Martha (Unknown)1

F, ID# 2431, (a 1737 - )
     Martha (Unknown) was born a 1737. She married William M. Richardson, son of John Richardson and (1st wife of John Richardson) (Unknown), a 1757.

Citations

  1. [S13] Rebecca White Research.

Molly (Unknown)1

F, ID# 2432, (a 1739 - )
     Molly (Unknown) was born a 1739. She married John M. Richardson, son of John Richardson and (1st wife of John Richardson) (Unknown), a 1759.

Citations

  1. [S13] Rebecca White Research.

Nancy (Unknown)1

F, ID# 2433, (a 1745 - )
     Nancy (Unknown) was born a 1745. She married Robert Martin Richardson, son of John Richardson and Mary Martin, a 1765.

Citations

  1. [S13] Rebecca White Research.

John Goss1

M, ID# 2434, (1775 - 1838)
     John Goss was born in 1775. He married Jane Walker, daughter of COL James Walker I and Sarah Jane Ware, on 30 Aug 1808. John Goss died in 1838.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Fanny Walker1

F, ID# 2435, (16 Jun 1780 - c 1844)
Father:COL James Walker I (5 Apr 1726 - 18 Dec 1801)
Mother:Sarah Jane Ware (31 Jan 1739/0 - 14 Oct 1819)
     Fanny Walker was born on 16 Jun 1780. She was the daughter of COL James Walker I and Sarah Jane Ware. Fanny Walker died c 1844.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Diana Ware Walker1

F, ID# 2436, (21 Aug 1777 - 31 Mar 1814)
Father:COL James Walker I (5 Apr 1726 - 18 Dec 1801)
Mother:Sarah Jane Ware (31 Jan 1739/0 - 14 Oct 1819)
     Diana Ware Walker was born on 21 Aug 1777. She was the daughter of COL James Walker I and Sarah Jane Ware. Diana Ware Walker died on 31 Mar 1814 at age 36.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Benjamin Walker1

M, ID# 2437, (27 Sep 1797 - )
Father:CPT John 'Jack' Walker (20 Aug 1773 - 27 Jul 1838)
Mother:Judith Wood (b 1778 - Oct 1814)
     Benjamin Walker was born on 27 Sep 1797. He was the son of CPT John 'Jack' Walker and Judith Wood. Benjamin Walker married Betsy Henshaw a 1822. Benjamin Walker married Fannie Blackwell a 1825.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Betsy Henshaw1

F, ID# 2438, (a 1798 - )
     Betsy Henshaw was born a 1798. She married Benjamin Walker, son of CPT John 'Jack' Walker and Judith Wood, a 1822.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Fannie Blackwell1

F, ID# 2439, (a 1805 - )
     Fannie Blackwell was born a 1805. She married Benjamin Walker, son of CPT John 'Jack' Walker and Judith Wood, a 1825.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Joseph Walker1

M, ID# 2440, (a 1804 - )
Father:CPT John 'Jack' Walker (20 Aug 1773 - 27 Jul 1838)
Mother:Judith Wood (b 1778 - Oct 1814)
     Joseph Walker was born a 1804. He was the son of CPT John 'Jack' Walker and Judith Wood. Joseph Walker married Henriella Taliaferro a 1829.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Henriella Taliaferro1

F, ID# 2441, (a 1809 - )
     Henriella Taliaferro was born a 1809. She married Joseph Walker, son of CPT John 'Jack' Walker and Judith Wood, a 1829.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

John Scott Walker1

M, ID# 2442, (14 Jul 1809 - 18 Feb 1893)
Father:CPT John 'Jack' Walker (20 Aug 1773 - 27 Jul 1838)
Mother:Judith Wood (b 1778 - Oct 1814)
     John Scott Walker was born on 14 Jul 1809. He was the son of CPT John 'Jack' Walker and Judith Wood. John Scott Walker married Susan Herndon Stringfellow on 18 Dec 1828. John Scott Walker married Mary Clark in 1873. John Scott Walker died on 18 Feb 1893 at age 83.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Susan Herndon Stringfellow1

F, ID# 2443, (1 Apr 1809 - 23 Sep 1867)
     Susan Herndon Stringfellow was born on 1 Apr 1809. She married John Scott Walker, son of CPT John 'Jack' Walker and Judith Wood, on 18 Dec 1828. Susan Herndon Stringfellow died on 23 Sep 1867 at age 58.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Mary Clark1

