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Marriage: Children:
  1. Margaret "Peggy" Wood: Birth: ABT 1801 in Monroe County, (West) Virginia. Death: 9 AUG 1856 in Rocky Fork of Poca, Kanawha, West Virginia

  2. Enoch J. Wood: Birth: ABT 1801 in Monroe County, (West) Virginia. Death: Bet.1870-1880 in Fayette County, West Virginia

  3. Elijah WOOD: Birth: ABT 1806 in Monroe County, (West) Virginia. Death: 10 SEP 1885 in Fayette County, West Virginia

  4. Amos Wood: Birth: ABT 1807 in Monroe County, (West) Virginia. Death: ABT JUN 1845

  5. [--?--] Wood: Birth: bet. 1804-1809 in Monroe County, (West) Virginia.

  6. Allen Wood: Birth: ABT 1814 in Monroe County, (West) Virginia. Death: 1862

  7. Bailey Wood: Birth: bet. 1816-1819 in Monroe County, (West) Virginia.

  8. [--?--] Wood: Birth: bet. 1816-1819 in Monroe County, (West) Virginia.

  9. Mary Ann "Polly" Wood: Birth: 5 JUN 1824 in Nicholas County, (West) Virginia. Death: AFT 1900


Notes
a. Note:   (West) Virginia" href="https://openingdoorsinbrickwalls.wordpress.com/2014/07/28/52-ancestors-30-william-wood-abt-1777-1835/" target="_blank">52 Ancestors: #30 William WOOD died 1835 in Fayette County, (West) Virginia</a>
  Is it possible that William Wood was first married in 1797 to Betsey Dickinson in Greenbrier County?? http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view.aspx?Id=10972864&Type=Marriage
  Monroe County Residents of 1799 Wood: Bailey (4)-Benjamin-John-William [Source: A History of Monroe County, West Virginia; online https://archive.org/stream/ahistorymonroec00mortgoog#page/n538/mode/2up/search/wood]
  1801 Wood, William. grantee. 16 January 1801. Location: Greenbrier County. Description: 109 acres in the Valley and on Peters Mountain adjoining his own land called the Cave Survey &c. Source: Land Office Grants No. 46, 1797-1801, p. 624-625 (Reel 112). (in file)
  1807 William Wood and his brother Bailey Wood were made payments to at settlement of the estate of William Griffith on January 2, 1807 [Source: "Monroe Co., WV Abstracts" by Larry G. Shuck] online: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-18265-1348-31?cc=1909099&wc=M6DN-PZQ:179686801,179686802
  1809 February 21, 1809 David Graham to William Wood 214 acres for $1.00 on Hunget Creek adj. Henry Bank's Surveys. [Source: "Monroe Co., WV Abstracts" by Larry G. Shuck]
  1810 U.S. Federal Census Monroe County, (West) Virginia William Wood Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 2 (Elijah 4 and Amos 3) Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15: 1 (Enoch 9) Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44 : 1 (William 33) Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 2 (Margaret 9 and [--?--] <10) Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44: 1 (wife, Mary Ann) Number of Household Members Under 16: 5 Number of Household Members Over 25: 2 Number of Household Members: 7 (14 in file)
  1812 Wood, William. grantee. 9 September 1812. Location: Kanawha County. Description: 100 acres on the Trace Fork of Mud River adjoining and above a survey made for John McCalister called the Bridge Creek Survey. Source: Land Office Grants No. 63, 1812-1813, p. 195 (Reel 129). (in file)
  1812 Wood, William. grantee. 9 September 1812. Location: Kanawha County. Description: 100 acres on Bryans Fork of Browns Creek. Source: Land Office Grants No. 63, 1812-1813, p. 196 (Reel 129). (in file)
  1813 April 20, 1813 David Graham to Michael Fleshman and Thomas Fleshman 500 acres for $1.00 on Hungets Creek adj. William Wood, James Graham and Henry Banks. [Source: "Monroe Co., WV Abstracts" by Larry G. Shuck]
  1820 U.S. Federal Census Nicholas County, (West) Virginia William Wood (pg. 205) 3 males under 10 yo (Bailey, Allen, and ?) 2 males 10 & under 16 yo (Elijah 14 and Amos 13) 1 male 26 & under 45 yo (William 43) 1 female under 5 yo ([--?--] <5) 1 female 16 & under 26 yo ([--?--] 16-19) 1 female 26 & under 45 yo (wife, Mary Ann) (3, 5 in file) Note: On same sheet are Bailey, Stephen and John!!!
  1822 Wood, William. grantee. 22 March 1822. Location: Nicholas County. Description: 50 acres on the waters of New River. Source: Land Office Grants No. 71, 1822-1824, p. 47 (Reel 137). (in file)
  1822 Wood, William. grantee. 1 November 1822. Location: Nicholas County. Grantee(s): Skaggs, James; Wm. Wood, and Samuel Wiseman. Description: 75 acres. Source: Land Office Grants No. 71, 1822-1824, p. 408 (Reel 137). (in file)
