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**Wa - Wood, Philip 1718, March 20 - born
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1741 - Charles Co - gets apprentice Walter West Walter West, son of John West, is apprenticed to Philip Wood, tailor, for 7 years. All parties are of Charles Co. The date was 1741.
Ref: Old [Charles Co] Deed Book 6 p. 408.
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1743 - recd 13 shillings Charles County. Apr 26, 1743. Received 13 shillings from the estate of Francis Wilkinson. (The reason he was owed 13 shillings is not stated).

Source. Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Libers 16-20, 1737-1744, by V.L. Skinner, Jr, Family Line Publications, 1997. Liber 19 p. 385. I looked at the microfilm of the original record. Other than the amt of money, there was no further detail. (It was Roll #51, Accounts 17 (starting p. 230), 18, 19. 20, 21)
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1745-1750 - Frederick Co lawsuit vs Wm Snowden Philip Wood vs William Snowden, for a debt of 5 .
Snowden was a taylor, late of Frederick Co. Philip was represented by atty Henry Darnall. In 1745, Snowden gave Wood a bill of exchange from Yorkshire, for value recd. Philip won the 6.4.3 sterling (the 5 + damages + 206.75 pounds tobacco costs)
Snowden was also sued for debt by George Maxwell and Richard Molineux.
Ref: This Was The Life, pp. 25-27, 39. (Judgment Records of Frederick County)

William Snowden was age 10 years, a servant of John Vaudry of St. Mary's Co, on 11 Mar 1678 (Ct & Land H#1, 129, according to Early Chas Co MD Settlers by Bates and Wright).
Luke Gardner is also found in St. Mary's Co Rent Roll book by TLC Genealogy: in 1726 when he bought 100 acres from Luke Gardiner.
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1748 - paid by estate of Samuel Perrie of Charles Co Oct 6, 1748. Administrative Account of Mr. Samuel Perrie of Charles County (but filed in Calvert County). Payments to, among many others, Abram Wood, Phillip Wood. Vol 25 p. 201. Seen in Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Libers 21-28, 1744-1750, by V.L. Skinner, Jr, published by Family Line.
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1749 - paid by estate of James Cole of Charles Co Nov 10, 1749. Administrative Account of James Cole. Payments to: Philip Wood, Samuel Love, Jacob Holme, Samuel Chunn, Mary Love, Margaret Scoffield. Executor: William Love. Book 27 p. 325.
Seen in Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Libers 21-28, 1744-1750, by V.L. Skinner, Jr, published by Family Line.
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1750 - had an apprentice John Loe, age 14 next Dec, in Mar 1749/50 was bound to Philip Wood.
Ref is said to be Chas Co Ct Records 42:605. Seen in MD Genealogical Society Bulletin v 34 #1 p. 15.
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1751 - St Mary's Co - paid by Thomas Simpson's estate Was paid by the estate of Thomas Simpson. Also paid: Philip Key, Walter West.

Source. Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Libers 29-36, 1750-1754, by V.L. Skinner, Jr, Family Line Publications, 1997. Liber 31 p. 65.

Philip Key was b. London, England, 1696, d. 1764 St. Mary's Co, m. Susannah Gardiner, d/o John and Mary (Boarman). Ref = Calvert Co Genealogy Newsletter, v 13 p.7
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1752 - Charles Co - paid by the estate of Robert Brent Also paid: John Slye, George Maxwell. Executor was Joseph Pile.

Source. Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Libers 29-36, 1750-1754, by V.L. Skinner, Jr, Family Line Publications, 1997. Liber 33 p. 143.
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1752 - Charles Co - paid the estate of Ann Ebernethy Also mentioned: Andrew Chunn.

Source. Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Libers 29-36, 1750-1754, by V.L. Skinner, Jr, Family Line Publications, 1997. Liber 32 p. 266.
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1753 - Prince George's Co - paid Nathaniel Skinner's estate None of the other names do I associate with my Woods.

Source. Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Libers 29-36, 1750-1754, by V.L. Skinner, Jr, Family Line Publications, 1997. Liber 35 p. 276.
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1758, Jan Indebted to Sam Hanson for articles in an account. William Compton was pledge and security for Philip.
Source: Charles Co Court Records Book I3 p. 113
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1758 - paid by Andrew Chunn's estate
Ref: Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Libers 37-45, 1754-1760, by VL Skinner, Jr.

This is vol 41 p. 526. Also mentions Just. Burch, Will Compton, Samuel Swann. Benjamin King, John Compton, James Wood. Date = Apr 15, 1758.
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1759, Jan 12 Still indebted to Sam Hanson of Chas. Co. Source: Charles Co Court Records Book I3 p. 113
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1759 - St. Mary's surety for Briscoe Davis of St Mary's Co. Ref: Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Libers 37-45, 1754-1760, by VL Skinner, Jr.

vol 43 p. 355.
date = Oct 25, 1759
admx = Mary Davis
other surety = George Burroughs
payments to: Thomas Price, John Chesley. George Maxwell, Robert Briscoe, Meveral Lock.
Distribution to: widow, Briscoe Davis (at age), Rachell Davis (at age), Mary Ann Davis (at age), Hezekiah Davis (age 14), Philip Davis (age 12), Sophur Davis (age 9), Thorist Davis (age 5).

I just finished reading Maryland Archives documents from Prerogative Court (Accounts), which I sent for in order to double check the abstract in the above Family Line book, and I came up with a surprise that wasn't in the abstract. In the account of Mary Davis, administratrix of Briscoe Davis (volume 43 p. 355), the sureties, as we already knew from the abstract, were Philip Wood and George Burroughs, but what I didn't know was that both sureties were from St. Mary's County! But my Philip Wood wasn't from St. Mary's in 1759. This leads me, even more, to think that there were two Philip Wood's in 1760 in SW Maryland.
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1760 - Charles Co - parishoner
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1760 - paid Richard Bennett Boarman's estate Ref: Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Libers 37-45, 1754-1760, by VL Skinner, Jr.

vol 44 p. 346
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1760 - St Mary's Co - parishoner
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1770 - sells slaves to James Briscoe Bill of sale of slaves from Philip Wood to James Briscoe, Sep 8, 1770. Slaves named Becky and Henrietta. Wit: Priscilla Wood and Henry Howard.
Ref: "No 6, Deeds, 1668-1775. Pages mixed". From Maryland Court Records, 1650-1824 by DAR.
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1781 - sells slave to Williamson King Sept 1, 1781, for 100 , Philip Wood sells to Williamson King, Negro girl Rebecca. Ref: Charles County Deed Book V3.
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1781 Oct - given bond by Williamson King & Thomas Ching Charles County Deed Book V3.
Bond. Oct 2, 1781. Williamson King and Thomas Ching give 50,000 lbs tobacco bond to Philip Wood to warrant that King will allow Philip King and Mary, his wife, the use of Rebecca during their natural lives. Witmesses - J. Parnham, Ann Parnham.
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1789 - sells slave etc to Williamson King Charles Co Deed Book D4 p. 537: Philip Wood, in 1781, conveyed slave Rebecca to Williamson King. But in 1784, Wood was indebted to Francis Hamersly as executor of Elizabeth Pile, deceased, for unpaid rent of 12,012 lbs tobacco. Rebecca, being at Wood's, was seized for the back rent, since he did not have 12.012 lbs tobacco worth of property. Wood, to repay King for the loss of Rebecca, and for 5 to Wood paid by King, King grants to Wood a Negro boy named Joseph, 6 cattle, and 4 feather beds and furniture.


