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Woods and others in Bath County, Va. and elsewhere

John A. Wood
Wood, John A. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Cambridge, Massachusetts : J.A. Wood, c1996
[5], 188 p. : ill., maps, ports.

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Sources and notes: p. 179-184.

Joseph Wood was born ca. 1740. Around 1765 he married Martha (Mary) Epperson (Apperson), daughter of Francis Epperson. They had 12 children. The earliest records found for Joseph have him purchasing land in Prince Edward County, Virginia, in 1776. The family moved ca. 1779 to Charlotte County, Virginia, and then purchased land in 1782 in Botetourt County, Virginia. Joseph died in 1816 in Botetourt County. Some of his descendants moved to Bath County, Virginia. Descendants have lived in Virginia, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Alabama, Florida, and elsewhere.

Includes index of family names.

Includes the related families of Armentrout, Burger, Cary, Entsminger, Moore, Reynolds, Sitlington, Van Lear, Gilliland, Crawford, Simmons, and others.

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