Stillman and Della (Dent) Woodward, 9 North 49 West
Stillman's parents were Morgan Woodard and Roxana Potter, both born in Vermont. In 1875 Minnesota they have Esther 1, and in 1880 Mitchell County, Iowa Roxana is 25, widowed, with Esther 6 Iowa and Stillman 4 Minnesota.
Roxana's parents were Stillman Potter and Parilla Crouch.
In 1870 Mitchell County, Iowa, Morgan Woodward is 20, brother James J. 22, and they're with James 60 and his wife 50.
In 1885 Mitchell County, Iowa, Roxana is widowed, 30, with Esther 11 and Stillman 8.
(Esther married William Kennedy, and is buried in Redlands, California 1873-1963, # 27315767.)
"Stilman Woodard" is in Mitchell County, Iowa in 1895, age 18.
Taken From the Hennepin Tribune
March 12, 1858
Married in Lacon, Marshall county, Ill., on Monday the 1st, inst., by Rev. A. Keller, Mr. Henry C. Dent of Hennepin and Miss Lizzie M. Wilcox of the former place. "
In 1880 Gainesville, Texas, D.M. Dent is 8, born in Illinois, with parents Henry C. and Elizabeth (Wilcox) Dent.
Her father was postmaster of Marietta, Oklahoma from April 17, 1890 to March 14, 1895, when his wife Lizzie W. Dent took over, until September 16, 1902.
In 1900 Chicago, Delle is an artist, born Sept 1876 in Illinois, is with sister Cora and her husband Otis H. Cravens.
In 1900 Mitchell County, Iowa, Stillman, born March 1876 in Minnesota, is at school. He's with his mother Roxana Oct 854 Pennsylvania, who is married four years to Henry D. Messingham, an auctioneer..
1903 Western Medical Review "Dr. Woodward, of Odell, Nebraska, was married recently to Miss Delle Mason, of Marietta, Indian Territory."
Stillman cash-claimed a quarter in 24, 9N 49W in 1906.
1908 "Dr. Stillman Woodward of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, has located in Windsor, Colorado, having his office in the Dr. Porter building."
In 1910 Deer Trail, Colorado, Stillman is a physician, 33 born in Minnesota, married seven years to Della D. 32, Illinois.
One post said Delle Mason Dent came from Oklahoma to Colorado.
Dr. Stillman Woodward registered for WWI in Byers, Colorado, a physician, born March 5, 1876, nearest relative Della.
In 1920 Arapahoe County, Stillman and Della have Lyla Mae, 6.
"2/20/1922 Oklahoma City - In Memoriam (Monday) --Dr. George Levi Dent, 62 years old, died of pneumonia Sunday morning at his residence, 1025 W. 31st street. He leaves two sons, Henry W. Dent and George H. Dent, and five sisters, Mrs. H.O. Craven and Miss Nina Dent of Wichita Falls, Texas; Miss Carrie C. Dent, Oklahoma City; Mrs. G.A. Vogel of Shawnee and Mrs. Stillman Woodward of Byers, Col. Mrs. Dent died in 1918. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock in St. John's Episcopal church, 31st street & Classen boulevard. Rev. Thomas Bellringer, rector, will conduct the service. Burial will be in Fairlawn cemetery."
They're in Carbon County, Wyoming in 1930 - Lyla is an adopted daughter.
1931 Greeley "Dr. and Mrs. Stillman Woodward of McFadden, Wyo., visited in Greeley Sunday with their daughter, Lyla Woodward. Miss Woodward came recently to enter Colorado Teachers college as a freshman and is staying at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wesley Price. "
One tree said Della died in October 11, 1931 in McFadden, Carbon County, Wyoming. FindaGrave # 133149493 has her buried in Rawlins, Wyoming, buried October 13, 1931.
Stillman Woodward married Minnie K. "Coluim" March 31, 1939, recorded in Denver.
June 27, 1968 "Mrs. Minnie Woodward, a former resident, died Tuesday in a Denver hospital. Funeral services were held today in Howard’s Berkeley Park Chapel in Denver and burial was in Crown Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Woodward was born Feb. 5, 1S7 in California, Mo. She attended schools in Missouri and later taught in Kansas City and in Junction City, Kan. She was married to Manley Calvin who died in 1926 and re-married in 1939 to Dr. Stillman Woodward. Mrs. Woodward lived here for many years at 1122 N. Institute St. and was active in literary and musical circles. She belonged to the Order of Eastern Star and was a member of the Presbyterian faith. Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons, W, M. Calvin of Denver and Walter R. Calvin of Arvada; a step-daughter, Mrs. Lyla Collier of Hawthorne, Calif., and seven grandchildren.