(Note that in 1770, King sold a slave named Becky to James Briscoe. If same Becky, suggests that James Briscoe was a relative of Philip Wood)
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1801 - Warren Co entry Page 217. Dec 22, 1801. Phillip Wood entered 400 acres beg on Augustus Hubbard's line near the Knobs, then with the knobs to Beard's line and suitable courses. Source: Warren County, Kentucky, Order Book 2, 1801-1805, by Sandra K Gorin.
**Wa - Wood, Philip 1803 - Warren Co tax list Waterway: not listed
From: Merry & Philip Wood/others
**Wa-w - Slye, Mary -
**Wa-w - Slye, Mary 1734, May 8 - born
**Wa-w - Slye, Mary 1801 - Warren Co entry Page 137. Mary Wood, 200 acres between the Dripping Spring and Packett's(?) bef on Ephraim Hubbard Jr's lower corner near the foot of the knob at a post oak, running south with this line 180 poles, then W.

David Bell, 400 acres between the Dripping Spring and Pruet's bef on Mary Wood's NW corner of her 200 acre entry, with her line S and W.

Source: Warren County, Kentucky, Order Book 2, 1801-1805, by Sandra K Gorin.
**Wa-w - Slye, Mary 1802 - Warren Co tax list of Thomas G Wood on Barren River. From M Wood.
**Wa-w - Slye, Mary 1803 - Warren Co entry Page 403. Apr 4, 1803. Mary Wood, 400 acres on the road leading from the Dripping Spring to Bardstown, beg at Ephraim Hubbard Jr's NE corner, running W with the knob 310 poles then S. Source: Warren County, Kentucky, Order Book 2, 1801-1805, by Sandra K Gorin.
**Wa-w - Slye, Mary 1803 - Warren Co tax list Waterway: not listed
From: Merry & Philip Wood/others
**Wa-w - Slye, Mary 1804 - Warren Co tax list Thomas G Wood, Barren River land, from Mary Wood/Thomas Allen
**Wa-w - Slye, Mary 1805 - Warren Co - debt to Joab Watson Warren Co, KY Common Law Suit #772:
To the Warren Co Sheriff - we command you to take Mary Wood and her safely keep, so that you have her body before Warren Circuit Court next Feb, to answer Joab Watson of a plea of debt for $93 damage $15. Nov 1, 1805.
Not found in my bailiwick.
The within named Mary Wood has removed from Warren County.
**Wa-w - Slye, Mary 1806 - Warren Co tax list - gave land to Henry
**Waa - Wood, Priscilla -
**Waa - Wood, Priscilla 1751, Jan 26 - born
**Wab - Wood, Henry - 1814 - no extant Warren Co tax list
1815 Warren Co tax list - no Henry Wood
1816 Warren Co tax list - no Henry Wood

Nathaniel Harris was in Montgomery Co, MD, then Culpeper County, VA, then Nelson/Bullitt Co, KY. So, I hoped to find a marriage for Henry in one of those counties. No luck. Henry is not found in Culpeper County Marriages, 1780-1853 by John Vogt and T. William Kethley, Jr, Iberian Publishing Co, Athens, GA, 1986, or in Montgomery County Marriages, 1798-1875 by DJ Omams and NW Omans, Iberian, 1987.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1754, Sep 5 - born
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1790 - Charles Co, MD witness Feb, Mar, 1790. Charles Co, MD. Witnessed the will of Robert King.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1792 - Charles Co MD grantor & grantee Nov, 1792, Charles Co, MD, Henry Wood to/from Ninian Burrage, 80 acres of land called Cleared Out. Ref: Deed Book K4 535, 536.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1793 - Charles Co church record June, 1793. Charles Co, MD. Mentions Mr. Henry Wood (of Philip. Ref - Charles Co, Trinity Parish Records, p. 18.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1794 - Charles Co church record Dec, 1794. Charles Co, MD. From the Revd Hatch to Henry Wood, 37/0.5.0. Ref: Charles Co, Trinity Parish Records, p. 49.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1795 - Charles Co, MD church record 1795. Charles Co, MD. Cash to Henry Wood, 18/ 1.2.6. Ref: Charles Co, Trinity Parish Records, p. 53.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1796 - 1798 Charles Co - bought animal June Term, 1798, Charles Co, MD, Orphan's Court Proceedings, p. 322. Account, sales of part of the estate of William Waters, late of Charles Co. Henry Wood bought farm animal(s); Leonard Wood bought old chairs. Report dated Jun 1, 1798, but the actual date of the estate sale is not given. William Waters' inventory account was dated Nov 30, 1796. So, the estate sale could have taken place between 1796 and 1798. I would place it in 1796 since Henry was living out of state by the time of the 1796 Nelson Co tax list, and why buy a farm animal if you're a non-resident?
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1796 - Nelson Co, KY tax list
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1797 - Bullitt Co road orders Nov 28, 1797 Bullitt Co Court. Ordered that David Crable, Henry Wood, William Taylor, and Tho. G. Wood, or any three of them, do view the best and most convenient way for a road to be opened from the run on this side of James Smiths on the road lately opened from the Cow Lick to intersect with the public road leading from Shepherdsville to the Long Lick and make report to the next county court. Ref: Bullitt Co, KY, Court Minutes.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1798 - Bullitt Co tax list 1798. Bullitt Co tax list. 200 acres, Crooked Creek, entered in the name of Matthew Walton. 1 white >21, 0 whites 16-21, 2 blacks, 2 horses..
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1798 or earlier - Charles Co debt Charles Co, Orphan's Court Proceedings. Feb, 1800, p. 54. A list of desperate debts due Mary Moran, late of Charles County, deceased. Includes Henry Wood for 7 sh 6 pence. I do not recognize the other names on the list. (Other debtors were Thomas B Smoot, Benj Hunt, Ignatius Cahoe, Philemon Estep)..
Mary Moran's inventory was Aug 4, 1798, so the only thing we can say about the debt was that it occured prior to Aug 4, 1798.
Desperate means hopeless, and I would guess this debt was hopeless to be recovered by 1800 because Henry was already out of state.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1799 - Bullitt Co tax list 1 white >= 21 years, 0 whites 16-21, 2 slaves, 2 horses.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1800 - Bullitt Co tax list 200 acres on Crooked Creek, The land was entered, surveyed, and patented for Matthew Walton. 1 white >= 21 years, 0 whites 16-21, 2 blacks.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1801 - Bullitt Co tax list 150 acres on Crooked Creek, The land was entered, surveyed, and patented for Matthew Walton. 1 white >= 21 years, 0 whites 16-21, 2 blacks.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1802 - Bullitt Co grantor Mar 16, 1802. Bullitt Co, KY deed. Henry Wood and wife Patience sell to Samuel Bird, for 150, 150 acres on Crooked Creek, being part of a survey in the name of Matthew Walton, bounded by the original survey of Garrard Wood.