F, ID# 2444, (a 1853 - )
     Mary Clark was born a 1853. She married John Scott Walker, son of CPT John 'Jack' Walker and Judith Wood, in 1873.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Anne S. Eliason1

F, ID# 2445, (a 1820 - )
     Anne S. Eliason was born a 1820. She married James Wood Walker, son of CPT John 'Jack' Walker and Judith Wood, in 1840.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Fannie Brownley1

F, ID# 2446, (a 1831 - )
     Fannie Brownley was born a 1831. She married James Wood Walker, son of CPT John 'Jack' Walker and Judith Wood, in 1851.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Lucy Walker1

F, ID# 2447, (a 1800 - )
Father:CPT John 'Jack' Walker (20 Aug 1773 - 27 Jul 1838)
Mother:Judith Wood (b 1778 - Oct 1814)
     Lucy Walker was born a 1800. She was the daughter of CPT John 'Jack' Walker and Judith Wood. Lucy Walker married James Henshaw a 1820. Lucy Walker died at 'Woodlawn', Madison Co, Virginia.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

James Henshaw1

M, ID# 2448, (a 1795 - )
     James Henshaw was born a 1795. He married Lucy Walker, daughter of CPT John 'Jack' Walker and Judith Wood, a 1820. James Henshaw was buried at Kentucky.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Sarah Ware Walker1

F, ID# 2449, (a 1802 - )
Father:CPT John 'Jack' Walker (20 Aug 1773 - 27 Jul 1838)
Mother:Judith Wood (b 1778 - Oct 1814)
     Sarah Ware Walker was born a 1802. She was the daughter of CPT John 'Jack' Walker and Judith Wood. Sarah Ware Walker married Dr Alexander Spotswood Taliaferro a 1822.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Dr Alexander Spotswood Taliaferro1

M, ID# 2450, (a 1797 - )
     Dr Alexander Spotswood Taliaferro was born a 1797. He married Sarah Ware Walker, daughter of CPT John 'Jack' Walker and Judith Wood, a 1822.

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Jockebed (Unknown)1

F, ID# 2451, (a 1658 - )
     Jockebed (Unknown) was born a 1658. She married COL William Daniel I a 1678.

Child of Jockebed (Unknown) and COL William Daniel I

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Joseph Wood I1,2,3,4

M, ID# 2452, (a 1725 - c 1815)
Charts:Benjamin Tappan August lineage
     Joseph Wood I was born a 1725. He married Elizabeth Scott, daughter of John Scott and Elizabeth (Unknown), a 1750 at Virginia. Joseph Wood I died c 1815 at Bromfield Parish, Culpeper Co, Virginia. His estate was probated at Culpeper Co, Virginia.
      Joseph Wood I witnessed a deed in 1745 from John Terrill of Edgecomb Co, NC to John Scott of Caroline Co, VA for land on the north bank of the Rapidan River, in the area where Francis Madison later had his plantation; this Joseph Wood is most likely our ancestor because John Scott, one of our ancestors, was his father-in-law. Joseph owned land in Culpepper Co, VA along the Rapidan River in the 1750s.

A Joseph Wood was a justice of the peace and may have also served on the Culpeper Co Committee of Safety to make executive decisions in 1775. This Joseph Wood was one of the sixteen justices of Culpeper Co who signed a protest to Governor Fauquier on 21 Oct 1765 against the Stamp Act, after which the justices resigned their commissions.

In Orange Co, VA Joseph deeded land 3 Aug 1771 to Adam Ahart and 27 Jun 1771 to John Burton the same year he was residing in Bromfield Parish, Culpeper Co, VA (Orange Co, VA Deed Abstracts 1759-1778, pg 130, 132, 134.) In 1778 Joseph and his wife gave their widowed daughter-in-law Mary and her three children land from the corner of Barbour Scott and Joseph Wood's land in Culpepper County (Book I, page 92.) Joseph sold his land in Bromfield Parish to Peter Rucker on 27 Aug 1783 (Orange Co, VA Deed Abstracts 1778-1786, pg 56.) In 1785 he acquired an adjacent tract of land from the Walker family. A few days before his death Joseph deeded his son Thomas 94 acres of Culpepper Co land adjoining his and James Walker's land purchased on 24 June 1791 from the Grymes family.