Stillman is a doctor with the CCC in Idaho Springs, Colorado in 1940, with a questionable marital status. He was in Patton Wyoming in 1935.
April 3, 1973 Colorado Springs "Dr. Stillman Woodward of 225 W. Brookside St. died Sunday in a local hospital. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Thursday at Swan Funeral Home with the Rev. Herbert Lockyer and members of Memorial Lodge 2 officiating. Burial will be in Crown Hill Cemetery in Denver. Dr. Woodward was born on March 5, 1876 in Spring Valley, Minn. He received his elementary and high school education in Osage, Iowa and attended Cedar Valley Seminary, Iowa University and Chicago Medical College where he received his medical degree in 1902.
He practiced medicine in Eastern Colorado and was district surgeon for the Union Pa.... Dr. Woodward had a life membership in the Colorado Consistory since 1950 and was past president of Lions International. He was a charter member of the Carbon County Medical Society in Wyoming organization. He was a life member of the Colorado Medic..."
1931 Greeley "Mr: and Mrs. S. W. Price and their daughter, Betty Ruth, will go to Byers to have dinner with Mrs. Price's mother and sister, Mrs. Alice Sparks and Ethel Cockerill."
1931 Greeley "Mrs. Ella Sparks and daughter, Miss Ethel Cockerill, of Byers will spend Christmas in Greeley with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Price. Miss Cockerill teaches in the school at Byers. They will arrive here next Wednesday or Thursday and will remain until Jan. 3 or 4. "
1932 Greeley "Mrs. Ella Sparks, Ethel and Albert Cockerill, all of Byers, are visiting in Greeley with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Price, 1319 Tenth street. They are tho mother, sister and brother of Mrs. Price. Albert Cockerlll, who is also visiting with Lyla Woodward, who rooms at the Price home, is on furlough from the U. S. Navy and will return June 1 to Los Angeles, where he will be stationed on tho U. S. S. Tennessee. He is recently back from a long trip from San Diego to San Franolsco, Bremerton, Wash., Hawaii, Panama Canal and Balbon, Norfolk, Va., and Washington, D. C.. His visit here is to be of two weeks' duration."
Lyla was attending Colorado State Teachers College in 1933.
1938 Greeley "Christmas reunion In the home of Mr and Mr*. 6. WMley Pries In GrMtoy. Pictured are, front row, left to right: Dorothy Walts, Mrs. Wesley Price, Mrs. Ella Cockerill, Mrs. Ben E. Walts of Escondido, Calif., Mrs. William Collier of Rawlins, Wyo, Mrs. Dwlght Price, Edna Louise Price. Back row: John Thomas of Leeds, England, Wesley Price, Mrs. Herbert Reed and Herbert Reed of Byers, Ben Waits of Escondido, William Collier of Rawllns, Wyo., Dwight Price, Mrs. Wesley Price, Mrs. Walts, Mrs. Reed, and Mrs. Collier are sisters, daughters of Mrs. Cockerill."
Lyla M. Woodward, age 45, married Gene Parvin in Los Angeles on June 6, 1958.
April 1971 "Mrs. Eva Mabel Price, wife of Wesley Price,
died Thursday evening at Weld County General Hospital.
She was r9. Born at Gretna, Neb., July ' 1, l!)01, she came to Greeley in 1919,
and was married here on June 22, 1921, and had lived all of her married life here.
She was a member of Oasis Rebekah lodge No. 13, and a member of
Past Noble Grands Club. Surviving, in addition to her husband, S. Wesley Price, are daughter, Miss Belly Ruth Price of Grand Junction; three sisters, Mrs. Herbert (Ethel ) Reed of Myers, Mrs. Thelma Wails of Escondido, Calif., and Mrs. Lyla Collier of Hawthorne, Calif.; and one brother,
Albert Cockcrill of El Cajon, Calif.
She was a sister-in-law of Dwight V. Price of Greeley.
Funeral arrangements will be announced by Macy Allnult Mortuary. "
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