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Descendants of Josiah Wood through his son David Wood, Albermarle County, Virginia.

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Published in Hopkinsville, Ky .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wood family (Josiah Wood, fl. 1741).,
  • Wood family (David Wood, ca. 1750-1816).

  • Edition Notes

    Caption title.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.W875 1947
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6076629M
    LC Control Number50022851
    OCLC/WorldCa6058560

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Descendants of Josiah Wood through his son David Wood, Albermarle County, Virginia. by McFarland Walker Wood Download PDF EPUB FB2

Descendants of Josiah Wood through his son David Wood, Albermarle County, Virginia Descendants of Josiah Wood through his son David Wood, Albermarle County, Virginia by Wood, McFarland Walker, Publication date Topics Wood family Publisher Hopkinsville, Ky.

Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Pages: Josiah Wood (fl) patented acres on Buck Mountain Creek in Albemarle County, Virginia. David Wood (ca), one of his two sons, married Mildred Walker Lewis inand lived on the same land.

Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, California and elsewhere. FHL FAM HIST Book Hke. Wood - Wood, McFarland W. Descendants of Josiah Wood through his son David Wood, Albermarle County, Virginia.

[microform]. Hopkinsville, KY: Unknown, Digital version at Heritage Quest Online ($). One branch of the family went to Tipton County. Land [edit | edit source]. Jane Wood. Their land in Albemarle County was sold the largest portion nearly 1, acres to John R.

Campbell inwhen the family transferred their residence to Fluvanna County. Mrs. Lucy Wood died there about John H. Wood was the only son who married. His wife was Elizabeth Spencer daughter of Charles Spencer.

Mary (Wood) Sandidge 25 Nov Albemarle County, Virginia - 04 Mar managed by Bill Vincent Jacklyn (Wood) Ryan s - s managed by James Wood James E. Wood s Albemarle County is located in the Central region of the Commonwealth of Virginia and was named in honor of William Ann Keppel, second Earl of Albemarle, who was then governor of the colony.

Albemarle County Virginia Courthouse. Albemarle County, Virginia. East Jefferson Street. Charlottesville, Virginia Phone: () Albemarle County NS DAR.

The Genealogical Research System (GRS) is the DAR online genealogical portal that has been ranked as a top genealogy website by Family Tree Magazine.

The GRS comprises collections of cross-linked databases that DAR has made available online, including the DAR Ancestor Database, Member Database, Descendants Database, DAR Library Catalog, DAR Genealogical. Complete listing of Early Virginia Immigrants, (from book published by George Cabell Greer, now copyright-free) Each line contains from left to right: LAST & FIRST - Name of immigrant who came to America ARRIVAL - Year of immigrant arrival SPONSOR - Name of sponsoring person(s) paying passage of immigrant COUNTY - County in which sponsor received land for payment of passage.

The Peytons of Virginia II: being an account of the ancient and knightly family of Peyton of Suffolk and especially those who became planters in his majesty’s colony of Virginia. Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press ; Great Falls, VA ( Holly Knoll Circle, Great Falls ): Book orders to Alta J.

Ginn, 2 vols. Special Collections. Official Website of the County of Albemarle, Virginia, USA. Click here to access the new GIS Web viewer.

News: Update your bookmarks to use https instead of http and clear your browser cache if you have difficulty accessing the site. The central Virginia county of Albemarle was home to ab persons in This database, taken from The History of Albemarle County, is a listing of family information for residents of the county between and It provides marriage, death and military service information.

Albemarle County in Virginia Edgar Woods, David Woods Limited preview - likely to be a tumbledown dwelling built "almost all of wood, covered with the same; the roof with shingles, Albemarle County in Virginia: Giving Some Account of what it was by Nature, of what it was Made by Man, and of Some of the Men who Made it 3/5(3).

David Wood of Virginia By James Wood at I'm trying to find information on my 4th Great Grandfather I'm uncertain on his exact place of birth, but believe it to be Around Franklin County or Patrick County Virginia. The Story of David Epperson & His Family of Albemarle County, Virginia: With Supplementary Notes on the Epperson Family in Peacemaker Joseph Martin,and His Descendants.