Joseph's will provided his wife Elizabeth one-third of the stock and of the plantation tools, and support for her and her five negroes, including stock, 2 horses, 7 cows, grain, a desk and bookcase, cart, table, bed, 19 chairs, and pewter dishes. Slaves were left to his son Joseph, son Thomas, daughter Patty "Polly" Alcock wife of John, deceased son John Scott, son-in-law William Hill -- husband of his deceased daughter Jane, daughter Lucy Wattson(?) and his granddaughter Patty Wattson(?) (Will Book D, page 22, 1791/Inventory, Book D, page 41, 1792/Inventory, Book G, page 146.) His wife Elizabeth died circa 1803 (Orange Co, VA Deed Abstracts 1778-1786, pg 83; Madison Co, VA Deed Abstracts 1793-1804, pg 133,136.)

The Wood, Bell, Scott, Madison, Alcock and Walker families were intertwined through several generations by intricate marital ties and through complex land sales. These ties reinforced connections not only within the immediate Orange County area, but extended through other Virginia counties. Well-sourced data from the online Montpelier - Madison Family Genealogy is included with these lines. The genealogical ties described above hint at the multifarious connections among these Virginia families.

The parents of Joseph Wood are unknown. A James Wood, Gentleman, produced in court a Nov 1734 commission from the president and masters of William and Mary College to be Orange Co surveyor. Research on the Wood and Scott families was done in the Virginia Archives, Richmond, VA in 1991. In 2014 ancestry.com had immigration records of several John Scott immigrants all going to Maryland: in 1721 a white Jacobite slave; in 1737 a possible bonded convict; 1735 and 1755 two settlers buying land and/or settling in the state.

Alice Gedge's detailed sources:
"The Scott Family of Orange County," by Paul H. Scott, "Genealogies of Virginia Families" Vol. IV (1938; rpt. "Virginia Genealogies #2, 1600s-1800s," MyFamily.com, 10 May 2007) p.363-364. Cites:
(a) Walker family records in possession of Mrs. Lee Taliaferro of Madison Co., VA.
(b) "Abstracts of Culpeper County, Virginia, Court Records, 1763-1764."

Children of Joseph Wood I and Elizabeth Scott

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.
  2. [S1] "Virginia Winslett Research."
  3. [S438] Montpelier: Madison Family Genealogy.
  4. [S9] "Davidson Family History."

Elizabeth Scott1,2,3,4,5

F, ID# 2453, (1736 - c 1803)
Father:John Scott (c 1695 - 1765)
Mother:Elizabeth (Unknown) (a 1716 - 1791)
Charts:Benjamin Tappan August lineage
     Elizabeth Scott was born in 1736 at Virginia. She was the daughter of John Scott and Elizabeth (Unknown). Elizabeth Scott married Joseph Wood I a 1750 at Virginia. Elizabeth Scott died c 1803 at Bromfield Parish, Orange Co, Virginia.
      Elizabeth Scott's father married both Jane Todd (1699-1731) and Elizabeth (last name unknown.) The majority of people posting ancestry.com trees depicted Elizabeth Scott as the daughter of Jane Todd, which links to an illustrious heritage, something that usually does not prove true when doing research in origina, primary records. Reputable resources appear to agree Elizabeth (LNU) was the mother of Elizabeth Scott; these sources include the Scott Family of Orange Co, VA by Paul Scott 1938; the W. W. Scott Bible; and the Thomas Macon Bible, all of which were sources used by Alice Gedge at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=adgedge&id=I44053. Thus Elizabeth Scott has been aligned to Elizabeth as her mother; the concern this raises is Elizabeth Scott would have been as young as age 16, which is possible, at her marriage.

Check the 28 Jun 1798 Culpeper Co, VA agreement between Elizabeth Scott and Thomas Wood in Deed Book 2, pgs 186 and 188.

Alice Gedge's detailed sources:
"The Scott Family of Orange County," by Paul H. Scott, "Genealogies of Virginia Families" Vol. IV (1938; rpt. "Virginia Genealogies #2, 1600s-1800s," MyFamily.com, 10 May 2007) p.363-364. Cites:
(a) Bible of W. W. Scott of Gordonsville, VA.
(b) Walker family records in possession of Mrs. Lee Taliaferro of Madison Co, VA.
The Scott Family Bible record 1737-1930 is in the Bible Records collection 34106 at the Library of Virginia.

Children of Elizabeth Scott and Joseph Wood I

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.
  2. [S175] Craig Scott Research.
  3. [S10] Unsourced Data.
  4. [S438] Montpelier: Madison Family Genealogy.
  5. [S9] "Davidson Family History."

