Lottie M Woodward obituary - daughter of Josiah Marsh
v a boy, Janet d, boy. June 4. Teresa a a 1 h i e 4. J5BITUARIES Lottie M. Woodward BRIGHAM CITY -- Mrs. Lottie Elizabeth Marsh Woodward, 80, of 85 S. 2nd W., died Wednesday morning of natural causes. Mrs. Woodward was born July 1, 1S8S. in Willard, Â» daughter daughter of George Josiah and Sarah Elizabeth Woodland Marsh. She was reared and educated in Willard. She was married to Jackson George Hewitt Hewitt on M a r c h 5, 1908, in Salt lake City. HÂ« later died. She was married to George Alfred Woodward Woodward on March 20, 1925, in the S a l t Uke LDS Temple. Mr. Woodward d i e d in 1944. She was an active member of the LDS Church and had worked in the Sunday School and Relief Society. She was a member of Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Surviving are the following sons and daughters: Mrs. Alvin K. (Ruth) Warren, Sun City, Aril.; Mrs. Floyd (Grace) Woodward, Woodward, Promontory; George J. Hewitt, Cleer- field; Mrs. Reta E. Brewington, McOermitt, Nev. ; Mrs. Ronald (Velma) Madscn, Itoncy- villc,- Mrs. Smith (Joyce) Ward, Salt Lake City; Mrs. June Ada Oickcy, Lawndale, Calif.; Two stepsons, Floyd A. Woodward, Promontory; Russell Woodward, Sandy; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Ernest (Doris) Ruggeno, Ogden. Also surviving arc 22 grandchildren. 30 great-grandchildren, one Marsh, Salt Lake City. brother, Clyde Funeral services will be held Friday at 1 p.m. in the Brigham City 2nd Ward Chapil with Bishop Willis Hanscn officiating. officiating. Friends may call at 1hj Peterscn FunÂ«ral Chapel Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday Friday from 11 a.m. until services. Burial in the Corinnc Cemetery.