Bullitt Deed Book D p. 390. Henry Wood's 150 acres was conveyed by Matthew Walton to Thomas G Wood, & from said Wood to Henry Wood, and from Henry to Samuel Bird and from Bird to Grundy.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1803 - Warren Co - debt to Jesse Hamilton Warren Co KY Circuit Court - Common Law Suit #580: Harvey Oneal, assignee of Jesse Hamilton by his atty, complains of Henry Wood &c in custody of a plea that he render unto him $41.67 which to him he owes. Deft, on Dec 17, 1803, by his note in writing, promised to pay Jesse Hamilton 12 lbs 10 shillings cash, which is equal to $41.67, to be paid by Sept, 1804, for value received. On Aug 21, 1804, said Jesse Hamilton assigned the note to said Harvey Oneal for value recd. The note remains unpaid.
Jan 7, 1805, Henry Wood and Ephraim Hubbard gave bond of $103 to the Warren Co Sheriff to guarantee Henry's appearance at next Circuit Court. Witness was Ephraim Hubbard Jr.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1803 - Warren Co tax list
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1804 - Warren Co land entry March, 1804. In Warren Co, KY, where Henry made oath that he had lost or mislaid a certain certificate that he had assigned to him by Thos G Wood for his benefit. Ref: Warren County, KY Land Entries (1800-1810)
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1804 - Warren Co tax list Waterway = B B Dam. FromL Thomas G Wood.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1805 - Warren Co - debt to Thomas G. Wood Warren Co, KY Common Law Suit #747: Circuit Court of Warren Co, Feb Term 1807. Williamson Gatewood assignee of Thomas Allen &c, by his attorney, complaibs of Henry Wood, in custody &c, of a plea of covenant broken, for that whereas, by a certain writing obligatory, sd Henry Wood, on Mar 28, 1805, promised ro pay Thomas G. Wood 110 lbs, to be paid in horses or cattle by Sep 10, 1806 for value recd. The note was assigned to Mary Wood on May 28, 1805; then assigned to Thomas Allen on Jan 1, 1805; then assigned to Williamson Gatewood Sep 20, 1800. (Yes, the assignments are running the wrong way in time!)
Henry Wood and John Houchins (Howchins) on Sep 20, 1806, gave bond of $800 to guarantee Henry's appearance in Court.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1805 - Warren Co juror
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1806 - Warren Co - debt to Thomas G. Wood Warren Co, KY Common Law Suit #951: Circuit Court Feb Term 1806. Thomas G. Wood complains of Henry Wood. In custody &c of a plea for $200 owed to Thomas. Henry, on Mar 22, 1805 made his promissary note, to pay Thomas in 2 months $200 in cash. Not paid.
Deft, by his atty says the plt, at the time of the note, owed him, Henry, $15.67 in consequence of a payment made by Henry for Thomas as his security in a replevy bond in a case of Ramlens against Plt, debt and costs. Further, John Mayfield, for whose benefit this suit is instituted, and Plt did, on Sep 15, 1806, entered into a written agreement that Mayfield was to receive of aforesaid Plt, $76 in consequence of a suit instituted in Warren Circuit Court for $200 against Henry Wood, and upon the receipt of the said $76, Mayfield relinquished his right to said bond and to Thomas G Wood.
Henry Wood and William Isaacs gave bond to the Warren Co Sheriff of $500, Oct(?) 4, 1805 [for Henry's Court appearance].
William Isaacs Jr and William Shackelford summoned to appear at Circuit Court on Oct 4, 1806(?) the truth to say on behalf of Henry Wood in the above suit.
Oct 13, 1807. I relinquish my right to a bond that I and Thomas G. Wood have sued in Warren Court against Henry Wood, to him, said Thos. G. Wood. Witnessed was John B. Morgam.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1806 - Warren Co tax list - on same list as John Watercourse = Barren River. From Mary Wood/Self
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1807 - Warren Co assignee of Mary Wood Warren Co, KY. As assignee of Mary Wood, gets 400 acres.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1807 - Warren Co resident Page 296. James Brown & George Moore assignees of Jacob Barnhard, 200 acres, #1117, beg at mouth of cave about 40-50 yds S from house where Henry Woods now resides, Jan 3, 1807. Source: Warren County, KY Survey Book 1, 1797 through 1814, by Sandra K Gorin.

and Page 296. George Howard, 400 acres, #331, beg about 1 miles above Dripping Spring at foot of the S side of the knob near the path leading from Henry Woods' to Roundtrees', standing on side of small sinkhole at foot of a drain where the water sinks. Jan 5, 1807. Source: Warren County, KY Survey Book 1, 1797 through 1814, by Sandra K Gorin.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1807 - Warren Co tax list Watercourse - Barren River. From Mary Wood/self
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1809 - Warren Co tax list 400 acres on Barrens, entered for M Wood, surveyed for H Wood.
400 acres on Big Beaverdam Creek, entered for TG Wood, surveyed for H Wood
400 acres on Barrens, entered for H Wood
400 acres on Barrens.
1 WM>21, 0 WM 16-21, 1 black >16, 5 horses
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1810 - Warren Co Land Grant Land grant for 400 acres on Big Beaver Dam Creek. Book 9, p. 116. Ref: Grants South of Green River, in Jillson.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1810 - Warren Co, assignee of Garret Wood As asignee of Garret Wood, gets 400 acres in Warren Co.

Warren Co Surveyors Book B: Surveyed for Henry Wood, assignee of Garret Wood, 400 acres of land by virtue of a certificate granted by the County Court of Warren, #296, on Big Beaverdam. Surveyed Feb 10, 1810. Chain carriers were Benj Samples and Henry Edwards.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1810 - Warren Co, KY census 03001-21010 & 2 slaves.
Suggests oldest child was born 1794 or later
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1811 - Warren Co tax list hard to read
200(?) acres entered for Mary Wood
400 acres entered for Mary Wood
400 acres entered for D Bell
200 acres entered for D Hubbard
400 acres on Beaverdam
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1812 - Warren Co - Henry Wood vs James Patterson
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1812 - Warren Co survey Warren Co Surveyors Book B: Surveyed for Henry Wood, assignee of William Johnson, who was assignee of Thomas Rountree, who was assignee of Betsey Rowntree, 387 acres of land, by virtue of a certificate granted by the County Court of Warren, #442, bounded by Salley Rountree. Surveyed Dec 21, 1812. Chain carriers were Joseph Camp and Jas Manksfield.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1812 - Warren Co tax list 400 acres entered for M Wood
200 acres entered for M Wood
400 acres entered for D Bell
400 acres entered for J Goode
200 acres entered for R Moore.
All 2nd rate land. Total = 1600 acres.
1 white >21, 2 blacks, 6 horses

Since 1809, same amt land (but different land?), 1 more slave (acquired how?), 3 more horses.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1813 - Warren Co - Henry Wood vs James Patterson Common law issues, Robert Patterson vs Henry Wood. Nature of action - debt, judgment of court, continued.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1813 - Warren Co - John Courts vs Henry Wood
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1813 - Warren Co tax list 400 acres (2nd rate) entered for M Wood, surveyed for H Wood
400 acres (3rd rate) entered for B Rowntree, surveyed for H Wood
400 acres (3rd rate) entered for Jno Goode

Has 400 acres less than in 1812. It also seems to be, half of it, different land: M Wood 600 A - got rid of 200A; D Bell 400 A - got rid of all; R Moore 200 A - got rid of all; Jno Goode 400A - kept; 400 A of B Rowntree - is new. These may ALL be unrecorded deeds.

W Johnson (agent for Benj Johnson): 370 acres of 3rd rate land on W Green R, entered for Henry Wood, surveyed for Benj Johnson. No entry for WM, blacks, horses, etc.