John Scott1,2,3,4,5,6

M, ID# 2454, (c 1695 - 1765)
Charts:Benjamin Tappan August lineage
     John Scott was born c 1695. He married Jane Todd, daughter of CPT Thomas Todd II and Elizabeth Bernard, in 1716 at Isle of Wight, Isle of Wight Co, Virginia. John Scott married Elizabeth (Unknown) in 1736. John Scott died in 1765 at Caroline Co, Virginia. He was buried at Culpeper Co, Virginia. His estate was probated on 14 Feb 1765 at Caroline Co, Virginia.
      According to the W. W. Scott Family bible notes, there is a family tradition three Scott brothers came from England or Scotland to America. Two of the brothers including John Scott came from what is now Dinwiddie Co, VA (and was then Prince George Co) to a part of Spotsylvania Co, which became Orange Co, VA. John was one of the first settlers in the Southwest Mountains. John's birth being in Scotland and data on his children James, Mildred and Catherine by Jane Todd are according to a detailed but unverified Cassedy ancestry.com family tree by cpjenkins1.

The 1704 Quit Rent Rolls for Prince George Co, VA, which at that time included Dinwiddie Co, listed a Jno Scott assessed with 300 acres.

On 10 Sep 1727 our ancestor John Scott witnessed a deed from Col James Taylor to Joseph Roberts in Spotsylvania Co, VA. In 1716 John had married Jane Todd, and almost a decade later on 12 May 1727 John witnessed a deed from William Todd, likely his brother-in-law, to John Minor for 328 acres lying at the Little Mountains, Spotsylvania Co, VA. William Todd was a member of the Knights of the Golden Horseshoe and one of the original patentees in the area. On 1 Oct 1729 John, living then in Spotsylvania Co, had a survey made of 1,000 acres of his brother-in-law Col William Todd's land in Spottsylvania Co, VA (later part of Orange Co) he wanted to purchase. The 1,000 acres was part of a greater tract granted to Todd on the south side of Thomas Chew's Mill Creek at the Little Mountains in St George's Parish. In Mar 1730 Todd of King and Queen Co, VA sold John, for $.50 per acre, that 1,000 acres with Robert Brook, James Barbour and Lucy Todd, likely William Todd's sister, as witnesses. On this property John built his home, which he called "Clifton." The Clifton property adjoined and lay directly south of land patented by the Madison and Chew families.

James and Jane Sparkes deeded to "John Scott, Gentleman," all parties from St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania Co, VA, 1,000 acres on the north side of the Rappidan River, St. George's Parish on 1 Sep 1730; this was the Walker tract in Madison Co. After his wife Jane died in 1731, John appears so little in Orange Co records that he likely left his estate in Orange and returned to Caroline Co, VA. On 6 Mar 1732/3 "John Scott, Gentleman" having been summoned to be a Spotsylvania Co justice refused because it was so inconvenient to attend from where he lived.

John acquired land on 26 May 1737 adjoining the large Madison and Chew patent in Orange Co, VA (Orange Co Deed Books 1 & 2 (1735-1738, 1735 Judgements, pg 30.) John appeared on the 1739 Orange Co tax list and then moved back to Caroline Co, VA before 1745 when he was noted as buying land on the north bank of the Rapidan River where Francis Madison later had his plantation. On 14 Mar 1745 John Terrill of Edgecombe Co, NC deeded to John Scott, Gentleman, of St. Margaret's Parish, Caroline Co, VA, 400 acres on the north side of the the first fork of the Rapidan River adjoining lands of John Scott and Col John Grymes. John Scott owned land on the north side of the Rappadan River in St. Mark Parish, Culpepper Co, VA in 1730, which in the mid 1750s he deeded to his daughter and son-in-law Elizabeth and Joseph Wood.

On 19 Dec 1752 John deeded part of the Orange Co Clifton property to his son Johnny Scott. In part it read: John Scott of Caroline Co, VA, Gentleman, deeded to Johnny Scott of Orange Co, VA, planter, in consideration of natural love and affection, 600 acres, being part of a tract of land whereon Johnny lived, lying at the Southwest Mountains on the branches of the Pamunkey River and formerly purchased of Col William Todd adjoining the lands of Chew and Mrs. Lucy Gordon, reserving 1/2 acre for a burying ground. This 600 acres included his house "Clifton" and 1/2 acre cemetery where John's wife Jane was buried. Thomas White Sr. and Jr. mortgaged Orange Co, VA land on 23 Jan 1755 to John Scott of Caroline Co, VA, Gentleman, which was witnessed by sons Thomas and Scott and son-in-law Joseph Wood.

