Notes for Mary Ella WOOD


A Tennessee marriage record informs us that Mary E Woods (usually Wood in other
sources) married Marvel Green in Roane County, Tennessee, in East Tennessee. 
The date of 1854 correlates with the birth of the last child of Marvel's first
wife Elizabeth Dicus.

Tennessee, Marriages, 1851-1900
Mary E Woods
Spouse Marvel Green
Spouse Gender Male
Marriage 21 May 1854 Roane County, Tennessee

Elizabeth's daughter Martha S Green was born in about 1854.  No exact birth
date has been found.  This also enables us to say that Elizabeth died in
Tennessee, possibly in Roane County.  But for the 1850 census, Elizabeth and
Marvel wre living in Warren County, Tennessee, in Middle Tennessee,, about 3
couties west of Roane County

By 1859 Mary and Marvel had moved to Hardin County, Missouri, where their son
James was born, according to his obituary.  However, the maker of James'
memorial on Find a Grave reported that James was born in St Francois County,
Missouri, where the family lived by 1860 census time.  James Whitson Green was
born in December 1859, according to records.  The 1860 and 1870 censuses both
report James' birth state as Missouri.

1860 Federal Census, St Francois County, Missouri, 9 August, Outside of
Liberty, PO Farmington, page 107 (scan 137), Hse #673, Fam #676
Marvel Green 46 M Farmer $1200 Real Estate $3382 Personal born No Carolina [b
abt 1814]
Ella M Green 44 F born No Carolina [b abt 1816]
John W Green 18 M born No Carolina [b abt 1842]
Susannah J Green 16 F born No Carolina [b abt 1844]
Jasper M Green 14 M born Tennessee [b abt 1842]
Andrew J Green 12 M born Tennessee [b abt 1848]
Sarah L Green 8 F born Indiana [b abt 1852]
Martha S Green 6 F born Indiana [b abt 1854]
James W Green 1 M born Missouri [b abt
1859]
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Notes for Ocie WOOD


Arkansas, County Marriages Index, 1837-1957
Lee Roy Young
Age 25, Birth Year abt 1915
Residence Crockett, Contra Costa, California
Spouse Ocie Wood
Spouse's Age 22
Spouse's Residence Lenna, McIntosh, Oklahoma
Marriage 26 Jun 1940 Sebastian County
Marriage License Date 26 Jun
1940
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Notes for Robert Crooke WOOD


One genealogy of the Taylor, Wood and related families provides excellent
detail about members of this family, though no documentation is included, nor
narrative discussion.  This appears to be a reliable source citing family
information.

Dr. Robert Crooke Wood, Birth 23 Sep 1801 RI, Death 28 MAR 1869 NY, New York; 
Married 20 Sep 1829 in Fort Crawford, Prairie du Chien, WS to Ann Margaret
Mackall Taylor b: 9 Apr 1811 in Louisville, Jefferson Co. KY
Children:
1. John Taylor Wood b: 13 Aug 1831 in Fort Snelling, Northwest Terr. MN, Died
19 Jul 1904 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Burial: Camp Hill Cemetery, Halifax, Nova
Scotia
2. Robert Crooke Wood b: 1832 in Fort Snelling, Northwest Terr. MN, Died 11
Dec 1900 in New Orleans, New Orleans Pa. LA
3. Blandina Dudley "Nina" Wood b: 9 Jan 1835 in Praire du Chien, WI, Died 2
Oct 1892
4. Sarah Knox Wood b: 21 Nov 1839 in Praire du Chien, WI, Died 1906
--  Harry Owen (Martin),
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=hom42&id=I11568
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Notes for Stephen C WOOD