Elijah Haden is not found on this tax list.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1814 - Warren Co - son Otho marries Oct, 1814. Warren Co, KY. Henry's son Otho was married to Lucy Shackleford.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1814 - Warren Co - W Gatewood vs Henry Wood judgment, Chancery causes - Henry Wood vs James Patterson heirs.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1814 - Warren Co land grant Oct 1814. Land grant for 160 acres in Warren Co. Book 18 p. 403. Ref: Grants South of Green River, in Jillson.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1815 - Warren Co - Henry Eaton vs Henry Wood
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1815 - Warren Co - Henry Wood vs Robert Patterson & others
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1815 - Warren Co plaintiff vs Patterson Issue Docket, Aug Term 1813
Chancery Causes
Henry Wood vs. James Patterson's heirs
Ref:Warren Co KY Circuit Court Issue Docket Book 1812-1824
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1815 - Warren Co, KY, previously sold a farm Warren Co, KY deed. Aug 18, 1815. William Shackelford and wife Betsey, for $950, sold to Obadiah Hendrick, one half of the farm which William and Obadiah jointly purchased of Henry Wood, being on the road leading from the Dripping Spring to Bardstown, and beginning at Ephraim Hubbard Jr's NW corner. Wit: Levi Blankendhip, Levi Moore.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1815 Warren Co - Anthony Butler vs Henry Wood case, judgment
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1815/03/13 - Warren Co - sells mulatto to David Maxwell Warren Co deed book. From Henry Wood to David Maxwell, a mulatto man slave called Ned. Dated Mar 13, 1815. Wit: James Maxwell
Notice there is no purchase price mentioned.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1815/11/6 - Warren Co, KY resident Warren Co deed. Nov 6, 1815, Williamson Gatewood and wife Elizabeth, to Benjamin Buster of Barren Co, for $1600, a tract of land on the main road leading from Nashville to Lexington, at present occupied by Henry Wood, containing 200 acres.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1817 - Bullitt Co tax list No land. 1-0-0-1.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1817-1821 - Bullitt Co on Wilson Creek
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1818 - Bullitt Co tax list No land. 1-0-0-1.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1818/04/13 - Bullitt Co, KY grantor Warren Co, KY deed. Apr 13, 1818. Henry Woods of Bullitt Co, KY, to Otho Woods. for $500, 160 acres. Wit: William Johnson, Alfred Wood. Wife of Henry, Patience Wood, made affidavit on Aug 24, 1818, that she relinquished her dower to said land. Acknowledged in Bullitt Co.

Ten days later, Otho & Lucy sell the land to Wm Johnson for 1 penny. {Who is Wm Johnson?}
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1818/04/23 - Warren Co land Warren Co deed. Apr 23, 1818. Otho Woods to William Johnson, for one cent, tract beginning at corner of Henry Woods 160 acre survey. Wit: W Feland, Henry Dixon. Ack pg Lucy Woods, wife of Otho, taken by said witnesses, both JPs of Warren Co.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1818/09/22 - Warren Co, KY, land Warren Co, KY deed. Sept 22, 1818. Otha Wood and wife Lucy, to Green T. Rountree, for $270.00, 130 acres, beginning in the line of Henry Wood's 160 acre survey, touching corner of Anthony Button's 400 acre survey that he bought of Henry Wood, abutting line of Solomon Sharp survey. Wit: William Feland, John Wallace, John Rountree. Lucy relinquished dower.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1818/10/09 - Warren Co land Warren Co deed. Oct 9, 1818. Otha Wood to James M. Blaky, for $20, 37 acres on the ridge of Knobs opposite where Enoch Hume now lives, and beginning at corner of Henry Woods survey, intersecting line of Solomon P Sharp survey. Wit: William Johnson, Cornelius Manly.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1819 - Bullitt Co tax list No land. 1-0-0-1.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1820 - Bullitt Co grantor Bullitt Co DB D p. 309. June 14, 1820. Henry Wood of Bullitt Co, for $600, sells to Alfred Wood of Warren Co, a Negro man slave named Edward, now in possession of Jane Maxwell in Warren Co. Witnesses were William Hill, Thomas Lintchicum (Linthicum). Recorded Aug 7, 1820.

[Notice that this seems to be the same slave that Henry sold to David Maxwell 5 years earlier, no purchase price mentioned, and James Maxwell was the witness. Were the Maxwells related to Henry? Specifically, was Jane Jackson Maxwell related to Henry?]

MAXWELL
David Maxwell m Jane Jackson, both 21+. Jul 25, 1812. Sec: Harry Eaton. [ie, Jane b <1791]
1810 Warren Co Census of David Maxwell: 00022-03002+15 slaves.
1820 Warren Co Census of James Maxwell: 101201-32201+1 slave
1820 Warren Co Census of Jane Maxwell: 100000-31010+20 slaves.
David Maxwell. Nuncupative Will. Spoken Oct 25, 1818 in Warren Co. Mentions his wife, Jane, and Betsey, a natural daughter of his wife Jane. Witnesses were John White, HB Rountree, CT Dunavon, John Greer.
David Maxwell inventory, July Term 1819, Warren Co. A very large estate. Includes Negro Nead. Mentions partnership with CT Dunavan and cash recd of Mrs Maxwell. Mentioned balances due from Widow Haley, Doctor L Sharp, Widow Burton, Also. a tan yard for the partnership of Maxwell and Berry in Dripping Spring, KY. Mrs Jane Maxwell purchased a lot of household goods.
Oct Term 1819. Allotment to Jane Maxwell her dower in the property of David Maxwell decd. Ned, alomg others, was allotted to her.
Feb Term 1820. Francis Johnson and James M Blakey were assigned guardians for the heirs of David Maxwell.
James Maxwell will. Written Feb 19, 1825. Warren Co. Proved May, 1825. Mentions daughter Sarah B Stewart. Administrators: David C Maxwell, Patsy W Maxwell.
**Wab - Wood, Henry 1820 - census, Bullitt Co - 100101-00101
**Wab-w - Patience - She seems NOT to be the person listed as Widow Woods in the 1821 tax list of Bullitt Co, since it is in a different tax list from the one Alfred is in, and the Widow Woods owns 2 town lots in Mount Vernon. Norborne C Wood owned town lots in Mount Vernon, so this looks to be HIS widow, not Henry's widow.
**Wab-w - Patience 1822 - Bullitt Co tax list No land. No tithables. 1 carriage?
**Waba - Wood, Otho - 100100 - 20100 = b. 1794-1802. Since married in 1814, probably born closer to 1794 than to 1802.But he did need his father's consent to get married, so this census is consistent with him needing consent.
**Waba - Wood, Otho 1794-1800 - born
**Waba - Wood, Otho 1814 - Warren Co - married Lucy Othe Wood & Lucy Shackelford, Jun 28, 1814, her cons by father, William Shackelford, his cons by father Henry Wood, both witt by Daniel Watkin, Sec., & Aviler Crump.
**Waba - Wood, Otho 1815 - Warren Co grantee Warren Co, KY deed. Ephraim Puckett made title bond to Otho Wood on Oct 20, 1815, to make deed to 2 tracts, one of 200 acres being on waters of Green River, ehich was entered in name of Abraham Creek, and patented in name of Williamson Gatewood, and another tract of 200 acres on waters of Sinking Creek, patented in name of William Gardner; for $1.00 consideration. Wit: William Shackleford, Richard Richardson. (Dated Oct 20, 1815?). One-third of bond is a mortgage assigned to John Breathett, on Nov 7, 1815, by said Wood. Wit: S. Caldwell, Wm Shackelford.

