Person:Elsie Dobbs (1)

b.18 Mar 1901
d.21 Jun 1989
m. 15 Nov 1902
  1. Elsie DOBBS1901 - 1989
  • HWill RODEN1926 - 1930
  • WElsie DOBBS1901 - 1989
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Name Elsie DOBBS
Gender Female
Birth? 18 Mar 1901
Marriage to Will RODEN
Death? 21 Jun 1989
Reference Number? Cousins of Dalton J. Nix Keyword
Reference Number? Descencants of Jennings NIX Keyword
Reference Number? JenningsNIX Descendants Keyword
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Corrections, Additions, and Revisions by Elizabeth Mintz July 2004

Provided by Elizabeth Mintz on 4 april 2005, Obituaries in the Gadsden Times Newspaper; Friday 23 June 1989, page B-2.

Roden, Elsie Dobbs

Funeral was to be at 11 a.m. today at Liberty Baptist Church for Mrs. Elsie Dobbs Roden, 77, 910 Majorie Street Boaz, who died Wednesday June 21, 1989. The Rev. Billy Malone was to officiate. burial was to be in the adjoining Cemetery. Albertville Memorial Chapel Juneral Home was in charge. 
She is survived by three daughters; Mrs.Tencil Dyer, Minnesota, Mrs. Sybil Frith, Cartersville Georgia,  Lida Seay, Boaz, sons, J.D. Roden, Rome Georgia, L.B. Roden, Altoona, 31 grandchildren, 44 great grandchildren, 2 great-great grandchildren. 

Title Roden roots : six generations of the descendants of Jeremiah Roden and Susannah Kirkland of DeKalb County, Alabama Stmnt.Resp. compiled by Leslie R. Waltman, Jr. Authors Waltman, Leslie Ray, 1944- (Main Author)

Notes Includes index. Includes Burns, Carns, Gilbreath, Graves, Naylor, Wilson and related families. Thomas Roden (ca. 1732/1735-1807/1809) and four of his brothers moved (probably from Virginia) to South Carolina between 1750 and 1760. His son, Jeremiah (1764-1851), served in the Revolutionary War, and married Susannah Kirkland in 1784. They moved to Kentucky, Tennessee, and finally to DeKalb County, Alabama. Descendants lived in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Texas and elsewhere.


Roden Burns Carns Gilbreath Graves Naylor Wilson