1860 Federal Census, Marshall County, Tennessee, 1 June, Civil District 5, PO
Belfast, page 2, Hse #101, Fam #111 Stephen Wood 29 M  Farmer $1850 Real
Estate #1999 Personal b NC Henrietta Wood 28 F  b Tenn Wm L Wood 1 M  b Tenn 
1870 Federal Census, Marshall County, Tennessee, 23 July, Civil District 5, PO
Lewisburg, page 14, Hse #101, Fam #111 Wood, Stephen C 40 M W Farming $3000
Real Estate #3520 Personal b NC Wood, H E 37 F W Keeping House b Tenn Wood, Wm
E 10 M W b Tenn Wood, Ellen 5 F W b Tenn Davidson, Sarah 71 F W b Georgia [cf
SC] Adams, Priscilla 53 F W b Georgia Cannot read and write  1880 Federal
Census, Marshall County, Tennessee, 8 June, Civil District 5, Enumeration
District 136, page 10, Hse/Fam #88 Wood, Stephen C W M 49  Farmer NC NC NC
Wood, Henrietta E W F 47 Wife Keeping House TN NC SC Wood, William L  W M 21
Son Farmer Tenn NC Tenn Wood, Sally J  W F 19 Dau At Home Tenn NC Tenn Wood,
Lometa E  W F 15 Dau At Scool Tenn NC Tenn Diven, Samuel   B M 14    Servant 
Tenn Tenn Tenn Bartlett, Joseph  B M 16    Laborer  Tenn Tenn Tenn
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Notes for Winston H WOOD


Social Security Death Index
Winston Wood
Born 27 Oct 1931
Died Aug 1985
SSN 437-50-3244 issued Louisiana (1953)
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Notes for Carrell WOODS


1910 Federal Census, Hughes County, Oklahoma, 19 April, Holdenville, District
108, page 4B,  Echo St, Hse/Fam #68
Padgett, Ben [Burl] W Head  M W 53  Marriage 3 Married 17 years  NC NC NC
Farming Owns
Padgett, Sarah L Wife F W 41 Marriage 2 Married 17 years 9 children/5 living
AR AR AR
Wood, Cas Son M W 18  MS MS MS Draying, Public
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Notes for Hester WOODS


Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002
D T Strange
Spouse Hester Wood
Marriage 19 Jul 1933 Union County

Hester's Find-a-Grave Memorial has her maiden name as Woods.  Her marriage
record had the name as Wood.  The maiden name does not occur on the
gravestone.  Some censuses have her family name with her parents as Woods.

-----------------------------------
Hester A Woods Strange
Birth unknown [Gravestone says born Mar 12, 1913]
Death Sep. 17, 2009 Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee

Hester A. Strange - age 96 of Knoxville passed away September 17, 2009 at
Shannondale Health Care.

Preceded in death by husband, Daniel T. Strange; parents; George and Sarah
Keck Woods; son, William "Billy" Strange; brother, Raymond Woods; sisters,
Pearl Pettigrew, and Bertha Clower.

Survived by children, Joan Emert, Daniel Strange, Jr. and wife Rita, Jim
Strange and wife Linda; grandchildren, Sharon Emert, Andrea Bower, Yvette
Bittle, Kelly Quinn, Kim Dziuba, Cindy Smith, Billy Strange, 15 great
grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandchild.

Family and friends will meet 12:45 pm Sunday at Roseberry Cemetery for a 1 pm
interment.

Pallbearers, Billy Strange, John Clay, David Bower, Courtney Dziuba, Mike
Smith, and Andy Bierkamp.

Visitation will be 5-7 pm Saturday at Weaver Funeral Home with service to
follow at 7 pm. Arrangements by Weaver Funeral Home.

Published in Knoxville News Sentinel on September 19, 2009

Spouse Daniel T Strange (1911 - 1989)
Children William Strange (1934 - 1938)

Burial Roseberry Cemetery, Mascot, Knox County, Tennessee

Created by M G Slade Sep 19, 2009
--  Find A Grave Memorial #42150267,
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=42150267
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U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
Hester A. Strange
Born 12 Mar 1913
Died 17 Sep 2009
Last Residence Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee 37921
SSN issued Tennessee (Before
1951)
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Notes for Elizabeth Queen of England WOODVILLE


Elizabeth Woodville
b abt 1437 - d 8 June 1492
Spouse 1 Sir John Grey mar abt 1452, died 1461
Edward IV of England mar 1464,  died 1483
Queen consort of England, Crowned 26 May 1465
--  Read Tiger, http://readtiger.com/wkp/en/Elizabeth_Woodville

The medieval spelling of the family name was Wydville.

England, Extracted Parish and Court Records
England, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Richard Woodville, relict of Sir John
Grey, Queen Consort of King Edward 4th, Co-Founder of Queen's College. Clar.
1465. (Engl. Worth. 535; Carter's Cambridge 175; MSS.)

