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Harriette ‘Hattie’ Clark was born January 11, 1881, in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee and died between 1969 and 1970 in probably Texas, according to family stories; family stories also mention that she was married three times.
She was married probably first to Henry Wilson ‘H. W.’ Woosley of Paragould, Greene County, Arkansas – Henry was born November 03, 1867 in Shelbyville, Bedford County, Tennessee and died after 1949 (will recorded that year) in Paragould, Greene County, Arkansas – they were both buried in Paragould, Greene County, Arkansas; Hattie was 90 when she died in about 1970 in probably Texas.
Hattie and Henry had one child:
Mary H. Woolsey born about 1912 in probably Paragould, Greene County, Arkansas (some say maybe Bald Knob, White County, Arkansas) – Mary probably died in Chicago, Illinois. (Mary was probably named after Hattie’s sister.) Mary was in both the 1920 and the 1930 Census’ with her parents. Mary married R. C. Baxter – married in 1938 in Greene County, Arkansas.
Henry’s parents were: John H. Woosley born January 3, 1839 and died February 21, 1872 at age 33 years, one month and 18 days, both in Shelbyville, Bedford County, Tennessee – buried Willow Mount Cemetery, Shelbyville, Bedford County, Tennessee; married Wilmoth Adelaide ‘Addie’ Fuqua born October 12, 1841 in Madison County, Alabama ((some say in Bedford County, Tennessee) and died August 08, 1893 at age 51 years, 9 months and 27 days in Shelbyville, Bedford County, Tennessee – married January 24, 1865 in Bedford County, Tennessee. In 1860 John was working on his mother’s farm in Shelbyville. Addie was left a young widow at age 30 with and infant son, Henry; in 1880 she, as head of household, lived with Henry, her mother Eliza A. Fuqua, and her sister Eliza G. Fuqua in Bedford County, Tennessee.
Any further information on this family would be appreciated,