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Friday, October 16, 1903
Mrs. Bert Woodland, for many years a well known resident of Weiser and vicinity but who
had for some time past resided with her husband and family at Payette, died in this city
Sunday morning. The remains were taken to Weiser for burial. The funeral took place on
Monday morning in that city, an account of which is given in the Weiser Signal as
The funeral services of Mrs. Bert Woodland, who died at Payette Sunday morning, were held
Monday morning under the auspices of Kalos Circle, of the Women of Woodcraft. Services
were held in Odd Fellows hall, conducted by Revs. Deiapine and Deal. A large concourse of
friends and the ladies of the Circle followed the remains. At the cemetery the remains
were taken in charge by the ladies, and interred according to the ceremonies of their
Mrs. Woodland was born at Boone, Iowa, Jan. 7th, 1860. She came to Idaho in 1863, and has
been a resident of the state ever since. At the age of 15 years she was married to
Lafayette Lansdon, was the mother of thirteen children, twelve of whom survive her. She
became a member of the Baptist church at an early age, and was a consistent member until
her death. A little more than two years ago she was married to Bert Woodland.
Mrs. Woodland has been a sufferer for several months with cancer, had had two operations
performed, but without success. She leaves many to mourn her loss.