Eliza Holderby

Eliza Holderby
born November 30, 1839		Independence County, AR
died October 1, 1920	Newport, Jackson County, AR
buried Walnut Grove Cemetery	Newport, Jackson County, AR
married 1st January 28, 1857	Independence County, AR  (Book B, page 345)
to Joseph Pistole
born __________
died March 1860		Jackson County, AR

Joseph Pistole, Jr.	born 1858, died before 1870
Eliza "Minnie" Pistole	born 1860, died 1936

married 2nd (1860's)	Divorced in 1869
to Thomas B. Wormington

married 3rd March 11, 1879	Jackson County, AR  (Book B, page 55)
to John Quincy Adams Guynn
born June 6, 1832		Trigg County, Kentucky
died March 17, 1911		Newport, Jackson County, AR
buried Walnut Grove Cemetery	Newport, Jackson, County, AR

 from the Newport Daily Independent, October 2, 1920:
     At 2:30 Friday afternoon on October the first, Mrs. Eliza H. Guynn passed away,
surrounded by her family circle, at the age of almost 82 years.  She was born in
Independence County, just three years after Arkansas was admitted into the union
of states, and has spent her entire life in Independence and Jackson County.  
In early life, she joined the Methodist Church, but soon after marrying John Q. Guynn,
deceased, she joined the Christian Church and has all of those years been a faithful
member, and until she became an invalid, was active in all the church's interests.
Just a few days before the end she expressed a desire to her pastor to once more be
allowed the privilege of communicating, and to grant her last wish the paster and some
of her friends met at her home and in the silent sick chamber, the Scriptures were read
and the sacrament served.  During her long illness, embracing a number of years, she was
patient and humble with never a murmur of complaint.
     The funeral was held this afternoon at 2:30 from the home conducted by her pastor,
Rev. C. Bridenthal of the Christian Church, assisted by Rev. W. F. Evans of the Methodist
Church, burial following at the Walnut Grove [Cemetery in Newport, Arkansas].
Surviving is one child, a daughter, Mrs. Minnie Guynn and grandson, Heard Guynn, to whom
the sympathy of friends is extended in their sorrow. 

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