Arza & Olive (Ollie) Hattaway DeLoach WoodhouseAzra Woodhouse

Arza was born September 7, 1870 in Lehi, Utah to John and Emma Smith Thomas Woodhouse.  In other histories, Ollie DeLoach was listed as a resident of Highland before 1915.  She was born Olive Hattaway in Georgia about 1874.  She was probably a daughter of William Hattaway (q.v.) who was also born in Georgia and was living in Lehi in 1900.  Ollie married William M. DeLoach September 15, 1890 in Georgia and they had one son: Herman.  They apparently divorced and she moved to Lehi to be near her father and that's where she met and married Arza, January 17, 1895.  They were living in Lehi in 1900 but had moved to California before 1910.  The census showed them living in Ballona, California, where William Hattaway was also living.  They had seven children: Myrtile, Arnold, Arza, Charles A., John W., Eugene and Darold.  Ollie died July 7, 1920 and Arza died June 6, 1930, in Los Angeles, California. 

Source: HIGHLAND HISTORY: A compilation by Charles T Greenland II for the Highland Historical Society

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