  1830 U.S. Federal Census Nicholas County, (West) Virginia William Woods Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Nicholas, Virginia Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1 ([--?--]) Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1 (Bailey) Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19: 1 (Allen) Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29 : 1 (Amos) Free White Persons - Males - 50 thru 59: 1 (William) Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1 (Mary Ann) Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 1 ([--?--] 10-14) Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1 ([--?--] 26-35) Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49: 1 (wife, Mary Ann) Free White Persons - Under 20: 5 Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 4 Total Free White Persons: 9 Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 9 (in file)
  Proprietors of the Famous Stage Stands "It is interesting to know the nmaes of the houses and of the proprietors who made famous the great state stands along the James River and Kanawha Turnpike." The list includes William Wood at Dogwood Gap. [Source: J. T. Peters and H.B. Carden; "History of Fayette County, West Virginia" pg. 135]
  1831 Tax Lists Fayette County, Virginia June 5, 1831 Wm. Wood
  Note: To date (April 2014) no will has been found for William Wood. His sons Elijah and Amos were administrators of his estate per 1836 Bill of Sale found in Fayette County. At the time that William died his son Enoch was living in Ohio. Bailey, Polly, and an unknown daughter may have been under age. His widow Mary and sons Elijah and Amos bought items on his inventory. Allen is not mentioned. None of the other buyers were married to Wood women which might have suggested a relationship (daughter).
  1835 The Appraisement Bill of the Estate of Wm Wood decd Fayette County September 14th 1835. In compliance with an order made by the County Court of Fayette at the August term. We Jones McCutcheon, William S. McVey and George Hunter after having been duly sworn by James Skaggs a Justice of the Peace for said County proceeded to appraise the following property, to-wit:
  1 table 4.00 1 cutting knife and steel 1.50 1 foot adds .50 1 jug .371/2 1 Hoe and shovel .871/2 1 grindstone .50 2 old sickles .50 300 feet of plank 3.00 1 hoe .371/2 1 pig in the pen 1.00 1 man's saddle 6.00 1 Books .75 1 pail .25 1 chain log hook and ox yoke 1.75 1 pair hames and chains 1.25 1 half bushel .25 1 wind mill 16.00 1 lot of wheat in the sheaf 10.00 1 lot of oats in the sheaf 75.00 unbroke flax 1.00 1 Barshear plow 5.00 12 head of sheape 10.50 1 yearling heifer 3.50 1 ox 20.00 1 small black bull 8.00 1 cow with a bull 12.00 1 large spotted cow 10.00 1 muly cow 8.00 9 geese 2.25 13 head of hogs 34.00 1 gray filly 35.00 1 bay mare 15.00 2 1/2 acres of corn 8.00 9 acres of corn 20.00 1 calf 1.00 1 mattock 1.25 1 axe 2.00 1 kittle 3.00 1 oven and lid 1.50 1 pot .50 1 oven 1.00 1 tub and churn 1.00 1 barrel and pail .62 1/2 1 shovel plow 1.00 1 pot rack 1.00 1 tub .50 1 woman's saddle 3.00 1 hand saw 1 auger and two chisels 2.00 1 shovel .50 1 meal sifter .37 1/2 1 rifle gun and shot pouch 10.00 1 big wheel 2.00 1 spinning wheel 1.00 1 clock 15.00 1 press 8.00 1 small chest .25 1 old table .25 1 looking glass .75 1 smoothing iron, blowing horn and strainer .50 1 coffee mill .37 1/2 1 skillet and lid 1.00 1 pot and two pair of hooks 1.00 4 chairs 1.00 1 coffee pot .37 1/2 1 pair cords .37 1/2 1 cooler .25 Cupboard ware 2.75 1 loom 2.00 3 beads and bedding 50.00 1 due bill on Samuel Shawver .75 1 note on John Gwinn Signr. 10.00 1 note on Samuel Withrow 2.25 1 oald ax and tomahawk .25 Chairs and iron wedge .50 --------------------------------- 429.41 James McCutcheon, William S. McVey, George Hunter Appriasers Fayette County Court-The Appraisement Bill of the Estate of William Wood deceased was received in open court and ordered to be recorded. Teste: Hiram Hill cfc.
  The handwritten images of appraisal: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-18271-57774-23?cc=1909099&wc=M6DN-5NG:179689901,179689902 https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-18271-57637-35?cc=1909099&wc=M6DN-5NG:179689901,179689902
  Typed images of appraisal: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-18271-58313-36?cc=1909099&wc=M6DN-5NG:179689901,179689902 https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-18271-58312-19?cc=1909099&wc=M6DN-5NG:179689901,179689902
  Bill of Sale (2 Oct 1835) https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-18271-57635-57?cc=1909099&wc=M6DN-5NG:179689901,179689902
  Bill of Sale continued (Elijah and Amos Wood were administrators) https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-18271-57449-35?cc=1909099&wc=M6DN-5NG:179689901,179689902
  Bill of Sale (typed) https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-18271-58562-53?cc=1909099&wc=M6DN-5NG:179689901,179689902 https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-18271-58527-32?cc=1909099&wc=M6DN-5NG:179689901,179689902
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