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Elizabeth Wydville Woodville
Birth 1437 Grafton Regis, South Northamptonshire Borough, Northamptonshire,
England
Death Jun 8, 1492 Bermondsey, London Borough of Southwark, Greater London,
England

British monarch, Queen consort of King Edward IV. The eldest daughter of Sir
Richard Woodville and Jacquetta of Luxembourg. She married John Grey, a
Lancastrian knight, in 1452. She had two sons by this marriage. Grey was
killed at St Albans in 1461. She secretly married Edward, the Yorkist claimant
to the throne, on May 1, 1464. She was crowned on 26 May 1465, the first
commoner (though well-blooded) to become Queen. Elizabeth was beautiful, but
selfish and calculating, demanding favors, grand marriages, and titles for her
family members. She bore 10 children, 2 sons and 5 daughters survived to
adulthood.

When Edward died suddenly in 1483, all of their children were declared
illegitimate, their two sons were held in the Tower of London (the Princes in
the Tower), and Richard III took the throne. Elizabeth then conspired with the
Lancastrians, promising Henry Tudor her daughter Elizabeth of York in marriage
if he could take the throne from Richard. When Henry VII became King, all of
her children were legitimized once more. Now simply Dame Elizabeth Grey, she
retired to Bermondsey Abbey, where she died at the age of 56.
(bio by: Kristen Conrad)

Parents:
Richard Woodville (1405 - 1469)
Jacquetta Luxembourg Woodville (1415 - 1472)
Spouses:
John Grey (1432 - 1461)
King Edward IV (1442 - 1483)

Children:
Thomas de Grey (1456 - 1501)
Richard Grey (1459 - 1483)
Elizabeth of York (1465 - 1503)
Mary Plantagenet (1467 - 1482)
Cecilia Plantagenet (1469 - 1507)
Edward V (1470 - 1483)
Margaret Plantagenet (1472 - 1472)
Richard of Shrewsbury Plantagenet (1473 - 1483)
Perkin Warbeck (1473 - 1499)
Anne Plantagenet Howard (1475 - 1511)
George Plantagenet (1477 - 1479)
Catherine Plantagenet Courtenay (1479 - 1527)
Bridget Plantagenet (1480 - 1517)

Siblings:
Jacquette Wydeville Lestrange (Half-sibling)
Anne Wydville Grey (____ - 1489) (Half-sibling)
Catherine Woodville (1458 - 1497) (Half-sibling)

Burial St George's Chapel, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead Royal Borough,
Berkshire, England, Plot Altar

Maintained by Find A Grave, Originally Created by Kristen Conrad Feb 12, 2004
--  Find A Grave Memorial #8382021,
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=8382021
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Notes for Jacquette Baroness Strange WOODVILLE


"Jacquetta Woodville (1445-1509), married John le Strange, 8th Baron Strange of
Knockin."
--  Wikiedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacquetta_of_Luxembourg

The French form, which would be favored by the Plantagenet line, was Jaquette.

Jaquetta's mother was Jaquetta of Luxembourg.  Her father was Jaquetta's
second husband, after her first husband died befre they had any children. 
Jaquetta of Luxembourg married Sir Richard de Wydeville (Woodville).

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First marriage
On 22 April 1433 at age 17, Jacquetta married John of Lancaster, 1st Duke of
Bedford at Therouenne. The Duke was the third son of King Henry IV of England
and Mary de Bohun, and thus the grandson of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster,
himself the third son of Edward III.

Jacquetta was a fourth cousin, twice removed of Sigismund of Luxembourg, the
reigning Holy Roman Emperor, and King of Bohemia and Hungary.

The marriage was childless and the Duke died on 15 September 1435 at Rouen. In
Philippa Gregory's novel The White Queen Jacquetta is referred to as 'Jaquetta
Rivers' but in fact and as was customary at the time, after her second
marriage Jacquetta retained the title of her first husband and was always
known as the Duchess of Bedford, this being a higher title to that of
countess.

Second marriage
Sir Richard Woodville, son of Sir Richard Wydevill who had served as the late
Duke's chamberlain, was commissioned by Henry VI of England to bring the young
widow to England. During the journey, the couple fell in love and married in
secret (before 23 March 1437), without seeking the king's permission.
Jacquetta had been granted dower lands following her first husband's death on
condition that she did not re-marry without a royal licence. On learning of
the marriage, Henry VI refused to see them but was mollified by the payment of
a fine of £1000. The marriage was long and very fruitful: Jacquetta and
Richard had fourteen children, including the future Queen Consort Elizabeth
Woodville. She lost her first-born son Lewis to a fever when he was 12 years
old.

