Person:Harold Woodlief (1)

Watchers
m. 27 Jan 1894
  1. Harold Boyd Woodlief1895 - 1947
m. 13 Aug 1917
  1. Joseph Benjamin Woodlief1920 - 2000
  1. Suzanne Russell Woodlief1926 - 2005
  2. Lois Geraldine WoodliefEst 1929 - 1990
Facts and Events
Name[2] Harold Boyd Woodlief
Gender Male
Birth[1][8] 17 Sep 1895 Brookfield, Linn, Missouri, United States
Census[3] 1900 Brookfield, Linn, Missouri, United States
Census[4] 1910 Brookfield, Linn, Missouri, United States
Physical Description[8] 30 May 1917
Marriage 13 Aug 1917 Enid, Garfield, Oklahoma, United Statesto Zella Ann McCristy
Census[15] 1920
Death[1][2] 29 Sep 1947 East Chicago, Lake, Indiana, United States
Burial[2] 3 Oct 1947 Brookfield, Linn County, Missouri
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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 United States. Social Security Administration. U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936–2007. (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, 2015).
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Indiana, United States. Death Certificates, 1899-2011. (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015).
  3. Linn, Missouri, United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    Page: 7B, 08 Jun 1900.

    Name: Harold B Woodlieff [Woodlief] Age: 4 Birth Date: Sep 1895 Birthplace: Missouri Home in 1900: Brookfield Ward 1, Linn, Missouri Ward of City: 1 Street: Brunswick House Number: 402 Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Son Father's name: Benjamin Woodlieff Father's Birthplace: Ohio Mother's name: Sta Woodlieff Mother's Birthplace: Missouri Household Members: Name Age Benjamin Woodlieff 31 Sta* Woodlieff 28 Harold B Woodlieff 4 William H Woodlieff 28

  4. Linn, Missouri, United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    Page: 10A, 27 Apr 1910.

    Name: Harold B Woodlief Age in 1910: 14 Birth Year: abt 1896 Birthplace: Missouri Home in 1910: Brookfield Ward 2, Linn, Missouri Street: Brookfield Avenue Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Son Father's name: Ben R Woodlief Father's Birthplace: Ohio Mother's name: Statira B Woodlief Mother's Birthplace: Missouri Native Tongue: English Occupation: Student Industry: School Attended School: Yes Able to Read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Household Members: Name Age Ben R Woodlief 42 Statira B Woodlief 38 Harold B Woodlief 14

  5. Ottawa Herald (Ottawa, Kansas)
    Page 5 , 27 Jul 1915.

    On Eastern Trip. A card from Harold B. Woodlief of Brookfield, Mo., son of Ben Woodlief, owner of a big farm at Woodlief station, to J. P. Harris, states that Mr. Woodlief will vary his summer outing this year. Instead of coming to the farm as usual he is traveling in the east. The card is addressed from Atlantic City.

  6. Ottawa Herald (Ottawa, Kansas)
    Page 3 , 30 Dec 1915.

    Mr. Harold B. Woodlief spent a couple of days at the Woodlief farm this week. Mr. Woodlief is a student at Missouri University and has been spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Woodlief at Brookfield, Mo.

  7. ORDERS 17 OTTAWANS TO FORT RILEY CAMP, in Ottawa Herald (Ottawa, Kansas)
    Page 1 , 09 May 1917.

    THESE WILL LEAVE AT ONCE FOR TRAINING POST. First of the Forty-six Applicants Drawn Today Men Known Here Called From Other Towns More Applicants. Seventeen Ottawa men were ordered today by Col. Tyree Rivers, commandant of the military training camp at Fort Riley, Kans., to report there at once to enter training for the officers' reserve corps. ... None of the forty-six Ottawans who applied for admission to the camp was among the 600 ordered yesterday to report. However, two young men well known here are in the list of the first called out. ... The other ordered to report is Harold B. Woodlief of Brookfield, Mo., son of B. R. Woodlief. He visited here about a month ago.

  8. 8.0 8.1 United States. Selective Service System. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. (Washington, D.C.: National Archives Microfilm Publication M1509, 1987-1988).

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  9. A HIGH CLASS STOCK FARM, in Ottawa Herald (Ottawa, Kansas)
    Page 1 , 19 Feb 1918.

    HAROLD B. WOODLIEF TO BREED HEREFORDS AND BERKSHIRES. Has Purchased Prince Bonaparte, a . 11-Month-Old Bull to Head His Herd at a Cost of $1,000. Harold B. Woodlief, a son of B. R. Woodlief, of Brookfield, Mo., has rented his father's farm northeast of Ottawa and will establish it as a Hereford cattle and Berkshire hog farm. The farm is part of the estate of the late Capt. W. H. Woodlief. Mr. Woodlief has purchased a pure bred herd bull, Prince Bonaparte, 11 months old, from S. H. Velie of Kansas City, the animal cost $1,000 and is very intensely bred in the Anxiety strain. He is perfectly marked and has the best head of any young bull since Beau Brummell. Mr. Woodlief also bought six heifers at from $310 to $360 each from various breeders, including the state agricultural college . His intention to establish a high class stock farm in this county will be welcomed by the farmers and breeders. The Woodlief place is well known throughout the county. Mr. Woodlief attended the agricultural school of the University of Missouri.

