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Samuel Wood, his seven sons and their descendants : Virginia to North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois and beyond, 1755-1988

William L. & Vera Wood and Ruby M. Whitaker Buck
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Strafford, Missouri : W.L. Wood, c1988
xii, 320, [134] p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Additions, corrections, and supplements are found in the serial: Wood family newsletter, later known as Samuel Wood family [newsletter].

Samuel Wood (b.1737), son of William Wood and Mary Coleman, immigrated in 1755 from England to Alexandria, Virginia, and served in the military forces of Col. George Washington in the French and Indian War. He returned to Virginia by 1763, lived in Fairfax and Loudon Counties, and married twice. Descendants and relatives also lived in Missouri, Iowa, Oklahoma, Texas, Wyoming, Idaho, Washington and elsewhere.

Includes indexes.

Includes bibliographic references.

Includes Blevins, Booher, Cole, Cross, Goodwin, Johnson, Koger (Kogar, Cogar), Reneau, Riley, and other related families.

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