By the mid-1440s, the Woodvilles were in a powerful position.  Jacquetta was
related to both King Henry and Queen Margaret by marriage. Her sister,
Isabelle de Saint Pol, married Margaret's uncle Charles du Maine while
Jacquetta was the widow of Henry VI's uncle. She outranked all ladies at Court
with the exception of the Queen.  As a personal favourite, she also enjoyed
special privileges and influence at court.  Margaret influenced Henry to
create Richard Woodville Baron Rivers in 1448, and he was a prominent partisan
of the House of Lancaster as the Wars of the Roses began.
--------------------

U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900
Jacquetta Wydvile
Gender Female
Spouse Name John Strange

--------------------------
About Jacquetta Woodville, Baroness Strange

Jacquetta Woodville was born in 1444/45.1 She was the daughter of Richard
Wydevill, 1st Earl Rivers and Jacquetta de Luxembourg.1 She married John IX
Lestrange, 8th Lord Strange (of Knokyn), son of Richard Lestrange, on 27 March
1450.3 She died in 1509.

Child of Jacquetta Woodville and John IX Lestrange, 8th Lord Strange (of
Knokyn):
Joan Lestrange, Baroness Strange+ b. c 1463, d. 20 Mar 1513/14. Married Sir
George Stanley, Lord Strange (of Knokyn)

Jacquetta Woodville, Baroness Strange's Timeline
1444 Birth of Jacquetta Grafton, Nrthamptonshire, England
April 1463, Age 19 Birth of Joan Stanley, 10th Baroness Strange of Knockin,
Knockin, Shropshire, England
1509 Death of Jacquetta 1509, Age 65
Burial of Jacquetta Hillingdon, Middlesex, England

Citations:
Alison Weir, Britain's Royal Families: The Complete Genealogy (London, U.K.:
The Bodley Head, 1999), page 124.
Caroline Maubois, "re: Penancoet Family," e-mail message to Darryl Roger
Lundy, 2 December 2008.
[S37] Volume 3, page 3474. See link for full details for this source: 
http://www.thepeerage.com/p10750.htm#i107500
--  "Jacquetta Woodville, Baroness Strange (c.1444 - 1509),"
http://www.geni.com/people/Jacquetta-Woodville/6000000006444780862
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Lady Jacquette Wydeville Lestrange
Birth unknown
Death unknown

Parents:
Richard Woodville (1405 - 1469)
Jacquette De Luxembourg Woodville (1416 - 1472)
Spouse John Lestrange (1444 - 1479)
Daughter Joan Lestrange Stanley (1463 - 1514)
Siblings:
Anne Wydville Grey (____ - 1489)
Elizabeth Wydville Woodville (1437 - 1492) (Half-sibling)
Catherine Woodville (1458 - 1497)

Inscription:
Sub hac tumba jacet nobilis Joannes Dominus Le Strange, Dominus de Knocking,
Mohun, Wasset, Warnell et Lacy, et Dominus de Colham; una cum pictura
Jagnettae quondam uxoris suae, quae quidem Jagnetta suit soror Elizabethae
Reginae Angliae quondam uxoris Edwardi Quarti, qui quidem Joannes obiit 15 die
Octobris, anno Regni Edwardi Quarti 17; quam quidem tumbam Johanna Domina Le
Strange, una cum pictura Jagnettae ex sumptibus suis propriis sieri fecit,
1509.
Note: Monumental Brass

Burial St John the Baptist Churchyard, Hillingdon, London Borough of
Hillingdon,Greater London, England, in the Chancel

Created by Todd Whitesides Jan 18, 2013
--  Find A Grave Memorial #103742650,
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=103742650
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Notes for David WOODWARD


1850 Federal Census, Newton County, Arkansas, 27 October, Union Township, page
27 (scan 14), Hse/Fam #172
David Woodward 49 M Farmer $200 Real Estate b NC
Anna Woodward 40 F b TN Cannot read or write
James W Woodward 20 M b MO
Cyntha Woodward 11 F b MO
John W Woodward 14 M b MO
Martha Woodward 12 F b MO
Marilda Woodward 9 F b MO [b abt 1841]
Jaleb [?] A Woodward 8 M b AR [b abt 1842]
George W Woodward 4 M b AR
Angeline Woodward 1 F b AR
Peter W Woodward 19 M b
MO
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Notes for George Washington WOODWARD


The form of this surname is found as Woodward and Woodard.  Most records have
Woodward.