FHL Book Mb [Martin Wood, McFarland W. Descendants of Josiah Wood Through His Son, David Wood, Albemarle County, Virginia. Hopkinsville. Full text of " Albemarle County in Virginia; giving some account of what it was by nature, of what it was made by man, and of some of the men who made it " See other formats.

F A3 CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Cornell University Library F A3 W89 Albemarle County in Virginia: giving som olin 3 Cornell University Library The. Haggard family for me in the book “History of Albemarle County Virginia, “ – titled, “Albemarle in Virginia” by Rev.

Edgar Wood. This is what I wrote and his reply. Audrey J. Lambert. Roger, I was told that the names of Nathaniel Haggard I, and his son Martin Haggard were signers of the Virginia Declaration of Independence and are File Size: 30KB. inventory of John Mercer's library made by his son James prior to the sale of Mrs.

Mercer's estate. Also: Sale of John Mercer's Effects after the death of his wife. Copies made by Wm. Mercer and enclosed is his letter to R.A.B., Stafford County, VA: W[illiam] C.

Byrd: Letter to David Pattison. Albemarle County in Virginia giving some account of what it was by nature, of what it was made by man, and of some of the men who made it.

by Edgar Woods. Published by The Michie company, printers in [Charlottesville, Va. Written in EnglishPages: The Thurmonds: A Study in the Genealogy and History of Philip Thurmond of Amherst County, Virginia and His Descendants.

Part 2 of: FHL Book Tww. [Thurmond] White, Jesse E. Moss, Massie, Hughes and Thurmond Families, New Kent, Hanover, Albermarle & Goochland Counties, Virginia.

MSS. FHL Collection Item 8. richard wood was the son of josiah wood&mary michie,they both consented to the marriage between richard wood&hannah jopling 5/jan/ amherst,virginia if you will check the records at the courthouse you will find the d wood was not i repeat not the son of zacariah wood is buried in earlysville.i wish someone would get their facts straight.i have hannah,s will which.

Augusta County (Va.) Chancery Causes,He died there and Valentine Zinn is his son and heir at law. John Smith vs. Exrs. of James Patton - John Smith formed a company in with Zacariah Lewis, William Waller, Ben Waller, Robert Green, and James Patton to take up and surveyacres between the waters of the James.

His son William M. Wood, became a prominent Methodist minister in that state. His grandson, Stuart M. Wood, son of the Methodist minister, practiced law in Missouri, for a while and moved to Virginia, finally settling in Roanoke, where he became a prominent member of that City's bar. A leading Bristol, and Scott County family was started on Big.

Search Discover your family's story in the hundreds of artices, thousands of Family Tree Maker trees, hundreds of thousands of forums and millions of posts by GenForum contributors when you search The proof of the connection of this family to Tunis and Catherine (Propst) McElwain is established by a deed in the Pendleton County, West Virginia Courthouse, made by them to Jacob Propst, Jr., son of Jacob Propst, Sr., and grandson of Frederick Propst, dated Ma From the last entries it appears that the record was cumulative through Apr.

Gilmer was a justice of the peace in Albemarle county, 12 June (“Justices of the Peace of Colonial Virginia,” Va. State Libr., Bull., xiv [], ).

The certificate which TJ received on signing the oath has not been located. James Daniel () is the Son of James Daniel of Albemarle. The DNA now confirms the record evidence. I have been well satisfied from the records that my James Daniel (b. 31 Decmd. Sally Cocke, migrated from Granville to Caswell/Person to KY Christian county, d.

) is the son of James Daniel of Albemarle (d. ) and Jane Hicks. Bird named his first son Andrew. Bird lived in Wood county but then moved on to Mason County Virginia, then to Washington County Ohio and finally to Illinois where he died. John Lockhart Jr was born August 6, in Hampshire County, Virginia and died August 4, in then Wood County, Virginia (now Wirt County, WV).

Among the fatalities was Edward's nephew, Howard Stone, a son of his brother Kinzea, along with a David Wood who may have been an inlaw or relative from Albemarle. 6 Although neither Edward nor Howard left a will, the Bourbon County Clerk kept very complete records about the settlement of the estates, a process which dragged on for years.

The administrator for both estates was Edward's elder. Witnesses were Zerviah WOOD, John TABER and John WOOD. David WOOD was appointed as the executor of the will on 18 Dec (Vol.

