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An interim report on the Wood family genealogy

M. H. Wood

An interim report on the Wood family genealogy

by M. H. Wood

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Published by s.n.] in [London? .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby M.H. Wood.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 88/6005 (C)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationiv, 46 p.
Number of Pages46
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2176384M
LC Control Number88953991

The Wood family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Wood families were found in the UK in In there were 1, Wood families living in New York. This was about 26% of all the recorded Wood's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Wood families in Wood Family Genealogy Samuel Wood Generation 1. Samuel Wood, d. 5 Mar at Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts. His birth date is not known and his parents have not been identified. I believe him to be the son of Thomas Wood and Mary Taylor. If so, he .

WOOD activity in the Genealogist-to-Genealogist (G2G) Forum: Gilly Wood is a Wonderful WikiTreer 13 Apr Gilly Wood is a Wonderful WikiTreer 20 Feb Was Henry Wood son of John Wood, leather seller? 16 Jan Free-Space Genealogy pages: Wood Family Mysteries Searcy and Marion Counties, AR 2 comments, managed by Cathy Osborn. Martha's Genealogy can be traced back to EDMUND WOOD, on her father's side (and possibly her mother's too). The Wood family was from the St. John the Baptist parish of Halifax, Yorkshire, England. Edmund may have been the son of RICHARD WOOD of Sowerby (about 4 miles west-southwest of Halifax), baptized there on 4 Feb

  Wood Group said its order book at June 30 was $ billion compared with $ billion a year earlier. The company said that although there are .   Wood genealogy and other family sketches: genealogical memoranda of a branch of the Wood family in England and America. Also sketches of related families including Daniels, Fraser, Pense, Newey, Mullineux, Owens, Harger, Pohl, Roser, Boyson and Gorton families by Leland N. Wood, , Rutland, Vt.


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From Wikipedia: For the most part, the surname Wood originated as a topographic name used to describe a person who lived in, or worked in a wood or forest. This name is derived from the Middle English wode, meaning "wood" (from the Old English wudu).[1] An early occurrence of this surname (of a personal residing near a wood) is de la Wode, in Hertfordshire, England, in [2].

In reply to: Re: Genealogy book" Wood Family Index" angela leach 11/07/07 James Wood, J.P., performed the marriage of Sarah Wood and John Osborne on 17 Aug (the marriage was not recorded; it was given as evidence in John's War of Bounty Land Claim.

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the first had the most citations. GRIBBEL, John; "Gribbel and Elkins families". - A Lifetime Memory Keeper. ArchivaLife allows you to record and preserve your own history for generations to come.

ArchivaLife is an attractive and easy-to-use, archival-quality memory keeper that features a patent-pending time-line that helps you remember and document the details of your life and your immediate family. Wood family (William Wood, ) [from old catalog] Publisher [Elmira, N.Y., Advertiser print Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of Congress Language English.

I am trying to reconstruct a family line with scanty information. My last Wood ancestor I have information on was I. Thomas Wood, born in Bunkle, Berwickshire, England inmarried Isabella Hall Sewell in on Charles St in Baltimore, died c.

All the family genealogy was divided and the Wood genealogy went elsewhere years ago. 3, David Quailes to Michael Wood for $ sold acres land on Abner's Creek where James Johnson now lives land on south side of Abner's Creek granted to David Quailes on by his excellancy Charles Pine, Witnesses:Rueben Gunn, James Johnson and Charles Gunn Recorded:ABook G, pages Linkpendium's goal is to index every genealogy, geneology:) family history, family tree, surname, vital records, biography, or otherwise genealogically-related site on the Internet.

PLEASE HELP. When you find a useful new resource, go to the right Linkpendium page and click on the "Add your favorite Website(s) to this page" link. Wood / Woods Y-DNA Project - Y-DNA Classic Chart For genealogy within the most recent fifteen generations, STR markers help define paternal lineages.

Y-DNA STR markers change (mutate) often enough that most men who share the same STR results also share a recent paternal lineage. Author of Pennington Family History, The Black family, The Thompson family, The Wright family, The Gray family, The Barnes family, The Wood family, The James family.

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Click Download or Read Online button to get history of the wood family book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Wood Family History & Genealogy History & Origin Photos k+ Bios Family Tree After many years of researching various family stories and being inspired by the book, "A Long Journey" about the Wood family, written by my cousin, Martha Hisey, I have tried to gather all I have found, into one collection that I hope will be past on from.

Woods Genealogy & History. Woods is an early medieval patronymic, deriving from Old English "wudu", meaing someone who lived in woods or took their living from the woods as a woodcutter.

Some other spellings are Wode, Would, Woid, Voud, Vould, Woodison, Woodeson, and Wooderson. Woods family history is first recorded in with Walter de la. Browse the Wood Family Surname Genealogy. This section makes it possible to view all the biographies currently available for the Wood family surname.

Please keep in mind that this is a list of only the primary biography surnames. Other surnames mentioned within a biography are not included in these lists of surnames.

Guide to the Wood Family Papers, Last updated Monday, Jat p.m. Summary Information. Title: Wood Family Papers Inclusive Dates: Inclusive Dates: Inclusive Dates: Call Number: Eau Claire Mss BQ Quantity: c.f.

(12 archives boxes) Repository: Housed at the Area Research Center, William D. McIntyre Library. Wood genealogy and other family sketches: genealogical memoranda of a branch of the Wood family in England and America.

Also sketches of related families including Daniels, Fraser, Pense, Newey, Mullineux, Owens, Harger, Pohl, Roser, Boyson and Gorton families by Wood, Leland N., b. ; Wood, George E., b. History And Genealogy of the Descendants of Abinah Wood And Susannah Humphreys () (Source: MyHeritage) ($) James Wood Family Record (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Wood Family of Shelf, Halifax Parish, Yorkshire, England (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Wood Family Sackville, N.

() (Source: MyHeritage) ($). ELIZABETH WOOD born in Hall County, Georgia. Did marry. REBECCA WOOD born in Cherokee County, Georgia. Died in Ozark, Missouri in the early 's. Buried in the Ozark Cemetery.

PRICILLA WOOD (See Chapter 2 on this family). GREEN WOOD born circa in Hall County, Georgia. Died in the Civil War in the early 's. Main Index to the Wood Surname Database.

One of the most remarkable of the Tory leaders in North Castle's West Patent was Samuel biography, so well told by Herbert Barber Howe in his book on the Wood family, supplies much information and background about the struggle between Patriots and Tories in northern Westchester County.

The following appeared in the Sunday, June 2, edition of the Lafayette, Louisiana The Sunday Advertiser, Acadiana Life section. Bourgeois Family among the early Acadian Settlers () The first Bourgeois in North America was Jacques, who came to Acadie inprobably with his brother-in-law, Germain Doucet dit Laverdure.

The two men were [ ].COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.Charles A.

Wood was born in in Mason County, Kentucky the son of David and Emma Scudder Wood being one of eleven children. The family moved to Indianapolis in two years before the state capitol was established.

They lived on a farm on the outskirts of town. About he along with his brother-in-law George Robertson came to Delphi.