1850 Federal Census, Newton County, Arkansas, 27 October, Union Township, page
27 (scan 14), Hse/Fam #172
David Woodward 49 M Farmer $200 Real Estate b NC
Anna Woodward 40 F b TN Cannot read or write
James W Woodward 20 M b MO
Cyntha Woodward 11 F b MO
John W Woodward 14 M b MO
Martha Woodward 12 F b MO
Marilda Woodward 9 F b MO [b abt 1841]
Jaleb [?] A Woodward 8 M b AR [b abt 1842]
** George W Woodward 4 M b AR **
Angeline Woodward 1 F b AR
Peter W Woodward 19 M b MO

Arkansas, County Marriages Index, 1837-1957
George Washington Woodward
Age 22, Birth Year abt 1852
Residence Johnson County, Arkansas
Spouse's Name Mary June Rizel
Spouse's Age 18
Spouse's Residence Johnson County, Arkansas
Marriage 30 Mar 1874 Johnson County

Arkansas Marriages, 1851-1900
George W. Woodward
Spouse Mary E. Self
Marriage 20 Aug 1881 Johnson County AR

Another compilation provides more detail on the record of marriage for George
W Woodard and Mary Self (spelled Selph in some instances), who appears to be
Mary E Terry, whose first husband was Nathaniel Self, but whose grave says she
died on 1 Apr 1881.

Arkansas, County Marriages Index, 1837-1957
Nathan S Self
Age 22, Birth Year abt 1855
Residence Fort Douglas, Johnson, Arkansas
Spouse's Name Mary Terry
Spouse's Age 20
Spouse's Residence Fort Douglas, Johnson, Arkansas
Marriage 16 Aug 1877 Johnson County
Marriage License Date 10 Aug 1877

There is also another earlier marriage record for a George W Woodward, who
appears to be this same individual.  That record reports that George W
Woodward married a Caroline Terry in 1877.

Arkansas, County Marriages Index, 1837-1957
George W Woodward
Age 30, Birth Year abt 1847
Residence Fort Douglas, Johnson, Arkansas
Spouse's Name Caroline Terry
Spouse's Age 18
Spouse's Residence Fort Douglas, Johnson, Arkansas
Marriage 16 Aug 1877 Johnson County
Marriage License Date 14 Aug 1877

This Caroline Terry appears to be Mary's sister.  In the 1880 census, Caroline
is enuemrated in her father's home under the name Caroline Woodward.  Yet
Caroline was reported as a widow.  Was this an enumerator error?  In the 1880
census, next door to Isom, his new wife Celia and his daughter Caroline
Woodward, is George W Woodward, who appears to be the same person reported as
Caroline's husband in their marriage record.  But George is also reported as
widowed.

Maybe Caroline and George were divorced.  But in that case, why would
Caroline's sister take the chance of marrying the same George Washington
Woodward a years later?  And in George's 1880 household is Mary Self, also a
widow, who matches Caroline's sister and Isom's daughter Mary E Terry, who
married Nathaniel Self.

Mary is reported as George's niece.  I initially thought it was through her
husband Nathaniel Selph, and a few hours later was able to confirm that when I
found his mother's memorial on Find a Grave.  His mother was Mary Woodward,
George's sister.

1880 Federal Census, Johnson County, Arkansas, 5 June, Pilot Rock Township,
District 88, page 6A (scan 260A), Hse #43, Fam #51
Woodward, George W  W M 32 Head Widowed Farmer AR KY KY [b abt 1848]
Self, Mary W F 22 Niece Widow Keeping House KY KY KY [b abt 1858]
Terry, Robert W M 5 Son of the W (?)  AR AR KY
Self, Elizabeth C  W F 2 Dau of the " [designation unclear] AR AR KY
Woodward, Ann W F 72 Mother Widow Resides with Family KY KY KY

The name and designation of the two children is confusing.  Elizabeth Self is
documented in family information as Mary's daughter, but she has the same
designation as Robert Terry.  They are reported as "Son/Daughter of the
".  The two children have the same birth
states reported for themselves and parents. They appear to be siblings, both
children of Mary.  Then why the different surnames?  But Mary and Nathaniel
are reported to have had only one child.

