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CHAN29 Sep 2001/@/S17946/@/Date of Import: Jun 12, 2002 
Family F201
 
1402 [woodvickers.ged]

CHAN29 Sep 2001/@/S17946/@/Date of Import: Jun 12, 2002 
Family F203
 
1403 [woodvickers.ged]

CHAN29 Sep 2001/@/S17946/@/Date of Import: Jun 12, 2002 
Family F204
 
1404 [woodvickers.ged]

Custom Field:<_FA#> Kansas/@/S17946/@/Date of Import: Jun 12, 2002 
GROVE, Nancy Elizabeth (I0859)
 
1405 [woodvickers.ged]

Entry from Preble County Records:
Case, Nathaniel Jonston, Lidia 14 Dec 1825 (Book)
001 (Page) 142 by Jas. McClung, JP 
Family F007
 
1406 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WOOD, Willis John (I0866)
 
1407 [woodvickers.ged]

Possible Marriage Record??
STUBBS, EDWARD WOOD, ANGIE EDGAR Co., IL08/29/1894
0II/0082  
WOOD, Angie Etta (I0031)
 
1408 [woodvickers.ged]

Prior to the discovery of the marriage record between Moses Davis and M
ary Carr it was assumed Giles was Mary's father. This was due to his na
me appearing as such on land records in Preble Co. OH after Samuel Case'
s death. I believe, with surety, Giles is Moses's father and Mary Carr'
s father-in-law. Since arriving in Ohio from Kentucky none of the neigh
bors knew them as anything but father and daughter, as they appeared to
remain close.
There is a Giles Davis that served with a Nathaniel Case on the Penn. C
ontinental Line during the American Revolution. Although it has not bee
n proven, it is widely accepted he is the same Giles and the Nathaniel C
ase was Samuel Case's father. It is known that Giles and Samuel were ne
ighbors in Nelson Co., KY and that they moved as a joint effort to Prebl
e Co., OH. There is no record of Nathaniel Butler Case in OH.
Giles Davis did serve in the War of 1812 with his son-in-law and his br
other George Case.
Tax records of Preble Co. show him paying in 1810, 1811 and 1816 f
T6, R2.
Based on the tax records we know Giles purchased his parcel one year b
efore either Samuel or George.
This property is near both Samuel Case's (S6, T6, R2) and George Davi
(S12, T7, R2)
This would leave one[JosephWood61202.ged]
Prior to the discovery of the marriage record between Mose s Davis and M
ary Carr it was assumed Giles was Mary's fath er. This was due to h
me appearing as such on land records in Preble Co. OH after Samuel Case'
s death. I belie ve, with surety,Giles is Moses's father and Mary Carr'
s f ather-in-law. Since arriving in Ohio from Kentucky none o f the
neigh bors knew them as anything but father and daugh ter, as they
appeared to remain close.
There is a Giles Davis that served with a Nathaniel Case o n the Penn. C
ontinental Line during the American Revolutio n. Although it has not b
n proven, it is widely accepte d heis the same Giles and the Nathaniel C
ase was Samuel C ase's father. It is known that Giles and Samuel we
ig hbors in Nelson Co., KY and that they moved as a joint effo rt to
Prebl e Co., OH. There is no record of NathanielBut ler Case in OH.
Giles Davis did serve in the War of 1812 with his son-in-la w and his br
other George Case.
Tax records of Preble Co. show him payingin 1810, 1811 an d 1816 for S1
, T6, R2.
Based on the tax records we know Giles purchased his parce l one year b
efore either Samuel or George.
This property is near both Samuel Case's (S6, T6, R2) and G eorge Davis'
s (S12, T7,R2)
This would leave one[wood.FTW]
Prior to the discovery of the marriage record between Mose s Davis and M
ary Carr it was assumed Giles was Mary's father. This was due to his na
me appearing as such on land re cords in Preble Co. OH after Samuel Cas
s death. I belie ve, with surety, Giles is Moses'sfather and Mary Carr'
s f ather-in-law. Since arriving in Ohio from Kentucky none o f the
neigh bors knew them as anything but father and daugh ter, as they
appeared to remain close.
There is a Giles Davis that served with a Nathaniel Case o n the Penn. C
ontinental Line during the American Revolutio n. Although it has not bee
n proven, it is widely accepte d he is the same Giles and the Nathani
ase was Samuel C ase's father. It is known that Giles and Samuel we
ig hbors in Nelson Co., KY and that they moved as a joint effo rt to
Prebl e Co., OH. There is no record of Nathaniel But ler Case in OH.
Giles Davis did serve in the War of 1812 with his son-in-la w and his br
other George Case.
Tax records of Preble Co. show him paying in 1810, 1811 and 1816 for S1
, T6, R2.
Based on the tax records we know Giles purchased his parce l one year b
efore either Samuel or George.
This property is near both Samuel Case's (S6, T6, R2) and G eorge Davis'
s (S12, T7, R2)
This would leave one 
DAVIS, Giles (I0195)
 
1409 [woodvickers.ged]

