late home on Monday, March 14. Mrs Woodman, after an illness of several weeks, passed away on March 12. Born on Wolfe Island, July 7, 1861, as a girl she learned to love her Saviour and throughout girlhood and womanhood she never wavered in her loyalty to her Master and His Kingdom.

Fifty-one years ago she was united in marriage to William G. Woodman, and for some years lived on what is known as the Woodman Homestead near the foot of the Island. She with her husband moved to the village of Wolfe Island about twenty years ago where she resided until her death. The late Mrs. Woodman was always interested in her church and community, and ready to do her share and lend her heart and hand in doing good. For a number of years she was secretary-treasurer of the Women?s ..cut off..