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Re: Richard and Annie Wood

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  • jennylu2
    Thanks, Dani. I m aware of it, and it s a great resource, but I submitted my family and Sarah Mary Wood s parents aren t listed yet. Hopefully I ll sort this
    Message 1 of 9 , Apr 10, 2011
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      Thanks, Dani. I'm aware of it, and it's a great resource, but I submitted my family and Sarah Mary Wood's parents aren't listed yet. Hopefully I'll sort this out and update it.

      Thank you for answering my query,

      Carla

      --- In jacksongenealogy@yahoogroups.com, "Danimom" <ddparr@...> wrote:
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      > Hi There - There is a whole Sublett Family Tree and Organization on the Net. Maybe it will give you more information. www.Sublettfamily. Anyway try it. It has lots of name
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      > Dani
      >
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: jennylu2
      > To: jacksongenealogy@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Friday, April 08, 2011 11:51 AM
      > Subject: [jacksongenealogy] Richard and Annie Wood
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      > I have a lot of questions about Jackson County, but I'll limit it for
      > now to the subject of Richard and Annie Wood of Woodville. The only time
      > I've been to Jackson County was passing by on the highway, very
      > reluctantly, under a time constraint. I do plan to come and investigate
      > for myself one day, but, meanwhile, I have to learn what I can from NJ.
      >
      > My maternal GG Mother was Mary Ann Sublett Harrison, b. in Jackson
      > County (I think Coffee Town) on 3/6/1854, the daughter of Joseph (Jud)
      > Sublett and his second wife, Sarah Mary Wood Sublett.
      >
      > Sarah Mary had four children with Jud, and died in 1856, when Mary Ann
      > was 2. I'm trying to determine who her parents were. Did Richard and
      > Annie Wood have any children?
      >
      > Jud Sublett died in 1867, when his daughter was 13, and in the 1870
      > census she is living in Jackson County with her older half sister,
      > Margaret. The 1870 census also shows a John Sublett, who is the right
      > age to be Mary Ann's brother, John, living with a Richard and Annie
      > Woods in Township 6 Range 7 East, with the Post Office listed as
      > William's Store. In this census, Richard and Annie are listed as both
      > being 69, which means they would have been born in 1801 in Tennessee.
      >
      > According to the write up on woodvilleonline.com, the Woodville founders
      > were born : Richard in 1797 and Annie in 1799. Still, that is only 2 or
      > 3 years off from the ones in the census. Perhaps they are the same
      > people, but still not mine.
      >
      > Also, another researcher has the Woods of Woodville listed as having two
      > daughters, Lydia Ann and Sarah, but I don't know if that is accurate. It
      > does give me a bit of hope for the moment, though.
      >
      > Also, where is Fern Cliff, which is referred to in that article on
      > WoodvilleOnline? And how far from Township 6, Range 7 East? I see that
      > Richard sold that property in 1872, and he and Annie died in the 1880's,
      > according to the listing for Mt. Zion Cemetery listed on
      > Al@...
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      > I would surely appreciate any input! Thanks....Carla Hunter Southwick
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