SOURCE: Illinois marriage returns, licenses, and records: 1763-1900 
Family F190
 
1410 [woodvickers.ged]

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Family F006
 
1411 [woodvickers.ged]

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Family F074
 
1412 [woodvickers.ged]

[JosephWood61202.ged]
A List of Taxebles & Taxeble Property in Captn. Rea's District for the
year of 1813 shows Joseph Wood with 50 acres. See image in scrapbook.
The auction of goods left by Joseph Forehand, dated early 1808, sold to
Joseph1 shade worth 9 pence. Also, there was two items sold to William
Wood although the connection between Josep h and William is uncle
this revision indication are father and son as shown.
http://www.geocities.com/heartland/plains/6598/pasquotank-wills.htm
Transcribed from the Original
Located in the State Archives, Raleigh, NC
By Ben Askew,Jr
I have come across photos from Amos Wood, Sr's family, in McLean Co.,
IL. There are striking resemblences to the Joseph Wood lineage. One of
his decendents is the exact imageof my older brother Mark Wood. Is
there a connection. Perhaps we will knowby the next revision of the
Wood Family book.
The 1790 Census shows two Wood families in the Edington District. I am
unsure what District Joseph, William or Thomas was residing in at the
time.
1790 census
North Carolina Pasquotank County
Edington District
This census is from Microcopy No. T-498 Roll 2
1st # free white males 16 year upwards and head of families
2nd # free white males under 16 years
3rd # free white females and head of families
4th # all other free persons
5th # slaves
This census is from Microcopy No. T-498 Roll 2
Wood, Thomas, 1,2,5,0,0
Wood, Evan, 1,0,2,0,0 
WOOD, Joseph (I0066)
 
1413 [woodvickers.ged]

[JosephWood61202.ged]
Non-contageous Spinal Meningitis 
RICHARDSON, Arthur Leroy (I0759)
 
1414 [woodvickers.ged]

[JosephWood61202.ged]
[1397633.GED]
buried Bellflower Cemmetery Bellflower Il 
CARBAUGH, William B (I0794)
 
1415 [woodvickers.ged]
Name Inscribed on Miner's Memorial in AR

(From John Dill)
There is also a photo on the inside back cover of the Key magazine (South Sebastian County Historical Society) Summer of 1977. It is a photo of Mine No. 6 after the structures over the mine entrance, the tipple (where the coal was loaded into rail cars) and other structures burned. The caption is:

"Explosion at Central No. 6 between Prairie Creek and Huntington. The part shown is the shaker, note the coal car, nothing left but the frame. Charley Vickers and a German named Qwass? were killed. Both were shot firemen."
 
VICKERS, Charley Clinton (I0056)
 
1416 {Notes from Edwina Moody}

Ruthie Mae French was born on 16 December 1927 at Carnegie, Caddo, Oklahoma. Her first memory was of being in the back of her father's car on a bed with chicken pox. She was told not to raise the blinds while her father, Claude Monteville French and her mother, Rillie Mae Ewing were working in an onion field in the state of Texas at the time. Another memory was of bringing in a cotton plant inside their tent to use as a Christmas tree. They made ornaments out of can lids in the shape of stars and cirlces and such. Another Christmas, my mother remembered working hard along side her family so that they would have a nice Christmas. All she wanted that year was a baby doll. Come the time to purchase their Christmas things, her parents decided to use some of their money to help a less fortunate family and bought my mother a much smaller doll than what she was expecting and less for their dinner. This upset my mother greatly, after all, she had worked hard that year. She picked the itty bitty tree
Ruthie did many things throughout her life. She did burlesque (Stripper) to support my brother when he was small. I remember fondly, her working for Lane Bryant at the Arden Fair Mall in Sacramento when I was quite young. She also worked as a maid, night auditor and desk clerk, and a telephone operator. She taught me how to work an old fashioned phone system that used a red and a black cable to connect persons to either other rooms or to the outside. I was also trained how to make long distance calls using this system.
While visiting a cousin, we found out that Ruthie had an older half brother by the name of C. Hiram Hurd. He is supposed to have been a teacher in Oklahoma. I have a picture of him. We have tried several times to locate him but, have been unsuccessful.

Buried with her mother in Eloy Memorial Park, Maricopa Co., AZ

Seal to Parents: @I2791@ 
FRENCH, Ruthie Mae (I35478112)
 
1417 ||as a farmer||as a plasterer STICKEL, Barbara (I35480737)
 
1418 ||as a hospital nurse STICKLE, Frances Isadore (I35480768)
 
1419 ||as a physician||as a Methodist Episcopal Church clergyman METCALF, Sarah F. (I35480763)
 
1420 ||as a school teacher PIATT, Annabelle A. (I35480728)
 
1421 ||in school STICKEL, Walter Leroy (I35480389)
 
1422 ||in school||as a servant BOWMAN, Florence Harriet (I35478562)
 
1423 ||in school||as retail grocery merchant||as a grocery deliveryman STICKEL, Annabelle (I35480885)
 

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