June Yeager, a granddaughter of of Elizabeth, reports to me that Elizabeth was
the only child of Mary and Nathaniel before he died of gas poisoning while
digging a water well.

In the 1880 census, next door to George on the other side is another Woodward
household, headed by John C, with his wife Sarah C and several children.

In 1881, George married his niece (by marriage apparently) Mary E Terry Self.

Arkansas, County Marriages Index, 1837-1957
Mary Self
Age 23, Birth Year abt 1858
Residence Fort Douglas, Johnson, Arkansas
Spouse's Name George W Woodward
Spouse's Age 34 [b abt 1847]
Spouse's Residence Fort Douglas, Johnson, Arkansas
Marriage Date 20 Aug 1881 Johnson County
Marriage License Date 13 Aug 1881

George married again, after Mary Terry Self's death.

Arkansas, County Marriages Index, 1837-1957
George W Woodward
Age 37, Birth Year abt 1846
Residence Ft Duglass, Johnson, Arkansas
Spouse's Name Sarah Wilson
Spouse's Age 33
Spouse's Residence Ft Duglass, Johnson, Arkansas
Marriage 6 Jun 1883 Johnson County
Marriage License Date 5 Jun 1883

The 1910 census confirms that George has married 4 times.

1910 Federal Census, Johnson County, Arkansas, 7 May, Pilot Point Township,
District 63, page 9B, Hse #151, Fam #157
Woodward, George W Head M W 65 Marriage 4 Married 28 yrs [abt 1882] AR NC MO
Farmer Rents [b abt 1845]
Woodward, Sarah E Wife F W 63 Marriage 2 Married 28 yrs [abt 1882] 3
children/2 living AR MO MO [b abt 1848]

Previous censuses have reported George born in Kentucky and both his parents
in Kentucky.

Another aspect of the family configuration is confirmed in this census also,
when I find Caroline (spelled Carolina here) and her second husband Presely
Bowman living only three hosues away.  The census reports this is the first
marriage for Presely and the second for Caroline.

1910 Federal Census, Johnson County, Arkansas, 7 May, Pilot Point Township,
District 63, page 9B, Hse #154, Fam #160
Bowman, Presley Head M W 48 Marriage 1 Married 28 yrs [abt 1882] KY KY KY
Farmer Owns [b abt 1862]
Bowman, Carolina [sic] Wife F W 51 Marriage 2 Married 28 [abt 1882] yrs 9
children/8 living KY KY KY [b abt 1859]

This seems to confirm that George and Caroline were divorced.  This means the
report in 1880 that they were widowed was incorrect as surmised.  And Mary
Terry Selph does seem to have married George depsite the fact that he and her
sister Caroline had divorced.

"Mary marrying Caroline's first husband George Woodward jibes with what dad
had always been told.  It is her grave at Ft Douglas.  My dad and I would
tramp around Ft Douglas, Bowman Holler, Haw Creek and thereabouts when I was a
girl.  I thought it was like another time.  I have some family collectibles of
Caroline.  My grandma was born on top of Bowman Holler. They were kind of wild
in there I think."
--  Jami Sue Yarger Brandt, Geneanet Messaging to Orville Boyd Jenkins, 28
April 2015
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Notes for Mary WOODWARD


Mary (Polly) Woodward Self
Birth unknown [? footstone posted here says 1828]
Death unknown [? footstone posted here says 1878]
Spouse Pleasant David Self
Children Jane Self Terry (1854 - 1938)
Burial Fort Douglas Cemetery, Fort Douglas, Johnson County, Arkansas
Created by Erin Jun 21, 2007
--  Find A Grave Memorial #20011296,
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20011296
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Notes for Rose Ann WOODWARD


1870 Federal Census, Clinton County, Illinois, 3 June, PO Carlyle, page 10, Hse
#65, Fam #66
Weast, Wililam 33 M W Farmer $0 declared Real Estate $0 declared Personal born
Ohio [b abt 1837]
Weast, Rosanna 24 F W House Keeper b Illinois Cannot write [b abt 1846]
Weast, Theodore 6 M W Works on Farm born Illinois [b abt 1864]
Weast, William 4 M W Works on Farm born Illinois [b abt 1866]
Weast, Rhoda 2 F W At School born Illinois [b abt 1868]
Weast, Frank 5mos M W Works on Farm born Illinois [b abt Jan 1870]
Woodard, Mary 16 F W Living in Family born Illinois Cannot read or write [b
abt 1854]
Batts, John B 62 M W Farmer $2500 Real Estate $558 born Germany [b abt 1808]
Batts, Henry  20 M W born Germany [b abt 1850]
Batts, Lena M W 18 F W born Germany [b abt 1852]
Batts, Theodore 17 M W born Germany [b abt 1853]