The will of John Scott, Gentleman, was presented at Caroline Co, VA court on 14 Feb 1765 by his sons Thomas and Johnny Scott, executors and proven by oaths of Charles and William Goodall (Culpeper Co, VA Book Q, pg 408.) The will itself along with most of the older Caroline Co records was destroyed during the Civil War.

Alice Gedge's detailed sources:
(1) "The Scott Family of Orange County," by Paul H. Scott, in "Genealogies of Virginia Families from the William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine" Vol. IV (1938; rpt. "Virginia Genealogies #2, 1600s-1800s," MyFamily.com, 10 May 2007) p. 355-362 and (Neville-Terrill) by Judith McGhan (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc, 1982), p.364. "The Scott Family of Orange County" cites:
(a) Plat map in possession of Capt. Philip H. Scott, Gordonsville, VA.
(b) Crozier's "Virginia County Records," 1:100, 107, 113, 120, 514.
(c) Bible of William Wallace "W. W." Scott of Gordonsville, VA, dated 6 Sep 1896. William Wallace Scott was the 2nd great-grandson of Capt. John Scott of Clifton, the son-in-law of Col. John Willis, and by marriage was the 2nd great-nephew of James Madison, Jr. Bible is in the Library of Virginia and is 25 pages: http://lva1.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/F/CAVMJTL8NCD72FG8BJEFR2DP1BREBXHF1523S1QPQRP16L7V6R-49764?func=full-set-set&set_number=000616&set_entry=000206&format=999.
(d) Spotsylvania Co., VA Order Bk 1730-1738, p.192.
(e) Orange Co., VA Deed Bk 10, p.443.
(f) Orange Co., VA Deed Bk 12, p.124.
(g) Caroline Co., VA Order Bk 1764-1765, p.333.
In the Library of Virginia:
(1) Scott Family. Six leaves, photostat. Orange County, VA 1808-1904. Bible printed in 1859. Other surnames mentioned: Barhur, Burdin, Graves, Nalle, Terrell, Williams and Willis. No. 34105.
(2) Scott Family. Four leaves, photostat. Orange County, VA 1793-1862. Bible printed in 1815. Other surnames mentioned: Nalle. No. 34107.
(3) Scott Family. 5 leaves, photostat and photocopy. Orange County, VA 1737-1930. Bible printed in 1868. Other surnames mentioned: Barbour, Bouton, Macon, Madison, Richardson, Slaughter, Terrell, Throckmorton, Todd, and Willis. No. 34106.

The Scott Family Name Research at http://www.themorrisclan.com/GENEALOGY/FAMILY%20STUDIES/SCOTT%20FAMILY%20STUDY.html includes the following added sources, none of which are primary sources:
[S3]. Research by Dr. John F. Vallentine.
[S4]. Genealogical and Historical Notes on [Culpeper?] County, VA. Compiled by Raleigh Travers G___. 1983. Baltimore: Regional Publishing Co.
[S8]. Our Families, Tucker-Scott. By Virginia Tucker Oliver and Jane Young. Revilo Press:Proctor, Arkansas.
[S10]. Genealogies of Virginia Families, from the William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine. Volume IV, Neville-Terrill. Indexed by Judith McGhan. 1982. Baltimore:Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.

Children of John Scott and Jane Todd

Children of John Scott and Elizabeth (Unknown)

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.
  2. [S175] Craig Scott Research.
  3. [S438] Montpelier: Madison Family Genealogy.
  4. [S10] Unsourced Data.
  5. [S9] "Davidson Family History."
  6. [S442] Scott Family Bible 1737-1930.

COL John Scott Wood1,2,3

M, ID# 2455, (a 1752 - c 1778)
Father:Joseph Wood I (a 1725 - c 1815)
Mother:Elizabeth Scott (1736 - c 1803)
     COL John Scott Wood was born a 1752. He was the son of Joseph Wood I and Elizabeth Scott. COL John Scott Wood married Mary Scott a 1772. COL John Scott Wood died c 1778.
      John Scott Wood married his cousin Mary Scott. John may be the John Wood mentioned with a Thomas Wood as being assigned to help clear and maintain a portion of the Blue Ridge Road in Orange Co, VA, which later was subdivided to create Culpepper Co, VA.

