Woods

Malcolm Tobias (Tobe) and Louisa Blood Woods

Tobe was born February 10, 1855, in Beri, Clay County, Missouri to Adam C. and Mary Wilson Woods.  He lived in American Fork in 1870 and Alpine in 1910, 1920 and 1930. They apparently lived in Number 32 (on the 1958 Highland map), which was considered Alpine. He was married to Louisa Blood, born December 28, 1861, in Salt Lake City to George H. and Sarah Sophia Franks Blood. She also lived in American Fork in 1870 and 1880. They were married November 16, 1884, and had three children: Archie Ray, Leonard and Grace. She died October 13, 1931, in Alpine and he died April 12, 1939, also in Alpine. They are buried in the American Fork City Cemetery. In 1940, their children, Ray and Grace were both unmarried and lived together in the family home. 

Source: HIGHLAND HISTORY: A compilation by Charles T Greenland II for the Highland Historical Society

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