I hope this will help.They are buried in Jellico Community Cemetery in Houston County.The cemetery is also known as Winslette Methodist Cemetery and Piney Grove Cemetery.This information comes from the cemetery book for the church:
William Washington Woodham
Born 16 August 1877
Died 9 September 1965
Jesse G. Woodham
Born 28 September 1881
Died 3 January 1919
An obituary is unfortunately not available for Jesse G. Woodham, but here is the one for William Washington Woodham.
The Dothan Eagle, Thursday, September 9, 1965
William Washington Woodham, 89, of Dothan Route 1, died Thursday morning following a long illness.
Funeral services will be held 3:30 p.m. Friday from the Ward-Wilson Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Rankin Tyler officiating.Burial is to follow in the Piney Grove Cemetery.
Masonic rites will be at the grave.
The body will be at the funeral home until funeral time.
Woodham was a native of Texas who moved to Houston County at an early age.He was a retired farmer and a member of the Mt. Olive Baptist Church.
Surviving are three sons, Henry and Charles Woodham, Dothan, Ford Woodham, Dothan Route 1; two daughters, Mrs. L. R. Bond, Dothoan Route 5 and Mrs. Charles Shaver, Trenton, S. C.; two sisters, Mrs. Molly McDonald, Dothan and Mrs. Mary Jernigan, Bonifay; 15 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
Their daughter Lille Mae Woodham Saunders and her husband are Albert Emmanuel Saunders are also buried in this cemetery.Here is their information:
Lillie Mae (Woodham) Saunders
Born 6 January 1912
Died 23 February 1962
Albert Emmanuel Saunders
Born 4 December 1911
Died 18 April 1990
The Dothan Eagle, Sunday, February 25, 1965
Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie Mae Saunders, 50, Dothan Route 3, were held yesterday afternoon at Ward-Wilson Chapel.
Mrs. Saunders died in a Dothan hospital late Friday morning following a long illness.
A native of Houston County, she had spent her entire life here.She was a member of the Winslette Chapel United Methodist Church.
The rites were conducted by the Revs. J. M. Hicks, Jr. and Gwyn McDonald.Burial was in the Piney Grove Cemetery near Wicksburg, with Ward-Wilson Brown-Service directing.
Surviving are her husband, Albert E. Saunders, a daughter, Miss Jennie Saunders, Dothan Route 3, her father, W. W. Woodham, Dothan Route 1; three brothers, Henry, Charles and Ford Woodham, Dothan; and two sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Bond, Dothan, Route 1; and Mrs. Modell Shaver, Trenton, S. C.
The Dothan Eagle, Thursday, April 19, 1990
JACKSON'S GAP--Albert Emmanuel Saunders, 78, died Wednesday,April 18, 1990 at Jackson's Gap after a brief illness.
The funeral will be 11 a.m. Friday in the Ward-Wilson Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Tom Anderson and Ira Jones officiating.Buriral will be in Winslette Chapel Cemetery with Ward-Wilson Funeral Home directing.
The family will receive friends at the funeral home this evening from 6 to 8.
Mr. Saunders was born in Geneva County.After marriage, he lived in Houston County, where he was employed as a road and bridge crew worker with the Houston County Road Department until his retirement.He moved to Jackson's Gap about a year and a half ago.He was a member of the Malvern Baptist Church for more than 60 years.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Lillie Mae Woodham Saunders.
Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Gertrude and Buddy Taylor, Jackson's Gap; a brother, Cohen Saunders, Malvern; a granddaughter, Michelle Taylor, a grandson, Steve Taylor, Jackson's Gap; several nieces and nephews.