Pearl was a member of Oak Grove Baptist Church. She was baptized in September of 1904 and was also a member of the
Eastern Star. Both of Pearl's grandfathers (John Bond & Benjamin Blakeney) fought with the 7th Tennessee Cavalry USA
during the Civil War. Both died while prisoners of war.
SERVICES FOR PEARL NORWOOD HELD JAN. 14
Mrs. Pearl Bond Norwood, 77, wife of R.E. Norwood died Sunday night, Jan 12 at Jackson Madison County General Hospital.
Services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Dilday Funeral Home with burial in Oak Grove Cemetery near Buena Vista. She
also leaves four sons, Paul Norwood and Raymond Norwood, both of Union City, Wade Norwood with the United States Army,
stationed in Germany and Ralph Norwood of Newborn; a daughter Mrs. Claudine Heath of Kennett, MO., and a sister, Mrs.
Berdie Jones of Kennett.4 5 6
- Death Certificate of Pearl Norwood, Madison County, Tennessee File no. 69-001918
- The Jackson Sun (Jackson, Tennessee) ¨ Mon, Jan 13, 1969 ¨ Page 11
- Marriage License of Robert Norwood & Pearl Bond, #415
- Oak Grove Baptist Church Book, July 4 1899
- Benjamin Blakeney's Civil War Service Record
- John Bond's Civil War Service Record