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Documenting "Joseph Woods (1745-1835) & his lineal descendants" : Mary (Hamilton) Woods, wife and mother of children, Albermarle Co. VA; Blount Co. TN; Gibson & Warrick Co., IN; Rockbridge Co., VA, : 1909 edition compiled by Mary Ann Eliza Woods Hudelson, Melville S. Woods & Robert Archer Woods

author & documentation project chair, Nancy Hawick Stein ; lead researchers, Elaine Lasley & Kathy L. Pugh
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Buffalo Grove, Illinois : N.H. Stein, 2002
56 p. in various paginations, 85 leaves : facsims.

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Joseph Woods was born 22 August 1745 near Charlottsville, Virginia. He married Mary Hamilton (1747-1829). They had ten children. They migrated to Tennessee in about 1790 and to Knox County, Indiana in 1807. He served in the Revoutionary War. Includes an alphabetized listed of descendants showing birthdate, spouse, marriage location and death date.

Includes Alcorn, Blackard, Braselton, Brokaw, Brown, Day, Embree, Finney, Gambill, Hogue, Hudelson, Kendle, Kittle, Mauck, McCarty, Montgomery, Morgan, Richey, Spore, Stormont, Tichenor, Witherspoon and related families.

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