and Bond from Ephraim Puckett, for $4000, to be paid to Otho Wood. Dated Oct 20, 1815. Condition of said obligation is that Puckett shall, within 12 months from said date, make deed to Wood for 400 acres on waters of Green River on Lexington road, being same on which James Hampton now lives. Wit: William Shackelford, Richard Richardson Jr. One third of bond assigned to John Breathett. Signed by said Wood. Wit: L Caldwell, William Shackelford.
**Waba - Wood, Otho 1815 - Warren Co tax list 160 acres on Beaver Dam, entered by Robt Goode, surveyed for Otho Wood, 1 WM >21, 0 slaves, 3 horses. Company = Thomas.
**Waba - Wood, Otho 1816 - Warren Co - Benj Buster vs Otho Wood
**Waba - Wood, Otho 1816 - Warren Co witness Warren Co, KY deed book. John Graves to Joel Franklin, for $50.00, a ball horse. Dated Feb 3, 1816. Wit: B Buster, Otto Wood, Williamson Gatewood.
**Waba - Wood, Otho 1818/04/13 - Warren Co, KY grantee Warren Co, KY deed. Apr 13, 1818. Henry Woods of Bullitt Co, KY, to Otho Woods. for $500, 160 acres. Wit: William Johnson, Alfred Wood. Wife of Henry, Patience Wood, made affidavit on Aug 24, 1818, that she relinquished her dower to said land. Acknowledged in Bullitt Co.
**Waba - Wood, Otho 1818/04/23 - Warren Co grantee Warren Co deed. Apr 23, 1818. Otho Woods to William Johnson, for one cent, tract beginning at corner of Henry Woods 160 acre survey. Wit: W Feland, Henry Dixon. Ack pg Lucy Woods, wife of Otho, taken by said witnesses, both JPs of Warren Co.
**Waba - Wood, Otho 1818/09/22 - Warren Co, KY, grantor Warren Ci, KY deed. Sept 22, 1818. Otha Wood and wife Lucy, to Green T. Rountree, for $270.00, 130 acres, beginning in the line of Henry Wood's 160 acre survey, touching corner of Anthony Button's 400 acre survey that he bought of Henry Wood, abutting line of Solomon Sharp survey. Wit: William Feland, John Wallace, John Rountree. Lucy relinquished dower.
**Waba - Wood, Otho 1818/10/09 - Warren Co grantee Warren Co deed. Oct 9, 1818. Otha Wood to James M. Blaky, for $20, 37 acres on the ridge of Knobs opposite where Enoch Hume now lives, and beginning at corner of Henry Woods survey, intersecting line of Solomon P Sharp survey. Wit: William Johnson, Cornelius Manly.
**Waba - Wood, Otho 1820 - Warren Co witness Warren Co deed. Sep 16, 1820. William Shackleford to Tarleton Shackleford, for $1.00, 100 acres, being part of 3 separate tracts, 2 of them patented to said grantor, and other surveyed for Samuel Caldwell and patented to grantor. Wit: John Beckham, Otha Wood.

and Feb 13, 1820. William Shackleford to Martin McMahan, for $2000, 200 acres beginning at the corner of Abraham Kreek. Wit: Otho Wood, WWCHH, Thomas Mayers, Stephen M Russell. Patsey Shackleford, wife of William, relinq dower before H Dixon, James M Blakey, JPs.
**Waba - Wood, Otho 1821/01/02 - Warren Co grantee Warren Co, KY deed. Jan 2, 1821. Otha Wood to Green T Rowntree, for $110, 90 acres opposite head waters of Big Beaver Dam Creek, being part of 200 acres patented to said Wood, intersecting line of George Howard's 400 acre survey. Wit: H Dixon, JM Blakey, Thomas Gunter. Ack also by "Dicy Wood", wife of Otha, and sjhe relinq dower. [I'll bet Dicy was a misreading of Luct by Joyce Martin Murray] [George Howard married a Linthicum]
**Waba - Wood, Otho 1821/01/02b - Warren Co grantee Warren Co deed. Jan 2, 1821. Otha Wood to Patsey Sneed, for $150.00, 110 acres on the waters of Big Beaver Dam Creek, being part of 200 acre survey patented to said Wood. Wit: H Dixon, JM Blakey, Thomas Gunter. Lucy, wife of Otha, ack deed and relinq dower before H Dixon and JM Blakey, JPs.
**Waba - Wood, Otho 1821/02/21 - Warren Co - power of attorney Warren Co, KY deed book. Power of Attorney from Alfred Wood of Bullitt Co, KY to Otho Wood, for purpose of collecting $50 of Robert W Lucas. Dated Feb 3, 1821. Wit: Samuel B. Rodes, Charles Wood.
**Waba-w - Shackleford, Lucy -
**Wabb - Wood, Charles -
**Wabb - Wood, Charles 1819 - Bullitt Co tax list No land. 1-0-0-1.
**Wabb - Wood, Charles 1821 - Warren Co witness Warren Co, KY deed book. Power of Attorney from Alfred Wood of Bullitt Co, KY to Otho Wood, for purpose of collecting $50 of Robert W Lucas. Dated Feb 3, 1821. Wit: Samuel B. Rodes, Charles Wood.
**Wabb-w - Dubois, Sarah Gollaher -
**Wabc - Wood, Alfred -
**Wabc - Wood, Alfred 1798 - born
**Wabc - Wood, Alfred 1818/04/13 - Bullitt Co, KY witness Warren Co, KY deed. Apr 13, 1818. Henry Woods of Bullitt Co, KY, to Otho Woods. for $500, 160 acres. Wit: William Johnson, Alfred Wood. Wife of Henry, Patience Wood, made affidavit on Aug 24, 1818, that she relinquished her dower to said land. Acknowledged in Bullitt Co.
**Wabc - Wood, Alfred 1818/05/30 - Gallatin Co, IL Census 1 free white male 21 yrs & upwards.
4 other white inhabitants
0 free persons of color
0 servants or slaves