  10. Ottawa Herald (Ottawa, Kansas)
    Page 1, 29 Jul 1918.

    HAROLD WOODLIEF TO NAVY WILL BE AEROPLANE MOTOR INSPECTOR. Must Sell Off Herd of Pure-Bred Herefords Before Reporting at Boston for Training. Harold B. Woodlief of northeast of Ottawa has enlisted in the navy and will be assigned as an aeroplane motor inspector with the rank of a junior lieutenant. He expects to be sent to the Boston School of Technology shortly for four months' training. Mr. Woodlief, who is married, was in class 4 of the draft. He attended the first officers' training camp at Fort Riley a year ago, but illness at the close of the camp prevented him from qualifying for a commission. He underwent an operation and was placed on the reserve list. Mr. Woodlief, who is a son of B. R. Woodlief of Brookfield, Mo., has been on the Woodlief farm, northeast of town, for some time and has devoted his attention to pure-bred Hereford cattle. He has established a high-class herd, which he will have to sell at once before entering the navy. When Mr. Woodlief starts east to commence training Mrs. Woodlief will accompany him to Washington.

  11. Ottawa Herald (Ottawa, Kansas)
    Page 1, 06 Sep 1918.

    HAROLD WOODLIEF CALLED. Lieutenant in Naval Aviation Reports at Seattle Sept. 30-Lieut. Harold B. Woodlief has received a call to report at Seattle, Wash., on September 30, for service as aeroplane motor inspector in the naval aviation service. He will leave in a few days, accompanied by Mrs. Woodlief, who will remain with him as long as he in this country. Woodlief, a well-known young farmer and stockman, enlisted recently in the naval service and was commissioned junior lieutenant. He had expected to go to Boston, but his call takes him in the opposite direction, Mr. and Mrs.Woodlief will visit at various points enroute to Seattle. He is a son of B. R. Woodlief of Brookfield, Mo., and attended the first officers' training camp at Fort Riley. The well-known Woodlief herd of Hereford cattle will not be sold, but Mr. Woodlief will leave the farm, northeast of Ottawa, and the herd in competent hands.

  12. SAW TAUY JONES HOUSE., in Ottawa Herald (Ottawa, Kansas)
    Page 1, 23 Apr 1919.

    O. U. Students Inspected Some Relics of College's Founder. A feature of the Ottawa University charter day picnic yesterday was an inspection of the famous old stone house on the Woodlief farm, northeast of town, the edifice being erected by the late Chief J. Tauy Jones, founder of O. U. Much of the old furniture of the late Ottawa Indian chief remains. The house is now occupied by Mr. and. Mrs. Harold B. Woodlief who cordially welcomed the faculty and students. The picnic was held in the Woodlief grove. Practically the entire student body and faculty, more than 200, were there yesterday. The day was ideal and all declared it was the most enjoyable celebration in recent history. O. U. was 54 years old Monday. Walter Anthony of Le Loup, a former student, brought a truck load of eatables to the scene of the picnic.

  13. Ottawa Herald (Ottawa, Kansas)
    Page 4 , 15 May 1919.

    TO FORM A SHOW HERD HEREFORD BREEDERS CHOSE OTTAWA HEADQUARTERS. Sale Will Be Held Next Fall ... A vice president from each county was elected and this body with the president and the secretary constitute the board of directors. The vice-presidents are as follows: Franklin, Harold B. Woodlief, Ottawa. ...

  14. Ottawa Herald (Ottawa, Kansas)
    Page 3 , 14 Nov 1919.

    Mr. Harold B. Woodlief of the Woodlief farm has returned from Columbia, Mo., where he went to attend the home-coming day and to witness the Missouri-Nebraska football game. Mr. Woodlief was a student at the agricultural college before his marriage and was a member of the Sigma Nu fraternity. He was a guest of his fraternity while in Columbia.

  15. United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Not yet located in the 1920 census.

  16. HE'LL BE A FARMER, TOO!, in Ottawa Herald (Ottawa, Kansas)
    Page 1, 10 Feb 1920.

    Harold B. Woodlief, well known breeder of fine cattle and hogs, came to town with a smile all over this morning. A new member of the firm, Master J. B. Woodlief reached the Woodlief farm, northeast of town, last night. The young man weighed 8 pounds on arrival. The father says he'll raise him to be a farmer and stockman. The young man is named for his grandfathers.

  17. Ottawa Herald (Ottawa, Kansas)
    Page 6 , 18 Oct 1920.

    DANCE AT CLUB. One of the most enjoyable parties of the fall was the Halloween dance given Saturday night at Ottawa country club by Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Rule and Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Woodlief in honor of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hay of Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edmonds of Junction City. ...

  18. Ottawa Herald (Ottawa, Kansas)
    Page 7 , 21 Apr 1921.

    FOR SALE One registered Airedale dog, good watch dog. Harold B. Woodlief, Phone 1084-B.

  19. NEW C. OF C. SECRETARY. , in Ottawa Herald (Ottawa, Kansas)
    Page 1 , 15 Sep 1921.

    Harold E. Woodlief Has Succeeded Bert Anderson. President F. F. Fockele of the Chamber of Commerce has filled the vacant secretaryship by appointing Harold B. Woodlief to the position. Mr. Woodlief has accepted and has assumed his duties. ...