Bio: Gullord, P. W. "Will" & Martha Zettler
----Sources: Greenwood Gleaner, Peace Memorial Booklet, Greenwood Library "Clippings", High School Annuals, Family & Courthouse Records.
P. W. "Will" & Martha (Zettler) GULLORD
Greenwood, Clark Co., Wisconsin
P. W. "Will" Gullord
P. W. "Will" Gullord owned Gullord Pharmacy in Greenwood, Clark Co., Wisconsin and was a well known early resident. He was born December 12, 1884, the son of O. O. and Hannah (Wiedahl) Gullord. P. W. married Martha, the daughter of George and Marie (Scharmann) Zettler December 27, 1906 in Wood Co., Wisconsin. She was born in 1879.
The Gullords owned property in sections 6 and 7 of Beaver Township.
Will was the clerk for the Greenwood High School Board in 1913 when the new high school was built. It opened to the public March 16, 1914 with an appropriate program. The teachers and pupils moved in the following week.
Will Gullord belonged to the prestigious Greenwood Commercial Club and was present for the unveiling of the Peace Monument given to the city by Ernest Durig in 1937.
Friday, April 25, 1933, the Gullords traveled to Boston, Massachusetts to attend their son's (Edward G.) graduation from Harvard that Friday, April 28 th. On Saturday, they then attended the wedding of their son to Miss Jacquelin Iva Speed of Louisville Kentucky.
When Martha died July 17, 1960, she was buried in the Greenwood City cemetery. Six years later he beloved husband was put to rest next to her.
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