Shelby County Indiana
Woodard - Woodyard
The Indianapolis Star
Ninety years old and more active than many persons years younger, is the record of Mrs. Docia McDuffle, who resides north of Shelbyville on the Michigan road. Mrs. McDuffle's birthday was observed by a gathering of many of her friends. Mrs. McDuffle possesses remarkable activity for her age. Her eyesight is good and her memory exceptional. She conducts her household work each day without fail and shows great interest in public affairs. Her one hobby is her vegetable garden and although her children protest against her spading and hoeing the patch because of possible over-exertion, she merely laughs and says she is too young to sit around. She is the mother of Mrs. Emma L. Hendricks, Mrs. Charles H. Woodard and Andrew B. McDuffle.
July 9, 1923
Contributed by Janet McColley Franklin
The Shelby Democrat
Miss Florence Woodard, of Indianapolis, will spend New Years here, the guest of her friend, Miss Bernice Buxton, of South Harrison-st.
Thursday, December 27, 1894
Page 3 column 4
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelby Democrat
Mr. E. Woodard has opened up a new undertaker shop at Manilla, Rush county, Indiana. He keeps all kinds of plain, fancy and metallic caskets and also a full line of burial robes in all prices. He has a fine hurse in connection with his business. Mr. Woodard defies both Shelbyville or Rushville to compete with him either in price or quality of goods. He has located in Manilla with the intention to remain. In connection with this business he proposes to carry a full line of furniture which he will sell cheaper than the same articles can be bought at either Rushville or Shelbyville. Everybody is invited to call and examine goods and get prices before purchasing elsewhere. Call or address E. Woodard, Manilla, Rush county.
October 8, 1891
Contributed by Susan Kelley
The Nebraska Advertiser
W. W. Woodyard, of Morriston, Shelby county, Indiana, raises snow ball potatoes, forty-six of which fill a bushel and weigh sixty-six pounds.
Brownville, Nebraska Territory
29 November 1877
Contributed by John Addison Ballard
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