John was killed at the battle of Trenton during the Revolutionary War. A Nov 1778 court order to appraise his estate resulted in 3 beds, 4 spinning wheels, 1 chest, 3 tables, tools, pewter, 7 chairs, 10 horses, 28 cattle, 32 hogs, 21 sheep, and 13 slaves for a total of $5087.16.0 (Culpepper Book B, 1780, pg 393.) An executor's account mentions Mrs. Wood, James Walker, his brother Capt Joseph Wood and R. Alcock, likely his brother Joseph's step-father-in-law (Culpepper Book C, 1786, pg 194.)

Children of COL John Scott Wood and Mary Scott

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.
  2. [S1] "Virginia Winslett Research."
  3. [S211] Ann L. Brush Miller, Orange Co, VA Roads.

John Alcock1

M, ID# 2456, (a 1751 - )
     John Alcock was born a 1751.

Child of John Alcock

Citations

  1. [S75] Stephen P. Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall, Deering Davis, Alexandria Houses 1750 - 1830.

Karl Heinrich Ernst Woelfel

M, ID# 2457, (26 Mar 1833 - 1 Nov 1910)
Father:Heinrich Ernst Woelfel (13 Apr 1806 - 14 Jun 1887)
Mother:Johanna Eleonora Damm (a 1813 - )
     Karl Heinrich Ernst Woelfel was born on 26 Mar 1833 at Radeberg, Germany. He was the son of Heinrich Ernst Woelfel and Johanna Eleonora Damm. Karl Heinrich Ernst Woelfel married Maria Louisa John, daughter of Karl Gottfried John and Maria Louisa Werner, on 8 Sep 1871 at Dresden, Sachsen (Saxony), Germany. Karl Heinrich Ernst Woelfel married Klara John, daughter of Karl Gottfried John and Maria Louisa Werner, on 17 Sep 1878 at Neustadt, Dresden, Sachsen (Saxony), Germany. Karl Heinrich Ernst Woelfel died on 1 Nov 1910 at West Dresden, Sachsen (Saxony), Germany, at age 77.
      Karl Heinrich Ernst Woelfel was a music director. Ernst was living at Boehmischestrasse #19, 2nd floor, Dresden when he married Clara who was his neighbor at Boehmischestrasse #18 1st floor.

Ernst was born in Radeberg, a small town northeast of Dresden, with an open uncultivated area with vegetation of heather, gorse and coarse grasses -- between Radeberg and Dresden.

Children of Karl Heinrich Ernst Woelfel and Klara John

Georgia Bell Strong1

F, ID# 2458, (Feb 1889 - )
Father:George Washington "Almon" Strong (5 Nov 1858 - 5 Jul 1934)
Mother:Julia 'Julie' Isabella Winslett (22 Mar 1858 - 18 Nov 1930)
     Georgia Bell Strong was born in Feb 1889 at Alabama. She was the daughter of George Washington "Almon" Strong and Julia 'Julie' Isabella Winslett. Georgia Bell Strong married Cleveland Forrest Riley a 1914.

Citations

  1. [S533] Strong-Smith Family Records.

Albert F. Kizler1,2,3,4

M, ID# 2459, (21 Nov 1887 - 23 Sep 1967)
Father:Johannes Jakob Kizler (26 Aug 1857 - 5 Aug 1947)
Mother:Angelika "Anna" Barbara Hilsenbeck (11 May 1859 - 16 Aug 1906)
     Albert F. Kizler was born on 21 Nov 1887 at Hillsboro, Kansas. He was the son of Johannes Jakob Kizler and Angelika "Anna" Barbara Hilsenbeck. Albert F. Kizler married Elizabeth Chapin on 28 Sep 1921 at San Antonio, Texas. Albert F. Kizler died on 23 Sep 1967 at Houston, Harris Co, Texas, at age 79.
      Albert Kizler is in a picture with the other family members although he was not noted during the interview with Claud Counts as being of this family.

Child of Albert F. Kizler and Elizabeth Chapin

Citations

  1. [S253] Johan Jocob Kizler Family Picture.
  2. [S478] Kizler Family Records.
  3. [S4] Göppingen, GE Church Records.
  4. [S595] Lorene Hilsenbeck Strano Research.

Hannah Borden1

F, ID# 2460, (a 1747 - 1753)
Father:Benjamin Borden II (a 1706 - Apr 1753)
Mother:Magdalena Woods (c 1706 - c 1800)
     Hannah Borden was born a 1747. She was the daughter of Benjamin Borden II and Magdalena Woods. Hannah Borden died in 1753.

Citations

  1. [S76] Mrs. John Russell Sampson (1854- ), Kith and Kin.