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“My warmest thoughts go out to you today with sympathy for the lost of your dear Mother. May God bless and comfort you all during this time of...Read More »
1 of 7 | Posted by: Everlena Washington - Florence, SC

“To Michael and family you all have my condolences and prayers in the loss of your mother. I know that no words of comfort can ease your pain ,or...Read More »
2 of 7 | Posted by: Pamela B. Venson - Columbia, SC

“God is near to those who are broken in heart and those who are crushed in spirit he saves. (Psalm 34:18) Please accept our sincere condolences. ”
3 of 7 | Posted by: Mines family - MD

“Michael, Sorry to hear of your mother passing, Wont you Lisa and the boys to know that you guys are in our prayers. May the Lord hold you all in the...Read More »
4 of 7 | Posted by: Robert Woodham - Jersey City N.J

“To Michael and Family, We were so sorry to hear about the loss of your mother and my aunt Bess. She was a very special lady with a quiet, kind and...Read More »
5 of 7 | Posted by: Joyce Debnam - Randallstown, MD

“To Michael & Family Members, We send our heartfelt sympathy and share in your sorrow during this difficult time. Cousins, Annette Jackson...Read More »
6 of 7 | Posted by: Annette Drummond - Bronx, NY

“My Aunt Bess always has a special place in my heart. The times my sisters and I would travel down to Hartsville to visit with our Mom for vacation...Read More »
7 of 7 | Posted by: Deborah Barber - Baltimore, MD


Elizabeth Jackson Woodham was born in Darlington County September 16, 1928, the daughter of the late Pink and Geneva Davis Jackson. She attended the public schools of Darlington County and graduated from Butler High School in 1947. After graduation she began working in the Darlington County Schools as a cafeteria cook in Hartsville area schools. Her love of sewing lead her to employment as a seamstress with The Hartsville Manufacturing Company. Elizabeth was employed there for over 30 years before retiring.. In 1951 she was united in matrimony to Wesley P. Woodham and to this union one son, Michael, was born. Mrs. Woodham was a lifelong member of St. John United Methodist Church. She loved her church dearly and rarely missed services. She served as a Communion Stewardess for many years and was a member of the United Methodist Women. Mrs. Woodham was a long time member of Order of the Eastern Star Myrtle Chapter No. 56. She was an avid gardener and spent countless hours working in her flower and vegetable gardens. Elizabeth also loved quilting and made numerous beautiful quilts. Elizabeth Jackson Woodham leaves to cherish her memory a son, Michael (Lisa) Woodham of Hartsville, SC, a Goddaughter, Suzette Jackson, of Hartsville, SC, two sisters Darcus Barber, of Woodlawn MD, and Willie Mae (John)James, of Gastonia, NC; a brother Pink Jackson (Elizabeth), Jr. of Hartsville, SC, two grandchildren, Michael Nathaniel Woodham, and Christopher Marcus Woodham and many other relatives and very dear friends.