James Marlin Watson
M, b. say 1868
- James Marlin Watson was born say 1868.
- Evelina Wood wrote (from Willis) to her grandson Wood Powell on 12 April 1887, ". . . Ella is assisting Mrs. Woolridge in preparing for Maud's wedding (the only daughter) She marries on the 14, next Thursday night. A Mr. Watson who stands well in Willis. he is a dry goods clerk in T.W. Smith's store. Ella assisted in making ten large cakes yesterday & they are finishing them this morning. Ella’s afternoon will be devoted to icing & embossing them. she had several cakes baked here & will prepare some of the meats in her kitchen. Mrs. W. knows very little about such things. . . . Billie & Josie will be in to the wedding. Dr. W.. lives across the street from us. I expect to witness the ceremony. . . ."
Letter in private collection of B. M. Henwood; original transcription by R. E. Reichardt. Minimal punctuation added to enhance readability.
- He married Maude E. Wooldridge, daughter of Samuel Dunbar Wooldridge and Catherine Elizabeth McCan, on 14 April 1887 in Montgomery County, Texas.
- Last Edited: 20 Nov 2008