78 p. Elihu Wood Sr.’s son Lemuel C. WOOD was a Captain (Master) and owner of many merchant ships listed in "The New Bedford Ship Registers". Letter, 19 Septemberfrom John D.

Brown () of Hanover County, Virginia, to his son Joseph Booth Brown (b. ) of Company C, 15th Virginia Infantry, and includes a postscript by his mother Harriet Brown (). The letter discusses local, social, and family. Alexander Spotswood (c. – 6 June ) was a Lieutenant-Colonel in the British Army and a noted Lieutenant Governor of is noted in Virginia and American history for a number of his projects as governor, including his exploring beyond the Blue Ridge Mountains, his establishing what was perhaps the first colonial iron works, and his negotiating the Treaty of Albany with the Born: c.

English Tangier, Morocco. Josiah Wood Josiah Wood patented acres in Albemarle county in His wife’s name was Mary. He had two sons, David and John. John married Mildred, daughter of Nicholas Lewis, of the Farm, and had Thomas W., Nicholas L., Robert W., William L., John W., David, Maria, who married James Clarkson, and Margaret, who married Dr.

James B. Rogers. VIRGINIA SLAVES FREED AFTER Isle of Wight County Virginia Deed B p. 39–22 Oct –David Tynes son of Benjamin Tynes of I of W sells to Andrew Woodley of same for $ the tract Timothy Tynes late of said county left by his last will and testament to be occupied by Beck late of Allen Cockes estate and all her children.

The following ancestral ALLEN descendancies have been contributed by researchers of this ALLEN patrilineage, and are generally substantiated with evidence. Each descendancy begins with the earliest known male ancestor of a particular sublineange and continues down to the tested male descendant.

Howard's widow (apparently childless) married 9 Sep Josiah Watkins, almost five years after her first husband's death. 14 Virginia and Josiah remained in Bourbon County throughraising a half-dozen children.

Agnes F. Stone (b ) married 16 Jul William Carter. Both were living in. Will of Jacob Watts () Orange County Virginia Will Book #5, pa. ; Acknowledgments Thank you to Sandy Harris for creating WikiTree profile Watts through the import of Clark Goudy Odenbaugh Price Family Tree_ged on Feb 4, Spouse: Ruth (Twyman) Watts.

Middle-Earth Adventure Guidebook II (Middle Earth Role Playing/MERP).pdf. "Josiah's Book" - an old book made by Josiah Daniel and passed to his son Samuel which gives many family dates, written at the time.

Now in the possession of Dr. Thomas Manning Daniel of Smithfield, NC, transcribed and shared by Rosalyn Daniels Sumner, a descendant of Josiah Daniel (, Chesley's brother); email Rosalyn. Wade Genealogy [ Up ] [ Hull ] [. Additionally, there is the family tradition that the Wades of Virginia descend from father Armagil through his son William.

Even Wikepedia Encyclopedia states, " the Wades of Virginia claim descent from his [William's] father." listed in "Deeds of Amherst and Albemarle County, Virginia," by Davis. John McCord, Jr. of Abbeville, in his application for pension, definitely links the Abbeville family to the Albemarle one when he declares that he was born in Albemarle County, Virginia Novemand that the record of his age was in the handwriting of either his father or his uncle.

NANSEMOND COUNTY QUERY PAGE DRURY - I am searching for information on Charles DRURY of Nansemond Co. 's. Any information would be helpful. Decem from Sharon Broward Davis Next DRURY BRINKLEY - Researching BRINKLEY in very early NANSEMOND CO, VA and on into ORANGE CO., NC.

by bly suspect connection to Peter Brinkley who married Anne ELEY and had large family.William Thornton (about – after 22 December ) was a planter and colonist in 17th–century Virginia. He was one of approximately thirty early Virginia colonists to progenerate descendants that through intermarriage would establish themselves as a political and social 'aristocracy' in America.Amherst County, Virginia Genealogy and History Volunteers Dedicated to Free Genealogy ; Wills and Probate Documents Source: "Virginia wills before a complete abstract register of all names mentioned in over six hundred recorded wills copied from the court house records of Amherst, Bedford, Campbell, Loudoun, Prince William, and Rockbridge Counties".