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Cordelia Ann "Delia" (Hughes) Griffith
Sep 18, 1865 - Feb 15, 1899
Posted by:  Beverly White

Cordelia Ann "Delia" Hughes Griffith, was born September 18, 1865 north of Jonesboro, Craighead Co, Arkansas to Mary Anna (Freeman) and Larkin Zophar Hughes.  She married James Albert Griffith February 22, 1891 in Montgomery Co, Arkansas.  They soon moved to Texas where their daughter Ivy Rosalie Griffith was born at Blossom Prairie.  In the fall of 1897 Delia, her husband, and 4-year-old daughter Ivy were on their way back to Craighead County Arkansas from Texas because Delia was an invalid.  When they reached DeQueen Arkansas they stopped to visit with Delia's sister and husband, W. S. "Billy" and Susan Arrington.  Albert Griffith suddenly became ill, died in three days, and was buried in the Chapel Hill Cemetery west of DeQueen.  Delia and Ivy stayed there with the Arrington's and when Billy, Susan and family soon moved to Woodville in the Indian Territory, they went along with them.  Uncle Billy put in a General Store.   

Delia was blind, and Ivy could remember leading her around the yard at their home in Woodville.  Delia died February 15, 1899 and was buried next day at the Woodville Cemetery. 

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