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Descendants of Josiah Wood through his son, David Wood, Albemarle County, Virginia

prepared by McFarland W. Wood
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Washington, D.C. : L.C. Photoduplication Service, 1985
on 2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: Hopkinsville, Ky. : M.W. Wood, 1947. 6 p.

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"This sketch prepared by Capt. McFarland W. Wood ... previous issue was dated 22 march 1942; this is corrected to 15 September 1947"--leaf 1.

Josiah Wood (fl.1741-1792) patented 400 acres on Buck Mountain Creek in Albemarle County, Virginia. David Wood (ca.1750-1816), one of his two sons, married Mildred Walker Lewis in 1781, and lived on the same land. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, California and elsewhere.

Includes Clarkson, Early, Powers, Radford, Rogers, Sloan and related families.

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