He was born 19 Aug in KY and his moms maiden name was Miller. Woody, born 19 Aug , Laurel Co. Mother's maiden name was Myrtle Miller. Here is a way for someone to prove the line. James W. Woody's father, Silas G. I believe there are lots of living male Woody descendants of Silas' brother, Green Berry Woody, but I don't know about your line.
From Yancey Co. Woody on 6 Jan by Josiah Woody. Creaney T. Woody, age 26, and son James W. I believe you are right in thinking she remarried. I am certain she was not in Yancey County in with any surname.
However, I still need to check all the households in Mitchell County to be sure she was no longer in the Toe River Valley. You mentioned your husband's Thomas line. You might find the following interesting. Creany's mother was Marjorie Marginia Wilson. Her parents were William Wilson, b.
William and Creany had at least seven children all probably born in Buncombe Co. Nancy O. I thought all the Lumpkin Co.
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Did any of Jonathan's children remain in North Carolina after he migrated to Georgia? Yes, James, their brother, and his family did wind up in Albany, Kentucky but I believe it was Wayne County when they moved there. Woody was born. Thank you so much for your reply to my post. Dave, Thank you for verifying my suspicion that James' grandson William's middle name was Wyatt.
I had missed his death record in Ohio. Research on my Woody line is still in its infancy and I have not yet done any original document searches beyond census and death record images.
I am in awe of the incredible amount of information you and hundreds of other researchers have amassed and share online at Woody Family Roots. I have reviewed every household in Yancey County on the Census searching for a Creany, Creny, etc. I will next try the same for Mitchell County. It appears to be accepted in the Woody community that Silas Gilead Woody was one of three illegitimate children of Sarah E. Woody, daughter of Wiatte G.
I have read several posts that say he acknowledged Green Berry Woody and mentioned him in his will, but I have not found a transcript of the will anywhere online. The only adult George Woody I can find in census records of the surrounding area during that period is George Washington Woody, b.
This, of course, was an entirely different line from Wiatte's. Once again, thank you for your reply and all the assistance you have given to so many. Bob, I can understand your concern about not finding George or Silas Woody in the census. George was most likely Henry George Woody, the son of Wyatt. He was never enumerated as George, but some of his descendants knew him as George. Silas would have been about 18 in and my conjecture is that he had already left his home and was on his own.
The census takers missed many young men in this situation. I have not seen the Green Berry Silver will either, but here is a link to the most likely place to find it online. Census Bureau. They contain county and state statistics and hand-colored maps related to labor, population, housing, and economic conditions. Looking for more recent profiles? Or go directly to LINC, a database of over data items from state and federal agencies, including historical data and projections s to , state, county, municipality, township, tract, block group, and block coverage, customized report capabilities, and preformatted topic reports.
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