Ref: Illinois Census Returns, 1810, 1818, by Margaret Cross Norton, Illinois State Historical Library, Springfield, IL. Reprinted Genealogical Publishing Co, 1969.
**Wabc - Wood, Alfred 1819 - Gallatin Co, IL resident June, 1819, lived near a road from Shawanoe town to Robinson's Mills. Near neighbors were McCoy at the Beaver dam branch, Buck's ferry, the Wabash, the County line, George Ragland, Gaston's old band mill, Edward Mobley, the thorn thicket, the old fort, Ensley Clark, the eastern edge of the pond to where Alfred Wood now lives, then to Brice Hannah. Seen in Gallatin County Illinois Court Records 1813-1820, p. 77, published by Saline County Genealogical Society.
**Wabc - Wood, Alfred 1821 - Bullitt Co power of attorney Warren Co, KY deed book. Power of Attorney from Alfred Wood of Bullitt Co, KY to Otho Wood, for purpose of collecting $50 of Robert W Lucas. Dated Feb 3, 1821. Wit: Samuel B. Rodes, Charles Wood.
**Wabc - Wood, Alfred 1821 - Bullitt Co tax list No land. 1-0-0-2.
**Wabc - Wood, Alfred 1822 - Bullitt Co tax list - 1002 - no land
**Wabc - Wood, Alfred 1823 - Bullitt Co tax list - 1002 - no land
**Wabc - Wood, Alfred 1824 - Bullitt Co rax list - 1002 - no land
**Wabc - Wood, Alfred 1870, Dec 19 - died
**Wabc-w - Smith, Elizabeth -
**Wabd - Wood, Mary -
**Wabd - Wood, Mary 1816 - Bullitt Co tax list No land. 1 WM >21, 0 WM 16-21, 1 horse.
**Wabd - Wood, Mary 1816, March 3 - marriage to John Ruby March 3, 1816, Bullitt Co. John Ruby m Polly Woods. By Simeon Hall.
**Wabe - Wood, Parmelia -
**Wabe - Wood, Parmelia 1800 - born
**Wabe - Wood, Parmelia 1820 - marriage, Bullitt Co Jan 16, 1820. Thomas Linthicum m Parmelia Wood. Bullitt County.
**Wabe-h - Linthicum, Thomas -
**Wac - Wood, Eleanor -
**Wac - Wood, Eleanor 1755, Sep 30 - born
**Wad - Wood, Judith -
**Wad - Wood, Judith 1756, Apr 6 - born
**Wae - Wood, Elizabeth -
**Wae - Wood, Elizabeth 1762, Aug 30 - born
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard -
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1767, May 4 - born
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1798 - Bullitt Co tax list 1798. Bullitt Co tax list. 1000 acres, Crooked Creek, entered in the name of Matthew Walton. 2 whites >21, 0 whites 16-21, 2 blacks, 2 horses.
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1798/03/08 - Warren Co Court Ordered that Thomas Wood be appointed overseer of the road the ford-of-sinking Creek the 12 mile Grove. Source: Warren County Order Book 1, by Sandra K Gorin
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1799 - Bullitt Co - lot in Shepherdsville Bullitt Co Deed Book A page 31. Feb 15, 1799. Robert Matthews, Deputy Sheriff of Bullitt Co for Joseph Sainders - order from court of Beardstown [Bardstown] in the name of Prather and Smiley against Thomas G Wood for 328 4 shillingd 10 pence, lot #6 in Shepherdsville. Thomas Sanders' high bid is 100 . Witnesses - Haden Wells, Edward Rogers, W. Cooke, Nathaniel Richter. Recorded July 23, 1799.
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1799 - Bullitt Co tax list 1 white >= 21 years, 0 whites 16-21, 2 slaves, 6 horses.
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1799 - Hardin Co lawsuit Dec 25, 1799. On the motion of John Stovall by his atty, ordered that an execution issued by Benj. Summers Esq agt. the said John Stovall, directed to the constable of Hardin Co in favor of Tho. G. Wood for 4 debt & 6 shillings cost, be quashed as having been irregularly and improperly issued.
Ref: Bullitt Co, KY, Court Minutes.
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1799/11/12 - Warren Co land William Morris, assignee of Thomas Wood 200(2) #2098 on Gordpn's Sinking Creek, running SW to a conditional line between him and William Sally, then SE to Thomas Crowford (Crawford)'s line. Source: Warren County, KY Survey Book 1, 1797 through 1814, by Sandra K Gorin.
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1800 - Bullitt Co tax list 700 acres, Crooked Creek. 1 tavern licence, 1 white >=21, 1 white 16-21, 3 blacks. 1 tavern licence,
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1801 - Bullitt Co tax list 650 acres on Crooked Creek, The land was entered, surveyed, and patented for Matthew Walton. 1 white >= 21 years, 1 white 16-21, 4 blacks.
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1801 - Bullitt Co witness Bullitt Co. Jan Court 1801. Inventory of Benjamin Stuart. Inventory includes notes on Thomas Wood, Moses, Aaron, and Daniel Gage..
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1801 - Warren Co - debt to Guy Phelps Warren Co KY Common Law Suit #591: James Scott, assignee of Guy Phelps complains of Thomas G Wood in custody &c of a plea of covenant broken. Thomas, on Jun 28, 1801, by his writing obligatory, promised to pay Guy Phelps 4600 feet of good, poplar plank, 5 days later, for value recd. Guy Phelps, on Jan 24, 1803, the note was assigned to James Scott. The note remained unpaid.
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1801 - Warren Co entry Page 116. Sep 20, 1801. Garrard Woods, 400 acres, 9/21/1801, beg E corner of John Sneed's survey near a Big Spring. Source: Warren County, Kentucky, Order Book 2, 1801-1805, by Sandra K Gorin.
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1801 - Warren Co neighbor Nov 16, 1801. George Howard, 400 acres, beg on Garet Woods' line, running with this line to Ephraim Hubbard's line, thence to John Duglys (Douglas) line. Source: Warren County, Kentucky, Order Book 2, 1801-1805, by Sandra K Gorin.
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1802 - Warren Co tax list on Barren River. From M Wood.
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1803 - Warren Co tax list Waterway: not listed
From: Merry & Philip Wood/others
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1804 - Warren Co tax list Hwnry's listing: Waterway = B B Dam. FromL Thomas G Wood.

Thomas G's own listing: Waterway = Barren River. From Mary Wood.Thomas Allen.

On same little tax list:
William Allen. Green River. From Thomas Wood.
Wiet Anderson. Rays Branch. From Thomas Wood.
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1805 - Warren Co tax list
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1806 - Warren Co tax list - on same list as John Waterway = Sinking/Green/Knobs. From Gage/Shipman/Allen/others
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1807 - Warren Co tax list Waterway = Sink Cr/G River
From: J Gage/M Shipman/T Allen

and James Doddy, Sinking Creek. from Thomas Wood.
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1808 - Warren Co land Page 319. Thomas G Wood, assignee of John Winebarger, 400 acres, #2090 from Logan Co Ct, beg John Gage's beg corner, running N crossing McFadin's old road, W then S & E. Jun 5, 1808. Source: Warren County, KY Survey Book 1, 1797 through 1814, by Sandra K Gorin.
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1810 - Warren Co survey Warren Co Surveyors Book B: Surveyed for Thomas G Wood, assignee of John Winebager, 200 acres. by virtue of a removeable certificate granted by the Logan County Court, #2090, reentered in the Surveyot's Office of Warren County on Jun 5, 1808, bounded vt John Gage. Surveyed Jul 2, 1810. Chain carriers were Nathan Scott and James Hampton.
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1820 - Warren Co assignee Warren Co, KY deed. Dec 6, 1820. William Scott to Ambrose Dorse, for $400, 100 acres on the Barrens, part of survey in his name, as assignee of Thomas G. Wood, assignee of John Winbarger. Wit: H Dixon, William Hereford.
**Waf - Wood, Thomas Gerrard 1826 - died in Wayne Co, IL
**Waf-w - Hubbard, Susannah - Daughter of Ephraim Hubbard.

Ephraim Hubbard found in Fauquier Co, VA personal property tax lists as follows:
1782: 1 free male >21, 16 Negroes, 7 horses, 13 cattle.
no other Hubbard. Joshua Wood - 1,1,3,10. James Wood - 1110. John Wood - 1026. David Wood - 1013. Samuel Wood - 1020. Dickinson Wood - 1245.
1783: Ephraim Hubbard. 1 males >21, 8 Negro tithes, 9 Negroes under 16, 19 cattle, 6 horses. Wood: Samuel, David, James, James, John, Dickerson, Joshua.
1784: not alphabetized in sections.
1785: Ephraim Hubbard - 1.8.8.8.16. Wood: Joshua, James Jr, David, Dickerson.
1786: No Ephraim Hubbard. Wood: William, William, John, Dickerson, David, Joshua.
1787: (from Yantis). A list: Wood" John, James, William, James, Joshua, Wilderness.
B list. Wood: Dickason, Dicka., David.
C list. Ephraim Hubbard - 0 WM 16-21, 8 blacks>16, 4 blacks <16, 8 horses, 7 cattle. William Wood 00020.
1788: B list. Ephraim Hubbard - 1, 9, 0, 12 horses. Ephraim the only free man >16. William Wood - 1002.
1789B: Elias Hubbard-1000. Wood: William. A list not checked.
1790A list. Elias Hubbard-1000. Wood: Samuel, William.
So, it looks like Ephraim left Fauquier Co ca 1788.