1880 Federal Census, Clinton County, Illinois, 3 June, Santa Fe, District 89,
page 4, Hse/Fam #34
Weast, William W M 49 Head Farmer OH France France [b abt 1831]
Weast, Rosanna W F 35 Wife Keeping House IL TN TN [abt 1845]
Weast, Theodore W M 16 Son MN MN KY [b abt 1864]
Weast, Rhoda M  W F 12 Dau KY VA KY [abt 1868]
Weast, Frank A  W F 10 Son TX MN KY [abt 1870]
Weast, Mary  W F 8 Dau IL OH IL [b abt 1872]
Weast, Maggie C W F 6 Dau IL OH IL [b abt 1874]
Weast, Emma W F 3 Dau IL OH IL [b abt 1877]
Weast, Lessie C W F 1 Dau IL OH IL [b abt 1879]

1870 Federal Census, Clinton County, Illinois, 3 June, PO Carlyle, page 10,
Hse #65, Fam #66
Weast, Wililam 33 M W Farmer $0 declared Real Estate $0 declared Personal born
Ohio [b abt 1837]
Weast, Rosanna 24 F W House Keeper b Illinois Cannot write [b abt 1846]
Weast, Theodore 6 M W Works on Farm born Illinois [b abt 1864]
Weast, William 4 M W Works on Farm born Illinois [b abt 1866]
Weast, Rhoda 2 F W At School born Illinois [b abt 1868]

1920 Federal Census, Custer County, Oklahoma, 16 January, Deer Creek Township,
District 38, page 3A, Hse #39, Fam #43
Weast, Rosanna Head  Owns F W 74 Married IL TN TN No Occup [b abt 1846]
Weast, William Husband M W 87 Married OH France France No Occup [b abt 1833]
Weast, Joseph Benjamin Son M W 33 Single KS OH IL Farmer [b abt
1887]
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Notes for Ann WOODWARDWIFE


1850 Federal Census, Newton County, Arkansas, 27 October, Union Township, page
27 (scan 14), Hse/Fam #172
David Woodward 49 M Farmer $200 Real Estate b NC
Anna Woodward 40 F b TN Cannot read or write
James W Woodward 20 M b MO
Cyntha Woodward 11 F b MO
John W Woodward 14 M b MO
Martha Woodward 12 F b MO
Marilda Woodward 9 F b MO [b abt 1841]
Jaleb [?] A Woodward 8 M b AR [b abt 1842]
George W Woodward 4 M b AR
Angeline Woodward 1 F b AR
Peter W Woodward 19 M b MO

1880 Federal Census, Johnson County, Arkansas, 5 June, Pilot Rock Township,
District 88, page 6A (scan 260A), Hse #43, Fam #51
Woodward, George W  W M 32 Head Widowed Farmer AR KY KY [b abt 1848]
Self, Mary W F 22 Niece Widow Keeping House KY KY KY [b abt 1858]
Terry, Robert W M 5 Son of the W (?)  AR AR KY
Self, Elizabeth C  W F 2 Dau of the " [designation unclear] AR AR KY
Woodward, Ann W F 72 Mother Widow Resides with Family KY KY
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Notes for Shirley Nease WOODY


North Carolina, Birth Indexes, 1800-2000
Volume 30, Page 477
Shirley Nease Woody
Birth 26 Jul 1944 Madison County

Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002
Henry Leslie Gregory, age 25
Residence Newport, Tennessee
Spouse Shirley Nease Woody, age 21
Rte 3, Newport, Tennessee
License issued 22 June 1966
Marriage 26 Jun 1966 Cocke County, by Rev A Chapman

U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 1
Shirley W Gregory
Birth 26 Jul 1944
Phone Number 623-8430
160 Smithwood Ave, Newport, TN, 37821-2431 (1993)
209 Smithwood, Newport, TN, 37821
(1986)
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