Individual Page

Marriage: Children:
  1. John M Woodruff: Birth: 1792 in Ashe Co., NC.

  2. Mary "Polly" Woodruff: Birth: 1797 in Ashe Co., NC.

  3. Moses Allen Woodruff: Birth: 28 JAN 1798 in Ashe Co., NC. Death: 9 OCT 1892 in Indiana

  4. William Woodruff: Birth: 1808 in Ashe Co., NC.

  5. Young Allen Woodruff: Birth: 1809 in Ashe Co., NC.

  6. Henry Woodruff: Birth: 2 APR 1810 in Ashe Co., NC. Death: 10 JUN 1902 in Ulysses, Nebraska

  7. Andrew Jackson Woodruff: Birth: 1815 in Ashe Co., NC.

  8. Aaron Woodruff: Birth: 1817 in Ashe Co., NC. Death: 1888

  9. Moses Woodruff: Birth: 1819 in Ashe Co., NC.

  10. Phebe Woodruff: Birth: 1821 in Ashe Co., NC.

a. Note:   * m Jane McBride, settled in Ashe Co., NC * Obtained a land grant in the Bullhead Mountain area of Ashe Co., NC @1780; obtained more land grants in 1803 * 1800 census for Ashe Co., NC: John A Woodruff; 3 boys < age 10,1 man age 26 -45,1 girl < age 10,1 woman age 16 -26, 1 slave * Ashe County is located in the northwestern corner of the state. It was established in North Carolina General Assembly in 1799. The county was named for Samuel Ashe, a Revolutionary War patriot. It lies west of the Blue Ridge Mountains and its border with Wilkes County is defined by the Blue Ridge Parkway. Due to boundary changes and formation of counties, Ashe County had at one time been part of Anson County, Rowan County in 1753, Surry County in 1771 and Wilkes County in 1777. The area had also been claimed by both North Carolina and the State of Franklin. Alleghany County and Watauga County were formed from Ashe County * Ashe County, NC [USGenWeb] * LDS; ancestrial file * source; file of Rebecca Cheek * Source; file of descendant of Moses Woodruff, S Gall is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.