Fauquier Co Land Tax Lists 1783-1798B:
1783 - Ephraim Hubbard - 300 A, 200 A.
1784 - same
1785 - 300 A
1786 - 300 A, 200 A
1787 - 300, 200. [Fauquier Deed Book 10, p. 96, Oct 24, 1788: Anderson Doniphan sells 420 acres that Ephraim Hubbard had lately covenanted to Doniphan, and now in the occupation of said Hubbard. (why covenanted?)]
1788 - 80A
1789 - no Hubbards

Ephraim Hubbard is also found on the following tax lists:
1792, 1793 - Nelson Co, KY (but not mentioned in deed books)
1796 - Jefferson Co, KY
1797, 1799 - Bullitt Co, KY
1800 - Shenandoah Co, VA land tax list. (same person? Reasonable location)
Next, will look at Fauquier deeds for 1788, 1789

5/9/97: sent for roll 5 from VSL (has deeds 1788-1792), but John K. Gott may have already done. To find out, e-mailed burgess@futureone.com (Fau Co webmaster) and sent postcards to F Co Heritage Soc, POB 548, Marshall VA 20116 and to FC Histo Sox, POB 675, Warrenton, VA 22186. Sent e-mail to ACC2C3@aol.com because that person registered an interest in Ephraim on the FC Genweb page.
**Wag - Wood, Susannah - This daughter is speculative, in that she is not in the Wood Bible record. See my letter of July 14, 1996 to Marjorie Hoelzel (in C:\letters\wood) for an explanation of why I think she existed.
**Wag-h - Compton, Edmund H -
Wood, Abraham -
Wood, Abraham 1797 - Warren Co tax list
Wood, Abraham 1800 - Warren Co tax list. Difficult Creek
Wood, Abraham 1802 - Warren Co tax list
Wood, Abraham 1803 - Warren Co tax list. Difficult Creek.
Wood, Abraham 1806 - Warren Co tax list Israel Strait. Waterway = Difficult. From Abraham Wood.
Wood, Abraham 1807 - Warren Co tax list
Wood, Abraham of SM -
Wood, Abraham of SM 1740 - PG, MD lease 14 year Lease, Dec 1, 1740, to start Dec 25, 1740, from Samuel Perrie of Charles Co, Gent, to Abraham Wood of St. Mary's Co, tailor, the lease of 100 acres, being part of a tract of land in Prince George's Co in the neck between Patuxent River and Swansons Creek, and adjoining the land of John Johnson, John Lang. Witnesses were Richard Estep, Jane Nucumb. Ref: Prince Georges Co, MD Land Records, 1739-1743, by TLC Genealogy, p. 59.
Wood, Andrew -
Wood, Andrew 1803 - Warren Co, KY tax list - same list as Thomas
Wood, Andrew 1804 - Warren Co tax list - same list as Henry & Thomas G
Wood, Andrew 1805 - Warren Co tax list - same list as Bennett
Wood, Andrew 1806 - Warren Co tax list
Wood, Ann - Of Charles Co. Married John Briscoe. Mother of Ralph Briscoe (1747-1831), RW soldier of Frederick Co, MD.
Wood, Bennett -
Wood, Bennett 1802 - Warren Co tax list
Wood, Bennett 1803 - Warren Co tax list. Drakes Creek.
Wood, Bennett 1804 - Warren Co tax list
Wood, Bennett 1805 - Warren Co tax list
Wood, Blatchley C - Notice that Wood people known to be ours hand land dealings with a Blaky family of Warren Co.
Wood, Blatchley C 1819 - Warren Co witness Warren Co, KY deed. Oct 12, 1819. Matthew L. Simpson and wife Nancy Simpson, to William C. Maxey, for $300, 38 acres on Gaspers River. Wit: Wm Marshall, Miller Wood, Blatchley C Wood.
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) - William Hill m. 1810 Kitty Compton, d/o Edmond.
Edmond Compton is in the 1810 census, very close to Henry Wood.
This Henry Wood has land dealings with Gurdon Grundy
Jane Maxwell's maiden name was Jackson. - see 1796 deposition

But - there are 8 different years (1793, 1795, 1796, 1797, 1798, 1799, 1800, and 1815) when this Henry and my Henry are of record in 2 different counties, which is too much. No matter how footloose my Henry was, Washington Co Henry can't be the same person as my Henry.
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1781 - bond A bond was executed by William Stewart Aug 20, 1781 to Henry Woods for 300 acres on Cartrights Creek, to settle a dispute concerning a 1000 acre tract.
See 1800 item
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1781 - chain carrier see 1815 deposition
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1781 - surveyor On Jul 20, 1781, as a deponent of John Jackson, was called upon to survey land on Cartrights and Hardins Creeks. See 1796 deposition
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1783 - entered 256 acres on Cartright Creek Ref: Jillson, Old KY Entries and Deeds, p. 309: Henry Wood, on Jan 21, 1783, entered 264 acres on Cartright Creek. Found in Jefferson entries, Book A p. 256.
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1786 - grantee, Cartright's Creek Nelson Co DB1 p, 36. Jan 27, 1786. John Grundy to Henry Wood, 63 lbs, 318 acres on Cartrights Creek.
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1793 tax list
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1795 tax list
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1796 - deposition Deed Book A p. 325: Deposition of Henry Wood at the house of Ephraim Payton on the lands of George Scott concerning Scott's 411 acre survey on Cartrights Creek. He states that on Jul 20, 1781, as a deponent of John Jackson, was called upon to survey land on Cartrights and Hardins Creeks. Signed - Henry Wood.

Note - Jane Maxwell's maiden name was Jackson.
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1796 tax list
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1797 - neighbor Deed Book B p. 96. Aug 18, 1797. Deed between John Grundy & wife Jane & Robert Grundy, to James Carrico, all of Wash. Co, conveying 206 acres on Cartrights Creek & Severns Run, adjoining Henry Woods & Catty Hardin. Witnesses were W. Wright, John Waller, Henry Jarboe, Marcus Graham, Patrick Morfan.
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1798 - assessor Feb 6, 1798 Court, Washington Co, KY. Henry Woods, Robert Kilcrest, Thomas Yates, & Zachariah Lanham to appraise the estate of Henry Jarboe decd & return report. Ref: Washington County, KY Court Order Book, 1792-1800, by Faye Sea Sanders, 1996
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1799 tax list
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1800 - grantee Deed Book B p. 315: Feb 26, 1800. Indenture between Hannah Harris & Mary Hunter, devisees of William Stewart decd by Thomas Todd, their attorney, to Henry Woods of Wash. Co, for a bond executed by William Stewart Aug 20, 1781 to Henry Woods for 300 acres on Cartrights Creek, to settle a dispute concerning a 1000 acre tract.
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1810 - census 23010-00201 - where is Parmelia?
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1815 - deposition Deed Book E p. 50: By order of Wash. Co. Court, Philemon Waters and John Lancaster met at Peter Shepherd's 100 acre survey to take deposition of Henry Woods, a chain carrier in 1781 for surveyors Richard May and William Stuart, who surveyed for Peter Shepherd, Signed: Henry Woods ..
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1816 - deed - Henry Sr and Jr Deed Book E p. 258: Sep 17, 1816 - James Moore & Samuel Moore, for themselves as heirs and balance of heirs of James Moore, decd, all of Wash. Co, by letter of atty, relinquish to Henry Wood Sr of Wash. Co, our right to land on Cartright's Creek, which lies in William Stewart's claim, containing 63 acres. Witnesses were Joshua x Vine, Henry Wood Jr.
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, KY (Cartrights Creek) 1830 - census - p. 162
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, MD -
Wood, Henry of Washington Co, MD 1794 - letter left in PO Hagerstown The Washington Spy (Hagerstown), Jan 10, 1794.
Letters remaining at P.O. Hagerstown .. Henry Wood.
Ref: Western Maryland Newspaper Abstracts, 1786-1798, p. 45, Family Line Publications.

AND
The Washington Spy (Hagerstown), Apr 2, 1794.
Letters remaining at P.O. Hagerstown .. Henry Wood, Wash Co.
Ref: Western Maryland Newspaper Abstracts, 1786-1798, p. 47, Family Line Publications.
Wood, John -
Wood, John 1797 - Warren Co tax list. Difficult Creek
Wood, John 1799 - Warren Co grantee some of his land adjoins Stone Wood.
Wood, John 1799 - Warren Co tax list. Difficult Creek
Wood, John 1799 - Warren Co witness
Wood, John 1800 - Warren Co tax list. Difficult Creek
Wood, John 1803 - Warren Co tax list. Difficult Creek
Wood, John 1803 - Warren Co tax list. Difficult Creek.
Wood, John 1804 - Warren Co tax list, Difficult Creek
Wood, John 1805 - Warren Co tax list. Difficult Creek
Wood, John 1806 - Warren Co tax list. Difficult Creek
Wood, John 1807 - Warren Co tax list. Difficult Creek Henry and Thomas are on the same little list
Wood, John 1809 - Warren Co grantor with wife Martha
Wood, John 1810 - of Illinois Warren Co, KY deed. Oct 12, 1810. John Wood and wife Martha, of Illinois Territory, for $1500, sell to John Pullin, 197 acres on Difficult Creek adjoining Anthony Griffin, on the state road where said Pullin niw lives, and taken up by said Wood in 1798 for 200 acres No 1910. Wit: John Ray, James Atwood, James Bright. Martha relinquished dower right before Atwood and Ray, JPs for Warren Co, KY.

and Oct 12. John Wood of Illinois to Anthony Griffin, for $10, 3 acres and 17 poles on Difficult Creek. Wit: John Ray, Jamwa Atwood, James Bright. Martha did not sign deed, but her relinquishing of dower right was ack before Atwood and Ray, JPs for Warren Co, KY.
Wood, Jonathan -
Wood, Jonathan 1811 - Warren Co grantee Warren Co, KY deed. Sep 4, 1811. Jacob Hendrick and wife Fannet, to Jonathan Woods of Jessamine Co, KY, for $_500, 150 acres on waters of Drakes Creek. Wit: Sterling Cluc_. Fanney relinquished dower right.
Wood, Jonathan 1818 - Warren Co neighbor Warren Co, KY deed. Apr 14, 1818. Daniel Cockerham and wife Martha, to John Kelly, for $225, 100 acres on the waters of Drake's Creek, beginning on line of Jonathan Wood. Wit: James Hendricks, Martin Bond, Jacob Hendricks.
Wood, Lewis -
Wood, Lewis 1818 - Warren Co grantor Warren Co deed. Jul 22, 1818. Lewis Wood and Sally Wood, to RW Ragland, for $2100, 358 acres on waters of Gaspar River, abutting line of Leroy Jackson. Wit: Wm Anderson, Benj Martin.
Wood, Lewis 1819 - Warren Co witness Warren Co, KY deed. Aug 4, 1819. Thomas Bowles to Benjamin Martin, for $1200, 277 acres on Salt Lick Creek, part of Military Survey in name of Alexander Skinner of 1200 acres, abutting land of William Anderson. Wit: John Stone, Wm C Johnson, Lewis Wood.
Wood, Miller -
Wood, Miller 1810 - Warren Co census 31020-21011 (ie, born 1765-1784)
Wood, Miller 1817 - Logan Co, KY resident Logan Co, KY Deed Book F p. 102. Sep 1, 1817. Armistead Morehead and Joseph Sloss, $100 pd, 105 acres on Gasper River beg on orig corner P Morehead between where Miller Wood and John Copeland now live, adj JOseph McAdams line. Wit: Ben Proctor, Joseph G Raphael. Source: Logan Co, KY Deed Abstracts, 1813-1819, by Joyce Martin Murray.
Wood, Miller 1819 - of Logan Co, KY Deed, Warren Co, KY. Jan 23, 1819. Elizabeth Butler to Miller Wood of Logan Co, KY, for $1000, a tract on Gaspers River, being 67 acres, excepr 1.75 acres wherein Matthew S. Simpson now lives.

and Oct 12, 1819. Matthew L. Simpson and wife Nancy Simpson, to William C. Maxey, for $300, 38 acres on Gaspers River. Wit: Wm Marshall, Miller Wood, Blatchley C Wood.

and Oct 16, 1819, Matthew L. Simpson to Miller Wood, for $100, 1.75 acres of land whereon Simpson's present house now stands. Witnesses were Wm Marshall and William C Maxey,
Wood, Miller 1820 - Warren Co census 311201-31210 (ie, b. <1775)
Wood, Miller 1830 - Warren Co census 001110001-00111001 = born 1760-1770. But combining this with his 1810 census, b, 1765-1770. Therefore too old to be a son of Henry Wood. Therefore, even if our Henry's wife was Patience Miller, Miller Wood would not be her son.
Wood, Moses (Wayne Co, IL) -
Wood, Moses (Wayne Co, IL) Shiloh Cumb Presb Church (Wayne Co, IL) Withdrawn. (No date)
Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church 1821-1857, Wayne County, Illinois, by Doris Witter Bland and Dawn Bunnage Bland.

James and Polly Shaw were in this church.
Wood, Samuel of St Mary's Co, MD -
Wood, Samuel of St Mary's Co, MD 1753 - St Mary's Co grantor Charles Co Deed. June 25, 1753 from Samuel Wood of St Mary's Co, planter, to George Maxwell of Charles Co, merchant, for 3000 lbs tobacco and 10 , 100 acres in Charles Co called Woods Wilderness. Witnesses = Allen Davis, James Nivison, Ann, the wife of Samuel Wood, relinquished dower.

Notes: Samuel Wood in the 1720s was the original patentee of Woods Wilderness.
George Maxwell died 1777. He also had property in Talbot Co. Had wife Eliz, son James (age 17) , and 6 underage daughters. No other relatives are named in his will. No mention of KY.
Wood, Stone -
Wood, Stone 1799 - Warren Co - neighbor of John Wood
Woods, Joseph -
Woods, Joseph 1820 - Warren Co grantee Warren Co Deed, Jan 26, 1820. Deed of trust from Thomas Talbot and Samuel B Marshall to William B Lewis, Joseph Woods, and George W Gibbs, all of Nashville, TN, for payment of notes due, part of lots 23 and 24 in Bowling Green. Wit: Benjamin Litton Jr, W Tannihill(?) Jr. Axk in Davidson Co, TN.
Woods, Michael -
Woods, Michael 1815 - Warren Co - prior grantor Warren Co, KY deed. Quitclaim deed from John Quisenberry Sr to his son John Quisenberry Jr, stating that he purchased from William Gum of Madison Co, KY on Muddy Creek, 140 acres in said location for his son and recd of Michael Woods a conveyance therefor to his son John, who was then a work hand on board a trading boat to New Orleans. Dated Sep 25, 1815. Wit: Saml Barclay(?). WD Johnson.
Woods, Samuel -
Woods, Samuel 1807 - Logan Co Listed on Warren Co tax list as follows: Samuel Woods. Waterway = Logan Co.